day, Patch provides the nuts and bolts of local happenings with our five-bullet
1.) Events: Boppin’ With Bonnie At CSI involves music, movement and puppets for newborns to two years old at 10 a.m. The 10-week program at Congregation Sons of Israel at 300 North Broadway in Nyack costs $165 and $200 for non members.
2.) Events: Public Hearing on Rockland’s Water Supply begins at 6 p.m. with an information session followed by public comments at 7 p.m. The public hearing takes place at Haverstraw Elementary School at 16 Grant Street in Haverstraw.3) Not ready to say goodbye to summer weather just yet? Today should suit you just fine with high temperatures in the '80s.
4) What does a (partial) federal government shutdown mean for residents of the Lower Hudson Valley? Find out on Patch.
5) And the other giant national event of yesterday coinciding with government shutdown was the launch of Obamacare's healthcare exchange options. Are you confused as you trying to navigate the system? More info here.