1. Rye Garden Club Walk and Talk Tour
The Rye Garden Club invites the Community to a ‘Tree Walk & Talk’ led by certified arborist, Patrick Laidman, at the Rye Nature Center. Read more here.
2. Annual Beaux Arts Exhibit
From the Rye Free Reading Room: The Woman’s Club of Rye will host the Annual Beaux Arts Exhibit at the Rye Free Reading Room from October 4 through 25. The professionally-juried show includes exciting and eclectic works in oil/acrylic, watercolor, pastels, mixed media, graphic arts, photography and portraiture all created by area artists. A reception and awards ceremony will take place on Saturday, October 6, at 2 p.m., with first prize winners advancing to the Westchester County Federation of Woman’s Club Beaux Arts Finale.
For more information, call 914-231-3161 or go to www.ryelibrary.org.
3. Walk to School Day
Thanks to Robin Willig of the Blind Brook School District for submitting this information: For the fifth year, the Bruno M. Ponterio Ridge Street School will join thousands of school children across the U.S.A. for Walk to School Day by walking to school on Wednesday, October 3rd. (The rain date is Friday, October 5th).
Rye City School District schools are also participating in the event, which emphasizes fitness and safety.
4. “Haunting Tales” at Rye Reading Room
From the Rye Library: Rye Storytellers' Guild Tuesday, October 2, at 6:30 pm. "Haunting Tales" Members share scary and non-scary stories to tell children. The Guild welcomes all adults to tell, share tips on storytelling or just listen.
5. Rye City School District Board of Education Meeting
The district will hold the BOE meeting in the Rye middle school multipurpose room at 8 p.m.