If you want to be proud of your hometown, take a look at Chronogram Magazine’s April 27 posting about “Peekskill and Northern Westchester, Art and Nature Intertwined.” The writer, David Neilsen pays great respect to Peekskill’s history, art, nature and culture in the article.
He notes the city’s role in the Underground Railroad, it’s inception in the 1600s, the historic the beautifuland future plans for new parks. He also recognizes many local establishments, including the , , the, , and other “eclectic” restaurants on N. Division Street. Of course he did not leave out the
Here is an excerpt:
Today, Peekskill and Northern Westchester compose a calm world of natural beauty, artistic creativity, and friendly people living in a series of tightly knit communities. Visiting the area, it’s hard to believe you’re less than an hour away from New York City.
After lauding Peekskill, Neilsen moves on to Croton-on-Hudson, Yorktown and Katonah’s history, charm, nature, dining and art.
Read the full article here, and share this article with your friends, both near and far.
Make those who live here happy they do and those who don’t wish they did!