Cornell Coffee Chat – at Jean-Jacques Cafe in Pleasantville
November 4 @ 11:00 am
Cornell Coffee Chat for Westchester Alumni on Saturday, November 4th between 11am and 1pm at Jean-Jacques Cafe & Patisserie at 468 Bedford Avenue, Pleasantville. Come and meet fellow alumni and explore Pleasantville’s Farmers Market, County Trailways for biking, and/or Rockefeller Preserve State Park’s hiking trails.
DATE: Saturday, November 4, 2023
TIME: 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. ET
LOCATION: Jean-Jacques Café & Patisserie — 468 Bedford Road (at Marble Avenue), Pleasantville
Individuals can come at any time within the two-hour time span and order and pick up coffee/tea, pastries and/or sandwiches at the counter.
Before and after coming for coffee and company, you can also check out three nearby attractions:
1) Pleasantville Farmers Market – open 8:30am to 1pm in the parking lot for Metro North across the intersection of Bedford Road and Marble Avenue. For more information, click https://www.pleasantvillefarmersmarket.org/, which includes links to lists of vendors and nearby parking (e.g., Grove Street for free parking)
2) North County and South County Trailways – biking trails accessible from a parking lot at the Taconic Pkwy about one mile west of Jean Jacques. https://parks.westchestergov.com/trailways
3) Rockefeller Preserve State Park – great broad hiking trails with flat and hilly routes. Open until dusk, $6 parking fee, about 2 miles west. https://parks.ny.gov/parks/59/details.aspx
If you know of coffee/tea cafes in other parts of Westchester that you think would offer tasty food and beverages, adequate space for a group, and nearby parking, please contact Laura Fratt.
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