Yorktown's HamletHub https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown Tue, 29 Nov 2022 11:51:53 -0500 HamletHub.com Ronald McDonald House of the Greater Hudson Valley Launches Giving Tuesday Campaign https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/charities/6377-ronald-mcdonald-house-of-the-greater-hudson-valley-launches-giving-tuesday-campaign6377-ronald-mcdonald-house-of-the-greater-hudson-valley-launches-giving-tuesday-campaign https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/charities/6377-ronald-mcdonald-house-of-the-greater-hudson-valley-launches-giving-tuesday-campaign6377-ronald-mcdonald-house-of-the-greater-hudson-valley-launches-giving-tuesday-campaign

Giving Tuesday, November 29th, 2021, refers to the Tuesday after Thanksgiving  observed across the nation and is a day that encourages people to do good after days of celebrating and online shopping. Giving Tuesday, also known as #GivingTuesday for hashtag purposes, was created in 2012 as a simple idea that has become a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people to transform their communities. Over the past nine years it has grown into a day that inspires millions of people to give, collaborate and celebrate generosity. 

Locally right here in Westchester, you can join in the movement this Giving Tuesday by supporting Ronald McDonald House of the Greater Hudson Valley(RMHGHV). Ronald McDonald House, located just steps away from Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital in Valhalla, provides a home-away-from-home for families while their child receives critical medical care. 

There are many ways to support RMHGHV this Giving Tuesday and throughout the year, including: 

  • Volunteering in the House or at events 

  • Cooking a meal for families through the Meals that Heal program

  • Purchasing items from their Amazon Wishlist

  • Join the Target Circle and vote for Ronald McDonald House of the Greater Hudson Valley

  • Help with holiday gift wrapping 

  • Spread the word! Follow and share how you support RMHGHV on social media 

  • Sponsor a family and donate directly 

“This year on Giving Tuesday there are so many ways you can help us as we continue to help our families when their child is sick,” said Christina Riley, Executive Director, RM HGHV. “This holiday season our goal is to make families feel at home, even when they can’t be. ” To learn more about ways to get involved for the Giving Season visit: www.rmhghv.org or https://www.facebook.com/rmhghv/

keytocomputing@gmail.com (pr2) Charities Tue, 29 Nov 2022 03:42:30 -0500
Mini Retreat - Thanksgiving Holiday Yoga Classes https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/events/6374-mini-retreat-thanksgiving-holiday-yoga-classes6374-mini-retreat-thanksgiving-holiday-yoga-classes https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/events/6374-mini-retreat-thanksgiving-holiday-yoga-classes6374-mini-retreat-thanksgiving-holiday-yoga-classes

Mini Retreat - Thanksgiving Holiday Yoga Classes

Wednesday 11/23 

4:15 - 5:15PM - Beth: Gratitude Gentle Flow and Restorative

5:15 - 6:15PM - Jana: Candlelight Flow Level 1

Saturday 11/26 

9:00 - 10:00 AM - Sam: Giving Thanks Friends and Family Level 1


All 3 for $39 or $20 Drop In

Current Passes Apply

Sign up at  TULAyogaforwellness.com

Call or email for more details

(914) 806-3286


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22 Sutton Place Brewster, NY 10509

keytocomputing@gmail.com (TULA Yoga For Wellness) Events Thu, 10 Nov 2022 10:26:48 -0500
Broadway Actors Come Together to Bring the Jukebox Musical 'The Doo Wop Project' to Fairfield, CT - Friday, Nov 18th https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/life/6376-broadway-actors-come-together-to-bring-the-jukebox-musical-the-doo-wop-project-to-fairfield-ct-friday-nov-18th6376-broadway-actors-come-together-to-bring-the-jukebox-musical-the-doo-wop-project-to-fairfield-ct-friday-nov-18th https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/life/6376-broadway-actors-come-together-to-bring-the-jukebox-musical-the-doo-wop-project-to-fairfield-ct-friday-nov-18th6376-broadway-actors-come-together-to-bring-the-jukebox-musical-the-doo-wop-project-to-fairfield-ct-friday-nov-18th

The Doo Wop Project” pays tribute to the Doo Wop and Motown music of the 20th century.The performance features favorite Broadway stars playing at the SHU Community Theatre  in Fairfield, CT, on Friday, November 18th, at 8:00 p.m.  The performance includes some of the greatest hits from The Temptations and The Four Seasons, along with “DooWopified” versions of modern classics from Maroon 5, Jason Mraz, and more.

