Meetings, Ribbon Cuttings and Job Fairs

Five things to know for today, April 2.

1.) Ribbon Cutting Scheduled this Morning for Peekskill Victorian 

This morning, Community Capital New York, one of the largest nonprofit microfinance agencies working in seven Hudson Valley counties, and Peekskill Mayor Mary Foster will cut the ribbon on a late 1800s Victorian that was recently rehabilitated. The event is scheduled to start inside at the home, located at 122 Nelson Ave., at 8 a.m.

2.) Northern Westchester's Spring Job & Intern Fair

Held at the Cortlandt Colonial Ballroom, in Cortlandt Manor, NY, this job and intern fair is open to both businesses looking to advertise, and employees looking to find work/internships. The event is scheduled to begin today at 11 a.m. The Cortlandt Colonial Ballroom is located at  714 Old Albany Post Rd. in Cortlandt Manor.

3.) The Peekskill School Board Meets Tonight

The Peekskill school board is scheduled to meet tonight the district office buiding, located at 1031 Elm St. in Peekskill. The public portion of the meeting starts at 7 p.m. An agenda is available here.

4.) The Cortlandt Planning Board Meets Tonight

The Cortlandt Planning Board meets tonight at 7 p.m. inside town hall, located at 1 Heady St., in Cortlandt Manor. An agenda is available here.

5.) WORDPLAY: Teen Poetry Workshops at the Field Library

The Field Library in Peekskill will host "WORDPLAY," a poetry workshop for middle and high schoolers, today at 3:30 p.m. Today’s session will be the third of 4 creative workshops culminating with an open mic performance ,where participants can share their creations with an intimate audience. Each workshop provides guidance in expression, introspection, public speaking, constructive criticism, editing, and teamwork and is a supportive community and a place to receive feedback and new ideas. The series is led by local poet Ibrahim Siddiq, with guest spoken word artists each week. For more details or to reserve your spot contact the library at (914) 737-1212 or eanastasi@wlsmail.org.


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