New Castle Community eNewsletter 06/29/18

 

The New Castle eNewsletter

An Evening with Robert Klein

Iconic comedian & Broadway star Robert Klein has entertained audiences for more than 40 years and he continues to have an acclaimed career in comedy, on Broadway, on television, and in film.

He’s been nominated twice for Grammy Awards for “Best Comedy Album of the Year” and his albums “Child of the Fifties” and “Mind Over Matter.” Last year Marshall Fine’s documentary movie Robert Klein Still Can’t stop his Leg was a top movie on Starz & his best selling book The Amorous Busboy of Decatur Avenue: A Child of the Fifties Looks Back is still a top seller.

Currently he can be seen on the hit TV show “Will & Grace” as Graces Father & more important, he’s a very funny man! Tickets are available here.

2018 Summer Concert Series

Please join us for the 2018 Summer Concert Series. We will have beer & wine from DeCicco & Sons, multiple food trucks & fun activities for the kids.

Wed., 7/11 – White Wedding (80’s tribute band)
Wed., 7/18 – Tramps Like Us (Bruce Springsteen cover band)
Wed., 7/25 – Rebecca Haviland & Whiskey Heart
Wed., 8/1 – FDR Drive

Thank you to our sponsors:

Series Sponsor:
Breezemont Day Camp

Gold Sponsors:
JP McHale Pest Management
Mountain Treatment Center

Platinum Sponsors
Club Fit
Financial Asset Management Corp
Korth & Shannahan
Saw MNill Clyub
Sunrise Solar Solutions
Sunshine Children’s Home

Diamond Sponsors
Breeze
Jodi’s Gym
Northern Westchester Hospital

NEW: SaniPro’s Schedule for Independence Day Week

Changes to SaniPro’s pick-up schedule for Independence Day week. Wednesday will be collected on Thursday, Thursday will be collected on Friday and Friday will be collected on Saturday. No change for Monday and Tuesday.

NEW: Take It Or Leave It Shed

In view of the predicted hot weather on Saturday, the Take It Or Leave It may close early. This is an extra reason for people to drop off their items early in the morning. Please no large things (we have very limited space, and everything must be returned to the shed when we close), and no books or clothes (these can go to the recycling center on Hunts Lane.)

NEW: Walk on Down to Chappaqua’s Annual Summer Sidewalk Sale July 19-21, 2018

More than 40 Chappaqua merchants will be participating in this year’s Chappaqua Summer Sidewalk Sale, a three-day extravaganza taking place Thursday, July 19 through Saturday, July 21 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily. Featuring everything from jewelry and handbags to apparel and art, the event is a perfect opportunity for both residents and visitors to buy quality merchandise at incredible prices.

NEW: Chappaqua Library Events

 

Author Talk: The Blasphemers

Author Annamaria Alfieri discusses the third book in her projected 10-book Vera and Tolliver series of historical mysteries set in early 20th century British East Africa, A world traveler, Annamaria takes a keen interest in the history of the places she visits. Her 5 books on business subjects include, Never Work for a Jerk, was featured on the Oprah Winfrey show and the current Monster Boss.
Tuesday, July 10, 2018 @ 7PM 

Lecture: On-the-Go Self Care

Clinical psychologist Dr. Adwoa Akhu merges psychology with spirituality. Calling on her broad experience of helping people with stress, anxiety, depression and trauma to focus on improving all the relationships in one’s life.
Thursday, July 12, 2018 @ 7PM 

Concert: New Westchester Symphony Orchestra

Non-professional musicians in and around Westchester County are given an opportunity to build musicianship in a supportive, non-competitive setting, while practicing and performing significant orchestral and ensemble works. The program will include works by Haydn, Bizet, Brahms, Mendelssohn and Shostakovich. Conducted by Benjamin Niemczyk
Saturday, July 14, 2018 @ 3PM

NEW: Chappaqua Farmers Market – SLENDER CARROTS, MEATY MUSHROOMS AND SNAKE PLISSKIN AT THE MARKET THIS WEEK!

I love the way they stack their carrots at Sun Sprout Farm. The color block of bright orange provides such a pop of color against their wall of forest greens. Each carrot is like a stalk of art. And the taste? Sweet, clean and crunchy when eaten raw. Sweet smooth and silky when cooked on the grill or in a pan. Lately, I’ve enjoyed tossing them on the grill with their stems. They are particularly delicious if they get a nice char and theirs are the perfect size to eat from the stem.

Read more on the blog.

