Saturday, June 24: The day’s challenge will take place under a huge tent amongst the docked vessels, with music, food and family-friendly activities and water-related demonstrations.
I was feeling more confident. I basked in the thrill of playing again. I ran out to the mound for my next inning. My body felt strong. That’s when I threw the pitch that would change my summer.
The action will help “provide greater emphasis for what our town has been and continues to do and thereby add more significance to our collective efforts.”
As a teacher fluent in both French and English, Sharon Roth was uniquely qualified to take on the challenge of working with students in Burkina Faso, whose official language is French.
Enrollment is less than ¼ of what it once was, but talk of ending the Saugerties Council of Church’s Vacation Bible School might be premature, say a number of council members.
If you frequent the Saugerties public library, chances are you’ve come across librarian Christine Pacuk.
“I was just keeping my promise to the boys’ baseball team,” the mayor said of the “Home of the Sawyers” sign that now graces the bridge.
This year’s 12th annual Midtown Make a Difference Day and the fifth annual Juneteenth commemoration will both happen this Saturday, June 17, amounting to a full day of celebrating Kingston’s diversity and heritage.
The award was intended to recognize Novi’s seminal role in the farm-to-table movement and his longtime commitment to cooking with locally sourced ingredients — and, on a larger scale, to farmland preservation.
Kingston’s prince of repurposing surveys his collection at Zaborski’s Emporium. “I dreamt of this business in grade school, doing something like this. Not this big, but…”