North Castle Town Republican Committee Announces Endorsements for November 5, 2013 General Election
At its meeting on May 22, the North Castle Town Republican Committee endorsed the re-election this fall of Howard Arden as North Castle Town Supervisor. In addition, the Committee endorsed the candidacy of Douglas Martino for North Castle Town Justice and Barbara DiGiacinto for a position on the North Castle Town Board. Also endorsed for re-election was Patricia A. Colombo as North Castle Receiver of Taxes. May 23, 2013
Congresswoman Nita Lowey Announces FEMA Will Pay Higher Share of Sandy Response Costs for New York State, Local Governments
President Obama Approves 90% Reimbursement for Local Governments for Sandy Costs; Local Governments Previously Eligible For Only 75% of Costs
Lowey Letter to President Obama and Direct Call to FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate Urged Higher Reimbursement Rate
Lowey: “This is a victory for communities across New York hit hard by Sandy.” May 23, 2013 More on New York
Historic Vote Gap Soundly Passes School Budget
Byram Hills residents voted on the school budget for the 2013-2014 school year in the sum of $83,812,094. The budget passed with 779 "yes" votes and 234 "no" votes.
"A 76.9% pass rate is the highest pass rate in Byram Hills' budget history," says Superintendent Dr. Bill Donohue.
All three incumbent board members were re-elected and there were no write in votes, says Board of Education President Brett Summers. Robin Glat received 782 votes, Joyce Meiklejohn received 766 votes, and Alban Burke received 763 votes. "I'm privileged to lead the board of such an outstanding District and proud of the overwhelming community support." May 21, 2013. More
Twenty Percent More Homes Sold in the Armonk, Byram Hills Housing Market This Year Compared to Same Time Last Year
Twenty-eight homes sold in the price range from $425,000 to $3,900,000 from January 1, 2013 to April 30, 2013 versus twenty-three homes that sold during the same time period in 2012. May 16, 2013 More on Real Estate
Armonk Library Shines with New Look and Online Program Offerings
The architectural firm of Arcari and lovino, based in Little Ferry, New Jersey, specializes in municipal buildings. The team has just renovated the Armonk Library's second floor, giving it a fresh and new modern look. Phase one of the renovation is almost complete, and all of the library's collection is back. Come in and take a look, invites Library Director Cris Anses. The new space welcomes patrons to the second floor with a new reception desk, reference desk and cabinets. May 15, 2013 More on Library
North Castle PD Collects Six Trash Bags of Rx Drugs
On April 27, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the North Castle Police Department (working in partnership with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)) successfully completed their second annual Prescription Drug Take Back Initiative. Lieutenant Geoffrey Harisch reported that six trash liners full of prescription drugs were collected within four hours. May 13, 2103 More on NCPB
Tony Futia Says The Town's Benefits Hurt the Board's Objectivity
Tony Futia, North Castle's former Sewer and Water Department Superintendent, has always been opinionated, attending Town Board meetings since 1967. Futia has also unsuccessfully run for office, and sued the town over many issues.
Futia's most recent question, posed during the citizen comment portion of the May 8 Town Board meeting, was: "Why are so many people using public offices as an opportunity for self-enrichment instead of for promoting the public interest?" May 9, 2013 More
North Castle Serves Mariani Gardens a Violation Notice
The owner of Mariani Gardens has been issued a written notice of violation for not being in compliance with the local nursery business zoning law. The nursery business zone permits selling nursery and greenhouse stock, nursery accessories, and other small household decorations. Mariani's indoor operation displays and sells items beyond the permitted uses. May 9, 2013 More on Town Business
Why Do You Have Allergies?
Many things cause allergies. There is a genetic predispositon - like there is to most things - and so some people are more likely to develop allergies than others. There is some research suggesting that introducing foods to children too soon can be a trigger. Impaired gut health coupled with over exposure to the same food all the time is another problem. May 8, 2013 More on Susan Blum, MD
Memorial Parade to March Down Armonk's Main Street
This coming Memorial Day, the American Legion, Post 1097, will sponsor a parade, in honor of all the veterans who served in the United States Armed Forces. The parade will take place on Thursday May 30, 2013, at 6:00 p.m. on Main Street, Armonk. If you wish to participate, either email Patrick Burke at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (914) 953-9307.
Following the parade, the American Legion will serve refreshments at the pavilion in back of the hall, where donations will graciously be accepted.
