Ryebrook's HamletHub https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook Tue, 18 Sep 2018 22:59:28 -0400 HamletHub.com First Meeting of the Westchester School Safety Commission https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/publicsafety/4925-first-meeting-of-the-westchester-school-safety-commission4925-first-meeting-of-the-westchester-school-safety-commission https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/publicsafety/4925-first-meeting-of-the-westchester-school-safety-commission4925-first-meeting-of-the-westchester-school-safety-commission

Sept. 18, 2018 -- With the school year underway, Westchester County District Attorney Anthony A. Scarpino, Jr. kicked off the first meeting of the Westchester County School Safety Commission (WSSC). In attendance were Deputy County Executive Ken Jenkins and leaders representing schools, students, educators, mental health experts and law enforcement throughout Westchester County. The Commission has been formed in collaboration with County Executive George Latimer. 

The mission of the WSSC is to implement best practices in safety evaluation and procedures in schools of all levels throughout Westchester County to keep our students safe in the event of a credible threat or violent incident.  A primary focus is to increase and enhance communication and cooperation between schools and local law enforcement, and issue guidelines for countywide protocols.

In his opening remarks, DA Scarpino said: “This is what keeps me up at night--What happens when someone bent on violence enters one of our schools?” And in light of that, he told the commission what he would like it to accomplish: “The State already mandates that each public school and BOCES file annual updated building-level Emergency Response Plans. Part of our agenda is to explore how those individual plans can be incorporated into countywide responsiveness. And that ties in with the greater mission of this Commission: to create a program of consistent protocols in response to threats or emergencies in any building, on any campus-public or private; and appropriate training and understanding for all stakeholders including students, parents and community members.”

DA Scarpino also renewed his call for the State Legislature to pass the Extreme Risk Protection Order bill, or so-called Red Flag Law, that empowers community members to report concerns about people in crisis, and give law enforcement and the legal system a way to temporarily take weapons out the hands of someone who may harm themselves or others.

Special Presentations
As part of the kickoff, several attendees gave presentations on key area of concerns:

  • “Active Shooter” presentation by Joe Tadrick, Protective Security Advisor, US Dept. of Homeland Security, Office of Infrastructure Protection.
  • School Resource Officers training presentation (SRO) by Sergeant Amery Bernhardt of the Westchester County Department of Public Safety
  • Mental Health training and services presentation by Commissioner Michael Orth, Westchester County Department of Public Health.
  • Presentation on student health and education privacy laws (FERPA/HIPAA) by Attorney Adrienne Arkontaky, V.P./Managing Attorney at Cuddy Law Firm, White Plains

Next Steps
The members of WSSC are assigned to committees to work on specific research and reporting. The two committees are “Crisis Management” and “Threat Prevention and Intervention.” They will collaborate on how to evaluate and secure buildings in advance of and during an incident; how to communicate with law enforcement, other facilities, families and students before, during and after an incident; learn awareness about the red flags that a person in crisis may be exhibiting; and train teachers, staff and volunteers in these best practices. Dates for future meetings are pending. The WSSC expects to release a report by the end of the 2018-2019 school year.

County Executive Latimer said of the Commission:  “As Westchester school children head back for the beginning of the year, County officials are continually working to ensure the safety of all of our schools. This Commission, a joint effort between my Administration and DA Scarpino, is tasked with finding solutions which meet the needs of all parties involved by both keeping our children safe while also making sure schools are places where our kids feel at ease and can focus on learning. That is why these efforts and those undertaken by our County Police, including constantly working to be prepared through communication and training for any type of horrific incident, are so important. I look forward to many positive meetings like the one we held today.”

