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MUSIC SATURDAY 12 NOON TO 12 PM... KICKOFF HARTSDALE FARMER'S MARKET MUSIC
Release Date: June 01, 2017

RIVER ARTS MUSIC TOUR SATURDAY...KICK OFF OF FARMER'S MARKET CONCERT SERIES THIS SATURDAY...TREES FOR TRIB PROGRAM

Enjoy great music.  the RiverArts Music tour takes place this Saturday in the river villages of Greenburgh. Ardsley, Irvington, Dobbs Ferry, Hastings. From 12 noon to 12 AM! A fantastic event for those who enjoy great music!

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Robbie Saltaire will kick off Hartsdale Farmer's market concert series this Saturday morning in front of the Hartsdale train station

 

 

 

 

 

Robbie Saltaire will be the first of many performers at the Hartsdale Farmer's market concert series this Saturday morning, June 3rd, in front of the Hartsdale train station.  The performance is family-friendly, free of charge.

 

 Robbie grew up with an older brother, as well as a whole family who holds an extensive musical background. His father was a songwriter, and his mother was a dancer -- both of whom were salient influences on his musical identity and career. Growing up on rock and roll radio every Sunday night, he has taken a penchant for blues and rockabilly music, citing influence from Bob Dylan, Muddy Waters, Carl Perkins, and Chuck Berry, amongst many others. As an individual deeply committed to promoting social justice, his egalitarian values parade ardently with his music. On his song entitled Women Are the Ones Who Should Rule the World,Robbie laments humankind’s history of chaos when leadership roles are left in the hands of men. While his delivery can be rather tongue-in-cheek at times, the message in his music is far from that. Robbie’s catalog of music can be found on both iTunes and youtube.com.

 

 

 

Aside from writing and performing music, Robbie’s past occupations have involved journalism, corporate training, and teaching, as well as working at the world-renowned original Papaya King at 86th and 3rd Avenue. Now focusing on his music career, he currently resides in the town of Greenburgh with his family, and has been for 25 years.

 

 

 

The forthcoming Concert Series marks the 9 year anniversary since its commencement. The Concert Series will take place on every Saturday from June 3rd to August 26th, from 10am to 1pm.

 

 

Interested in performing at future farmer's market concerts? Contact Town Clerk Judith Beville at 989 1504. or Paul Feiner at pfeiner@greenburghny.com.
 
TREES FOR TRIBS A Program of the Saratoga Tree Nursery Replanting the Streams of New York State
 
TREES FOR TRIBS PROGRAM
In partnership with local volunteers, the Trees for Tribs Program plants trees and shrubs along the tributary streams of New York State to:
• Reduce water pollution
• Reduce erosion and flood damage
• Provide habitat for fish and other wildlife
 
How Does the Program Work?
Trees for Tribs works with regional partners to offer free native trees and shrubs for qualifying streamside planting projects. Program staff may be able to assist with plant selection, designing a planting plan, and other technical assistance to improve the odds of success for your project. Applicants must complete an application, recruit volunteers for planting, and maintain the site after planting is complete. Both public and private sites may qualify, but preference will be given to:
• Projects of local watershed groups, land trusts, and other environmental organizations
• Project sites located in high-profile, public or highly visible areas, such as town parks
 
How Do I Apply? If you own or manage property along a stream, you may qualify for assistance from Trees for Tribs. Visit the NYSDEC webpage to learn more and to download an application:www.dec.ny.gov/animals/77710.html
 
www.dec.ny.gov
a New York State riparian restoration program of the State Tree Nursery at Saratoga
 
 
 
You can also purchase plants from the Saratoga Tree Nursery. Learn more at:www.dec.ny.gov/animals/7127.html
 
CONTACT INFORMATION:
Trees for Tribs Coordinator New York State Department of Environmental Conservation 625 Broadway, Albany, NY 12233-4250 P: 518-402-9405 | F: 518-402-9028 | treesfortribs@dec.ny.gov www.dec.ny.gov
 
 
Should you have any questions regarding this information, please contact Aaron Schmidt, Deputy Commissioner, Department of Community Development and Conservation, at:aschmidt@greenburghny.com.
 
Thank you,
 
Aaron J. Schmidt
Deputy Commissioner
Department of Community Development
and Conservation
 
Town of Greenburgh
177 Hillside Avenue
Greenburgh, NY 10607
Phone: 914-989-1534
 
 
 

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