The park features a sledding hill, skating pond, dog park and holiday light display in its arboretum.
“Honor Flights” are world-class affairs that bring veterans from around the country to Washington D.C. in recognition of their service.
Part II Last week, we explored the youth and professional life of geneticist and corn breeder Sherret S. Chase of
One needn’t visit a yoga studio, a mountain peak or even an ashram to find one’s bliss. Just hoof it to Donkey Park, a farm with 13 of the gentle beasts of burden and braying, right off 9W in Ulster Park.
Hinchey, a Democrat from Saugerties, served 18 years in the Assembly and 20 years in Congress, a time of significant political transformation in Ulster County. He helped lead the change.
Sherret S. Chase, whose research in forestry led to his co-founding of the Catskill Center for Conservation and Development, lives on a mountainside in the Town of Olive. Although he will turn 100 next spring, he still walks without a cane, takes crosscountry road trips with his daughter, Helen Chase, and offers advice to Catskills powers that be.
The Sussin Family of 123 Patch Road in Saugerties once again invites the public to view its annual Christmas light show, which can be seen every night from Nov. 24 to Jan. 1, 5-10 p.m., weather permitting. Catch them on ABC’s The Great Christmas Light Fight on Monday, Dec. 11.
After 20 years of bringing country comfort to travelers in downtown New Paltz, the Inn at Orchard Heights has closed its doors for good.
“I’m not interested in moving them, harm them, or messing with their day,” said Felice. “I just want to be a gigantic ape with a camera.”
Ann Marie DiBella is a lifetime Kingstonian — St. Joe’s graduate, a former alderwoman and active Kingston Democrat, as well as a Kingston school social worker.