As part of their Movies in the Park series, The Town of Orangetown's Parks and Recreation Department will be presenting Coco on Friday, June 11th at Veterans Memorial Park. Pre-registration is required; please click here to do so. … [Read more...] about Orangetown Parks & Rec present Coco on June 11th
Piermont is a village incorporated in 1847 in Rockland County, New York, United States. Piermont is in the town of Orangetown, located north of the hamlet of Palisades, east of Sparkill, and south of Grand View-on-Hudson, on the west bank of the Hudson River. The population was 2,510 at the 2010 census. Woody Allen set The Purple Rose of Cairo, a fictional film within The Purple Rose of Cairo (1984) in Piermont.
The village's name, in earlier years known as Tappan Landing, was given by Dr. Eleazar Lord, author, educator, deacon of the First Protestant Dutch Church and first president of the Erie Railroad. It was derived by combining a local natural feature – Tallman Mountain – and the most prominent man-made feature of the village – the long Erie Railroad pier.
On Sunday, June 6th, Veterans' Memorial Highway and Orangeburg Road will transform into Orange "Bike" Road for three hours of family bike riding. Click here to pre-register. Helmets required. … [Read more...] about Orange “Bike” Road Family Day to be held June 6th
As part of their Movies in the Park series, The Town of Orangetown's Parks and Recreation Department will be presenting The Lion King on Friday, June 4th at Veterans Memorial Park. Pre-registration is required; please click here to do so. … [Read more...] about Orangetown Parks & Rec present the Lion King on June 4th
Over the course of the last few weeks, you have seen the Orangetown Highway Department installing more than 175 Military Tribute Banners throughout unincorporated Orangetown. This program started in 2019, under then Supervisor Christopher Day and has grown exponentially every year. What a wonderful tribute to those who served and a huge thank you to all who sponsored their … [Read more...] about Orangetown Military Tribute Banners honor more than 175 military men and women