Friday-Sunday, May 24-26: It’s billed as “a modern interpretation of a traditional arts and crafts fair.”
Saturday-Sunday, May 25-26: Antique fair season gets off to a roaring start on Memorial Day weekend, when 140 top antiques and decorative arts dealers will put their best foot forward feeding your collecting passion and decorating style.
Adrian Manuel, who graduated from Kingston High School in 1996, is a school principal and educator whose success at turning around failing inner-city schools earned him kudos in the national media.
Recalling a time when the Hudson River needed a lot of help, reflecting on how conditions in the river have
New Paltz’s own Jason Friedman, 43, won the sixth annual Rock the Ridge ultramarathon race, which took him and 600 other mountain goats through 50 miles of breathtaking carriage roads and trails that began and finished at the Testimonial Gatehouse.
Woodstock Land Conservancy’s (WLC) ninth annual Vernal Fling, 5 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 18 at the Byrdcliffe Barn, 485 Upper Byrdcliffe Road, Woodstock, honors Mike Hein, former Ulster County Executive, with the William R. Ginsberg Stewardship Award, in recognition of his significant achievements toward the protection and improvement of Ulster County’s environment.
Saturday, May 18: The Rondout Valley/Route 209 corridor has been a hotbed for UFO sightings since long before Whitley Strieber wrote his 1987 best-seller Communion, about his alleged alien abduction.
Saturday, May 18: This unique new shelter provides a homelike setting for those senior dogs in need.
Easygoing, stylish and wise are some of the many words that best describe New Paltz High School senior Carolyn Reeves. Whether she is shocking others with her bold hair colors and leopard- print clothing, eye-catching art pieces, or her clever yet intelligent thoughts and sense of humor, Reeves is always putting herself out there.
Volunteers can participate the first Saturday of each month from June to October for an hour or two to maintain the picturesque nature trail leading to the lighthouse. Volunteers of all ages are welcome. Projects include debris cleaning, brush trimming, and raking. Meet at the Lighthouse at 9 a.m. for instructions and supplies. No registration required. For more info, call 845-247-0656 or email firstname.lastname@example.org