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Stephanie Filardi Authors 'Reclaiming Joy: Your 4-Step Guide to Happy, Healthy & Free' PDF Print Email


By Helen Baia, Bronxville Wellness Sanctuary

Nov. 16, 2016:  Stephanie Filardi, co-owner of Bronxville Wellness Sanctuary, recently authored the book Reclaiming Joy:  Your 4-Step Guide to Happy, Health & Free.

"​Many of us spend our life so busy doing things," Filardi writes, "that we neglect to notice how we are being. We end up losing sight of why we are here, what's important to our well-being, and ultimately what brings us joy. We are meant to thrive!"

The practical 4-step guide Filardi has written will help you:

1. Identify what supports your well-being and brings you joy.

2. Discover how health, relationships, career, and life purpose energize you.

3. Move beyond fear and stress to create a future you love.

4. Shift your perspective to attract what you desire.

5. Stop driving yourself so hard and start thriving –enjoy life.

Reclaiming Joy is available on  It can also be obtained by emailing  CLOAKING .

For more information, go to

Pictured here:  Author Stephanie Filardi.

Photo courtesy Helen Baia, Bronxville Wellness Sanctuary

Concordia Conservatory to Present 'Musical Adventures' at the Bronxville Library Thursday, November 17 PDF Print Email


By Kathleen Suss, Executive Director, Concordia Conservatory

Nov. 16, 2016:  The first of three music and literature programs titled Musical Adventures at the Library with Concordia Conservatory will take place on November 17 and 18 at three local libraries. The event, "Thankfulness," is sponsored by The Community Fund of Bronxville, Eastchester and Tuckahoe and is geared towards children.

The program features books and music celebrating the public servants in our community. All performances in the series, now in its fifth year, are free and open to the public. The two musical readings, "Molly's Pilgrim by Barbara Cohen" and "One is a Feast for a Mouse" by Judy Cox, are for children from pre-school to early elementary and their families. The program will be presented by Conservatory faculty guitarist Lee Metcalf and storyteller Audry Ginsburg.

Eastchester Library:  Thursday, November 17, 1:30 pm

Bronxville Library:  Thursday, November 17, 4:00 pm

Tuckahoe Library:  Friday, November 18, 11:00 am

About the Program

The Community Fund sponsors the 2016-17 presentations of Musical Adventures at the Library with Concordia Conservatory in partnership with the Concordia Conservatory and the public libraries of Bronxville, Eastchester, and Tuckahoe along with the librarians in the Bronxville, Eastchester and Tuckahoe School Districts. This grant program is designed to offer free programming to our surrounding communities through music and literature presentations and to enhance the language arts and music curricula in Bronxville, Eastchester, and Tuckahoe. This grant from The Community Fund reaches children age 3-13 and their families. 

The programs are free and open to the public. For information, call the Concordia Conservatory office at 914-395-4507 or contact the Eastchester, Bronxville, and Tuckahoe Public Libraries.

Pictured here:  Performers in "Musical Adventures" 
in a previous year. 

Photo courtesy Kathleen Suss, Executive Director, Concordia Conservatory


OSilas Gallery to Present Exhibition 'Partners: Reform & Revolution'; Opening Reception November 17 PDF Print Email


By Elizabeth Vranka, Executive Director, OSilas Gallery, Concordia College

Nov. 16, 2016:  An exhibition titled Partners: Reform & Revolution will open at the OSilas Gallery on the campus of Concordia College on Thursday, November 17, and will run through December 10. There will be an opening reception on November 17 at 7:00 pm.

Partners is an exhibition of art created through a collaboration of students with special needs from Eastchester and Tuckahoe high schools, their peers, their art teachers, and students from Concordia's Education Department. The project emphasizes the importance of creating art together.

This exhibition is sponsored by The Heart of Neiman Marcus Foundation, which supports organizations that provide enriching arts experiences to youth.

Pictured here:  OSilas Gallery at Concordia College.

Photo courtesy OSilas Gallery

Bronxville Artist Dara Kane to Exhibit at Rye Arts Center from November 2 to December 3 PDF Print Email


By Dara Kane, Bronxville Artist

Nov. 9, 2016:  I have been living in Bronxville for almost ten years. It is a wonderful community, but for me, it also serves as great inspiration for my artwork. 

As I walk through Bronxville Village, I still marvel at the natural beauty all around me. I never tire of my surroundings and it nurtures my creativity. 

I have been collaging for over twenty years and have been regularly exhibiting my artwork in Southern Westchester. 

Currently, three of my collages are on exhibit in the Small Works Exhibition at the Rye Arts Center in Rye from November 2 to December 3. An opening reception will be held there on Saturday, November 19, from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm at 51 Milton Road in Rye. 

Collage to me is about making all the parts and pieces fit together. When everything is working, it is a very exciting feeling. 

I find inspiration everywhere, especially in nature, organic forms, and very graphic elements. I use recycled papers. I never shop for materials and prefer to find things to use. So, in a way, I am giving materials that might be discarded a new purpose. 

To see my gallery of collages, visit my website at

Pictured here:  Artist Dara Kane.

Photo courtesy the artist

Concordia’s Sluberski Film Series to Feature 'Ghosts of Amistad' and Q&A with Best-Selling Author Kenneth C. Davis PDF Print Email

By Joyce Kennedy, Director of Community Relations, Concordia College

Nov. 2, 2016:  Concordia College will host a screening of the film Ghosts of Amistad: In the Footsteps of the Rebels on Saturday, November 5 at 7:00 pm in Sommer Center.

The film is the winner of the 2015 John E. O’Conner Award for Best Documentary Film by the American Historical Association.  Sponsored by the Friends of Concordia, this event is free and open to the public.

The film Ghosts of Amistad is based on Marcus Rediker’s The Amistad Rebellion. It chronicles a trip to Sierra Leone in 2013 to visit the home villages of the people who seized the slave schooner Amistad in 1839, to interview elders about local memory of the case, and to search for the long-lost ruins of Lomboko, the slave trading factory where their cruel transatlantic voyage began. 

Award-winning director Tony Buba uses the knowledge of villagers, fishermen, and truck drivers to recover a lost history from below in the struggle against slavery.

Kenneth C. Davis, a Concordia College alumnus and best-selling author, will introduce the documentary and host an interactive Q&A discussion with Mr. Buba. 

Mr. Davis’s book Don’t Know Much About® History: Everything You Need to Know About American History but Never Learned, spent 35 consecutive weeks on the New York Times paperback bestseller list, giving rise to his popular Don’t Know Much About® series. 

Mr. Davis’s recently released book, In the Shadow of Liberty, The Hidden History of Slavery, Four Presidents, and Five Black Lives, shares the stories of five enslaved people who were “owned” by four of our greatest presidents, detailing the role slavery played in the founding of America.

Marcus Rediker, said of In the Shadow of Liberty, “By exploring the humanity of people held in bondage by early American presidents, Kenneth C. Davis once again turns American mythology into history. Read the book and be grateful.”

The screening and interactive panel will be featured in the Sommer Center for Worship and the Performing Arts on the Concordia campus in Bronxville.  A reception and book signing featuring Mr.  Davis’s In the Shadow of Liberty will follow. 

Pictured here:  Sommer Center for Worship and the Performing Arts on the campus of Concordia College.

Photo by A. Warner

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