Woods Johnson, a 2018 PMHS graduate, was presented with his Eagle Scout rank at a ceremony on June 7. A member of Troop 11 New Rochelle, he has just finished his first year at Texas A& M and is an Air Force cadet.
Pelham Preservation & Garden Society celebrated its 20-year anniversary with an Evening on the Esplanade Fundraiser on Saturday, June 1st. Past Preservation Board Members and Party Hosts from the past 20 years were invited for a champagne toast and photo opportunity marking their service to the Board of Pelham Preservation & Garden Society and to the community. By 7:30 pm, nearly 300 guests arrived to enjoy “Preservation Punch,” assorted cocktails, elegant hors d’oeuvres, and a silent auction in the expansive grounds of the Begley home.
PMHS seniors Alyssa Wong and Elizabeth Walters were honored at the Rotary Club of the Pelhams luncheon on June 5 as Marilyn Stiefvater Scholars of the Month. Both plan to attend Boston University in the fall.
Arc of Westchester's fundraiser held on June 4 had the support of several members of The Manor Club, where five young women from Arc learn waitress skills at luncheons.
Town Supervisor Peter DiPaola, a Rotarian who is retiring his elected position at the end of 2019, was honored at the Rotary Club of the Pelhams luncheon on June 5 and presented with a Paul Harris Fellow recognition.
Community Church of the Pelhams will celebrates Pentecost with an Intergenerational Service this Sunday,June 9 ar 10:00am.
The Pelham Civics held its annual Summer Olympics on Saturday, June 1. A total of 238 kids in kindergarten - Grade 5 registered for the event, significantly higher than in 2017 and 2018.
Rotary International President 2019-2020 Mark Maloney was presented with the banner of the Rotary Club of the Pelhams today (June 5) at the RI Convention in Hamburg, Germany by Pelham Rotarians Hugh and Joy Maynard-Reid.
A BBQ, a Cookies Bakeoff, a Volleyball Tournament, Music and more are planned for Pelham Together's first ever fundraiser—SummerFest 2019—for Pelhamites of all ages at Chester Park on Saturday, June 22 from 3-9 PM.
The Pelham Art Center hosted its first annual Community Art Day on Sunday, June 2nd with art festivities in its courtyard, gallery, studios and media lab.
"Establishing a Culture of Dignity, a School of Character, and Raising Ethical Young Leaders in Today’s World” was the theme of presentations by author Rosalind Wiseman to parents, students and faculty during her visit to Pelham on May 20th and 21st,
The Manor Club Gala on May 18, 2019 featured vocalists Jackie DiMaggio and Christopher Macchio, well known Pelham Gazebo concert headliners. Money raised from tickets and sponsors benefited operations and major repairs needed for the 100-year-old historic club building.
Researcher Dr. Suniya Lutharof Authentic connections will present the results of Pelham Together's recent Student Health Survey of Pelham teens on Monday, June 10th, at 7:30 PM at The Picture House.
This year’s Huguenot Vehicle Fair will be held on Saturday, June 8th in the Huguenot Memorial Church parking lot. The annual event is open to the entire community and hosted by Huguenot Nursery School.
TMC (The Manor Club) opened its doors for marchers in the Pelham Memorial Day Parade on May 27 to share light refreshments and water and use facilities before the march began.
Pelham Town Supervisor Peter DiPaolaw as this year's Grand Marshal of the Memorial Day Parade on Monday, May 27. The keynote speaker at the post parade ceremony was Bob Shepherd, a Pelham resident and a veteran of nearly twenty years service with the 22nd SAS Regiment and currently a media commentator.
The Junior League f Pelham will sponsor "Where Am I Now... and What's Next?"—A Career and Life Balance Discussion for Pelham Women—tomorrow, Thursday, May 23 from 7pm-9pm at Rockwell Restaurant (downstairs).
Pelham Town Supervisor Peter DiPaola will be this year's Grand Marshal of the Memorial Day Parade on Monday, May 27. The keynote speaker at the post parade ceremony will be Bob Shepherd, a Pelham resident and a veteran of nearly twenty years service with the 22nd SAS Regiment and currently a media commentator.