The Doo-Wop project features stars from the Broadway hits Jersey Boys, Motown: The Musical, and A Bronx Tale, who bring unparalleled sound and vocal excellence authenticity to recreate—and in some cases entirely reimagine—the greatest music in American pop and rock history.

The Doo Wop Project recently gained national attention with the PBS special, The Doo Wop Project, which traces the evolution of Doo Wop from the classic sound of five guys singing tight harmonies on a street corner to the biggest hits of today in this concert special filmed before a live audience. The PBS special has amassed thousands of viewers throughout its time on the network, with the special continuing into later 2022.

Tickets are available at Tickets | The Doo Wop Project | Sacred Heart University Community Theatre (showare.com)


commandercarey@gmail.com (HH) Life Wed, 09 Nov 2022 09:49:44 -0500
NY State Unofficial Election Results https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/life/6375-ny-state-unofficial-election-results6375-ny-state-unofficial-election-results https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/life/6375-ny-state-unofficial-election-results6375-ny-state-unofficial-election-results

NY State Unofficial Election Night Results

(All Results from the NY State Board of Elections Website)

commandercarey@gmail.com (HH) Life Wed, 09 Nov 2022 08:17:54 -0500
5 Week Teen Yoga Workshop in Brewster https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/events/6373-5-week-teen-yoga-workshop-in-brewster6373-5-week-teen-yoga-workshop-in-brewster https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/events/6373-5-week-teen-yoga-workshop-in-brewster6373-5-week-teen-yoga-workshop-in-brewster

5 Week Teen Yoga Workshop

  • Become more Flexible in the Body and Mind
  • Have Fun Learning Your Favorite Yoga Poses
  • Sharpen Focus - Think Creatively
  • Get Better Quality Night Sleep

$99 - 5 Weeks

Start Date Monday 11/14-12/12 from 6:45-7:45pm

Ages 13-18

Call or email for more details

(914) 806-3286



22 Sutton Place Brewster, NY 10509


keytocomputing@gmail.com (TULA Yoga For Wellness) Events Mon, 07 Nov 2022 09:18:47 -0500
A ridiculously simple way to SAVE 10% on your NY auto insurance https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/life/6372-a-ridiculously-simple-way-to-save-10-on-your-ny-auto-insurance6372-a-ridiculously-simple-way-to-save-10-on-your-ny-auto-insurance https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/life/6372-a-ridiculously-simple-way-to-save-10-on-your-ny-auto-insurance6372-a-ridiculously-simple-way-to-save-10-on-your-ny-auto-insurance

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keytocomputing@gmail.com (BHH) Life Sun, 06 Nov 2022 09:37:45 -0500
Westchester County Bee-Line Stuff-A-Bus Food Drive a Success in 2022 https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/charities/6371-westchester-county-bee-line-stuff-a-bus-food-drive-a-success-in-20226371-westchester-county-bee-line-stuff-a-bus-food-drive-a-success-in-2022 https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/charities/6371-westchester-county-bee-line-stuff-a-bus-food-drive-a-success-in-20226371-westchester-county-bee-line-stuff-a-bus-food-drive-a-success-in-2022

More than 5,600 Pounds of Food Donated for People in Need this Holiday Season

Westchester County’s Bee-Line Stuff-a-Bus Food Drive was a tremendous success for 2022, yielding 5,656 pounds of food for our neighbors in need. The food drive is sponsored by Bee-Line’s SMART Commute Program, in partnership with Feeding Westchester and Stop & Shop, and the equivalent of 4,713 meals were donated to Westchester County families.

Westchester County Executive George Latimer said: “Helping to feed our neighbors in need is more critical now than it ever was, and the need for food among Westchester County residents is increasing. Inflation means higher prices for basic necessities like housing and food, and with two out of five Westchester households at risk of hunger, every little bit helps.”

Donation bins were set up at all 14 Westchester County Stop & Shop stores for shoppers to leave donations, and a Bee-Line Bus was stationed at the Yonkers Stop & Shop with the goal of “stuffing the bus” with much needed food items. Among the donations was stuffing, boxed macaroni and cheese, gravy, canned fruits and vegetables, juice and other Thanksgiving trimmings. Feeding Westchester’s hunger relief network is currently serving more than 200,000 people each month.

