Lynn Schmeidler

Où Aller: Mount-Tremblant

(Oct. 21, 2003) - Looking for a foreign destination where the natives are friendly, the food is good, the scenery is inspiring and there’s lots for the whole family to do? Located in the Laurentian Mountains just north of Montreal, Mont-Tremblant is a four-season destination for families who love nature, as well as shopping and fine dining.


Nature Sanctuary and Children’s Nature Gem

(Sep. 21, 2003) - Now that summer is fast becoming past and the rush of the new school year has taken over, how easy it is to forget that the outside world awaits. Before packing memories of outdoor fun as you would another school lunch, plan a trip to the Audubon Center in Greenwich where it is now peak hawk-watching season.


They Came, They Spoke, They Concurred20 Years of Speeches in Scarsdale

(Jun. 21, 2003) - When Clyde Tressler, head of the English department at Scarsdale Middle School, addressed the volunteer judges at the school’s first speech contest 20 years ago, there were far fewer faces looking back at him than there were this past evening of April 8.


From Gentlemen’s Farm to Family Destination

(Oct. 21, 2002) - October means pumpkins and colored leaves and tractor parties — particularly at Muscoot Farm, located on Route 100 South in Somers. Part of the Westchester County Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation system, Muscoot Farm is a 777-acre educational farm open to the public. If you are looking for a spot to enjoy the fall foliage and enjoy stepping into a simpler time, plan a trip to Muscoot this fall.


Dancing Till She Drops

(Sep. 21, 2002) - Monique Ross Banks has been a fashion editor, a writer, an import director and a stay-at-home mom. For the past three years, she has been an entrepreneur — the owner and director of Monique’s, The Place to Jump, Jam & Party, located in Mt. Kisco. Monique’s offers fitness and dance classes for children ages 3-16 and their moms, and hosts birthday parties on weekends.


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