October 26, 2005 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

“The Woodsman” to be Presented at Haldane

Movie on child abuse will be followed by panel discussion

The public is cordially invited to attend a screening of the award-winning movie: The Woodsman. More...

Three Trades Seek Apprentice Applications

State Labor Commissioner Linda Angello has announced that three trades are seeking apprentices for their respective employment trades. More...

Garrison Ambulance Visits St. Philip’s Nursery School

Four-year-old Andy Dupree slowly rose into the air, lying still and prone. Andy was fine; he was helping to demonstrate the effectiveness of a pediatric immobilizer, a stretcher used for carrying children. More...

HV Hospital Hosts Wellness Programs in November

The following is a list of programs offered by the Hudson Valley Hospital Center, either at their main campus in Peekskill or at the Medical Center in Cold Spring. More...

Nuts about Squirrels? Program at Kenridge Farm will Explain

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Local Knights of Columbus Receives Top Award

Loretto Council No. 536 has earned the distinction of Star Council, the international organization More...

Sedlacek Earns Ph.D.

The family of Michael J. Sedlacek is proud to announce the completion of his studies for a Ph.D. in Microbiology. Michael is the son of Jane Sedlacek and the late Joseph J. Sedlacek of Belleview. He is the grandson of Mrs. More...

Restored Buildings in Cold Spring Open With Fanfare, Art and Culture

On Sunday, Oct. 16th several hundred people gathered to celebrate the opening of two new office/art spaces in Cold Spring, at 6 and 8 Marion Avenue behind Elmsco Citgo off of 9D. More...

Southeast Museum Receives Award For Excellence

The Southeast Museum is proud to receive a 2005 Historical Services Award for Excellence given by the Lower Hudson Conference of Historical Agencies & Museums. More...

Westchester Concert Singers Invite Singers to the Messiah

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Producer Corrects Review of Sprang Thang

New her Hudson provides possibilities will the enjoy. More...

43rd Annual Juried Fine Arts Exhibit at Belle Levine Center thru November 4

The Putnam Arts Council More...

District Governor Guest of Cold Spring Lions

At the Cold Spring Lions Club meeting held on October 10th at the Meeting House Restaurant, Lion President Ellen McNelly introduced District Governor Mary Dudzinski and Zone Manager James Overby to the club members. More...

Beacon Man Arressted For DWI in Cold Spring

The Putnam County Sherrif More...

Dutchess Mental Health Association Annual Wreath Sale Beginning

Orders are now being taken for fresh, balsam wreaths during the Mental Health Association More...

New Animal Hospital in Cold Spring Holds Free Rabies Vaccinations

On Sunday, October 16th, the Animal Hospital of Cold Spring in conjunction with the Putnam County Health Department held a Rabies Clinic, where free vaccines were given to anyone who came with a leashed dog, a contained cat or ferret. More...

Manitoga/Russel Wright Center Receives Federal Grant

Congresswoman Kelly helps obtain assistance through

U.S. Congresswoman Sue Kelly has helped secure a $250,000 federal grant through the Save America More...

Land Trust Sponsors Sustainable Living Expo at The Garrison

Local resources and local expertise to be focus of event
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FDNY Fireboat John J. Harvey Coming to Cold Spring on Saturday

The FDNY fireboat John J. Harvey will be making their annual Fall Leaf Trip on Saturday October 29 starting from Manhattan and arriving at the Downey Oil dock in Cold Spring the same day. More...

House Tours Kick Off Holiday Season in Putnam

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St. Mary’s Hosts “Haunted Church” for Trick-orTreaters

This Saturday, the Episcopal Church of St. Mary-in-theHighlands lends its lawn to the ghosts, goblins and various ghouls and others gathering for the start of the annual Cold Spring Halloween parade More...

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light The Night Walk Is a Big Success

Many local Cold Spring residents participated in the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society More...

Franciscan Friars to Observe All Saints Day/All Souls Day this Weekend

The Franciscan Friars of the Atonement will celebrate All Souls Day also known as the Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed, with a special mass to remember deceased friars next Sunday, October 30 at 11 am in Pilgrim Hall, Graymoor. More...

Talk of the Town

Time flies when you More...

Gordon Graduates from Kalamazoo College

Amy Gordon, daughter of David and Maggie Gordon of Garrison, graduated cum laude from Kalamazoo College at commencement ceremonies held June 11, 2005. Founded in Kalamazoo, MI in 1833, More...

Playgroup for Youngsters Coming To Howland Library

Howland Public Library and Wee Play Community Project are working together to create Come & Play Thursdays at Howland Public Library on 313 Main St. in Beacon. Beginning November 3, the library More...

Opera Comes To Chapel of Our Lady Restoration

Opera On The Hudson will be making its debut performance at Chapel of Our Lady Restoration in Cold Spring, New York on Sunday, November 13, 2005 at 3 pm. More...

Michelle LeBlanc to Perform at Mahopac Library

On Sunday, November 6, jazz singer Michelle LeBlanc and her trio will present her 2005 show, Jazz Standards, featuring some of the most popular jazz songs of the twentieth century. More...

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