To find out more about Feeding Westchester or to make a donation this holiday season, visit https://feedingwestchester.org/

commandercarey@gmail.com (Westchester County) Charities Thu, 03 Nov 2022 06:23:19 -0400
Monsignor Anthony Daniel Marchitelli of Carmel, New York, 1950 - 2022. https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/life/6369-monsignor-anthony-daniel-marchitelli-of-carmel-new-york-1950-20226369-monsignor-anthony-daniel-marchitelli-of-carmel-new-york-1950-2022 https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/life/6369-monsignor-anthony-daniel-marchitelli-of-carmel-new-york-1950-20226369-monsignor-anthony-daniel-marchitelli-of-carmel-new-york-1950-2022

St. James the Apostle's Monsignor Anthony Daniel Marchitelli entered eternal life on Friday, October 28, 2022 at the age of 72.

Monsignor Marchitelli was born on June 22, 1950 at Mother Cabrini Memorial Hospital in New York City to the late Frank and Antoinette (DelVecchio) Marchitelli. Msgr Marchitelli knew at an early age that he wanted to serve the Lord and, after attending Cardinal Hayes High School, Bronx NY he went to Immaculate Conception College Seminary, and then St. Joseph's Seminary and was ordained a Roman Catholic Priest on December 11, 1976.

Monsignor Marchitelli served the Catholic Church and the Archdiocese of New York for more than 46 years. His assignments included the, St. Augustine's in Highland, NY; St. Joseph by the Sea High School in Staten Island; Kennedy Catholic High School in Somers, NY; Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains, NY; Our Lady of the Assumption, Bronx, NY; and St. James the Apostle & Our Lady of the Lake/Mt. Carmel Parish in Carmel, NY.

Monsignor Marchitelli was at St. James the Apostle Church in Carmel, NY when he passed. Monsignor was well respected and beloved by his parishioners and fellow priests.

He began working with the Boy Scouts in 1960 and remained an active member for many years.

He was also a long time member of the Knights of Columbus Council #6318, Our Lady of the Lakes in Carmel.

Two beloved siblings, Roseanne Kelly and Frank Marchitelli, survive Monsignor Marchitelli.
All arrangements to Celebrate Monsignor Anthony D. Marchitelli, will take place at St. James the Apostle Church, 14 Gleneida Avenue, Carmel, NY.

Lying in Repose from 2:00 P.M. to 6:30 P.M. on Thursday, November 3, 2022 at St. James the Apostle Church will be followed by a Parish Requiem Mass celebrated by Reverend Gerardo J. Colacicco with the homily by Reverend Father Peter McGeory at 7:00 P.M. to honor Monsignor Marchitelli's life.

Lying in Repose before the Mass of Christian Rite will on Friday, November 4, 2022 beginning at 8:00 A.M. and will be followed at 10:00 A.M. by the Mass of Christian Burial celebrated by His Eminence, Timothy Cardinal Dolan with the homily by Reverend Father Anthony D. Sorgie at St. James the Apostle Church, Carmel, NY.

A private cremation will follow the Mass. In the near future, Monsignor Marchitelli will be Entombed in a niche at St. Sebastian Columbarium, Our Lady of the Lakes/ Mt Carmel R/C, Church in Lake Carmel, NY.

Funeral arrangements entrusted by Cargain Funeral Homes, Inc., 10 Fowler Ave Carmel, NY 10512, www.cargainfuneralhomes.com

commandercarey@gmail.com (Cargain Funeral Home) Life Wed, 02 Nov 2022 14:11:07 -0400
Mardi Risal took part in Bengals Dare to Care Day 2022 https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/life/6368-mardi-risal-took-part-in-bengals-dare-to-care-day-20226368-mardi-risal-took-part-in-bengals-dare-to-care-day-2022 https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/life/6368-mardi-risal-took-part-in-bengals-dare-to-care-day-20226368-mardi-risal-took-part-in-bengals-dare-to-care-day-2022

Mardi Risal of Yorktown Heights was one of more than 300 students who volunteered on Buffalo State's annual Bengals Dare to Care Day on October 1, 2022. Students volunteered at a variety of community organizations as part of Buffalo State's commitment to community engagement.

