Heard in Rye Sports Talk Tonight
This event is open to the public - you do not have to be from Rye to attend.
Here are the details from the Rye City School District:
Thursday, September 26th Dr. Richard Ginsberg, assistant clinical professor of the Harvard Medical School, will be leading a variety of discussions regarding our children and how they can navigate today's sports culture as they strive for excellence and we would like to invite all coaches and parents to attend.
Dr. Ginsberg is the author of "Whose Game is it, Anyway? A Guide to Helping Your Child get the Most From Sports." He is co-director of the MGH PACES Institute of Sport Psychology, and Director of Psychological Services for the MGH Youth Sports concussion Clinic. Not to mention, he is also an accomplished high school and college athlete.
On Thursday during the day, he will be addressing:
Grammar school students on "conflict resolution on the playground"
RMS students on using adversity to improve one's character and performance, dealing with cuts and finding one's niche.
On Thursday evening, his schedule is as follows, please feel free to attend either or both as you see fit.
Coaches Event: 5:00 p.m. in the Rye High School Performing Arts Center he will be hosting a Coaches Forum where Rob Castagna has invited local area athletic directors and we would like to invite all of the Rye Rec and Youth Sport volunteer coaches to attend as well.
Parent Event: 7:30pm at Rye Country Day School Performing Arts Center, "Understanding the Sport Culture and Keeping a Balance as Our Kids Strive for Excellence"
Rye Brook Village Hall
The Rye Brook Village board will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. A public hearing on a proposed amended site plan application by Rye King Associates, LLC for property located at 900 King Street is on the agenda.
Today’s New Haven MTA Plan
A power outage may affect service on Metro North’s New Haven line for weeks to come. Here is the plan for today’s service.
There is no direct service from Rye to Grand Central Station.
Our tip, find another way – this plan can only accommodate up to 33 percent of the regular ridership.
Wainwright Healthy Living Expo
If you are planning your weekend already, look out for our Weekender planner later today. For now, here is an event to consider.
From Wainwright House:
Join us for an afternoon showcasing
Health & Well-being experts and practitioners.
There will be interactive presentations by Fall Program Instructors,
Children's Activities, and vendor's tents
to make this day fun as well as informative.
The event is from 12 to 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 29 at the Wainwright House. Read more here.