Today: School taxes are due tonight in the Town of Greenburgh. The Town Hall will be open until 7 p.m. on Monday evening. If residents can't stop by Town Hall, they can pay online by checking account (ACH Debit), which doesn’t carry a fee or surcharge. They can alos pay by credit card by calling (800)272-9829 or through the internet, but there is a service fee associated with credit card payments. Go to www.greenburghny.com (tax department) for more information. Anne Povella is the Receiver of Taxes. Town hall is located at 177 Hillside Ave in White Plains.
Today: Temporary parking lots have been set up at Rye Playland and the Kensico Dam Plaza for commuters who normally use Metro-North Railroad’s New Haven Line. Read more about it here.
Tuesday: Dr. Samantha Slotnick is hosting a workshop at 7 p.m. Tuesday to help parents identify visual difficulties that could be hampering their child's learning experience. The workshop will be held in Central Eyes Optical, located at 161 S. Central Park Ave. in Hartsdale. Check here for more details.
Tuesday: “Downtown Music at Grace” series is hosting pianist David Kim for a performance of the works of Liszt, Debussy, and Beethoven at noon . Kim has been heard in concert with the Syracuse Symphony and appeared on Vermont Public Radio and WNYC in New York. The performance will take place at Grace Episcopal Church, located at 33 Church Street in White Plains.
Tuesday: Join Marilyn DeRight, adjunct professor of English at Iona College for four Tuesday matinees starting Oct. 1 (session 1) or Nov. 19 (session 2) from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Scarsdale Public Library. Possible screenings include "Sunday, Bloody Sunday," "Tsotsi," "Edward Scissorhands," "Ordinary People," "Silver Linings Playbook," and more! Register at http://www.scarsdaleadultschool.org/. Tuition for the course is $80. The library is located 54 Olmstead Road in Scarsdale.
Thursday: Join Sam’s of Gedney Way, located at 50 Gedney Way in White Plains, at 5:30 p.m. for a delicious seasonal sampling, where you’ll enjoy tastings of expertly paired wines and artisan cheeses, along with craft brews from Captain Lawrence Brewery. Meet up with friends, unwind with colleagues, and network with other professionals. Proceeds benefit the Child Care Council of Westchester, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to making a positive impact for our children and our community through quality early child care and education. Tickets cost $45 in advance or at the door. RSVP requested, but walk-ins welcome. Click here to register online or call (914) 761-3456.
Friday: Indian Point will soon become the first nuclear plant in the nation to operate without a current license. How is this possible? Come find out at a panel discussion and fundraiser hosted by actor Alec Baldwin and featuring guest speakers including Hudson Riverkeeper Paul Gallay, medical experts on the effects of radiation in our communities and other area officials. The panel discussion, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Rockland Community College, is $10 for the general public and will be followed separately by a cocktail party fundraiser, silent art auction and benefit dinner. For tickets, pricing and information visit www.radiation.org or call: (609) 399-4343; (845) 371-2100. Rockland Community College is located at 145 College Road in Suffern.