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Bobbe Stultz

Community Advisor

Bobbe Stultz has lived in Lewisboro for 30 years. She has served on the Lewisboro Conservation Advisory Council and is a founder of the Lewisboro Land Trust. She is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts (NYC) and her career has been in graphic design and marketing; She is also certified from Kripalu Institute (MA) as a yoga instructor.

Bobbe Stultz's Contributions

  1. Lewisboro Land Trust Presents Program On Foraging In Your Own Backyard

    Lewisboro Land Trust Presents Program On Foraging In Your Own Backyard

    LEWISBORO, N.Y. -- For residents who like to pull over when they see a field of greens and pull some to eat, the upcoming annual Leon Levy Environmental Lecture sponsored by the Lewisboro Land Trust on April 10, featuring author Ellen Zachos, will not only help keep them safe, if just might offer some new ideas of things to pick and eat.Zachos, the author of "Foraging in Your Own ...

  2. Signs Of Spring Can Be Seen In Lewisboro Despite The Snow

    Signs Of Spring Can Be Seen In Lewisboro Despite The Snow

    LEWISBORO, N.Y. -- Daily Voice Community Advisor Bobbe Stultz snapped these photos in Lewsboro Monday morning following the snowfall on the first day of spring. Interested in being a community advisor? E-mail Sam Barron at sbarron@dailyvoice.com.

  3. Lewisboro Easter Egg Hunt Tops Upcoming Recreation Events

    Lewisboro Easter Egg Hunt Tops Upcoming Recreation Events

    LEWISBORO, N.Y. -- An Egg Hunt Thursday, March 24 at 11 a.m. at Onatru Farm Park, 99 Elmwood Road, South Salem is open to resident.The hunt will be followed by entertainment by Annie and Safari Bob.The hunt tops the list of upcoming Lewisboro Parks and Recreation programs.The following is coming up in April:Cemeteries and the Stories Gravestones Tell: Maureen Koehl, Town Historian will ...

  4. WestFair Needs Westchester Volunteer Drivers

    WestFair Needs Westchester Volunteer Drivers

    LEWISBORO, N.Y. -- Volunteer drivers are needed in Westchester County to bring people to their medical appointments.WestFair Rides is the organization that provides the service to older adults and those with visual impairments.Among clients, there's a man who recently had a stroke and can't drive, needing to get to physical therapy appointments and a woman with visual requires frequent ...

  5. Pound Ridge Presents Lecture For Kids On Maple Sugaring

    Pound Ridge Presents Lecture For Kids On Maple Sugaring

    POUND RIDGE, N.Y. — A special hands-on kids program is being offered Saturday, Feb. 27 at the Pound Ridge Reservation. Northeast North America's history comes alive with a demonstration "American Indian Maple Sugaring.” Meet at Nature Museum in Ward Pound Ridge Reservation at 1 p.m. The program is open to kids of all ages. The only cost is a small entrance fee to the reservation. ...

  6. Ward Pound Ridge Reservation Teaches American Indian Sugaring

    Ward Pound Ridge Reservation Teaches American Indian Sugaring

    POUND RIDGE, N.Y. -- Ward Pound Ridge Reservation is teaching American Indian sugaring to children on Saturday, Feb. 27 at 1 p.m.Northeast North America's history comes alive with this hands-on demonstration of the origins of this product and process. For those interested in participating, meet at Trailside Nature Museum in Ward Pound Ridge Reservation. Kids of all ages are welcome with ...

  7. Friends, Family Invited To Lewisboro Land Trust Hike

    Friends, Family Invited To Lewisboro Land Trust Hike

    LEWISBORO, N.Y. -- Lewisboro Land Trust will hold a friends and family hike Saturday, Feb. 6, at Ward Pound Ridge Reservation.Come join the Nature Walk and learn about winter survival and tree identification: learn how fauna and flora survive the harsh winter of the Northeast and identify trees in their winter garb.Naturalist Jim Nordgren will lead the hike, which begins at 10 a.m.Meet ...

  8. Scenes From Storm That Blankets Lewisboro

    Scenes From Storm That Blankets Lewisboro

    Daily Voice readers sent in more photos of Saturday's snowstorm that hammered the Hudson Valley.While no records were broken here, New York City saw its second-highest snowfall total with 26.8 inches before the storm headed east overnight.In the Lower Hudson Valley, snowfall amounts included 20 inches in Yonkers, a foot in Lake Carmel, 11.5 inches in Yorktown Heights, 13.5 inches in ...

  9. Scenes From Saturday's Snowstorm

    Scenes From Saturday's Snowstorm

    The Hudson Valley got hammered Saturday, as people woke up to find themselves buried under a winter storm that lived up to expectations.Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared a State of Emergency that includes New York City, Long Island, Westchester, Putnam, Rockland and Orange counties.All of Westchester, Putnam and Rockland are under a Winter Storm Warning.The warning, originally scheduled to ...

  10. Explore The Black Mansion In South Salem

    Explore The Black Mansion In South Salem

    SOUTH SALEM, N.Y. -- Join town historian Maureen Koehl on Sunday, Jan. 24, at the Lewisboro Library for a discussion of the mysterious Black Mansion, located at the Leon Levy Preserve. This interactive discussion will cover memories of the mansion as well as the blaze that destroyed it in 1979. Koehl will make a brief presentation and share pictures of the mansion; then all are welcome ...

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