The Ulster County SPCA is celebrating its 130th anniversary.
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Looking to see July 4 fireworks near you? This year there will be many more Hudson Valley events than 2020, though still not as many as usual. Here’s our annual list of Independence Day activities, including those with fireworks as well as daytime activities with a July 4 theme.
This month the Hudson River Maritime Museum recognized longtime volunteer Mike Sadowy, 89. Sadowy is a member of the team at the museum’s Wooden Boat School, as well as a founding member of the site when it began offering classes in 2015.
Delaware County’s northern border is less than two hours from Kingston via Route 28. There are lots of opportunity to wind down and connect with nature. Maybe that sounds good to you, too. Here are a few suggestions along a circular route easily done in a day, and tailored to a world still somewhat pandemic-restricted.
When I told my best friend that I was writing an article on clutter cleaning, she told me that when she was cleaning out her attic she had found no less than three copies of Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui, a decluttering classic by Karen Kingston.
Hudsy descries itself as, “[k]ind of like if Netflix and high-quality public access television had a sultry romance that produced a digital TV baby.”
After a year without fried dough, truck pulls, and carnies, the fair will be returning to New Paltz this summer. The Ulster County Fair 2021 dates are August 3 to August 8.
The Woodstock Farm Festival is back for the season, in a new location and bigger than ever. Better yet, some of the popular traditional elements that were missing last year due to COVID-19 – sit-down dining, live music, hands-on activities for kids – are happening once again.
For those of us who’ve been cheering on the Women’s Studio Workshop since its founding in 1974 as a collective designed to give struggling women artists a safe place to learn, practice and thrive in a male-dominated field, the news this spring of the passing of one of its “foremothers” comes as an unthinkable blow.