The Saugerties Stallions have stepped up their broadcasting game this year.
Grace Gavis, the junior breakout star of Kingston High’s girls’ varsity lacrosse team, was recently named a U.S. Lacrosse All-American for 2017 in a season where she amassed 58 goals — including the 100th of her high school career — and 21 assists.
Come Woodstock, Citizens of the World, to the 86th Annual Library Fair Saturday for a day of music, food fun and more.
There are four passes available at Elting Memorial Library in New Paltz each day, which can be checked out using an Elting Memorial Library card, issued on a first-come, first-served basis.
A number of Saugerties baseball players were recognized by the New York State Sportswriters Association for their play this year.
Author Greg Robinson will discuss the conflict between Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt over the incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II.
So, how did the one-time MHAL wrestling champion and MHAL 110 hurdles and pole vault champion, and noted free-spirit, come to be the guiding force behind a tech program for kids?
Schenker laughs. “It was unusual.”
The Woodstock Library’s Children’s Summer Reading Program continues its decades-long run under the new direction of Dawn Meola, Coordinator of Children’s Services.
Dina Washington is a literal postal professional, and then some. Walk into the Uptown post office and you’re greeted by her luminous smile and positive vibes. She is upright and energetic, yet collected and positive.
“If it hadn’t been for Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Woodstock might not be what it is today,” town historian Alf Evers told me one afternoon, speaking of the turn-of-the-century novelist, poet, nonfiction writer, feminist thinker, controversial social commentator and women’s suffrage activist.