The 411: Hartsdale is a haven for commuters. The small Greenburgh hamlet is home to its own Metro-North station, and a bustling scene to serve the train's riders stretches down the picturesque Hartsdale Avenue. There, you can find places to grab an after-work drink, restaurants for eat-in or take-out dinners, boutiques for browsing, or just an easy morning coffee and bagel. (Be sure to dress that bagel with cream cheese from the Hartsdale Cheesery.) Those in need of more serious shopping brave the crowded, busy strip malls, filled with restaurants, chain stores, and movie theaters, lining Central Avenue. Not just a train depot, well-manicured residential areas also abound in Hartsdale, and you can find a mix of Tudors and homes from the 1930s together with more modern houses built in the 1950s and 1960s. In the charming "Poets Corner" neighborhood, streets ending in cul de sacs bear the names of famous writers such as Poe, Keats, Longfellow, and Chaucer.
Size: 3.2 square miles
Median Home Sales Price: $529,267 (Westchester County Median: $725,000)
Average Property Taxes: $11,200
Closest Metro-North Stop: Hartsdale (Harlem Line)
Time to Grand Central: 39 minutes
Famous Residents (Past and Present): Actor Ron Silver Median Income
Household: $81,824(Westchester County Median: $77,856) Family: $100,330 (Westchester County Median: $105,300)
76.1% Caucasian 10.2% Asian 8.7% African American 5.0% Other 9.6% Hispanic or Latino of any race (i.e., already counted in another category above)
Crime:* *Sperling's Best Places Crime Index, based on 1 (best) through 10 (worst):
Violent Crime: 1 (Westchester Average: 2 National Average: 3) Property Crime: 1 (Westchester Average: 3 National Average: 3 )
From the first day, students are fully immersed in the Italian language and culture. Individual students’ requirements are met in a classroom of free expression and differentiated learning. Students are encouraged to audit the first lesson of one or more courses to better determine their proficiency level.
Winter Session: Monday, December 1 – Saturday, March 7; (10...
Immerse your children in Italian song, rhyme, movement, and stories with a themed craft activity culminating each lesson. Our experienced teacher implements her own curriculum and songs,and has been teaching young children since 2008. Children learn in an age-appropriate, nurturing setting utilizing fun props. Vocabulary lists of childhood topics are provided each session for non-Italian...
Students are grouped by age and ability level in this full immersion enrichment class. The program is designed to allow students to acquire an understanding and develop basic communication skills in
the Italian language, while exploring its culture by engaging directly in interactive learning. They will follow a routine that is meant to reinforce what they have previously acquired and...
Adult Dance Program
Winter Session Begins on Wednesday, January 7, 2015
Open Adult classes are appropriate for previously experienced dancers looking to sharpen their technique
Fun and engaging classes offered in a non-competitive and supportive atmosphere.
Beginner Workshop is perfect for new dancers as well.
Great classes to get back into shape!
8 Weeks of Modern Dance -...
Come Explore a World Created out of LEGO(R) Bricks!
February 28th and March 1st
March 7th and 8th
Limited Timed Entry Tickets Now on Sale! $5 ages 3 and Up
For tickets and information visit http://larchmontbrickfest.org/
Last year this fun family event sold out!
This 300 square foot display will entertain people of all ages! Along...
This event occurs weekly, on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.
September 15, 2014 - May 20, 2015
Monday & Friday Mornings: 9:15am-12:00pm
Tuesday & Wednesday afternoons: 11:45am-2:30pm
To register or for more information call (914) 967-0700. Offered by semester. Fees vary.
Half day creative arts immersion program designed specifically for the Pre-K child to explore the arts while developing cognitive, social,...
In honor of Black History Month, Les Beaux-Arts Gallery in Greenwich, is proud to present “Icons of the Civil Rights Movement,” an inspiring visual and written exhibit that traces the history of the Civil Rights Movement and honors the many who sacrificed their lives for freedom and equality. The paintings are by Pamela Chatterton-Purdy and the accompanying historical...
Not Really is inspired by the fiction that encompasses our contemporary experience, from the mediated simulations of “Reality TV”, and the vicarious pleasures of “Celebreality,” to our manipulated, cropped, retouched, enhanced “photoshopped” and “auto-tuned” existence. The twelve artists in the exhibit on view at The College of New Rochelle Castle...
Heather Gaudio Fine Art is pleased to present Jasmina Danowski: Taking in the Obscenery, to be held February 21ththrough April 11th. This is Danowski’s first exhibition with the gallery and will feature her most recent body of work. The public is invited to attend a reception for the artist on Saturday, February 28th, 1-5 pm.
Danowski translates personal situational...
On September 20th at 1:00pm the New Castle Historical Society is celebrating the re-launch of the first-ever History Hunt Game – Meet Horace: The Original Game, redux at the Horace Greeley House, 100 King Street in Chappaqua.
We are happy (and proud!) to redesign this fantastic puzzle hunt so that players can participate on an on-going basis. Players are led though the...