April 15, 2009 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

Loretto Brings Bingo Back to Cold Spring

Starting Thursday, April 23, 2009, bingo will be back in Cold Spring at the Parish Hall of Our Lady of Loretto after its 20 year departure from our town. More...

Coming Events

This Week: Wed. Apr. 15 - Senior Sing-ALong, Philipstown Community Center, 12:30-2pm. Free. Reservations suggested. 424-4618. Fri. Apr. 17 - Sandhurst Royal Military Academy Choir in performance to benefit St. Mary's steeple fund. More...

Putnam County Youth Forum Addresses Teenage Concerns

Many agencies and organizations seek to have an 'active youth voice' when planning and evaluating programs that will have a meaningful and valuable experience that goes beyond token participation. More...

Spring Cleanup Day This Sunday at Little Stony Point

Little Stony Point Citi- zens Association will host its annual spring cleanup this Sunday, April 19, from 8am to 4pm. More...

Israeli Film The Band's Visit to Screen at Howland Library

The Israeli film The Band's Visit, will be shown at the Howland Public Library, 313 Main St reet , Beacon, on Friday, April 17 at 7pm in the Community Room. Door opens at 6:30pm. More...

Local Borden Milk Factory Stories Sought by Southeast Museum

The Southeast Museum is working on its 2009 historical exhibition on the Borden Milk Factory. They are asking the community for stories about the Borden Milk Factory that operated in Brewster. More...

PHC Auxiliary Recognized for Advocacy

The Healthcare Association of New York State recently presented the Putnam Hospital Center Auxiliary with a statewide Auxiliary Advocacy Recognition Certificate. More...

Free Copies of PHC Spring Wellness Calendar Available

Spring is officially here and with it, Putnam Hos- pital Center is offering its free spring 2009 wellness calendar. More...

Volunteers Needed to Conduct Walking Tours

The Putnam County Historical Society (PCHS) will hold an orientation meeting for walking tour volunteers at the Foundry School Museum on Sunday, April 19, at 4pm. More...

Main Street Revitalization to be Discussed

Town, village and county officials will gather a on Wednesday, April 22, 2009, at 1:30pm for the culmination of a year-long series of planning studies to improve Putnam County's main streets and historical commercia to attend a presentation of the More...

Jaymark Raises Funds for At-Risk Youth Nonprofit

Jim and Melanie Matero, owners of Jaymark Jewelers presented a donation check of $6,338.55 to the Simon Youth Foundation (SYF) at the Jeffer son Val ley Mal l on Friday, April 9. More...

Man Arrested at M&T Bank

The Village of Cold Spring Police Department reports that on April 3, 2009, John M. Delaney, 47 years old, of Newburgh, was arrested at the M&T bank on Route 9D in Cold Spring by Police Officer Tompkins. More...

Easter Bunny Leaves Goodies in PV

Putnam Valley Parks & Recreation sponsored its annual community Easter Egg Hunt at Leonard Wagner Town Park on the weekend before Easter. More...

Over 100 of Putnam County's Businesses Spotlighted at Shop Putnam 2009 Expo

On May 6, 2009, the Shop Putnam Business and Home Expo will once again showcase businesses that serve their customers in Putnam County. More...

Cold Spring Lions Mark Their 70th With a Special Remembrance of John Marcinak

The Cold Spr ing Lions Club 70th Anniversary dinner dance was highly successful. Special guests in attendance included the wife of John Marcinak, Janet, and his three lovely children, Julie, John, and Joey. More...

Religious Services

ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN THE HIGHLANDS 1 Chestnut Street, Cold Spring Fr. Shane Scott-Hamblen, Rector, 265-2539 Mr. Ron Greene, Senior Warden, 265-3624 www.stmaryscoldspring. dioceseny.org Fri. Apr. More...

A Brief Account of the Battles of Lexington and Concord

Visiting the exhibit and im More...

Schumer Seeks Taxpayer Dollars To Fight Fish Kill

New York's senior senator Charles Schumer paid a visit to Putnam last Wednesday. More...

Store Event for Make-a-Wish Foundation

On May 2, Born Lucky, a children's clothing store located 0415 at 64 Main Street in Cold Spring will celebrate their first anniversary by giving back to the children in the community and donating 20 percent of the proceeds to the Make-A-Wish Fo More...

Philipstown Garden Club Sponsoring the Lilac Ball

The Philipstown Garden Club's bi-annual Lilac Ball will be held this year on April 24 at the Tavern Restaurant in the Highlands Country Club on Route 9D in Garrison starting at 7pm. Music will be provided by Mike Klubnick and The Klubnicks. More...

Haldane Advances to Second Round in Cable Quiz Show

Having won the first round, the academic team from Haldane High School is moving on to Round 2 in The Challenge, an academic quiz show designed to test students' knowledge in a Jeopardystyle format. More...

CS Lions Host Annual Shred- It Event for Community

It's time to shred your old per sonal and conf ident ial information again, thanks to the Cold Spring Lions Club, who for the past three years have provided free shredding services to residents and local businesses in the area. More...

HV Video Competition Seeks Submissions From All Ages

Lights, camera, action - videographers and filmmaker s age 10 and older are invited to submit their works (not longer than 90 seconds) to Scenic Hudson's f i rst Hudson Val ley Shor t Video Competition. More...

Community Yard Sale at the HH Nature Museum

On Saturday, April 25, from 10am until 2pm, the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum will be hosting a Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle Community Yard Sale in conjunction with Earth Day and the 3rd Annual Hike-A-Thon . More...

Temple Beth-El Sponsors Walking Tour of Bannerman's Island

On Sunday, May 17, Temple Beth-El will sponsor a walking tour of Bannerman's Island. The tour will depart from Beacon Landing, with check-in at 1:15pm and return at 4:10pm. This is a walking tour with 72 steps, some steep paths, and trails. More...

Bring Your Guitar to an Open Mike Jam Session

The Westchester Putnam Guitar Society will hold its next open mike/jam session at Teddy's at the Holiday Inn in Mt. Kisco, Sunday, April 26, at 7:30pm. More...

Take a Day Trip to Putnam's Secret Gardens

Spectacular Wright house featured

Voted "Best Garden Tour" in the Hudson Valley, Partners with PARC has announced that Saturday, June 13, 2009, will be the date of this year's Secret Garden Tour. More...

Rails & Ferries on Upcoming Galef Shows

As s emblywoman Sandy Galef hosts Howard Permut, the newest president of Metro North, on her cable television show "Dear Sandy" to talk about improvements the organization has made under his direction. In the last year alone, Mr. More...

Garrison Club's Spring Dinner: Smooth Passage

On Sunday, April 5, close to one hundred members and friends of the Garrison Yacht Club had a gem of an evening at Dutchess Manor, listening and dancing to the music of Eilen Jewell. More...

Lisa Bouchard & Brendan Stevens

Lisa Bouchard of Cold Spring and Brendan Stevens of Pawling were united in marriage on Saturday, October 18, 2008, at the Cold Spring United Methodist Church in Cold Spring. The ceremony was performed by Pastor Tim Henderson. More...

Make Treats for the Bears at Zoo's Family Day

Celebrate Earth Day and springtime with some familyf r iendly and ear th- f r iendly fun at Bear Mountain's Trailside Museums and Zoo on Saturday, April 25, 2009 from 11am to 3pm. More...

Highland Garden Club Celebrates 80 Years

The Highland Garden Club will meet at 12pm on Tuesday, April 28, at the Jul ia But ter f ield Library. The Club will install new officers: Lilia Pritchard as corresponding secretary and Catherine Treuter as recording secretary. More...

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