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Comedy Night at ChappPAC on Saturday, February 11
: Friends of ChappPAC and the Town of New Castle Present Comedy Night on Feb. 11 at ChappPAC beginning at 8:00 pm Join us at the Chappaqua Performing Arts Center for a night of comedy featuring headliner Allan Fuks and other amazing comedians, straight from NYC! The
Horace Greeley's Student Club E.N.O.U.G.H. host Holocaust Remembrance Day tomorrow!
: International Holocaust Remembrance Day on Thursday, January 26th at 7:30PM International Holocaust Remembrance Day is commemorated each year on January 27th which marks the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau. Holocaust memory is, unfortunately, fading at the same time that group-targeted hate is rising. Please join
Employed, Engaged, & Excited for the Next Journey - Aaron’s Prospector Story
: Meaningful work is a vehicle through which we can grow, dream, and transform our lives. For many, the road to employment is filled with roadblocks and detours, revving up feelings of frustration, isolation, and insecurity. However, with the right support,
Town of New Castle Peace Walk and Martin Luther King Celebration January 29
: Come out on January 29th starting at 12:30 for “I Have A Dream" A Celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Black History Month. The CREI (The Town of New Castle's Committee on Race, Equity and Inclusion) is partnering with the
Town of New Castle & Friends of Chapp PAC host film screening and talk back "A MOST ATROCIOUS THING" on
: Join Town of New Castle & Friends of Chapp PAC for a preview of the film A MOST ATROCIOUS THING on Friday, January 13 at 7PM, rated PG-13. This Horror/Comedy chronicles a weekend getaway that becomes deadly when bad blood turns a group of friends
County Executive George Latimer Gives Westchester Weekly Update
: January 9, 2023 County Executive George Latimer Gives Westchester Weekly Update Watch full briefing here: https://youtu.be/igFXWFcokmU During his weekly Westchester briefing, Latimer discussed: Guest: Town of Rye Supervisor Gary Zuckerman Office of Economic Development to discuss Launch1000 Initiative BEE-LINE SPREADS HOLIDAY CHEER WITH A SUCCESSFUL FREE
This Week On The Children's Shelf: Waiting for the next book in a Series
: I love a good series. I like that there is another book to look forward to. I often read series after multiple books are out which is nice because I can run and grab the next book as soon as
Chappaqua Rotary Club Hosts NYE Ringing in the New Year Celebration at Gazebo
: New Year at the GazeboPlease join the Chappaqua Rotary Club for its 5th Annual New Year’s Eve “Ringing in the New Year” celebration at the Gazebo at the Recreation Field. There will be refreshments at 11:45pm and Don DuPont will
How A High School Field Trip to The Prospector Led to Jobs
: For the parents of children with disabilities, many sleepless nights can be attributed to the question: “what happens when my child finishes school?” The basis of a healthy and independent lifestyle is meaningful employment, and without the prospect of a
EPIC All-Inclusive Student Short-Film Festival, Submit Films by December 31!
: Are you a middle or high school student who likes making short films? Get a chance to see your film up on the BIG screen! The New Castle EPIC Committee with The New Castle Recreation Department is hosting an EPIC All-Inclusive Student Short-Film
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Celebrate World Down Syndrome Day on March 21
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