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Hudson River Watershed Alliance Annual Watershed Conference (Day 1) Outdoors

Across the watershed, communities are experiencing climate hazards including localized flooding, intense drought, Harmful Algal Blooms, beach closures, wildfires, and other impacts on water resources. To further community understanding of climate change, its impacts, and how we can prepare for it, our Annual Watershed Conference theme is Climate Change Impacts on Water in the Hudson Valley.

This year, Hudson River Watershed Alliance is using a hybrid model for the conference, taking advantage of the respective strengths of both virtual and in-person programs. The first day’s webinar will share key context on climate projections and risks, providing a foundation for the conversations on adaptation strategies at the in-person sessions. The virtual session brings together scientists and experts that otherwise would have had to travel, using a format that is easy to record and reference in the future. Both in-person sessions feature local case studies and strategies from the Hudson River watershed, and will prioritize networking and conversation.

The Annual Watershed Conference schedule includes:

– Monday, October 24 from 1-3:30 PM: a virtual session to share climate change projections and other context-setting information.

– Tuesday, October 25 from 9 AM – 12:30 PM: an in-person session at the Henry A. Wallace Center, FDR Presidential Library & Museum in Hyde Park, NY to discuss climate change adaptation strategies and share case studies.

– Wednesday, October 26 from 1-4 PM: an in-person session at the Hudson River Maritime Museum Barn in Kingston, NY focused on flooding issues faced by municipalities along the Hudson River. This session will be facilitated by River Network, and will inform the Hudson River Flood Resilience Network’s strategic roadmap.

Hudson River Watershed Alliance Annual Watershed Conference (Day 2) Outdoors

Across the watershed, communities are experiencing climate hazards including localized flooding, intense drought, Harmful Algal Blooms, beach closures, wildfires, and other impacts on water resources. To further community understanding of climate change, its impacts, and how we can prepare for it, our Annual Watershed Conference theme is Climate Change Impacts on Water in the Hudson Valley.

This year, Hudson River Watershed Alliance is using a hybrid model for the conference, taking advantage of the respective strengths of both virtual and in-person programs. The first day’s webinar will share key context on climate projections and risks, providing a foundation for the conversations on adaptation strategies at the in-person sessions. The virtual session brings together scientists and experts that otherwise would have had to travel, using a format that is easy to record and reference in the future. Both in-person sessions feature local case studies and strategies from the Hudson River watershed, and will prioritize networking and conversation.

The Annual Watershed Conference schedule includes:

– Monday, October 24 from 1-3:30 PM: a virtual session to share climate change projections and other context-setting information.

– Tuesday, October 25 from 9 AM – 12:30 PM: an in-person session at the Henry A. Wallace Center, FDR Presidential Library & Museum in Hyde Park, NY to discuss climate change adaptation strategies and share case studies.

– Wednesday, October 26 from 1-4 PM: an in-person session at the Hudson River Maritime Museum Barn in Kingston, NY focused on flooding issues faced by municipalities along the Hudson River. This session will be facilitated by River Network, and will inform the Hudson River Flood Resilience Network’s strategic roadmap.

Hudson River Watershed Alliance Annual Watershed Conference (Day 3) Outdoors

Across the watershed, communities are experiencing climate hazards including localized flooding, intense drought, Harmful Algal Blooms, beach closures, wildfires, and other impacts on water resources. To further community understanding of climate change, its impacts, and how we can prepare for it, our Annual Watershed Conference theme is Climate Change Impacts on Water in the Hudson Valley.

This year, Hudson River Watershed Alliance is using a hybrid model for the conference, taking advantage of the respective strengths of both virtual and in-person programs. The first day’s webinar will share key context on climate projections and risks, providing a foundation for the conversations on adaptation strategies at the in-person sessions. The virtual session brings together scientists and experts that otherwise would have had to travel, using a format that is easy to record and reference in the future. Both in-person sessions feature local case studies and strategies from the Hudson River watershed, and will prioritize networking and conversation.

The Annual Watershed Conference schedule includes:

– Monday, October 24 from 1-3:30 PM: a virtual session to share climate change projections and other context-setting information.

– Tuesday, October 25 from 9 AM – 12:30 PM: an in-person session at the Henry A. Wallace Center, FDR Presidential Library & Museum in Hyde Park, NY to discuss climate change adaptation strategies and share case studies.

– Wednesday, October 26 from 1-4 PM: an in-person session at the Hudson River Maritime Museum Barn in Kingston, NY focused on flooding issues faced by municipalities along the Hudson River. This session will be facilitated by River Network, and will inform the Hudson River Flood Resilience Network’s strategic roadmap.

WeeFree Strings Music

WeFreeStrings are violinists Charles Burnham and Gwen Laster, violist Melanie Dyer, cellist Alexander Waterman, bassist Ken Filiano and percussionist Michael Wimberly. The sextet primarily performs original, improvised music.

This concert is free and open to the public. Donations appreciated.

