Community Calendar

 

GRACE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
468 BROADWAY, NEWBURGH

PASTOR REV. JEFFREY L. HOOKER

SUMMER HOURS: ONE SERVICE AT 10:00AM. THROUGH LABOR DAY SUNDAY.

THANK YOU, BARBARA ALBRECHTSEN/CHURCH MEMBER/ASST. PUBLICITY CHAIRPERSON
The Healthy Orange Farmers Market in Newburgh will open on Tuesday, July
11 and will run every Tuesday from 10-2 until October 24. The Market is located in the open green lot on Broadway, next to the DMV Building at 130 Broadway (cross street Landers). Items for sale include fresh local vegetables, fruit, honey, herbs, soaps and lotions. On July 11 Veterans Coupons will be distributed. On July 25, Senior
Coupons and Veterans Coupons will be distributed to eligible community
members. For additional information, call 845-360-6691

Moffat Library of Washingtonville 2017 Summer Reading Program
June 26 – July 24 This Year’s Theme is: BUILD A BETTER WORLD!
Registration for Summer Reading Program & activities begins Monday, June 12 in person @ the library and online @ https://ny.evanced.info/moffat/sr/homepage.asp
Newburgh Library Comic Con
This year NFLXpo17 will be held on Sat., July 8 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. and includes vendors, authors, an American Sci-Tech Exhibit of robotics, panel presentations, a costume contest and more.
The Newburgh Free Library will also offer a four-week program called “Art Smart” to encourage children to use paint and collage to build “story quilts” based on the work of well-known children’s illustrators. This program, funded by a grant from Arts Mid-Hudson, will be held inside in the lobby from Jul. 17 – Aug. 11, Mon. – Thurs. from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
“Our goal is to get kids excited to visit the Library. We want children to experience something different, discover something new, and in the process build a life-long love of reading and learning,” said Lisa Kochik, children’s librarian. A complete schedule of happenings for kids and adults can be found at the Library’s Calendar of Events at http://www.newburghlibrary.org.
For additional information about the library, please call 845-563-3600.
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GOT THE BATHING SUIT BLUES? Join Summer Bodyfit and lose!!!!!! Wednesday July 5—Wed. August 30, 2017 (8 wk. program) A well balanced exercise program that includes aerobics and body scultping! Classes are held MONDAY and WEDNESDAY evening from 7:00–8:00 pm at St. Mary,s CYO in Washingtonville! ALL ARE WELCOME!!!! Certified instructor: for more info: Diane at 782-5418

Ongoing
• Village of Washingtonville exercise program that includes low impact aerobics, strength training, circuit/interval, cardio karate, core conditioning and more. Spring session goes until June 20. All four classes are included in the fee. Monday/Wednesday 9:15 a.m. to 10:15 am at the CYO and Tuesday/Thursday evenings 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Roundhill school. All are welcome. Certified instructor. Call Diane at 782-5418.
• The Village of Washingtonville’s Bodyfit exercise program that includes low impact aerobics, strength training, circuit/interval, cardio karate, core conditioning and more. All are welcome. Certified instructor: Diane 782-5418.
• The Knitting and Crocheting Group in New Windsor meets Fridays from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at the Morasco Recreation Center in New Windsor (behind New Windsor Town Hall) off Union Avenue. No experience or need help? Current attendees have a wide range of experience and are happy to share. The group creates projects for its members and for charities like Project Linus and Newburgh Ministries. All levels of experience are invited to join in the camaraderie. It’s free and open to anyone 18 and over.
• The New Windsor Seniors hold their meeting on the first and third Friday of each month at 1 p.m. in the Town of New Windsor Recreation Center beneath the Ambulance Corps. All seniors 55 and older are welcome to join. Call 563-0105 with any questions.
• The new Washingtonville Kiwanis Club meets on the first and third Mondays at 7 p.m. at the Blooming Grove Senior Community Center on Horton Road in Blooming Grove, next to the police station. For more information contact Mary Soderberg at zanesdame@yahoo.com or 845-496-4827.

