Wednesday, October 21, 2009


Kiwanis/Greenburgh Window Painting contest
The Hartsdale Kiwanis Club does alot for our town. One of the most enjoyable programs they sponsor is the annual window painting contest on E Hartsdale Ave and the 4 corners (Central Ave, W Hartsdale/E Hartsdale Ave).
The contest was rained out last weekend. However--the good news is that the contest has been rescheduled:
Saturday, October 24th from 9:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M., with a rain date of Sunday, October 25th.

Although the deadline for applications has passed, there are a few spaces available.
People can sign up by calling Claudia White at 949-8093 and then bring a check for $10 to the appropriate part of town where their child would be painting. Children of 5 to 7 years paint in the hamlet of Hartsdale and all the rest, up to 13 years, paint at the 4 corners.
It's a great event for your children.


Anonymous said...

$10.00! Bring your own supplies too!

Only in Hartsdale.

Anonymous said...

When the kids have to pay and bring their own supplies, what does "sponsorship" consist of? Also, what does Kiwanis do for our town? Not being skeptical, just curious.

hal samis said...

Dear 1:17,

Submitting a blank window won't win a prize.

Anonymous said...

However, all village residents and select town residents will be allowed free entrance in keeping with current town practice. Costs to be paid by Inc town only.
Thanks paul

shame on feiner said...

1:17 was deleted
wonderful that our troops are dying to promote freedom and paul is censoring here at home.

now thats scary.

Anonymous said...

The paintings look great. The kids had fun as always.

$10.00 per? That's a lot of money. Where did this money go? There was no cost to the town in anyway to run the event. Another Hartsdale family ripoff?

Anonymous said...

Great job! The kids had a great time and the weather was beautiful. We need more programs like this one to bring people into Town.

Anonymous said...

*waves to the THIEF Paul @ 2:13"

You fraking little worn. Sleep tight that you have broken the backs of hard working middle class families. SLEEP TIGHT!

Anonymous said...

What is the $10 for?

Anonymous said...

$10 fee is to defray the Theodore Young Center costs. Elmsford residents will now recieve a $5 rebate besides free access.