Brewster's HamletHub Fri, 20 Oct 2017 13:44:57 -0400 Designs Jewelry Showroom Sale This Weekend - Made on Main St. in Brewster and on 'Dancing With The Stars'

Anne Koplik Designs Jewelry Showroom Sale This Weekend - Made on Main St. in Brewster and on 'Dancing With The Stars'!

 Come experience the magic of the Anne Koplik Designs Jewelry Showroom Sale in Brewster, NY…what treasures will you find?! 

A Showroom Sale is an opportunity for our local community to purchase Anne Koplik Designs jewelry at up to 75% OFF! Just like a sample sale, the jewelry offered includes overstocked styles, discontinued merchandise, original design samples handmade by Anne, one of a kind pieces…and more! 

Take advantage of shopping for holiday shopping, a special occasion, gifts, or just to treat yourself to something special. We have added fun boutique items (such as scarves and handbags) which will coordinate perfectly with your AKD jewelry!

To celebrate being the exclusive provider of jewelry for Dancing With the Stars since Season 5 - come see in person one of the actual costumes from the show! 

New to this Showroom Sale: Purses, jewelry cases and cosmetic cases!


About our jewelry:

Anne Koplik Designs has been handcrafting jewelry for over 35 years in our Brewster, NY studio. Our artisans use crystals from Swarovski®, freshwater pearls, hand mixed and hand applied enamels, Mother of Pearl, solid brass and lead/nickel/cadmium-free metals. 

 Anne Koplik jewelry is a go-to brand for hundreds of celebrities and stylists around the world including the Emmy Award winning wardrobe department for ‘Dancing With the Stars. 


Sale Dates:


Friday, Oct. 20: 12pm – 7pm 


Saturday, Oct. 21: 10am – 4pm 


Sunday, Oct. 22: 10am – 4pm


Friday, Nov. 10: 12pm – 7pm


Saturday, Nov. 11: 10am – 4pm


Sunday, Nov. 12: 10am – 4pm


Friday, Dec. 1: 12pm – 7pm 


Saturday, Dec. 2: 10am – 4pm 


Sunday, Dec. 3: 10am – 4pm




Anne Koplik Designs


173 Main St.


Brewster, NY 10509


To shop online or learn more about Anne Koplik Designs visit

Anne Koplik Designs Jewelry Showroom Sale 2017

]]> (Anne Koplik Designs Jewelry) Places Thu, 19 Oct 2017 17:59:21 -0400
Get into the Halloween spirit on Saturday at The Aldrich

Third Saturday: Family Workshop with Alissa Siegal at The Aldrich on  Saturday, October 21, 2017, 10 am to 5 pm

Get into the Halloween spirit while exploring the ways in which unexpected household objects can be transformed into magnificent sculptures and festive decorations! Create a pumpkin using yarn, fabric, and textured paper, or a hanging bat sculpture using cardboard tubes, sculpture wire, and paint during this autumnal family workshop.

10 am to 12 noon; children ages 2 to 5
1 to 3 pm; children ages 6 to 10
Free for visitors of all ages!

The Aldrich is located at 258 Main Street in Ridgefield. Visit the Museum online here.

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Free Workshop on Computers, Smartphones & Tablets

Computers, Smartphones & Tablets

Wednesday, November 1   1:00 PM

Are you confused about technology? Lance Whitney will explain and compare computers, smartphones, tablets, gaming systems and more just in time to make you a tech savvy consumer for the holiday shopping season. For more information or to register, contact the Patterson Library at 845-878-6121 x10 or go to and click Calendar.

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Fire Safety Story Time and More at Carmel Fire House

October is Fire Safety Month. The Kent Library and the Carmel Fire House are joining together spread the word about Fire safety. On Saturday, October 21st from 11:30-12:30 - at the Carmel Fire House for a fun storytime, learn about fire safety and see some really cool trucks! The event is at the Carmel Fire House at 94 Gleneida Avenue, Carmel, NY 10512. Registration is required. Register with the Library. This is not the drop off program, parents must stay with their children. The event is at the Carmel Fire House at 94 Gleneida Avenue, Carmel, NY 10512. You may register for the program by going to or calling the Kent Public Library at 845-225-8585.

