Rye's HamletHub https://news.hamlethub.com/rye Mon, 26 Oct 2020 14:32:09 -0400 HamletHub.com Pet Pantry Launches No Go Dog Show Fundraiser https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/places/5096-pet-pantry-launches-no-go-dog-show-fundraiser5096-pet-pantry-launches-no-go-dog-show-fundraiser https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/places/5096-pet-pantry-launches-no-go-dog-show-fundraiser5096-pet-pantry-launches-no-go-dog-show-fundraiser

Local business launches a new product to fundraise for a local animal shelter and other local organizations that support Fairfield and Westchester County.  

RYE, N.Y., Monday, October 26, 2020-- Pet Pantry will raise money for Adopt-a-Dog and other local organizations with the "Pet Pantry Pack" a specially curated bag of pet products, samples, and coupons from participating brand sponsors retailing for $25. The packs are loaded with value and 100% from sales will be donated to Pet Pantry’s nonprofit partners in Fairfield and Westchester County. 
 
"Each year we sponsor several family fun events at the hyper-local level, these events raise tens of thousands of dollars for critical animal welfare organizations in addition to others that are special to our team and our customers," said Adam Jacobson, Executive Vice President of Pet Pantry Warehouse. He continued, "Not only are these FUN-raising events entertaining for families to attend with their pets, but they provide a place for neighbors to connect and learn about some of the needs in their own community. Attendees always love to take home bags full of free samples of quality pet food and products from these events. So, this inspired us to create a special event package for our retail stores and donate the money we raise." 
 
This year's canceled events included the annual New Canaan Dog Days, the annual Puttin' on the Dog, the annual Howl & Prowl, and the inaugural Fairfield Dog Days. Other local organizations include Fairfield Parks & Recreation, the New Canaan Nature Center, and the Fairfield Chamber of Commerce. Sponsors include Raised Right, Open Farm, Acana, Earth Animal, Orijen, and others. 
 
“The cancellation of events this year has led to a shortage of $70,000 in funds that we desperately need to carry out our mission,” said Kristen Alouisa, Executive Director at Adopt-a-Dog. She continued, “We are so grateful to Pet Pantry Warehouse for holding the No Go Dog Show to help raise money to save the lives of the most at-risk animals. Pet Pantry has always been there for us, and we are proud to be partnered with such a wonderful business that cares so much about their community.”
 
Custom packs arrived in Pet Pantry stores last week, they were assembled by Pet Pantry’s pet experts and volunteers from Adopt-a-Dog. The pack includes Pet Pantry coupons on some of the retailer’s most popular brands which totals over $100 in value. Customers are advised to call their local Pet Pantry in Fairfield and Westchester County to order Pet Pantry Packs for curbside pickup or for more information on the selection at the nearest location (ppwpet.com/location).  
 
Click this link to learn more about Atlas: 
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kerry@ducey.org (Sarah Bamford) Places Mon, 26 Oct 2020 08:12:38 -0400
It's National Pizza Month and Ace Endico is Celebrating with 850 Degrees and Serafina Pizza Delivered to Your Door! https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/life/5087-it-s-national-pizza-month-and-ace-endico-is-celebrating-with-850-degrees-and-serafina-pizza-delivered-to-your-door5087-it-s-national-pizza-month-and-ace-endico-is-celebrating-with-850-degrees-and-serafina-pizza-delivered-to-your-door https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/life/5087-it-s-national-pizza-month-and-ace-endico-is-celebrating-with-850-degrees-and-serafina-pizza-delivered-to-your-door5087-it-s-national-pizza-month-and-ace-endico-is-celebrating-with-850-degrees-and-serafina-pizza-delivered-to-your-door

 

850 Degrees and Serafina Pizza at Your Doorstep 

It’s National Pizza Month and ACE Endico To Go is celebrating America’s beloved savory pie by offering a discount on their locally made pizza pies including Ridgefield-based 850 Degrees and Serafina pizza, rooted in Westchester County.

Order your pizza (and choose from over 2,000 restaurant-quality items) online HERE and your items will be at your doorstep tomorrow. There is no delivery fee for orders of $200.00 or more!

The Serifina Margherita Classico Pizza is made with fresh mozzarella, tomatoes, and basil, this classic Margherita pizza will delight the senses. The pie is restaurant-grade, handmade and cooked in a wood-burning oven.

