Every once in a while a unique residence comes on the market that is perfect for someone, or a couple that is looking for: A home facing east, with access to the water, in a quiet neighborhood, as well as mass transit nearby to get you anywhere you wish to go.
Dr. Richard T. Chavis, fishing the 2017 Extreme Contest in the Bahamas.He took 4th place at the Sailfish Smack Down Feb 2017 Pompano beach florida. I He also competes in other Extreme Offshore Events in the Bahamas and Florida.
I want to take this opportunity to thank all those, both members and spouses, who participated in the preparation and execution of the most successful River Day to date. In spite of the Elliott Way construction and competing events such as the Town of Cortlandt “Family Fun Day”, we realized the best attended event since its inception nine years ago.
The 2nd Annual Schuylerville Fall Festival: “Turning Leaves at the Turning Point”, will be held on Sunday, October 8 from 12:00-5:00 pm. Visitors are invited to this beautiful, historic, thriving downtown to experience the fun and excitement of this close-knit community. There will be a scavenger hunt for participants to follow to encourage them to visit their local businesses and engage with the business owners. Along the way you can enjoy street musicians and delicious local food vendors. Restaurants and store fronts will be open, and artists will be demonstrating their skills. Boaters are encouraged to dock at the Schuyler Yacht Basin for the weekend and enjoy
the shoreside events as well!
It was a beautiful, bright clear morning when I pulled into the huge parking lot of Cornetta’s Seafood Restaurant in Piermont, NY, (just below the Tappan Zee Bridge on the west shore) to find the “boys” unloading their “catch of the day” into their pickup truck.
“River Day” was created by the Croton Yacht Club to provide children and adults with a “hands on” grassroots experience as to what the Hudson River has to offer. The river, full of a huge assortment of fish, blue claw crabs and other species is dramatically presented under the tent erected on the grounds of the yacht club as well as by the Hudson River Fishermen’s Association volunteers.