The owners of Maplewood Swim Club plan to sell. An option: single family housing. Discussion tonight at 8 PM.
Students who love to write wanted for kids short story connection
FUTURE OF MAPLEWOOD SWIM CLUB TO BE DISCUSSED TONIGHT AT 8 PM...STUDENT WRITERS WANTED FOR KIDS SHORT STORY CONNECTION. The future of the Maplewood Swim and Tennis Club on W Hartsdale Ave will be discussed at the Town Board work session tonight at 8 PM. We will hear from a developer who would like to build single family homes. Up to 18 homes can be built on the site but it is likely that due to the topography of the land that the numbers will be lower. If you would like to participate in the zoom discussion please e mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Residents had previously opposed an assisted living facility at that location (the applicant has withdrawn their proposal). A link to the zoom discussion will be sent to you shortly before the meeting. Our meetings are streamed live on the town website.
Greenburgh’s Kids Short Story Connection Recruiting Young Writers for their fall series of Zoom Workshops After successfully transitioning to Zoom for their spring and summer 2020 workshops, Greenburgh’s Kids Short Story Connection is gearing up for its fall 2020 session. This series of community-building workshops for young writers 9 – 17 years of age is celebrating its 26th consecutive year. Each of its four, age-appropriate classes will be limited to 10 students so that every participant will have adequate time for writing, reading aloud and peer discussion during every workshop. The six, two-hour workshops will take place over ZOOM on alternate Saturday mornings beginning September 12th and ending November 16th, 2020. Registration is $160 ($135 for Greenburgh residents). The only requirement for registration is the student must LOVE writing! For more information, contact KSSC’s creator and program director Sarah Bracey White at 914-682-1574 or via email at email@example.com. For more information, you also can visit http://greenburghartsandculture.org/kids-short-story-connection.html PAUL FEINER