As hotelier and horse show operator Tom Struzzieri looks to the immediate future, he sees some relief from the strict regulations brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic has made the loss of a loved one more traumatic and challenging than usual because social-distancing precautions prohibit traditional funeral services and derail the natural grieving process. An online memorial service through Christ’s Lutheran Church in Woodstock will help with the healing process.
Topics include: Mid-Hudson Region enters phase III of reopening; Kingston playgrounds open; Wilbur Avenue paving project; and more.
The first Kingston Reads city-wide book club will take place in July, and kicks off with a book that has resonance at this time in history: So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo.
Topics include: Curbside service to be offered at Elting Memorial Library; Request to put sales tax negotiations on pause in New Paltz; Update regarding Moriello Pool opening; Virtual events at the Gardiner Library; and more.
Kingston Point Beach will officially open on the first day of summer, Saturday, June 20, 2020. Lifeguards will be on duty five days a week, Wednesday through Sunday, from 10:00am-5:00pm.
The eighth annual Kingston Multicultural Festival goes live online on June 14. Each year, folk artists and cultural organizations in Kingston and surrounding communities gather at T.R. Gallo Park in the Rondout to celebrate the Mid-Hudson Valley’s cultural diversity.
Topics include: Saugerties protesters gather daily; The Saugerties Farmers’ Market; and more.
Topics include: Kingston seeks to curb cars; Intersection improvements; and Multicultural festival online.
Topics include: Mohonk tulip donation; Community solar now an easier option; Virtual teen advisory board; and more.