Enjoy 850 Degrees famous classic cheese pizza in the comfort of your own home! This delectable pie features a thin New York Style crust, tomato sauce and fresh mozzarella cheese. Cook from frozen at 425° for 8-12 minutes. Place directly on the center oven for best results. 

850’s New York Style 12” Margarita Pizza features a thin New York Style crust, tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella and fresh basil. Cook from frozen at 425° for 8-12 minutes. Place directly on the center oven rack or preheated baking sheet for best results.

According to the National Day Calendar, National Pizza Month began in October 1984 and was created by the publisher of Pizza Today magazine and pizzeria owner, Gerry Durnell. He chose October because it’s the month the first issue of his magazine debuted. 

Ace Endico, a family-owned business that began with humble roots in a small garage in Mt. Vernon, New York in 1982  is now the leading regional food purveyor and foodservice distributor in the Northeast, employing over 400 employees!

ACE ENDICO wants to assure you that their drivers are wearing gloves, and using sanitizing wipes and disinfectant sprays between deliveries. 

To place your order, click HERE.

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kerry@ducey.org (HH) Life Fri, 16 Oct 2020 06:19:00 -0400
Three States added to New York's Travel Advisory List https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/life/5090-three-states-added-to-new-york-s-travel-advisory-list5090-three-states-added-to-new-york-s-travel-advisory-list https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/life/5090-three-states-added-to-new-york-s-travel-advisory-list5090-three-states-added-to-new-york-s-travel-advisory-list

Yesterday, Governor Andrew Cuomo added three states to the NY State Travel Advisory list.

Ohio, Michigan and Virginia have been added to New York's COVID Travel Advisory. These three states join 35 other states and territories reported yesterday from which travelers arriving to New York must self-quarantine for 14 days. See the full list here

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commandercarey@gmail.com (Peter Carey) Life Wed, 14 Oct 2020 08:50:24 -0400
Introducing Lewis, the District Attorney's First Facility Dog https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/politics/5089-introducing-lewis-the-district-attorney-s-first-facility-dog5089-introducing-lewis-the-district-attorney-s-first-facility-dog https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/politics/5089-introducing-lewis-the-district-attorney-s-first-facility-dog5089-introducing-lewis-the-district-attorney-s-first-facility-dog

Westchester County District Attorney Anthony A. Scarpino, Jr. is introducing the Office’s first “facility dog,” Lewis is specially trained to work with victims and witnesses to help relieve their stress during the criminal justice process. Lewis will help make what is often a traumatic and stressful experience a bit easier for those who, through no fault of their own, find themselves involved in our criminal justice system. As of mid-September, Lewis became a full-time member of the DA staff.

DA Scarpino explains, “For witnesses and victims, sitting through interviews and preparing for trial is a very stressful time, especially for child witnesses, victims of domestic and elder abuse, and victims of sexual assault. Retelling and reliving those moments can be extremely difficult. Medical professionals have confirmed that having a dog to comfort them, whether in meetings or in court, can help relieve that stress. We are delighted to bring this extra special level of care to those who need it most. Lewis is a great addition to our Office and the work we do for the people of Westchester.”

Lewis is a 2-year-old Labrador retriever and his trained handler is Assistant District Attorney Brian Bendish of the Superior Court Trial Division. Bendish took three weeks of specialized training to bond with Lewis and learn the 40 advanced commands Lewis responds to. The training consisted of intensive lectures, hands-on training, and multiple examinations in order to acquire public certification. Training is ongoing, requiring strict consistency and structure implemented by ADA Bendish to ensure Lewis adheres to his trained behaviors. As part of his work, Bendish will attend all appointments with Lewis, issue his commands, and oversee the dog’s daily needs.

ADA Bendish said, “Lewis is an exceptional animal. He is amazingly calm and sweet. He is trained not to approach anyone unless he is told to. I really look forward to seeing how his easy demeanor will de-stress situations for our victims and witnesses. I am really excited to continue to integrate Lewis into the DA’s Office and let him do this important job going forward. I think he is just a great addition to our Office.”

Lewis was raised and trained by the nonprofit Canine Companions for Independence and has been granted to the Westchester County District Attorney’s Office free of charge. It’s estimated that his two years of training and that of his handler costs roughly $50,000, paid for by donations to Canine Companions. The cost of his ongoing care and feeding is being taken care of by private funds within the Office. Every Division is delighted that Lewis is onboard. Canine Companions is the nation’s first and largest service dog organization, training dogs for special service roles since 1975.

