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Release Date: August 19, 2010

The Ossining Recreation Fall Brochure (e-Brochure) is Available On-Line

at click on the Recreation tab.  Program in-person registration will begin on Wednesday, September 8th at 9 a.m. You can register online starting  September 1st at 9am if you go to , open an account and then go to the Community Center to activate the account. If you already have current a Recreation account you are all set, but remember all accounts must be renewed yearly.  For more information call 941-3189.



The Ossining Public Library and Eduscape Associates present College Essay Boot Camp.  A six-hour workshop over 2 nights:  Monday, August 23rd and Tuesday, August 24th from 5 – 8 p.m. in the 2nd floor conference room.  Rising seniors write your college essay with us in two sessions using our successful 6 step process.  You will learn how to Capture the attention of the College Admissions reader.  You will showcase your interest and experiences.  Enlist now!  Register online at  For more information, stop by or call the teen room at 941-2416 ext.336. 



St. Ann's School will have Open House on Saturday August 21st and Sunday August 22nd from 12 to 3 pm.  It is still not too late to register for the 2010 school year.  Limited openings still available in our popular Peas & Karrots flexible Pre-K program.  Small class sizes and experienced faculty in our K through 8th grades.  St. Ann's School is Middle States Accredited since 1995.  Come see the St. Ann's difference!



Ossining High School Cheerleaders are having a car wash Saturday, August 21 at Stop&Shop Grocery Store - westside of the building.  Starting at 11:00am.  Cars-$5.00 and Trucks-$7.00.  Come out and support the OHS Cheerleaders.



James Patterson, New York Times Bestselling Author, to Appear at Ossining Public Library      New York Times best selling author, James Patterson, will be appearing in the Budarz Theater, located at the Ossining Public Library, on Saturday, August 21 at 1:00 p.m. Patterson is well-known as one of the most successful and prolific authors of our time and his novels routinely reach the upper echelons of all major national best seller lists, including the New York Times. The Ossining Public Library event will focus on Patterson’s newest and fastest growing audience: Teens.  The program, presented by the Teen Services Department at the Library, will consist of three segments. The first is presented in an interview format in which the author will be interviewed by Bob Minzesheimer, a staff writer for USA Today. Mr. Minzesheimer will also moderate a panel consisting of two teen “fans” that will put questions to the famous author. The second segment of the program will be an open question and answer session, where anyone in the audience can engage with Mr. Patterson. Mr. Minzesheimer will also moderate this segment. The third and final segment will be a book signing where Mr. Patterson will sign books for anyone wishing an autographed copy. Village Books of Pleasantville will be on-hand with copies of Patterson’s books available for purchase for those who desire signed copies. Those who already own copies of Patterson’s novels are welcome to bring their copies to the Library for Mr. Patterson to sign. Additionally, there will be a random drawing for two of Patterson’s most recent young adult novels, Witch & Wizard and Fang, both of which will be signed by the author.

In a recent New York Times article about the author, the author says that his inspiration to write young adult novels came from his son, Jack. Like most preteen and early teen boys, Jack had a reluctance to read much of anything. Patterson wanted to write books for preteens and teenagers that would be fun as well as easy to read. The young adult genre was, in one sense, a big leap for an author of primarily violent thrillers. At the same time, writing for young adults was a natural fit for Patterson, whose unadorned prose and fast-paced plots are well suited to reluctant readers. Promoting literacy among children and teens has since become a pet cause for him and he hosts a website,, aimed at helping parents choose books for their children.

The James Patterson event is open to everyone and is free of charge. However, space is limited. Those wishing to attend this event need to have a ticket in order to be admitted. The tickets are free and are available on a first-come, first-served basis and may be reserved by contacting the Teen Services Desk at the Ossining Public Library at 914-941-2416, extension 336. Tickets can be picked up at the Library anytime during Library hours now through the day of the event.



Ossining Recreation Presents 9’ER Baseball Camp at Ryder Park!  Techniques and fundamentals of baseball are taught with the emphasis on FUN. All baseball skills including hitting, catching, throwing and base running will be taught by former Detroit Tiger Catcher TED LAWERENCE and his staff.  AGES 7 – 12.  Fee: $175.00.  August 23rd thru 27th.  Camp Director - Former Detroit Tiger, Ted Lawrence.  Register at the Community Center or online  at  for more information call 941-3189.



