Some people, by the very nature of their professions, cross paths regularly with the despondent en route to harming themselves, and have thus acquired some useful intervention skills that they can share with others. One such person will be coming to SUNY New Paltz on Tuesday, April 4.
Three Saugerties youngsters were honored by the Saugerties town board at its March 15 meeting as part of the You’ve Been Caught program run by the Saugerties Community Youth Awards Committee.
Expect admiring crowds and chilly weather for this Sunday’s annual Shamrock Run, a two-mile Kingston road race beginning on the Academy Green and ending at the Strand.
The Chili Bowl Fiesta fundraiser put on each February by the Women’s Studio Workshop (WSW) just gets more popular and more successful every year.
The Town of New Paltz fireworks are scheduled to take place on Friday, June 30. As the celebration will not even be in the same month as the Fourth of July, supervisor Neil Bettez chose to call it a “town fireworks celebration” rather than reference the holiday.
Members of Ulster Hose No. 5 are raising money and awareness for childhood cancer research as part of the second Ulster County St. Baldrick’s Day fundraising event. Local groups and individuals will have their heads shaved in solidarity with children living with cancer at the event on Sunday, March 5.
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.