Yorktown's HamletHub https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown Thu, 21 Feb 2019 12:41:43 -0500 HamletHub.com Novel Approaches to Lyme: Ancient Remedies and Modern Illnesses https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/life/332-novel-approaches-to-lyme-ancient-remedies-and-modern-illnesses332-novel-approaches-to-lyme-ancient-remedies-and-modern-illnesses https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/life/332-novel-approaches-to-lyme-ancient-remedies-and-modern-illnesses332-novel-approaches-to-lyme-ancient-remedies-and-modern-illnesses

The history of Lyme disease in Connecticut began in 1975 when a cluster of children and adults residing in the Old Lyme, Connecticut area, experienced uncommon arthritic symptoms.  By 1988, the news of Lyme disease spread and national media attention began. Lyme has now spread to almost every state in the U.S. with most cases occurring in Connecticut. The first Lyme disease vaccine became available in 1997. However, the manufacturer withdrew the vaccine from the market in 2001 due to safety issues, lack of effectiveness and class action lawsuits. This has left a lot of confusion in the medical world on how to treat Lyme disease.

Lyme disease is called “The Great Imitator” as it can manifest in a variety of ways leading to often misdiagnosis. Additionally, in most cases, the tick bite was not found. For example, a patient of mine, presented with shoulder pain. After getting a negative result with the common medical tests for Lyme, I performed a more extensive Lyme test and it came back positive. It would have been easy to miss the symptom and mistreat the condition as arthritis. It’s important to know that conventional Lyme testing can be 50% incorrect and there are a variety of co-infections that may not be tested for. But, classic symptoms of Lyme could include a bulls-eye rash and flu-like symptoms. Later this leads to joint pain and neurological impairment. Equally disturbing symptoms could include heart problems such as palpitations, liver inflammation, eye inflammation, severe fatigue and more.

Due to the dangerous and long term debilitating effect of Lyme disease and its many manifestations, do not try to self-diagnose or treat it yourself. Go see a qualified, Lyme literate health professional to help you. Here are some novel approaches:

Chinese Medicine

Chinese medicine views infections as Toxic Heat. The advantage is that it doesn’t matter what kind of microbe it is. If it’s the right herbs, it will help. Ironically, western science has supported the use of certain herbals as effective anti-microbial. I find that the addition of acupuncture therapy also opens up the circulation so the herbs can penetrate the body deeper to get to all the pathogenic particles and support good immune and organ function.

Integrative Medicine

After treating dozens of cases of Lyme, I have learned that it is a 2 pronged approach: Clear the infection and repair, naturally, any damage to the body done by the disease such as immune weakness, hormone changes, organ toxicity, etc.


Many of the symptoms of Lyme mimic the auto-immune diseases such as Lupus and RA. In fact, there is a theory that once the actually microbes are gone; the immune system behaves as if the organism is still there. Homeopathy is a system of medicine which involves treating the individual with highly diluted substances, with the aim of triggering the body’s natural system of healing. A very well tested protocol we use combines the best of herbal therapy with Homeopathy based remedies to help beat this disease. The protocol has been clinically researched in Europe and used by many Lyme literate doctors in the U.S.

Which Treatment is Right?

There is still quite a bit of controversy as to the direction to pursue with chronic Lyme. Choose the approach for you. Expect and get results, or move to another form of care. Expect your body to work miracles for you and it will.

Dr. Kenneth Hoffman, DACM, L.Ac. CCH is the Medical Director and Founder of SOPHIA Natural Health Center in Brookfield CT. https://inm.center/our-team/ He has performed more than 60,000 acupuncture treatments on over 7,000 patients since starting his practice which has now grown into the busiest clinic of its kind in the state of Connecticut with multiple locations. The system of Medicine he has founded, Integrative Natural Medicine, is a unique blend of his years of experience and combines the best of eastern medicine and modern functional medical sciences. He is the host of the local radio show, “The Natural Medicine Connection” on 800 AM WLAD. The office number is 203-740-9300 or visit the website at https://inm.center/

