Friday-Sunday, May 26-28: Billed as “not a flea market, but a well-respected event for beginning to advanced collectors.”
Friday-Sunday, May 26-28: Featuring more than 300 artisans from across America purveying a broad range of handcrafted goods.
Friday-Sunday, May 26-28: Period military vehicles and collections of military uniforms, weapons and insignia from 1917 to the present day will be on display.
Artist Kate McGloughlin’s show, “Requiem for Ashokan — The Story told in Landscape,” will be on view June 3-24 at WAAM, and will include mixed media paintings, solarplate etchings, maps with audio files, and an artist book depicting the loss of home, community, and landscape that took place during the construction of the Ashokan Reservoir.
Tuesday-Friday, May 30-June 2: Amateur painters can bring along their own materials and join 20 professional artists, or you can just show up for a stroll around the grounds and a peek at the works-in-progress.
Tucked behind a side road in the Town of Kingston is a place where dogs can go to be happy, loved and comfortable for however many days they have left.
This year’s poppy girl will present a bouquet of poppies at the Donlon Wall honoring fallen servicemen. Congressman John Faso will be guest speaker at the event and Saugerties native Colonel Roger H.C. Donlon (Ret.), the first recipient of the Medal of Honor in Vietnam, will also participate.
“The Fence Post,” which takes its visual cues from Stockade FC’s orange uniform embellishment and the cut & paste aesthetic of British football fanzines and classic punk rock flyers, was created by Spike Vrusho, a Rhinebeck-based sportswriter and cab driver, and the author of “Benchclearing: Baseball’s Greatest Fights and Riots.”
Jean Duffy and Hoppy Quick have known each other since both were going to grade school in Olive. Her yard’s filled with his handiwork; she’s spent the 31 years she’s lived next door to his mother on Samsonville Road looking at the older woman as a mother figure, and helping out when she could. But a neighbor-to-neighbor dispute between the two over home occupations and the side-effects of their artistic pursuits has boiled over and may end up in court.
The annual Saugerties Fish and Game Club’s fishing tournament at the Blue Mountain Reservoir is this Sunday, May 21. Registration starts at 8 a.m., fishing is from 9 a.m. to noon. This week the game club will be stocking the reservoir with 300 trout, according to Mike Hopf, the village of Saugerties water department superintendent.