1. Rye City Council Special Meeting
The council will meet at 7 p.m. to discuss pending litigation regarding the Rye Golf Club and personnel matters. This will be a special meeting and it is expected that the council will adjourn into Executive Session immediately.
2. Blind Brook Board of Education
The BB BOE will meet at 8 p.m. in the Monroe E. Haas Instructional Media Center at the Blind Brook Middle School/High School building. It is expected that the Board will vote to go into executive session to discuss Arbors' lease negotiations and will return to public session in the Monroe E. Haas Instructional Media Center at 8:00 p.m.
Read the Superintendent’s proposed 2013-2014 budget, presented last week, here.
3. Hoops for Heart
Rye Middle School will host a Hoops for Heart event to raise money for the American Heart Association on Tuesday, March 5 at 3 p.m. Read more here.
4. Rye Board of Education Meeting
The Rye City School District will hold its BOE meeting at 8 p.m. at the middle school. Read the Superintendent’s proposed 2013-2014 budget here.
5. Miriam’s Attic to Open Select Saturdays
Miriam’s Attic is pleased to announce that it will open one Saturday each month from 10 am – 1 pm from April to October. The shop will be open the first Saturday of the month except in July, which will be the 2nd Saturday of the month because of the July 4th holiday. Susan Olson, Fund Development Coordinator at The Osborn, stated that “our customers are always asking when we will open on Saturdays. We accommodated their requests by opening on more Saturdays this year. We hope it will be easier for more people to shop with us.”
Miriam’s Attic, which is staffed by volunteers, is open to the public every Tuesday year-round and features quality furniture, household and kitchen items, women’s jewelry, scarves, and handbags plus much, much more. Miriam’s Attic opened in December 2008 to benefit The Osborn’s Charity Care Program which serves those who move to The Osborn with little or no ability to pay for their stay as well as those who have outlived their resources due to illness or advanced age. The Charity Care Program also enables members of the community with little or no ability to pay for their care to receive services from Osborn Home Care.
6. Summer Camp Registration
A message from Rye Rec:
We are all set for Camp Registration!
Upper and Lower Camp registration is this Monday, March 4, doors open at 6 pm; registration begins at 6:30 p.m. Don’t forget your proof of residency. Also if you are interested in swimming, you need a Swim Permission Slip. Please make sure you have all you need for registration day by following our Registration Check List.
Lower Camp – campers entering grades K - 2
Upper Camp – campers entering grades 3 – 6
Check out our Optional Special Programs
Lower Camp - Optional Special Programs (Jewelry & Beading has gone down to $30)
Upper Camp - Optional Special Programs
The registration date for Kiddy Camp and Camp 78 was Monday, February 11. There is still space in Kiddy Camp for those of you who would like to register. Camp 78 still has limited availablitly in weeks 1, 4 & 6.
Kiddy Camp – campers ages 3 - 5 (not entering grade K)
Camp 78 – campers entering grades 7 & 8 - Residents Only!
For additional information including the camp brochure, please refer to our Camp home page.
Please make sure to download all necessary applications and forms and bring them completed to registration.
If you have any questions, please give us a call at 967-2535.