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The Larchmont Historical Society is creating living history again this weekend.
Sheldrake Nature Center
Have a look at the laws that were adopted Nov. 21st, and the remaining proposed laws, which will be the subject of a Public Hearing Dec. 19.
Sheldrake Environmental Center- Polly Kreisman
This year the parade is going to include giant balloons for the first time. To lead off this momentous occasion will be Mighty Mouse.
St. John’s Episcopal Church in Larchmont will be holding its 90th annual Christmas Bazaar, from 10:00am to 3:00pm November 19th.
Fall Walk– Submitted to theLoopPool on Flickr by June Marie Sobrito
Sunshine is known to most locals as the former Aroma Coffee Roast, a colorful mainstay for years here, where regulars swore by the beans roasted in back
Rye– Submitted to the Loop by Stephanie Lombardo
‘Polypetalous,’ as in many “Pop Flowers,” is a new show coming to Kenise Barnes Gallery in Larchmont.
Here is a selection of places where you can make the most of Halloween…if you dare.
The Furniture Sharehouse is celebrating ten years of Furnishing Families Friday, October 28th.
Steve and Gina Wallach will donate 10 % of the purchase price to the church of your choice.
Pirro’s paranormal investigations run the gamut from ghostly sightings to spirits who make themselves known in terrifying ways.
A series of six programs spanning four hundred years of sacred music from all over the world
Milkweed Beetles–Submitted to theLoopPool on Flickr by Svetlana
Larchmont Morning Fog–Submitted to theLoop by Christopher Bourdain
Registration has been extended for the Larchmont Scarecrow Festival.
Friday Night Frights film series featuring a different chilling, horror movie each week
Some local peeps are taking the stage Saturday night, Oct. 1 at 8:00 at the Capitol Theatre.
Submitted to theLoopPool on Flickr by June Marie Sobrito
FragranceLock has launched on the Home Shopping Network, and won an Allure Best of Beauty Award in the “Best Breakthrough” category.
“Photography in our time leaves us with a grave responsibility. While we are playing in our studios with broken flowerpots, oranges, nude studies and still lifes, one day we know that we will be brought to account: life is passing before our eyes without our ever having seen a thing. ”
Sunrise Colors- Submitted to theLoopPool on Flickr by June Marie Sobrito
The Albee Court Apartments at the corner of Larchmont Avenue and the Post Road were named for Edward Franklin Albee, Mr. Reed Albee’s grandfather
Westchester County’s premier book sale at Scarsdale Library will begin on Friday, September 9th
Manor Park Sunrise- Submitted to theLoop by Amy Lieberman
Harbor Island Park. Submitted to theLoop by Tzipporah Batami
Rainy fields, Mamaroneck
The Larchmont Chamber continues to boost business with this big three day event.
Downtown New Rochelle’s summer Resident Artists will hold their July Open Studio event Saturday, July 23, at Arts at 5 Anderson
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Larchmont Farmer’s Market (did you submit this photo? Let us know so that we can credit you!)
From Larchmont to the Kensico Dam, a roundup of local fireworks displays for the July 4 weekend
New effort to save the Playhouse has raised over $90,000
Mayor Lorraine Walsh wants you to know that more volunteers are needed!
Accepted $1.4 million outside bid derails community effort.
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One idea they are considering: one film center in two historic theaters 5 miles apart, linked by Metro North.
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Come see local funny people and help raise money for a great cause, Save the Sound!
A Local Photography Exhibit, “Intoxicated by Color”
Submitted to theLoopPool on Flickr by Bonnie Council