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FREE YOGA NEXT 3 SATURDAYS AT HARTSDALE FARMER'S MARKET...TZBRIDGE PARK WEBSITE
Release Date: October 24, 2011

BRIDGE PARK HAS A WEBSITE--NYS SCOPING SESSION TOMORROW BETWEEN 4-9 PM

 
http://www.tappanbridgepark.com/
is our new website. We will be promoting our effort to save the old TZ bridge and to turn it into a park (SUBURBAN VERSION OF NYC HIGH LINE). Please visit our site. NYS will hold a scoping hearing on the TZ bridge Tuesday at the Doubletree Hotel in Tarrytown between 4-9 PM to discuss the new TZ bridge. Please attend, speak out and urge NYS officials to turn the old bridge into a suburban version of the high line!The Library now has a Facebook page and Twitter page! 

GREENBURGH LIBRARY NOW ON FACEBOOK AND TWITTER
 The Greenburgh library now is on facebook and twitter. They have iconns that link directly to Facebook and Twitter on the lower left-hand side of our home page (www.greenburghlibrary.org).  Please take a look.  Click on us and give us a "I like". 
Yoga Station, your neighborhood yoga studio, is offering FREE 30 minute yoga classes for the next three Saturdays  AT Desanti Park (across from Starbucks near the farmer's market) to say thank you Hartsdale for your warm welcome!
Yes indeed, for the next three Saturdays (10/29, 11/05, 11/12), join Char Daigle, owner of Yoga Station, at 11:30 a.m. at the Hartsdale Farmers' Market for a thirty minute taste of yoga served up so fresh and hot it will leave you wanting seconds!   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, for we will be practicing rain or shine!  Any questions, please call us at 914-874-6295.
 
Yoga Station, downtown Hartsdale's newest addition, is located at 221 East Hartsdale Avenue, Second Floor, just steps from the Hartsdale Train Station.  They offer drop-in yoga classes for adults and series of yoga classes for children in an open, non-competitive environment.  Please visit their website at www.theyogastation.com.
Paul Feiner

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