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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Ulster County libraries are offering free access to Tutor.com, which provides on-demand tutoring in a virtual meeting with a vetted
The Saugerties Historical Society is offering a historic calendar, councilwoman Leeanne Thornton said.
Kids made Halloween masks at the Saugerties Library last Friday afternoon. The mask-making exercise was followed by “Spooky Tales,” a dramatic reading of stories of the supernatural read by local volunteers in costume. The events are organized through a collaboration of the Saugerties Library and Shout Out Saugerties.
Saugerties VFW & American Legion Post 72 members participated in a clean-up day on Saturday, October 3.
“We should ask that people practice Covid-19 protocols, wear a mask, wear gloves,” Murphy said. Even better might be to leave the bowl of treats for the kids to take, sit nearby, and wish them a happy holiday.
The Ulster County “Food Fight” is a food collection contest held in cooperation with eleven libraries throughout Ulster County from
Jennifer Russell has seen and developed programs in the libraries she has worked in before, and she hopes to introduce some of them at the Saugerties Public Library, where she was hired as the director and began work on August 24.
The Saugerties Farmers’ Market is adapting to life in an atmosphere of coronavirus, as are most businesses. All patrons must be masked, and the area between the parking spaces in the lot and the market stalls is marked with circles to indicate the “social distance” patrons must maintain while waiting to be served at the stalls.
The Town of Saugerties will not be conducting its annual 911 ceremony this year, but it will be placing a wreath at the site of the 9/11 memorial on Friday, September 11, 8:46 a.m., at the Cantine Veterans’ Complex on Moser Drive. The placement of the wreath will be completed by one representative from fire, EMS and police. There will be no formal public ceremony, however, all wishing to pay tribute are invited to visit the memorial anytime throughout the day on September 11.