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Katonah Village Improvement Society 5K

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Add to My Calendar 09/18/2021 8:00am America/New_York Katonah Village Improvement Society 5K

The 20th annual Katonah Village Improvement Society 5K will be held Saturday, Sept. 18, at 8 a.m. (adults) and 9 a.m. (kids one-mile). The race start and check in are at the corner of Edgemont Road and the Parkway, Katonah.

5K: Pre-registration for adults (ages 19 and up) costs $30. If you sign up after Sept. 17, the price increases to $35. 5K registrants aged 13-18 pay $20 to ...

Edgemont Road Katonah, NY 10536

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Get Outdoors with Us: Learn About Lewisboro's Old Field Preserve

October 16, 2021

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Pierce for County legislator

October 19, 2021

Our dedicated and hard-working county legislator, Kitley Covill, will end her service representing us this year. Fortunately for residents of District 2, an eminently qualified candidate, Erica Pierce, is running to represent us.

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‘The October Storm’ Lights up Hudson Stage

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In Hudson Stage’s production of “The October Storm,” playwright Joshua Allen accomplishes all of the above, and ...

Katonah Museum of Art Appoints Interim Executive Director

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Leslie Griesbach Schultz has been appointed interim executive director of the Katonah Museum of Art, the Board of Directors announced last week.

A seasoned arts executive, Schultz focuses on nonprofit leadership transitions. She has experience working with philanthropic organizations and their senior management teams, including 13 years as president of BRIC, a Brooklyn-based arts and media ...

How to Support Your Mental Health as the Seasons Change

As the days get shorter and colder and we welcome the festivities of fall, many older adults notice that they experience a change in energy levels and mood that feels like depression. If you’ve noticed a decline in your mental health when the seasons change, you’re not alone. Here’s a basic guide to understanding seasonal depression, its symptoms, and most importantly, how to ...

Tips to Stretch Your Food Budget This Fall

When it comes to budgeting, living on a fixed income can be tricky—from monthly bills to healthcare to necessities (and leaving a little wiggle room for fun and social activities). Luckily, a few simple changes could make shopping for groceries less of a hassle each month.

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Fall brings yearnings for warm and cozy gatherings with friends and family. If hosting a Halloween party is on your agenda this year, you are in luck! From alarming appetizers and devilish dips to spooktacular salads, we have gathered some of the most delicious and fun recipes for creepy fun.



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Breast cancer has affected millions of women worldwide, and chances are you or someone you know has been impacted by this disease.

Though there is no known way to prevent or cure breast cancer, there are steps you can take to reduce your risk, especially if you take action while you’re younger and healthier. Here is a list of things you can do and lifestyle changes that could reduce the ...

It’s Pumpkin Season! 5 Healthy Fall Recipes You’ll Love

Hello, pumpkin season!

Pumpkin is not only tasty, it’s also a superfood because it is high in Vitamins C and A, which help with eye health, boosting immunity, heart health, and more! Below is a list of five creative and tasty recipes that include this delicious and nutritional fall produce.

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Email is Key to News Publishers Clawing Back Advertising Dollars from Social Media

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