Summer Pet Safety Tips

Summer Pet Safety Tips

Summer heat can be hard to bear, especially for our furry friends. While us humans can just go inside, sit in front of the AC and down a cold drink, our pets rely on us for their comfort and safety. In these dog days of summer, it’s especially important to pay close attention to your pet’s behavior and be wary ...
3 Ways to Save Money on Home Heating & Cooling

3 Ways to Save Money on Home Heating & Cooling

Spring is finicky – one day it’s warm, the next day it’s cool. Sometimes the air conditioning is on, and other days you need the heat. But regardless if you’re heating or cooling, it definitely costs more these days. And, unfortunately, experts say oil prices may continue to rise for months or even the remainder of the year.  There are, ...
A Haven in Cross River

A Haven in Cross River

Elizabeth Kemler wanted a shop that would feel like home. She envisioned a space with relaxing music and bohemian decor that enveloped visitors as they entered, and to quickly shake away the chilly distance that normally lingers between purveyor and customer. For her, a shop should be less about buying and more about relaxing. This was the vision she brought ...
Spring Decor: 3 Easy Ways to Spruce Up Your Home For Spring

Spring Decor: 3 Easy Ways to Spruce Up Your Home For Spring

Spring is finally here! Goodbye cold, dark afternoons and bare trees – hello little critters digging holes in our yards, chirping birds and baby animals, first blooms and stunning spring tulips. But what about inside? One of the easiest ways to update your home for spring is to change a few things on your dining (and possibly work) table. We ...
5 Tulips For Spring

5 Tulips For Spring

Nichole Wilder knows her flowers. From rose bouquets to peonies; shasta daisies to hydrangeas, her neighborhood flower shop, Wild Fig, lives and breathes the floral arts. Nichole is one of our local authorities on budding beauties, and spring is her specialty.  So as the earth begins to thaw, the birds chirp a little bit louder and the smell of new ...
Edible Garden Tips

Edible Garden Tips

In each issue of Katonah Connect, Katonah resident Leslie Dock – a regenerative farmer, gardener, landscaper and permaculture designer – will share her gardening wisdom with readers. Whether you’ve never had dirt under their fingernails or excitedly check your mailbox each winter for your seed catalogue, Leslie’s got you covered. Happy Spring! We made it through the winter – the ...
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