Fresh local produce, yummy prepared foods, savory pickles, delicious cheeses, crusty bread, and lots of other tasty treats. That’s right — New Rochelle’s two farmers markets are opening again for the season. The Saturday downtown market kicks off on June 1st on Library Green. And the Friday uptown market begins on June 7th — at … Continue reading Farmers Markets Open for Season
It was an honor this morning to observe Memorial Day in the company of New Rochelle’s veterans, First Responders, community leaders, and neighbors, as together we paid tribute to the men and women who have given their lives in service to our nation.
Please join New Rochelle’s veterans and other neighbors this weekend as we remember and honor the men and women who have given their lives in service to country. Here are the details about our community’s Memorial Day observance. Thank you to American Legion Post 8 and the Veterans Advisory Committee for organizing these events.
Lots of fun stuff in New Rochelle this Spring. Check out this list of upcoming events, and be sure to visit the City website for updates and additions.
The North Avenue Mile welcomes runners of every ability level for a fun, level race starting at Paine Cottage and ending at City Hall. It’s great for kids, too. I am a terrible runner, but always enjoy the North Avenue Mile. If I can do it, anyone can. Register here. UPDATE (May 13): Unfortunately, it … Continue reading North Avenue Mile on June 9
The City of New Rochelle is teaming with Volunteer New York to sponsor a clean-up at Hudson Park this Sunday. Activities include painting and staining benches, painting pavilions, garden clean-up and mulching, debris removal, and shoreline clean up. It’s great for families and groups. Volunteers must be registered to participate. Visit this site to learn … Continue reading Volunteer Park Clean-Up this Sunday
In case you missed the hard copy in your mailbox, here’s New Rochelle’s Spring newsletter, filled with updates on local initiatives, helpful tips, and information about municipal services. Thank you to the City’s Marketing & Communications team for putting the newsletter together.
I turn 50 later this year. Hooray(?) To celebrate this milestone birthday, I am having a party on June 2nd, which will also serve as the main fundraiser for my reelection campaign. Please come. If you didn’t receive an invitation in the mail, here’s all the information. And it’s easy to RSVP online. Catie and … Continue reading I’m Turning 50 – Please Celebrate With Me
I just finished delivering my 2019 State of the City Address to an overflow audience at City Hall. My remarks highlighted our community’s significant and exciting progress on a range of economic, environmental, and social priorities, while also acknowledging persistent challenges that require our continued attention and focus. The State of our City is the … Continue reading State of the City – 2019
Glad to celebrate an early St. Patrick’s Day last Friday evening at the Irish Benevolent Society on Division Street. It was especially fun to preview the craft-brewed beers and ciders that will soon be available right next door, when the Diner Brew Co. opens its tasting room. Happy St. Patrick’s Day to all!