Back in the early ‘90s, when the New Paltz Chamber of Commerce referred to their newly conceived “Taste of New Paltz” event as “New Paltz’s newest tradition,” the assertion was optimistic, but turned out to be prophetic.
The committee’s goal is to create a vibrant park and recreation center for Gardiner that can generate revenue to sustain maintenance of the grounds and facilities and fund expansion of programs and events.
Historic Huguenot Street became an immersive experience in history as dozens of reenactors and costumed interpreters offered demonstrations and performances throughout the day.
As the director of education for Mohonk Preserve, she oversees a wide-ranging program of nature-based activities and instruction.
What was once the Dunn Builders’ Supply Corporation is now a theater, film and television soundstage.
“The movements are a little bit faster, the music is a little bit louder; all of our classes are just amped up a little bit,” says Amanda Lopez about what to expect from the yoga, barre and Buti classes at Soul Tribe, the wellness studio she recently opened in New Paltz’s Cherry Hill Plaza.
Goodman will speak about her book at Elting Memorial Library in New Paltz on Wednesday, September 5 from 8-9:30 p.m. Admission is free.
New Paltz Middle School will educate more than 500 students this year in grades six through eight. At the helm as principal will be Ann Sheldon, formerly the school’s assistant principal. And while the new position will bring increased responsibilities, she says, Sheldon doesn’t anticipate her daily activities will change all that much.
On September 15, the New Paltz Climate Action Coalition and New Paltz Climate Smart will celebrate National Drive Electric Week with a parade of pedestrians, bicycles, electric vehicles and e-bikes.
Megan Napoli is a research ecologist at the Mohonk Preserve.