Sleepy Hollow - Recreation Department 28 Beekman Ave, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 The Sleepy Hollow Recreation Department renovates and maintains the village's seven parks and oversees public cultural…More and sporting events. The department is also responsible for Meals-on-Wheels, an after-school program, exercise classes, the Haunted Hayride, summer day camps and co-sponsored baseball, basketball, soccer and youth football leagues. Robin Pell is the Recreation Supervisor for Sleepy Hollow.
Though its location has changed often – from what are now the Salvation Army and Korean churches in Tarrytown…More to its current home in Sleepy Hollow – the Rock of Salvation has had the same senior pastor, Rev. Christian Santiago, for nearly 30 years. The congregation of some 300 mostly Spanish-speaking members is active in the church and the community, attending daily programs like prayer meetings and study groups, and seasonal events such as the summer 'Rock the Block' outdoor concert ministry.</p>
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All Sports Day Camp 100 Marymount Ave, Tarrytown, NY10591 Located on the EF campus, All Sports Day Camp provides a summer camp dedicated to encouraging athleticism, sportsmanship…More and appreciation for sports in boys and girls ages 7-14. It offers instruction for a variety of sports, including hockey, tennis, lacrosse, soccer and more, and features a pool, indoor gym and outdoor athletic fields. Campers receive both group and one-on-one training, and swimming lessons are offered for non-swimmers. Sessions last from late June to early August.
Sunset Cove 238 Lower Green St, Tarrytown, NY10591 Tucked among the boats of the Washington Irving Boat Club, Sunset Cove is an elegant way to dine as close to the…More Tappan Zee Bridge as you can get. The menu, says manager Javier Rosas, tends to be lighter and more seafood-oriented in the warmer months and heavier with meat and pasta in the winter. In the spring and summer, outdoor dining on the patio is a draw, while fireplaces make the indoors cozy and romantic in fall and winter.
Reformed Church of the Tarrytowns 42 N Broadway, Tarrytown, NY10591 Continuing the tradition of the Old Dutch Church, the Reformed Church of the Tarrytowns has been operating since 1697.…More In 1851, the church split into two congregations and in 1991, the two congregations reunited as the Reformed Church. Today, the Protestant church continues to serve the population of Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow in the iconic Town Clock Church on Broadway. The congregation also holds weddings, summer services, holiday services and special events in the historic Old Dutch Church. Its pastor is Reverend Jeffrey Gargano.
New Hope Fellowship, a non-denominational church, was formed from…More a small English-speaking group within the Korean Church of Westchester in the 1990's. Until recently the church's main focus was ministering to second-generation Sunday school children whose primary language was English.</p>
<p>The church shares the building with the Reformed Church of the Tarrytowns, with whom it enjoys a good relationship.</p>
<p>Since January 2004, Edward Kim has been senior pastor to its 100-member congregation and conducts worship services are held Sundays at 2:30 pm in the main sanctuary of the Reformed Church of the Tarrytowns. During the summer, services are held at 10:30 am. Sunday school programs run concurrent to the regular Sunday worship service.</p>
LICKS enjoys prime real estate in the Hudson Harbor complex, adjacent to the train station and the waterfront park.…More Here proprietor and ice cream maker Joe Slakas and staff serve up gourmet freezer treats as well as espresso drinks, pastries, smoothies and more. Ingredients are locally sourced as much as possible, fresh and natural.</p>
<p>Slakas, who resides in Croton-on-Hudson and has a background in politics, made ice cream at home until he was encouraged to do it professionally. "People react better to this they do to politicians," he said. "They don't usually scream about ice cream." At least not in a bad way, that is. The ever-changing flavors include at the moment Heath Bar Crunch, pistachio, hazelnut, passion fruit and key lime sorbet.</p>
<p>Look for Slakas commuting via jet ski in the summer and for the golf cart he plans to rig with insulation for around-town ice cream service. </p>
Pocantico Hills Central School District serves the hamlet of Pocantico Hills. The school has one facility on Bedford…More Rd. that serves grades K - 8. Graduating students primarily attend Sleepy Hollow High School.</p>
<p>Pocantico Hills Central School has about 330 students and 32 teachers according to 2008 statistics from the New York State Education Department. The quaint school is well maintained and benefits from strong teachers, support staff and an involved PTA. The school also offers a day camp for six weeks during summer.</p>
<p>The Principal of Pocantico Hills Central School is Stanley Steele. The Superintendent of the district is Jay Scotto-Friedman.</p>