To the best of our knowledge, no change has been formally reported to the residents of Lake Peekskill regarding the quality of the lake water.
Lake Peekskill Civic Association Meeting Monday, October 20th - 8:00 pm Lake Peekskill Community Center
7 Northway, Lake Peekskill
Lake Peekskill: Children's Halloween Party October 25th at the Lake Peekskill Community Center - 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Games, Prizes, Pumpkin Painting & Food Sponsored by the Lake Peekskill Youth Committee
Putnam Valley Free Library:
Update, posted on the Library's Facebook page, October 2nd:
When it was discovered that cracks in the wall on the Library's second floor were increasing, engineers were called in and our 2-story building was closed. After obtaining the necessary permits, construction began in May 2014. Approximately 400 sq. ft. of the second floor, which was built over the porch supported by the vertical piers adjacent to Oscawana Brook, was demolished. A new second floor front wall was built. The new window upstairs was installed on August 27th.
This construction project addressed structural issues. It was not a renovation of the building. The loss of the office and collection space upstairs generated changes in the layout of the Children’s & Teen collections. However, the main floor of the Library and the collections downstairs remain the same.
The final details of the current construction project need to be completed and the work inspected prior to the issuance of a new certificate of occupancy by the Building Dept. There are also some building repairs which must be addressed before we can reopen.
Please note that our parking lot is fully open. Our entrance is at the north end of the parking lot adjacent to the illuminated sign. Our exit is again located at the south end of the parking lot. Both our entrance and exit are one way traffic only.
You can continue to pick up library materials that you have requested online as well as return items in our Community Room. Just walk across our covered bridge for access to the room or to return Library materials in our book drop when we’re closed.
To order library materials online, click on the Mid-Hudson catalog icon on our website. Your Library card can also be used at any of the 65 other libraries in the Mid-Hudson Library System.
Putnam Valley Area Chamber of Commerce:
Working to unify and represent the business owners of the Putnam Valley area through advocacy and by providing networking opportunities and education to assist storefront, home based and farm business to attract new commerce via means such as social media and our website.
The Chamber of Commerce meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month. The next meeting will take place on November 12th.
Storefront, Farm and Home Business Owners, and all interested Putnam Valley Residents, are invited and encouraged to attend.
Join us and make Putnam Valley a better place to do business!
Veterans of Foriegn Wars - V.F.W.
Gillen-Vinscotski Memorial Post 391
Next Meeting: Thursday, November 6, 2014 at 7:00 pm
Meetings held at the VFW Hall, 154 Oscwana Lake Rd. Putnam Valley, NY
Contact: VFW Post 391
PO Box 623
Putnam Valley, NY 10579-0623
Putnam Valley Volunteer Fire Department
Halloween Bash - Fundraiser All-You-Can-Eat & Drink Spaghetti Dinner Saturday, November 1st: 7:00 pm - 12:00 am Reservations Required - $35 per person
RSVP by October 25th to Melissa Keeler at (845) 821-4069
Putnam Valley Volunteer Ambulance Corps.
PVVAC is proud to offer to the public a variety of training classes in First Aid, CPR and Bloodborne Pathogens. To see a description and schedule of these classes and to sign up please click here!
The Putnam Valley Volunteer Ambulance Corps is always looking for new volunteers to join its ranks. Whether you'd like to ride with them, or help out around the Corps, they're sure you have something worthwhile to share.
Services held at the Putnam Valley Reform Temple
362 Church Road in Putnam Valley, NY Visit www.rtpv.org for more info.
Learn To Read Hebrew in 5 Easy Lessons
The Reform Temple of Putnam Valley is proud to offer to the community at large an innovative introductory Hebrew program where participants can learn to read Hebrew in only five 1-1/2 hour weekly sessions.
Taught by member Roni Rodman this course is designed for Jews with little or no background in reading Hebrew, but anyone may register, if only to brush up on some rusty skills.
What: Learn to Read Hebrew in 5 Easy Lessons
Where: Reform Temple of Putnam Valley 362 Church Road Putnam Valley
When: Wednesdays at 7:30, beginning November 12
Teacher: Roni Rodman
Cost: FREE....includes course materials
Comes out of the Russian Orthodox tradition but worships using the old Western (Roman) Rite as it existed between the 5th - 9th centuries.
Sundays at 10:00 am - Liturgy (Mass) followed by breakfast!
Services held at the Putnam Valley Grange, 2nd Floor
For more information, contact Archbishop Anthony at (845) 528-5252.
Church of the North American Martyrs:
Located at 55 Oscawana Lake Road in Putnam Valley
Weekend Mass Schedule:
Saturday - 5:00 pm
Sunday - 9:00 am and 11:00 am
Come worship with us!
Temple Israel of Putnam Valley:
Regular Shabbat Services are held on Saturdays at 9:30 am
Services held in the Temple Sanctuary, Lake Shore Dr. in Lake Peekskill
All are invited to attend services.
Putnam Valley Historical Society:
Dedicated Volunteers are always needed! Transcribers of historical documents, docents at the museum, and new members for the Society's Board of Directors are all needed. For more info, call (845) 528-1024 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fall is here and the Halloween season is creeping up on us! Join us at the museum (301 Peekskill Hollow Road) on Wednesday, October 29th at 7:00 PM for tales of Putnam Valley's Haunted History with town historian, Dan Ricci. Listen to the legends of Putnam Valley's tortured ghosts, and share your own experiences of haunted houses and ghostly encounters.
Is this a ghostly image from Putnam Valley's past - or Town Historian Dan Ricci in his youth? Find out at Tales of Putnam Valley's Haunted History on October 29th!
Putnam Valley Food Pantry
The Putnam Valley Community Food Pantry provides both perishable and non-perishable grocery items to approximately 200 families each week.
The Pantry is open every Saturday morning from 10:00 - 11:00 am and is located at 337 Peekskill Hollow Road, Putnam Valley, NY 10579.
For more information, visit the Putnam Valley Food Pantry's website:
A full-service funeral home providing at-need funeral arrangements, prearrangement planning, bereavement programs, and merchandise such as caskets, vaults and cremation urns. The Heritage Funeral Home serves all faiths and can provide services to your family, regardless of tradition or financial constraints. We are here 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer your questions. Call anytime at (845) 526-3000 or e-mail us at:email@example.com
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