NEW: Chappaqua-Millwood Chamber of Commerce

The “Lemonade (stand…for a cause!)” will be in front of hip-kid (77 South Greeley Avenue) this summer on Saturdays 11am-2pm. Everything needed for the stand is provided by hip-kid—but they need kids to run the stand! (children under must have parental supervision) This Saturday, 100% of the profits from the stand will go to the Humane Society of New York, the nation’s largest and most effective animal protection organization. If you can staff all 3 time slots, you can choose your own charity! Visit Lemonade Stand for a Cause or Hip Kid to sign up or for more info. ——————————————————————————————————————— TONIGHT! Chappaqua Wine & Spirit (65 King Street) invites you to a tasting of red and white wines that are great for summer, from 5-8pm. ——————————————————————————————————————— NEW BUSINESS! Local company BFranklin is passionate about helping residents convert their homes to energy-efficient, long-lasting, great-looking LED lights. Tired of changing light bulbs? The BFranklin Try Light Kit is a unique and easy way to upgrade all of your home’s lighting to long-lasting LEDs in one shot. Save $300-$500 per year, every year. No changing light bulbs for at least 10 years. Reduce your carbon footprint from lighting by 80%. Get started TODAY by ordering your FREE Try Light Kit at BFranklin’s WebsiteFourth of July Special: Enter discount code CHAP4SAVE10 when you order the FREE Kit by July 8in order to receive 10% of your bulb order ($100 minimum). ——————————————————————————————————————— A new Sounds of Music Early Childhood Instrumental Music Class for 3-5-year olds is beginning on Thursday, July 8 at 4:45-5:15 pm at Amadeus (210 King Street). If interested, email Amadeus at amadeusconservatoryofmusic@gmail.com. Children learn to play simple melodies on xylophones, small 1/8-size violins, bongos, shakers, ukuleles, snare drum, piano, interesting small percussion instruments, congas, and accordions. There are two openings left for the class. ——————————————————————————————————————— Le Jardin du Roi (95 King Street) wants everyone to know their smoker is fired up! Ribs, pulled chicken, brisket & pulled pork!!! Everything you need for your summer BBQ! ——————————————————————————————————————— Family Britches Summer Sale for Mens, Womens and Boys apparel is in full bloom (70 King Street). In case you’re thinking ahead, preview the new Fall 2018 selections that are arriving daily. The perfect gift? A wardrobe consultation in our store or your home!

NEW: Just in Case You Missed It

Rob Greenstein
Supervisor, New Castle

  • 2018 Summer Concert Series
  • Refuse Collection Schedule for Independence Day Week
  • Taxi Service at the Chappaqua Train Station
  • Westchester County Airport
  • Millwood – Train Trestle Banner
  • School Security
  • Downtown Chappaqua Infrastructure and Streetscape Project Update
  • Chappaqua Crossing
  • Closing lower King
  • Con Ed
  • Park Ranger / Animal Warden
  • Cell Tower
  • Celebrate the Start of Summer!

Read more here.Jill Shapiro
Town Administrator, New Castle

  • Paving 2018
  • King Street Sidewalk Part II (117 to Grafflin)
  • Parking Permits
  • House Keeping

Read more here.

LawnChair Theater Returns!

LawnChair Theater Returns with the perfect play for the middle of summer. The Town of New Castle along with the Art & Culture Committee present LawnChair Theater Company’s version of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” at the Recreation Field on Friday, July 20th at 6:00 pm. Bring a blanket or a chair and have a picnic dinner while watching the play.

Please note: The Chappaqua Performing Arts Center is the rain venue.

Lawn Chair Theater is a summer theater program that has brought outdoor performances to the parks of Westchester since 2005. They have had great fun producing plays of Shakespeare during summertime. Their casts are multi-generational, blending both professional and amateur performers. Their goal is to contemporize Shakespeare without rewriting him, and to create community through their work and play.

Summer Recreation is Now Open

Click here to register.

New Castle For Inclusion & Diversity Committee Presents LGBT Pride Month

The New Castle For Inclusion & Diversity Committee celebrates LGBT Pride Month by remembering important LGBT Rights Milestones.

Registration open for 3rd/4th/5th/6th Grade Fall 2018 Field Hockey Program

Registration is now open for the New Castle Field Hockey Association’s Fall Clinics for rising 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students. The clinics will be held on Saturday afternoons at HGHS from Sept. 8th through Nov. 3rd. The sessions will be conducted by the HGHS Varsity coaches. Click here for the registration form and more information. Beginners and experienced players are welcome.