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keytocomputing@gmail.com (Dr. Kenneth Hoffman, DACM) Life Thu, 21 Feb 2019 07:36:39 -0500
Feehan Sunday Jazz: Clarence Banks February 24 https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/events/237-feehan-sunday-jazz-clarence-banks-february-24237-feehan-sunday-jazz-clarence-banks-february-24 https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/events/237-feehan-sunday-jazz-clarence-banks-february-24237-feehan-sunday-jazz-clarence-banks-february-24

Feehan Sunday Jazz: Clarence Banks

Sunday, February 24, 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm

Lake Carmel Arts Center
640 Route 52
Kent Lakes, NY 10512

The Feehan Sunday Jazz series brings professional jazz musicians from throughout the Tri State area to play.

Our Spring 2019 series kicks off with American jazz trombone player, Clarence Banks. Born in Englewood, NJ, he started playing trombone professionally in high school and after graduating from Fairleigh Dickinson University with a BA in music education, he went on to recorded with Slide Hampton and his World of Trombones. He has worked with artists such as Dizzy Gillespie, Frank Sinatra, Aretha Franklin, James Brown, the Four Tops, and the Temptations.

Currently, he is a member of the Count Basie Orchestra, and was the last musician to join the band while Mr. Basie was still alive.

Light refreshments will be served.

This series was made possible by the Feehan Insurance Agency, Inc. Arts on the Lake thanks the Feehan family for supporting the arts in our community.

Buy tickets online 

$15 general admission, $12 members

keytocomputing@gmail.com (Arts on the Lake) Events Wed, 20 Feb 2019 15:39:56 -0500
Devote one Sunday afternoon and take the first steps towards saving a life https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/charities/326-devote-one-sunday-afternoon-and-take-the-first-steps-towards-saving-a-life326-devote-one-sunday-afternoon-and-take-the-first-steps-towards-saving-a-life https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/charities/326-devote-one-sunday-afternoon-and-take-the-first-steps-towards-saving-a-life326-devote-one-sunday-afternoon-and-take-the-first-steps-towards-saving-a-life

Save A Life 2019
Alliance For Safe Kids (ASK) will be hosting their 9th Annual Save A Life Event on Sunday, March 3rd from 12pm to 3pm at Yorktown High School located in Yorktown Heights, NY. Save A Life is a program designed to empower and inform high school students and adults to be community allies and first responders to support teens and families in crisis.

Devote one Sunday afternoon and take the first steps towards saving someone in need. Register online today to participate in this free event.

This year's Keynote Speaker will be John Morello, an actor, comedian, and nationally recognized author and speaker. Morello is the creator of "Dirt", a one man show that explores the challenges that young people face such as bullying, drugs, and self esteem in a real and meaningful way that inspires people to take action and reflect upon the choices that they make in their daily lives.

Save A Life will feature interactive workshops for both adults and high school students on topics such as Alcohol Poisoning and Drug Overdose, Dating Safety, House Parties, Mental Health, Opioid Addiction, Respecting Yourself & Others, Stress & Anxiety, and Vaping & E-Cigs.

In addition to all of the workshops being featured, Save A Life will also showcase dozens of local organizations and resources for adults and students throughout the event with an interactive exhibit hall.


keytocomputing@gmail.com (Chereese Jervis-Hill, Events to Remember) Charities Wed, 20 Feb 2019 11:42:23 -0500
Harvey Middle School Writing Publication Earns National Recognition https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/life/324-harvey-middle-school-writing-publication-earns-national-recognition324-harvey-middle-school-writing-publication-earns-national-recognition https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/life/324-harvey-middle-school-writing-publication-earns-national-recognition324-harvey-middle-school-writing-publication-earns-national-recognition

Harvey Middle School Writing Publication Earns National Recognition

The Harvey Middle School's literary magazine, Equinox, has received a REALM award from the National Council of Teachers for English (NCTE). The competition included entries from high schools and middle schools across the country. The Equinox earned an "Excellent" rating from the NCTE for the art and craft of writing displayed in the publication’s spring 2018 issue.