Paul Gherson Photography Exhibit “Faces of Japan at Cherry Blossom Time” on Display at Ossining Public Library The photography of Paul Gherson is featured in a new exhibit on display in the Gallery at the Ossining Public Library, now through August 30. The exhibit is open daily during normal library hours and is free.  Gherson’s exhibit features photography taken while on two separate trips to Japan, a destination that Gherson traveled to in April 2007 and again in April 2010. April is the time of year that Japan celebrates the Cherry Blossom or “Sakura” as it is known in Japan.  The Cherry Blossom time of year is especially colorful and brimming with life. It is a favorite time of year for weddings and many other family celebrations. The Japanese also celebrate that time of the year with “hanami” (cherry blossom viewing) parties under the blooming trees.  The cherry blossom is Japan's unofficial national flower. It has been celebrated for many centuries and holds a very prominent position in Japanese culture. There are many dozens of different cherry tree varieties in Japan, most of which bloom for just a couple of days during the spring. Gherson’s photography expertly captures this colorful time of year in the expressive faces and captivating native dress of Japan’s people.  Making the exhibit unique is that he did not originally envision the works on display as an exhibit. When deciding what to display, he “discovered” many of the photographs naturally fell into the overall theme of Japan during the Cherry Blossom season. Thus, the exhibit became “Faces of Japan at Cherry Blossom Time”.  The exhibit is on display in the Gallery located on the lower level of the Ossining Public Library and can be viewed anytime during normal library hours now through August 30.



Community Singing Group “Old Mill Singers” Invites New Members to Join for its 2010 Holiday Show  The Old Mill Singers invite those who enjoy singing to join us as we prepare for our upcoming show in December, 2010.  With a theme of “Have A Merry…..” the show will include a variety of holiday themed numbers -- from the silly to the sublime – continuing our tradition of just plain having fun as we entertain Westchester County.  They begin rehearsals for their holiday show on Tuesday night, September 7th.  Weekly rehearsals are on Tuesday evenings at 7:30pm at St. Paul’s-On-The-Hill Episcopal Church, 40 Ganung Drive in Ossining.  A largely amateur chorus, The Old Mill Singers tackle most styles of music – pop, jazz, Broadway, folk, ethnic, novelty acts and even some original numbers composed by their members.  They may do a little bit of classical, but unlike most local choral groups their focus is on lighter fare.  They have no formal auditions so if you like to sing, come give us a try and sit in on a rehearsal. The ability to read music is not required - just the ability to sing in tune in a group.  President John Massey says, “I probably couldn’t get into most of the choruses in Westchester County, but director Gary Bratt has the skill to take a hodge-podge of just plain folks and make us sound good.”  In fact, that is a hallmark of who we are – an eclectic mix of some very good singers and some just very good people – who like to have fun with music and with each other.  Gary Bratt has been the director for most of the nearly forty years they’ve been around.  They now have about sixty active members, men and women of all ages and from all walks of life.  Also, there is a separate children’s chorus so Old Mill is truly a family affair.  In addition to their semi-annual concerts, The Old Mill Singers perform at community functions and local nursing homes.  This year we are again scheduled to sing a portion of our holiday concert in the lobby of the Met Life Building in New York City, entertaining commuters as they head for Grand Central Terminal.   See us on the web at or on Facebook.  Prospective members should contact our Membership Chairman, Sharon Brana at or 914 762-3765.  



First Friday Tango Milonga Rescheduled for Friday, September 10 Due to Ossining's Main Street Fireman's Parade.  Josie's International School of Dance, 125 Main Street, Ossining 432-8502,                        



Gift Shop Re-Opens!  The Lantern Gift Shop, located on the grounds of St. Paul's-on-the-Hill (Episcopal) Church will start the fall season on Saturday, September 11. New merchandise is arriving. Come visit the shop. It will be open that day from 10 AM to 3 PM.  Regular shop hours—10 AM to 1 PM—will resume on Saturday, September 18.  The church and its Lantern Gift Shop are at 40 Ganung Drive, Ossining, just east of 9A, off Rte 133. For directions or other information, call the church office at 941-6627, or go on line to: The Lantern shop is adjacent to the church at the Ganung Drive entrance.


Teatown Events: 

- Saturday, September 11, 9:30 am – 11:30 am      FALL MUSHROOM HIKE

ALL WELCOME. Join Dianna Smith, from the Connecticut-Westchester Mycological Association, on this walk to locate and identify fall mushrooms.

