Around the Valley events

Posted 4/22/22

Maybrook Railroad Museum opens SaturdayThe Maybrook Railroad Museum opens for the season on Saturday, April 23, and will be open every Saturday and Sunday, 1 - 4 p.m. through the month of October.The …

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Around the Valley events


Maybrook Railroad Museum opens Saturday
The Maybrook Railroad Museum opens for the season on Saturday, April 23, and will be open every Saturday and Sunday, 1 - 4 p.m. through the month of October.
The museum is filled with artifacts and photos from the Maybrook Rail Yard, when the village was a major rail hub for the northeast.
If you are interested in being a volunteer, please contact Robert Sandboothe at 778-7016.
The Maybrook Railroad Museum is located at the side entrance of the Village of Maybrook Government Center at 111 Schipps Lane.

Wallkill Woman’s Club to meet
The Wallkill Woman’s Club will have its next meeting on Tuesday, April 26 at 6 p.m., starting at the Wallkill Greenhouse (please note time and venue change). We will be touring the greenhouse and be treated to a demonstration on how to make a container garden.
If you would also like to participate in making your own container garden the cost will be $20, please bring a 10”container and gardening gloves (soil will be provided by the greenhouse).
The regular monthly business meeting will follow at 7 p.m. at Popp’s Pavilion, light refreshments will be served. Visitors and new members are welcome.

Upcoming Wallkill events

For the twelfth year, Wallkill’s Clean Sweep is encouraging the community’s residents, businesses and organizations to clean the streets in your neighborhood or help with the Wallkill River cleanup.
All volunteers should come to the Wallkill Public Library on Saturday April 23 at 9 a.m. (rain date Sunday April 24) to pick up orange trash bags for the trash collected and note the streets or roadways you will be cleaning. Kayakers and boaters are needed to help remove debris from the river. Volunteers are encouraged to bring their own work gloves, wear boots or sturdy shoes and dress for the weather. For more information, contact, call/text: 633-5136 or visit:
Saturday April 30 is the annual Shawangunk Town Wide Yard Sale. If you want to have a yard sale, but are without a yard, or perhaps live in a location further away from the hamlet, consider joining other families and renting a space at Popp Memorial Park for $20. If you are having a sale in your yard, and you want to have your address on our yard sale list, please text your address to 527-6230 by April 27.
Vision of Wallkill and Wallkill High School’s Senior Celebration Committee will host their inaugural Duck Derby on the Wallkill River on Saturday, May 14 at 3 p.m. Support this event by adopting a duck and watch the derby to help benefit Wallkill’s senior class. Yellow rubber ducks will be launched into the Wallkill River, each contending to cross the finish line at Popp Park to claim the coveted “Fastest Duck” award and cash prize. Tickets will be available at upcoming community events on April 23 including Wallkill Area Youth Soccer, Wallkill Area Little Leage, and in the Wallkill Library during regular business hours.
Details for all Vision of Wallkill events can be found on VOW’s Facebook and Instagram pages, or call/text 527-6230.


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