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Saturday, April 18

New Windsor Free Pet Vaccination Clinic

10:00 AM
To safeguard the health of Orange County residents and their pets, the Department of Health in cooperation with the Town of New Windsor will be holding a free animal rabies vaccination clinic on Saturday, April 18th from 10:00 a.m. to noon in the Town of New Windsor. The clinic will be held at the Town of New Windsor Highway Department. The building is located on the Stewart International Airport Grounds at 196 Perimeter Road, New Windsor. There will be entrance and directional signs posted the day of the even

Michelangelo Pistoletto’s Comizi (1965­–1966): Pop, Protest, and Politics in Early Arte Povera

3:00 PM
As part of its spring season, Magazzino Italian Art Foundation presents "Una visione globale": Arte Povera's Worlds, a four-part lecture series exploring new insights into Arte Povera.

Oyster Supper

5:00 PM
The First Presbyterian Church in Montgomery will be having their anticipated annual Oyster Supper. It is Saturday, April 18 with continuous serving from 5 pm to 7 pm. The tickets are $27 for take-outs and $32 for eat-in. The Fall Supper was canceled because of lack of availability and price of oysters. For information or tickets, please call the office at 457-5383.

Sunday, April 19

Bliss Body Yoga with Linda: Gentle, Therapeutic Yoga for Every Body Sunday Mornings

9:00 AM
Every Sunday! Therapeutic Gentle Yoga for Your Body & Soul. No experience needed. Feel better in your body. Perfect for everyone who wants to feel good. Visit www.blissbodyoga.com for more information.

Temple Sinai Adult Education Series Presents a talk on the book The Accusation Blood Libel in an American Town by Edward Bernenson

2:00 PM
Author Edward Berenson will talk about his book, The Accusation Blood Libel in an American Town on Sunday April 19 at 2PM at Temple Sinai,

Monday, April 20

Cancelled

Tai Chi Classes

10:00 AM
The Montgomery Senior Center, in conjunction with the Orange County Office for the Aging is offering a complimentary 8-week (16 session) Tai Chi Program. Classes start March 2 and continue every Monday and Wednesday until April 22. All are welcome. If you plan on attending, please call Melanie Turner at 845-615-3736.

Holocaust Remembrance Day Program at Temple Sinai, Monday, April 20 at 7PM

7:00 PM
The Orange County Community is invited to join together in Temple Sinai, Middletown, NY on Monday Evening April 20,2020 at 7PM for the Holocaust Remembrance Day Program .

Tuesday, April 21

Stained Glass Voices - open invitation for acoustic rock choir

7:00 PM
Tuesday evening rehearsals. This is acoustic rock - pop and praise. All level of singers and players welcome. Not your average church choir. Live public performances planned throughout the year.

Wednesday, April 22

Shawangunk Playgroup Every Wednesday

9:30 AM
A place for local families with children from birth through preschool aged to play and socialize together.

Go Time! Kids' Play Group Pop Up Event!

10:00 AM
Come run around and play with other TODDLERS and their caregivers in a warm, safe, indoor environment! TONS OF FUN + bikes, toys, balls, books and much more!

CHAIR YOGA WITH ROBIN

5:30 PM
Chair yoga every Wednesday at Walden Jewish Community Center, 20 Pine Street in Walden. 5:30 - 6:15.

Saturday, April 25

Newburgh Community Cleanup

8:30 AM
Join us for our 10th annual Newburgh Community Cleanup on Saturday, April 25 at 8:30 a.m. and be part of what is GREAT in the City of Newburgh! The Community Cleanup will kick off a city-wide effort to keep Newburgh clean and green all year long. Start/Finish at Safe Harbors of the Hudson, 111 Broadway, Newburgh Heavy duty gloves and garbage bags will be provided. For event information, contact June Henley at 845.784.1110 • jhenley@safe-harbors.org. For information about volunteering, contact Jeanne Traugot at 845.784.1107 • jtraugot@safe-harbors.org. Please print and complete the available waiver form on our website, www.safe-harbors.org Thank you to our sponsors: Newburgh Enlarged City School District, Newburgh Lions, Mount Saint Mary College, RUPCO, Taylor Montgomery, LLC, Montefiore St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital, Farmers Insurance, Central Hudson, Devitt’s Nursery & Supply, EAMCO, Newburgh Community Land Bank, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh, Newburgh Heights Association, City of Newburgh, Newburgh Rotary, Sonata Group, Mid-Hudson Times, Unitex Textile Rental Services, Bimbo Bakeries USA, Walden Savings Bank, Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange County.

Hudson Valley Draft Horse Association Spring Plow

10:00 AM
We will be plowing the field with horses, mules and oxen. You will be able to speak to the teamsters, get up close to their draft animals and so much more

Sunday, April 26

Bliss Body Yoga with Linda: Gentle, Therapeutic Yoga for Every Body Sunday Mornings

9:00 AM
Every Sunday! Therapeutic Gentle Yoga for Your Body & Soul. No experience needed. Feel better in your body. Perfect for everyone who wants to feel good. Visit www.blissbodyoga.com for more information.

Wine & Sign Fundraiser

12:00 PM
Let's Wine and Sign! A twist on a sip and paint, everyone creates their own hand painted pine wood signs to take home. 

Tuesday, April 28

Stained Glass Voices - open invitation for acoustic rock choir

7:00 PM
Tuesday evening rehearsals. This is acoustic rock - pop and praise. All level of singers and players welcome. Not your average church choir. Live public performances planned throughout the year.

Wednesday, April 29

Shawangunk Playgroup Every Wednesday

9:30 AM
A place for local families with children from birth through preschool aged to play and socialize together.

Go Time! Kids' Play Group Pop Up Event!

10:00 AM
Come run around and play with other TODDLERS and their caregivers in a warm, safe, indoor environment! TONS OF FUN + bikes, toys, balls, books and much more!

CHAIR YOGA WITH ROBIN

5:30 PM
Chair yoga every Wednesday at Walden Jewish Community Center, 20 Pine Street in Walden. 5:30 - 6:15.

Saturday, May 2

Rock the Ridge

6:00 AM
Rock The Ridge is a 50-mile endurance challenge and environmental fundraiser set in the natural beauty of Mohonk Preserve, a vast, nonprofit nature preserve situated in the mid-Hudson Valley of New York State. The goal is to traverse a 50-mile course within 24 hours by walking, hiking, or running. The course winds along carriage roads and paths through the forests and over the ridgelines of the Preserve, lands which The Nature Conservancy has described as “one of Earth's last great places.”