The 411: Though it has no access to the Hudson, the ultra-small village—a part of the town of Greenburgh—is still considered one of the Rivertowns and maintains a quieter, more low-key version of the artsy Rivertown vibe. The village is thoroughly residential, with residents drawn to the availability of ranches, Capes, and Colonials in a high-achieving, close-knit school district (students graduate together from one elementary school to one middle school to one high school). What little town life there is centers around the few strip malls located on the main thoroughfare, route 9A (Saw Mill River Road), where there is a handful of independent shops and restaurants (including quite a few sushi destinations!) nestled between chain stores and dry cleaners. And, though it's small (a little over four thousand people in one square mile), the town has multiple parks for school children to run around in, including Macy Park, a county-run park, and Ashford Park, which boasts lighted tennis courts, a gazebo, and a seasonal snack bar.
Size: 1.3 square miles
Median Home Sales Price: $647,500 (Westchester County Median: $725,000)
Ardsley, Addyman Square, late 1940s.
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The 2016 PGA Championship will be played at Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, New Jersey from July 25-31, 2016. The event annually features one of the deepest international fields in golf and includes the most top 100 world-ranked players of any event in golf. This will be the 2nd time that Baltusrol has hosted the PGA Championship as the venue was the backdrop for the 2005 tournament when...
Music City Home Inspection gives you a specified time to hire your own home inspector to check the property out, and protects you from buying a home with serious, previously unknown problems. Your offer should be contingent on the results so that if there are major issues you can walk away from the transaction. If the home inspector only finds minor problems, you also have the option to require...
In this camp, students will develop artistic skills and creativity while still having fun. The Pre-Teen Art Institute will focus on building a foundation in drawing, painting, and sculpture.
Monday - Thursday: 9:30am - 12:30pm
2 Week Sessions:
June 27 - July 7 (No class July 4) - Fee $273
July 11 - 21 - Fee: $312
July 25 - August 4 - Fee: $312
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An intensive camp to develop artistic skill and creativity, the Teen Art Institute will focus on drawing fundamentals as well as developing a conceptual and personal voice using varied materials. Mornings will be spent developing drawing skills using still life, figure drawing, and other structural$728/Full day exercises to immerse the student in a college setting. Afternoons will be focused on...
PRESENTING THE HUMANE SOCIETY OF WESTCHESTER'S 2016 SPECIAL RESCUES CALENDAR!
Featuring the beautful photographs of Geoff Tischman of Tischman Pets Photography, this calendar combines amazing images of our former shelter pets with their heartwarming rescue stories.
Purchase one for yourself, for your friends and loved ones -- please know that all of the proceeds directly benefit the...
A free educational program by the Alzheimer's Association Hudson Valley Chapter with information on detection, risk factors, stages of the disease, treatment and more. For more information or to RSVP, call 800.272.3900. This program is supported in part by a grant from the New York State Department of Health.
IMMIGRATION NATION: ART SHOWCASE
In a melting pot of a country like the United States, we are looking at yet another Presidential Election where we have a spotlight on immigrants.
Every country big or small has had immigration. But what we need is to desegregate from the mentality that one should exclude someone because of a non-choice like where you were born. Do we forget that...
People passing through the New Rochelle train station on Thursday evenings can expect free pop up performances between 5:30 and 7 pm from June through September. Mayor Noam Bramson and Anthony Panarella of Nissan of New Rochelle will be on hand this Thursday, June 9th as the New Rochelle Council on the Arts (NRCA) kicks off its series of summer “Arts Encounters”...