Scarpino reminded the gathering that the School Safety Commission supports the District Attorney’s mission to create a safer community. “By bringing together a group of stakeholders with the knowledge, expertise and communications skills to develop protocols focused on keeping our schools safe places for teaching and learning, we will be better positioned to respond to and take a more proactive approach to possible threats in the future.”

kerry@ducey.org (Westchester DA) Public safety Tue, 18 Sep 2018 12:44:45 -0400
September 29 is a Sensory Friendly Morning at The Maritime https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/neighbors/4924-september-29-is-a-sensory-friendly-morning-at-the-maritime4924-september-29-is-a-sensory-friendly-morning-at-the-maritime https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/neighbors/4924-september-29-is-a-sensory-friendly-morning-at-the-maritime4924-september-29-is-a-sensory-friendly-morning-at-the-maritime

For some, The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk is a place with too many stimuli. So on Sat., Sept. 29, the Aquarium is planning a special morning to give guests with sensory-processing differences a fun, comfortable and accepting environment.

During the “Sensory-Friendly Morning,” lights in the Aquarium will be lower, and music and other sounds will be turned down or off.

Additionally, with the Aquarium opening on Sept. 29 at 8 a.m., two hours earlier than usual, special-needs guests averse to crowds will be less likely to encounter them.

In The Maritime Aquarium’s IMAX® Theater, the movies “Pandas” at 9 a.m. and “Backyard Wilderness” at 10 a.m. will be shown with the volume lowered and the theater lights dimmed less than usual. (An IMAX movie is included with Aquarium admission.)

Also on Sept. 29, a special low-volume seal-training demonstration is planned for 8:30 a.m.  And the regular 11:45 a.m. seal-training demonstration will be delayed until noon.

A “quiet room” will be available for guests that need a place to calm. For families that need to leave within the first 30 minutes of arrival, passes will be available to come back and try again another day.

The Maritime Aquarium’s “Sensory-Friendly Mornings” are offered several times a year, after being designed with input from staff members with special-needs children and siblings, and from Easter Seals of Coastal Fairfield County. Training of Aquarium staff and volunteers was conducted by Cooperative Educational Services in Trumbull (CES).

Normal admission prices apply on “Sensory-Friendly Morning”:  $24.95 for adults; $22.95 for youths (13-17) & seniors (65+); and $17.95 for ages 3-12. Children under 3 are free.

For more details about the popular Connecticut family attraction’s exhibits, IMAX movies and programs this fall, call (203) 852-0700 or go to www.maritimeaquarium.org.

kerry@ducey.org (Dave Sigworth) Neighbors Fri, 14 Sep 2018 02:31:08 -0400
Ella Jewell Foundation Holds Spooktacular Event at at Grand Prix New York https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/charities/4923-ella-jewell-foundation-holds-spooktacular-event-at-at-grand-prix-new-york4923-ella-jewell-foundation-holds-spooktacular-event-at-at-grand-prix-new-york https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/charities/4923-ella-jewell-foundation-holds-spooktacular-event-at-at-grand-prix-new-york4923-ella-jewell-foundation-holds-spooktacular-event-at-at-grand-prix-new-york

Ella Jewell Foundation Spooktacular Fundraising Event at Grand Prix New York in Mount Kisco on October 21st

Fundraising event on 10/29 at Grand Prix New York. An evening of Bowling, Dinner Buffet, Kid Halloween Costume Contest, DJ, Sparklicious Fun, Adult Race, Raffle Prizes and MORE! Tickets can be purchased online at www.ellajewellfoundation.org. 

The Ella Jewell Foundation, a local non-profit organization, raises funds for neutropenia and other childhood bone marrow failure diseases research. A local family is on a mission to raise funds for research, raise awareness and make a difference! Please join us for a fun-filled evening while supporting an amazing cause. 

Every penny the foundation raises is donated and benefits research being conducted at the University of Washington in Seattle by Dr. David C. Dale and Team.  Please help us to support your local charity and help to make a difference!

Purchase tickets and learn more about the Ella Jewell Foundation HERE.

