What to do in Pleasantville? Must be pretty boring here since your piece starts off with what do in Mt pleasant? The link goes to Daily Mount Pleasant. Why you continue to think that you can use these designations interchangeably is puzzling. View Comment
Please note gates actually open at noon. 1st performance at 12:15 on Village Stage by Starnes & Shah. In addition ot on-line sales tickets can be purchased through Friday July 13th at Art of Wine, Cold Stone Creamery and Village Book Store in Pleasantville and Noka Joe's in Katonah. Tickets canbe purcahsed on the day of the Festival (7/14) at the gate on Hopper Street.
The Pleasantville Music Festival is ADA accessible. There is no public parking at the Festival. We provide free parking at Pace University Entrance #2 and free bus will bring you to and from Parkway Field. A free shuttle will also pick-up and return patrons from the Pleasantville Metro-North station throughout the day up until a 45-minutes after the end of the show.
Pop-up open-sided tents and umbrellas are permitted only in designated sections.in the main stage area. Stakes may not be put in the ground. Tents, furniture and umbrellas are not permitted in the Beer & Wine Garden or in the Village Stage area. No alcohol may be brought in to the festival. Coolers are permitted but are subject to inspection. Sorry, no dogs allowed on the festival site unless they are documented service animals.
We live in a District where there are no school buses except for those children who have a disability.
The idea that it is the government's responsibility to take able bodied children to school is misguided and selfish. We made sure that both of our children arrived at school and were borught home. We are a family with two working parents but like everyone else in Pleasantville we figured out how to make it work. Those parents who are protesting this change should not be flaunting their limitations. Its about time that all paresnt in NY took responsibilty for the trasnportation of their own. View Comment
Seems like a large increase during tough times. The writer might consider comparing and sharing information how about this compares to the teacher's contract in this District during the same period. How about some in depth investigative reporting to see where all of the money will go? View Comment