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Mayor’s Column

June 11, 2013

If you were in or around Greenwood Lake this past weekend then you noticed the same thing that I did — We had a tremendous street fair. We had more vendors and fair-goers than ever. The weather cooperated and the day was a great success for our local merchants, tourists and residents as we all enjoyed one of Greenwood Lake’s  many traditions; the street fair. The fair would not have been such a success without the hard work of local merchant, Eric Kelm, his wife and Deputy Mayor Kelli Kelm, as well as all of the vendors and merchants who worked at the event on the sunny Saturday afternoon. Well done, everyone.



Concert Series and event cards are now complete and available at Village Hall. Be sure to stop by and pick up the list of events that we’ll be having throughout the summer at our waterfront beach. All concerts are free to attend and we hope to see everyone there! 


These are some of the Village’s events in the month of June:


June 12, 6pm — Grand Opening of GWL’s Youth Center at HolyRosaryChurch. Open for ages 13-17. Contact Village Hall with questions, 477-9215.


June 14, 6pm — George F. Baker High School Choir Concert at the waterfront park. Preceded by HS Reunion at the beach. 


June 22, 6pm — Teen Night and concert at the beach. Local bands, food and fun for teens. Join us at the beach for Village’s Teen Night at the Beach. 


June 27, 7pm — Bossy Frog, a children’s band at the beach. Bring your children and a blanket to enjoy a free wonderful children’s concert. 


June 28, 7:30 — The Magic Touch; Concert at the Beach. 


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