The forums are meant to provide a venue to discuss the ways that Donald Trump’s proposed initiatives for his first 100 days in office will affect life on a local and state level for members of the community. The first, on Sunday, Feb. 27, will deal with constitutional law.
To many, the idea of shaving off your hair in front of a packed audience might sound like the kind of dream that wakes you in a cold sweat. To a number of local residents, however, it is the perfect way to raise funds and awareness for pediatric cancer.
Psychology professor and director of the Evolutionary Studies Program at SUNY New Paltz, Glen Geher, will lead a panel including a few of his students to talk about their work in evolutionary psychology.
Support the Phillies Bridge Farm Project this Sunday, February 19, 4:30 p.m., at Snug Harbor in New Paltz.
The New Paltz historical group hasn’t had an official, full-time, permanent executive director since 2010.
All entries in the chili challenge had to use at least five local ingredients.
The event will bring together water leaders and community members here in the Hudson Valley to learn how to protect, understand and love water.
The Woodstock Library’s new director Jessica Kerr is excited to be back to work, just as plans for expansion enter a new phase with a February 2 public input meeting.
An assemblage of chili-makers, both amateur and pro, will compete in the ninth annual Local Ingredient Chili Challenge at Water Street Market this Saturday, January 28 from noon to 3 p.m. Admission is free.
That volunteer firefighters are heroes is not an idea that’s often in dispute; these are the people who run into burning buildings at any hour of the day or night. However, much of the work that fire companies do to protect the safety of their neighbors is dusty, dry stuff that stays behind the scenes, and that suits them just fine.