Peekskill Arts Alliance (PAA) Open Studios 2014
Peekskill Arts Alliance (PAA) Open Studios 2014
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Lively restaurants and pubs
Lively restaurants and pubs
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Peekskill is a haven for foodies Read More

 
Live music in the downtown
Live music in the downtown
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Paramount Hudson Valley
Paramount Hudson Valley
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Featured Events

  • Signals To Freedom a Quilts Exhibition By Carole Robinson

    February 13, 2015

    Join the H-Art Gallery@Steel Imaginations to celebrate Black history 2015 with guest artist and quilter Carole Robinson.  The quilts that are being presented are signals from the Underground Railroad and were a form of communication among slaves that wanted to escape to freedom. Traditionally, these quilts were made from old clothing, scrap fabrics given to the slaves by the mistress of the house and in some cases old sack cloth. But done in African prints and Batiks, they take on a whole new look. The type of fabric has changed, but not the meaning.  Join us in February 13th and 14th to celebrate Black history and Signals to Freedom. For more information, please contact me @ wmorel@verizon.net or cell 914 643 4392

  • Celebrate Mardi Gras Week Downtown

    February 17 - February 22, 2015

    Kick off Mardi Gras week celebration downtown starting Fat Tuesday, February 17th with New Orleans specials across participating pubs and eateries.  Join the Mardi Gras parade and pub crawl on Friday, February 20th starting at 6pm at the Peekskill Brewery.  Finish the week by catching the legendary Buckwheat Zydeco at the Paramount Hudson Valley on Saturday, February 21st, one of Louisana’s best music ambassadors.

     

  • Peekskill Restaurant Week

    February 23 - March 2, 2015

    Peekskill’s becoming the food lover’s capitol of the Hudson Valley. Find out why during Peekskill Restaurant Week February 23rd through March 1st when participating restaurants are featuring $15 lunch and $25 dinner menus.  There’s something for everyone: hand‐spun pizzas, burgers so good they’ll make you cry, fire-roasted fajitas, authentically poured pints, craft beers and expertly shaken cocktails, and fine dining.  Find out more.

     

Downtown News

  • 2015 Peekskill Music Festival RFP released

    BID_live musicThe BID is releasing a Request for Proposals (RFP) for Event Management of the 2015 Peekskill Music Festival.  The Event Manager will oversee downtown's marquee event, being responsible for all logistics, talent booking, event staging, and fundraising related to the event.  All proposals are due by Wednesday, March 4th.  The BID Board has continued to draw back on annual funding directed towards the Music Festival, following our intention to encourage it to be financially sustainable and free up BID resources for other projects.  While the Paramount Hudson Valley theater's team determined  that the festival financial structure made continued event management unfeasible, we would like to commend them for raising the bar on this great event over the past two years.  We look forward to the continued success of this event.  If you have any questions or would like to receive a copy of the RFP, please contact Jason Angell at bidpeekskill@gmail.com or at the BID office on Mondays/Wednesdays at 914-737-2780.Learn more
  • 2015 BID Board of Director’s Ballot Announced

    voteWith the nomination deadline over, the slate of nominee's for this year's BID Board of Director's election has been finalized.  Nominees for the three open property owners seats include: Gabe Arango, Jr. (Iron Vine), Monica Flaherty (The Flatz Properties, LLC), Lafern Joseph (The Fern Tree), Deb Milone (Hudson Valley Gateway Chamber of Commerce), and Arne Paglia (The Division Street Grill).  Nominee's for the one open commercial tenant/Artist Loft resident seat include: Sunny Cover (The Peekskill Coffee House) and Sol Miranda (EMBARK Peekskill). BID Board ballots will be sent out to all eligible property owners and registered tenants, with a walk in election held at the BID Annual Member's Meeting at the Elks Lodge on Thursday February 26, 2015 (or by submitting an absentee ballot by February 26, 2015).  Learn more
  • Peekskill Leads Westchester County at Attracting Young Professionals

    Join Us in PeekskillAn article published in the Westchester Business Journal found that Peekskill has led all Westchester County cities at attracting young professionals between the ages of 25 and 34 since 2000.  These statistics, drawn from the U.S. Census Bureau, are a sign of Peekskill's bright future, as many young professionals are drawn to places where they can purchase homes and start new businesses.  For many young professionals leaving New York City seeking affordable residential or commercial space, Peekskill offers a rare blend of urban living on the Hudson River. Existing Peekskill business owners are seizing the opportunity, with seven businesses currently expanding their operations and/or starting second and third ventures.Learn more
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