September 7, 2011 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

Come to Putnam Valley Town Day

On Saturday, September 17, with a rain date of Sunday the 18th, join most of Putnam Valley at the Annual Town Day event. The traditional parade begins at 1pm, and Town Park festivities run from 2pm to 9pm with fireworks to being around 9pm. More...

Buddhism Classes to be Offered in Putnam

The Dharma Study Class held at the Chuang Yen Monastery and supported by the Buddhist Association of the United States is offering open enrollment to students with a desire to study Buddhism. More...

Putnam County AARP to Meet

Putnam County AARP Chapter 1183 will be meeting at the William Koehler Center, Rte 6, Mahopac, on September 24 at 1 pm. Assemblywoman Sandy Galef will speak on the 2011 Senior Forum that was held over the summer. More...

New York’s Rural Bridges among Most Deteriorated

“Rural Connections: Challenges and Opportunities in America’s Heartland,” a report released by TRIP, a national non-profit transportation research group based in Washington, D.C. More...

Rockets’ Red Glare

Thousands enjoyed the fireworks display Saturday evening in Cold Spring at Dockside and the waterfront. Several bands provided musical entertainment. More...

Corrections and Clarifications

In Last week’s issue (August 31) of the PCN&R we inadvertently mislabeled one of the hurricane photos on page 1. The photo of the man in the kayak was taken by Jennifer Mihalik and the man in the kayak is Tom Foote. We regret the error. More...

Cold Spring Family Celebrates Centenarian

Hildegarde Gustafson, a resident of the Field Home- Holy Comforter, in Cortlandt Manor, and formerly of the Chestnut Ridge Apartments in Cold Spring, celebrated her 100th birthday on September 1, 2011. More...

Storm Notes

By Annie Chesnut More...

Glynwood Pulls Through, Readies for Gala

Last week Glynwood Farm emailed its members and friends to report on its status after the hurricane. “First and most importantly, our staff is well. Our barns and facilities also survived reasonably well. More...

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