 

 

 

 

 

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GRACE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 468 BROADWAY, NEWBURGH PASTOR REV. JEFFREY L. HOOKER SUMMER HOURS: ONE SERVICE AT 10:00AM. THROUGH LABOR DAY SUNDAY. THANK YOU, BARBARA ALBRECHTSEN/CHURCH MEMBER/ASST. PUBLICITY CHAIRPERSON

 

BULL STONE HOUSE OPEN FOR TOURS JUNE 17, 2017

The William Bull and Sarah Wells Stone House will participate in the ILoveNY Path Through History Event Campbell Hall, NY, May 31, 2017– The Bull Stone House and New World Dutch Barn will be open for tours on Saturday June 17, 2017 from 1:00 – 4:00 pm as part of the ILoveNY Path Through History Weekend.  The Bull Stone House and, the only example of a New World Dutch Barn still standing in Orange County are located at the corner of the Sarah Wells Trail and County Route 51. The house is a living museum that, along with the barn, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built circa 1722 by William Bull and Sarah Wells who were among the first settlers in Orange County. Points of interest are the indoor spring, the pump, the root cellar and the dress handmade by Sarah Wells for her daughter Margaret as well as many other artifacts of this historic colonial family. The William Bull and Sarah Wells Stone House Association is honored to be participating in this event again this year and opening our historic house museum to visitors interested in local history. The House, Barn and grounds will be open from 1:00 – 4:00 pm.. There are walking paths through the woods leading to the historic Hamptonburgh cemetery where many Bull family members are buried.  If you would like more information and to let us know you are attending, please contact the Bull Stone House at 845-496-2855 or email at info@bullstonehouse.org. Visit our website www.bullstonehouse.org.

June 18 – New Windsor American Legion Post Father’s Day Event

The New Windsor American Legion Post 1796 located at 29 Walnut Street, New Windsor, NY 12553 will hold a Father’s Day Breakfast on June 18, 2017 from 8:30AM – 11:30AM.  Fathers eat free.  Breakfast items include scramble Eggs, Hash Browns, French toast, Bacon and Sausage, and Juice, Coffee and Tea.  Open to the Public.  For info call 845-561-9847.

Sunday, June 18th  8:00 AM – 11:30 AM Boy Scout Troop 64 will be hosting a Father’s Day Pancake Breakfast complete with pancakes, eggs, sausage, coffee, tea, and OJ at the Vails Gate Fire Department, 872 Blooming Grove Tpke. (Rt. 94), New Windsor. There will door prizes, 50/50 and raffles.   Call for information, call (845) 561-7316

Storm King Solstice Celebration

STORM KING ART CENTER HOSTS ANNUAL SUMMER SOLSTICE CELEBRATION ON JUNE 17, 2017

WHEN Saturday, June 17, 2017

WHERE Storm King Art Center, 1 Museum Road, New Windsor, NY 12553

WHAT The annual Summer Solstice Celebration at Storm King Art Center is the Hudson Valley’s premier summertime event, featuring a cocktail reception and a gourmet farm-to-table dinner in a picturesque landscape. The festive affair treats guests to private tours of the grounds and special viewings of the 2017 exhibitions, David Smith: The White Sculptures and Outlooks: Heather Hart. The evening ends with dessert, dancing, and a live musical performance by The Funk Junkies.

EVENING ITINERARY 5:00-7:00 pm: Reception including cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and exhibition viewings 7:30 pm: Dinner in the Fields 9:00 pm: Dessert, musical performance, and dancing

FOOD The gourmet, regionally sourced menu will be designed by Chef Jesse Schenker, executive chef and owner of The Gander in New York City. Schenker will be collaborating with Chef Shelley Boris of Fresh Company in Garrison, New York. Served family-style under the stars amid monumental sculpture, the dinner menu will be inspired by the annual exhibitions and will be followed by dessert and dancing.

CELEBRATION COMMITTEE David Diamond & Karen Zukowski, Peter O. Erwin, Lisa Stern, Judy Sund & Scott Gilbert, Derrik R. Wynkoop

EXHIBITIONS ON VIEW For the 2017 season, Storm King Art Center presents David Smith: The White Sculptures, the first exhibition to critically and fully consider the use of the color white within David Smith’s works. The White Sculptures features Smith’s entire Primo Piano series: Primo Piano I, II, and III, all from 1962, as well as a selection of sculptures, paintings, drawings, and photographs that further explore the artist’s use of white. Also on view is Outlooks: Heather Hart, an interactive sculptural environment in the form of a domestic rooftop, which is activated by performances, discussions, and other events.

TICKETS All proceeds benefit Storm King’s exhibitions and programs. For ticketing information, please visit www.stormkingsummersolstice.orghttp://cts.vresp.com/c/?FITZCO/8dd46df759/f9ee60fd20/6912facd92 or e-mail summersolstice@stormkingartcenter.org

Moffat Library of Washingtonville 2017 Summer Reading Program

June 26 – July 24

This Year’s Theme is: BUILD A BETTER WORLD!

