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    North of NYC North of NYC By Houlihan Lawrence By Houlihan Lawrence by

    A selection of the some of the fun events coming up in the next week.

    Chappaqua OfficeThe Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Boutique  in Chappaqua- Oct 8th

    Please join us for an evening of fun to help in the fight against breast cancer.  On Thursday, October 8th, from 4PM-7PM , stop in to the Chappaqua Office of Houlihan Lawrence to browse the fantastic collection of goods including August Silk Sweaters, Cabi Clothing, Chappaqua Toffee Company, Jewels by Jeanne, Jolie B. Ray, Presents for Purpose and The Write Occasion. A portion of all proceeds will be donated to the Making Strides cause.

    The office is located at 45 South Greeley Avenue. Please contact us for more information at 914.238.4766.

    homebridgeWalk Your Way Over the Hudson in Dutchess County - October 2nd

    This weekend marks the grand opening of the Walkway Over The Hudson State Park, the newly restored pedestrian bridge linking Poughkeepsie in Dutchess County to the town of Lloyd in Ulster County. The longest pedestrian bridge in the world, the 1.25 mile bridge offers spectacular river vistas and links trails on both sides of the river, allowing continued walking and cycling for 30+ miles. Visit the website for Walkway over the Hudson for more information.

    mtnimhamroad2towerFall Foliage Hike in Putnam County - October 4th

    Enjoy the magnificent foliage and far-reaching views while hiking to the Mt. Nimham Fire Tower.

    For more information and other fun events happening around Putnam County this weekend visit the LocalPutnam website.

    armonk art showThe Armonk Outdoor Art Show - Oct 3rd and 4th

    There's something for everyone at the 48th Annual Armonk Art Show, an international festival of fine art and crafts to suit every taste and budget. The event will be held this Saturday and Sunday form 10-5PM at Community Park in Armonk.  Admission is $9 and proceeds will benefit the North Castle Public Library. For more information visit the artshow website.