]]> (Kent Public Library) Neighbors Thu, 19 Oct 2017 10:46:11 -0400
Recipe of the Week: Pumpkin-Cranberry Gift Loaves

Pumpkin-Cranberry Gift Loaves


  • 1 29-ounce can pure pumpkin (about 1-3/4  cups)

  • 1-1/4 cups sugar

  • 3 eggs or 3/4 cup egg substitute

  • 1/2 cup vegetable oil

  • 1-1/2 teaspoons baking soda

  • 2 teaspoons baking powder

  • 2 teaspoons cinnamon

  • 1-1/2 teaspoons nutmeg

  • 2-1/4 cups flour

  • 1/2 cup coarsely chopped walnuts

  • 2 cups fresh cranberries


Preheat oven to 325°F. Spray 6 baby loaf pans (about 6 inches long) with cooking spray. In a large bowl, use a whisk to combine pumpkin, sugar, eggs, and vegetable oil. Add dry ingredients, stirring until everything is combined. Stir in nuts and cranberries. Bake at 325°F for 45 minutes or until a knife inserted comes out clean.

This is a very moist quick bread. Cool in pans for 10 minutes. Remove to rack and let cool completely before wrapping.

Serves 4 (per loaf)

Each serving contains about 165 calories, 2 g protein, 6 g fat, 27 mg cholesterol, 24 g carbohydrates, 2 g fiber, and 130 mg sodium.

]]> (My Health Quest ) Life Thu, 19 Oct 2017 08:44:16 -0400
Putnam Hospital Center opens Integrative Health suite for breast cancer patients

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Breast cancer patients at Putnam Hospital Center now have an opportunity to be treated holistically with the opening this month of the medical center’s Integrative Health suite.

The complimentary program provides alternative therapies to patients as they undergo surgery, radiation and chemotherapy. The hospital has contracted with Liberation Yoga of Mahopac to bring an array of services including yoga classes, massage therapy, reiki, reflexology and meditation. 

“This new program enables us to provide whole mind and body care to the patients that need it the most,” said Maureen Pace, Putnam Hospital Center’s director of clinical services.

Dr. Lyda Rojas, breast surgeon and medical director of the breast cancer program at Putnam Hospital Center, and Dr. Vinita Agarwal, chief of pathology at Putnam Hospital Center, both on the hospital’s medical staff, cut the ribbon this week on the Integrative Health program located on the hospital campus in suite 114. The suite has a yoga studio and two rooms for therapeutic services. Nutritional counseling and lymphedema treatments are also housed in the suite.

The opening of Integrative Health comes on the heels of the hospital’s accreditation designation by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC), a program administered by the American College of Surgeons and only granted to centers committed to providing the highest level of quality breast care to its patients.

Radiology at Putnam Hospital Center also now provides patients with 3-D mammography, a more accurate breast screening technology.  

To learn more about the Integrative Health program, please call 845-628-0007. For more information on breast care at Putnam Hospital Center, please visit

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Allegations under investigation at Brewster Schools

The following letter was released on October 18, 2017 by the Superintendent of Schools.

Dear Parents,

On Thursday, Oct. 12, the Brewster Central School District was informed about an alleged inappropriate relationship between a staff member and a highschool student. Student safety is of paramount importance and we find these allegations deeply troubling. The administration immediately contacted law enforcement, which began an investigation. At this time, the matter is still being investigated by law enforcement. While the investigation is pending, the staff member will not have any contact with students.  The District has arranged for school counselors to be available to support students should the need arise. Additionally, in conjunction with the Putnam County Sheriff’s Department, the District has established a 24 hour hotline for anyone who has information to share with respect to this matter. The 24 hour hotline number is 845-808-4377.


Valerie Henning-Piedmonte, Ed.D.

In addition the following letter was release earlier today, October 19th:

October 19, 2017
Dear Parents and Guardians,

Each of our schools will initiate “Lockout” procedures to protect our students and staff from exposure to potential media coverage. A “Lockout” is used to secure school buildings and grounds during incidents that pose an imminent concern outside of the school.

