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BID Market Family Day: Zev Haber

Saturday, October 1st at 11:00 am

Ruby Dee Park at Library Green

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Zev returns to the BID Farmers Market to entertain the youngest Market-goers and their parents and grandparents. This popular musician performs crowd-pleasing music and ensures a fun-filled experience of songs, games and movement for all ages. Free.

This program is a BID Family Day, made possible by a partnership with the New Rochelle Downtown Business Improvement District (BID) in conjunction with the Library, City School District and Parks & Recreation.

BID Market Family Day: Balloon Bonanza with Nora Maher

Saturday, October 8th at 11:00 am

Ruby Dee Park at Library Green

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Nora will be strolling the Market, fashioning fanciful balloon creations for children to take home. Free.

This program is a BID Family Day, made possible by a partnership with the New Rochelle Downtown Business Improvement District (BID) in conjunction with the Library, City School District and Parks & Recreation.


Exhibition: Ghosts at 5 Anderson Street

Now thru OCTOBER 1

5 Anderson St., New Rochelle, NY 10801

Exhibition Reception: Saturday, September 10, 12-4 pm

Field Projects is pleased to present Ghosts, curated by Beth Livensperger, featuring the work of Fanny Alliè, Kara Lynn Cox, Hilary Doyle, Erik Gonzalez, Will Hutnick, Mollie McKinley, Jeanette May, and Ryann Slauson.

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Barnes & Noble to Open Bookstore in New Rochelle

 

Monroe College is partnering with the bookseller to open the store.

By Michael Woyton (Patch Staff) - August 3, 2016 10:08 am

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NEW ROCHELLE, NY — By this fall, New Rochelle could have a bookstore in the downtown area.

Monroe College announced Tuesday that it has partnered with Barnes & Noble College to open a 9,000-square-foot bookstore, with a Starbucks cafe, in New Roc City.

The new facility, which the college hopes to open by the fall, will replace its existing bookstore at 456 Main St. and will sell textbooks and Monroe College-branded apparel and school supplies, as well as serve the general public.

Marc Jerome, Monroe’s execuive vice president, said the new bookstore will complement the city’s downtown revitalization efforts. READ FULL ARTICLE

 


 

Take a walk downtown and enjoy the...

HISTORY HOP

A Self-Guided Mobile Tour through 325 Years of Americana

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Evidence of nearly every stage of New Rochelle’s remarkable 325+ year heritage and American history can be experienced in the city’s downtown business district. The area that seems to physically radiate from the train station was actually settled nearly two centuries before the first train roared into town in 1848, making this downtown one of the country’s earliest. CLICK HERE to read more!

Sculpture Installation at New Rochelle Library Kicks Off Outdoor Art Program >
Downtown New Rochelle’s Arts at 5 Anderson Expands Saturday With Works From Roof to Basement >
Barnes & Noble to Open Bookstore in New Rochelle >

 

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