Secret City held a processional last weekend celebrating the spirit of Woodstock.
To celebrate the Saugerties Farmers’ Market’s 20th year, a series of Harvest Home Dinners will showcase the diversity of Hudson Valley farm-raised foods. The intimate dinner market fundraisers, hosted at area homes and prepared by an array of local chefs and talented home cooks, are offered on twelve different evenings.
Village of Saugerties officials are looking to restore plaques to a section of Seamon Park that honors Maude Washburn and the Camp Fire Girls that were stolen a decade or more ago.
Christ’s Lutheran Church’s “In Memorium,” featuring crosses honoring those who have died during the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic on the church’s front lawn on Mill Hill Road in Woodstock continues to grow and has attracted national attention. That includes two major universities and the Smithsonian Institution, all of which have been working on research about how people have coped with grief during the pandemic when in-person funerals were put on hold and other grief mechanisms were restricted by the virus.
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An excerpt from a chapter of the authors’ upcoming book, available in December 2021, entitled “The Story of Historic Kingston: A Journey through the Hudson Valley and Its Connections With New York City.”
Kingston High School Class of 2013 alum Zack Short’s last trip up to the majors seems to have stuck, as he’s become part of the Detroit Tigers’ regular lineup at shortstop over the past month.
Anyone who believes in preserving the integrity of a work of art is welcome to join The Friends of Opus 40 this Friday, July 30, at 3 p.m., when they peacefully protest the erection of a fence on Harvey Fite’s monumental earthwork.
A large contingent of public officials from the Woodstock town supervisor and town clerk to the governor’s office showered holistic pharmacist and Village Apothecary owner Neal Smoller and his COVID-busting volunteer army with praise for their efforts toward administering 36,000 vaccine doses.
The Woodstock Library Fair rang in its 90th anniversary Saturday with a wide range of activities including live music, a children’s parade, a carousel and a book sale.