hudson river valley: Rivertowns in Westchester County, New York - 02/07/10 01:06 AM

Seems to me that in order for a town to be considered a Rivertown they must have frontage on the Hudson River.  Ardsley doesn't have any Hudson River waterfront yet a lot of people consider it a Rivertown.  I don't.  Ardsley, New York is a 1.3 mile Village.  Ardsley has Route 9A running through the center.  Proximity to the city, centrally located and close to all highways and great schools make Ardsley a popular place to settle.  However it is not a Rivertown.  In Westchester County the following communities have Hudson River frontage and would be considered "Rivertowns":
Yonkers, Hastings-on-Hudson, … (2 comments)

hudson river valley: Virtual Farmers Market - Westchester County, New York - 11/26/07 11:21 AM

 Organic foods and farmers markets are very popular.  During the months of May through October trhoughout Westchester County there are weekend farmers markets.  In Hartsdale, which is located right in the middle of Westchester County is the Westchester Farm with locally grown vegetables.  Now we have the virtual Farmers Market.  Local foods from the Hudson Valley delivered to your home or office.
They have gift certificates, special edition biscotti, grass fed beef strip steaks, many more organic and healthy local foods. check out the website, My Personal Farmer.
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hudson river valley: Hudson River Valley - National Heritage Area - 11/23/07 02:40 AM
The Hudson River National Heritage Area is a federally funded program created by Congress in 1996 to promote tourism with the historical, cultural and natural attractions that line the Hudson River. A new tourism brochure is now available that features 31 historic landscapes and gardens in the Hudson Valley. To name a few:
Kykuit in Pocantico HillsBoscobel and Manitoga in GarrisonSunnyside in TarrytownRoosevelt Home in Hype ParkTo view all 90 sites, put together an itinerary, find hotels, restaurants and learn about this historical and cultural wonderland please visit:
Hudson River Valley
To order the new brochure please call 518-473-3835

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