FREE MUSIC ON E HARTSDALE AVE...NEED FOR POST OFFICE ANNEX ON E HARTSDALE AVE
Release Date: June 18, 2009
SATURDAY’S FREE MUSIC –E HARTSDALE AVENUE FARMERS MARKET SERIES…
Bryan Gordon will be performing at the E. Hartsdale Farmers Market Outdoor Music Series Saturday, June 20th from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM at the E. Hartsdale Train Station.
Bryan Gordon has been an integral member of the Hudson Valley rock music scene since the early 1990's. Bryan's lyrics are both autobiographical and vicarious, but I challenge you to figure out which is which. Unlike most singer/songwriters, Bryan is adept at the triumvirate of performance skills: singing, playing guitar, and songwriting. He isn't afraid to use all the notes in his range, and even some that you didn't think he should be going for! As a songwriter, Bryan's greatest strength is his ability to create a chorus hook that stays in your brain long after you'll left the corner of the bar you discovered him in. Check him out at www.bryangordon.net
Julie Corbalis will be performing at the E. Hartsdale Farmers Market Outdoor Music Series Saturday, June 20th from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM at the E. Hartsdale Train Station.
Julie Corbalis’s most recent CD Old Flames & New Names, released in November 2008, continues to receive positive media and fan attention. This CD has been featured in local NY newspapers, and the tracks “Johnny & June” and “Broadway” have been played on NYC radio stations WHUD (100.7), THE PEAK (107.1), as well as college radio. She was also recently featured in two prominent singer/songwriter showcases at the national venues The Bitter End, NYC, and The Towne Crier in Pawling, NY. Julie has also released two successful indie rock albums with the quartet Jules & the Family. They have toured the North East US and Ontario, Canada, and shared concert bills with global music stars including Colin Hay of Men at Work. Their tracks have been played on public, private, and internet radio throughout the US, Europe and Japan. Check her out at www.juliecorbalis.com..
The musicians who are performing on E Hartsdale Ave are DONATING their time and talent to the town. Please thank them. Town Clerk Judith Beville is organizing the music series –which will run till the end of September.
NEED FOR E HARTSDALE AVE ANNEX—HARTSDALE POST OFFICE
Many senior citizens who reside on E Hartsdale Ave are upset because we lost the annex to the Hartsdale post office –which had been located at Big Top. The store recently closed down. This annex provided senior citizens and disabled residents (who don’t have access to cars) with a convenient way to take advantage of the services offered by the Post Office.
Now that Big Top is out of business – I am asking the Hartsdale Post Office to restore the service –and open up a satellite E Hartsdale Ave post office in another store located on E Hartsdale Ave. Another less expensive (but less preferable alternative) option would be to send a postal service vehicle to the avenue a few times a week (at specific times). This service would also help some of the merchants on E Hartsdale Ave stay in business by attracting more street traffic to the avenue.
I am also writing to our Congressional delegation making this request –and will ask the Town Board to approve a resolution supporting a satellite post office on E Hartsdale Ave.
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