May 15 Joint Work Session to Discuss Banksville Avenue and Mariani's Zoning Amendments
The North Castle Town Board has assumed the task of rezoning 16 properties, located on the northerly side of Banksville Avenue; the properties are part of the hamlet of Banksville that is adjacent to the border of Greenwich, CT. During the April 15 work session, the Town Board and the Planning Board discussed changing the area from GB/General Business District to a newly created district, perhaps labeling it CB-C to represent Central Business C District. May 6, 2013 More
THE GYM of Armonk Offers Sports & Fitness Camp for Summer 2013
For the first time beginning this summer, THE GYM of Armonk is proud to introduce two unique summer camp experiences for community youth: a Sports & Fitness full-day Camp for kids six to nine years of age, and a Basketball Camp for kids age six to sixteen. In addition, a mini camp for three to five-year-olds will be offered in conjunction with the Sports & Fitness Day Camp, providing a fun and active environment @ THE GYM and North Castle Pool & Tennis Club. May 5, 2013 More on Summer 2013
Families and Friends are Invited to the Armonk Lions 39th Annual Fol-De-Rol Country Fair
There’s always something for everyone at the always-popular Fol de Rol: rides; raffles; food vendors; crafts; artwork; pony rides; and many merchandise vendors. The music and entertainment is a welcome addition to the event at the beautiful, shaded setting of Wampus Brook Park. The Armonk Lions don’t charge admission to the event, which is always a hit for kids of all ages. May 3, 2013 More on Parks & Rec
Students See Sustainable Solutions
A trip to Mt. Kisco’s Cabbage Hill Farm and Table Local Market in Bedford Hills gave Byram Hills High School’s environmental science students a tasty lesson in farm-to-table food production, which they have been studying as part of a semester-long elective that addresses topical issues in the environmental and agricultural fields. May 2, 2013 More on Pre K to SAT
Ribbon Campaign Raises Awareness of Mental Illness
The Town Board approved a request from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) for North Castle’s participation in a “Ribbon Campaign.” The initiative includes a display of ribbons to raise awareness of mental illness, said Stamatia Pappas, an Armonk resident and president of the Westchester branch of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). The ribbons will be displayed throughout town during the month of May. May 1, 2013 More on Community
St. NersessExpects to Move to Armonk in mid-2014
April 30, 2013 St. Nersess Armenian Seminary anticipates to move to their new campus on Route 22 in Armonk sometime in mid-2014. Trees have been cleared where the new theological building will be constructed. The new 8,400 square foot, one-story theological center is to include a library and a private chapel on the 5.55 acres of property locate at 486 Bedford Road, Armonk. They are relocating from New Rochelle, where they have been situated since 1978.
Windmill Water System Approval Flows Smoothly
After extended public discussion over the past six months, the fate of Water District #2, comprising all of the Windmill Farm development, was decided by a unanimous resolution at the April 24 meeting of the North Castle Town Board. The Town Board, who serve as the Commissioners of Water District #2, unanimously approved a resolution to send out bids for all the necessary work to reconstruct and improve the entire water system of Windmill Farm. At the April 24 meeting, the Town Board members unanimously approved that Joan Goldberg, Town Administrator and Sal Misiti, Director of Water and Sewer Operations, proceed to get bids for the request for proposal (RFP) to bond the costs, and to request bids for the engineering services to redesign the Windmill Farm water system. The cost of all necessary site work, equipment, apparatus and other improvements is not to exceed $9,640,000. April 26, 2013 More on Windmill
Byram Hills Named One of the Nation’s Best by US News
Byram Hills High School was named one of the nation’s best in U.S. News & World Report’s 2013 “America’s Best High Schools.”
Byram Hills was awarded a “Gold” label, the news magazine’s top honor. Only 500 of the approximately 21,000 public schools evaluated by U.S. News received gold medals. In its individual rankings, U.S. News rated Byram Hills number 39 in New York, and number 251 in the nation. April 26, 2013 More on Education
North Castle Democratic Committee Endorses Linda Trummer-Napolitano for Town Justice
At its monthly meeting on April 9th, the North Castle Town Democratic Committee unanimously endorsed the candidacy of Linda Trummer-Napolitano for North Castle Town Justice. April 26, 2013 More on Election 2013
Brynwood Golf and Country Club Seeks to Build 88 Condos
The Brynwood Golf and Country Club is asking the North Castle Town Board to rezone its property as a country-club community. "Currently, we don't have housing for seniors," says Jeffrey Mendell, one of the principal owners of Brynwood, who has also been a resident of Armonk since 1994. From a planning point of view, he says, the lack of such housing is irresponsible and therefore is his challenge. Because of widespread opposition, Mendell withdrew the club's original plan for 243 housing units and resubmitted a plan with fewer units. "We have redesigned the place for the last time; 88 units is the fewest number of units to be considered, and not one unit less. I'm confident that we will be successful. We are working collaboratively with the Town Board to make this happen by the end of the year, if possible." April 23, 2013 More on Brynwood
The Library is the Recreation Center for the Mind
Technology has changed the library environment. The strategy of the Board of Trustees of North Castle Library is to take advantage of technology as libraries expand from print to digital media.
