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Published by Halston Media, 2020-06-24 18:06:18

Summer Guide 2020

Hudson Valley

Summer guide
June 25, 2020

A Special
Supplement
to Halston
Media

What’s in 2
your backyard? TRACKS

photos:
Tabitha Pearson Marshall


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Upgrade your backyard
for summer fun

Fire pits, fairy
gardens and
chicken coops
can transform

a space

BY JESSICA JAFET

Summertime is upon us and this year, lots more time is from rotted wood to garden boxes, to building a new building them for customers; the cost is a couple of
being spent at home. In order to make the most of it, pergola—there are lots of requests,” he said. hundred bucks.”

many area homeowners are taking on various-sized Adding a treehouse (a naturally socially distant space), Adding a creative twist to her outdoor improvement

projects to create backyard refuges for their families. can provide a magical place for kids of all ages to imagine, plans during these unexpected months of being

Whether it is an expanded vegetable garden, a deck escape and dream. is classic backyard addition, either homebound, Katonah’s Diana DeCubellis came up with

renovation, a fun treehouse, a new re pit, or an outdoor built by an expert or even DIY, is something that an inviting way to welcome neighbors to her yard by

movie theater, improvements are underway to create has been considered recently by families with young designing a special owery spot in front of a curbside

more joy in one’s surroundings. children, according to Joe Crepau of Joe’s Handyman dogwood tree, that she calls a fairy garden.

Brian Goc, President of Sunrise Carpentry in Service in Katonah. He has been consulting with several “I noticed many more families with young children

Yorktown, said he has been doing projects for customers clients about the possibility of building a get-away in taking walks past my home these days,” DeCubellis said.

who are nally getting around to addressing previously the trees in time for summer. But surprisingly, he said, “So I added a miniature fairy garden featuring stone

overlooked issues in their homes. the more popular request he has gotten of late, has been walls, a bench to gaze at a lily pond pool with frogs and

“I’ve been busy with lots of people who have been to build coops around town. a tiny doorway with steps leading to the inside of a tree.”

working from home and they look around and see “What I have been doing like crazy is chicken coops,” Beyond elaborate gardens, it appears that pools have

di erent things they can do to x up their homes, he said. “ ough they sell kits, I have been [custom] also become a must-have, with so many camps cancelled


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Make the most of your S taycations have grown in popularity in challenge can be found when staying at home. camping in the backyard. Leave your devices
recent years. A 2018 poll from YouGov Do a little homework to nd the most challeng- indoors as you sit around the repit telling sto-
staycation Omnibus found that 53 percent of the ing course within driving distance of your home ries and making some delicious s’mores. en
with these activities
more than 100,000 participants had taken a and then book a tee time, treating yourself even set up the tents and sleep under the stars for a

staycation at some point, proving that forgoing further by indulging in a good meal in the club- memorable night in the “wild.”

traditional vacations for relaxing respites in the house once your 18 holes are up. Rainy day

comfort of home is a wildly popular trend. The wonders of nature If the weather is not cooperating during your
While they might not be as exotic as ventur-

ing o to parts unknown, staycations need not Professional and personal lives can make it staycation, create a backup plan to add a little

be limited to days spent lounging by the back- hard to enjoy the great outdoors, even when it’s life to rainy days. Plan a daylong lm festival in

yard pool or laying out on the living room couch. steps from your front door. During a stayca- which each member of the family gets to choose

e following are a handful of activities that can tion, commit to exploring local parks, hitting a movie everyone can watch together.Make sure

help people make the most of their staycations. the trails to hike or mountain bike or renting a you have plenty of popcorn on hand and order in

A day on the links boat or kayak and taking to the water. a few pizzas so everyone can focus on the lms.
Families planning staycations can make
e opportunity to test one’s mettle on a new ‘Go’ camping
these relaxing respites at home more enjoy-

course in an idyllic setting is one golf lovers sim- Parents of young children can make a able by incorporating a few unusual activities

ply cannot pass up while vacationing. A similar staycation more special by spending a night throughout the week.

and travel plans disrupted. Suburban Pools, a Mount and want to get their pools up to speed.” Sunrise a hot tub for the summer,” Goc said.
Kisco based company that maintains, renovates and If you don’t have a fancy pool at home, however, the
services in-ground pools for Northern Westchester Carpentry’s president also added that the pool boom
residents, is seeing a huge surge in customer requests. next best thing may not be as easy to acquire as one
“It has been so busy, I can hardly answer all the calls,” has increased the requests for decks by many of those thought, according to Joe’s Handyman Service.
said owner Jim Johnstone. “People are staying home
customers. “In atable pools are the new toilet paper, you can’t
“I’ve done many pool dBe:9c.k5”s because the lines are out nd them anywhere.” Crepau said.

