May 6, 2009 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

Glynwood Farm to Offer Free Tours to the Community

On the second Friday of each month during growing and harvest seasons, Glynwood Farm will offer free tours open to the community and led by a member of the Glynwood staff. More...

Philipstown Recycling Center To Accept White Goods and Electronics Every Saturday

Permit pass is required

The Philipstown Recycling Center, located on Lane Gate Road, Cold Spring will be open every Saturday from 9am until 3pm, beginning May 9, 2009. The Recycling Center accepts metals, white goods, electronics, and recyclables. More...

Coming Events

This Week: Wed. May 6 - Shop Putnam Business & Home Expo, 10am-6pm, Villa Barone, 466 Rt. 6, Mahopac. Breakfast, 8-10am, Rotary Club luncheon,12-1:30pm. 845-628-5553, www.shopputnamexpo.com. Fri. More...

New Windsor Cantonment to Host Memorial Day Event

In honor of America's soldiers and their families on Memorial Day, historic balladeer Linda Russell will perform traditional American music on Monday, May 25, at 2pm. More...

Girl Scouts Parade Through Village to Thank Community

Kelly Brief and her Cadette Troop #2913 organized a great Spirit Day on Sunday, April 19. It was their way of thanking the community for supporting the local Philipstown Girl Scout Troops over the years. More...

Fred Zenz Honored for Work in Chemical Engineering

Dr. More...

Glynwood Farm to Offer Free Tours to the Community

On the second Friday of each month during growing and harvest seasons, Glynwood Farm will offer free tours open to the community and led by a member of the Glynwood staff. More...

New Equipment Installed by Volunteers at Tiny Tots Park

The Cold Spring Tiny Tots Park is now home to 7 new pieces of play equipment, a more interactive ride-on path, and 8 new benches. More...

Continued Sales of Poppies Support Veterans' Programs

The James Harvey Hustis VFW Pos t 2362 and the George A. More...

Cub Scouts Learn About Newspaper Production at PCN&R Office

On Thursday, April 30, 2009, a group of Tiger Cub Scouts from Dens 3 and 4, Cold Spring, accompanied by their leaders Christine Johanson (l), and Larissa Killough, visited the PCN&R to learn about how our newspaper is put together. More...

Religious Service

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 Sun. More...

Sacred Meal at Graymoor: Foods from the Bible

The Franciscan Friars of the Atonement are presenting their third annual "Grateful Gathering: A Sacred Meal," featuring foods from the Bible on Sunday, May 17, at the Graymoor Spiritual Life Center beginning with a reception at 4pm and dinner at 5p More...

Girl Scout Troop 2504 to Host Their First Blood Drive

Girl Scouts of the Hudson Highland, Troop 2504 will host their first blood drive on Friday, May 8, in conjunction with Hudson Valley Blood Services (HVBS). More...

Haldane Wins Two Picturing America Grants for Art

Picturing America, an exciting new initiative from the National Endowment for the Humanities, brings masterpieces of American art into classrooms and libraries nationwide. More...

In Honor of Mother's Day: a Mammogram Reminder

The Adelphi NY Statewide Breast Cancer Hotline is reaching out to New York women encouraging them to get mammograms in honor of Mother's Day and their families. More...

Putnam Hospital is Looking for Volunteers for Kids' Day

On Saturday, May 16, from noon until 4pm, the Putnam Hospital Center Auxiliary will present its Fourth Annual Kids' Day at PHC, sponsored by Kidz Country and Camp Kiwi. More...

Desmond-Fish Library Associates Award Dinner to Honor Alice Waters, Betty Green, and Irene O'Garden

The fifteenth annual Desmond Fish Library Associates Awards Dinner will be held on Sunday, June 7, at the Monteverde at Oldstone Manor Pavilion in Cortlandt Manor, overlooking the Hudson River. More...

Butterfield Offers Computer Course for Senior Citizens

Computers don't have to be a mystery any longer. The Julia L. Butterfield Library is pleased to offer Introduction to Computers I for Seniors on Tuesday, May 19,and Wednesday, May 20, at 10am. More...

Galef Office Announces Summer Internship Program

Assemblywoman Sandy Galef will be starting her summer internship program for high school and college students. This is the 17th year the program will be offered. More...

Desmond-Fish Library Associates Award Dinner to Honor Alice Waters, Betty Green, and Irene O'Garden

The fifteenth annual Desmond Fish Library Associates Awards Dinner will be held on Sunday, June 7, at the Monteverde at Oldstone Manor Pavilion in Cortlandt Manor, overlooking the Hudson River. More...

Continued Sales of Poppies Support Veterans' Programs

The James Harvey Hustis VFW Post 2362 and the George A. More...

Birder Teams Gear Up for Bird-a-Thon Saturday

On Saturday, May 9, three teams of expert birders from Putnam Highlands Audubon Society (PHAS) will undertake the annual Birdathon fundraiser, getting both exhausted and exhilarated by their effort to find as many bird species as possible in 24 hou More...

No Swine Flu Reported in Putnam County

Putnam Commissioner of Health Dr. Sherlita Amler is holding her breath. More...

Arrival of Spring Means Lyme Precautions

Spring is here, which means it's time to take precautions against Lyme disease. "Lyme disease is spread by the bite of infected deer ticks, " said Dr. Sherlita Amler, Commissioner of the Putnam County Department of Health. More...

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