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Tuesday, Aug. 18

Healthy Orange Farmers Market:10 a.m.2 p.m., Aug. 18, green lot on Broadway, Newburgh, next to the DMV Building at 130 Broadway. Come get freshly picked fruits and vegetables, grown right in Orange County. The market features fresh vegetables, fruits, herbs, honey, soap, eggs, chicken, and delicious baked goods, as well as craft items. Farmers accept EBT/SNAP, WIC, Senior and Veteran Coupons,FreshConnectCoupons, and cash. EBT purchases receive extraFreshConnectCoupons. Masks are required for shopping at the market. 360-6691.

Zoom Friendly Visitor Volunteer Training:10 a.m. Aug. 18.Jewish Family Service of Orange County invites you to become a Friendly VisitorVolunteer in Orange County. This 90-minute training prepares potential volunteers to provide support to older adults inyour own communities.For about 3 hours a week or less, volunteers provide local transportation to essential appointments, grocery shopping and friendly visits. Volunteering is rewarding and flexible. Reservations are required for this event.To register or to learn more about volunteering,call or email Paula Blumenau at 341-1173 ext.305 orpblumenau@jfsorange.org. Background checks and Insurance while volunteeringareprovided.

Page Turner Adventures - ProjectDay Virtual Program:Noon-12:30 p.m. Aug. 18, Newburgh,Free Library, Newburgh. Tune in for crafts, games, experiments, recipes, all kinds of activities that change every week. 563-3616.Lkochik@rcls.org.

NYS Unclaimed Funds:6-7 p.m. Aug. 18,MamakatingLibrary, Wurtsboro, free. Learn about NYS Unclaimed Funds. Hear search tipsandinstruction on obtaining money that is owed to you from NewYorkState. To register for this free Zoom program, emailmamcirc@rcls.org. Led by Leah Solomon of the Office of the State Comptroller.888-8004.mamcirc@rcls.org.

AccomplisedNewburgh NASA Ambassador Teacher toSpeakbassadorBrings NASA to theClaassader:7:30-9:15 p.m. Aug. 18, Aleen Toback will talk about her role in having students gather and interpret research for NASA and other scientific organizations. The presentation will be made via Zoom and will be sponsored by theMid HudsonAstonomicalAssociation.Toback has been a life science teacher at the Heritage Middle School in Newburgh for 22 years. Sheis an Educational Ambassador for GoddardSpacefightCenter, aliasonfor the GoddardSpacefightCenter Office of Stem Management at the Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York City, and a trainee for the Global Observations to Benefit Earth (GLOBE) program. The presentation will follow the regularly scheduled meeting of the MHAA which begins at 7:30. All are invited to both. To access the 8 PM talk or the meeting and talk go tomidhudsonastro.organd register "ATTEND" at their Meetup site.631-553-1144, 245-5483.

Wednesday, Aug. 19

Page Turner Adventures: Author and Illustrator Day Virtual Program:Noon-12:30 p.m. Aug. 19, Newburgh Free Library,Newburgh.Tune in to meet some amazing guest book creators! Read-alongs, book trivia, and activities are all part of the fun.563-3623.Sscoggan@rcls.org.

Virtual Out & About Book Club:8:30 p.m. Aug. 19, book pick, Real Lifeby Brandon Taylor. Just because we cant be Out & About doesnt mean we cant still have a great book club meeting! Digitalebooksand audiobooks are available through Libby or call the library for a hard copy. Register via theCornwall Public Librarysonline calendarat cornwallpubliclibrary.org.Zoom links will be emailed to registrants the day of the book.

Thursday, Aug. 20

Mystery Book Discussion:2 p.m. Aug. 20, book pick, Worthy Brown's Daughterby Philip Margolin. Join a Zoom meeting to discuss a mystery novel with fellow readers. Digitalebooksand audiobooks are available through Libby and hoopla.Register via the Cornwall Public Librarysonline calendarat cornwallpubliclibrary.org.Zoom links will be emailed to registrants the day of the book club.