the door at pool companiTe:9s.—5” everyone wants a pool or

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Refreshing twists
on a summer classic

Liven up your lemonade

The Farmer’s Grind, a new co ee shop and
market in South Salem, has made the most of summer avors with its unique
lemonade o erings as part of a robust menu o ering local pastries and specialty
co ee along with market items like organic breads, artisanal soup, sandwiches

and more. e shop is open everyday from
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday nights
from 6:30-9 p.m. for ice cream. Visit

e Farmer’s Grind at 475 Smith Ridge
Road, South Salem. You can reach them at
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Fresh Strawberry Fill cup with ice

Mint Lemonade 4 oz water

2 oz fresh squeezed
meyer lemon juice

2 oz fresh juiced
organic

strawberries

1.75 oz organic
simple syrup

2 crushed mint leaves


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Screenings under the stars Shake those
quarantine blues
“Drive-in” at Kensico Dam Plaza
Plenty of safe
The Entergy Screenings Under the Stars outdoor Both movies will be ticketed-admission events, summertime fun for you
movie series at Kensico Dam Plaza has been a with purchase available by online pre-sale only.
staple of Westchester’s summer fun and enter- in Phase 2 of recovery
tainment scene for the past 16 years.And,this year for Tickets go on sale at wcparks.ticketleap.com/
the rst time,Kensico will be transformed into a drive- drivein. Tickets are $20 per car and there will be a BY BOB DUMAS
in, presenting e Secret Life of Pets (PG, 2019) on 125-car limit due to capacity and distancing protocols.
Friday, July 17, and Wonder Park (PG, 2019) on Fri- A s New York enters Phase 2 of its pandemic recovery plan,
day, Aug. 14, allowing movie-goers to enjoy these two Moviegoers will be asked to maintain a six-foot the Putnam County Tourism Department wants families to
animated lms in a socially-distanced way. distance from others when exiting their vehicles, and know that there are plenty of things to do outside this sum-
to wear a mask at all times when outside their vehicles. mer to shed those quarantine blues.
“With COVID-19 still a reality, our Parks Depart- No gatherings will be permitted. Exiting your vehicle
ment is coming up with new ways for county residents to will be permitted when using the restrooms; while “ ere is a lot to do close to home,” said Tracey Walsh, director
experience parks and programs that they’ve come to en- sitting in your lawn chairs which must be placed up of Putnam County Tourism. “We have to focus on the good and
joy over the years. Watching a movie from your car will against the front or back of your vehicle; or while sit- we need to be positive. You can create a really nice day.”
be a novelty for some and nostalgic for others, but fun ting in the bed of your pickup truck.Restrooms will be
for everybody,”County Executive George Latimer said. serviced routinely and hand sanitizer will be available. Putnam County has a vast array of hiking trails nearby that o er
an eclectic mix of experiences.
e Secret Life of Pets 2 continues the story Entergy Screenings Under the Stars is presented
of Max and his pet friends, following their secret by Westchester County Parks and Sharc Creative Putnam County Veterans Memorial Park on Gipsy Trail in
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Walsh also notes there are some great family hiking trails In the hamlet of Carmel, there is an out-and-back trail Old Put. By 1913, it had become the Putnam Division

through the county that are not very crowded, making on the backside of Lake Gleneida. of the New York Central Railroad, providing passenger

them perfect social-distancing-friendly destinations. “From it,you get a beautiful view of Carmel,”Walsh said. service until 1958. In the wake of the line’s demise, four

“Everyone knows about the trails on the west side of the “ ere is a giant oak tree and kids love to stand in front of trails have opened along the 45-mile route. South to north

county, but they’re closed because you can’t social distance,” it and have their picture taken. It’s an enormous tree.” they are Old Putnam Trail, South County Trailway, North

she said. “But we have a trail in the village of Brewster Also, in the hamlet is the Fred Dill Wildlife Sanctuary. County Trailway and Putnam Trailway.

called Diverting Reservoir Trail,” she said. “It’s beautiful. “It has 12 stations along the trail and a map will tell you e trail follows Route 6 through residential and com-

It’s just past the train station. It’s 1.6 miles long and at what you are seeing,” Walsh said. “For example, there’s the mercial areas and arrives in Mahopac in about 2.2 miles at

and right along the water. e kids can look for frogs, you spot where the old racetrack was in Carmel. You can get the old railway depot that’s now an American Legion Hall.

can take the dog. And the train runs right by, which the to it right from the bike path, right behind Putnam Plaza. Other family activities you can consider during Phase

kids love.” ey have a bike rack there, so you can leave your bike 2 include:

