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Schedule: concert series E Hartsdale Ave..Compost bins/rain barrels at great prices at nature center
Release Date: June 06, 2012
EAST HARTSDALE FARMER’S MARKET CONCERTS THIS SUMMER
The Hartsdale farmer’s market is open on E Hartsdale Ave (DeSanti Plaza)! Town Clerk Judith Beville is organizing free outdoor concerts. Musicians are donating their time. This is the tentative schedule of the concerts. If you are a musician and would like to perform please advise the Town Clerk, Judith Beville by calling her at 993 1504 or e mail her at email@example.com. I hope you will enjoy the concert series and support our local merchants. The concert last Saturday was cancelled due to the bad weather. Please be advised that all our musicians are volunteering their time to the concert series –providing you with great entertainment at no cost to the taxpayers.
June 9th - 11:30 – 12:30: Steve Scholle - Jazz
June 16th: 10:00 – 11:00 and 11:30 – 12:30: Remedy – Contemporary
June 23rd: 11:30 – 12:30: Bill Galanin – Guitar
June 30th: Open – Still seeking musicians
July 7th: 11:30 – 12:30: Di Morgan - Guitar
July 14th: 10:00-11:00 and 11:30-12:30: Igneous Lagond Music
July 21st: 10:00-11:00 and 11:30- 12:30: Remedy
July 28th: 10:00-11:00 and 11:30-12:30: Solar Punch – Jazz, R&B
Aug. 4th : 10:00-11:00 and 11:30-12:30: Deuces Child
Aug. 11th: 10:00-11:00 and 11:30-12:30: Remedy
Compost bins & rain barrels at great prices—limited time
*** Save money ***?
*** Save water and/or save on fertilizer ***?
*** Help the environment ***
?*** Help keep down your water bills and local taxes ***?
Spring is upon us here in the Hudson Valley, which means it’s a great time to start composting and collecting rainwater for your garden!
Groundwork Hudson Valley and Southern Westchester Energy Action Consortium (SWEAC) want to help by sponsoring a Compost Bin and Rain Barrel Sale. Last year, over 150 local residents purchased quality compost bins and rain barrels at very deep discounts. If you don’t have a rain barrel or compost bin, this is the time to order one!
This is a limited-time opportunity to purchase high-quality compost bins and rain barrels at near-wholesale prices: ? ?
Earth Machine Compost Bin $55 (regularly retails for $145)?
Systern Rain Barrel $75 (regularly retails for $125)?
reserve by June 6 for pickup June 9 at the Greenburgh Nature Center
By composting your kitchen and yard waste you will be helping to keep up to 650 lbs of waste per household out of the waste stream per year, thus helping to save municipal hauling costs, minimizing waste and creating a great (free!) fertilizer for your garden!
Clean water is becoming an increasingly scarce resource, especially with the hot summers and recent significant increase in the price of municipal water. As we use more and more water to keep our gardens irrigated, it makes perfect sense to use what nature gives us for free—rainwater free from chlorine and water treatment chemicals to keep our flower beds, container garden and lawns lush during hot spells. Amazingly, a single summer shower can fill up a 55 gallon barrel with rain water your plants will love, instead of causing flooding and river pollution. Why not save some for a sunny day? ?? ?
Pre-ordering is by June 6 for pickup June 9th in Greenburgh (see below for other locations).
Pre-order either online at http://compostbinandrainbarrel2012.eventbrite.com/ or by emailing Lynn Oliva at firstname.lastname@example.org (indicate which products you are reserving and which location/time you will pick up). Products must be pre-ordered by by June 6th for pick-up on June 9th.
The sale will be held rain or shine and payment is due at the time of pick-up by cash or check only at the following locations and times:
Saturday, June 9th at the Eastchester Town Hall parking lot, 40 Mill Rd., Eastchester (9:00 am to 11:30 am) and at Greenburgh Nature Center, 99 Dromore Rd. Scarsdale (1:00 pm to 4 pm).
The compost bins can process up to 650 pounds of household waste a year and will improve soil for garden plants.
The rain barrels, made of 50% recycled plastic materials, hold up to 55 gallons of rainwater which can be used directly in garden watering.