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future of central ave meeting monday...candidate signs...work session agenda...fun events
Release Date: November 06, 2010

CENTRAL AVE’S FUTURE---A MEETING WITH THE TOWN BOARD, PLANNING AND ZONING BOARDS, PLANNING DEPARTMENT, COMMERCIAL REALTORS AND PROPERTY OWNERS. MONDAY NIGHT AT 7:30 pm. What action steps should the town take to address the vacancies on Central Ave. These vacancies cost you, the taxpayers dollars. The vacancies cause certiorari’s—less taxes to the school district, fire district and town governments. Your input at this meeting is welcome and appreciated.
 
SHOULD THE TOWN REQUIRE ALL CANDIDATES TO POST A BOND WITH THE TOWN IF THEY ARE GOING TO PLACE CAMPAIGN SIGNS AROUND THE TOWN AND SHOULD CANDIDATES BE REQUIRED TO REMOVE SIGNS WITHIN FIVE DAYS AFTER AN ELECTION IS HELD? (BOND WOULDN’T BE RETURNED IF ALL THE SIGNS HAVE NOT BEEN RETURNED? I THINK THE ANSWER IS YES!  To be discussed Tuesday!
 
REMEMBER- VETERANS DAYS I THURSDAY. TOWN CEREMONY AT 1 PM—DESANTI PLAZA, E HARTSDALE AVE
PAUL FEINER
 
 Work Session Agenda of the Greenburgh Town Board
Tuesday – November 9, 2010 – 9:15 AM
(Work Sessions begin at 9:15AM except where schedule changes are made by the Board.)
 
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(All Work Sessions are Televised Live on Cablevision Channel 76, Verizon 35 and are streamed live.   Work Sessions and Town Board Meetings will be aired each Friday, Saturday and Sunday starting at 7:02am and 4:45pm.  Each segment will run for approximately 6 to 7 hours,
depending upon the length of the two meetings.)
           
                                   
09:15 AM         Agenda Review
09:30 AM         Scheduling Budget Review Meetings
09:45 AM         Energy Conservation
10:00 AM         Removing Campaign Signs & Requiring Deposit    
10:15 AM         Motion for Executive Session by
12:00 Noon     Adjourn         
Hastings Friday Night Live:   WWW.RIVERTOWNSGUIDE.COM
Film Festival [link]

James Harmon Community Center, Hastings
Tthe First Hastings Friday Night Live Film Festival. Check the website [link] for screening schedule and details. Anthony da Costa and John Elliott will be performing as a part of Common Ground Downtown [link] @ River Roadhouse, Hastings.
Friday, November 5 & Saturday, November 6 @ 7:30
Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet
Hastings High School Theater
We hope you will all support the efforts of our talented cast as they bring this innovative interpretation of a classic tragedy to our stage for the first time. Dan has put together an energetic, charismatic cast that explores Shakespeare's eloquent look at young love and parental power. We know you will be thrilled by the extraordinary talent of our students.
Friday, November 5 @ 8pm
Anthony da Costa and John Elliott
Common Ground Downtown [link] @ River Roadhouse, Hastings
"Anthony da Costa continues to demonstrate that he is an outstanding writer of unadorned, plain-spoken Americana." - Scott Sheldon, Sing Out! Magazine. NO COVER/SUGGESTED DONATION $15
Friday, November 5 @ 8pm
The Marriage of Voice and Piano
Music Conservatory of Westchester, White Plains [link]
The Music Conservatory of Westchester explores the art of collaboration between voice and piano with a special performance featuring four married faculty artists. Jessica Medoff, soprano, Michael Bunchman, piano, Nils Neubert, tenor, and Yuri Kim, piano. The concert will open with Conservatory vocal students accompanied by student pianists. 7:00pm. $15; $10 students/seniors. Music Conservatory of Westchester, 216 Central Avenue, White Plains. 914-761-3900.
Saturday, November 6 from 8:30am - 2pm
Hastings Farmers Market [link]
Hastings Public Libray Parking Lot

The markets are every Saturday, rain or shine, in the Library Parking Lot. Please park in the Commuter Lot.
Saturday, November 6 @ 10am
18th Century Women's Clothing: A Talk by Barbara DeAngelis
Irvington Library [link]
The Hudson River Patriots Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Irvington Public Library will host a talk and demonstration by Barbara DeAngelis on women's clothing in the 18th Century.  Free. Please phone 914.591.7840 to register.
Saturday, November 6 from 2pm - 3pm
Poetry and Prose
Warner Library, Tarrytown [link]
Westchester Review Poetry and Prose/ Contributors of the Westchester Review magazine will read from their work in the Reading Room of the Library. A reception to meet the authors will follow the readings.
 
