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Two Scarsdale Kids to Perform in "Miracle on 34th Street"

MiracleTwo young actors from Scarsdale will be on stage in the Yorktown Stage production of Miracle on 34th Street. Alyssa Emily Marvin, Greenacres 4th grader, who has appeared in off-Broadway shows and toured Asia last year with the international tour of Annie, is playing the role of Susan and Greenacres 4th grader Caleb Paul is in the production as well.

Here's the story: Kris Kringle takes on the cynics in this musical adaptation of the beloved holiday classic. Single mother, Doris Walker, doesn't want her six-year old daughter Susan's head filled with romantic notions. Their neighbor Fred Gailey tries to woo Doris by charming Susan and taking her to see Santa Claus at Macy's, where Doris works. Doris is not impressed -but when it turns out Macy's Santa may in fact be the real Kris Kringle, a wave of love spreads across New York City that melts even the most cynical hearts. Filled with humor, spectacle, and such beloved songs as "It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas"," this joyous, heart- warming musical is pure family entertainment. The perfect holiday treat!AlyssaMarvin

Miracle on 34th Street will entertain audiences and families during the holiday season. The show will have weekend matinee and evening performances starting with the week before Thanksgiving.

Newcomer Alyssa Emily Marvin (Scarsdale) plays Susan, the little girl that tugs at your heart in her support of Kringle. Under the dynamic direction of the Yorktown Stage Artistic Director, August Abatecola), the cast of 24 includes a stellar lineup of professional and local actors familiar to Hudson Valley audiences.

Miracle on 34th Street is produced by Barry Liebman, president and producing director of Yorktown Stage and Jenna's Dream. The Musical Director is Ricky Romano. The Choreographer is Carrie Silvernail. And the Production Stage manager is Casey Brehm. Lighting design is by Andrew Gmoser. Sound design is by Scott Tunkel.

Caleb PaulPerformances are Saturday, Nov 18 at 1 pm and at 7:30 p.m., Sunday, Nov 19 at 2 pm, Friday, November 24, at 1 pm., Saturday, November 25 at 7:30 pm and Sunday, November 26 at 2 pm.

Ticket Prices: Children (11 and under) $19; Seniors (62 and over) and Students (under 22) $21; Adults $26.. Group discounts available. Tickets may be purchased yorktownstage.org or by calling the box office (914) 962-0606.

Yorktown Stage is part of the Yorktown Community Cultural Center, 1974 Commerce Street (theater entrance around corner on Veterans Road), Yorktown Heights, NY 10598. Ample free parking is available and a wide choice of affordable dining is conveniently within walking distance.

Volunteer Ambulance Corps Needs Your Support

raizenDavid Raizen, President of the Scarsdale Volunteer Ambulance Corps sent the following letter to Scarsdale10583.com.

Dear Neighbor, Many Scarsdale residents do not submit donations of support because they mistakenly believe that Scarsdale Volunteer Ambulance Corps is funded by direct tax dollars. With no direct taxpayer support and an annual budget of $600,000, we are running in the red.

This year our annual fund drive has received an extremely poor response. We have received only 467 donations from the 5,356 households in our community.

Please make a tax-deductible donation to support your Scarsdale Volunteer Ambulance Corps by going to our website: ScarsdaleVAC.com and click donate, or send a check to PO Box 92, Scarsdale, NY 10583.

I also encourage anyone who is interested in learning about SVAC to email me at draizen@ScarsdaleVAC.com.

Sincerely,
Scarsdale Volunteer Ambulance Corps
David Raizen, President

Please donate on-line at www.ScarsdaleVAC.com

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No Overnight Parking on Scarsdale Streets

overnightparkingThis from Scarsdale Village: Beginniing November 1, 2017 and continuing through March 31, 2018, overnight parking between the hours of 2:00 a.m. – 6:00 a.m., is prohibited on any public street within the Village as well as the following off-street parking locations: Freightway Open Lot, Freightway Garage Roof Top Level, Beatty Lot, Scarsdale Avenue Lot, and the Merchant Parking Lot.

Please remember that parking your vehicle upon any sidewalk or in your front yard is prohibited.

Your cooperation in keeping the streets clear of overnight parking will enhance traffic safety and allow the Public Works Department to adequately preform necessary street cleaning and emergency snow and ice removal operations.
Questions can be directed to the Scarsdale Police Department at (914)-722-1200 or Village Clerk's Office at (914)-722-1175.

Volunteers Gather to Support George Latimer for Westchester County Executive

LattimerEngelHere are photos from a Saturday afternoon rally at George Latimer Headquarters in Mamaroneck. Several elected officials and candidates for Mamaroneck races were present. The senior elected official leading the GOTV charge was Congressman Eliot Engel. Democratic candidate George Latimer for Westchester County Executive thanked his volunteers and supporters for their hard work.
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Notes from the Village: Farmers Market to Continue through November 16, Public Workshop on Freightway Development on November 13.

breadThe Village of Scarsdale has announced that the Pop-Up Farmers Market will be extended through November 16, 2017. The Farmers Market is held on Thursdays from 12pm to 7pm at Boniface Circle across from Chase Park.

At the Market you will find locally sourced produce, handmade gifts and crafts, breads, dairy, and baked goods. Need your knife sharpened in time for the holiday season? You can do that too, all while listening to jazz vocalist Alexis Cole. The Market is a place where the community convenes and connects while purchasing locally sourced goods.

The Market was unveiled on September 7, 2017, and scheduled to conclude on October 26, 2017. Due to the popularity of the Farmers Market among residents and visitors alike, and the vendors' enthusiasm to serve the community, the Village has agreed to continue the Market.

Please take the Farmers Market Survey here so that the Villabe can continue to meet the needs of the community.

Freightway Steering Committee to Convene Third Public Workshop on Monday, November 13, 2017

The Village of Scarsdale is conducting a visioning study to guide potential redevelopment of the Freightway Site, an underutilized area adjacent to the Scarsdale Metro North Railroad Station. The third public workshop will be held on Monday, November 13th from 7 PM to 9 PM at the Scarsdale Teen Center located at 862 Scarsdale Ave, Scarsdale, NY.

The site is a 2.38 acre Village owned property currently used for commuter and merchant parking with approximately 700 spaces in an aging five-story parking garage and two surface parking lots. For the past 30 years, numerous studies have focused on the site, due to its key location in the Village Center. The Village is renewing its planning efforts, given the current condition of the Freightway Garage and the anticipated need for repairs and improvements. Toward that end, the Village Board has appointed the Freightway Steering Committee to create goals and objectives for the future development of an attractive, economically viable project on the site.

The workshop will include a presentation of preliminary redevelopment concepts followed by an open house session for participants to comment on the concepts. This is a critical time in the process where the public is encouraged to share their thoughts on the vision, goals and objectives for the site. The Committee has held two public workshops, conducted an online survey and held a number of focus groups to assist with garnering information from key stakeholders. The Freightway Steering Committee welcomes all interested residents, property owners, merchants and other stakeholders to attend this workshop.

The purpose of the study is to provide a community-based vision for the Freightway Site to ensure future redevelopment enhances the Village Center while meeting local needs. As such, the study will incorporate a broad and meaningful public engagement process. The process is guided by the Freightway Steering Committee, supported by technical planning and market professionals. This structure will help to advance development alternatives that adequately consider potential impacts and/or constraints, such as revenue generation, parking, traffic, infrastructure, school enrollment, community facilities and services and potential demographic changes.

For more information click here

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