Here’s what’s happening Today in the 914, according to Westchester Woman:
1.) Janet Langsam’s grandmother could have been a famous chef, however in the early 1900s only men were allowed to assume the of title “Chef de Cuisine.” Now, the CEO ArtsWestchester is proud to welcome two women who not only earned the title, but have their own Westchester restaurants.
Josyane Colwell of Le Moulin Catering and Leslie Lampert of Cafe of Love and Ladle of Love, will serve cuisine committee co-chairs for ArtsWestchester’s ArtsBash event on May 20.
Read more in Langsam’s blog below:
2.) You don’t have to spend a lot of money to make sure your pets are are cared for and up-to-date on shots! Your dog, cats and ferrets can get free rabies vaccinations on Sunday, April 24 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Stamen Animal Hospital at 61 Quaker Ridge Rd. in New Rochelle. Make sure you call 914-632-1269 to schedule a required appointment.
3.) Today’s headlines:
- (lohud) Westchester Veterans, Schools Want NY State to Pay For Tax Break
- (Westchester Magazine) Yonkers Fire Department To Host Annual Hogs4Hope Fundraiser
- (lohud) Test Day: Opting On or Out?
- (lohud) Bernie Sanders: Shut Down Indian Point