A proud sponsor of the EJF, Sparklicious will donate ALL profits made the week leading up to the event. October 15th-22nd. That means that profits from all gifts purchased, parties booked, sparkle deliveries scheduled, walk-in crafts and glamour services will be donated to the Ella Jewell Foundation. Sparklicious offers parties, clubs and open studio hours for crafts and glamour services. Be sure to visit their website www.sparklicious.com for more information on club, open hours and sparkly parties. 

kerry@ducey.org (Ella Jewell Foundation) Charities Thu, 13 Sep 2018 17:44:36 -0400
From the SPACE Kitchen: No Noodle Zucchini Lasagna https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/life/4922-from-the-space-kitchen-no-noodle-zucchini-lasagna4922-from-the-space-kitchen-no-noodle-zucchini-lasagna https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/life/4922-from-the-space-kitchen-no-noodle-zucchini-lasagna4922-from-the-space-kitchen-no-noodle-zucchini-lasagna

From the SPACE Kitchen

"Eating is deeply personal and emotional, and rooted in your upbringing."

This is Chef Min Liao's first season as a Resident Chef with SPACE. She has cooked for both of SPACE's Family Residencies and we've never seen happier kids! Read an interview with her on our blog.

No Noodle Zucchini Lasagna

A gluten-free Italian delight!

  • 2 large Ryder Farm zucchini
  • 1 bell pepper
  • 1 onion, diced
  • 1 cup tomato paste
  • 16oz canned tomato sauce
  • 2 tbsp. fresh basil
  • 1 tbsp. fresh oregano
  • 1 egg
  • 15 ounces ricotta cheese
  • 1 bunch of Ryder Farm kale
  • 8 ounces shredded mozzarella cheese
  • 8 ounces grated parmesan

Serves 6-8 people. Grease a 9x13 baking dish. Slice zucchini lengthwise into long strips.  Place in a colander and cover generously with salt.  Allow to sit for 15-20 minutes so the juice can drain. Saute onion and bell pepper on stove.  Once they have softened, stir in tomato paste and tomato sauce.  Add basil and oregano. Bring to a boil then reduce heat and simmer.  Combine egg and ricotta in a bowl. Steam kale. Spread ½ the tomato sauce on the bottom of the baking dish, layer ½ zucchini on top (like you would lasagna noodles), ½ ricotta, all of the kale, ½ mozzarella, the remaining tomato sauce, remaining zucchini slices (or however many it takes to create another full layer-you’ll probably have some slices leftover), remaining ricotta, and remaining mozzarella.  Sprinkle with parmesan. Cover with foil and bake 45 minutes.  Uncover and bake for an additional 15 minutes.

Ryder Farm
406 Starr Ridge Rd.
Brewster, NY  10509



keytocomputing@gmail.com (SPACE on Ryder Farm) Life Mon, 10 Sep 2018 02:03:16 -0400
Free Clay Day This Weekend https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/events/4921-free-clay-day-this-weekend4921-free-clay-day-this-weekend https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/events/4921-free-clay-day-this-weekend4921-free-clay-day-this-weekend

Clay Art Center’s

Open House & Free Clay Day


Fun for the Whole Family

Admission & Activities Are Free

Saturday, September 8th

1 – 4PM

Unplug with mud and experience hands-on-clay activities for the whole family,

meet our teachers and staff, tour the classrooms, shop and gallery

and learn more about our award winning youth classes.

  •         Hands-on Clay Activities for All Ages! Try your hand at the Potter’s Wheel and learn how to sculpt in clay.
  •         Enter a Raffle to Win a free Drop In Clay session for 4 people.
  •         Meet our professional ceramic artist teachers who specialize in kindling a passion for creative expression.
  •         Learn about our award winning youth classes & camps and how children are rediscovering the transformational qualities of working with clay.
  •         Shop handmade, one-of-a-kind ceramic pottery and sculpture by local artists at the Shop at CAC with 10% off during Open House.

Stop by for a tour of our classrooms and spend time playing with clay! For newcomers and the curious! This event will include FREE hands-on-clay activities including trying the potter’s wheel. Clay Art Center teachers & staff will be available for tours, demonstrations, and to answer your questions about classes and/or camps. Refreshments will be served and fun will be had in generous amounts.