Yoga for Kids Series Virtual Program:3-3:50 p.m. Aug. 20, Newburgh Free Library, Newburgh, free. Join a 6-week series of Yoga for kids, ages 7-10, presented by Ms. Susan from Rae of Light Studio. Learn to relax and refocus your attention as you head back to school. Registration foreachprogram session is required. Include an email address in registration for confirmation and program link. This series will be presented via Zoom or a combination of Zoom and in-person, conditions permitting. 563-3616,Lkochik@rcls.org.

Diane Lang presents Staying Positive During Trying Times Virtual Program:6:30 p.m. Aug. 20.With gloom and doom around us, it can be hard to find the positive. Isolation has many of us feeling sad and anxious. But it is possible to stay positive, feel hopeful and reduce stress/anxiety during these turbulent times. Diane is an acclaimed author and therapist. She is a noted speaker and positive living coach who has presented a number of programs at the Ethelbert B. Crawford Library. This virtual program is another program provided by the Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library in Monticello. Registration is limited to 75 registrants. Please register online atebcpl.org, click on adult calendars and then click on August. You will find your program there. 794-4660.

Frederick Douglass speaks on Women's Suffrage:6:30-7:30 p.m. Aug. 20,MamakatingPublic Library, Wurtsboro, free. In recognition of the ratification of the 19th Amendment on August 18, 1920 giving women citizens of the U.S the right to vote -- actor Oliver King will present an oration given by Frederick Douglass to the International Council of Women in Washington, D.C. in April 1888. In the speech, Frederick Douglass acknowledges the tremendous work of Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton on behalf of women's rights. To register and to receive a Zoom login, emailmamcirc@rcls.orgor call 888-8004.

Ten Mile River Museum Talk "Uncovering Unconscious Bias":7-8:30 p.m. Aug. 20, Ten Mile River Museum,1481 County Rd. 26,Narrowsburg, free. You will learn and practice techniques designed to reduce bias and help you make better choices. Scouts can use lessons learned for the recently introduced Diversity & Inclusion Merit Badge. It will be conducted by Lorne Epstein, ODKM graduate student. He has twenty-four years as an HR professional. His book,Youre Hired! Interview Skills to Get the Jobhas been downloaded over a half-million times worldwide. Museum Chairman MichaelDrillingerwill moderate. A Q&A will occur at its conclusion. 201-716-9261.mitchell.slepian@gmail.com.

Friday, Aug. 21

Story BreakLive!:11 a.m. Aug. 21, every Fri. Think youre too old for a childrens book? The Cornwall Public Librarys Youth Services Team begs to disagree. Celebrate TGIF with a familiar library face and a good story. You can catch these live events on the LibrarysFacebookpage ,through the summer. Cornwallpubliclibrary.org.

Putt Fore Paws:11 a.m. Aug. 21, Apple Green Golf Course, 161 South St., Highland.This year's event will include live mobile scoring and leaderboard, a raffle, grab-&-go lunch provided by Apple Greens Catering, and trophies for top dog among men's single and women's single, and best two-some and best four-some. Social distancing measures will be used. Tickets available atbrownpapertickets.com/event/4681887.Call the shelter front desk if you'd like to purchase raffle tickets without purchasing tickets to attend.

Teen Yoga Nidra Virtual Program:3-4:15 p.m. Aug. 21, Newburgh Free Library, Newburgh, free. Teens age 11-17 are invited to join in a gentle yoga class with guided meditation. Make time for yourself, de-stress from school, and unwind before your weekend. Presented by Ms. Susan from Rae of Light Studios. Program is offered once a month through December. Registration for each program session is required. Include an email address in registration for confirmation and program link. This series will be presented via Zoom or a combination of Zoom and in-person, conditions permitting. Check back for details.563-3616.Lkochik@rcls.org.