“Canine Companions is thrilled to be partnering with the Westchester County District Attorney’s Office. Our continued connection working with our NYS District Attorneys is exemplified by the newest addition of Facility Dog Lewis,” said Debra Dougherty, Executive Director, Canine Companions for Independence Northeast Region. “Facility Dog Lewis’s sweet and very loyal demeanor paired with his handler will be a huge asset to their community, working with vulnerable victims and witnesses. Lewis will bring much-needed smiles and support to families in the criminal justice setting, as well as bridging a much-needed gap between the community and the system.”

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kerry@ducey.org (Westchester County DA) Politics Tue, 13 Oct 2020 08:20:35 -0400
Wellness Fair in Rye Brook October 16 & 17 https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/events/5088-wellness-fair-in-rye-brook-october-16-175088-wellness-fair-in-rye-brook-october-16-17 https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/events/5088-wellness-fair-in-rye-brook-october-16-175088-wellness-fair-in-rye-brook-october-16-17

Join us at Rye Ridge Plaza for 2 days of free outdoor fitness, wellness and family activities. Win a $500 fitness and wellness package with RSVP.

Visit stretchdspace.com/tips/ryeridge to RSVP.

The community event features: 

• Free outdoor workouts from SLT, Backyard Bodies & Rhonda Hunt.
• Assisted stretch*s and Hypervolt massage from Stretch*d through the two days.
• Performances from East Pointe Dance.
• Activations, demos and sampling from the local fitness and wellness community.
 
Social distancing and safety protocols apply. The exhibition area is open to all, however, all classes require pre-registration to participate. Sign up for as many classes as you like.
 
Friday 16 October

9 am: SLT Arms & Abs | 30-min
9:45 am: SLT Arms & Abs | 30-min
10:30 am: Backyard Bodies HIIT | 30-min
11:15 am: Family Stretch*d Class | 15-min
12 pm: Backyard Bodies HIIT | 30-min
 
Saturday 17 October

9 am: Rhonda Hunt HIIT | 30-min
9:45 am: East Pointe Dance Performance
10:30 am: Family Stretch*d Class | 15-min
11 am; 11:30 am; 12:30 am; 1:15 pm: East Pointe Dance Performances
 
For more event information and to sign up for classes visit stretchdspace.com/tips/ryeridge 
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kerry@ducey.org (submitted) Events Thu, 08 Oct 2020 12:20:19 -0400
Clay Art Center Concepts in Clay: Artists of Color Online Exhibit https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/places/5086-clay-art-center-concepts-in-clay-artists-of-color-online-exhibit5086-clay-art-center-concepts-in-clay-artists-of-color-online-exhibit https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/places/5086-clay-art-center-concepts-in-clay-artists-of-color-online-exhibit5086-clay-art-center-concepts-in-clay-artists-of-color-online-exhibit

Concepts in Clay: Artists of Color
Online Virtual Exhibit
October 26 – December 31, 2020

Concepts in Clay features the work of eight Black Artists, and brings together a collective voice that speaks about a variety of themes and processes as part of the continuum of artists of color working in clay in the US today. Clay is the vehicle that amplifies these voices, and within this collection, these artists not only share their work with us, but their thoughts on what present-day America means to each of them. As we move forward in turbulent and uncertain times in our society at large, this exhibition marks a place in time in the contemporary clay artist field.

The artists selected here make clay works that are wide ranging in the treatments of surfaces, processes, forms, materials and subject matter. This collection also investigates a variety of themes unique to the Black experience in America, from human relationships and interactions, identity and image of self, social justice and activism, to the outward expression of inner experiences.

With an exhibition statement by Paul Briggs, these artists also share their words with us to enhance the experience of visiting an exhibition online, another benchmark in our times.

Co-Curator Paul Briggs, is originally from New York and is presently an Associate Professor of Art Education at the Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA and Director of the historic Saturday Studios Program. Paul has exhibited widely across the US, and his work is in several private collections, as well as being featured in several educational and ceramics publications.

View online on our website at www.clayartcenter.org.