The spring journal, which included both creative writing and artwork by Harvey Middle Schoolers, was edited by current freshman Joey Jacobson and developed by eighth-grader Brandon Mallon and seventh-graders Alexa Williams (of Yorktown), Annissa Khanna and Cole Hamlin. Their faculty adviser is Cris Alexander of Katonah.

The NCTE’s Recognizing Excellence in Art and Literary Magazines (REALM) Award acknowledges outstanding secondary school literary magazines produced by students with the support of their teachers. 


1.(left to right; Harvey Middle School award-winning Equinox staff, Alexa Williams of Yorktown, Annissa Khanna, Brandon Mallon and Cole Hamlin (Joey Jacobson not pictured.)

2. Harvey freshman Joey Jacobson hard at work in 2018 editing the award-winning spring issue of the Middle School's publication, Equinox.

kerry@ducey.org (Chris Delcampo) Life Wed, 20 Feb 2019 10:52:00 -0500
ANNUAL SEEDLING SALE ORDER BY MARCH 27 https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/places/317-annual-seedling-sale-order-by-march-27317-annual-seedling-sale-order-by-march-27 https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/places/317-annual-seedling-sale-order-by-march-27317-annual-seedling-sale-order-by-march-27

Annual sale of trees, shrubs, groundcovers, ferns, flowers, grasses and more. Sponsored by Cornell Cooperative Extension and Putnam County Soil & Water Conservation District. Order online at www.putnamcountyny.com/keepputnamgreen Selections must be ordered by Wednesday, March 27. Pick-up is scheduled for Friday, April 26 and/or Saturday, April 27 at the Putnam County Veterans Memorial Park. For info call 845 878-7918.

Orders must be picked up on: Friday, April 26, 2019 from 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. or

Saturday, April 27, 2019 from 9 A.M. to 12 P.M.

We will provide a phone number on the reminder card to be used if you have questions or need directions on the pick-up days.

  • The trees and plants sold in this program are for conservation purposes only.
  • Order early to get the species that you want. Quantities are limited and may be subject to substitution. Please visit www.putnamcountyny.com/keepputnamgreen website to see pictures of all the items offered.
  • You do not have to be a county resident to place an order, you just have to be available to pick up your order.
  • The pick-up station is located at the Putnam County Veterans’ Memorial Park, 201 Gipsy Trail Road in Kent. A reminder will be sent one week prior to pick-up dates with directions by email only. Mark your calendar!
  • Putnam County SWCD is not responsible for seedlings after acceptance of your order at the pick-up station, or for seedlings not picked up on the pick-up dates. There will be no refunds for orders not picked up.
  • Please make your check payable to the Putnam County Commissioner of Finance and mail to: Putnam County Soil and Water Conservation District, 842 Fair Street, Carmel, NY 10512.
keytocomputing@gmail.com (CCE Putnam) Places Wed, 20 Feb 2019 10:40:23 -0500
Poet and Writer, Pamela Hart at Katonah Museum of Art on February 24 https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/events/308-poet-and-writer-pamela-hart-at-katonah-museum-of-art-on-february-24308-poet-and-writer-pamela-hart-at-katonah-museum-of-art-on-february-24 https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/events/308-poet-and-writer-pamela-hart-at-katonah-museum-of-art-on-february-24308-poet-and-writer-pamela-hart-at-katonah-museum-of-art-on-february-24

Pamela Hart, Poet and KMA Writer in Residence on February 24 at 3:30 – 5:00 PM 
Pamela Hart, Mothers Over Nangarhar
at the KMA 

134 Jay Street - Route 22
Katonah, NY 10536

Winner of the 2017 Kathryn A. Morton Prize, Mothers Over Nangarhar is an unusual and powerful war narrative, focusing less on the front lines of combat and more on the home front, a perspective our American cultural canon has largely ignored.