We notified each school, cancelled outdoor physical education classes and recess to be cautious. Before children can return to outside activities, our School Resource Officers will monitor the grounds to make sure that they are safe.

Valerie Henning-Piedmonte 


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Town of Southeast October 23 Planning Board Agenda



1. PROSPECT HILL OFFICE PARK, PHASE 2, 162 Prospect Hill Road, Tax Map ID 56.-1-32.2 –

Public Hearing to Review an Application for Site Plan Amendment


  1. SPACE ON RYDER FARM, 400-406 Starr Ridger Road, Tax Map ID 79.-1-39 – Review of a

    Request for Release of a Performance Bond

  2. LYONS DEVELOPMENT, One Starr Ridge Road, Tax Map ID 68.-2-2 – Review of an Application for Site Plan Amendment

  3. RED ROOSTER, 1566 Route 22, Tax Map IDs46.-2-43 & 44 – Review of Application for Lot Merger

  4. ACE ENDICO, 80, 81 & 71 International Blvd., Tax Map IDs 45.-1-29, 45.-1-31.2 & 45.-1- 31.3 – Review of Request to Establish a Performance Bond

  5. MORROW EQUIPMENT, 425 Rte. 312, Tax Map ID 45.-2-35 – Continued Review of an Application for Site Plan Amendment

  6. McDONALDS, 1618-1624 Route 22, Tax Map ID 46.-2-39 – Review of an Application for Site Plan Amendment

    Approve Meeting Minutes from September 25, 2017

October 17, 2017
Agenda Subject to Change 

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Art Exhibit Gala: Celebrate Our Veterans

Art, Photography, Music and Written Works by local Veterans at Studio Around the Corner

The Cultural Arts Coalition in conjunction with Putnam County PFC Dwyer Vet 2 Vet Program proudly announces “Celebrate Our Veterans” a Gala highlighting the artistic talents of our local Veterans. The Gala will be presented during the month of November at the Studio Around the Corner located at 67 Main Street in Brewster, NY. The Opening Reception will be held on Friday, November 3, 2017 from 7 to 9 PM.

On display during the month will be artwork created by Veterans of Putnam County including paintings, photographs and sculpture. During the month there will be readings from poetry and other written works by our Veterans from their Writers workshop as well as from our book Hero's Highway. Music by local Veterans will also be performed.

Opening Reception Gala

Friday, November 3, 2017 from 7PM – 9PM

Additional Gallery Hours:  12 – 2PM

Saturday, November 4: Artwork Display

Saturday, November 11: Music with Gil

Saturday, November 18: Poetry & Readings

Saturday, November 25: Artwork Remains Up For Viewing

Sunday, November 26: Show closing.

Studio Around the Corner at Old Town Hall

67 Main Street, Suite 101

Brewster, NY 10509

(845) 363-8330

For more information about the Vet 2 Vet program visit

For more information on this and other Cultural Arts Coalition events, visit:,  call (845) 363 - 8330, email or find us on Facebook at “Cultural Arts Coalition”.

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Community Music Series Kicks off with FREE Event in Croton Falls!

A Haunted Halloween Happening

Somers residents, Adam Bernier & Jacque Roche are joining forces to co-produce a 4-hour Community Music Event introducing the community to a variety of talented musicians & genres of music on October 27,2017.  The first of the series is presented by The Schoolhouse Theater & Arts Center and will commence with 3 individual acoustic performances in the venue’s stunning art gallery.  Attendees are encouraged to attend one or all of the individual musical experiences that appeal to them.  Doors 7:00 pm.

7:30 - 9:00 pm: Art Gallery Appetizer Hour - Sponsored by Soup Ninja, Lonnie Lum, North Salem.  A light serving of appetizers & sandwiches will be offered to attendees as they mingle & enjoy GERT MATHIESEN’s traveling art exhibit & Edward Walsh’s sculptures on display in the gallery, while enjoying live music.

9:00 - 10:15 pm: Mainstage Electric Rock Concert featuring North Salem HS.  The theater is a 99-seat auditorium complete with stage, lights & great sound that will provide the audience with a full concert experience in an intimate setting.  There isn’t a bad seat in the house.

