The Scarsdale Historical Society invites all Scarsdale residents and other interested parties to bring their ideas regarding how to best use their two properties to a Community Forum at the Quaker Meeting House at 937 Post Road on Wednesday, May 9th from 8-9:15pm. The Historical Society is seeking constructive ideas for how to use the Cudner-Hyatt House and the Quaker Meeting House to improve the community. Admission is free and all are welcome.
Specifically, the society is looking for ideas that would benefit specific organizations or the community at large and help to preserve the properties.
If you can't attend, but have constructive ideas, please post your ideas on their Facebook page :
Friends of the Scarsdale Parks:
The Friends of the Scarsdale Parks invites all residents to their annual meeting on Thursday May 3 at 7:30 pm in the third floor meeting room of Scarsdale Village Hall. The group strives to preserve open space and carries out parkland restoration projects. You can support your Village in a Park by becoming a member and volunteering your time.
The Friends of the Scarsdale Parks have been working in partnership with the Village of Scarsdale, the Conservation Advisory Council, Scouts and several neighborhood associations on the following areas:
· South Fox Meadow Brook Storm Water Project
· Daffodils throughout the village
· Entrance to Village Hall
· Harcourt Woods
· Red Maple Swamp
· The Audrey Hochberg Pond Preserve (Library Pond)
· The deLima Park
· Chase Park
They will give away a free native tree seedlings at Sustainable Scarsdale Day at the Middle School on Saturday, May 5th, starting at 10am until supplies run out.
Your membership donation of $20 or more can be sent to FOSP, P.O. Box 53, Scarsdale, NY, 10583, or transmitted via the PayPal link on the Friends new website: www.friendsofscarsdaleparks.com.