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May 23rd --save money by becoming energy efficient...library fundraiser (May 21)y
Release Date: May 08, 2012
Save money on cooling and heating costs and learn how to increase the comfort and safety of your home! Come to Greenburgh Town Hall on May 22nd at 7 p.m. to take steps to improve the energy efficiency of your home. Get help filling out a request for a free or low-cost energy survey, learn about Con Ed's programs that save you money, and hear how homeowners have taken steps to save energy and money. What's more, the first 50 people who register and attend will receive a free CFL lightbulb that will save up to $70 in electricity expense over its lifetime. Register for the event at http://renewgreenburgh.org/registrationmay22freehomeenergyworkshop.html
BOOKS & COOKS : MYSTERY EDITION
To benefit the Greenburgh Public Library Foundation
Monday, May 21, 2012
at the Greenburgh Public Library
Best-Selling Author: Andrew Gross, Honorary Author Chair
David DiBari, The Cookery, Honorary Restaurant Chair
FOOD AND BEVERAGE PARTNERS:
42 at the Ritz-Cartlon • Bistro Z at the Doubletree • Caffe Azzuri • Captain Lawrence Brewing Company •The Cookery • Coffee Lab Roasters • The Great American BBQ •Good-Life Gourmet •Mughal Palace • Prospero Winery •Ruth's Chris Steak House •SB&G Grill
Individual Ticket -$135.00
More options available!
Please go to greenburghlibraryfoundation.org or
call 914-747-0519 for information.
This is a great opportunity to help the Library--especially during difficult economic times. The Library Foundation will be using the funds to offset cuts in the library material budget.
if you really want us to raise money for the Library we need you to publicize it and give it your push. So far, I have seen only one mention. This is a tough time and we need to make major dollars on this.
“Housing Action Council will be hosting a free workshop for First-Time Home Buyers with information & education on the home buying process with advice from a non-profit housing counselor, bank representative, and credit experts.
Topics include financial & credit overview, budgeting, savings, grant assistance, pre-approvals, steps in the home buying process and how to choose your team of professionals. RSVP to Housing Action Council 914-332-4144.” Event: May 23rd at White Plains Library, 6- 8 PM.