The following letter to the community is reprinted at the writers’ request.

On Saturday, Sept. 14 from noon to 6 p.m., the Scarsdale Business Alliance is proud to invite the entire Scarsdale community to attend Scarsdale’s first all-day music festival. The event is free with a suggested donation of $5 (to support our local charity partners) with access to all-day music, food and family fun. There will be a Grand Tasting Tent hosted by Zachys for $25 for those age 21 and over with ID. Tickets and more information is available at scarsdalemusicfestival.com.

We extend our gratitude to all of our participating sponsors, in particular, our presenting sponsor, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, and our platinum sponsors Zachys, Pepe Infiniti and Houlihan Lawrence. Thank you to the Scarsdale Village Board of Trustees and village staff for making this event possible, the Scarsdale Conservation Advisory Council for making this a waste-free event, and to the Scarsdale Arts Advisory Council for facilitating the live stage lineup of local Scarsdale bands: Someday Radio, Louise In Trouble, The Del Bocas, Where Is Phi, The Modtones, The Big Red Words and Scarsdale High School student band Anytime.

The Scarsdale Business Alliance began only a year and a half ago, and we would like to share our pride and gratitude to the community for the wealth of support and encouragement we have received. The purpose of the SBA is to foster the shared success of a flourishing village center and local merchants. We believe the music festival on Saturday is the perfect way to celebrate our shared vision for the enduring success of our community.

We look forward to seeing you on Saturday!

ML PERLMAN

MARCY BERMAN-GOLDSTEIN

Co-coordinators

Scarsdale Music Festival

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