Yorktown Councilman Vishnubhai V. Patel gave me a great idea (he showed me some terrific photos) designing a beautiful floral arrangement of a large american flag for a local park. When I attended today's 3rd annual Veterans Day ceremony at DeSanti Park on E Hartsdale Ave (across from the Hartsdale train station), I thought--wouldn't it be a big boost to the avenue if the side of the park (not the side the musicians perform at during the farmer's market) would have an american flag floral arrangement? We could make the avenue more of a destination point --add more beauty and charm to our hamlet. This would make the memorial day celebration even nicer!
Earlier this year I reached out to a landscaper who expressed interest in donating their services to the town--enhancing DeSanti park with attractive new floral arrangements. The gateway to Greenburgh and Hartsdale should be more beautiful.
I'm hoping that this can be accomplished before the Memorial day celebrations. What do you think? Please e mail me with your thoughts.
Special thanks...to Alan Hochberg, newly re-elected Town Clerk Judith Beville for their efforts organizing the annual Veterans day ceremony. The ceremony was very nice. The turnout is getting better every year. The girl scouts who participated in the ceremony sang beautifully, the General who spoke was inspiring. United States Congresswoman Nita Lowey, State Assemblyman Tom Abinani and Legislator Mary Jane Shimsky honored us with their presence.
PLEASE WATCH the living history interviews with veterans on local public access cable TV --the interviews with local veterans are inspiring and are being broadcast non stop all day today.
Yoga Station, your neighborhood yoga studio, is offering its last FREE 30 minute yoga classes this Saturday to say thank you Hartsdale for your warm welcome!
Tomorrow, Saturday 11/12 please join Char Daigle, owner of Yoga Station, at 11:30 a.m. at the Hartsdale Farmers' Market for a thirty minute taste of yoga...short and sweet! These yoga classes are open to all ages and all levels of experience...all that is required is an adventurous spirit and a sense of humor. Don't forget your hat and gloves! Yoga Station is located at 221 E Hartsdale AVe, Hartsdale. Call 874 6295 for more information. www.theyogastation.com