-Saturday, September 11, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm       CANOE THE CROTON

ADULTS. Take a scenic paddle through tidal marshes and past rocky outcrops where the original Tarzan movies were filmed. On the way, look for herons, eagles, egrets and other wildlife. Bring water, lunch, sunscreen and a hat. Be prepared to get wet. Canoeing experience is necessary. Meet at Teatown to carpool to the put-in site. Members $10, Non-Members $20 per person.

-Sunday, September 12, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm     SUNDAY ANIMAL ADVENTURES

CHILDREN. Who are Teatown’s best ambassadors? The animals in our collection – that’s who! Each session will feature the natural history, conservation status and ecological connections of a local species. For children of all ages, little ones must be accompanied by an adult.

For Information or to register for a program, call (914) 762-2912 ext 110, Tuesday – Sunday, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM.  Registration is required for all programs.  All programs take place in the Nature Center at Teatown Lake Reservation (1600 Spring Valley Road, Ossining NY 10562) unless otherwise noted and are free for members and $5 for nonmembers (plus materials fee, if applicable) unless otherwise noted.  When applicable, all programs must be paid for at the time of booking.  They accept VISA, MasterCard, American Express and Discover, or you can pay in person with cash or check.  No refund will be granted less than two weeks prior to the program date.  People withdrawing prior to this deadline will receive a 75% refund (less 25% administrative costs.)



Ossining Historical Society Flea Market – VENDORS WANTED!  Annual Flea Market/Antiques/Collectibles Fair, Sept. 12.  Rent a table for just $35!  Always a strong turnout!  For info, call (914) 941-0001.



Live “Oldtimey” Fiddle Band Concert featuring Harry Bolick and Wahoo at the Library The Ossining Public Library presents a live concert of “oldtimey” fiddle music featuring master-fiddler, Harry Bolick, and his band, Wahoo. The concert will take place on Sunday, September 12 at 3:00 pm in the Budarz Theater located in the library. The concert is free and all are welcome.  A thirty year veteran of the New York ‘Oldtimey’ music scene, fiddler Harry Bolick has mastered a variety of local fiddling styles from the southern states in a multitude of differing tunings, and has collected and composed a large number of contemporary fiddle tunes in traditional styles. 



EAC Positions Available

The Village Environmental Advisory Council (EAC) currently has three open positions for new members. The EAC, a volunteer body consisting of nine appointed members, works to raise awareness of environmental issues within the Village through education and outreach initiatives. It is also charged with administering the Village’s Local Waterfront Revitalization Program (LWRP) for development west of Route 9 to ensure the protection of coastal habitat areas and to guide future development in the waterfront area so that environmental concerns are taken into account. The EAC is also designated as an interested agency under the State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA) for the review of Environmental Impact Statements.

The EAC meets on the first Wednesday of every month. In addition to its regular review of applications, the EAC releases a quarterly environmental newsletter as well as public service announcements on issues of environmental importance. The Village EAC also plans and runs an informational booth at the annual Ossining Village fair.  EAC members also regularly participate with the Teatown Lake Reservation’s Environmental Leaders Learning Alliance (ELLA) initiative.

Village residents with a background in land use law, physical sciences, and related fields and those with an interest in environmental issues as they relate to the Village are strongly encouraged to apply. Interested parties should forward a letter of interest to Assistant Village Manager, Christina Papes at 16 Croton Avenue, Ossining, New York 10562 or to no later than September 15th. 



The Institute for End User Computing, Inc., an Ossining based 501(c)(3) nonprofit, would like to get in contact with any public or private school educators or home schooling parents in the area who will be teaching students about computer science and programming in the fall. The Institute is most interested in learning what topics educators plan to cover and would like to offer its assistance in identifying educational resources for them to use with their students.  You can find them on the web at and reach them via email sent to if you would like to participate in this outreach project or if you have any questions. Area students at all levels interested in computer science and programming are also invited to contact The Institute.



Are you-or someone you know moving, downsizing, or just finally ready to part with some unwanted furniture? Good news, we know someone who not only needs it, but would love it!  Furniture Sharehouse is Westchester’s own furniture bank. Furniture Sharehouse is a 501c3 non-profit, located in a maintenance building on the grounds of the country airport. Since April of 2007, they have been collecting, then re-distributing unwanted, basic furniture, as well as some furnishings, free, to clients of our 3 dozen member agencies.

