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  • Chappaqua Library

    Library History In 1879, the year Thomas Edison invented the incandescent electric light, the little farming community of Chappaqua had a small library with approximately 475 books. It was located in part of a building at the end of King Street near the railroad tracks.The f...

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  • New Castle Historical Society

    The New Castle Historical Society was chartered to discover, preserve and communicate knowledge of the history of the Town of New Castle. The Horace Greeley House offers permanent exhibits on the Horace Greeley era and our Quaker heritage, as well as other rotating exhibits....

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  • Chappaqua Orchestra

    History:The Chappaqua Orchestra has served Northern Westchester since 1959. Now under the baton of Michael Shapiro, the orchestra plays diverse and challenging programs and has grown into a sophisticated ensemble of professional level artists.Many notable artists have been a...

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  • First Congregational Church Of Chappaqua

    The mission of the First Congregational Church in Chappaqua is to be a caring community, seeking to know and celebrate the love of God joyfully by following Jesus Christ, in our worship, fellowship, service, and outreach to God's world....

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  • Saw Mill Summer Theater

    Saw Mill Summer Theatre is a Chappaqua based community theater group originally formed in 1968 by students and teachers at Horace Greeley High School. In 1973 Saw Mill Summer Theater, Inc. was formed and has remained as one of a very few self-supporting not-for-profit theate...

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  • Rotary Club Of Chappaqua

    Object of Rotary The object of Rotary is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise and, in particular, to encourage and foster. First. The development of acquaintance as an opportunity for service. Second. High ethica...

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  • Music In Chappaqua

    Vision: Music in Chappaqua began in 1993, with students taking piano lessons in Janet Angier’s basement apartment on King Street. With Janet’s dedicated approach, patience and enthusiasm, the number of her students grew. She then found other talented, wonderful ...

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  • Chappaqua Friends Nursery School

    Mission: The school was founded in 1962. Chappaqua Friends Nursery School strives to nurture and creatively educate young children, expanding their understanding of themselves, each other, and the world in which they live. The School, which is under the care of Chappaqua Fr...

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  • Chappaqua Friends Meeting (Quakers)

    Unprogrammed Meeting for Worship Sundays at 10:30am.  First Day School (children's education program) Sundays at 10:30am Visitors are always welcome....

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  • Saw Mill River Audubon

    Saw Mill River Audubon, a chapter of National Audubon,  is dedicated to conserving natural ecosystems through education, advocacy and stewardship of sanctuaries. It owns and manages eight sanctuaries and serves more than 25 communities near the Saw Mill River - from Pee...

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  • Temple Beth El of Northern Westchester

    A synagogue in the tradition of Reform Judaism, Temple Beth El welcomes all who wish to participate in Jewish life....

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  • Westchester Jazz Orchestra

    Our Mission:The mission of the Westchester Jazz Orchestra is to promote jazz, contribute to its evolution, and advance the appreciation and understanding of this uniquely American cultural treasure. Drawing upon the talent of renowned Westchester-based professional musicians...

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  • Natterjack Toad

    Natterjack Toad is an 8-piece band that plays world class Rock, Funk, and R&B. The band is available for private parties and fund raising events. Otherwise, you can ususually find the band performing at Vintage in White Plains, Paulie's in Pleasanvtville, and The R...

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  • Horace Greeley Scholarship Fund

    The Horace Greeley Scholarship Fund (HGSF) is a non-profit, grant-making organization whose mission is to fill the gap between a student's available resources (i.e. loans, scholarships, work-study, student savings and parent contributions) and the anticipated cost of his o...

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  • Teacher of the Year: The Mystery and Legacy of Edwin Barlow

    A memoir that unravels the mystery of legendary Horace Greeley High School teacher Edwin Barlow.   His classroom methods were controversial, yet his teachings have outlived him.  Learn why his classes were boot camps for life....

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  • League Of Women Voters Of New Castle

    History:The League of Women Voters is an outgrowth of the suffragist movement when women were seeking the right to vote.  Carrie Chapman Catt founded the organization in 1920 during the convention of the National American Woman Suffrage Association.  Six months later, the ...

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  • New Castle Art Center

    History: Formerly the Kipp St. School. Acquired by the Town in 1973 for $21,500, without specific use in mind.artcentersign.pngStructure: Residential type one floor wood building, 1,825 square feet including 4 rooms dedicated to specific art functions (clay, woodworking, etc...

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  • The Senter Street Club

    The Senter Street Club Located in the lower level of the Community Center. Fresh and healthy snacks are available in a serene homelike setting throughout the day.  Programs and special lectures are scheduled regularly.  Free Internet connection, puzzles, newspapers...

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  • New Castle Department of Parks and Recreation
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  • New Castle/Pleasantville Skate Park

    Hours of Operation from May 1 - June 27Open Friday, Saturday & SundayFriday: 3:00 - 5:00 pm Saturday: 11:00 am - 3:00 pmSunday: 11:00 am - 3:00 pmHours of Operation from June 30 - September 6Open Wednesday - SundayWednesday - Friday: 3:00 - 7:00 pm Saturday: 11:00 am - 3...

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  • Gedney Park

    Site: One of New Castle's largest parks, 126 acres of extremely varied topography, with fields, wetlands, a manmade pond (created in 1971 out of a marshy area) and Gedney Brook which flows into pond in valley in the park created by two ridges. Streams, rock walls, steep rock...

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  • Millwood Park

    Site: 7 acres of level and sloping land, some rock-outcroppings, adjacent to woodlands, with high rock outcropping between Route 100 andparking area. Stream bisects park, separating parking from picnic shelter and tennis courts.History: Donated in 1950. Information on donor ...

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  • Smith Park

    Site: 2 acre site, level site, located about 30 feet below adjacent road; entered from road above site, by ramp. Wetlands adjacent.History: In 1963-64, developers set this parcel aside as a "green space" known as Kisco Park. In 1979 it was dedicated as Eugene Smith...

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  • Whipporwill Park

    Site: New Castle's largest park of 167 acres. Very varied topography, primarily hilly with high ridges and valleys, some of which have level wetland areas. Some streams, pond, dammed at north end. Woodlands with primarily hardwoods, some mature trees, some areas of young gro...

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