Calendar of events

Saturday, March 23

Seed Starting for Kids

1:00 PM
Starting seeds when it is cold and snowy outside is a great way to get ready for Spring. We will be planting some seeds in containers that the children can take home to watch sprout and grow. When the weather and soil warms up, the seedlings can be …

St Pat's Ramble Parade

1:00 PM
Begins on Union Street and ends on lower Clinton Street in Montgomery. Line-up is at noon in front of Montgomery Elementary School-Union St.

The Lab Band & The Valley Central Voxtones

1:00 PM
Proceeds will benefit Moms Helping Moms Foundation. Great food, atmosphere, and student performed music, all for a great cause.

The Wizard of Oz

3:00 PM
Take the journey over the rainbow and down the yellow brick road with the New Rose Theatre and its contemporary ballet of The Wizard of Oz. Based on the work of L. Frank Baum, director/choreographer Dee Tabitha Wright weaves this American classic …

Mary Poppins

7:00 PM
The Marlboro High School Drama Club will present the musical "Mary Poppins" on Thursday, March 21, at 7 PM; Friday, March 22, at 7 PM; Saturday, March 23, at 2 PM and 7 PM; and Sunday, March 24, at 2 PM. Come take a "Jolly Holiday" and follow the …

Newsies

7:00 PM
Read all about it! Pine Bush High School presents “Newsies,” a musical inspired by the real-life Newsboy Strike of 1899, when a band of orphans and runaway newsboys go on a two-week-long strike against the powerful New York newspaper publishers.

THE ART OF MURDER–Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre

7:00 PM
Murder Cafe is back at Unison! Join us for another installment of Murder Cafe’s popular murder mystery dinner theater. Ticket include dinner, a show, and a chance to solve a mystery! Dinner provided by Bridge Creek Catering. Purchase tickets soon …

The Wizard of Oz

7:00 PM
Take the journey over the rainbow and down the yellow brick road with the New Rose Theatre and its contemporary ballet of The Wizard of Oz. Based on the work of L. Frank Baum, director/choreographer Dee Tabitha Wright weaves this American classic …

Greater Newburgh Symphony Orchestra

7:30 PM
“The One & the Many,” under the direction of Maestro Russell Ger, will feature the works of composing giants Mozart, Beethoven and Ravel performed by three soloists. Students are admitted free to Open seating. The snow date for the concert is …

Sunday, March 24

Congregation Agudas Israel Speaker Series

9:30 AM
All are welcome to join CAI for a light breakfast at 9:30 am followed by Gloria Goldreich’s discussion (10:10 am) of her recent novel An Author’s Insights: The Writing of The Bridal Chair (2015). Against the backdrop of the Nazi invasion of …

Intro to researching your family history

2:00 PM
Join the Marlborough Historical Society on Sunday, March 24 at 2 p.m. at the Milton Train Station, located at 41 Dock Road next to the Milton Landing Park on the Hudson River. Learn how to map out a family tree with Marlboro Library clerk, …

The General's Lady

2:00 PM
Inspired by Martha Washington, this event pays tribute to both the impact of noteworthy historical women, and to contemporary women making a difference in the field of history and preservation in the Hudson Valley. Lisa A. Easton, AIA, Principal of …

The Wizard of Oz

2:00 PM
Take the journey over the rainbow and down the yellow brick road with the New Rose Theatre and its contemporary ballet of The Wizard of Oz. Based on the work of L. Frank Baum, director/choreographer Dee Tabitha Wright weaves this American classic …

Organ concert

2:30 PM
On Sunday, March 24 at 2:30 pm, the West Point Class of 1936 Distinguished Organists Recital Series will present concert organist, Renée Ann Louprette, performing with Ivan Goff on the Irish pipes. This distinctive duet has performed in major …

Kairos: A Consort of Singers

3:00 PM
Kairos: A Consort of Singers, under the direction of Dr. Edward Lundergan, presents a concert of music by "The Killer Bs" Composers on the program include Benjamin Britten, Johannes Brahms, and Anton Bruckner, with the English Renaissance …

Murder Mystery Dinner Show, “Squire’s Inn”

4:00 PM
The plot involves an English tavern and an artifact from the time of Mary Queen of Scotts, and of course, murder ensues. Ticket includes dinner and show, hors d’oeuvres and dessert. There will be prizes and a donation bar.

Mary Poppins

7:00 PM
The Marlboro High School Drama Club will present the musical "Mary Poppins" on Thursday, March 21, at 7 PM; Friday, March 22, at 7 PM; Saturday, March 23, at 2 PM and 7 PM; and Sunday, March 24, at 2 PM. Come take a "Jolly Holiday" and follow the …

Monday, March 25

Bereavement Support Group

7:00 PM
This is a non-denominational support group sponsored by Catholic Charities for those who have lost a loved one to addiction. Please join us and connect with those who have shared this journey.

Tuesday, March 26

Art Show at the Wallkill Library

12:00 AM
The Wallkill Public Library will be sponsoring an Art Show (5 x 7, any medium, any theme), on Tuesday, March 26, at the library. There will be a canvas pickup starting now, at the library. All …

Film: Unbroken: : Path To Redemption

11:30 AM
The story of Olympian and WWII hero Louis Zamperini continues as he meets and marries the love of his life while struggling with his post-war angst, until a chance meeting with Billy Graham in 1949 changes both of their lives forever