SparrowbushEngine Companyannual ChickenBBQ Take Out:4-7 p.m. Aug. 22, donation$12, includes chicken, corn on the cob, baked potato and desert, ticket available from any SECO member or call 856-5047 to reserve your tickets.

Saturday, Aug. 22

Spartan Race Tri-State NY Sprint 2020: 7:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Aug. 22, Anthony Wayne Recreation Area, Palisades Interstate Parkway Exit 17, Bear Mountain, $79. Spartan Sprint - 3 mi / 5 km, 20 Obstacles 3 miles that will change your life. The Sprint is the perfect distance, whether you're starting your Spartan journey, or you're returning to crush your last time. The Spartan Sprint is the starting line of champions.US@Spartan.com.

Lois & Matt Present Music Tells a Story Virtual Program:1-1:45 p.m. Aug. 22, Newburgh Free Library, Newburgh. Enjoy a music education program for children and caregivers exploring music and imagination, created by Lois Hicks-Wozniak and Matthew Wozniak. Celebrate the summer of Imagine Your Story with music and fun in this program created for the Newburgh Free Library! Lois Hicks-Wozniak, alto saxophone,ukelele.Matthew Wozniak, bass trombone. 563-3616.Lkochik@rcls.org.

Sunday, Aug. 23

The Suffragists- Fight for the Vote in Sullivan County:2-4 p.m. Aug. 23, Time and the Valleys Museum, 332 Main St.,Grahamsville. Women won the right to vote after decades of struggle and against strong opposition from men - and some women - who feared that government would be placed "under petticoat rule." Ultimately, it was effective leadership and the development of what became known as "the winning plan" that turned the tide. Sullivan County Historian John Conway examines their strategies, the impact of World War I on the movement, and some prominent local leaders, including Elizabeth Worth Muller. 985-7700,info@timeandthevalleysmuseum.org.

Monday, Aug. 24

Introduction to Alzheimer's Virtual Program:3-4 p.m. Aug. 24, Newburgh Free Library, Newburgh. This presentation from the Alzheimer's Association Hudson Valley Chapter touches on the impact of Alzheimer's, risk factors and warning signs, resources and how you can join the fight against the disease. This presentation will be broadcast live on the Librarys Facebook page. 563-3619.Cmorgan@rcls.org.

Tuesday, Aug. 25

Healthy Orange Farmers Market:10 a.m.2 p.m., Aug. 25, green lot on Broadway, Newburgh, next to the DMV Building at 130 Broadway. Come get freshly picked fruits and vegetables, grown right in Orange County. The market features fresh vegetables, fruits, herbs, honey, soap, eggs, chicken, and delicious baked goods, as well as craft items. Farmers accept EBT/SNAP, WIC, Senior and Veteran Coupons,FreshConnectCoupons, and cash. EBT purchases receive extraFreshConnectCoupons. Masks are required for shopping at the market. 360-6691.

Tuesday at Two Book Discussion:2-3 p.m. Aug. 25, AlgonquinPark, Townof Newburgh.Meet atAlgonquin Park for a discussion from 100 Years of the Best American Short Stories available from Hoopla. The title of the short story everyone will read is Katherine Anne Porter'sTheCracked Looking-Glass. Everyone should read onemore shortstory in the collection of their own choosing. Rain date, if necessary, will be announced at a later date. For a copy of the book at Hoopla go tohoopladigital.com/title/13391448.563-3629.Psussmann@rcls.org.

Life as a Blue Man:6:30 p.m. Aug. 26, join The Cornwall Library for a discussion with local Cornwall library patron, Mark Frankel, a Blue Man in the internationally renowned performance piece Blue Man Group. This is a presentation on Zoom and registration is required via the librarysonline calendarat cornwallpubliclibrary.org. Zoom links will be emailed to registrants the day of the program.534-8282.

