Pelham NY: A Community of Homes

Thursday, May 31, 2007

Chamber of Commerce Street Fair Saturday

Street Fair Saturday June 2, 2007 10:00am to 4:00pm. Contact Ginger at 914-738-3234 or Chamber President Dennis Brooks at 914-738-6705. Call Dennis to Join the Chamber. Click here for Chamber Beta Site or here for old Beta Site.

Watch your mailbox for a copy of the Chamber's Year 2007 Directory & Business Guide and pick up a copy of the June 1st edition of The Pelham Weekly at the Street Fair, with 2007's "Getting To Know Us" section spotlighting Pelham businesses.

At the fair, don't forget to order CFL low-wattage light bulbs from Pelham Girl Scouts Troop 1570.

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Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Memorial Day: Anthem for 2007

Song For The Soldier in general release tomorrow 2:00pm. Anthem for current and past war casualties by Lance Larson. Will be on new album with Jon Bon Jovi slated for August release.

Drummer is Pelham's own Jack Scarangella.

Larson released free downloads to active-duty service personnel Sunday.

Will this be Song of the Year for 2007?

Free listening sample and download at SongForTheSoldier.com

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Friday, May 18, 2007

All-American

1334 Roosevelt Avenue
Pelham Manor
Sunday May 20, 2007
2:00 to 4:00 pm

NY Times posting. Click here.

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Monday, May 07, 2007

Bartow-Pell Mansion's Gardens of the Night Fundraiser on May 12

The International Garden Club, Inc. will hold its annual spring gala, Gardens of the Night, on Saturday May 12, to support the Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum.

The evening will begin with cocktails and hors d'oeuvres in the Museum's gardens followed by themed dinners in private homes. The dinners will honor famous historic gardens, including: Villa d'Este – Italy, Green Park – England, Winterthur – United States, Parc Guell – Spain, Hanging Gardens of Babylon, Summer Palace – China, Tuileries – France, Wave Hill – United States.
Reservations are requested. Ticket prices range from $135 to $250 per person. For more information, call 718-885-1461 or send an email to info@bpmm.org.

The International Garden Club opened the Bartow-Pell Mansion as a museum in 1946 and continues to curate what is now a fine collection of period furnishings, fine arts, and decorative arts. The site and its structures have been cared for by the IGC through its fundraisers and appeals.

Over the last year the IGC Board and staff have developed a Strategic Plan for 2007-09. It was adopted in February of this year along with this revised mission statement: "As the last remaining 'great country estate' in the Bronx Pelham Bay Park, Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum's mission is to create a vibrant site through the preservation, restoration and interpretation of the property and grounds for the benefit of the public through the New York City metro region and beyond." Proceeds of the Gardens of the Night event will assist in implementation of the Strategic Plan.

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New AmericanTowns Site Launches Tomorrow

Great community information resource.

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