Calendar of events

Tuesday, March 26

GBS/CIDP Foundation Hudson Valley Chapter

4:00 PM
Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS) is an inflammatory disorder of the peripheral nerves outside the brain and spinal cord. Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy (CIDP) is a rare disorder of the peripheral nerves characterized by gradually …

Wednesday, March 27

AARP Smart Driver Class

9:00 AM
Get a discount on your auto insurance, or lower points on your license.

Luck of the Irish Mahjong Party

3:00 PM
Celebrate the season and fun. Bring your own set or use one of the libraries. Refreshments and raffles. Registration required.

Thursday, March 28

Seminar: New Beginnings, New Power and New Hope

Hosted by the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal .

Friday, March 29

Fish Fry

4:30 PM
Every Friday night during Lent. Hosted by the New Paltz Elks. Call 255-1633 for more information.

Fish Fry

5:00 PM
Every Friday night during lent. Hosted by the Msgr. Henry O’Carroll Knights of Columbus Council #444 .

Friday Night Lenten Dinner

5:00 PM
Hosted by K of C Council 5254 of Most Precious Blood. Let the Knights do the cooking on Fridays during Lent. Call (845) 778-6664 to reserve an order no later than Thursday for Fridays meal. All meals are $7 each. Take out only!

Lecture Series: Origins of the World's Religions

6:30 PM
Joseph Britto,, adjunct lecturer SUNY/Orange & Professor Emeritus SUNY/New Paltz provides a fascinating six - week overview of the origins of pre-history to present day religions, formal and informal, in global perspective. Please register for this …

Movies the Matter: Green Book

7:00 PM
Dr. Shirley is a world class African Pianist, who is about to embark on a tour of the deep south 1962. In need of a driver and protection, Shirley hires Tony Lip a tough talking bouncer from an Italian -American Bronx Neighborhood. Despite their …

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 …

BROOKS WILLIAMS–Bluer Than Blues

8:00 PM
At the crossroads of blues and American roots music you’ll find Brooks Williams. “Setting new standards and a fresh direction for the blues,” says Blues In Britain, and creating a “beautiful fusion” (Keys And Chords). Just when you think …

BROOKS WILLIAMS–Bluer Than Blues

8:00 PM
If country blues and Americana had a love-child it would be Brooks Williams. A mean finger-picker, a stunning slide guitarist and a singer with a voice, according to AmericanaUK, “that you just melt into.” fRoots says, “he really rocks!” …

Saturday, March 30

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 …

Lasagna Dinner

5:00 PM
A Lasagna Dinner, sponsored by the Gardiner Day Committee, will be held on Saturday, March 30th at the Gardiner Firehouse. Dinner is served from 5-8pm with continuous seating. Dinner includes salad, meatless lasagna, meatballs, Italian bread and …

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 …

Hike with Mohonk Preserve Hike Leaders

This is a 6-7 mile hike/spike/snowshoe. Free for Mohonk Preserve members,non-members pay the $15 day use fee.

Sunday, March 31

3rd Annual Souper Sunday

12:00 PM
Please join VFW Auxiliary Post 4947 in Wurtsboro at our 3rd Annual Souper Sunday on March 31, from 12-4. It is being held in the Community Room of the Mamakating Government Center, 2948 Route 209, Wurtsboro. There will be homemade soups, salad, …

Signs of Spring

1:00 PM
Meet at Mohonk Preserve Spring Farm Trailhead and join Mohonk Preserve Educator Anna Harrod on a guided tour and search for the first signs of spring. This program includes an easy 2-mile hike.

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 …

Latinos in Business Expo

Raffles and food sampling from both Mexican and Peruvian restaurants. Business owners will have unprecedented access to workshops on financing, maintaining motivation to grow your business and other important topics related to making your business a …