 

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kerry@ducey.org (Nancy Yates) Places Wed, 30 Sep 2020 13:17:02 -0400
Halloween Drive-In at Croton Point Park: The Addams Family and Goosebumps https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/events/5085-halloween-drive-in-at-croton-point-park-the-addams-family-and-goosebumps5085-halloween-drive-in-at-croton-point-park-the-addams-family-and-goosebumps https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/events/5085-halloween-drive-in-at-croton-point-park-the-addams-family-and-goosebumps5085-halloween-drive-in-at-croton-point-park-the-addams-family-and-goosebumps

The Croton Point Park parking lot will be transformed into a drive-in theater, presenting The Addams Family (PG, 2019) on Friday, October 9, and Goosebumps (PG, 2015) on Saturday, October 10, allowing movie-goers to enjoy classic, family-friendly films in a socially-distanced way.

The movies are presented by New York-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital as part of Westchester County Parks’ Screenings under the Stars series.

Westchester County Executive George Latimer said, “This year we have established socially distant drive-in movies as another desirable form of family-friendly entertainment, and we are delighted to partner with NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital in presenting two classic fall movies at Croton Point Park. I am grateful for the generosity of our partners who make such programming possible for the families of Westchester.”

“NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital is pleased to sponsor this socially distanced Halloween family activity. We believe in and support the communities we serve and look forward to partnering with Westchester County on other family friendly programs in the future,“said Stacey Petrower, President of NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital.

The Addams Family tells the story of an eccentrically macabre family that moves to a bland suburb where Wednesday Addams' friendship with the daughter of a hostile and conformist local reality show host exacerbates conflict between the families. In Goosebumps, a teenager teams up with the daughter of young adult horror author R. L. Stine after the writer's imaginary demons are set free on the town of Madison, Delaware.

Both movies will be ticketed-admission events, with purchase available by online pre-sale only.

Tickets go on sale for The Addams Family on Tuesday, Sept. 29 at 2 p.m. online at https://wcparks.ticketleap.com/driveincroton/

Tickets are $20 per car and there will be limited capacity following distancing protocols. Goosebumps tickets will go on sale at the same link on Wednesday, Sept. 30, also starting at 2 p.m.

Moviegoers will be asked to maintain a six-foot distance from others when exiting their vehicles, and to wear a mask at all times when outside their vehicles. No gatherings will be permitted. Exiting your vehicle will be permitted when using the port-o-sans, which will be available and will be serviced routinely. Hand sanitizer will also be available.

New York-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital’s Screenings under the Stars is presented by Westchester County Parks and Sharc Creative with Westchester Parks Foundation, and support from Entergy, Westchester Talk Radio, 100.7 WHUD, 107.1 The Peak, Hamlethub, Robison, LLP, Tompkins Mahopac Bank, Inspiria Outdoor Advertising, and Westchester Magazine.

The ticket link will be listed at parks.westchestergov.com.

 

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kerry@ducey.org (Kerry Anne Ducey) Events Mon, 28 Sep 2020 08:56:26 -0400
Westchester County Health Commissioner Receives “Doctors of Distinction” Award For 2020 https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/neighbors/5084-westchester-county-health-commissioner-receives-doctors-of-distinction-award-for-20205084-westchester-county-health-commissioner-receives-doctors-of-distinction-award-for-2020 https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/neighbors/5084-westchester-county-health-commissioner-receives-doctors-of-distinction-award-for-20205084-westchester-county-health-commissioner-receives-doctors-of-distinction-award-for-2020

Amler named a COVID-19 Hero who worked tirelessly in fighting the Coronavirus pandemic 

Westchester County’s Health Commissioner, Sherlita Amler, MD, has been named a COVID-19 Hero in Westfair’s 2020 Doctors of Distinction Awards. Amler, who has served as Westchester County’s Health Commissioner for the past nine years, is being honored for her exceptional efforts to keep the public healthy and safe during the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic. Since the onset of the pandemic in March, Amler has continued to be a true hero on the front lines, and was an integral part of stopping the spread of COVID-19 throughout Westchester County.

Amler said: “Westchester was one of the first true epicenters of the Coronavirus pandemic in the country beginning with a cluster of cases in New Rochelle – our County had never before seen a contagion like this one. But, our public health team stepped into action immediately, putting aside every other responsibility they had to address head on this crisis as it emerged in our community. We are enduring a difficult year in 2020, and I am honored to be one of many who are being recognized in Westfair’s 2020 Doctors of Distinction Awards.”