There is access to reach information 24/7 from North Castle Library's website, with links to the Westchester County Library system. The sites offer links to hundreds of continuing education courses, including access to learn a foreign language online, said President of the Trustees Sean Ryan at a work session with the North Castle Town Board on April 17. More April 22, 2013
The Right to Freedom of Speech
During a recent North Castle Town Board meeting, the Citizen Comment period was cut short by Supervisor Howard Arden. Regardless of the topic of discussion at hand, Citizen Comment is the only time allotted during a public meeting for citizens to speak freely -- or at least that is the intent of the Citizen Comment period. But the action of terminating the meeting, thereby not allowing spoken opinions on topics that may be opposed to the position of Town Board members, is unacceptable. We live in a democratic society in which the first amendment is freedom of speech. How can our elected officials determine what is appropriate for residents to talk about during Citizen Comment? April 18, 2013 More
North Castle Land Development’s Tie to Politics
Legislation on the local level should not be based on political afflictions. Politics and party afflictions should be left at the door at every town board meeting. North Castle has been bipartisan for too many years. April 18, 2013 More on Development
“Empty Bowls” Helps End Hunger
Once again this year, a community event was held to raise funds for local food pantries at the Mount Kisco Interfaith Food Pantry and the Pleasantville Food Pantry.
Lisa Fitzgerald, a prior Wampus Elementary School teacher, runs the Pleasantville Food Pantry. Ms. Fitzgerald said they use the money they make serving soup to purchase food from a major, distributor-food-bank in Elmsford. The Pleasantville Food Pantry feeds about 150 people each month. April 16, 2013 More on People and Places
Judge Lazanksy Refuses to Dismiss Charge Against Kerry Kennedy
North Castle Town Justice Elyse Lazansky of North Castle, wrote in a Decision and Order dated May 21, 2013, "that a dismissal of Kerry Kennedy might appear as bias or favoritism of the Court, leading the public to an intolerable false conclusion that there are two justice systems: one for the rich and powerful, and one for everyone else. The community expects and deserves to see that the law applies equally to all defendants. A defendant's exemplary background does not immunize her from the normal processes of the criminal law." May 24, 2013 More
Preschool Home Tour Brings Community Together
The Byram Hills Preschool Association's (BHPA) home tour on May 17 "was a great way to bring the community together!", said co-chair of the event, Nicole Raffel. The event involved having about 100 participants on a tour of five houses within the district. They were shuttled to each house by a bus to make the tour more "mommy and daddy friendly," according to the other co-chair, Jaclyn Stultz. May 24, 2013 More on Preschool
Family Floral Business Comes to Armonk
Joseph R. Pugni Jr. and Christina Madonia are a brother and sister team in the family business of Joseph Richard Florals. They specialize in the art of floral and event design in a full-service floral shop in Valhalla that opened twenty years ago and recently opened a new division in Armonk. May 23, 2013 More
Byram Hills Science Research Symposium Showcases Work of Over 100 Students
Byram Hills High School will host the 24th Annual Dr. Robert Pavlica Authentic Science Research Symposium on Wednesday, June 5, 2013. The Science Research Program allows students to pursue excellence in areas of original research. This year’s symposium, entitled “Infinite Potential”, showcases research from over one hundred students in the program, highlighting the 23 senior projects. May 22, 2013 More on Education
$35,000 in Homeland Security Funds Allow North White Plains Fire Department to Purchase New Rescue Equipment Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Nita Lowey (D-Westchester/Rockland), the senior Democrat on the House Appropriations Committee, today announced $34,661 in federal funding for the North Castle South Fire District #1 in North Castle. The grant, which is being awarded through the Department of Homeland Security’s Assistance to Firefighters Grant program, will be used to replace aging rescue equipment often used in helping victims of car accidents and other emergencies. May 22, 2013 More
Bobcat Track & Field Team Soar on Home Turf
Byram Hills Track and Field team achieved some excellent results at the County Meet at Byram Hills High School on Saturday May 18, said Coach Greg Govan. The team set one new school record, won one gold medal, two silver medals and one bronze. See the results here.