Light refreshments served. Books available for sale at event.
Next up in the Writers Speak series: Helen Schulman, March 10 at KVL

Sundays, February 24, March 10, April 28, 3:30 – 5:00 PM

Join us for a reading and conversation with writers responding to and reflecting on art, culture and world events.

keytocomputing@gmail.com (Katonah Museum of Art) Events Wed, 20 Feb 2019 07:05:34 -0500
New Library Catalog for Westchester Library System https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/places/319-new-library-catalog-for-westchester-library-system319-new-library-catalog-for-westchester-library-system https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/places/319-new-library-catalog-for-westchester-library-system319-new-library-catalog-for-westchester-library-system

A New Library Catalog for the Westchester Library System!

Starting March 14, ALL of the public libraries in Westchester County will be moving to a new catalog system
In order for the change to happen, the WLS library catalog at www.westlibs.org  will be offline from March 11 through March 13.

Important Information

You will need either your physical library card or a scan of your library card on a phone in order to check anything out at The Hart Library from March 11 through March 13. Reciting a number from memory WILL NOT be accepted. We will not be able to look up your library card with your ID from March 11 through March 13.
No items will be due for the period March 11 through March 18.
There will be a limit of 3 total items per checkout from March 11 through March 13.
Renewals will not be possible from March 11 through March 13.
No holds will be delivered from March 11 to March 13.
Important news about your checkout history
If you are someone who has opted in to the feature which allows your borrowing history to be saved (allowing us to ask you, “do you know you’ve already checked this book out?”), please be aware that starting March 11, your checkout history will become unavailable. This information will not be migrating to our new computer system. If you would like to receive a printout of your checkout history, please ask a circulation clerk before March 11 and we will provide it to you for your records.

We would be glad to answer any questions about the changes at 914-245-5262.

Thank you in advance for your patience as we move to an improved catalog.

keytocomputing@gmail.com (John C. Hart Memorial Library,) Places Wed, 20 Feb 2019 06:23:22 -0500
Learning Through Laughter at Improv Workshop for Business Professionals the Studio Around the Corner https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/life/316-learning-through-laughter-at-improv-workshop-for-business-professionals-the-studio-around-the-corner316-learning-through-laughter-at-improv-workshop-for-business-professionals-the-studio-around-the-corner https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/life/316-learning-through-laughter-at-improv-workshop-for-business-professionals-the-studio-around-the-corner316-learning-through-laughter-at-improv-workshop-for-business-professionals-the-studio-around-the-corner

The Cultural Arts Coalition hosted an “Improv Your Business” interactive workshop on January 22 at the Studio Around the Corner in Brewster, NY in coordination with Master Networks NY/CT Region.
Instructor Margaret Carey used improvisational theater exercises to help attendees fine-tune business communications skills. The exercises focused on listening skills, the ability to read body language, and to think on your feet with the added benefit of team building.
“The objective of improv exercises is to help business people understand how to use verbal and non-verbal cues to accomplish their goals by successfully navigate the art of interpersonal communication,” explained Margaret. Margaret is not only a board member of the Cultural Arts Coalition but is also the secretary for the Brewster-Carmel Chapter of Master Networks and Editor of multiple HamletHubs in NY and CT.
“Being flexible and adaptable are invaluable skills to address the day to day challenges in the business world,” stated Tina Campbell, Master Networks NY/CT Regional Partner, “The event was not only educational and informative, but everyone had fun and connected with each other on a different level.”
“The Cultural Arts Coalition provides organizations with the opportunity to use our studio for amazing events like this,” explained Judy Marano, President of the Cultural Arts Coalition, “Combining arts, business, and education in one event was a perfect fit for our space.”
Master Networks is a nationwide organization based on the philosophy that people like to do business with people they know, like and trust. Local chapters meet weekly.  Master Networks is a learning-based, community-focused organization. For more information about Master Networks, contact Tina Campbell at tinacampbell@masternetworks.net or visit www.MasterNetworksNYCT.com
For more information about the Studio Around the Corner and the Cultural Arts Coalition, visit:  www.CulturalArtsCo.com, call (845)363-8330, email info@culturalartsco.com.

