TarrytownSH Patch's Social Status on Facebook

W@tercooler, Village Dog, Family YMCA, Riverstone Yoga and other local organizations and businesses get the spotlight this week.

Like this. Share that. Check in here or there. Who said what and what's the latest gossip?

It's all on Facebook but we bring it right to you - the pics, the comments, the status updates and more. Find the best of the Tarrytown-Sleepy Hollow Patch Facebook news feed here. And if you see something about our villages in your feed that we missed, let everyone know in the comments!


FoodiePleasure shared a link of their interview with our new neighborhood owner/chef Carl Van Dekker of Village Dog here.

Riverstone Yoga

"This shot [attached here] was taken just after our YOGA flash mob at the Tarrytown Street Fair this summer. Pictured here are Peter Brenner, Victoria Ramos and her lovely daughter. If looking at Peter doesn't convenience you to do yoga, nothing will, Mr. P. is 73; can you say AWESOME!"

Jenifer Ross

Ross attended the "Lovely reception for Dorothy Handelman at Warner Library." Photographs of life in Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow. Check in out in on the main floor through the end of September.

Mario Mirabella

Mirabella shared these photos of the building of the Tappan Zee Bridge (the first time) and said “History will repeat itself”...someday.

Family YMCA at Tarrytown

If you haven't taken your kids "up the hill" yet, check out the new Tappan Hill School, complete with YMCA children running through its corridors. So nice to see in these pictures the school thriving again.

A great week on Facebook; keep it coming and I'll see you online!

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