10:15 - till 11:00 pm:  Meet n Greet After Party: Sponsored by K’s mini cookies of Bedford Hills & Lola Granola Bar, Croton Falls, offering coffee, soft drinks & desserts.  Featuring DJ music TBA.  There will be an awarding of the raffle prizes & recognition of sponsors & performers.

Art Gallery Performances by:

Thomas Roberto Aponte: is a Purchase-based singer/songwriter, primarily working with acoustic guitar in his solo work that has conveyed many eclectic influences. His music is a blend of soulful folk & punk rock with confessional lyrics.  Check out “Losing it All” & more songs at Soundcloud:

Joe Disto: Ossining NY resident Joe plays both acoustic & electronic sets. An obsession with synthesizers & drum machines will be evident when you see him perform live. When backed by a band, Disto's album comes to life & the rock n roll antics begin. Performance is a huge passion, as well as a constant compulsion toward writing & recording new, original sounds in the studio, named Distotone Recorders. Songs, videos, & photos available at Disto’s Facebook Page:

Natalie Austin:  A Mahopac, HS student, Natalie is a captivating singer-songwriter with a unique style & musical intuition that is well beyond her 16 years. Her influences range from classic rock, to country, & jazz & blues.


Main stage Electric Rock Concert by:  GILBERT!  Members;Tara Curran - vocals, Justin Giacchetto - guitar, Eddie Fiscella - keys, Owen Hughes - drums, & Wilson Yarnall - bass.  You’d never guess that the members of Gilbert are all in high school (North Salem and John Jay). This powerhouse of talented musicians is quickly gaining recognition. Gilberts’ sound is rock with soul/funk influences.  The vocals of Tara Curran have been described as rich & inviting with the styling’s of Janis Joplin, Susan Tedeschi while distinctly her own.  Their live performances include soul/funk/rock covers interspersed with originals. This past month Gilbert was in the recording studio & their originals will soon be on everyone’s playlist.  See Gilbert in some amazing live performance videos via their Facebook & get ready to rock. Hard:

Adam Bernier’s Production Studio, INVISIBLE MASSES provides Audio Services including;Editing / Cleaning / Mixing, Tracking / Recording, Producing & Artist Development, Original Compositions & Sound Design.  For details please visit the website at:

Jacque Roche DBA JacqueButterfly is the author of a weekly newsletter entitled, Positive Insights & contributor to More Sugar Magazine.  The popular host of Jacque’s Giant Hudson Valley Music Show, and monthly Music Hall Showcases,  Roche can be heard streaming Wednesday & Sunday nights on  A Trustee on the Board of Directors at Pawling Public Radio, Jacque is also the founder of a dozen plus Eat, Drink & Party Group Pages on FB.  

The Schoolhouse Theater & Arts Center, Croton Falls.  The Theater is a 501(c) nonprofit organization & venerable cultural center devoted to professional theater at the highest possible standard.  They are committed to bringing new, innovative & groundbreaking programs & plays to the community.  It is a place where new work is explored & a place where things begin.  Additionally, the galleries host local artists, sculptors, & photographers from all over the county. For the full history & additional information, please visit their website at;

Sponsors & Supporters of this Free Community Music Series:

Underwritten by JacqueButterfly, Somers, NY & a team of sponsors:

INVISIBLE MASSES, Somers, NY:  Donating all production services including; producing, editing, recording, mixing

The Schoolhouse Theater & Arts Center, Croton Falls is presenting the event

Brewster Ice Skating Arena, Brewster:  donating a gift basket of merchandise for the raffle

Cardsmart & Gifts of Mahopac are donating a gift basket of merchandise for the raffle

K's mini cookies, Bedford Hills:  is donating hand-decorated cookies for Meet N Greet After Party catering

Lola Granola Bar, Croton Falls is donating mini granola bars for Meet N Greet After Party catering.

Mahopac, McDonalds: donated gift certificates for the raffle

Muscoot Tavern, Somers: donated gift certificates for the raffle

Harvest Moon Farm & Orchard, North Salem, NY is donating the event decorations. Guests will be welcome to take home some decorations at the conclusion of the event.

