Series: Pleasantville Public Access

Pleasantville’s channel 76 on Optimum: Catch all of Pleasantville’s public program here.

Produced by: Bert Ruiz
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"Olivia Likes ALMOST Everything" is an invitation into the mind ofOlivia Nemec, who really does like almost everything. She enjoyspeople, learning new stuff, riding horses, playing with friends,making movies, staying up late, acting in plays, going to hardwarestores, cooking, using label makers, drumming, and being with hercousins. She is rarely not smiling. One of her favorite shows is PEEWEE's PLAYHOUSE. This summer she decided to make her own show thathad some of the same stuff in it. If you are wondering, Olivia doesnot like going to sleep or the word NO.
Produced by: Mike Winn
Pace Rewind is a weekly highlight show dedicated to Pace University Athletics. Rewind features game footage, interviews with coaches, athletics and gets you closer to your Setters sports teams than you've ever been before.
Pet Talk is a series that delves into issues revolving around pets whether it's nutrition or what's the right pet for you.
Produced by: Andrea Garbarini
Plastic Television highlights how Reducing, Reusing and Recycling can and will help the environment.
Produced by: Wayne McPartland
The idea of the Pleasantville Community Garden was conceived by 7th grader, Devin Juros in 2012 at the age of 12. The PCG provides fresh produce to the hungry and food insecure people of Westchester County - through the Hillside Food Pantry and was built in June 2014 and is managed by volunteers from the area. We maintain a 600 square foot garden on the grounds of St. John's Church in Pleasantville, NY and have donated over 1500 pounds of fresh vegetables to the food pantry in 2014!
Produced by: GG Kopilak
Spending the bulk of her time isolated in her studio while she paints, her dream was to have a place where other artists would come together and talk about art....stimulating discussion being an incentive to creation. In her interview program she connects with other artists, albeit, usually one at a time. Interviewed artists tell the stories of how they create, how they got to where they are in their artwork, their work is shown on screen, and the viewing audience acquires knowledge about art in the surrounding area.
The Pleasantville Garden Club produces television programs to increase the community's knowledge and enjoyment of horticulture. Club members also value the importance of protecting our environment. Our programs feature experts in horticulture, gardening outdoors and indoors, flower arranging, and environmental issues by speakers who are well known gardeners including authors of gardening books. Meetings are held the first Thursday morning of each month from October to June. Members include residents of Pleasantville, Thornwood, Hawthorne, and Valhalla.
Welcome to Pleasantville in 5! These 5-minute segments aim to highlight what is new, happening and hip in Pleasantville! Segments are aimed at keeping Pleasantville villagers tuned in to what is happening in our community with brief interviews and quick overviews of the information you most need to have. Our goal is to share what we know and to seek out the things you most want to know. We welcome your feedback and look forward to you joining our ongoing chat!
Produced by: Thomas Prizeman
Pleasantville Panther Game of the Week- Every week we will be there to cover your Pleasantville High School Panthers as they battle rivals. We broadcast full games of everything from Girls Basketball to Boys Lacrosse to Football and everything in between. Sit back and relax as Broadcasters Tom Prizeman and Rob Adams bring you all of the athletic action.