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10520, Grill, breakfast, lunch, dinner, Croton-on-Hudson, Westchester NY,  Restaurant Review, Organic options, Serving breakfast and lunch, The word is, breakfast sandwich, organic free trade certified coffee, organic choices Grouchy Gabe's Grill

914-271-9690 
  Grouchy Gabe's Grill, offering breakfast, lunch, and dinner items, is located at 8 Old Post Road South in Croton-on-Hudson 10520 in Westchester County.

From Grouchy Gabe: ""Grouchy Gabe's Grill is located in the charming village of Croton on Hudson, NY. When you walk in the door you will find a few simple booths for dining, the works of our latest local artist on the walls and delicious food from the Argentinean born, Uruguayan raised Frenchman Monsieur Boivin (aka Grouchy Gabe). Delicious paninis, delectable sandwich combos and interesting wraps round out a menu of classic fare--cheeseburgers char grilled to perfection, fresh roast beef and turkey, Philly cheesesteaks and chicken parm are just a few of the favorites. Join the crowd for a tempting breakfast sandwich or sweet and crumbly blueberry scone with organic free trade certified coffee and your day will start out anything but grouchy."

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Serving breakfast and lunch

The word is Join the crowd for a tempting breakfast sandwich or sweet and crumbly blueberry scone with organic free trade certifi coffee. After the pending renovation in 2014, Grouchy Gabe's will offering some organic choices.

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 Katonah Art Gallery | Art Exhibits

Candace Perich Gallery

914-232-3966 

Eclectic Collector, The

914-232-8700 

Feigen, Richard L & Co

914-232-1839 
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914-232-6402 

Katonah Art Center & Gallery

914-232-4843 

10536, Farm, interpretive farm, Katonah, NY, dairy farm, Park, educational programs, hike,  hiking trails, petting and feeding, farm animals, Things To Do at Muscoot Farm, Art Exhibit, Art Gallery, Birthday Parties, Museum, Kids attractions Muscoot Farm

914-864-7282 
  Muscoot Farm, a 777-acre interpretive farm is located at 51 Route 100 in Katonah, NY 10536 in Westchester County.

From the owner: "Muscoot Farm was originally a "Gentleman's Farm" founded by Ferdinand T. Hopkins in 1880 and operated as a dairy farm until Westchester County acquired the property in the late 1960s. Today, Muscoot Farm is a Westchester County Park that strives to preserve and interpret its agrarian past. Visitors may stroll through the original barns, visit with the animals, participate in educational programs or hike the many miles of trails. There is something for everyone on Muscoot’s 777 acres."

More than seven miles of hiking trails allow visitors to explore some of Muscoot's 777 acres through fields, woodlands and wetlands. Trail maps are available in the reception center. For the protection of our animals and our visitors, petting and feeding of the farm animals is not permitted and dogs are not allowed at Muscoot.

Today, Muscoot Farm has many of the original buildings, some of which were moved to accommodate the Muscoot Reservoir. Visitors can walk through the dairy barn, milk house, ice house, blacksmith shop and several other barns and buildings. Livestock and poultry are breeds typical of an early 20th century gentleman's farm and many represent minor rare breeds. The Main House is used to exhibit monthly art shows by local artists.

    Things To Do at Muscoot Farm
    Art Exhibit and Art Gallery
    Birthday Parties
    Farm Museum
    Guided farm walking tour
    Hayrides
    Herb Garden
    Hiking trails and walking paths
    Historic buildings, circa 1880
    Kids attractions on the farm
    Nature trails
    Young Farmers Program (children grades 3 through 8)

Please Note
Dogs are not allowed at Muscoot Farm.

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Offerings Gallery

914-232-9643 
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Village Gallery of Katonah, The

914-767-0073 
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 Peekskill Art Gallery | Art Exhibits

10566, Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NY, About Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Programs, Educational Programs, after-school partnership between HVCCA and the Peekskill Public School System, FAMILY ART DAY Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art

914-788-0100 
  Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art is located at 1701 Main Street, Peekskill, NY 10566 in Northern Westchester County.

About Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art
The Center offers a 12,500 square foot exhibition space exhibiting the work of over 100 artists. The Center is dedicated to the development and presentation of exhibitions and interdisciplinary programs that enrich our understanding of contemporary art, its contexts, and its relationship to social issues. HVCCA is also committed to the enrichment of Peekskill, a multicultural community that has recreated itself as a major arts destination.

HVCCA currently offers the Following Programs

    Exhibition, which feature temporary and long-term installations of contemporary art by both well-known and emerging artists.

    Artist-in-Residence, which provides artists with the opportunity to create long-term installations at the Center and in the community.

    Education and Public Outreach, presenting lectures, panel discussions and offering educational opportunities for students and adults.

    Special Projects, which presents unique, interdisciplinary projects, events and collaborations.

Educational Programs
The Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art is committed to interdisciplinary educational programs that enrich the city of Peekskill, a multicultural community that has recreated itself as a major arts destination. We currently offer the following programs:

LEAP PROGRAM, an after-school partnership between HVCCA and the Peekskill Public School System, is designed to introduce advanced 5th and 6th graders to international artists and literature. The students participate in in-depth discussions, creative writing, and leadership techniques that prepare them to lead tours through the museum’s exhibitions.

FAMILY ART DAY where once a month we hold an art activity for families with children of all ages. The art lessons are related to the current exhibitions at HVCCA. The lessons can take about two hours and usually include a family friendly tour of the exhibition and hands-on arts activities.

HVCCA’s Artist in Residence Program offers studio space, living quarters and a stipend for extended periods of concentrated on-site studio work and community discourse.

The Peekskill Artist Club is for emerging artists from the Hudson Valley region, who meet monthly for dialogue and critique to continue the growth built through discourse that characterized their time in art school.

THE BANNER PROJECT brings together six to eight artists to mentor over 300 youth to create large-scale community engaged art installations.

PUBLIC TILE PROJECT calls upon 2000 students to design tiles for a trail from the Peekskill Train Station to the HVCCA. The project is the brainchild of Dr. Livia Straus, and artists Sarah Haviland and Jo-Ann Brody.

HVCCA offers Internships for high school and college students; visits to HVCCA exhibitions are part of numerous art curricula in the area.

HVCCA also offers a number of educational opportunities for adults, such as lectures, video screenings, panel discussions and special events related to the exhibition program. We welcome groups of all ages for GUIDED TOURS that can be suited to focus on specific galleries, artists, permanent installations, or special exhibitions

Press blue button for more about Exhibition, Arts-in-Residence, Education and Public Outreach, and Special Projects programs at the Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art website.

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 Pound Ridge Art Gallery | Art Exhibits

10576, Fine Art Gallery, faux finish, heart of Pound Ridge, Venetian plaster, Tuscan effects, metallic glazes, linen weaves, custom hand-cut stencils, trowel lifts, parchment color washes, organic and hand-painted floor patterns, murals, Scott's Corner Lionheart Gallery

914-764-8689 
  The Lionheart, Fine Art Gallery is located at 27 Westchester Ave, Pound Ridge, New York 10576. The Lionheart is a wonderful shop and faux finish showroom located in the heart of Pound Ridge. Venetian plaster, Tuscan effects, metallic glazes, linen weaves, custom hand-cut stencils, trowel lifts with trailing leaves, parchment color washes, organic and hand-painted floor patterns and beautiful murals- hundreds of sample boards are on display for your viewing here, at 27 Westchester Ave, in the Scott's Corner area of Pound Ridge.
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Phyllis Hattis

914-764-4343 
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10583, Jewish Community Center, Scarsdale, NY, educational, fitness programs, swim programs, gymnastics program, pre-school gymnastics, recreational gymnastics, Westchester Theatre of Dance, (WTD), JCC Dance School, Art School, Children's Birthday Parties JCC of Mid-Westchester

914-472-3300 
  Jewish Community Center (JCC) of Mid-Westchester is located at 999 Wilmot Road, Scarsdale, NY 10583, Westchester County. The Jewish Community Center of Mid-Westchester is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enriching the community by providing cultural, social, educational and recreational/fitness programs, human services and Jewish identity-building opportunities to people of all ages and backgrounds.

