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Angry Orchard and Smokin Grate BBQ are teaming up to jump start 4th of July weekend! This Friday from 1PM-4PM, Smokin Grate BBQ will be setup at Angry Orchard for pickup orders. Grab some cider and bbq for your holiday weekend party and let's celebrate America. BBQ preorders can be made by visiting: https://sgbbq.square.site/ and cider to-go orders can be made by visiting: https://angryorchard.square.site/.Find out more »
Please join us every first Friday of the month for Destination Saugerties: First Fridays. Shop, drink, dine and play local! Summer Saugerties Kickoff! Please join us for a ribbon cutting with Ulster County Chamber of Commerce! Friday July 3rd 5pm located on the corner of Main Street and Partition Street Lone Duck Farm Pop-Up: pop-up farmer’s market with Lone Duck Farm! Located in front of The Partition Dancing Tulip: locally grown “grab and go” bouquets available for pickup. 20% off…Find out more »
Ride the rails with Rail Explorers and enjoy special edition craft beer from Woodstock Brewing and soft organic pretzels by Bread Alone at our private picnic area on the Esopus Creek. Seats are limited, reservations are required and can be made at www.railexplorers.net or 877-833-8588.Find out more »
Join legendary burlesque emcee Miss Astrid for PANDEMONIUM Cabaret #2 live streaming for free (w/ $uggested donation) 4th of July weekend. Premieres Fri. July 3 at 8PM through Sunday, July 5 at 11:59PM. Starring Little Brooklyn! Miss Peggy Lee Cooper! Fancy Chance! Ray Gunn! Sxip Shirey! Rizo! And surprise guestsFind out more »
To celebrate the 4th, ShoutOut hosts a celebration of fiery language, words written by our forebears and contemporaries who valued truth and compassion. Short excerpts from speeches by Barbara Jordan, Robert Kennedy, Chief Seattle, Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Emma Gonzales, Ann Richards, Fredrick Douglass and others read by committed community members, followed by open mic for audience members, 2 minutes each. Due to social distancing, seating is limited; reserve on EventBrite via SOS website. Bring a blanket or chair & your…Find out more »
Octogenarian artist Audrey Flack has always been a trailblazer. Queen of Hearts: Audrey Flack is an intimate portrait of her life and work. The film follows Flack as she returns to her canvas for the first time in decades, revealing her longtime struggles as an artist and mother to find her rightful place in the art world.Find out more »
Constituents are invited to join Senator Jen Metzger at Yesterdays Irish Pub in Warwick on Thursday, July 9, for a chance to ask questions, share thoughts on local matters, and an receive update on the State Legislature. RSVP REQUIRED at bit.ly/WarwickChat so the Senator's office can ensure that the event adheres to the state’s gathering mandate. **Event attendees should expect to follow health and safety protocols, including wearing a face covering and practicing social distancing.** Questions? Call (845) 344-3311 or…Find out more »
Cook in real time with your children of all ages right along with the professional chef instructor as you and your family learn to prepare dishes like: Summer Vegetable Mac n’ Cheese and Strawberry Lemonade; Black Bean and Mushroom Burgers with Avocado Herb Sauce and Carrot Cucumber Salad; and Beef and Turnip Fritters with Herbed Yogurt Sauce. Presented by the Hudson Valley and New York City based nonprofit nutrition and healthy cooking educator, The Sylvia Center, the classes are every…Find out more »
Join us for an in-depth exploration of Shirley Graham Du Bois’ 1932 opera, Tom-Tom. Following an introduction of excerpts from the work, performers and panelists will discuss the opera’s complex representations of race, gender, and history, as well as the opportunities and challenges of presenting Tom-Tom today. Artists Candice Hoyes, soprano Markel Reed, baritone Kyle Walker, piano Lucy Caplan, panelist Caroline Jackson Smith, panelist This event was originally produced by Lucy Caplan in partnership with AMOC at Harvard University in…Find out more »
Galaxy Quest + Zoom Conversation – Thursday, July 9th, 7:30pm The stars of a 1970s sci-fi show – now scraping a living through re-runs and sci-fi conventions – are beamed aboard an alien spacecraft. Believing the cast’s heroic on-screen dramas are historical documents of real-life adventures, the band of aliens turn to the ailing celebrities for help in their quest to overcome the oppressive regime in their solar system.Find out more »