November 6 & 7 @ 2pm and November 6 @ 7:30pm
Clocktower Players [link]
Rodgers & Hammerstein's "Cinderella"
(Adult Troup)
Irvington Town Hall Theater [link]
Town Hall Theater sparkles as Artistic Director, Cagle McDonald, brings our entire community together for family theatre at its best - with magical matinee surprises! With the Rodgers & Hammerstein hallmarks of originality, charm and elegance the tale of the glass-slippered gal is as timeless as ever. Adapted for the stage with great warmth and more than a touch of hilarity, the hearts of children and adults alike will soar when the slipper fits. Also November 13 & 14 @ 2pm and November 13 @ 7:30pm.
Saturday, November 6 @ 7:30
Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet
Hastings High School Theater
We hope you will all support the efforts of our talented cast as they bring this innovative interpretation of a classic tragedy to our stage for the first time. Dan has put together an energetic, charismatic cast that explores Shakespeare's eloquent look at young love and parental power. We know you will be thrilled by the extraordinary talent of our students.
 
Sunday, November 7 from 10am - 4pm
Opening Reception:
Brazilian Artist Rene Nescimento [link]

Donald Gallery, South Pres. , Dobbs Ferry [link]
Exhibit November 7 - December 12
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Sunday, November 7 from 2pm - 7pm
Exhibit: Hearth
One year Anniversay Celbration
Human Bodyworks, Hastings [link]
Featuring the work of Arle Sklar-Weinstein, Doug Marouk-Coe, Dawne Clark, Evan Read, Barbara Prisament, Judith Lahn, Jennifer Ladd-Hepburn and Bern Richards.
November 7 @ 2pm
Clocktower Players [link]
Rodgers & Hammerstein's "Cinderella"
(Adult Troup)
Irvington Town Hall Theater [link]
Town Hall Theater sparkles as Artistic Director, Cagle McDonald, brings our entire community together for family theatre at its best - with magical matinee surprises! With the Rodgers & Hammerstein hallmarks of originality, charm and elegance the tale of the glass-slippered gal is as timeless as ever. Adapted for the stage with great warmth and more than a touch of hilarity, the hearts of children and adults alike will soar when the slipper fits. Also November 13 & 14 @ 2pm and November 13 @ 7:30pm.
Sunday, November 7 @ 2pm
Lecture by Acclaimed Historian and Author
Barnet Schecter [link]

Dobbs Ferry Public Library
Presented by the Dobbs Ferry Historical Society. Mr. Schecter [link], will speak about his new book, George Washington’s America; a Biography through His Maps". From his teens until his death, the maps "George Washington purchased and drew were always central to his work ? as surveyor, military leader, private citizen, and statesman. George Washington’s America offers important new insight into Washington’s character and his transformation from private citizen to founding father. Mr. Schecter is also the author of The Devil’s Own Work, which deals with the Civil War draft riots in New York City, and The Battle for New York: the City at the Heart of the American Revolution. All are welcome. Admission is free.
Sunday, November 7 @ 3pm
Author James Kaplan
Hastings Public Library
Talking about his new book “FRANK: THE VOICE”. Did you see the great reviews in the 10/30 Wall Street Journal and the 11/1 New York Times? 478-3307 TO RESERVE A SEAT
Sunday, November 7 from 3pm - 5pm
Lecture & Discussion: Exploring
Ntozake Shange’s  For Colored Girls…

The Arts Exchange, White Plains
First in a two-part series exploring the interior lives of women.  Lecture & Discussion of Shange’s original choreopoem and Tyler Perry’s Film Adaptation – led by Thomasenia Myers, Assoc. Prof. Emerita, Purchase College, SUNY. This program promises to be an intellectually and emotionally enriching experience! Part II of Series – Sunday, December 5, 2010. A Woman’ s Worth – Marianne Williamson. $25. (with reservation by Friday, 10/29). $30.   (after 10/29). Checks only please.  No cash at the door.  Refreshments will be served. Seating is limited.  For further information and reservations – email or 751-1984.
 
