1.) Psychic Fair Scheduled at Hen Hud High School
The Hendrick Hudson Lions Clubs has scheduled a psychic fair today from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. a the Hendrick Hudson High School. Sixteen of the Hudson Valley’s most talented psychics and mediums will be on hand to do private one-on-one readings, as well as group readings in the style of The Long Island Medium and John Edward. Check here for schedules.
Peekskill Mayor Mayor Foster announced the appointment of Edward P. Dunphy as Corporation Counsel, and Brent W. VanZandt, P.E., as City Engineer/Director of Public Works. Dunphy most recently served as Acting Corporation Counsel for the City of Yonkers, and VanZandt was previously a 22-year civil engineering veteran with New York State’s Department of Transportation.
3.) Field Library Hosts Ben Altman: Say Peekskill
The Field Library Gallery is hosting the exhibit Ben Altman: Say Peekskill, through March 28. The show emphasizes the artist’s stimulating work with photography and sound. The Field Library Gallery is located on the upper, mezzanine level of the adult reading rooms, and viewing hours are the same as the Field Library open hours. The Field Library is located at 4 Nelson Avenue, Peekskill, New York, and is wheelchair-accessible. For further information please call Sibyl Canaan, Library Director at (914) 737-7110, or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the library's website www.peekskill.org.
4.) Metrocard Mobile Van at the Field Library in Peekskill
Westchester County’s full-service MetroCard Mobile Van, provided by the county’s Department of Transportation in conjunction with the MTA New York City Transit Authority, will be at the Richard E. Hayes Building Plaza at 4 Nelson Ave. in Peekskill from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. MetroCards can be used on the county’s Bee-Line bus system as well as New York City’s transit system. The MetroCard Mobile Van provides transit riders with a "one-stop shop" for all MetroCard services. In addition, staff will be available to explain rates, discounts and answer any questions.
5.) Woman's Club of Peekskill & Cortlandt to Discuss Lincoln Depot
The Woman's Club of Peekskill & Cortlandt is meeting tonight at the Lincoln Depot Museum. After a brief business meeting, Susan Jacobson, executive director of the Lincoln Depot Foundation, will give a brief presentation about the restoration of the depot & future of the museum, whose overarching theme is Lincoln and New York: The Indispensable Relationship. The meeting begins at 7:30 pm inside the Lincoln Depot Museum, located South Water Street and Central Avenue in Peekskill. Email email@example.com if you plan to attend.
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