Make reading a family affair this year with a summer reading program for the whole family!

Read to Me Program (6 mos. – 5 years)

Summer Reading Program for Grades K-6

Teen Summer Reading Program (Grades 7-12) and

Adult Summer Reading Program for “Kids” ages 18 & up!

Kick-off Event: ICE CREAM SOCIAL, Monday, June 26  2 – 4 PM

Registration for Summer Reading Program & activities begins Monday, June 12 in person @ the library and online @ https://ny.evanced.info/moffat/sr/homepage.asp

June 17 St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 47 Old Route 9W, New Windsor, has rescheduled its Spring Vendor sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Carpenters Cafe will be serving Breakfast and Lunch. Vendors still needed, please email StThomasNW.events@gmail.com for more information.

WEST POINT BAND PRESENTS ARMY BIRTHDAY CONCERT West Point, NY – The West Point Band will kick off its “Music under the Stars” concert series with a performance in honor of the 242nd Army Birthday on Saturday, June 17 at 7:30 p.m. at the Trophy Point Amphitheater at West Point. In the event of inclement weather, the performance will move indoors to Eisenhower Hall Theatre. This concert is free and open to all.

Newburgh Library Comic Con

A mini-ComicCon called NFLXpo17 will launch the Newburgh Free Library’s Summer Reading Program with registration beginning on Mon., June 12. Pictured are characters from last year’s event.

Build A Better World This Summer at the Newburgh Free Library

The second annual mini-ComicCon called “NFLXpo17” will kick off the Newburgh Free Library’s Summer Reading Program for kids of all ages. Parents can sign up their children and get a full schedule of programs at both library locations beginning on Mon., June 12. Programs are offered for children of all ages, and encourage children ages 4 to 17 to complete a “building challenge” that includes a combination of reading, attending programs and participating in library activities between July 10 and August 11. Those who complete the challenge will receive a t-shirt courtesy of the Friends of the Newburgh Free Library, while supplies last.

Last year the NFLXpo attracted more than 200 kids and their families to celebrate pop culture including comics, movies and books. This year NFLXpo17 will be held on Sat., July 8 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. and includes vendors, authors, an American Sci-Tech Exhibit of robotics, panel presentations, a costume contest and more.

Based on the national theme of “Build a Better World”, the summer reading program will also offer a wide variety of activities to encourage children to build, create and think about the world around them. Early literacy summer programs for birth to preschoolers help promote early learning, brain development and socialization skills through rhymes, fingerplays, songs, books and interactive activities. Programs for the youngest library users range from Beach Baby Lapsit to Building Blocks for Learning that offers fun activity stations focusing on imaginative play and school readiness skills.

School-age children can also enjoy “Build a Better.Word” featuring a vocabulary bee (similar to a spelling bee), and “Build It Better” utilizing launchers, shooters and flyers. Summer Science Story Time tackles math, physics and astronomy – all geared for kids. Also part of the fun are a chess club, design challenges, robotic projects, movies and reading activities that show how kids can build a better world through books. “Yoga for Kids” presented by Ms. Susan from Rae of Light Studio in New Windsor encourages kids to “Build a Better You.”

One of the highlights of the summer is a special event called “Pups and PJs” on Tues., July 11 from 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. at the Town Branch. Children are invited to wear their pajamas and bring a pillow to listen to a story and then read with a therapy dog. Other events include a Harry Potter Birthday party and a celebration of the popular book “The Phantom Tollbooth.”

Tweens and teens, or those age 11 and up, can volunteer to be a Book Buddy or Program Assistant throughout the summer programming schedule. Those interested in volunteering must attend an orientation session to be held on July 5 or 6. Teens can also attend a variety of programs like a Creative Writing Workshop, Summer Trivia Nights, accomplish robotic challenges in the Build Guild, learn animation in Stop Motion 101, or participate in the Minecraft Build Challenge against other regional libraries.

The Newburgh Free Library will also offer a four-week program called “Art Smart” to encourage children to use paint and collage to build “story quilts” based on the work of well-known children’s illustrators. This program, funded by a grant from Arts Mid-Hudson, will be held inside in the lobby from Jul. 17 – Aug. 11, Mon. – Thurs. from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

“Our goal is to get kids excited to visit the Library. We want children to experience something different, discover something new, and in the process build a life-long love of reading and learning,” said Lisa Kochik, children’s librarian. A complete schedule of happenings for kids and adults can be found at the Library’s Calendar of Events at www.newburghlibrary.org.