Buffalo State is a State University of New York (SUNY) college located in Buffalo, New York. The college offers 79 undergraduate majors as well as many minors and certificate programs. Every year, thousands of students benefit from Buffalo State's community engagement, hands-on learning opportunities, and affordable SUNY tuition. Buffalo State also offers more than 60 graduate programs.

commandercarey@gmail.com (Buffalo State (SUNY)) Life Wed, 02 Nov 2022 13:52:30 -0400
As County Residents Face Rising Heat Prices, County Executive Latimer Announces Suspension of Sales Tax on Home Energy Costs https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/politics/6367-as-county-residents-face-rising-heat-prices-county-executive-latimer-announces-suspension-of-sales-tax-on-home-energy-costs6367-as-county-residents-face-rising-heat-prices-county-executive-latimer-announces-suspension-of-sales-tax-on-home-energy-costs https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/politics/6367-as-county-residents-face-rising-heat-prices-county-executive-latimer-announces-suspension-of-sales-tax-on-home-energy-costs6367-as-county-residents-face-rising-heat-prices-county-executive-latimer-announces-suspension-of-sales-tax-on-home-energy-costs

As County Residents Face Rising Heat Prices, County Executive Latimer Announces Suspension of Sales Tax on Home Energy Costs

View full press conference here: https://youtu.be/zUeO-PC0LRk

Ensuring residents aren’t left out in the cold, and can save some much needed dollars during the Winter months, County Executive George Latimer proposed – and the Board of Legislators subsequently passed – a suspension of sales tax on home energy costs. The exemption will run from December 1-February 28.

Latimer said: “Westchester County Government is constantly looking to find ways to make the lives of residents a little easier. This winter, heating your home will now cost you a little less. As we all face rising costs in our daily lives, this suspension of certain sales tax will add extra dollars to the wallets of those who call Westchester home.”  

The sales tax suspension covers home heating oil, propane, natural gas, electric, coal and wood for residential heating purposes and covers homeowners as well as rental units. Landlords and renters will be eligible depending on the structure of the unit’s heat and electric use.

The initiative is administered by the NYS Department of Taxation and Finance; the vendors will not be assessing sales tax as directed by the State. The sales tax will automatically be taken off the bill.  If you are being charged sales tax for any home energy item starting December 1 please contact the County. 

This measure is in addition to the myriad of actions taken by the Latimer Administration and the Board of Legislators to combat rising inflationary costs nationwide. Those actions include the capping of sales tax on gasoline purchases, waiving of fees at certain parks and pools and – most notably – suspending fares on Bee-Line buses for the summer months.

Board of Legislators Chairwoman Catherine Borgia said: “With a low fuel supply and temperatures expected to be colder than usual, home heating costs will be through the roof this winter. Thankfully through the County's home energy cost reduction relief, more families will stay warm and keep their heads above water.”

Latimer made the announcement at the home of Omar Lopez and Grace O’Shaughnessy in Ossining.

Lopez said: “Thanks to the leadership of County Executive Latimer and the Board of Legislators our family will have an easier time keeping our home warm for the winter while saving much needed money at the same time.”


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commandercarey@gmail.com (Westchester County) Politics Wed, 02 Nov 2022 13:43:35 -0400
Harckham Secures $100K for New Westchester County Police Hazardous Response Vehicle https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/life/6370-harckham-secures-100k-for-new-westchester-county-police-hazardous-response-vehicle6370-harckham-secures-100k-for-new-westchester-county-police-hazardous-response-vehicle https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/life/6370-harckham-secures-100k-for-new-westchester-county-police-hazardous-response-vehicle6370-harckham-secures-100k-for-new-westchester-county-police-hazardous-response-vehicle

New York State Senator Pete Harckham announced today that he has secured $100,000 in state grant funding for Westchester County Police to purchase a new Hazardous Response Vehicle. The new vehicle, which has not been delivered yet, will replace the county’s existing heavy duty Hazardous Devices Unit (HDU) Bomb Response Vehicle, a 2008 GMC Utility Truck.

“Making sure that county police and emergency personnel have up-to-date equipment and proper resources in order to safeguard our communities is a top priority of mine,” said Harckham. “Westchester County, with its mix of cities, suburban villages and rural areas, poses certain challenges in terms of public safety, and a new Hazardous Response Vehicle will benefit both police officers and residents. I am happy to have helped gain this important investment for the county while also alleviating some of the financial burden on taxpayers.”