 
From the Hudson independent.com website
 Saturday 6

Story Time at the Farm Store: At 11:30 a.m. for children ages 3-6 at Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture in Pocantico Hills. Call 366-6200 or visit www.stonebarnscenter.org.
Composting with Worms: At 1 p.m. learn about worm composting and make a bin to take home at Teatown Lake Reservation in Ossining. Call 762-2912, ext. 110 or visit www.teatown.org.
An Afternoon with Writers from the Westchester Review: A local prose and poetry reading event at 2 p.m. at the Warner Library in Tarrytown. Call 631-7734 or visit www.warnerlibrary.org.
I Dig It!: At 2 p.m. come dig into the prehistoric world at the Greenburgh Nature Center in Scarsdale. Call 723-3470 or visit www.greenburghnaturecenter.org.
“Cinderella”: Performed by the Clocktower Players Adult Troupe at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. at the Irvington Town Hall Theater. Call 591-6602 or visit www.IrvingtonTheater.com. Also Nov. 7 & 14 at 2 p.m., Nov. 10 at 10 a.m., and Nov. 13 at 2 p.m. & 7:30 p.m.
Comedy Night: Ralphie May will perform at 8 p.m. at the Tarrytown Music Hall. Call 877-840-0457 or visit www.tarrytownmusichall.org.
Sunday 7

Ecology Tour: At 1 p.m. naturalist/author Steve Brill will lead a Wild Food and Ecology tour of Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture in Pocantico Hills. Call 366-6200, ext. 151 or visit www.stonebarnscenter.org.
Cooking for Tweens & Teens: At 1 p.m. young people ages 10-16 can learn to prepare gourmet brunch dishes at Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture in Pocantico Hills. Call 366-6200 or visit www.stonebarnscenter.org.
“Rubies in the Sand: Recipes from the Cape Cod Cranberry Bogs”: At 2 p.m. listen to author Bonnie Kavanaugh and taste some of her recipes at Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture in Pocantico Hills. Call 366-6200 or visit www.stonebarnscenter.org.
Concert: At 3 p.m. pianist Yen Yu Chen will perform at the Ossining Public Library as part of the Young Artist Series. Call 941-2416 or visit www.ossininglibrary.org.
Westchester Symphonic Winds: At 3 p.m. the group will perform an all American program at the Tarrytown Music Hall. Call 877-840-0457 or visit www.tarrytownmusichall.org.
Ardsley Garden Club German Dinner: Fundraiser from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Dobbs Ferry Women’s Club, 54 Clinton Ave. Call 693-4328 or 693-0767.
Literary Afternoon: At 4:30 p.m. enjoy readings by poet Julie Sheehan and poet/fiction writer Steven Huff at Hudson Valley Writers’ Center in Sleepy Hollow. Call 332-5953 or visit www.writerscenter.org.
Rarely Seen Cinema: At 5 p.m. Jane Campion’s “Holy Smoke” will be shown at Jacob Burns Film Center in Pleasantville, followed by Q&A with Jonathan Demme. Call 747-5555 or visit www.burnsfilmcenter.org.
Poet of Peace: At 6 p.m. the poet and Pax Christi Coordinator in Haiti Daniel Tillias will speak on “Using Non-Violence to Transform the World” at Immaculate Conception Church in Irvington. Call 591-7480 or e-mail imma...@optonline.net.
other GREAT WEB SITES
www.thehudsonindependent.com <http://www.thehudsonindependent.com> for news and activities.
www.tarrytownpatch <
http://www.tarrytownpatch> . com for more news and activities.
www.scarsdale10583.com
 <http://www.scarsdale10583.com>  news about Edgemont and Hartsdale
www.intervillage.org (non profit adult education programs)
www.volunteer-center.org  (the volunteer center can provide you with hundreds of volunteer opportunities.
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