Unplug from technology and engage with the arts while discovering the transformational qualities of working with clay. Your child will make new friends while expanding their imaginations and creating something of their own. Weekly classes are taught by professional ceramic artists who specialize in kindling a passion for creative expression in children. Winner of Westchester Family Favorite and Kids Out & About Reader Favorite. For more information: https://www.clayartcenter.org/youth-families-classes

Clay Art Center is a nationally recognized non-profit center for the advancement and practice of ceramic arts offering exhibitions, clay classes for adults and children, studio spaces for clay artists and outreach programs in the community.  It is located in the heart of Port Chester at 40 Beech Street, Port Chester, NY 10573. Gallery and SHOP hours are Monday - Saturday, 10am-5pm or by appointment.         


Nikkicaps@yahoo.com (Nicole Ball) Events Thu, 06 Sep 2018 17:11:01 -0400
The 57th Annual Armonk Outdoor Art Show will take place on September 29 and September 30 https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/events/4920-the-57th-annual-armonk-outdoor-art-show-will-take-place-on-september-29-and-september-304920-the-57th-annual-armonk-outdoor-art-show-will-take-place-on-september-29-and-september-30 https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/events/4920-the-57th-annual-armonk-outdoor-art-show-will-take-place-on-september-29-and-september-304920-the-57th-annual-armonk-outdoor-art-show-will-take-place-on-september-29-and-september-30

The 57th Annual Armonk Outdoor Art Show will take place on September 29 and September 30 at 205 Business Park Drive in Armonk.

This fine art and fine crafts juried show is sponsored by the Friends of the North Castle Public Library, Inc. Proceeds benefit the North Castle Public Library and its Whippoorwill Hall theater. The Art Show is run by community volunteers. Armonk, part of the Town of North Castle, is located in Westchester County, which has a population of 949,113.

It is 35 miles north of New York City. Nearby communities include Bedford, Chappaqua, Rye, Scarsdale and Greenwich. Fairfield County, CT, which includes Greenwich and Stamford, has a population of 916,829. You can learn more about Armonk by visiting the Town of North Castle, Armonk Chamber of Commerce, and All About Armonk websites.

The Show is 1/4 mile from Exits 3/3S off Route I-684, 10 miles north of I-287 and I-95, 5 miles from the Merritt and Hutchinson Parkways, 20 minutes from the Tappan Zee Bridge (see where we are on the map for traveling directions). Parking is free and within walking distance. Food is available for purchase at the Show.

If you would like to become an Art Show volunteer, please let us know. For more information about the Art Show, e-mail us at info@armonkoutdoorartshow.org.

kerry@ducey.org (Armonk Outdoor Art Show) Events Tue, 04 Sep 2018 13:55:06 -0400
Labor Day Sanitation Schedule https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/life/4919-labor-day-sanitation-schedule4919-labor-day-sanitation-schedule https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/life/4919-labor-day-sanitation-schedule4919-labor-day-sanitation-schedule


• Monday garbage collection will be collected Tuesday, Tuesday garbage collection will be collected Wednesday.
• Wednesday, Thursday and Friday garbage & recycling will remain the same.

annaleder@yahoo.com (Village of Rye Brook) Life Mon, 03 Sep 2018 16:34:41 -0400
Jacob Burns Film Center to Honor Broadway Producer Dori Berinstein and Robert Goldberg at Annual Gala https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/events/4918-jacob-burns-film-center-to-honor-broadway-producer-dori-berinstein-and-robert-goldberg-at-annual-gala4918-jacob-burns-film-center-to-honor-broadway-producer-dori-berinstein-and-robert-goldberg-at-annual-gala https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/events/4918-jacob-burns-film-center-to-honor-broadway-producer-dori-berinstein-and-robert-goldberg-at-annual-gala4918-jacob-burns-film-center-to-honor-broadway-producer-dori-berinstein-and-robert-goldberg-at-annual-gala

Celebrating the Imagination Builders; Jacob Burns Film Center to Honor Broadway Producer Dori Berinstein and Robert Goldberg, President of Yorke Construction at Annual Gala on Monday, September 17th

The Jacob Burns Film Center (JBFC), a nonprofit cultural arts center and one of the most successful suburban film houses in the country, will celebrate its meaningful connection to Broadway by honoring two visionaries of the theater community at its gala, BUILDING IMAGINATION, on Monday, September 17th.

