One comment heard on the street might capture the sense of mystery and oddity in a single question: “Was it a live cow, or a fake cow?” One had to be there to be sure.
World War II veterans who survived the Battle of Bataan and ground combat in Normandy all the way up to those who served during the Iraqi conflict will share their stories of courage and sacrifice on Saturday, Nov. 3 during a daylong event at the Best Western Plus in Kingston.
For the third year running, the Sluts were back on the streets of New Paltz last Sunday.
It was truly grind-it-out football.
The Norway Spruce will be cut on Thursday, November 8 and arrive at Rockefeller Center on Saturday, November 10.
‘Tis a season for transformation.
The Twice Blessed thrift shop at the Reformed Church of New Paltz on Huguenot Street held a grand re-opening Saturday, October 20 in their newly reconstructed space.
Friday, Nov. 9: Theater piece at Vassar library in Poughkeepsie to honor first woman to obtain a doctorate.
“Fly fishing is a deep sport,” said Joan Wulff, known as the First Lady of fly fishing for her mastery of casting, the art of lofting a lure out over a stream to land on the water’s surface and attract a trout. She will speak at the Phoenicia Library in the Sporting Legends of the Catskills series on Saturday, October 27, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
A roundup of local family activities.