The JCC’s Aquatics Department offers a great selection of swim programs and instruction for all ages. From our baby swim class, kids group and private swim lessons to our distinguished award winning Stingrays swim team, lifeguard training program, and a selection of adult water aerobics classes and lap swimming.

The gymnastics program at the JCC teaches gymnastics skills and builds strength, flexibility, and agility, all in a fun and safe environment. Children as young as 18 months can join us for this exciting experience. Our program features pre-school gymnastics, recreational gymnastics, pre-team, and competitive team gymnastics.

Westchester Theatre of Dance (WTD) is the performance company of the JCC Dance School. Each year we invite guest choreographers and performers from New York to be a part of our dance concert. Our dancers learn the creative process of choreography from beginning to end, as well as the immeasurable experience of performing on stage. Our spring concert is a highly anticipated event in the Bendheim Performing Arts Center each year.

Things To Do at Jewish Community Center (JCC) of Mid-Westchester
Aquatics (swim classes for children and adults)
Art School
Children's Birthday Parties (gymnastics, sports, swimming)
Dance School
Gymnastics

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Rockefeller Estate, historic site, Sleepy Hollow, NY, River Towns of Westchester, Hudson Valley landmark, architecture, gardens, scenery, Things To Do at Kykuit, history, Art Galleries, Coach Barn, Garden terraces, Scenic Views, Sculpture Collection Kykuit, The Rockefeller Estate "Historic Site"

914-631-8200 
  Kykuit, the Rockefeller Estate is an historic site of the National Trust. Kykuit is located at 381 North Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591 in one of the River Towns of Westchester County. Tours begin at the Visitor Center at Philipsburg Manor where you'll board a shuttle bus for a short ride to the estate.

"Kykuit is a preeminent Hudson Valley landmark. For architecture, remarkable gardens, art, history, and spectacular scenery, a trip to Kykuit is amazing. This hilltop paradise was home to four generations of the Rockefeller family, beginning with the philanthropist John D. Rockefeller, founder of Standard Oil. His business acumen made him, in his day, the richest man in America. Now a historic site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, this extraordinary landmark has been continuously and meticulously maintained for more than 100 years.

"Your tour will take you to the main rooms of the six-story stone house. Then you will move on through the expansive, terraced gardens containing Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller's exceptional collection of 20th-century sculpture. Artists represented include Pablo Picasso, Henry Moore, Alexander Calder, Louise Nevelson, and David Smith, among many others. The underground art galleries with Governor Rockefeller's collection of Picasso tapestries, and the cavernous Coach Barn, with its collections of classic automobiles and horse-drawn carriages, are also part of the experience. Your guide will share many stories that highlight the lives of Rockefeller family members and their contributions to philanthropy, conservation, business, government, and the arts."

Completed in 1913 for John D. Rockefeller by architects Delano and Aldrich, Kykuit has been home to four generations of the Rockefeller family. Kykuit commands a breathtaking view of the Hudson River and occupies a landscape of extensive stone terraces, formal gardens, and glorious fountains designed by landscape architect William Welles Bosworth. The gardens include Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller's extraordinary collection of 20th-century sculpture. The house itself contains fascinating collections of art, fine furniture, and Chinese ceramics. Horse-drawn vehicles and classic automobiles from the family's collection fill the coach barn.

Things To Do at Kykuit, Rockefeller Estate
Tour Kykuit. Select from a menu of tour options where you can tailor your tour to your interests and available time. The Classic Tour (2 1/4 hours) is perfect for first-time visitors. This tour includes the main floor of the house, furnishings, art, sculpture collection, and the amazing Coach Barn offering a collection of antique carriages and classic automobiles. Learn about the history and background of the rooms, the art and more.

    - Art Galleries
    - Coach Barn with antique carriages and classic cars
    - Garden terraces and fountains
    - Main floor of the house
    - Six-story stone house
    - Scenic Views
    - Sculpture Collection - Includes works by Pablo Picasso, Aristide Maillol, Henry Moore, and others.

Historic Sites in Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown
  • Visit Lyndhurst in Tarrytown.

  • Visit the Old Dutch Church at Sleepy Hollow.

  • Visit Patriots Park in Tarrytown.

  • Visit the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse. Learn how a family lived and protected ships on the Hudson River.