Tony-Winning Producer and Emmy-Award-Winning Director Dori Berinstein will receive the Vision Award and Robert Goldberg, a JBFC Board Member and President of Yorke Construction, will receive the first ever David Swope Leadership Award, named after JBFC’s founding board member and chairman emeritus. Honorary Co-Chairs include Stage and Screen Actor Alan Cumming, Director and JBFC Board Member Ron Howard and Legendary Performer Bette Midler. Previous gala honorees include: Steven Spielberg, Ron Howard, Jonathan Demme, and Julie Taymor.

Ms. Berinstein has been a long-time JBFC fan, friend, and supporter. She is the curator and moderator of JBFC’s ongoing series Life on the Stage (in partnership with the Actors Fund), recently hosting a Q & A with the creative team behind The Band’s Visit, winner of 10 Tony Awards, including Best Musical. Recently, on August 21 was a showing of the original 1933 classic King Kong followed by a conversation with the creative team behind Kong’s fascinating transition from screen to technical marvel on stage. 

Dori has been an instrumental part of extending Broadway’s reach beyond the Great White Way through her documentary films and The Lights on Broadway Show Cards.  That exposure also includes a special treat at this year’s gala in previewing select numbers from her new Broadway Musical The Prom, which opens in October. The musical tells the story of a lesbian high school student from a small town in Indiana, who is not allowed to bring her girlfriend to the senior prom. Dori’s other Broadway productions include Legally Blonde: The Musical (Olivier Award), Thoroughly Modern Millie (Tony Award) and Fool Moon (Tony Award).

Robert (Bob) Goldberg, JBFC Board Member and President of Yorke Construction, builds artistic vision. Yorke’s legacy of serving the larger arts community can be felt around the region through their work with iconic and diverse cultural institutions such as Lincoln Center Theater, Stages for Success, New Victory Theater, and St. Ann’s Warehouse.  Bob literally brought JBFC’s campus to life as Yorke built the five-screen Theater complex and 27,000 foot Media Arts Lab. A champion of the JBFC, Bob is particularly dedicated to Creative Culture, a fellowship and residency program that fosters diverse voices and a thriving artistic community from the region, across the country, and around the world. 


“Dori and Bob share our commitment to building imagination,” said JBFC Executive Director, Edie Demas. “We are proud and honored to recognize Dori and Bob for their creativity, and artistic vision, as well as their unwavering dedication to our film, media education, and fellowship programs.”

All proceeds from Building Imagination fuels JBFC’s mission to present unique programs such as Life on the Stage, teach students new ways to tell their stories, prepare educators to integrate viewing and creating media in their classroom culture, and empower emerging artists.

JBFC also recently announced its line-up of fall programming that includes an exciting slate of events such as the reintroduction of Jonathan Demme’s Rarely Seen Cinema: Jenny Lumet Selects, The Best of the 2018 NY International Children’s Film Festival, Contemporary Arab Cinema and much more.

For more information on Jacob Burns Film Center, visit https://burnsfilmcenter.org/film, FB: @JacobBurnsFilmCenter, Twitter: @JBFC_ny and Instagram: @JBFC_pville.  

kerry@ducey.org (Josh Knoller) Events Wed, 29 Aug 2018 09:09:35 -0400
Salt + Sweat Makes Its Way to Rye Brook https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/places/4917-salt-sweat-makes-its-way-to-rye-brook4917-salt-sweat-makes-its-way-to-rye-brook https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/places/4917-salt-sweat-makes-its-way-to-rye-brook4917-salt-sweat-makes-its-way-to-rye-brook


