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  • Independence Day is Sat., July 4. Most banks and the post office will be closed and there will be no mail delivery. The holiday will be observed Fri., July 3 with government offices closed and most post offices closing at 1 p.m. 
  • Mid-Hudson region enters Phase 3

    On June 23, the Mid-Hudson region entered Phase 3 of the state’s reopening plan. Personal care services such as nail salons reopened. Additionally, restaurants can now offer indoor dining with limited capacity.

    Other industries such as retail, offices, hair salons and construction have already resumed or reopened.

    The area is being monitored to ensure it can safely enter Phase 4 on Tuesday, July 7. At that point, low-risk indoor and outdoor arts and entertainment, higher education, media production and professional sports game with no audience can resume. 

  • *Port Chester-Rye Brook Public Library

  • Mid-Hudson region enters Phase 3

    On Tuesday, June 23, the Mid-Hudson region entered Phase 3 of the state’s reopening plan. Personal care services such as nail salons reopened. Additionally, restaurants can now offer indoor dining with limited capacity.

    Other industries such as retail, offices, hair salons and construction have already resumed or reopened.

    The area will be monitored for the next two weeks to ensure it can safely enter Phase 4. At that point, arts, entertainment, recreation and education can resume. 

  • A Black Lives Matter peaceful protest being organized by a group of Blind Brook students will take place at Crawford Park in Rye Brook on Tuesday, June 30 from 1-3 p.m. There will be speakers as well as fundraisers and petition stations available to attendees. All are welcome. Masks are required. Call or text 914-908-0480 for information.

  • *AJP Community Center 

  • Mid-Hudson region remains in Phase 2

    On Tuesday, June 9, the Mid-Hudson region entered Phase 2 of the state’s reopening plan. This allowed businesses such hair salons, retail and office spaces to reopen. Additionally, restaurants can now offer outdoor dining.

    The area will be monitored for the next week to ensure it can safely enter Phase 3. At that point, indoor dining and personal care services can resume. 

  • Calendar of Rescheduled and Online Events
    Rye Nature Center Camps will open Mon., June 29. They have added two more weeks to their Day Camp calendar and one more week to the Paddle Adventure Camp. The calendar and will run for eight weeks; the last day of camp will be Fri., Aug. 21. You can send your child(ren) to more than one week of camp. RNC has revised registration forms asking you to number the weeks by preference so they can accommodate as many requests as possible this summer. Revised registration forms can be found at https://files.constantcontact.com/349fa4d8001/1982d555-7f51-4b62-96d3-8021f7172a87.pdf.
  • *All restaurants and bars except for takeout, delivery and outdoor dining 

  • Mid-Hudson region enters Phase 2

    On Tuesday, June 9, the Mid-Hudson region entered Phase 2 of the state’s reopening plan. . This allowed businesses such hair salons, retail and office spaces to reopen. Additionally, restaurants can now offer outdoor dining.,

    The area will be monitored for the next week to ensure it can safely enter Phase 3. At that point, food services and personal care can resume.  

  • Calendar of Rescheduled and Online Events

    Since almost all events have been cancelled, postponed or moved online, the following information about organizations we usually list in our calendars is being substituted:

  • *AMC Movie Theater

  • A guide to what’s open

    Religious houses begin to reopen: On Thursday, May 21, small religious gatherings could begin to take place again. The gatherings cannot exceed 10 people and participants must wear a mask while maintaining social distancing. 

  • Calendar of Rescheduled and Online Events
    The Katonah Museum of Art is closed until further notice; however, a variety of activities are being offered online. Take a virtual tour of Bisa Butler’s works. Even in a digital format, the intimacy of Butler's vibrant quilted portraits is evident. They are now offering the option to purchase a set of four 5x7-inch postcards when buying a Bisa Butler catalogue.
  • *The Port Chester-Rye Brook Public Library until further notice

  • A guide to what’s open

    This week, the Mid-Hudson region met all seven of the health metrics set by New York State. This permits construction, agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, curbside or in-store pickup retail services, manufacturing and wholesale trade to resume.

    The area will be monitored for the next two weeks to ensure it can safely enter Phase 2. At that point, professional services, retail, administrative support and real estate can come back online. 

  • Calendar of Rescheduled and Online Events
    The Port Chester-Rye Brook Public Library is closed until further notice. However, “Virtual Singalongs with Chloe” have begun with new videos added to the library’s website at portchester-ryebrooklibrary.com every Wednesday morning. New videos will go up June 3, 10, 17, 24 and July 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29 @ http://www.portchester-ryebrooklibrary.com". Babies, toddlers, preschoolers and their grownups can join in the fun, sing songs and move and groove for free. "Virtual Storytime with Ms. Tee" will take place on Tues., June 2, 9, 16, 23, and 30. 
  • *Port Chester and Rye Brook park facilities, including baseball and soccer fields, the dog park, splash pad, playground, pavilions and bathrooms within the parks. Walking the paths and within the parks is still permitted.

  • A guide to what’s open
    This week, the Mid-Hudson region met all seven of the health metrics set by New York State. 
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