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Join the Marlboro and other Ulster County libraries on Thursday, November 5 from 5 - 6 p.m. for a virtual presentation by college counseling consultant, Liz Levine as she discusses the details of the … more
The Highland Central School District Board of Education is seeking applicants for its new Climate & Culture/Racial Equity Committee, which is an ad-hoc advisory committee made up of … more
On October 4, at the Thomas Felton Community Park in the Town of Plattekill, a dedication ceremony was organized by the Plattekill Historical Preservation Society. The purpose of the event was to … more
Beginning on October 19, visit Cluett Schantz Memorial Park in Milton to view the Marlboro Library’s Storywalk® installation. A Storywalk® is a picture book that has been deconstructed … more
While many kids and families are practicing self-isolation and social distancing at home, many are looking for some fun and activities during the upcoming fall months ahead. Well, the Highland Public … more
Registration is now open for all 2020-2021 Modified, JV, and Varsity Winter sports. These sports include Modified Girls and Boys Basketball, Modified Cheerleading, Varsity and JV Girls and Boys … more
St. Augustine’s “One More Time” Thrift Shop has reopened with winter clothing and fall holiday items!  As always, masks are required and hand sanitizer will be … more
St. Augustine’s “One More Time Thrift Shop” volunteers would like to thank all our customers for their support this summer. It has been wonderful to see you again! Keeping … more
Join Holly Shelowitz, Culinary Nutrition Educator and Nutrition Counselor, virtually on Thursday, October 15 at 6 p.m. as she guides attendees’ step by step on how to create a delicious pot of … more
The state Department of Environmental Conservation will begin enforcement of the ban on single-use plastic carry-out bags starting next month. Enforcement in many stores had come to  … more
Are you currently enrolled in Medicare? Will you be turning 65 over the next year or two? On Wednesday, October 14 from 6 - 8 p.m., join James Farnham, MS, MBA, Licensed … more
Please consider participating in one of our HCSD Climate & Culture/Racial Equity Parent Focus Groups, facilitated by Dr. Gess LeBlanc. Approximately 6-8 District parents/guardians/caregivers will … more
The 2020 Summer Reading Program, “Imagine Your Story,” is now complete at the Sarah Hull Hallock Free Library .  And Bingo! -- Rachel Mackey won the Milton … more
Every fall, public libraries throughout New York State encourage their communities to volunteer and address community needs in The Great Give Back.  As the school term revs up, the Sarah Hull … more
The High School art department is looking for donations for a crafts class. They are looking for: fabric, yarn, Altoid or Sucrets tins, cardboard sheets, Styrofoam sheets, paper tubes, egg … more
I met up with Richard Flaherty and his 1978 Chrysler New Yorker Brougham recently at a cruise night in Highland NY. Richard, who lives in Dutchess County and who is in publishing and sales, is a car … more
The Town of Lloyd Police Benevolent Association presents its first annual Car, Truck and Bike Show. The event will be held on Saturday, September 26 from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. in Bridgeview Plaza … more
Looking for something fun and enriching to do with your free time?  Join the Marlboro Free Library online for these upcoming, virtual programs! For security purposes, ALL programs are … more
Please be aware that the park may be highly trafficked on favorable days. Boat launch parking spaces are LIMITED in town law. The parking of boat trailers is ONLY allowed on the east side of … more
The Marlboro Library has now resumed offering limited in-person services in addition to our enhanced virtual and curbside offerings.  Entry is at the front doors ONLY during select hours. … more
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