Pawling Public Radio will be broadcasting the performances on WPWL, 103.7

More sponsors are being added daily!

Join the Event’s FB Page found at to keep up-to-date on the sponsors & performers being added daily!

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Broadway Takes Ridgefield By Storm: American Dance Spectacular on October 22

An all-star cast, including Broadway performers Jennifer DiNoia (Elphaba in “Wicked”) and Vishal Vaidya (Broadway’s "Groundhog Day”), star in a brand new show at The Ridgefield Playhouse on Sunday, October 22 at 7pm! 

"American Dance Spectacular!” features twelve leading Broadway dancers and singers, and takes the audience on a high energy journey through the evolution of dance in America. From the Charleston and Lindy Hop to the Jitterbug and the Twist to Disco and Voguing, "American Dance Spectacular!" is an exploration of the 20th century’s flashiest dances, infused with the hit songs from each decade.

Mastermind and esteemed Broadway actor Daniel C. Levine (whose Broadway credits include “Mamma Mia!, “Les Miserables”, “Jesus Christ Superstar”, and “The Rocky Horror Show") has created this brand new production along with energetic choreography by Al Blackstone (TV’s “So You Think You Can Dance”), music direction and arrangements by Bryan Perri (Broadway’s “Wicked”), and book by Susan Batten (Lifetime TV’s “Showing Roots”). 

Don’t miss the chance to see Broadway come to life in "American Dance Spectacular!"

For tickets ($60), call the box office at 203-438-5795, or visit  The Ridgefield Playhouse is a non-profit performing arts center located at 80 East Ridge, parallel to Main Street, Ridgefield, CT.

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Concert Benefiting Hurricane Victims to Take Place at Litchfield Crossings

By: Hamid Mossavi 


New Milford, CT- “The Sound of Love” Fundraising event featuring live music, benefiting victims of the recent hurricanes will take place October 21st, 2017, with a rain date of November 4th. The admission-free event will also accommodate free parking. Festivities begin at noon at the Litchfield Crossings, 169 Danbury Rd. New Milford, CT. 06776. The event is catered by Kathy’s Kitchen Catering and Events LLC.

Guests are welcomed to bring a blanket/lawn chair, while enjoying great music from “Come Hear the Sound” music group and others. The event will feature free helium balloons and bubble stuff for the kids attending. Additionally, there will be an assortment of items available for sale, such as artwork, frames and canvases, Handcrafted jewelry metal crafts handmade furniture and clothing with all proceeds benefiting the victims as well.

“The recent natural disasters have triggered a deep sense of urgency within our hearts, we were inspired to take action and the Sound of Love was created.” Says Doreen Amor, organizer of the event. Come enjoy the event, while joining a cause for the better. Proceeds will be distributed through the Red Cross and Samaritans Pocket. For more information, call Doreen at (860)488-2155 and email

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Brewster High School's Salute to Veterans Concert

Photo credit: Peter Carey, Brewster HamletHub Editor

Please join us at the "Salute to Veterans Concert"

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

6:30 PM

Brewster High School Performing Arts Center

Sponsored by the BHS Choirs and Music Department

All are invited to attend this annual event, especially veterans!

This annual tradition not only teaches students to thank those who serve our country but also give them the opportunity to personally express those thanks. 


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NYC Bass Player + Composer spearheading CD Release of 'Urban Fado'

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The Cultural Arts Coalition presents, the Mary Ann McSweeney Quintet, Sunday, November 12th, 3:00pm, Studio Around the Corner, Brewster NY. We are pleased to announce the Avangrid Foundation on behalf of NYSEG, as the grand sponsor of this series. McSweeney, a prominent NYC jazz bass player, is excited to announce her upcoming performance in Brewster, NY at the Cultural Arts Coalition on November 12th, a performance timed to support the release of her "Urban Fado " CD.