YES we take small working appliances, rugs, mirrors and wall art

YES we take mattresses and upholstery that is not stained or ripped

YES we can pick up (although your dropping off keeps our costs down)

YES donors get a receipt for their taxes

They would also love to talk with you if you had some time, talent, services or supplies you might care to share. More information, as well as donation guidelines can be found on their website, or you could email questions to



Community Helping Hands is a new organization founded by Ossining and Briarcliff residents who envisions a community where people who choose to stay in their own homes as they age can do so knowing they have a support network surrounding them. CHH recognizes people's right to choose to spend their golden years in their own homes and the importance of having the right information and resources available to make aging in place as safe and comfortable as possible.  We are currently surveying seniors to identify their needs in order to help meet those needs.  For more information about becoming a Community Helping Hands volunteer, or to participate in a short survey regarding what services (for example, transportation, home repair, social events, etc) would be helpful, please send an email to Or call CHH at 914-346-7773.  New volunteers are welcome.



The Briarcliff Garden Club is recruiting new members for the coming year September 2010-2011. We are very interested in having you join us. Would you like to learn about Floral Arranging, Horticulture, Environmental issues, Civic Beautification, and our Garden Therapy Program at the Brandywine Adult Home. We take trips to various gardens. The club has interesting speakers monthly on various topics. We give a thousand dollar scholarship each year to a worthy High School Senior. Please call us at 432-8529 or at Our dues are $30 per year.




The Ossining Farmers Market is open at Market Square! This year, Community Markets is happy to welcome additional vendors to the market, which runs every Saturday from 8:30am to 1pm until December 18th on the corner of Main and Spring Street!  The market features fresh local, certified organic produce, artisinal organic breads, fish, meat, eggs, cheese, herbs, baked goods and specialty foods, handmade chutney, simmer sauces and other Indian delicacies from Calcutta Kitchens of Norwalk, CT., hard and soft goat cheeses, milk and yogurt from Coach Farm of Pine Plains, NY and mushrooms, orchids and vegetables from Hodgson Farm of Walden, NY.  Community Markets will also be hosting events like: cooking demos, tastings, a corn roast and live music throughout the season. Details are posted on their website:



Save the Date: Saturday, September 11 at 9 a.m. Ossining MATTERS will kick off its 8th Annual 5k Run/2 Mile Walk. Online registration is open now! Visit Don't miss this great community event.



New York Artisan, Jamie Ross, to Lead Art Workshop at Ossining Public Library  Noted New York artisan, Jamie Ross, will lead a workshop where she will teach participants the craft of watercolor tissue paper art collage and painting. The workshop will take place on Saturday, September 11, at 12:00 noon.   Each participant in the workshop will complete a finished work of tissue art. Landscape scenery and abstract paintings are themes that will also be discussed. Materials for the workshop will be provided.  Jamie Ross is an artist and illustrator, whose work has been published in many national magazines, including Reader's Digest and Playboy. She has appeared on the NBC News program "Wednesday's Child" with Janice Huff, where she conducted a print making art workshop with several children who were featured for adoption. Ms. Ross was recently invited to give a lecture and present her illustrations at the National Art League. She has designed and taught art workshops for children, teens and adults throughout the five boroughs of New York City and Westchester County and New Jersey. She was awarded the “Lifetime Arts” grant in 2009 and again in 2010 to present a series of painting programs for senior adults.  The workshop is open to all and is free.

Hudson Chorale Welcomes New Members



The Hudson Chorale - a newly-formed chorus resulting from the merger of the Westchester Concert Singers and the Choral Arts Society, two of the oldest choruses in Westchester County – is welcoming new members for its 2010-2011 season.  Singers in all voice parts (S, A, T, B) are invited to join Westchester’s largest mixed-voice choral group for an exciting inaugural season.  The chorus’s goal is to provide both audience members and singers with the best possible experience in choral singing; its repertoire will range from the great masterpieces to contemporary compositions.  The new group’s first concert will take place Sunday, January 23rd (venue to be determined) and will feature the magnificent Brahms Requiem plus other works inspired by the writings of Walt Whitman and Dante.  Singers looking for a new or additional choral family are encouraged to consider the Hudson Chorale.  Michael Conley, Music Director of the Choral Arts Society for the past four years, will continue as the director of the Hudson Chorale.  Mr. Conley enjoys a multi-faceted career as a conductor, composer, pianist, organist and singer.  In addition to serving as Music Director of the Hudson Chorale, Mr. Conley is the Music Director of the West Village Chorale and Judson Memorial Church in Manhattan, and is the Director of the High School Chorus at the Dalton School in New York City.  Rehearsals for the upcoming season will begin on Monday, Sept. 13 from 7:45 pm – 10:00 pm and will take place in Scarborough.  “Singer-friendly” auditions will be held on Mondays, Sept. 13 and 20, 2010, prior to rehearsal.  To receive additional information and/or to schedule a time for an audition, contact Jeanne Wygant at or call (914) 478-0074.