The next meet for the team is the Class B Championship, at Pearl River High School on Saturday May 25.
Assemblyman Buchwald’s Bill Passes to Give Utility Customers A Stronger Voice Bill Inspired By Duration of Sandy Power Outages
Assemblyman David Buchwald (D-Westchester) announced that his bill, which would help ensure that customers are given a stronger voice to formally complain about power outages, has passed the New York State Assembly. May 21, 2013 More on New York
Congresswoman Nita Lowey Honors Ten Westchester County Students For Admission to Nation’s Service Academies
Lowey nominated students for nation’s prestigious service academies
White Plains, NY – At her annual Service Academy Recognition Ceremony on May 13th, Congresswoman Nita Lowey (D-Westchester/Rockland) honored ten Westchester County students for their admission to our nation’s service academies, including the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, the U.S. Naval Academy, the U.S. Air Force Academy and the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy.
“We are all so proud of these promising young people from our community who have answered the call to serve,” said Congresswoman Lowey. “I congratulate them and wish them all the best as they begin their education at our nation’s Service Academies.”
The students honored included:
Ben Bailin of Pleasantville. Ben attends Byram Hills High School, and was nominated and accepted to the United States Naval Academy. May 21, 2013 More on People and Places
Media Golf Outing Enjoyed at the Brynwood Golf & Country Club
On Tuesday May 14 Brynwood Golf & Country Club held a media event for around 12 members of the golfing press that included a buffet lunch, a presentation on the proposed future of Brynwood and a round of golf.
Since taking over the club, Troon Prive have made cosmetic changes to the clubhouse’s common areas, which now include the grill with a sports lounge and dining area over looking the course and pool. May 16, 2013 More on Brynwood
Zero Waste Day: An Efficient Operation on a Tight Budget
The members of the North Castle Recycling Committee are the proud recipients of the 2013 Westchester County Earth Day Award for their stellar recycling efforts. Over the past few years, the Recycling Committee has made many improvements to help get the town on board with participating in recycling. In 2009, they originated Zero Waste Day, May 15, 2013 More on Bridges to Community
Brynwood Golf & Country Club’s Popular Junior Golf & Tennis Camp Registration Opens
Brynwood Golf & Country Club has announced the 2013 schedule for its popular annual Junior Golf & Tennis Camps and registration now is open to young athletes ages 7 to 17. May 11, 2013 More on Summer 2013
Girls Track Team Sets New School Records
Going to John Jay High School's Jay Fest meet on Friday evening, the sought-after goal was three-new school records from the girls’ team and they accomplished it! The girls’ shuttle hurdle relay team started the meet off with a new record in the very first event. May 13, 2013 More on Sports
DeCicco’s Family Market is Worth the Wait
Armonk's DeCicco's Family Market will open mid-to-late-June, says John DeCicco, Jr. This will be the fourth store that is owned by the second generation of the DeCicco family; the second-generation family, consisting of two brothers and their cousins, follows the first generation of three brothers. DeCicco's started out in a tiny storefront location in the Bronx in 1972.