Neighboring Kent o ers Hawk Rock trail. e hike there and then walk the trail.” • tennis—public courts at town parks allow single play

there takes place on New York City watershed property In Mahopac, Walsh notes that there is a hidden gem only; no doubles

and requires a DEP access permit that comes with a mir- called Volz Park. It’s a 15-acre passive park located at the • non-motorized boat use and rentals, such as rowboats,

ror-hanger permit. It’s free and just takes a couple of min- top of Crest Drive. It was donated by Joseph and Aurelia kayaks, canoes—check with the marinas in Mahopac for

utes to ll out and you can print o your home computer. Volz and was dedicated in their memory on Oct. 30, 2004. rules and prices;

e rock itself is a spectacular monolith about 30-feet e entrance to the park has beautiful stone pillars and • golf and driving ranges, except miniature (mini) golf,

high. It is what the geologists call an “erratic,” a rock from handcrafted iron gates. Pets are allowed. are back open with food and retail services subject to the

somewhere else that was transported here by a glacier dur- “ ere are amazing views of Lake Mahopac and it has restrictions that are currently in e ect within the region;

ing the last ice age. It doesn’t take a lot of imagination to walking/hiking trails, benches and information boards,” • racket games, such as badminton, pickleball, racquetball;

see why it’s called Hawk Rock. Walsh says legend has it Walsh said. “It’s a quick walk and a good place for some • toss/bowl games, such as horseshoes, bocce, beanbag

Native Americans conducted ceremonies at an altar be- quiet time.” toss, croquet;

neath the Hawk Rock. If walking isn’t your thing and you’d rather hop on a bi- • ying disc games, such as disc golf and Frisbee;

“It’s very cool,” she said. “And you can take a diversion cycle, consider the Putnam Trailway, a 12-mile trail that • shu eboard;

and see one of the underground rock chambers we are fa- runs through both Carmel and Mahopac. • aerial rope courses or zip-lining;

mous for. But Hawk Rock is a huge rock formation and e trail follows a corridor created in the 1880s by sev- • batting cages;

there are lots of legends, a lot of mystique.” eral railroad companies that eventually became the New • shooting ranges; and,

It’s also a great place to relax and enjoy a picnic lunch. York and Putnam Railroad in 1894—soon known as the • swim classes and swim instruction

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Building immunity year
round: An Ayurvedic