Photo Credit: Laurie Spens Photography

keytocomputing@gmail.com (Master It Media) Life Tue, 19 Feb 2019 16:02:00 -0500
United for Troops Getting Ready For March Into Spring https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/charities/315-united-for-troops-getting-ready-for-march-into-spring315-united-for-troops-getting-ready-for-march-into-spring https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/charities/315-united-for-troops-getting-ready-for-march-into-spring315-united-for-troops-getting-ready-for-march-into-spring

Getting Ready For "March Into Spring"

Just For Now We Are In Need Of The Items on the attached list.

In 12 Years United For The Troops Family Has Sent 20,116 Gift Boxes To Our Deployed Military.

Check out their new website! unitedforthetroops.org

Have items that we may be able to send to our Troops?

CALL: 845.729.4239
These are our current drop-off locations 
16 Bonniello Drive, 
Mahopac, NY 10541
Corner Car Care 
1999 Lexington Ave
Mohegan Lake, NY 10547
34 Gleneida Ave. 
Carmel, NY 10512

UnitedForTheTroops.org was created by friends and families of our Troops serving the U.S. overseas. Our sole purpose is to make life while at war a little better for our brave men and women serving in the U.S. Military by collecting food, money, and goods that the military does not provide them. Some of the items include cookies, dvd’s, cd’s, snacks, t shirts, and other food items. Through speaking with the troops the military provides them with the essentials for day to day life and many of them miss the extra amenities that they receive while at home. Our goal is to show them that we are proud of them and appreciate all of their efforts in Iraq, Afghanistan, and other areas of the world being affected by this war.
keytocomputing@gmail.com (United for Troops) Charities Tue, 19 Feb 2019 13:54:14 -0500
PNP Westchester Tonight at 6pm https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/events/15-todays-events/327-pnp-westchester-tonight-at-6pm327-pnp-westchester-tonight-at-6pm https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/events/15-todays-events/327-pnp-westchester-tonight-at-6pm327-pnp-westchester-tonight-at-6pm

Please join PNP at our newest chapter, PNP Westchester. Professional Networking Powerhouse was founded in September 2013. Our mission is to provide small business owners and salespeople in the Hudson Valley with a free resource to come together and help each other grow their businesses. Learn more about this chapter as well as all the others in the area at www.pnphv.com. Be sure to bring plenty of business cards as be ready for an evening of some great networking.

PNP Westchester
When Tue Feb 19, 2019 6pm – 8pm (EST)
Where PNP Westchester Buon Amici 238 Central Ave. White Plains, NY 10606

Speaker Tina Campbell

keytocomputing@gmail.com (PNP) Todays events Tue, 19 Feb 2019 12:11:56 -0500
A Local Guide to Finding the Perfect Summer Camp for Your Kids: 2019 Summer Camp Catalog https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/life/253-a-local-guide-to-finding-the-perfect-summer-camp-for-your-kids-2019-summer-camp-catalog253-a-local-guide-to-finding-the-perfect-summer-camp-for-your-kids-2019-summer-camp-catalog https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/life/253-a-local-guide-to-finding-the-perfect-summer-camp-for-your-kids-2019-summer-camp-catalog253-a-local-guide-to-finding-the-perfect-summer-camp-for-your-kids-2019-summer-camp-catalog

Now is the perfect time to start looking for a summer camp that will be a perfect fit for your child. Our area is filled with local camps designed to meet every child’s interest, parent’s schedule, and family’s budget. To identify a camp which will benefit your child the most, you need to know your options and match them to your child's personality.

Many local summer camps provide a variety of programs for children of all ages. Finding the perfect summer camp, however, can be a challenge. HamletHub has come to the rescue with our

2019 Summer Camp Catalog

Each camp has provided information along with a link to their website and contact information to help you find out more about their programs. Let them know you found them through HamletHub’s Summer Camp Catalog.

