Pleasantville High School 2013 Spring Musical Peter Pan
This weekend is the premiere of “Peter Pan,” the high school’s spring musical.
Showtimes for “Peter Pan” include: Friday, March 8 at 7:30 p.m.; Saturday, March 9 at 2 p.m; Sunday, March 10 at 2 p.m.; Friday, March 15 at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, March 16 at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets are $15 for adults and $12 for seniors/children/students and can be purchased in advance by clicking on the following link: Purchase Tickets
New York Cottages and Gardens March 2013 Issue
The March 2013 issue is out!! Visit www.cottages-gardens.com to find out where you can pick up a copy!
Mount Pleasant Public Library Story Times
Visit their web site: www.mountpleasantlibrary.org
The Mount Pleasant Public Library is a joint municipal library supported by the Town of Mount Pleasant and Village of Pleasantville. The Library received its charter from NY State in 1965 and serves residents, students and workers in the Town of Mount Pleasant, outside the incorporated villages, and the Village of Pleasantville.
The Main Library is located in the Village of Pleasantville, at the intersection of Bedford Road and Romer Avenue. The Branch Library is in the Town of Mount Pleasant Recreation center on Lozza Drive.
Pleasantville NY Farmer’s Market
The region’s largest and most dynamic farmers market is in Pleasantville New York. From January – early May, our INDOOR market is held in the Pleasantville Middle School every Saturday from 9am – 1pm. On Memorial Day Weekend we move back OUTDOORS to Memorial Plaza and operate every Saturday until late November from 8:30am to 1pm
Visit their web site: www.pleasantvillefarmersmarket.org
Their Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/PvilleFarmMarket
The Black Cow Coffee Company in Pleasantville NY
It’s a great place to stop and have a cup of coffee with friends.
Visit their web site: www.blackcow.com Visit their facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/TheBlackCowCoffee10570
The Black Cow Coffee Roasters
7 Wheeler Avenue Pleasantville, NY 914-495-3727
Pleasantville NY Chamber of Commerce
Formed in 1951, the Pleasantville Chamber of Commerce is an organization of retail, service, professional, industrial and civic members interested in living and working in a friendly and prosperous Pleasantville. The Chamber has initiated many programs and annual events that help keep the business climate of Pleasantville vibrant. All of our programs and events involve networking among Chamber members, community leaders and civic organizations, as part of the fulfillment of our mission: “linking business and community.” Check out our programs. Visit the Pleasantville NY Chamber of Commerce web site: www.pleasantville.com
Jacob Burns Film Center & Media Arts Lab
Manville Rd., Pleasantville, NY
Exit 30 Saw Mill Pkwy N/Exit 29 S
Info-Line: 914.773.7663 Visit Their web site: www.burnsfilmcenter.org The JBFC Theater houses three screens and is open to the public 365 days a year. Exhibitions include first-run independent features, previews, classic films, and documentaries from around the world. Each month, we present two to four curated series including annual and monthly programs, as well as special one-time events and retrospectives on important film artists. More than 150 directors, actors, authors, scholars, and other remarkable guests come to speak with our audience each year.
The JBFC presents a number of popular annual and monthly series including “Global Watch,” a documentary series dealing with human rights and social justice; “German Cinema;” “The Wide World of Animation,” exploring the vitality of the medium from classic cartoons to the avant garde; “Dance on Camera;” “Classic Italian Cinema;” “FrameWorks,” dedicated to the visual arts; “Westchester Jewish Film Festival;” “Jazz Sessions;” and “Rarely Seen Cinema” curated by filmmaker and JBFC Board member, Jonathan Demme.
The Village of Pleasantville NY
Visit the Viillage of Pleasantville web site
Located just 31 miles north from Grand Central Terminal in NYC, the Village of Pleasantville is “home, sweet home” for over 7000 residents. Its name is synonymous with extraordinary neighborliness, volunteerism, tranquility and tolerance, attributes that are embraced by all who live or work here.Settled in 1695 and formerly known as “Clark’s Corners,” the Village was once a stop along the Underground Railroad.
Pleasantville became an autonomous local government in 1897. The original home of The Readers Digest Corporation, the Village is now a regional destination, well reputed for the quality of its public services, public schools, fine arts, dining, and community experiences.