October 15, 2003 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

Putnam Hospital Center to Announces Next Childbirth Class

The Birthing Center at Putnam Hospital Center has scheduled its next one-day prepared childbirth class for Saturday, November 15th, from 9 am to 5 pm, at the hospital at 670 Stoneleigh Avenue in Carmel. More...

Builders Association Hosts New Residential Code Training Session

The Builders Association of the Hudson Valley Inc. will host a training session on the New York State Residential Code Thursday, October 16 from 1 - 5 pm at the Ramada Inn in Newburgh. More...

Hill-Hold Hosts Pumpkin Festival

Pumpkin painting, pumpkin rolling and guess the weight of the pumpkin will be a few of the attractions at Hill-Hold museum More...

Maintenance Work to Begin on Cold Spring Sewer Plant

Work on the first part of the Cold Spring sewer plant rehabilitation project will begin on Wednesday, October 15th. More...

Alzheimer’s Association Hosts Social Event

The Putnam County point-of-service office of the Hudson Valley/Rockland/Westchester Chapter of the Alzheimer More...

GVAC September Activity Report

The Garrison Volunteer Ambulance Corps responded to 17 calls for September. They were broken down to 13 Medical calls, 2 PIAAs, and 2 Standbys. More...

Philipstown Comprehensive Plan Takes Shape

After two and a half years of community input, fact finding and consensus building Philipstown More...

Take A Hike: Foraging for Fungi in Putnam

The Hudson Highlands Land Trust continues its popular Take A Hike program on Sunday October 26 from 1-3:30, with a mushroom hike led by John Benjamin. More...

Eleanor Roosevelt Legacy Committee Awards Grants to 3 Democratic Women in Putnam and 3 Area Judges

The Eleanor Roosevelt Legacy Committee (ERLC) a non-profit political organization dedicated to electing Democratic women to public office across New York State, has announced the awarding of grants to three female candidates running for local offices More...

Rehabilitation Project to Improve Two Dams in Town of Southeast

NYC DEP Commissioner Christopher O. Ward announced last week that the City has begun a $25 million rehabilitation project affecting the dams at the Bog Brook and East Branch Reservoirs in the Town of Southeast. More...

Hudson River No Discharge Zone Designated on 153-Mile Stretch of Lower Hudson

New York Governor Pataki and U.S. More...

Garrison Volunteer Ambulance Youth Corps Off to Great Start

The GVAC Youth Corps is off to a great start, thanks to the support it received from the community and the Friars at Graymoor. More...

Rave Reviews for Haldane Class of 1953 Fifty-Year Reunion

On Saturday, September 27, 2003, twenty-three classmates from the Haldane class of 1953 assembled at the Plumbush Inn to celebrate the anniversary of their graduation 50 years ago. More...

Planned Parenthood 32nd Annual Tag Sale and Auction

Join the treasure hunt on Oct. 17th, 18th and 19th, at the poolhouse of the historic Lyndhurst Estate, which will be filled with valuable treasures donated in support of Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic. More...

Hospice Care in Westchester and Putnam Celebrates the Tree of Life

As the holiday season approaches, people everywhere are looking forward to sharing special moments with family and friends. This is also a time to reflect and remember loved ones, past and present, who have touched our lives. More...

Putnam Hospital Center Annual Gala Dinner and Ball to be Held on November 22nd

Follow the yellow brick road to the Hilton Rye Town in Rye Brook on Saturday, November 22nd, when Putnam Hospital Center presents "The Emerald City," its annual gala fundraiser. More...

Frank Cabot To Receive the 2003 Henry Francis Du Pont Award

Creator of Stonecrop is Honored for Role in North American Garden and Landscape

Frank Cabot, a visionary gardener described by peers as "the ultimate plant perfectionist," will receive the 2003 Henry Francis du Pont Award presented by Winterthur, An American Country Estate at a ceremony on October 25th.. More...

Thirteenth Annual MS Family Discovery Day

Workshops And Information for People With Multiple Sclerosis and Their Families

The 13th Annual MS Family Discovery Day, hosted by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Southern New York Chapter, will be held on Saturday, October 25th, at the Holiday Inn, 3 Executive Plaza, in Suffern. More...

St. Andrews to Hold Turkey Dinner

St. Andrews Episcopal Church of Brewster will hold its 55th Annual Turkey Dinner on Nov. 1 from 5 pm to 7 pm in the Great Hall of the church located on the corner of Prospect Avenue and Michael Neuner Drive. More...

Senior Menu

Cold Spring Friendship Center - 265-3952
Putnam Valley Friendship Center - 528-2662

Thursday - Soup, pork roast, mashed potatoes, beets, apple sauce. More...

Taconic Postcard Club to View Halloween Cards

The Taconic Postcard Club More...

Hydrant Flush in Cold Spring to Begin This Sunday

The Cold Spring Water Department will be performing a hydrant flush of the distribution system beginning on Sunday, October 19th, at 9 pm, and concluding by the morning of Friday, October 24th, at 5:30 am. More...

Putnam County Humane Society and Little Orphan Animals of Westchester County Stage Concert to Raise Donations

The Putnam County Humane Society and Westchester-based Little Orphan Animals will stage a "Concert For Animal Rescue" in order to raise funds and enhance awareness for the plight of the area More...

Dispute Resolution Center Offers Training

The Dispute Resolution Center of Orange, Putnam, Sullivan and Ulster Counties has announced the schedule for its two Basic Mediation Training Courses beginning the latter part of October. More...

Southeast Museum Plans November Events

On Saturday, November 1st at 2 pm, the Southeast Museum will present Dr. Ellen Gruber Garvey of New Jersey City University. Dr. Garvey will give a lecture entitled American Scrapbook Tradition. More...

Southeast New York Stormwater Conference Being Held in Poughkeepsie

The Lower Hudson Coalition of Conservation Districts, together with the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation - Hudson River Estuary Program and the Hudson Valley Regional Council will be sponsoring the 3rd Annual Southeast New York Stormwater More...

St. Mary’s Hosts Free ‘Enquirers’ Dinners’ to Acquaint Public with the Episcopal Church and Anglicanism

The Episcopal Church of St. Mary-in-the-Highlands stands atop the hill at the center of Cold Spring, its lawn an informal village green, its bells a ringing Sunday fixture and its spire a landmark on the horizon. More...

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