Swim Across America Inc., [SAA] is dedicated to raising money and awareness for cancer research, prevention and treatment through swimming-related events.
Swim Across America held two events in Rye. The first one took place on July 11th at the Westchester County Club. There were 28 swimmers and they raised $15,000. This is a huge success. Beautiful weather was a key factor in making the day a success.
The second event was held on Thursday July 23rd at the Coveleigh Club. This event was exclusively for Coveleigh members and their guests.
The Rye City Police Department is investigating a theft that occurred at the Rye YMCA and led to grand larceny.
The victim’s credit cards were taken out of a locker at the Rye YMCA and were used on a shopping spree that included purchases of Cannon camera, Xbox, Movado men’s wrist watch, clothing and sneakers. These purchases were made at: Best Buy in Hartsdale, Macy’s and Foot Action in the Galleria Mall in White Plains.
If anyone has any information please contact the Rye Police Detectives at 914-967-1234.
Rye’s very own Westchester Magazine held their Grand Tasting as part of their Wine & Food Week.
Approximately 85 dining options were available for patrons to “try” This Grand Tasting allowed people to taste the many different dining and beverage options that beautiful Westchester County has to offer it’s residents and tourists.
Attendees of the Grand Tasting Village came out to the Kensico Dam Plaza in Valhalla to check out some new options for them, This event allowed people to get a “taste” of what Westchester has to offer to its residents.
Foodies were also treated to demonstrations by some local chefs. Peter X, Kelly of X2O in Yonkers did a demo for everyone and so did Rafeael Palomino of Sonora’s in Port Chester.
If you haven’t been to the Ridge Hill Shopping Center in Yonkers, then you might not know about it’s best kept secret, Texas de Brazil.
Other hidden treasurers are Polpettina, which has two locations; one in Eastchester and the other in Larchmont. Great Italian hidden treasurers.
Rye House is the quintessential pub/ restaurant. This is an opportunity to acquaint yourself with some brand new spots in your hometown.
This was an event that should not have been missed.
As Laura Slack attended her last Rye City School Board meeting, a new School Board President and a new School Board Vice President were named — Katy Keohane Glassberg, was voted in as the new School Board President, and Chris Repetto was voted in as the new School Board Vice President.
Both Katy Keohane Glassberg, and Chris Repetto have been on the school board.
Rye’s very own, Westchester Magazine’s Wine & Food Festival kicked off their week long events with Kathie Lee Gifford at Bloomingdale’s in White Plains, where there was everything you could imagine, wine, food and of course shopping!
This celebration also had local celebrity chef, Peter X. Kelly in attendanc
GIFFT Wines is a partnership between Kathie Lee Gifford and the Scheid Family Wines. These wines are 100% Estate Grown from Scheid’s vineyards in Monterey County, California.
This week long series of events ranged from an even like this to the Grand tasting at the Kensico Dam.
He didn’t invent the song parody, but for nearly 40 years, his name has been synonymous with it. Believe it or not, “Weird Al” Yankovic’s songs have been a part of our lives for a full generation. Even without the benefit of extensive radio play, most people are familiar with at least a sampling of his music: from trading tapes of 80s hits “Eat It” and “Like a Surgeon,” to clicking on the viral video of “Word Crimes,” we’ve never been far from Yankovic’s wit.
Now is your chance to see him live, as he brings his Mandatory World Tour to the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester. This performance promises to be a multimedia experience, with singing, video boards, and of course, polka!
“Weird Al” Yankovic performs at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester on Thursday, July 30, at 8:00 pm. Tickets can be purchased at the Capitol Theatre box office, on their website or by calling Ticketfly at (877) 987-6487.