Wayside Cottage Holiday Open House Draws White Plains Residents

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The Junior League of Central Westchester drew about 75 guests at a special December open house of Scarsdale's Wayside Cottage.
The Junior League of Central Westchester drew about 75 guests at a special December open house of Scarsdale's Wayside Cottage. Photo Credit: Contributed

SCARSDALE, N.Y. -- The Junior League of Central Westchester (JLCW) drew about 75 guests at a special December open house of Scarsdale's Wayside Cottage. 

New members of the JLCW dressed as Colonial-era  guides for the open house at Wayside Cottage, at 1039 Post Road in Scarsdale. The cottage was decorated for the holiday season, including authentic Colonial-era decorations. Volunteers served homemade desserts and hot apple cider while children were able to dress up in colonial costumes. Wayside Cottage, which is listed on the National Registry of Historic Sites, has grown from a one-room farmhouse built in the late 1600s, to an inn, tavern and post office.

Headquartered at historic Wayside Cottage, the JLCW has served the communities of Eastchester, Greenburgh, Scarsdale and White Plains for more than 65 years, representatives said. The JLCW invites women of all races, religions and national origins who are committed to volunteerism to become a member.

For more information about the JLCW, call 914-723-6130 or email jlcw@verizon.net.

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