If you can walk there or dig your car out, you can join in this global movement to stop abuse against women.
Learn the Tarrytown/Sleepy Hollow dance step by step with Margaret and join Hudson River Rising.
Hudson River Rising will meet at 12:15 at one of two places—on Beekman Ave in Sleepy Hollow or in front of Mrs. Greens in Tarrytown.
After the dance, participants are invited to meet and mingle in Patriots Park/Warner Library at 12:30.
Or if you can't do it till later, try 4:00 pm at The Field Library’s Hayes Plaza (in front of the library) on 4 Nelson Avenue in Peekskill.
Peekskill will be dancing BREAK THE CHAIN which was created for this event.
Peekskill's Victims Assistance Office, Artist Collective & Children's Theater Company of Peekskill will join, support and share their works with the community during the event. You can learn the dance on your own by visiting Youtube.com, search “Break the Chain” and choose the choreography taught by the Brooklyn High School students.
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