Work patterns have changed. Huge numbers of jobs have been rendered virtual, shifted commutes from hours and minutes to the seconds it takes to get from one’s kitchen to whatever you’re calling an office.
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Not to be missed is the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art’s New Folk exhibition, Jim Holl’s solo show of paintings and sculptures at Lockwood Gallery, a four-person exhibition of paintings at Green Kill, and works by Judy Pfaff and the three prizewinners of the Midtown Arts District’s first annual group show at the Arts Society of Kingston. All the shows are up through October.
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan and the Ulster County Office for the Aging announced yesterday the two recipients of the county’s annual Senior of the Year award: Frances Drakert of Ulster Park and Thomas Wadnola of Lake Katrine.
Catholic Charities of Orange, Sullivan and Ulster invites community members to visit its pop-up farmstand on Thursday, October 8 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 80 Elmendorf Street in Kingston on the grounds of 2nda Iglesia La Mision.
The Walkway over the Hudson and the Hudson Valley Rail-Trail were flooded with visitors this past weekend for their annual Walktoberfest, an outdoor celebration of local fare and farms as well as of the autumnal beauty of the Hudson Valley.
The Ulster County “Food Fight” is a food collection contest held in cooperation with eleven libraries throughout Ulster County from
In an inversion of normal that is par for the Covid-19 course, emails from several local venues in recent weeks have explicitly requesting that their events and who is performing and when not be mentioned. Actual billable hours are being spent on audience deterrence and show denial. The state is serious about enforcement.
The Christopher Bamba Community Swimming Education Fund aims to help provide swimming instruction for those in the community who wouldn’t otherwise be able to afford it.
The fifth annual Art Walk Kingston will take place on September 26 and 27, from noon to 5 p.m. Visitors and residents are invited to explore Kingston and immerse themselves in a range of art and events. Paintings, photographs, textiles, drawings, and sculptures will be on display across the city at private exhibition spaces, galleries and an online virtual gallery for those who want to explore the art from the comfort of their homes.
Theatre on the Road and the Old Dutch Church in Kingston will offer living-history tours Saturdays in October in the cemetery of the church. Guests will take a trip across three centuries and meet seven characters who made Kingston the place to be.