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Tags: auction, auction house, Catherine LoBuono, Celebration, community, Conservation, Downtown, Events, Farm Market, Farm to Table, farmers market, flea, flea market, Harvest, Haverstraw, haverstraw ferry, Haverstraw's Harvest Farmers Market, Hudson River, Hudson Valley, local food, Main Street, Maple Avenue, new urbanism, NY Waterway, organic, Short Films, Sojourner Productions, sustainability, union restaurant haverstraw, Urban Planning, village of haverstraw
MEET FRIENDS. RESERVE A TABLE. HOST A GATHERING.
The market is an incredible places to gather with your friends or family for brunch. Bring the basics and supplement with the wide variety of breads, fresh produce, jams, and other market products. On a nice morning or afternoon, the market is an amazing place to host an official or informal gathering for your organization, church group, or club. The market is also an ideal location for teach-ins, demonstrations, displaying art AND making art, showing short films, interpretive or musical performance, and beyond. Please contact Alexandria, the market organizer and director at a.lopezevans [AT] gmail.com for more information and to reserve a table (tables come with awesome umbrellas).
Beginning on July 28, the market will host an outdoor flea market in tandem with the Earl of Auction‘s Sunday flea market at 61 Maple Avenue. You may submit an application to sell goods at the flea market via Alexandria, the market director: a.lopezevans [AT] gmail.com.
Thanks to Magda Truchan for being unique and so creative! www.prettycripple.com
Tags: activity, aquatic, crew, crewing, exercise, family, fun, Haverstraw, Hudson River, learn to row, National Learn to Row Day, north rockland rowing club, NR, recreation, river, rowing, rowing club, village of haverstraw, water
National Learn to Row Day at the Haverstraw Ferry Landing at Dr. Girling Drive, Haverstraw, NY.
Each year, the North Rockland Rowing Club hosts Learn to Row Day to expose more New Yorkers and Rocklanders to the sport of rowing or crew. Refine your technique on a rowing machine and/or get in a boat to learn the basics. The Club will take you out on the Hudson River to experience rowing firsthand! Don’t worry, they take numerous safety precautions when introducing beginners to the sport. This is a great event for families and children, as well as adults that are looking for new ways to stay fit.
Tags: clean, Downtown, esplanade, Events, garbage clean, great american cleanup, greenway, Haverstraw, Hudson River Valley, Hudson Valley, keep rockland beautiful, promenade, removal, spring cleaning, sustainability, trash, up, Village, village of haverstraw, volunteer, volunteering, waterfront
As part of the Keep Rockland Beautiful-sponsored Great American Cleanup 2013, we will meet for a few hours in the Village (Downtown and the Greenway) to do some spring cleaning. Bring plants to plant, gloves, and a trash picking attitude.
When? April 14, 2013 at 10:00AM | Where? The Four-faced Clock @ New Main Street & Maple Avenue
Check out the pics from 2012 and 2013 below (thanks to Alex Guarino and Tom McGuire for taking them – that’s why they’re not in the pictures!):
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Tags: adult, brickyard 5000, crew, Downtown, fitness, Haverstraw, head race, Hudson River, Hudson Valley, Hudson Valley Brickyard 5000, masters, New York, new york city rowing, outdoors, race, recreation, regatta, rowing, scholastic, sculling, sprints, U.S. Rowing, Upstate, village of haverstraw, water sports
Tags: fire, fire department, fire house, fire truck, firefighter, fireman, firemen, Haverstraw, history haverstraw, Hose Relief Number 3, Relief 3, relief hose no. 3, village of haverstraw, volunteer fire fighting
Organized in 1895, Relief Hose No. 3 was intended to provide additional fire protection to the ever-growing Village downtown. In the days of horse-drawn water pumps and low-pressure hand pumps, additional firehouses were needed to cover new neighborhoods that sprung up in the North West corner of Haverstraw. The newly formed fire department was housed in a barn and carriage house, which still stands at the corner of Westside Avenue and Gurnee Avenue. Today, the structure is a dwelling; originally, the house contained barn doors on the ground floor where the original fire wagon and then a motor car (pictured at left) rigged with a pump were stored. (more…)