Gazette Ceases Publication: Donates Archives to LHS


In 2010, the Larchmont Gazette ceased publication. In 2011 the publishers donated all contents to the Larchmont Historical Society, which will continue to make the Gazette archives available online.



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Arts, Big Trucks & Safety Mix at Autumn Community Day: Sept 26

On September 26th, Larchmont Avenue will be closed for the first-ever Autumn Community Day. From 12 to 3 pm, residents will be able to move from one festival to another to view art, learn about safety and climb the community’s huge trucks.

For years, the library has offered Truck Day, the Police and Fire Departments have hosted safety demonstrations and the Larchmont Committee on the Arts has sponsored an outdoor art festival. But this is the first time the three events have been planned in unison.

The collaboration will allow for more people to access more activities at the same time. In addition to the three “main events,” the festival will include a hands-on children’s art project, live music, and a featured artist.

Tinka Denenberg, the featured artist, will be among those participating in the Larchmont Arts Festival.

Tinka Denenberg, the featured artist, will be among those participating in the Larchmont Arts Festival.

Local artist and teacher Sue Girardi will help children create a garden out of art. The young artists will plant their work into a “garden” backdrop. Local musician Tony Hoylen will perform and members of the band Twist of Fate will play their eclectic mix of instruments, producing sounds of the Calypso from the new gazebo currently under construction in Constitution Park.

The Larchmont Beautification Committee will be putting upa new gazebo in Constitution Park in time for the Autumn Community Day. The old one came down last week. Photo courtesy of Vito Novello.

The Larchmont Beautification Committee will be putting up a new gazebo in Constitution Park in time for the Autumn Community Day. The old one came down last week. Photo courtesy of Vito Novello.

This year’s featured artist, Larchmont resident Tinka Denenberg, will show her woodcut prints, oil painting, and sculpture. Ms. Denenberg will be exhibiting work from a new series about “flight.”  She is a former art teacher and has taught at the Museum of Modern Art.

Calling All Artists:

Artists wanting to show art or crafts during the festival can apply now using the form found online: (http://www.villageoflarchmont.org/artshow-registrationform2009.swf)

The rain date for the event is October 3rd, 12-3 pm.


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