Check back soon as more camps will be added as we get closer to summer.

VeGa Gymnastics Summer Camp

VeGa Gymnastics offers a flexible Summer Camp program for ages 5-15. Campers will meet new friends, create new experiences and most importantly have fun! Our goal is to provide a program that is convenient for parents which offers peace of mind in knowing that their kids are well cared for. Our camp provides great instructors, small groups, crafts, obstacle course and of course great gymnastics!

Location: 3 Day Road Carmel, NY 10512

Email: vegagym@live.com


Facebook: www.facebook.com/VeGaGymnastics


Summer Camp at the Tech Center

PNW BOCES Tech Center in Yorktown offers week-long technical education camps for 12-15 year olds. These camps are a fabulous way for students to learn a skill and make new friends in a creative, fun environment.

The camps are taught by experts in their field and have proven to be extremely popular. Camp choices include 3D printing, animation, architectural design, babysitter boot camp, beauty, cooking, electricity, fashion, hairstyling, health career exploration, law enforcement, metal working, and microcomputer repair.

See our website for details and to register www.pnwboces.org/tech or call 914-248-2220.

Location: 200 BOCES Drive, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598

Email: gbattista@pnwboces.org

914-248-2220 / 914-248-2428


Camp Herrlich

Join the Herrlich Family for an amazing summer! Traditional camp activities in a beautiful, 156 acre setting with a pond, streams, hiking trails, arts activities, and adventure courses, offer something for everyone. Our well-trained and energetic staff will help your camper have a great summer.

Location: 101 Deacon Smith Hill Road, Patterson NY 12563

Email: jvanacoro@campherrlich.org


Facebook: www.facebook.com/campherrlich


Green Chimneys Summer Camps

Green Chimneys blends great camp traditions with dynamic outdoor experiences to create exciting and educational summers full of memories for ages 4-15. Two locations: Clearpool in Carmel offers 350 acres of fields and forests for hands-on nature activities. Hillside in Brewster offers outdoor exploration and unique animal activities on 160 acres.

Location: Brewster, NY 10509 & Carmel, NY 10512

Email: hboylston@greenchimneys.org

845.225.8226 ext.603


Spotlight Arts Summer Theater Camps

Join Spotlight Arts for five weeks of summer musical theater fun! Our three weekly themed camp weeks are for ages 6+ and are packed with musical theatre songs, scenes & dance, improv, theater games, and a cabaret performance for family & friends. Our two intensive workshops of the Sound of Music & Frozen Jr. are for ages 10+ where students hone their skills to perform in a full performance with costumes, scenery, lighting & sound at the end of the week at the Schoolhouse Theater in Croton Falls.

Location: Studio Around the Corner: 67 Main Street, Suite 101, Brewster, NY 10509

Email: spotlightartsinc@gmail.com



TW Kids' Summer Musical

SPRING BREAK INTENSIVE – Once on This Island, Jr. – April 15-19, 2019. Program runs Monday-Friday 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM Ages 7-17

SUMMER MUSICAL – Bye Bye Birdie, Young Performers’ Edition – July 22-August 9, 2019. Program runs Monday-Friday 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM – Ages 7-17

FALL/HOLIDAY MUSICAL – Disney’s Frozen, Jr. – September 28-December 13, 2019. Program runs Saturdays 9AM-12PM and Tuesdays 4:30-6:30PM – Ages 7-17

Location: Brookside Ave - New Milford, CT 06776

Email: twkids@theatreworks.us


Taps-N-Toes Introduction To Dance

Our Introduction To Dance will be held on Monday mornings from 9-10am from July 15th - August 12th. A great way to give our program a try to see if your little one may be interested in joining us in the fall!! For ages 2-4. For more info contact me at aecamos@gmail.com.

