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4 free CFL light bulbs for you on Tuesday night...you'll save $200
Release Date: May 20, 2012
Save money on cooling and heating costs for your home! Join me at Greenburgh Town Hall this Tuesday, May 22nd at 7 p.m. to learn how. The average home in New York loses about $700 in wasted energy costs every year - learn how to keep those dollars in your wallet and reduce your environmental impact! You will receive 4 free CFLs
for attending (those alone will save you over $200 in energy and replacement costs over their life) rather than the single bulb originally offered. Register here: http://renewgreenburgh.org/registrationmay22freehomeenergyworkshop.html
BOOKS & COOKS The Greenburgh Library Foundation (www.greenburghlibrary foundation.org) is hosting their 3rd annual Books & Cooks fundraiser this Monday evening, May 21st from 6 PM to 9 PM at the Greenburgh Library. The fundraiser for the library is one of the best events of the year. Guests will have an opportunity to meet local authors and purchase books while sampling delicious food prepared by chefs from local restaurants, inspired by mysteries. WARNING: DON’T EAT LUNCH ON MAY 21st IF YOU ARE ATTENDING. Among the food partners at the event: Bistro Z at the Doubletree…Caffe Azzurri..Captain Lawrence Brewing Company…Coffee Labs Roasters…Good Life Gourmet…Harvest on the Hudson…Milonga Wine & Tapas…Mughal Palace…Prospero Winery…42 at the Ritz Carlton Westchester…Ruth Chris Steak House…SB&G Grill at the Sheraton…the Cookery…the Great American BBQ Company. Funds raised will be used to help the library purchase materials.
Greenburgh resident Judy Chriss is the President of the Greenburgh Library Foundation. Ticket price: $135 per person. This is a must attend event if you want to help the library!
The Greenburgh Public Library Foundation hosts the Third Annual Books & Cooks: Mystery Edition. Andrew Gross, Best-Selling Author is the Honorary Author Chair. David DiBari of The Cookery is the Honorary Restaurant Chair.
For more information call 914-747-0519 or visit the Foundation's website www.greenburghlibraryfoundation.org.