A series of short films that celebrate cycling is coming to The Picture House this Sunday, May 19, 2019, as part of the 10th Annual Ciclismo Classico Bike Travel Film Festival from 6:30 - 9:00 p.m.
New York Philharmonic Principal harpist and Pelham resident Nancy Allen, flute soloist Carol Wincenc, and rising star cellist Claire Marie Solomon—known as The Gossamer Trio—will perform at The Manor Club next Tuesday, May 21st at 1:30 pm. The community is invited to attend.
The Pelham Jewish Center Tag Sale will be open to the public and held from 10am - 2pm this Sunday, May 19th at the Pelham Jewish Center, 451 Esplanade.
The 2019 John Marshall Award was presented to Shea Humphrey by the Pelham Recreation Commission on Monday, May 13. For the last few years he has attended many of the games of PMHS hockey, football and other teams and has been one of the most enthusiastic fans at those games.
Pelham Preservation & Garden Society in celebrating its 20-year anniversary with an Evening on the Esplanade Fundraiser on Saturday, June 1st, and tickets are now available.
Pelham Together and the Pelham Education Foundation will host Rosalind Wiseman, author of "Queen Bees & Wannabees" and "Masterminds & Wingmen," at The Manor Club on Monday, May 20 at 7 pm.
Members of The Manor Club will be selling Gala Raffle tickets again this Saturday in front of DeCicco's and Manor Market.
The Picture House summer camps are a fun way for young people to get an introduction to all kinds of filmmaking, and registration for the camps is now underway.
Project Community plans a two-part Color Run on May 18-19, starting with a kickoff party on Saturday evening before featuring a huge raffle and culminating with the Color Run the next morning on Sunday.
“Alienated America” Author Tim Carney, who grew up in Pelham, will speak at The Manor Club (TMC) tonight, Thursday, May 16 about his book and its theme on how the disintegration of social connectedness through the decline in marriage, church and membership in community organizations has led to feelings of alienation and support for President Donald Trump. He had a scheduled intervirew with Fox News earlier in the day.
The "Mary Poppins Jr." production performed by Pelham Children's Theater on May 3, 4 &5 featured a large cast of boys and girls in fifth and sixth grades.
Rotary Club of the Pelhamsr ecognized PMHS seniors Sophie McSpedon and Violet Massie-Vereker as Marilyn Stiefvater Scholars of the Month at a luncheon on May 1.
Jamie Burke, a PMHS 10th grader, recently attended RYLA, a Rotary Youth Leadership Awards program designed to teach high school students leadership skills.
The Junior League of Pelham's "Casino for a Cause" raised $23,000 to help JLP run programs that support children and families in the greater Pelham Community.
Pelham Together, a non-profit organization working to support youth to make healthy choices and avoid substance abuse, has received $20,000 in the recently approved 2019-20 New York State Budget thanks to the advocacy of State Senator Alessandra Biaggi. It was the first NY State grant for Pelham Together.
Vocalists Jackie DiMaggio and Christopher Macchio, headliners at Pelham Gazebo summer concerts, will perform on stage at The Manor Club Gala on Saturday, May 18 following a pre-show VIP reception showcasing TMC's historic building.
The Pelham Art Center will celebrate Ghana with folklore performances plus an Adinkra Workshop free and open to all ages this Sunday, May 5 from 1:30 – 4:00 pm.
One hundred guests enjoyed an "elegant" sit-down barbecue dinner of chicken, steak and hamburgers at The Manor Club (TMC) on Tuesday night (April 30). Dessert included s'mores. There was also corn on the cob, baked beans, sausages, poyayo salad, coleslaw and more!
Pelham’s Neal Huff of Broadway’s “To Kill A Mockingbird” will talk about his acting career with journalist Magee Hickey of WPIX 11 at The Manor Club (TMC) tonight, Monday, May 6 at 7:30pm. The community is invited to attend.
“Resilience,” a one hour video on the importance of recognizing the damaging effect adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) present to children, will be screened and discussed at he Community Church of the Pelhams this Saturday, May 4, from 10am – 12 Noon.