Location: 16 Mt. Ebo Rd South, Brewster, NY 10509

Email: aecamos@gmail.com


Pied Piper Youth Theater

Our theater offers weekly themed day and evening camps for campers of all ages! Daytime camps include Frozen, You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, Mean Girls, The Greatest Showman, Musical Movies, and more! Our evening camps include "Alexander" a Hamilton tribute, Murder Mystery workshop and "Grit" for older campers.

Location: 275 White Pond Road/ Stormville Ny 12582

Email: pipertheater@gmail.com



Brewster Theater Company's Summer Theatre Workshop

This 5-morning workshop (July 22-26, 9am-noon) is full of experiences in multiple aspects of theatre, including performance, technical, creative and scene study, in various genres through the ages. Developed for ages 10 - 14 who are passionate and curious about theatre! Directed by certified teachers. Cost: $300 (early bird: $250).

Location: 28 Gleneida Avenue, Carmel, NY 10512

Email: Brewstertheaterinfo@gmail.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/brewstertheatercompany


The Music Cottage

Music Cottage offers four-week intensive summer music workshops, as well as private 30-minute summer lesson all summer. Workshops take place in late afternoon/early evening to accommodate students who work or go to camp. Workshops include Guitar Club, Junior & Senior Rock workshops and a Popular Music Vocal workshop.

Location: 177 Main St, Brewster, NY 10509

Email: Lauren@musiccottage.com 

Phone: 845.363.1456

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The-Music-Cottage-103582269751247/



Arts on the Lake Summer Music Camps

Arts on the Lake offers three distinct Summer Music Camps. Starting with the Summer Band Camp July 8-11, followed by the Summer Strings Camp July15-18, and then the Summer Jazz Camp, July 22-25. The Band and Strings camps are taught by Carmel faculty members and the Jazz by noted musician Tim Ouimette. Early registration discounts are available. Visit www.artsonthelake.org  or call 845 228 2685.

Location: 640 Route 52, Carmel, NY

Email: office@artsonthelake.org 

Contact: Edward Durkee


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keytocomputing@gmail.com (Margaret Carey, HamletHub Editor/Master IT Media, LLC) Life Tue, 19 Feb 2019 11:29:19 -0500
Winter Weather Advisory From 12pm Wed Until 6am Thu in Putnam & Westchester https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/publicsafety/325-winter-weather-advisory-from-12pm-wed-until-6am-thu-in-putnam-westchester325-winter-weather-advisory-from-12pm-wed-until-6am-thu-in-putnam-westchester https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/publicsafety/325-winter-weather-advisory-from-12pm-wed-until-6am-thu-in-putnam-westchester325-winter-weather-advisory-from-12pm-wed-until-6am-thu-in-putnam-westchester

Winter Weather Advisory In Effect From Noon Wednesday To 6 am Thursday

Mixed Precipitation Expected. Total Snow Accumulations of 1 to 3 Inches and Ice Accumulations of a Light Glaze Expected. In portions of Northeast New Jersey And Southeast New York.

Plan on slippery road conditions. The hazardous conditions could impact the evening commute. A winter weather advisory means that periods of snow, sleet or freezing rain will cause travel difficulties. Expect slippery roads and limited visibilities, and use caution while driving. Check local department of transportation information services for the latest road conditions.

keytocomputing@gmail.com (NOAA) Public safety Tue, 19 Feb 2019 11:17:55 -0500
Fun Run Planned In Advance Of St. Patrick’s Day Parade https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/neighbors/314-fun-run-planned-in-advance-of-st-patrick-s-day-parade314-fun-run-planned-in-advance-of-st-patrick-s-day-parade https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/neighbors/314-fun-run-planned-in-advance-of-st-patrick-s-day-parade314-fun-run-planned-in-advance-of-st-patrick-s-day-parade

Let the training begin! The first, festive Dutchess County St. Patrick's Parade Fun Run is coming to the Village of Wappingers Falls, March 2 beginning at 12:45 PM. Thanks to the work of the Parade Committee and the Village of Wappingers Falls, this year’s Fun Run will be a fast, family friendly run held immediately before the 24th Annual Dutchess County St. Patrick's Parade in the Village of Wappingers Falls.