“This grant is only the latest way that Senator Harckham has helped the County government provide critical services to the people of Westchester,” said Westchester County Executive George Latimer. “He is a tireless advocate for Westchester, and we appreciate his efforts on our behalf. This grant funding assists our Department of Public Safety and Department of Probation in providing services that are vital to the safety and security of our residents. ”

Westchester County’s current Hazardous Response Vehicle has outlived its usefulness, and because of electrical problems in the vehicle, a complete overhaul of the system is necessary. In addition, the response vehicle no longer meets the Hazardous Response Unit’s space and operational needs.

The new Hazardous Response Vehicle, now on order, will have four-wheel drive capacity, giving it extra range throughout the county on back roads and remote areas while maintaining full equipment loads. The plan is to utilize the new vehicle for a minimum of 10 years of service, and the vehicle will be used a regional tool to respond to bomb threats and hazardous device calls, as well as storing updated equipment to maintain the bomb squad’s accreditation status.

The full cost of the new Hazardous Response Vehicle is $289,661. About two-thirds of the vehicle’s cost is being funded with a 2019 Bomb Squad Initiative grant awarded by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and administered through the New York State Department of Homeland security and Emergency Services.

“We are grateful to Senator Harckham for securing this grant for the Westchester County Police Hazardous Devices Unit,” said Terrance Raynor, acting commissioner of Westchester’s Department of Public Safety. “The funding will help us to replace an aging vehicle and ensure that the Hazardous Devices Unit can continue to respond to calls for service throughout Westchester County.”

The awarded grant funding was secured within the State and Municipal Facilities Program (SAM), which is among the grant programs administered by the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York (DASNY) to support community and economic development. Harckham has delivered more than $1.2 million of state grant funding to first responders and emergency personnel in SD40 municipalities and nonprofits over the past four years.


commandercarey@gmail.com (Office of Senator Harckham) Life Wed, 02 Nov 2022 12:15:17 -0400
Not too much, not too little - taxpayers should check if their tax withholding is just right https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/life/6366-not-too-much-not-too-little-taxpayers-should-check-if-their-tax-withholding-is-just-right6366-not-too-much-not-too-little-taxpayers-should-check-if-their-tax-withholding-is-just-right https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/life/6366-not-too-much-not-too-little-taxpayers-should-check-if-their-tax-withholding-is-just-right6366-not-too-much-not-too-little-taxpayers-should-check-if-their-tax-withholding-is-just-right

There are good surprises and there are bad surprises. Generally, a tax-related surprise is probably unwanted. To avoid tax surprises, people should review their tax withholding. There’s still time left in 2022 to make changes and see the benefit on their tax return next year. An adjustment made now will help people avoid the surprise of a balance due or a larger-than-expected refund. People who owe taxes when they file may also face a penalty for underpayment, so they should take steps to avoid that.

It’s an especially good idea to check withholding when a taxpayer has a big life change. Events like marriage, divorce, a new child, a new home purchase, or changes in tax laws can all be reasons to adjust withholding.

Credit amounts may change each year. Taxpayers can visit IRS.gov and use the Interactive Tax Assistant to identify whether they qualify for any tax credits that may call for a withholding adjustment.

Taxes are pay as you go
Taxes are generally paid throughout the year, whether from salary withholding, quarterly estimated tax payments or a combination of both. About 70% of taxpayers, however, withhold too much every year. This typically results in a refund.

A few other facts about refunds:

  • Proper withholding adjustments help people boost their take home pay rather than overwithholding taxes throughout the year and getting it back as a tax refund.
  • While the IRS issues most refunds in 21 days or less from an error-free electronic tax return, it may take longer for different reasons.
  • It’s generally not a good idea to rely on a refund for big purchases.
  • Direct Deposit is the easiest and most convenient way to get a refund. The IRS issues more than 90% of all refunds this way.
  • Paper return processing delays stemming from the pandemic are six months or more. The IRS COVID-19 operations page offers complete details.

Tax Withholding Estimator
The Tax Withholding Estimator can help people determine if they have too much income tax withheld and how to make an adjustment. In other cases, it can help taxpayers see if they should withhold more or make an estimated tax payment to avoid a tax bill when they file their tax return next year.