Westchester County Executive George Latimer said: “Dr. Amler has done a tremendous job in helping Westchester County overcome the Coronavirus pandemic, and she has done so with a professionalism and compassion that is undeniable. I am extremely proud that she has been recognized as one of Westfair’s 2020 Doctors of Distinction, an honor that is so well deserved especially during what has been such a trying year for our communities and residents.”

The annual award ceremony, which will take place virtually this year on Thursday, September 24, celebrates extraordinary health care providers who have gone above and beyond to provide top-quality care and service to patients in Westchester and Fairfield counties.

To watch the ceremony on your web browser, click here.

To watch the ceremony on YouTube, click here.

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kerry@ducey.org (Westchester County) Neighbors Thu, 24 Sep 2020 03:44:30 -0400
Today is National Voter Registration Day https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/politics/5082-today-is-national-voter-registration-day5082-today-is-national-voter-registration-day https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/politics/5082-today-is-national-voter-registration-day5082-today-is-national-voter-registration-day

National Voter Registration Day on the Fourth Tuesday in September urges citizens to register to vote. Make your vote count!

More than 300,000 Americans registered to vote in the inaugural day the observance in 2012. That number jumped to 800,000 in 2018. The day helps to ensure eligible voters register in their districts each year. The awareness campaign provides valuable information for each state, too. Timed ideally a few months before some of the bigger elections of the year, the day places information in the hands of the voters at the right time.  

There are hundreds of local, state and national organizations driving the day and bringing it to you, too. Partner organizations help also by coordinating thousands of public events to bring awareness about ballot initiatives, local elections, and voter registration.

HOW TO OBSERVE #VoterRegistrationDay

If your right to vote means anything to you, make sure you’re registered. While registration isn’t required in every state, every state has minimum requirements. Knowing what they are and being prepared to vote is an important part of a democracy.

Learn about your voter rights and requirements. Be informed by checking where your polling place is. You can also learn more about mail-in voting. If you have any questions about voter registration, all the answers are conveniently located in one place. Each state has different requirements. So, if you’ve moved recently, be sure to know the requirements where you live. Make your vote count. Visit www.nationalvoterregistrationday.org to learn more.

Register to vote and use #VoterRegistrationDay to post on social media.

NATIONAL VOTER REGISTRATION DAY HISTORY

The National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS) established the first National Voter Registration Day on September 25, 2012.  In 2014, the NASS established the Fourth Tuesday of September as the official day for National Voter Registration Day.

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kerry@ducey.org (nationalday.com) Politics Tue, 22 Sep 2020 07:09:59 -0400
Meet the Official I LOVE NY Fall Foliage Leaf Peepers! https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/life/5083-meet-the-official-i-love-ny-fall-foliage-leaf-peepers5083-meet-the-official-i-love-ny-fall-foliage-leaf-peepers https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/life/5083-meet-the-official-i-love-ny-fall-foliage-leaf-peepers5083-meet-the-official-i-love-ny-fall-foliage-leaf-peepers

This year, I LOVE NY is thrilled to welcome exciting new additions to our dedicated team of spotters for the Fall Foliage Report. Meet the “Official I LOVE NY Leaf Peepers” who will be reporting expected changes in fall color from across New York State throughout the season. Follow along on the I LOVE NY Instagram (and their personal accounts!) as they share their most mesmerizing fall color shots and the best areas to find New York State’s spectacular autumn leaves!

Official Fall Foliage Leaf Peepers TEAM!

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kerry@ducey.org (NY State Parks) Life Tue, 22 Sep 2020 03:29:00 -0400
Ace Endico To Go is celebrating the colorful season of fall with home delivery promos and free gifts! https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/places/5081-ace-endico-to-go-is-celebrating-the-colorful-season-of-fall-with-home-delivery-promos-and-free-gifts5081-ace-endico-to-go-is-celebrating-the-colorful-season-of-fall-with-home-delivery-promos-and-free-gifts https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/places/5081-ace-endico-to-go-is-celebrating-the-colorful-season-of-fall-with-home-delivery-promos-and-free-gifts5081-ace-endico-to-go-is-celebrating-the-colorful-season-of-fall-with-home-delivery-promos-and-free-gifts

Fall means home delivery promos and free gifts from Ace Endico To Go!