Presenting the Films of Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger The Associates of the Ossining Public Library announce a free film series featuring the films of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger that will begin on Wednesday, September 15, at 7:00pm, and will continue with one film each month through December. Each film is free to attend will be shown in the Budarz Theater located in the Ossining Public Library.

The films being shown in the series are I Know Where I’m Going” from 1945, starring Joan Webster which will be shown on Wednesday, September 15, Stairway to Heaven” from 1946 starring David Niven and Kim Hunter shown on Wednesday, October 13, Black Narcissus” from 1947 starring Deborah Kerr and David Farrar showing on Wednesday, November 3, and The Red Shoes” from 1948 starring Jean Short and Marius Goring showing on Wednesday, December 1. Each film starts at 7:00pm.   Michael Powell was born and raised in Canterbury, England, and learned the craft of filmmaking by working various jobs at the studios of Denham & Pinewood, working his way up to producer on a series of short films made to fulfill quota agreements between Britain and America during the years between the wars. He eventually met and teamed up with Emeric Pressburger and under the banner of “The Archers” shared joint credit for an important series of films through the 1940s and 1950s. Powell’s film work has been an influence on modern filmmakers such as Francis Ford Coppola and Martin Scorsese.  Emeric Pressburger was born in Hungary and educated at the Universities of Prague and Stuttgart. Prior to WWII, he worked on films for the UFA (the German film industry) in Berlin as well as in Paris. Being Jewish, he managed to escape WWII Germany and found sanctuary in London where he eventually met Michael Powell. Together as “The Archers”, Pressburger often showed a deep understanding of the British, even though on arrival in England he spoke almost no English.

The four films that comprise this series represent some of the most important and finest work of the filmmaking duo and serve to illustrate some of the best of what Hollywood produced in the 1940s and 1950s. The series, presented by the Associates of the Ossining Public Library, is moderated by Mark Hassklar. Mr. Hassklar served as Director of the Chappaqua Public Library where he moderated a very successful and long-running fim series. The Powell & Pressburger film series is curated by Bonnie Katz. The series is open to everyone and is free. For information, call 914-941-2416.



Assemblywoman Sandy Galef Hosts a Forum on Property Tax Relief Shrinking School Budgets Through Sharing and Consolidation, on Thursday, September 16th   From 7:00-9:00 p.m. at the Cortlandt Town Hall, 1 Heady Street, Cortlandt Manor with:  Jonathan Drapkin- Executive Director, Pattern for Progress; Charles Zettek Jr.-Vice President and Director of Government Management Services, Center for Governmental Research; John Clarkson-former Executive Director, State Commission on Local Government Efficiency and Competitiveness and Dr. Joseph L. Natale-Director, Advisory Solutions, New York State School Boards Association.  Some school districts in the area are seeing declining enrollment, lower state aid, and increased difficulty getting budgets passed with ever-growing property taxes. This forum is an opportunity to discuss what is often considered highly controversial.  Hopefully it will offer insight about ways other states have approached education financing, and what we can do to continue to offer the excellent educational programs and high standards we are known for in Westchester and Putnam Counties, and New York as a whole. These panelists have all been involved with studies within New York State and beyond that analyzed areas schools can look to for savings.  There will be an opportunity for Q & A following the panel discussion.




The Northern Westchester Model Railroad Club has its next monthly meeting Thursday, September 16, in the community room of the Apple Bank in the Rose Hill Shopping Center in Thornwood. The meeting will begin by 8:00PM and generally breaks up around 10PM. If you would like to attend, please call Hank Teller for all details at 914-309-2395.  Hank Teller will also be glad to answer any questions about model railroading. You can call him at 914-309-2395.  The Northern Westchester Model Railroad Club meets monthly on the third Thursday of the month except in July and August. Come and find out why model railroading is the “Worlds Greatest Hobby.”



Maryknoll International Film Festival and Discussion The Painted Veil, Sept. 17, 7:30 P.M.

