Peotter began the process of coordinating the efforts of the New Paltz Climate Smart Task Force by doing “a deep dive into research,” she notes, learning what the certification process was all about. She got some help from a few SUNY New Paltz interns, and “together we all learned a lot and then got rolling.”
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The circus is coming to New Paltz – not just any circus, but the Cole All-Star Circus, founded in 1938: a mom-and-pop version of Cirque de Soleil, with acrobatic performances, jugglers, trapeze artists, fire-eaters and more. They are a fundraising organization dedicated to entertaining entire families while at the same time raising money for charitable causes. In the case of New Paltz, this would be for the new Hasbrouck Park Playground fund.
From the Feb. 20, 2020 edition: New sidewalks on Henry W. Dubois; Generator at Family Health building; Winter Tree ID walk at Burroughs; plus other local events and notes.
The ‘‘Our town’’ column is compiled each month for the New Paltz Times by Carol Johnson, coordinator of the Haviland-Heidgerd Historical Collection. The entries have been copied from the February issues of the New Paltz Independent.
It had been a long time since New Paltz won a Division title on the mat. And this one came down to Evan Jansen, the Huguenots 285-pound bruiser wrestling Wallkill’s Jackson Faider in the meet’s final match with New Paltz up a point at 39-38.
Ingredients include vegetable rice, black beans, coleslaw, guacamole, pico de gallo, onion marmalade, a sweet chili sauce and cilantro. But the star of it all is the tender, juicy, short rib.
A central, walkable location – like Hasbrouck Park – has been suggested.
For her senior research project, Jaimie Kaefer, a December 2019 graduate of the SUNY New Paltz Environmental Geochemical Science program, used wood samples from a recently demolished house adjacent to the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail between Rosendale and Kingston to determine the age of the structure.
Rosendale clown Dagen Julty, who goes by “Clown Lovejoy,” sees himself as proud heir to a grand and positive tradition. According to Julty, clowns have appeared in every human civilization, and the tradition has every indication of bumbling into humanity’s future.
Sunday afternoon’s weather was cloudy, with temperatures in the 40s: not too cold to hang out outdoors for a few hours, but deﬁnitely chilly enough to spur appetites for warming samples of the spicy concoctions.