Armonk is the eleventh DeCicco’s branch store in Westchester, Rockland and Putnam Counties, collectively. Every store gets better than the last, says John, Jr. They opened a new store in Harrison six months ago. "Every store we open we try to make better than the last one, constantly improving everything. We try to top our previous one." May 10, 2013 More on Downtown Armonk
Armonk Offspring Headed to NFL
R.J. Dill, the twenty-two-year-old grandson of Armonk resident Anita Cozza, was recently drafted as a free agent to the NFL's Jacksonville Jaguars. Standing tall at 6'7" and weighing in at 310 pounds, R.J. sports an impressive size and strength. May 9, 2013 More on Sports
Green Acres Garden Club Plants a Garden Below the Armonk Eagle
The Green Acres Garden Club is overseeing the landscape design and plantings of the Armonk Eagle entry area to town. Be sure to visit and thank The Green Acres Garden Club members at their annual plant sale on Saturday May 11th, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Hergenhan Recreation Center, Armonk. April 25, 2013
The BHHS JV Baseball Team Rose to the Occasion
On Tuesday, May 7, the Byram Hills Junior Varsity Baseball team and its fans raised $50 (through $1 donations) for the Coaches and Umpires versus Cancer Challenge. The JV team took on Fox Lane, resulting in a first-time-ever victory, with a score of 10-4. May 8, 2013
The Armonk Players present PARALLEL LIVES. The comedy takes a look at the human condition from a feminist perspective. The story deals with gender issues, women's choices, but is also a man-friendly show. May 7, 2013 More on Performancing Arts
Armonk of the Past
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Star Kidz Opens in Mt. Kisco to Rave Reviews
The excitement of one of the leading local performing arts programs is coming closer to the Armonk area with the opening of the newest Star Kidz location in Mount Kisco. Star Kidz is a complete performing arts program customized for children from 3 to 17 in weekly sessions specializing in individual attention in a group setting. Classes will be held at the Westchester Ballroom on Radio Circle off Lexington Avenue in Mt Kisco. Free trial classes will be held later in May and programs for all ages will begin in September. May 6, 2013 More
"Pre-Columbian Remix" Shown at The Neuberger Museum
The exhibits at the Neuberger Museum of Art at Purchase College display contemporized artifacts of “Pre-Colombian Remix." The exhibits include work from artists such as Nadín Ospina, Enrique Chagoya, Demián Flores, and Rubén Ortiz-Torres.
Nadín Ospina infuses old ideas with new concepts to recreate his own version of history. His work carefully sculpts from ancient Colombian elements into current pop-culture elements. May 4, 2013 More on Gallery
The Byram Hills Education Foundation Presents “The Future is NOW” 2013 Spring Gala
The Byram Hills Education Foundation (BHEF) announced that its 2013 Gala, “TheFuture is NOW,” will be held on Friday, May 31, 2013, from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. at Brynwood Golf & Country Club in Armonk, NY.
This year’s Gala, which is the Foundation’s primary fundraiser, promises to be a wonderful evening to benefit the children and schools in Byram Hills. May 3, 2013 More on Education
Help Bring Music into the Lives of Children in Need
The Music Conservatory of Westchester is extending an invitation to join them at the 12th annual Golf & Tennis Classic. The event will benefit the Music Conservatory, through need-based scholarships and music therapy programs for children with disabilities. April 29, 2103 More on Performing Arts
Shepsela the Wonder Dog hails from Banksville Road, but her lineage can be traced to the SPCA in Briarcliff. She enjoys sunbathing, hiking at Butler Sanctuary, games of fetch, and savory treats. Don’t be fooled by her good looks – she’s also quite the intellect. Shepsela is in favor of a dog park in Armonk. April 27, 2013
Running for a Good Cause
LaGravinese Jewelers' sponsored Parkinson's Run had a great turnout. Almost forty people ran or walked a range of distances, four miles and less. Young and old came out for a good cause, said Byram Hills graduate Antonella Aceto, who works in the jewelry store on Main Street. Debra LaGravinese's father has Parkinson's disease, and she started raising funds for the Michael Jay Foundation last year.
Debra is an avid runner who holds two fundraising runs yearly; the other race raises funds for the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America. "This year we raised twice as much as last year and hope to raise twice as much next year," said Debra. April 26, 2013
Assemblywoman Amy Paulin Tours Grand Prix’s Green Energy Projects Entertainment Venue Serves as Statewide Example of Energy Conservation
Assemblywoman Amy Paulin, chair of the New York State Energy Committee, recently visited Grand Prix New York (GPNY) as part of her mission to provide New Yorkers with cleaner, more efficient ways to consume energy and make a positive long-term impact. May 16, 2013 More on People and Places
North Castle Pool & Tennis Serves up Summer Fun
The North Castle Pool and Tennis Club features programs such as a swim and dive team, a developmental swim team for the younger ones, stress-relieving, early-bird -lap swimming for the older ones, and swimming and tennis lessons for all ages. The facility is also home to North Castle's Town Camp, which provides endless fun to more than 300 children each day during the summer. May 11, 2013 More on Summer 2013
Support-apalooza at Grand Prix NY Raises Funds & Awareness for Support Connection