Other items may affect 2022 taxes
Some unforeseen life events can make withholding adjustments necessary. They include:

More information:
Tax Withholding

commandercarey@gmail.com (Internal Revenue Service) Life Wed, 02 Nov 2022 12:01:24 -0400
Veteran entrepreneurs: Spot the scams https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/life/6365-veteran-entrepreneurs-spot-the-scams6365-veteran-entrepreneurs-spot-the-scams https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/life/6365-veteran-entrepreneurs-spot-the-scams6365-veteran-entrepreneurs-spot-the-scams

The FTC joins the country in honoring veteran entrepreneurs and their families this National Veterans Small Business Week. We offer thanks as you continue to serve communities all over the nation through your businesses. Unfortunately, scammers are ready to take your hard-earned profits and steal your sensitive business data. So, this week, take time to talk to your employees about how scams happen.

For example, scammers send fake invoices for products no one ordered and hope that someone pays them. They try to trick businesses into paying for things that are free from the government, like occupational safety posters. Or they might call offering a spot in a non-existent local business directory, but it’s a scam. And utilities impersonators call businesses pretending to be the gas, electric, or water company and threatening to cut service due to unpaid bills. But that’s a scammer calling. One way to tell? They ask for payment with wire transfergift card, or cryptocurrency, which are ways scammers tell you to pay. And if you pay, you’ll lose your money to the scam.

Cyber scammers might be looking to trick you and your employees with phishing emails or calls that seem to come from a business you know. These business impersonators want sensitive information like passwords or bank information.

A trained workforce is your best defense.

  • Encourage your staff to talk with their coworkers if they spot a scam. Scammers often target multiple people in an organization.
  • Create a culture of security. Train employees not to share passwords or sensitive information, check invoices closely, and avoid clicking on unexpected email or text message links.
  • Share information with your staff. Order free copies of Scams and Your Small Business (also available in Spanish) and Cybersecurity for Small Business. Then share them with your staff. Watch and share these videos.

Learn more at ftc.gov/SmallBusiness. Report any problems at ReportFraud.ftc.gov.

commandercarey@gmail.com (Federal Trade Commission) Life Wed, 02 Nov 2022 10:56:54 -0400
United for the Troops Wishlist https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/charities/6364-united-for-the-troops-wishlist6364-united-for-the-troops-wishlist https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/charities/6364-united-for-the-troops-wishlist6364-united-for-the-troops-wishlist

“...Knowing there are men and
women back home who
understand and appreciate some
of the sacrifices made is a source
of strength and comfort...”

USAF Captain


If you can provide any of the items in the accompanying photo, contact United for the Troops at unitedforthetroops@gmail.com. You can also visit their website or make a financial donation through Venmo: UFT-2007

commandercarey@gmail.com (HH) Charities Tue, 01 Nov 2022 17:05:16 -0400
Hudson Valley Restaurant Week starts November 7. https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/life/6362-hudson-valley-restaurant-week-starts-november-76362-hudson-valley-restaurant-week-starts-november-7 https://news.hamlethub.com/yorktown/life/6362-hudson-valley-restaurant-week-starts-november-76362-hudson-valley-restaurant-week-starts-november-7

Be sure to make your reservations for Hudson Valley Restaurant Week that begins Monday, November 7th and runs through Sunday, November 20th. Restaurant Week has 138 restaurants in Westchester and the Hudson Valley that will offer three course lunches for $24.95 or $29.95 and dinners for $39.95 or $44.95.

Yorktown: Peter Pratt’s Inn,  (Dinner Wednesday-Friday & Sunday) Chef Jonathan Pratt always puts a modern spin on traditional dishes in this Revolutionary War era colonial home across from the Davenport House – General George Washington’s command post.

Yorktown Heights:  Barnwood Grill:(Lunch: Mon-Sun & Dinner: Sun-Thurs) The menu focuses on homestyle cooking. HVRW menu

Furci’s: (Dinner: Wednesday-Sunday) Family-owned Italian restaurant featuring homemade soups, salad dressings, Sicilian rice balls, gnocchi bolognese. HVRW menu

Hudson Valley Steakhouse: (Dinner: Sunday & Tuesday-Thursday) Known for quality USDA Prime cuts and Dry aged hand selected Steaks, Fresh Fish , Dover sole, 3lb Lobsters, Sea bass , fresh Oysters. (https://www.hudsonvalleysteakhouse.com/)

Katonah: Le Fontane: (Lunch: Tuesday-Sunday & Dinner: Tuesday-Friday & Sunday) A taste of Italy in Somers. HVRW menu.

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is presented by The Valley Table 

For a full list of the participating restaurants in the Hudson Valley region click here.

commandercarey@gmail.com (HH) Life Tue, 01 Nov 2022 11:52:12 -0400