  • Buy Crown Maple Bourbon Barrel Aged Maple Syrup and get a FREE box of pancake mix! Please use promo code FALLFUN1  at checkout to get this FREE item added to your order!

  • Buy an Apple Tarte Tatin by French Kiss Patisserie and get a FREE pint of Gelarto’s vanilla gelato! Please use promo code FALLFUN2 at checkout to get this FREE item added to your order!

When COVID-19 hit, ACE Endico sprung into action and began delivering its top quality products to homes throughout Westchester and Connecticut.  Choose from over 2,000 items on newly launched Ace Endico To Go and your groceries will be delivered the next day (and it’s free if you spend $200 or more!) 

Ace Endico, a family-owned business that began with humble roots in a small garage in Mt. Vernon, New York in 1982  is now the leading regional food purveyor and foodservice distributor in the Northeast, employing over 400 employees!

Click here to learn about Ace Endico To Go.

Ace Endico wants to assure you that their drivers are wearing gloves, and using sanitizing wipes and disinfectant sprays between deliveries.

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kerry@ducey.org (HH) Places Wed, 16 Sep 2020 02:47:00 -0400
Brewster HamletHub Recognized by Village Officials https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/neighbors/5080-brewster-hamlethub-and-other-village-businesses-recognized-by-village-officials5080-brewster-hamlethub-and-other-village-businesses-recognized-by-village-officials https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/neighbors/5080-brewster-hamlethub-and-other-village-businesses-recognized-by-village-officials5080-brewster-hamlethub-and-other-village-businesses-recognized-by-village-officials

Brewster HamletHub has been recognized, along with other Village businesses for their work in keeping Village and Town residents informed and safe during the Coronavirus pandemic.

As businesses are slowly starting to be able to open their doors again, the Village of Brewster extended a thank you to all of the businesses who were considered essential and stayed open or were asked to stay open during this time.

In June, the Village of Brewster Board of Trustees asked the public to nominate businesses in the Village who have supported the community throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. These businesses may have donated food to those in need or were complying with social distancing rules and staying open to serve the public and/or keeping them well informed.

Brewster HamletHub and it's Editors were considered and recognized as a vital and essential part of the community for keeping Village residents informed throughout the emergency.

The Village of Brewster honored these businesses at their July 15th Board of Trustee meeting with proclamations. Due to Social Distancing guidelines a large ceremony was not possible but Village representatives held small gatherings on the sidewalk in Front of Village Hall on Main Street and even went to some establishments to deliver the proclamations such as the Brewster Public Library who they cited as an instrumental service for their patrons and residents. Hamlet Hub was recognized on Monday August 24th by Trustees Mary Bryde and George Gaspar along with Village Clerk Michelle Chiudina for their work at Village Hall.

The following businesses were recognized at the July 15, 2020 Board of Trustees Meeting:

Brewster Hamlethub

Brewster Public Library

Moonlight Cafe

Kobacker's Market

Country Kitchen

Pizza Place

Bob's Diner

The Brewster Shipping Center

Suburban Carting

Tom & Jerry's

 

 

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kerry@ducey.org (Village of Brewster) Neighbors Fri, 11 Sep 2020 17:21:33 -0400
Drive In Movie "Dirty Dancing" this Saturday at Putnam Country Golf Course https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/events/5079-watch-summer-classic-film-dirty-dancing5079-watch-summer-classic-film-dirty-dancing https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/events/5079-watch-summer-classic-film-dirty-dancing5079-watch-summer-classic-film-dirty-dancing

Westchester based Sharc Creative continues Summer Drive-in Movie Series with a special screening of Dirty Dancing on Saturday, September 12 at 8pm. 

The screening takes place at the Putnam Country Golf Course in Mahopac. Tickets ($40 per car) are available HERE.

Close out the summer with the 33rd Anniversary of the cultural phenomenon Dirty Dancing! Arrive in your own private vehicle wearing your favorite 1980s polyester outfits. (Optional)

ACADEMY AWARD WINNING COMPOSER OF THE FILM'S 2 CLASSIC SONGS WILL BE DOING A LIVE ZOOM Q&A . . . HIS NEW HIT "ONE WORLD" WILL BE SHOWN 
 
The producers of On Hold Messaging, Podcasting and Mobile Digital Ads also have been the Creators behind the Curtain for the Entergy Screenings Under the Stars Summer Series the past 8 years. Together with Westchester County Parks and the support of their Title Sponsor Entergy Indian Point Energy Center, they have been able to provide the community with a 50 foot Blow Up Screen while bringing thousands of people together to "create great family memories".
 