Thursday, Aug. 27

Yoga for Kids Series Virtual Program:3-3:50 p.m. Aug. 27, Newburgh Free Library, Newburgh, free. Join a 6-week series of Yoga for kids, ages 7-10, presented by Ms. Susan from Rae of Light Studio. Learn to relax and refocus your attention as you head back to school. Registration for each program session is required. Include an email address in registration for confirmation and program link. This series will be presented via Zoom or a combination of Zoom and in-person, conditions permitting. 563-3616,Lkochik@rcls.org.

Virtual Escape Room:5:30 p.m. Aug. 27,for Grades 6-12. Limited space registervia the librarysonline calendarat cornwallpubliclibrary.org, starting a week before the event. Zoom links will be emailed the day of the event. 534-8282.

Virtual Book Chat & Chocolate:6:30 p.m. Aug. 27, book pick, Queen Beeby Dorothea Benton Frank. Join the Hudson Valleys sweetest book group in a virtual Zoom meeting. Books and audios available on Hoopla.com. Register via the librarysonline calendarat cornwallpubliclibrary.org. Zoom links will be sent out to registrants on the day of the book club. 534-8282.

Bonnie Lewis presents Tai Chi for Arthritis Part 2 Virtual Program:6:30 p.m. Aug. 27. Bonnie J. Lewis, RN and Certified Instructor, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Sullivan County will present the second part of her benefits of TaiChi forarthritis. The first part was very well received and Bonnie is back to explain in more depth how Tai Chican increase strength,posture, relaxation, prevent falls and reduce stress. This virtual program is provided by Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library in Monticello. Registration is limited to 75 registrants. Please register online atebcpl.org, click on adult calendars and then click on August. 794-4660.

Friday, Aug. 28

Story BreakLive!:11 a.m. Aug. 28, every Fri.This is your last chance to celebrate TGIF with a familiar library face and a good story. You can catch these live events on the Cornwall Public LibraryFacebookpage. Tune in and tell your friends!Cornwallpubliclibrary.org.

Saturday, Aug. 29

CragsmoorFree LibraryGyrotonicClass:9 a.m. Aug. 29,CragsmoorFree Library, 355CragsmoorRd., outdoor (weather permitting)Gyrotonicclass, limited to 6 participants, $15 per person. RSVP 647-4611 or emailnancy@cragsmoorfreelibrary.info.

Tuesday, Sept. 1

Healthy Orange Farmers Market:10 a.m.2 p.m., Sept. 1, green lot on Broadway, Newburgh, next to the DMV Building at 130 Broadway. Come get freshly picked fruits and vegetables, grown right in Orange County. The market features fresh vegetables, fruits, herbs, honey, soap, eggs, chicken, and delicious baked goods, as well as craft items. Farmers accept EBT/SNAP, WIC, Senior and Veteran Coupons,FreshConnectCoupons, and cash. EBT purchases receive extraFreshConnectCoupons. Masks are required for shopping at the market. 360-6691.

Sunday, Sept. 6

CANCELED -Onion Festival:2-6 p.m. Sept. 6, PLAV Pavilion, 16 Legion Rd., Pine Island, tickets $20, JimmySturr& His Orchestra, onion eating contest sponsored by the Pine Island Chamber plus food and fun, special tribute to first responders, healthcare and medicalpersonnel .Classic cars are welcome to attend and display their vehicles and will be admitted to festival free of charge.

Friday, Sept. 11

CANCELED - The Candlelight Remembrance Ceremony:Was to be held Sept. 11, Veterans Memorial Park, Matamoras, Pa.

Saturday, Sept. 12

6thannual Fiesta Latina:10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sept. 12, Museum Village, 1010 Route 17M, Monroe,free, donations appreciated,celebrating Family, Faith and Country, vendors focused on culture, family activities, food, live musicincluding Julian Vasquez. All proceeds support Museum Village.

