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Since 2008, Record Store Day has grown into the world’s largest single-day music event, shining a light on the culture of the indie record store across the globe. In 2020, that world is different, so Record Store Day will be too. RSD is now scheduled to be celebrated with special, properly distanced release dates on Saturdays in August, September and October. 😷 RECORD STORE DAY IS SOCIAL DISTANCING! 😷 Record Store Day will look very different this year, but supporting…Find out more »
Kadampa Meditation Center New York Sullivan County Catskills is open free to the public. Tour the Kadampa Buddhist World Peace Temple, hike nature trails, outdoor cafe coffee-bar. Kids, families & pets on a leash welcome! TEMPLE GROUNDS AND HIKING NATURE TRAILS are now open 7 Days a Week from 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM. 82 acres. Enjoy walking on the grounds, including nature trails, a pond, gardens, streams and soft springy moss. Relax in our outdoor seating areas and hidden…Find out more »
Garden State Koi will teach you what you need to know to get your pond and waterfall shut down and keep your fish safe & healthy for the upcoming winter. This is a hands-on workshop, so be ready to get dirty!! RSVP required, and space is limited to 12-15 spots due to COVID-19 social distancing measures! Classes will be streamed on Facebook LIVE for those unable to attend! Reserve your place today by contacting (845) 651-4100 or email@example.com.Find out more »
Join 4-H Volunteers Laura & Tom for an easy 2-3 mile guided educational walk at Fahnestock Park. Registration is required and is suitable for youth ages 5 & up. Please: bring water wear sturdy shoes bring bug repellent Pre-registration required at putnam.cce.cornell.edu/events 4-H Membership not required; Non-Refundable; Masks required Fee:$10 per familyFind out more »
Come join us at Sam’s Point to celebrate National Public Lands Day! This year, we will be pulling invasive plants from along the sides of our trails. Removal of these species is a very important step in protecting the globally rare ecosystem found here. All necessary training and tools will be provided. Bring enough water to last the day (at least two liters), snacks, and a lunch. After the work day is over, please feel free to continue to celebrate…Find out more »
On display will be some Native American artifacts from Barbara Fox Eyes who will explain their significance. She and her sister, Susan Singing Rain, will assist children in making beaded friendship bracelets and coloring Native symbols. Grandmother Judith Laughing Owl will teach Native American drumming on a drop-in basis.Find out more »
Traditionally held in NYC to promote the apple picking season in NY state, EscapeMaker.com, a 20 year-old New York State agritourism promoter and farm tour operator will be hosting their 6th Annual EscapeMaker’s Applepalooza at Stone Ridge Orchard. The event will take place at the farm and will feature socially distanced fun for all ages, baked apple goods, and all sorts of apple products for purchase. Not only will attendees be able to pick-your-own apples, and taste a number of…Find out more »
Theater Manager Greg Allen will greet digital audiences from the Irvington stage before premiering Irving the Theater Nut! Adapted from his children’s book of the same name, this short film follows a theater-loving squirrel named Irving who desperately wishes to be a part of the magic happening inside of Irvington Theater. (We can relate!) The film features the talents of Irvington Theater Commissioners, young actors from Broadway Training Center and Clocktower Players, and the town’s own Mayor Brian Smith in…Find out more »
Best of the Eagles is the most exact interpretation of the music of the Eagles in America, bar none! Each member mirrors his counterpart in the Eagles instrumentally and vocally. However, this is no simple copy band or impersonator act but rather a group of excellent musicians who expertly and authentically re-create the songs, the music, the vocals and the magical aura of one of America’s greatest rock bands. After selling out many venues in the region including the Count…Find out more »
A free virtual program by the Alzheimer's Association Hudson Valley Chapter will offer people with dementia and their family caregivers an opportunity for socializing and self-expression. To register and learn how to participate, contact the Alzheimer’s Association at (800) 272-3900.Find out more »