Assemblywoman Sandy Galef and Putnam Officials Highlight the Putnam County Bicentennial Events on “Dear Sandy”
Assemblywoman Sandy Galef (far left) is joined by Putnam County Director of Tourism Libby Pataki (right) and Putnam County Legislator Vincent Tamagna (far right) on the set of “Dear Sandy”.
The latest installment of Assemblywoman Sandy Galef’s monthly television program “Dear Sandy” starts airing on June 8, 2012, examining cultural aspects of the Hudson Valley. Putnam County Director of Tourism Libby Pataki and Putnam County Legislator Vincent Tamagna join Assemblywoman Galef to discuss the importance of tourism in Putnam County.
During the half-hour long segment, Pataki and Tamagna talk about the Putnam County Bicentennial celebration. The history, current status, and future of Putnam County are shared, with some interesting lesser-known historical facts brought to light. They discuss some key attractions, including the Kent Renaissance Fair, which Putnam County has to offer tourists. They also talk about how the economy and tourism in Putnam County are intertwined and have a positive impact on the people of Putnam.
“I want to thank both Libby and Vinny for joining me on my television program,” says Galef. “They share with the audience many reasons why Putnam County is the unique, wonderful place that we know it to be.”
“Putnam County Tourism” airs as follows:
Fridays, June 8, 15, 22 & 29
at 9:00 P.M.
Ossining and Peekskill Channel 15
(Briarcliff, Ossining, Scarborough, Buchanan, Cortlandt, Croton, Garrison, Montrose, Peekskill, Philipstown South, Verplanck)
Wappingers Falls Channel 21
(Cold Spring, Philipstown North)
Yorktown Channel 74
(Lake Peekskill, Putnam Valley)
Fridays, June 8, 15 & 22
at 9:00 pm
Carmel, Kent, Mahopac & Putnam Valley Channel 8
Verizon FiOS Customers
Please check your local listings for specific air times.