Grand Prix New York raised $1,200 for Support Connection – a Yorktown Heights-based not-for-profit organization that provides free, confidential services to people affected by breast and ovarian cancer – at its recent Support-apalooza fundraiser. May 7, 2013 More
Meet the Author….Mary Padilla
Alexander Technique (AT) teacher and local veterinarian Mary Padilla recently sat down to discuss her first book, Free Agent; Learning to Teach by Teaching. The technique itself is a thoughtful means of redistributing muscle tone to ease the excess strain which people unconsciously put on their bodies and minds every day. Dr. Padilla is one of the few people in Westchester nationally certified to teach the Technique. She has given book talks and presentations on AT around Westchester, including libraries and the Music Conservatory of Westchester and she will be speaking tonight, May 6, on this subject at the Mount Pleasant Public Library at 7:30 pm. May 6, 2013 More on Local Authors
Get a “New Look” for Summer
With the summer feel already here, what better time to think about getting that new, fresh look for summer in your home. Out with the old fall and winter decor and in with the new summer feel. Is it hard to accomplish this? Not at all. Most of these ideas are small weekend projects you can do yourself. Let’s take a look at some. May 2, 2103 More on Interior Design
Shield Your Landscape from Tick-Borne Disease with Organics
Warm weather brings with it lots of good things including longer days spent enjoying our yards with our families. Unfortunately, more time spent outdoors also means an increased risk of contracting a tick-borne disease. April 12, 2013 More on Wildlife
Introducing Camp Windmill 2013
Motivated by the success of the Windmill Mini Camp, the Windmill Club is offering an expanded day camp program for kids from ages three to eight. The summer camp is a six-week program, running five days a week from July 8 to August 16, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Children will receive daily, skilled instruction in tennis and swimming, benefiting from the Windmill Club's outstanding facilities and professional staff. Campers will also have fun and learn valuable skills on the beach volleyball court, ball fields, and basketball courts. Arts and crafts, music, dancing, and special guests will round out the day which will include lunch and snacks at the Club's excellent cafe. Open to all children in the community, Camp Windmill encourages the development of friendships and skill building in a safe, fun environment. April 9, 2013 More on Summer 2013
A Road Map for Healthy Living
April 29, 2013 Susan Blum, M.D., M.P.H., says she is grateful to have an amazing group of family, friends and all the others who support her at The Blum Center of Health. Her newly released book, "The Immune System Recovery Plan," is a message of hope, not only for people with autoimmune diseases, but also for everyone who wants help building a healthy immune system; this is something that we all need, said Director of Media & Branding, Dana Epstein. To order a copy online, visit Immuneprogram.com.
Brynwood’s Josh Lowney Recognized by Troon Golf as Golf Professional of the Year
Brynwood Golf & Country Club Director of Operations, Josh Lowney, recently was honored as “Golf Professional of the Year” by the club’s management company, Troon.
Lowney earned this significant distinction for his dedicated commitment to the membership, for his influential role in elevating the quality of the golf experience at Brynwood and for his spirited team leadership in 2012. April 7, 2013 More on Sports and Leisure
What Parents Should Look For in a College Admissions Advisor
Here are some questions to ask yourself of the person who will have an enormous influence on the future of your college-bound student, the one whose future will depend largely on what the advisor recommends:
Will visits be in an office setting or in the comfort of your family home? Will the sessions involve just the student or involve the family? Feb. 7, 2013 More on Education
Meet Interior Designer Beata Buhl
Interior Designer Beata Buhl has always brought a large repertoire of experience and vision to her craft. Currently, she has a successful interior design business in the heart of Westchester County, in Armonk. Beata caters to a wide range of clients in Westchester County, Manhattan, and Connecticut, as well as some areas in Europe. But before settling down in Armonk, she spent most of her life traveling the world and educating herself so she could share her worldly visions and inspiration with her clients. March 4, 2013 More on Interior Design
Coming Soon to Main Street: Douglas Elliman's Marketing and Sales Gallery
Douglas Elliman’s marketing and sales gallery will be opening soon on Main Street in Armonk. “The new space should be ready sometime this summer,” says Armonk Square developer Dominick Dioguardi, adding that Armonk Square is proceeding on schedule. March 14, 2013 More on Real Estate
Sage Yoga Comes Home
Sage Yoga is well known for the energizing, challenging classes many people have attended, but new offerings, such as meditation, restorative yoga, Thai body work, live music, and private yoga will now be available. “We continually inspire each other in new ways to practice,” Co-directors Susan Rubin and Jill Galowitz agreed.
Sage Yoga invites the public to a grand re-opening celebration on March 19th at 7:30 p.m. More on Sports & Leisure March 15, 2013
Bicycle Sundays to Start May 5 on the Bronx River Parkway
One of Westchester's longest-running recreational programs -- Bicycle Sundays -- will resume May 5 for the 2013 season from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 19, 2013 More on Sports & Leisure
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