This year, with social distancing protocols in place due to Covid-19, Sharc Creative has actually expanded the platform as a Drive-In Theme. They set a record recently with hosting a double-sided Screen at Playland Park offering up to 2,000 social distanced people spaced appropriately in 400 cars!
 
Sharc Creative in conjunction with Westchester County Parks have had great attendance at their 4 previous outdoor films this Summer. Two at the Historic Kensico Dam Plaza, with two added to the program at Playland Park, Playland's first ever Screening.
 
The exciting drive-in style has expanded to Putnam as well ! Putnam County Golf Course along with Homestyle Catering have been added to this special Dirty Dancing screening & Q&A.
 
Saturday, September 12th. Screening takes place at the Putnam County Golf Course in Mahopac, NY. Event begins at 8pm. Tickets available at PutnamCountyGC.com 
 
Special thanks to all of our Sponsors: Entergy-Indian Point Energy Center, New York Presbyterian-Hudson Valley Hospital, Tompkins Mahopac Bank, Robison, ENT & Allergy, Fidelis Care, Putnam Talk Radio, Westchester Magazine, WHUD, The Peak, Hamlet Hub, WestFair Communications, Sharc Creative, HomeStyle Catering,  Putnam County Tourism, & Putnam County Golf Course.
 
 

Dirty Dancing - Movie Clip #10 - Time Of My Life

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kerry@ducey.org (HH) Events Tue, 08 Sep 2020 12:30:09 -0400
Get Lost this Fall: Corn Mazes in NY State https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/places/5078-corn-mazes-in-ny-state5078-corn-mazes-in-ny-state https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/places/5078-corn-mazes-in-ny-state5078-corn-mazes-in-ny-state

Looking for a local corn maze or hayride in New York?  Just select your area from the list below. 

Updates for September 2020

September: Many corn mazes are open now, just scroll down the page. And if you are looking for a pumpkin patch, this website for pumpkin patches). You may also want to try the latest fun, Zombie Paintball, see this website!.

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kerry@ducey.org (cornmazesandmore.org) Places Mon, 07 Sep 2020 08:56:02 -0400
Cuomo: NY wil set up Covid-19 test sites at NYC area airports https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/places/5073-cuomo-ny-wil-set-up-covid-19-test-sites-at-nyc-area-airports5073-cuomo-ny-wil-set-up-covid-19-test-sites-at-nyc-area-airports https://news.hamlethub.com/rye/places/5073-cuomo-ny-wil-set-up-covid-19-test-sites-at-nyc-area-airports5073-cuomo-ny-wil-set-up-covid-19-test-sites-at-nyc-area-airports

Governor Andrew Cuomo, in a press conference on Long Island Monday, said that NY State will set up Covid-19 testing sites at both John F. Kennedy and LaGuardia Airport in NYC.  

“We’re actually setting up testing sites at our airports. We’ll be able to do faster testing of people coming in, including hospital staff," Cuomo said.

Cuomo said the coronavirus testing sites at JFK and LaGuardia will be set up by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and New York City Health + Hospitals and also operates the City’s Clinics and Public Hospitals.

After being hard hit at he beginning of the pandemic NY has lowered its daily infection rate to  amongst the lowest in the nation. The state has also implemented a mandatory 14 day isolation on travelers from states with high infections rate. 

Travelers who do not comply with the state’s order requiring travelers to file a contact tracing form upon arrival in NY could face a fine.

Both New York City and NY State have been cracking down on travel from these high risk states for weeks, asking airlines to hand out the forms, mandating hotels have their guests fill them out, and setting up checkpoints at bridge and tunnel crossings in NYC.

The Port Authority of NY & NJ, who own and operate the area's three biggest airports (Newark in NJ along with JFK and LaGuardia) have been working with local and state officials regarding the testing sites but Cuomo did not give specific details as to when the sites would ready to operate.

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kerry@ducey.org (Peter Carey) Places Tue, 25 Aug 2020 09:35:27 -0400