Member of the Mary Ann McSweeney Quintet are:

Marc Mommas, Sax

Nana Simopolous, Bouzouki and Voice

Jason Ennis, Acoustic Guitar

Todd Isler, Percussion

Mary Ann McSweeney, Acoustic Bass

She has played with jazz legends Dizzy Gillespie, Joanne Brackeen, Lee Konitz, Gil Goldstein, and Bucky Pizzarelli. She has also played for renowned conductors, Leonard Bernstein, Lalo Schifrin, and John Williams. McSweeney has performed with Renee Rosness, Vic Juris, Ken Peplowski, Dennis Mackrel, Lewis Nash and Larry Goldings. Big Bands include the Maiden Voyage and Diva,and she has performed with her quintet at the Seixal Jazz Festival in Portugal and the Mary Lou Williams Jazz Festival at the Kennedy Center. She has arranged for and recorded with Warner Brothers artist, Lea Delaria. McSweeney has toured Europe and performed with David Krakauer’s Klezmer Madness and five-time Tony award winning vocalist Audra McDonald. Her orchestrations can be heard on Chita Rivera’s CD entitled “Now I Swing” and her version of “Avenue Q Swings” is available on iTunes. McSweeney performed at the Monterey Jazz Festival with Claire Daly and the Baritone Monk Band, which was rated in the top ten on jazz radio in the USA.

Reviewing her "Thoughts of You" CD, Glenn Astarita in all.about.jazz: 'Jazz bassist Mary Ann McSweeney possesses a smooth touch, conveying a warm, organic tone... her sextet expounds upon the primary theme via a mid tempo swing.... a good, tasteful recording brimming with tight arrangements and sonorous exchanges.'

Along with being a full-time professional bassist in New York City, McSweeney is on the faculty for the Middle School Jazz Academy at Lincoln Center and the New York Jazz Workshop. McSweeney has played more than 35 Broadway shows, including Tony award winning “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder.”

This summer she performed in Greece and Berlin with her Urban Fado project. In her words: "My great great Grandparents are from Portugal, where this music originated in the 1800's; the sadness, the sigh of the voice, the story of fate told by the singer inspired me to compose music that is Fado, bringing new grooves and new chord structures to the Fado form; keeping the traditional form but leaving room for improvisation; sharing the cultural diversity it has to offer."

Find out more at:

Tickets are $20, $15 for Students. Reservations are recommended, as seating is limited. Call (845) 363 - 8330 or email for reservations.

For more information on this and other Cultural Arts Coalition events, visit:

Concerts Around the Corner is made possible in part by the NYS Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the NYS Legislature. In Putnam County, this grant program is administered and monitored by the Putnam Arts Council, Mahopac, NY.

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Brewster Theater Company’s “You Can’t Take It With You”

Brewster Theater Company brings the eccentricities of family and the love of living a full life to its staging of the classic comedy “You Can’t Take It With You.” BTC’s production, on its home stage at Drew United Methodist Church’s Sloat Hall, features the close-knit Vanderhof family pursuing their, often odd, ambitions at home. However, their routine is disrupted when a daughter with a regular job wants to bring her fiancé and his Wall Street family to dinner.

Making his directorial debut with BTC, Dan Friedman of Carmel has directed productions for the Darien Players, the Westport Community Theater, The County Players, YCP Theaterworks and CT Playmakers. The show is being co-produced by Stacy Dumont of Patterson, Jenna Isabella of Ossining and Brandy Hughes of Danbury, Conn. Set designer and artistic director for this production is Christopher Gladysz of Brewster and New York City. Stage manager is Kait Balfe of Brewster.

The cast features Robert Ansbro of Mahopac; Nate Brewster of Brewster; Emma Burke-Covitz of Carmel; Jenna Isabella of Ossining; Vincent LaRusso of Brewster; Stephen Zerilli of Carmel; P.J. Mansfield of Stormville; Carolyn McCarthy of Brewster; Sean O'Hara of Carmel; Marty Posner of Patterson; Diane Preston of Mahopac; Stephen Ross of Carmel; Patricia Sebastian of Mahopac; Ken Shelby; Leigh Trifari; Trevor Latasa; Sean Latasa and Laurel Lettieri. 

Friday, Oct. 27, Saturday, Oct. 28, Thursday, Nov. 2, Friday, Nov. 3 and Saturday, Nov. 4 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 29 at 2 p.m.

Drew United Methodist Church

28 Gleneida Ave.

Carmel, NY 10512



$20 Adult and $18 for students and senior citizens

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