Practice Sustainable Living:9 a.m.-4 p.m. Sept. 12, Manza Family Farm, 4 Hathorn Road, Warwick. Orange Environment, Inc. is sponsoring two workshops. During the morning session from 9 a.m.-noon, the Essentials of Natural Building instructor, Jamie Manza, will guide you in how to use natural materials like clay paints, cob, straw, and stone in natural building for applications around your home (fee is $45). The afternoon session on Rainwater Catchment runs from 1:30-4 p.m. and will be led by Frank Dragone. A 55-gallon drum will be provided to each participant so you can build your own water collection system (fee is $65). CDC Guidelines will be followed and total participants will be limited to 15 to provide for safe social distancing of 6-feet apart and masks will be required. Please bring your own masks, snacks, drinks, and/or lunch (if you are staying for both sessions). Visitorangeenvironment.comto print out a registration form and contact Peter Lai at 313-4246 or emailpeterl@frontiernet.netfor more info. Then mail your check, made out to Orange Environment, Inc., to Orange Environment Inc., P.O. Box 25, Goshen, NY 10924. *If attending both sessions or are an Orange Environment, Inc. member, a $10 discount will apply. 313-4246.peterl@frontiernet.net.

Tuesday, Sept. 15

Legal and Financial Planning for Alzheimers Disease Virtual Program:6-7 p.m. Sept. 15,if you or someone you know is affected by Alzheimers disease or dementia, the time for legal and financial planning is now. Join in on a free virtual program to learn about important legal and financial issues you may face and how to put plans in place featuring Martin Hersh, Esq. To register visitsullivancce.org, emailsullivan@cornell.edu, or call 292-6180.

Saturday, Sept. 19

Chicken B.B. Q.:Sept. 19, Ulster Heights Rod and Gun Club, Sherman Rd., Ellenville. Take outs only. Pre-pay $12. For Reservations, call 647-5190.

Sunday, Sept. 20

Music for relaxation Virtual Concert:3 p.m. Sept. 20, featuring Frank V. Schwartz, pianist, viewable on Town of Lumberland.org and Town of Lumberland Facebook. 856-6732. Presentedby Townof Lumberland Cultural Series.

Saturday, Sept. 26

ContactlessDrive-thru Chicken BBQFundraiser:4-6:30 p.m., Time and the Valleys Museum parking lot, 332 Main St., Route 55,Grahamsville,The BBQ includes, half BBQ chicken, baked potato, coleslaw, baked beans, cornbread, brownie and ice cream. Tickets are $12 per meal and are availableattimeandthevalleysmuseum.org/product/chicken-takeout-bbq-tickets/, by calling 985-7700, by sending a check to,Time and the Valleys Museum, P.O. Box 254,GrahamsvilleNY 12740, or emailing info@timeandthevalleysmuseum.org.

Sunday, Oct. 4

Doggie Dash 2020:11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Oct. 4, HITS-on-the-Hudson, 454 Washington Ave., Saugerties.The 3rd annual Doggie Dash is the only 5k fun run/3k walk where you can bring your dog,in the process of designing this as a 2020 virtual event.Registration is $25 and is accepted viaraceentry.com.VisitUCSPCA.orgor contact the shelter for more information.All proceeds from the race will benefit the Ulster County SPCA.

Thursday, Oct. 15

CANCELED -Holocaust Remembrance Day Program:7-9 p.m. Oct. 15, Temple Sinai, 75 Highland Ave., Middletown. Featured speaker is Dr. RonaldIsraelskiwill tell the story of his parents who were survivors of the concentration camps. There will be candle lighting in memory of those who did not survive. 343-1861.

Saturday, Oct. 24

The Warwick Valley Quilters Guild Stars of the Valley Quilt Show:Oct. 24-25, TheSanfordvilleElementary School, 144SanfordvilleRd., Warwick. Local quilters from N.Y., N.J., Pa., and Conn., will show more than 150 quilts, and wall hangings. Speakers areTimnaTarr and Lisa Shepard Stewart. Vendors will offer machines, furniture, fabrics, and sewing accessories in addition to raffle prizes.pattiewhelan@yahoo.com. Warwickvalleyqg.org.

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