approach

BY DR. SOMESH N. KAUSHIK

The Ayurvedic approach to health and wellness, in any cold foods or drinks as they impair digestion. • Gargle with salt
season, is based on maintaining a balance of body, mind, Raw cold foods are di cult to digest and will water, try oil pulling, use a neti pot or nasya oil for your
and spirit according to one’s own body constitution (do- nostrils—to reduce bacteria and clear passages
sha). Ayurveda believes that we are all composed of the ve interfere with the digestive re causing the undi-
universal elements— re, water, earth, air, space—grouped gested food to become toxic. Stored toxins (ama) • Sip hot water, tea with warming spices, and clear
together to form our doshas: Pitta ( re/water),Kapha (earth/ prevent nutrients from reaching the cells and weak- broths— to hydrate, decongest, and cleanse
water), Vata (air/space). Keeping these natural elements en the body’s immune function. Avoid frozen, pro-
in balance is key. When in balance, our immune system is cessed, canned, or packaged foods as they are also • Boil water with a ginger-eucalyptus mix and steam
strong and can combat pathogens; when out of balance, our harder to digest and contain preservatives and other nostrils—to clear passages and congestion
immune system is weakened and illness can result. ingredients that create toxins.
• Steam clear vegetables: bok choy, celery, kale, aspara-
One of the most important keys to maintaining balance, To adopt a Vata and Kapha balancing diet choose gus, leeks—to hydrate and add nutrients
and keeping the immune system strong, is making sure foods that are warming, cooked, and easy to digest so that
our digestion is working e ciently so that the nutrients the digestive re (agni) will not be dampened. Warm- • Avoid sugar and mucous producing dairy—which
from the food we eat are properly absorbed. is is espe- ing foods to include are root vegetables, butternut squash, interfere with the immune response
cially true during the change of seasons when the weather sweet potatoes, parsnips, turnips, beets, carrots, onions,
patterns are shifting and our bodies need to adjust to that broccoli, cauli ower, cabbage, and brussels sprouts. • Sit in the sun, even if you are indoors—to increase
shift. Ayurveda identi es the shift from winter to spring Hearty soups and stews made with these foods, as well Vitamin D3
as Kapha, from summer to fall as Pitta, and from fall to as steamed or stewed green leafy vegetables, will help to
winter as Vata. e characteristics of Vata (cold/dry) and build the immune response. Adding warming spices— • Take a warm bath with baking soda and warming
Kapha (cold/wet) are especially ripe for the transmission such as garlic, ginger, turmeric, black pepper, cumin, and essential oils (ginger, cardamom, cinnamon, pine, cedar,
of viruses that cause colds and u. But summer conditions cayenne—will stimulate the immune system further and clove, juniper) – to stimulate circulation
too, Pitta (heat/dry), could lead to weak digestion and so help to burn o toxins as well. Baked or stewed fruits—
vigilance is warranted. We can help our bodies adapt to such as apples, pears, plums—with some cinnamon will • Meditate – silence calms the nervous system and in-
these shifts by choosing foods appropriate to the season. add a boost of antioxidants. Whole cooked grains (qui- creases immunity
Remember the rule of thumb of “like attracts like” and noa, amaranth, millet, barley), legumes (beans, peas, len-
choose opposite foods to balance the seasonal doshas (for tils), and ghee (easy to digest fat), will boost immunity. • Get plenty of bed rest—sleep is restorative
summer,choose cooling foods; for winter,warming foods). • Cultivate a practice of gratitude—negative emotions
It is also advisable to eat your main meal during the reduce immunity
For a Pita pacifying spring/summer diet choose foods middle of the day when digestion is strongest and nish
that reduce heat and are water-rich. Include fruits such as eating at least two hours before bedtime to allow your e Ayurvedic therapy of Panchakarma is especially
apples, pears, plums, berries, pomegranates, papayas, pine- evening meal to be completely digested. Eat slowly and bene cial as a seasonal detox to help the body adjust to
apples, peaches, mangoes, and melons—especially water- chew thoroughly to aid digestion and increase absorp- these seasonal shifts. A quali ed Ayurvedic practitioner
melon. Vegetables might include artichokes, asparagus, tion. roughout the day, sip warm water and warming can suggest an individual plan for each dosha pro le so
zucchini, tomatoes, celery, cucumbers, baby bok choy, baby teas, such as ginger and turmeric, to keep the digestive that the immune system can be kept at an optimal level.
beets, and green leafy vegetables, along with bitter greens
like escarole, dandelion leaves, or broccoli rabe. Staying well re strong. Dr. Kaushik’s Ayurvedic and Naturopathic Clinic, 792
hydrated with water or herbal teas will combat dryness. Immunity is also a ected by lifestyle. Reducing stress Route 35, Cross River, NY 10518; Clinic: 914-875-9088
Adding a half spoon of ghee to food will ensure internal goes a long way to enhancing immune function. Some (Monday-Friday); (telemedicine available: 646-670-
moisture as well. Coconut water with essential minerals stress reducing guidelines are: adopting a regular rou- 6725); [email protected]; www.drkaushik.com.
like zinc, magnesium, calcium, potassium, and sodium is tine for meals and other activities, making sure you get
an essential electrolyte that will keep your system balanced. enough sleep (retiring before 10 p.m. is best before the
Adding coconut to vegetables or curries will also rejuvenate. Pitta ( re) time of day gives you a second wind), exer-
Ginger, with its anti-in ammatory properties, will help cising to increase circulation, and incorporating a regular
ease overheating and ginger tea will soothe stomach dis- meditation practice.
comfort. Avoid hot and spicy or deep-fried foods and raw If you do feel a cold coming on, or succumb to the u,
try these 10 tips to ease the symptoms and re-build your
immunity:


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Create a sustainable summer with these tips

Sustainable Westchester shows saving energy is easy

BY MARIA GENOVESI

This might not be the ideal summer for • Electric landscaping equipment re- Make your next gathering zero waste! to minimize leftovers. Remember that food
venturing far, but you can make your duces noise by 40 percent—better quality Get started with these 5 easy steps (and scraps can go into that compost bin!
own backyard a sustainable getaway. of life for the neighborhood. don’t forget to practice social distancing):
Consider sustainable lawn care by mak- • Educate your guests about what goes
ing your own weed killer by using 1/2-gallon • Cost-e ective option—electric land- • Eliminate all single use containers and into what bin at clean-up time.
white vinegar, 1/2 cup table salt, and 1 table- scaping equipment saves on recurring packets – the perfect time to take out your
spoon dish soap.All natural,no harmful e ect maintenance and fuel costs. prettiest pitchers for water or bowls for In these unprecedented times, we have all
on children and pets, cost e ective, because condiments been encouraged to practice self-care and
these items are easily available in your pantry. A comprehensive overview of the avail- now,with the programs and tips provided by
able electric landscaping technology and • A festive table can be set with reus-
How about “grasscycling.” It’s simple! bene ts can be found by visiting agza.net. able plasticware, ceramic and glassware. Sustainable Westchester, we can all prac-
No need to bag the grass; instead let the tice “Earth Care,” too. e best
mower drop the cut grass back on the Composting and zero waste: • If single use items are unavoid- results come from individual ac-
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