Neighborhood Know-It-All: Free Father/Child Golf, Young Lungs at Play, Business Exchange Breakfast

Find out what's going on this week in White Plains

Let’s face it—everyone likes being a know-it-all. Arm yourself with knowledge and find out what’s happening this week in White Plains.

In today's Neighborhood Know-It-All:

1.) White Plains Residents Justin & Michelle Weissberg Revisit DoubleTree  

The DoubleTree by Hilton-Tarrytown invited couples that held their wedding receptions at the hotel since it opened in 1961 to attend a special event at the hotel, as part of a yearlong celebration of its fiftieth anniversary.

White Plains couple Justin and Michelle Weissberg were among the two dozen people who came back to the DoubleTree on Sept. 16 to reminisce about their wedding day. They were married at the DoubtleTree Oct. 10, 2010.

2.) Father and Child Golf Day

The White Plains Youth Bureau’s Fatherhood Initiative is hosting a free golf clinic Saturday, Sept. 24 (rain date Oct. 1) from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at . RSVP is required, contact Edwin Scott at 914-422-1378 ext. 2103 or  escott@whiteplainsny.gov for more information.


White Plains will host the “Young Lungs at Play,” event on Saturday, Sept. 24 at Chatterton Park, Chatterton Avenue and Harding Avenue, to educate people about its smoke-free initiative. For more information call 914.422.1336.

4.) Business Network Exchange Breakfast

Learn about small business technology with Tom Leonard, CEO/President of Lanline Communications on Wednesday, Sept. 28 at Webster Bank, 1 N. Broadway at 8 a.m. Click here to register for the White Plains Business Improvement District’s event.

5.) Dafina: Hidden Treasure

West African art will be on display for free at the Arts Exchange until Saturday, Sept. 24 between 12 p.m. and 7 p.m. as apart of the Dafina: Hidden Treasure exhibit. Click here for more information.

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