Calendar of events

Saturday, February 29

Drop-In Snowshoe Lessons at Sam’s Point Preserve

11:00 AM
This opportunity is being offered at 11:00 a.m. every Saturday in January, February, and March, weather permitting. It is designed for people who are beginners, interested in trying snowshoeing as a new winter activity. Each session will be run by a Sam’s Point employee who will provide instruction on how to properly wear and adjust the snowshoes, as well as work with you until you are ready to head out on your favorite trail with confidence. The lesson may last up to one hour. Snowshoes are available to rent for this program at a discounted rate of $5 per person at the Sam's Point Visitor Center.

Maple Sugar Tours

11:00 AM
Maple Sugaring Season is once again upon us and the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum is ready!

Totally Dedicated: Leonard Contino, 1940-2016

11:00 AM
A comprehensive retrospective and the largest exhibition to date of this extraordinary, self-taught, abstract artist.

Berry Pickers’ History Snowshoe and Movie

12:30 PM
Did you know the Shawangunk Ridge was once home to a thriving berry-picking industry? Discover this fascinating cultural history on a short guided snowshoe hike to the remains of cabins in a berry-picking encampment. Bring a lunch to enjoy while we warm up in the Visitor Center and watch a 27-minute documentary that presents stories from some Berry Pickers themselves.

Last Saturday Family Night Out Paint and Pilates

6:00 PM
Join the kids or drop them off for a fun night of painting, pilates and pizza! Art Instructor, Kat Gitto, will guide you in creating a work of art and Pilates Instructor, Angela Paul Gaito will help you work off that pizza and strengthen your body and mind with Pilates for all ages.

Bo-Nita

7:30 PM
Elizabeth Heffron’s tale of the dark young life of a spunky and undaunted 13-year-old girl played by acclaimed actor Terri Weagant and directed by Summer Wallace.

Bo-Nita

7:30 PM
Bo-Nita is a solo show that follows a mother and daughter's journey through a working class America of dwindling resources and the lengeths they must go through to stay together.

HUDSON VALLEY STRING QUARTET

8:00 PM
Happy Birthday Beethoven! To celebrate Beethoven's 250th year the Hudson Valley String Quartet will explore three eras of Beethoven's life through the lens of his string Quartets

She Kills Monsters

8:00 PM
Protagonist Agnes Evans is grieving for her younger sister, Tilly, when she discovers Tilly’s Dungeons & Dragons notebook. As she learns more about her sister’s passion for fantasy role-playing games, Agnes embarks on a journey through a world filled with homicidal fairies, nasty ogres, and new truths about Tilly’s true character. 

Christopher Sears’ Band

8:30 PM
Performing songs from new album, ‘Ticking Man’

Sunday, March 1

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.

Maple Sugar Tours

11:00 AM
Maple Sugaring Season is once again upon us and the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum is ready!

Totally Dedicated: Leonard Contino, 1940-2016

11:00 AM
A comprehensive retrospective and the largest exhibition to date of this extraordinary, self-taught, abstract artist.

Fly Tying Classes Offered

1:00 PM
Learn to create your own flies for fishing! Great to bring your young fisherman/fisherwoman to learn something different! 4-H and All Scouts are welcomed.

Health Talk-The Opioid Epidemic & Teenage Vaping

1:00 PM
Community Awareness Health Initiative Program Series,sponsored by the Federation of Jewish Men's Club Hudson Valley The first session will be at Temple Sinai sponsored by the Temple Sinai Men's Club. Presenters will be James Conklin, Director of the Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Council & Hal K Marcus, Professional Educator & Consultant , Middletown

Bo-Nita

2:00 PM
Bo-Nita is a solo show that follows a mother and daughter's journey through a working class America of dwindling resources and the lengeths they must go through to stay together.

She Kills Monsters

2:00 PM
Protagonist Agnes Evans is grieving for her younger sister, Tilly, when she discovers Tilly’s Dungeons & Dragons notebook. As she learns more about her sister’s passion for fantasy role-playing games, Agnes embarks on a journey through a world filled with homicidal fairies, nasty ogres, and new truths about Tilly’s true character. 

Irish Music Concert

3:00 PM
This program promises to be a lively, fun, and highly entertaining show with a mix of Irish, classic rock, oldies, originals, and pub favorites.

Concert for Recovery

4:00 PM
Phil Ciganer, proprietor of the Towne Crier Cafe on Main Street, is transforming a personal tragedy into a call for action. Following the recent loss of their 26-year-old son, Greyson, to opioid addiction, Phil and wife Mary are reaching out to the community with the "Concert for Recovery," featuring local and regional talent on Sunday, March 1, at 4 p.m. Donations are suggested, with proceeds benefiting Drug Crisis in Our Backyard, a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting individuals and families in the Hudson Valley who are struggling with addiction. The lineup for "Concert for Recovery" includes the Slambovian Underground, Kathleen Pemble, The Costellos, Jerry Lee, Boom Kat, Carla Springer & Russ St. George, Chihoe Hahn and others. Come hear some of the finest talent in the area while contributing to a worthy cause, and learn about the opioid abuse epidemic that is devastating individuals and families on the local and national level. If you or anyone you know is struggling with addiction and needs help, visit www.drugcrisisinourbackyard.org or reach out to the HopeLine at 877-846-7369.

Barber, McGinty, and Broadway | West Point Band Masterworks Concert Series

“Barber, McGinty, and Broadway” Sunday, March 1, 3:00 p.m., West Side Presbyterian Church, Ridgewood, NJ