Salt + Sweat is making its way to Rye Ridge Shopping Center! Salt + Sweat is a high-end wellness lounge that offers holistic treatments that will greatly improve your daily life and long-term health. Salt therapy also known as Halotherapy, offers health benefits to people of all ages, including children and the elderly. Their full spectrum infrared saunas provide a myriad of scientifically proven health and aesthetic benefits. Some of these include but are not limited to lowered blood pressure, muscle recovery, revived circulation, improved heart health and enhanced weight loss (burning between 400-600 calories in one 30-minute session.) By simply adding one of their treatments to your self- care routine your body will be left recovered and your soul renewed. Salt + Sweat will offer innovative treatment and technologies as well as workshops lead by wellness and health professionals and special events to provide continued education for the community. Salt + Sweat will be your new favorite meditative space as well as an opportunity to give your body a full detox. They will soon be opening their doors at their new location, 14c Rye Ridge Plaza, Rye Brook, NY!




annaleder@yahoo.com (Deven McCarthy) Places Tue, 28 Aug 2018 14:07:29 -0400
Clay Art Center’s Hand-in-Hand Annual Fall Benefit at Willow Ridge Country Club in Harrison https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/charities/4914-clay-art-center-s-hand-in-hand-annual-fall-benefit-at-willow-ridge-country-club-in-harrison4914-clay-art-center-s-hand-in-hand-annual-fall-benefit-at-willow-ridge-country-club-in-harrison https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/charities/4914-clay-art-center-s-hand-in-hand-annual-fall-benefit-at-willow-ridge-country-club-in-harrison4914-clay-art-center-s-hand-in-hand-annual-fall-benefit-at-willow-ridge-country-club-in-harrison

The Clay Art Center Board of Directors is thrilled to host their 11th Hand-in-Hand annual fall benefit. The gala fundraiser will be held on Thursday, October 18, 2018, 6-10PM at Willow Ridge Country Club, 123 North Street, Harrison, NY. 

The evening will feature tastings from local restaurants; signature cocktails; live music and dancing and other festivities; as well as a silent and live auction, featuring one-of-kind ceramic artwork from nationally recognized artists and many other unique items. Join in the festivities with celebrity auctioneer, Westchester County Executive George Latimer. Proceeds benefit Clay Art Center’s programs, youth scholarships and Artists-in-Residence.

This annual fall benefit attracts a lively and loyal audience of over 200 individuals. As one of our guests said last year – “As always, a fabulous night with great friends that feel like family!” 

In previous years, this fundraiser has boosted funding to our youth scholarship program, along with the Artist Residency programs. As a direct result of last year’s benefit and other programs, Clay Art Center was able to award more than one thousand scholarships to underserved and at-risk youths and adults. These scholarship recipients were given the opportunity to express themselves creatively and experience the transformational qualities of clay. Additionally, the funds supported year-long residencies for two young emerging artists, which culminated in an exhibition in Clay Art Center’s nationally recognized gallery.

At this year’s annual benefit, we are thrilled to celebrate the 20th year of our Residency program and honor two exceptional honorees who have made meaningful impacts on Clay Art Center’s growth and reach. The Residency program is uniquely designed for emerging artists who need time and space to develop their voices and has been a springboard for 40 individual artists over the years. Residents gain invaluable experience working in a community environment, teaching classes, sharing their technical knowledge and expertise, and managing many jobs around the studio. 

Arial Edwards was our Community Arts Director from 2008 to 2016, and during her time expanded our outreach programs exponentially, mobilizing a group of incredibly passionate teaching artists, volunteers, and community partners to bring arts education to thousands of individuals. Carver Center has been one of our most enthusiastic community partners over the past decade, dedicated to building brighter futures by serving, educating and empowering families and our partner in bringing arts enrichment to hundreds of Port Chester youths and families.

The annual fall benefit allows supporters of Clay Art Center to celebrate together and help support our goal of providing access to more individuals from our community with the opportunity to improve their lives by learning to express themselves through meaningful art making. Patrons from the tri-state area will enjoy live music, wine, and tempting cuisine from numerous area restaurants including Acuario, Alba’s, Andrea’s 25 North, Coals, Edo, Famous Greek Kitchen, Fogama, Frankie & Johnnie’s, Jewel of the Himalaya, Kishuya, Lombardos, North Street Tavern, Rela Café, Rye Roadhouse, Salsa Picante, Shiraz Kitchen, Saigonese, Spadaro Ristorante, Spice Kitchen, T&J Pizza and Pasta, and Tandoori. The evening will also include beer provided by Captain Lawrence Brewing Company, signature cocktails, and baked goods from Kneaded Bread, Lulu Patisserie, and White Plains Bake Shoppe.

