Enjoy the weekend! Ken Stahn, a community activist from Ardsley, encourages residents to stop by at the Ardsley United Methodist Church for their huge attic sale today and tomorrow from 10 AM to 2 PM.
For more information about other exciting events taking place this weekend and on other weekends visit www.rivertownsguide.com. This online calendar of events is updated frequently. This weekend you can enjoy many fun activities--Bicycle Sundays, lectures, an arts weekend in nearby Yonkers a Kite festival at the Hudson River Museum, a nature walk at Hartsbrook nature preserve in Hartsdale, concerts, choral concerts in Hastings.
COMING SOON----SUMMER! AND OUR POOL
The Anthony Veteran Town Pool, off of Heatherdell Road, will open Sunday May 29th, Memorial Day weekend from 10am to 5:45pm. The pool will be open only during weekends until the weekend of June 21 & 22 and then every day until Labor Day. You can register for the pool 7 days a week at Veteran Park from 10am to 4pm throughout the summer. Or visit out new ONLINE REGISTRATION. Below is a summary of the pool fees. More information can be found on our website www.greenburghny.com/parks.
If you are new to the town and have small children - your kids will love our interactive kiddy pool--with great spray features.
Enjoy the summer.
Residents must present the Town Unicard. Cost of the card is $18.00 for adults and $7.00 for those 2-17 and 60+.
Non seasonal permit cardholders must pay a daily admission fee.
Daily Fee/Twilight Fee (after 4:30pm)
Adults (18-59) $7.00/$5.00
Youth (2-17 yrs.) $5.00/$3.00
Seniors (60yrs. +) $5.00/$3.00
Children (under 2 yrs.) FREE
Adult Guest $9.00/$7.00
Youth Guest $6.00/$4.00
If you reside in the villages you can only use the Veteran town pool if you attend as a guest of a resident of unincorporated Greenburgh. In the 1970s, after the pool was acquired by the town, the New York State Legislature approved a law that only applies to Greenburgh restricting the pool to residents of unincorporated Greenburgh. The law is known as the Finneran law. In recent years Hastings and Dobbs Ferry (which have their own pools) have offered village residents a limited number of permits to use their pool.
As for the new shelter in the pool area we are going to rent for $100 a day plus the renter will pay for the cost for any guests in advance. Renting will be available when there are no planned department activities taking place. There will be a max group of 40 people. We are not advertising heavily yet since we need to work out supervision, availability and setup arrangements. We hope to bring recreational activities to the pavilion but have not finalized plans. I need to work with the park superintendent and pool directors on this.