The first offering of the 2010-2011 Maryknoll International Film Festival, sponsored by the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers, will be shown on Friday, Sept. 17, at 7:30 p.m., at the Maryknoll Mission Center, 55 Ryder Rd., in Ossining.   The series of nine monthly offerings titled, Life through Death: Self-giving Love and the Joy of Reconciliation, begins with The Painted Veil, a 2007 China-U.S.-Canada film from director John Curran.  Each film in the series is introduced by a Maryknoll missioner who will facilitate a brief discussion following the screening. More information is available at:  For more information 941-7590.  All are welcome.  Admission is free.  Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers –formally known as the Catholic Foreign Mission Society of America—was founded in 1911 with the support of the Bishops of the United States to be the chief mission outreach of the American Church.  We are currently serving the Church –especially among the poor-- in 27 countries worldwide.  For more information consult the World Wide Web at



Ossining Food Pantry Annual Celebration Sunday, September 19,  5 pm to 8 pm.  The event will be graciously hosted by Dr. Michael and Mrs. Clorissa Gioscia in the garden of their Westchester home.  Join us for wine, hors d'oeuvres, raffle and live music at this End of Summer Swing Fling.  Park at the Todd Elementary School in Briarcliff Manor and take the free shuttle bus to the party. Request for donation is $30 per person and can be paid at the door. For further information call 914-762-5510.



Classical Guitarist, Bret Williams In Concert at the Ossining Public Library  The Ossining Public Library presents a live concert of classical guitar music featuring Bret Williams, one of today’s rising stars of the classical guitar. The concert will take place on Sunday, September 19 at 3:00 pm in the Budarz Theater located in the library. The concert is free and all are welcome.  Bret Williams has been acclaimed as one of the most talented young classical guitarists performing in the United States.  For more information on the artist go to his website at



Career Planning Workshop hosted at the Ossining Public Library  The Library is hosting a free, one day career planning workshop that will take place on Saturday, September 25 from 10:30 am to 12:00 noon. The workshop is free and is open to all adults.  If you have ever wanted to understand how to assess yourself to achieve a good career fit, learn about good sources of career information that are available or become the manager of your own career path in today’s changing world, then this workshop is for you.  The workshop is lead by WEBS career counselors that are highly qualified professionals with many years of experience working with adults on career development issues. Many counselors also work at college adult education centers, in agency counseling programs, or hold private practices. This workshop is supported by a legislative grant from the Office of State Senator, Suzi Oppenheimer, and presented by the Westchester Library System’s Career & Educational Counseling Service. For information about the workshop, call 941-2416 extension 315.



The Lady With All The Answers, A delightful play about Ann Landers by David Rambo, Starring Carol Eagen Directed by Michael Muldoon.  "The Lady With All the Answers" performed by M&M Productions Acting Company, Inc. at the Ossining Public Library on Thursday, October 14th at 7:30 p.m. in the Budarz Theater.  "Dear Ann Landers"…For decades, renowned advice columnist Ann Landers answered countless letters from lovelorn teens, confused couples and a multitude of others in need of advice. No topic was off-limits, including nude housekeeping, sex in a motorcycle helmet, the proper way to hang toilet paper, sibling rivalries, addiction and wandering spouses. Landers regaled her readers with direct, insightful and often humorously honest responses. Late on a 1975 night in Landers' Chicago apartment, an ironic twist of events confronts her with a looming deadline for a column dealing with a new kind of heartbreak: her own. As she shares her struggles to complete the column with us, we learn as much about ourselves as we do about the wise, funny, no-nonsense woman whose daily dialogue with America helped shape the social and sexual landscapes of the last half-century. Directed by Michael Muldoon, Carol Eagen will portray the delightful Ann Landers. For more information contact Melinda O’Brien at 914.962.3431 or




Saturday, October 16, 2010

For additional information contact:

Gary Farrell at , 914-762-1297 or

 John Crawford at, 914-762-1958



Save the dateOctober 20, at the Ossining Public Library, for “Serving our Aging Community” a Senior Citizen Forum hosted by Westchester Legislator Bill Burton, with speakers and lots of useful information. Details will be available as we get closer to the Forum. Any questions call Lisa Penberthy or Daysi Briones at 914-995-2838.



Dominican Sisters Family Health Service - Save the date of October 20 for the 18th Annual Mary and Carol Higgins Clark Luncheon and book signing at Abigail Kirsch - Tappan Hill Mansion in Tarrytown.  Tickets are $115 per person.  To RSVP - 941-1710 x-1131 or



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