  • Visit Historic Sunnyside Washington Irving's home at Sunnyside
  • Children's Attractions in Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown

  • Enjoy Family Fun Day at Lyndhurst Historic Site in Tarrytown.

  • Learn about a spy in the American Revolution - John André.

  • Visit Patriots Park in Tarrytown.
  • Visit Historic Philipsburg Manor Historic Site for kids.

  • Visit Historic Sunnyside, Washington Irving's home in Tarrytown, offering games and activities for kids.

  • Visit Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse. Learn how a family lived and protected ships on the Hudson River.

  • Celebrate Halloween in Sleepy Hollow.

  • Celebrate The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.

  • Spooky fun things to do on Halloween include a Tour the Old Dutch Church & Burying Ground

    • Visit the Old Dutch Church & Burying Ground and find places mentioned in The Legend of Sleepy Hollow where "The dominant spirit, however, that haunts this enchanted region, and seems to be commander-in-chief of all the powers of the air, is the apparition of a figure on horseback, without a head. It is said by some to be the ghost of a Hessian trooper, whose head had been carried away by a cannon-ball, in some nameless battle during the Revolutionary War, and who is ever and anon seen by the country folk hurrying along in the gloom of night, as if on the wings of the wind. His haunts are not confined to the valley, but extend at times to the adjacent roads, and especially to the vicinity of a church at no great distance. Indeed, certain of the most authentic historians of those parts, who have been careful in collecting and collating the floating facts concerning this spectre, allege that the body of the trooper having been buried in the churchyard, the ghost rides forth to the scene of battle in nightly quest of his head, and that the rushing speed with which he sometimes passes along the Hollow, like a midnight blast, is owing to his being belated, and in a hurry to get back to the churchyard before daybreak."
      "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" by Washington Irving

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    10701, State Historic Site, Yonkers NY, oldest standing building in Westchester County, museum of history, art and architecture, Georgian architecture, a 1750s papier mache Rococo ceiling, presidential portraits, History, Things To Do, Tours Philipse Manor Hall "State Historic Site"

    914-965-4027 
      Philipse Manor Hall State Historic Site is located at 29 Warburton Avenue, Yonkers NY 10701 in the Getty Square neighborhood in Southern Westchester County. Philipse Manor is the oldest standing building in Westchester County.

    Today, Philipse Manor Hall serves as a museum of history, art and architecture, as well as host to community organizations, meetings, educational programs and special events. Highlights of the Hall include its 18th century, high style Georgian architecture, a 1750s papier mache Rococo ceiling, and an impressive collection of presidential portraits, including the six Presidents from New York State. A Community Gallery has been created at Philipse Manor Hall to display materials which support the Manor Hall's programs and services and relate to the local community.

    History of Philipse Manor Hall
    "On November 28, 1776, the same year that 56 Americans signed the Declaration of Independence, well over 200 colonial New Yorkers placed their signatures on a "Declaration of Dependence." These signers were Loyalists, citizens who remained faithful to their sovereign, George III, King of Great Britain. Prominent among the signatures was that of Frederick Philipse III, Lord of the vast Manor of Philipsburg and resident of the elegant mansion known today as Philipse Manor Hall. Frederick Philipse III and his family lived in luxury, well supported by rents from the many tenant farms on his property. Times were changing, however, and while others rebelled against Great Britain, Frederick III defended the Crown. His Loyalist beliefs were so strong that General George Washington ordered him arrested in 1776. Philipse and his family later fled to British occupied New York City and then to England, where the last "Lord of the Manor", broken in spirit and health, died in 1786. His land and his mansion were confiscated by the New York State Legislature and sold at public auction.

    "In 1868, after passing through the hands of many owners, the house became Yonkers Village Hall and, in 1872, the first City Hall. By the 20th century, city growth threatened the Manor Hall's future until it was acquired by New York State in 1908 with the generous help of the Cochran Family of Yonkers."

    Things To Do at Philipse Manor Hall
    Collection of Presidential Portraits
    Educational Services
    Georgian Architecture, 18th century high style
    Group Tours
    Guided Tours
    Interpretive Signs
    Rococo Ceiling, 1750's

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