“…the idea of jazz strings takes on a new identity.” Mike Shanley, Jazz Times
“This is prayer-like spiritual jazz ..an outstanding effort…” Bruce Lee Gallanter, Downtown Music Gallery
“This music has an undeniable beauty.” Mike Corroto, AllAboutJazz
“…free in spirit? Hell, yes! …the compositions evince a refusal to be boxed in.” Joseph Jeff, Graded on a Curve
“WeFreeStrings combine free jazz the music of African American string bands and classical avant garde;it picks up where the likes ofThe Revolutionary Ensemble and James ‘Blood’ Ulmer’s Odyssey left off, adding sounds previously heard in Ornette Coleman’s writing for strings….This is surging, stabbing,thumping music.”
– Phil Freeman, The Wire
WeFreeStrings primarily performs original, improvised music. WeFreeStrings has performed at Lincoln Center’s Hearst Plaza, Harlem Jazz Boxx, Andrew Drury’s Soup & Sound, Arts for Arts series (NYC), Jazz@ Atlas, Chicago Jazz String Summit,The Jazz Gallery, Bennington College, the Museum of Art & Origins, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Nublu151 and other venues. The ensemble released two recordings — Love in The Form Of Sacred Outrage (ESP-disk, 2022) and Fulfillment (independently released in 2018). They are the recipients of major support from Jazz Road/South Arts, the Foundation for Contemporary Arts, Chamber Music America, New Music USA, Bonfils-Stanton Foundation and Colorado Black Arts Movement.

Julia Phillips reading Free Admission

Join us on OCT 2 for a reading with Julia Phillips, author of the novel “Disappearing Earth”!
Her debut novel was one of the NYTimes 10 Best Books of the Year.
“​A superb debut…A nearly flawless novel.” ​— The New York Times
NATIONAL BOOK AWARD FINALIST
“Thrilling…Rumors and rivalries, secrets and lies, all add up to a compelling portrayal of a community under siege.”— People
Free, donations appreciated. Reception to folllow on the portico.

Newburgh Critical Mass Bike Rack Site Tour Art, For the Kids, Free Admission, Health and Wellness, Outdoors

Join Critical Mass on a bike ride through the streets of Newburgh to visit and evaluate potential sites for the upcoming Newburgh Arts & Cultural Commission’s BE-SPOKE Artist Designed Bike Rack Project.

Saturday, October 1, 2022
10:00am Pre-Ride meetup
12:00pm Post-Ride Discussion
Meet at Rise & Ride (ADS Warehouse, 105 Ann Street) at 10:00.

Critical Mass is a movement of cyclists helping to make the street safer for all modes of transportation: pedestrians, strollers, skaters, bicyclists and motorists. Bring your bike. Bring your helmet. Bring your family. Bicycle together. Spread the word.

Visit newburghart.org/bikeracks for more info on the project and ride.

OPTICS//MOTION at CREATE Gallery Art, Music

“OPTICS//MOTION An invitation to slow down” – Audiovisual artist Nathan McLaughlin presents an immersive 45 minute video experience at CREATE Gallery. Live performances on opening night (Oct. 22) and closing (Nov. 12). Hours are Friday, 4-7pm, and Saturdays/Sundays from 11am-6pm with the show looped across four screens for a new experience upon each visit.

The Darkening – 4th Annual Samhain Oddities & Curiosities Night Market Art, Festivals, Shopping and Fashion, Theatre

We invite you to experience all of the hidden dark treasures the Hudson Valley has to offer with our unique crafters, makers, artists, taxidermists, magick makers, psychics, and the unusual who will be showcasing their wares and talents in this one of a kind Night Market.

This market is indoors serving fine cocktails and food with live entertainment throughout the evening!
Shop and discover a host of curated vendors featuring unique, curious, magickal, occult, and obscure items!

Featuring Live Performances of the Original Production by Diiiotima Arts
​”Fairest Shadows: A Journey Through Grimm’s”

Friday, October 7th, 2022
6pm to Midnight
Revel 32
32 Cannon Street
Poughkeepsie, New York

$13 advanced online tickets available through Eventbrite at www.MoonSerpentandBone.com
$20 at the door

The Group Holiday Sale 2022 Art

In it’s 45th year this show is one of the finest in the Hudson Valley. ” A gem of a show”. Small and intimate in a gallery like setting we have blown glass ,fiber,
metalwork, wood, beaded, glass and silver jewelry. Exhibited at the Beekman Arms Conference Center in Rhinebeck NY Sat 10-7 Sun 10-4

5TH WORLD AGING AND REJUVENATION CONFERENCE Health and Wellness

The Organizing Committee of the 5th World Aging and Rejuvenation Conference (ARC-2023) invites you to participate in the congress, which will be held during July 17-18, 2022 in Frankfurt, Germany

The first edition of the Aging and Rejuvenation Conference (ARC) was born in Rome, Italy aiming to serve as a premier forum for the presentation of technological advances and research results in the fields of Aging and Geriatrics. The second edition ARC was held in Berlin, Germany in October of 2019 and the third edition of the ARC-2021 was held in Barcelona, Spain in September 20-22, 2021 and Fourth edition of the Aging and Rejuvenation Conference (ARC-2022) is going to be held in Rome, Italy on Sep 15-16, 2022. Fifth edition of the Aging and Rejuvenation Conference (ARC-2023) is going to be held in Frankfurt, Germany on July17-18, 2023.With the successful experience of the last three years in Rome (Italy) and Berlin (Germany) and Barcelona(Spain) we truly believe that ARC- 2023 will achieve greater success and provide a better platform for all the participants to have fruitful discussions and to share ideas of researches. With high standard and high-quality submissions and presentations in ARC-2023, it will one day become a leading conference in this specific academic area.

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