Runners will follow the full parade route and cover a short, but hilly 1.4-mile route through the crowd-lined streets of the Village. This is a great opportunity to enjoy a run and the parade, then patronize local businesses after the exercise. The parade features pipe and drum bands, floats, music, and much more.

There will be Finisher Awards to the Top Three Runners and a best-dressed costume contest at the conclusion of the race.  Best-dressed categories include but may not be limited to Best Head-to-Toe in Green Costume, Irish to the Core, and St. Patrick's Team Spirit (awarded to three or more runners together).This event is organized by the Health & Wellness Committee of the Dutchess County Regional Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Fleet Feet of Poughkeepsie and Dutchess Tourism, Inc., and is sponsored by Health Quest. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Dutchess County St. Patrick's Parade Committee Scholarship Fund and The Chamber Foundation, Inc. The entrance fee includes a small gift for the first 150 runners registered, and post-race refreshments in Mesier Park. To register for the parade, please visit www.dcrcoc.org or call 845-454-1700 x 1000.

Volunteers are needed to help support registration, information, route safety, course support, and the post-run hospitality tent during the Fun Run. To volunteer please, visit www.Dcrcoc.org/events



keytocomputing@gmail.com (Dutchess County Regional Chamber of Commerce) Neighbors Tue, 19 Feb 2019 11:01:29 -0500
Book Club For Women With Cancer to Meet Feb 28 in Cortlandt Manor https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/events/313-book-club-for-women-with-cancer-to-meet-feb-28-in-cortlandt-manor313-book-club-for-women-with-cancer-to-meet-feb-28-in-cortlandt-manor https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/events/313-book-club-for-women-with-cancer-to-meet-feb-28-in-cortlandt-manor313-book-club-for-women-with-cancer-to-meet-feb-28-in-cortlandt-manor


Support Connection, Inc. announces that the next session of their “Book Club For Women With Cancer” will take place on Thurs., Feb. 28, from 7-9 pm at NY-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital in Cortlandt Manor, NY. Open to people living with breast, ovarian and gynecological cancers. To learn more or to pre-register (PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED) call Support Connection at 914-962-6402 or 800-532-4290.

BOOK SELECTION: Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman.  Eleanor is flawed, but her weirdness and wit create an out-of-the-ordinary heroine who is just trying to survive. Reese Witherspoon says: “I fell in love with Eleanor, an eccentric and regimented loner whose life beautifully unfolds after a chance encounter with a stranger. I think you will fall in love too!”

DISCUSSION LEADER: Amy Curran Baker, author of Now What? A Guide to Recovery After Mastectomy.


keytocomputing@gmail.com (Support Connection) Events Tue, 19 Feb 2019 09:37:21 -0500
Help Wanted for Froggy's Deli New Brewster Location Hiring Full and Part Time Staff https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/places/323-help-wanted-for-froggy-s-deli-new-brewster-location-hiring-full-and-part-time-staff323-help-wanted-for-froggy-s-deli-new-brewster-location-hiring-full-and-part-time-staff https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/places/323-help-wanted-for-froggy-s-deli-new-brewster-location-hiring-full-and-part-time-staff323-help-wanted-for-froggy-s-deli-new-brewster-location-hiring-full-and-part-time-staff

Froggy's Deli is opening soon in Brewster. Full & Part time positions are available.

Call Tony 845-821-4565 to set up an interview!

1620 Rt 22 Town Center (Value Village Plaza)
Brewster, New York


Froggy's Deli is owned & operated By (4) local hometown Gentlemen. Joe Bondi, John, Bob & Tony Russo. They have other Deli & Pizza locations as well in Pawling NY & Somers NY. They are known for our speed, great food & Friendly atmosphere!


keytocomputing@gmail.com (Froggy's Deli) Places Tue, 19 Feb 2019 08:40:19 -0500