Tickets and more information about the event can be found on our website at https://www.clayartcenter.org/events-benefits.

Clay Art Center was founded in 1957 by Katherine Choy and Henry Okamoto. Unknown to them at the time, Clay Art Center would grow into an 11,000 square foot non-profit art center that delivers programming for professional artists, students, collectors, and the Port Chester community at large. 

Clay Art Center is a nationally recognized non-profit center for the advancement and practice of ceramic arts offering exhibitions, clay classes for adults and children, studio spaces for clay artists and outreach programs in the community.  It is located in the heart of Port Chester at 40 Beech Street, Port Chester, NY 10573. Gallery and SHOP hours are Monday - Saturday, 10am-5pm or by appointment.

kerry@ducey.org (Clay pr) Charities Sat, 25 Aug 2018 11:44:32 -0400
TV Hit Survivor Announces Casting Call in Connecticut https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/life/4915-tv-hit-survivor-announces-casting-call-in-connecticut4915-tv-hit-survivor-announces-casting-call-in-connecticut https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/life/4915-tv-hit-survivor-announces-casting-call-in-connecticut4915-tv-hit-survivor-announces-casting-call-in-connecticut

Calling all super fans, first-timers and everyone in between! Join us for a casting call for the CBS reality show Survivor at Mohegan Sun on Thursday, September 20th.

Think you have what it takes to test your survival skills on WFSB’s hit reality TV show Survivor? The tribe has spoken and is telling you to get to Mohegan Sun for the casting call. Auditions are being held Thursday, September 20th from 2:00pm – 6:00pm in The Shops concourse at Mohegan Sun.

Learn more here.

*Note: Must be 18 years of age or older to participate in casting call.

kerry@ducey.org (Kerry Anne Ducey) Life Sat, 25 Aug 2018 02:00:00 -0400
Puttin’ on the Dog in Greenwich on September 16! https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/events/4913-puttin-on-the-dog-in-greenwich-on-september-164913-puttin-on-the-dog-in-greenwich-on-september-16 https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/events/4913-puttin-on-the-dog-in-greenwich-on-september-164913-puttin-on-the-dog-in-greenwich-on-september-16

Puttin’ on the Dog will be bringing the party back to Roger Sherman Baldwin Park, Greenwich, CT on Sunday, September 16th. Last year Puttin' on the Dog attracted about 5,000 attendees.

Adopt-A-Dog wants this year to be the best year yet, so all of our fan favorite Puttin’ on the Dog events will be returning. Expect to see adoptable dog parades, fun demonstrations, entertaining competitions, a scavenger hunt and so much more!

Tickets are $18 per person - children under 10 are free if accompanied by parent/guardian!

Purchase your tickets here.

kerry@ducey.org (Adopt A Dog) Events Fri, 24 Aug 2018 02:57:31 -0400
Broadway Week Begins Sept 3 ~ Tickets Going Fast https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/events/4912-broadway-week-begins-sept-3-tickets-going-fast4912-broadway-week-begins-sept-3-tickets-going-fast https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/events/4912-broadway-week-begins-sept-3-tickets-going-fast4912-broadway-week-begins-sept-3-tickets-going-fast

There's nothing like live theater–and no place for it like Broadway.

NYC Broadway Week 9/3-16

Experience the handmade magic firsthand with 2-for-1 tickets to some of the most spectacular performances on stage this season. Explore shows and book tickets here.

Certain terms and conditions may apply and there are blackout dates.

Tickets are in limited quantities and are subject to availability.

NYC Broadway Week is a twice-yearly celebration of live theater at its pinnacle: the Broadway stage. Since 2011, the program has invited show goers to explore a multitude of Broadway’s electric productions with 2-for-1 tickets—one of the only offers of its kind.

NYC Broadway Week Fall 2018 runs from September 3 through 16. To buy tickets, visit the official NYC Broadway Week page. Browse the entire lineup of participating productions or filter by genre, family-friendly shows and even recent Tony Award winners.

