Friday-Sunday, Nov. 17-19: There are more than 20 million military veterans in the US. Even so, their experiences are largely something that civilians can only imagine. An opportunity to bridge that gap is one of the reasons that organizers of this weekend’s artistic outpouring at the FDR site are encouraging civilians to attend, and experience all the activities planned alongside current and former members of the Armed Forces and their families.
The play will run from Nov. 16-18.
Walking into the recently opened Luna Dermatology at 216 Route 32 North in New Paltz, the impression is of a welcoming, wide-open space with lots of natural light.
Nirmala’s Kitchen spice shop and cooking school on New Paltz Road in Highland is a good place to get inspiration.
Longtime locals who have a number of relatives and friends in the cemetery went from one gravesite to another to pay their respects, while others had no connection to this particular cemetery but were there to just be with others who were also thinking of their departed loved ones that day.
The process of adopting or fostering a child is a complex procedure. Along the way — as well as afterward — a number of issues arise.
The Town of Lloyd Events Committee and the Highland Business Association partnered up to put on another successful Halloween in the Hamlet event last Saturday, Oct. 28.
Sunday, Nov. 5: “The Right to Vote: 100th Anniversary Commemoration” exhibition opens with lecture by Charles Ford. The Museum was founded by locals interested in preserving the history of the communities taken by the building of the reservoirs.
“It humbles you,” says Sadia Bihi-Gilmour in describing what it’s like to participate in the good works done by the Rotary Club of New Paltz.
The district is considering pushing back the first bell, citing studies showing teens need more sleep.