Tarrytown Merchants’ Council Meeting addresses important topics
October 8, 2012 by Sarah
Elmsford residents and professionals and residents alike have a couple of events to watch for with the Farmers Market and the Tarrytown Merchants’ Council Meeting taking place fairly early in the month of October.
Where local and nearby residents are concerned, there is a legitimate opportunity to find deals and discounts on staple goods through the Sleepy Hollow Farmers’ Market. Being hosted regularly on Thursdays, the sheer number of items available for sale serves to make this weekly event more than worth a second glance. Taking place from 11:30 am to 5:30 pm when open, what sets this market apart from others is the simple fact that there is something for everyone at this event.
Among the foods listed in online descriptions are eggs, salad, fruit, pasta, and assorted vegetables. With the market coming to a close in November, it is that much more essential for buyers to stop by and take advantage of the sizable discounts to be had here.
At the same time, if the agenda for the Tarrytown Merchants’ Council Meeting shows anything, it is that print companies and local businesses may want to be kept up to date on the results of this discussion. Among the topics up for discussion here are the ‘Halloween Parade’ and the use of ‘Angled Street Banners’. Free to attend and going from 9:00 am to 10:00 am on October 11, there are clear incentives to getting involved here.
Either way, residents and business owners both have events that are definitely worth keeping an eye on this month.