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keytocomputing@gmail.com (NYCGo) Events Tue, 21 Aug 2018 15:03:32 -0400
New York Botanical Garden Spooky Pumpkin Garden Opens September 22 https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/places/4911-new-york-botanical-garden-spooky-pumpkin-garden-opens-september-224911-new-york-botanical-garden-spooky-pumpkin-garden-opens-september-22 https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/places/4911-new-york-botanical-garden-spooky-pumpkin-garden-opens-september-224911-new-york-botanical-garden-spooky-pumpkin-garden-opens-september-22

New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) Spooky Pumpkin Garden September 22 - October 31

NYBG’s Everett Children’s Adventure Garden gets a spooky Halloween makeover with eye-popping pumpkins, silly scarecrows, and plenty of fun!

Every day kids can explore more than 100 friendly larger-than-life scarecrows set among nearly 1,000 rare and unusual pumpkins and gourds; pot up a spooky black coleus to take home; put on your own haunting show with insect, bat, owl, and scarecrow puppets; and investigate a mysterious Victorian playhouse to learn all about bats. Weekends bring even more fall fun with pumpkin carving demonstrations by some of NYC’s best artists and interactive demonstrations featuring creepy creatures like giant bats and reptiles.

Learn more on the event Facebook Page here.

kerry@ducey.org (NYBG) Places Sat, 18 Aug 2018 12:57:10 -0400
Pop Over to CORNucopia Labor Day Weekend at Philipsburg Manor https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/places/4910-pop-over-to-cornucopia-labor-day-weekend-at-philipsburg-manor4910-pop-over-to-cornucopia-labor-day-weekend-at-philipsburg-manor https://news.hamlethub.com/ryebrook/places/4910-pop-over-to-cornucopia-labor-day-weekend-at-philipsburg-manor4910-pop-over-to-cornucopia-labor-day-weekend-at-philipsburg-manor

CORNucopia, a sweet summer event, returns to Philipsburg Manor in Sleepy Hollow this Labor Day weekend. Celebrate a season of bounty with crafts, live music, and tasty treats, Saturday through Monday, Sept. 1-3, from 10am-5pm each day. The event is produced by Historic Hudson Valley, the non-profit education organization that owns and operates Philipsburg Manor.
Kids can get hands-on with activities like crafting cornhusk brooms, making their own apple dolls and designing scarecrows. They can race to the finish in the child-sized “mini maize maze” and corn-shucking contest. Plus, they can test their skills in the free-play area with a variety of corn-themed games.
Live music from the acclaimed string band The Ebony Hillbillies will get toes tapping throughout the day.  Watch as jugglers perform a-maize-ing feats with ears of corn, work up an appetite during cooking demonstrations, and take a guided farm walk to see every step of the harvesting process from grain to grinding!
Food selections available for purchase include fresh roasted corn, veggie corn burgers, corn tortilla casserole, cornbread, corn muffins, kettle corn, and popcorn, plus draft beers and draft root beer from Captain Lawrence Brewery. Blue Pig of Croton-on-Hudson will feature sweet corn ice cream.
Online tickets sold in advance are $16 for adults; $12 for seniors; $8 for children 3-17; and free for children under 3 and for Historic Hudson Valley members. Tickets are available online at www.hudsonvalley.org. Tickets are $2 more when purchased on site. 

More about Philipsburg Manor
In 1750, Philipsburg Manor, which includes a working water-powered gristmill and new world Dutch barn, was home to 23 enslaved individuals known to have lived and labored there. It is the country’s only living history museum that focuses on the history of northern slavery.
Philipsburg Manor is at 381 North Broadway (Route 9) in Sleepy Hollow, N.Y., two miles north of the Tappan Zee Bridge. Information: 914-366-6900, www.hudsonvalley.org.
Photo Credit: Tom Nycz for Historic Hudson Valley.


keytocomputing@gmail.com (Historic Hudson Valley) Places Fri, 17 Aug 2018 02:41:00 -0400