For additional information about the library, please call 845-563-3600.

Pat Lewis Newburgh Free Library Adult Programs, Outreach and Marketing 845-563-3619

BULL STONE HOUSE OPEN FOR TOURS JUNE 17, 2017

The William Bull and Sarah Wells Stone House will participate in the ILoveNY Path Through History Event Campbell Hall, NY, May 31, 2017– The Bull Stone House and New World Dutch Barn will be open for tours on Saturday June 17, 2017 from 1:00 – 4:00 pm as part of the ILoveNY Path Through History Weekend.  The Bull Stone House and, the only example of a New World Dutch Barn still standing in Orange County are located at the corner of the Sarah Wells Trail and County Route 51. The house is a living museum that, along with the barn, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built circa 1722 by William Bull and Sarah Wells who were among the first settlers in Orange County. Points of interest are the indoor spring, the pump, the root cellar and the dress handmade by Sarah Wells for her daughter Margaret as well as many other artifacts of this historic colonial family. The William Bull and Sarah Wells Stone House Association is honored to be participating in this event again this year and opening our historic house museum to visitors interested in local history. The House, Barn and grounds will be open from 1:00 – 4:00 pm.. There are walking paths through the woods leading to the historic Hamptonburgh cemetery where many Bull family members are buried.  If you would like more information and to let us know you are attending, please contact the Bull Stone House at 845-496-2855 or email at info@bullstonehouse.org. Visit our website www.bullstonehouse.org.

June 18 – New Windsor American Legion Post Father’s Day Event

The New Windsor American Legion Post 1796 located at 29 Walnut Street, New Windsor, NY 12553 will hold a Father’s Day Breakfast on June 18, 2017 from 8:30AM – 11:30AM.  Fathers eat free.  Breakfast items include scramble Eggs, Hash Browns, French toast, Bacon and Sausage, and Juice, Coffee and Tea.  Open to the Public.  For info call 845-561-9847.

 

Sunday, June 18th  8:00 AM – 11:30 AM Boy Scout Troop 64 will be hosting a Father’s Day Pancake Breakfast complete with pancakes, eggs, sausage, coffee, tea, and OJ at the Vails Gate Fire Department, 872 Blooming Grove Tpke. (Rt. 94), New Windsor. There will door prizes, 50/50 and raffles.   Call for information, call (845) 561-7316

Storm King Solstice Celebration

STORM KING ART CENTER HOSTS ANNUAL SUMMER SOLSTICE CELEBRATION ON JUNE 17, 2017

WHEN Saturday, June 17, 2017

WHERE Storm King Art Center, 1 Museum Road, New Windsor, NY 12553

WHAT The annual Summer Solstice Celebration at Storm King Art Center is the Hudson Valley’s premier summertime event, featuring a cocktail reception and a gourmet farm-to-table dinner in a picturesque landscape. The festive affair treats guests to private tours of the grounds and special viewings of the 2017 exhibitions, David Smith: The White Sculptures and Outlooks: Heather Hart. The evening ends with dessert, dancing, and a live musical performance by The Funk Junkies.

EVENING ITINERARY 5:00-7:00 pm: Reception including cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and exhibition viewings 7:30 pm: Dinner in the Fields 9:00 pm: Dessert, musical performance, and dancing

FOOD The gourmet, regionally sourced menu will be designed by Chef Jesse Schenker, executive chef and owner of The Gander in New York City. Schenker will be collaborating with Chef Shelley Boris of Fresh Company in Garrison, New York. Served family-style under the stars amid monumental sculpture, the dinner menu will be inspired by the annual exhibitions and will be followed by dessert and dancing.

CELEBRATION COMMITTEE David Diamond & Karen Zukowski, Peter O. Erwin, Lisa Stern, Judy Sund & Scott Gilbert, Derrik R. Wynkoop

EXHIBITIONS ON VIEW For the 2017 season, Storm King Art Center presents David Smith: The White Sculptures, the first exhibition to critically and fully consider the use of the color white within David Smith’s works. The White Sculptures features Smith’s entire Primo Piano series: Primo Piano I, II, and III, all from 1962, as well as a selection of sculptures, paintings, drawings, and photographs that further explore the artist’s use of white. Also on view is Outlooks: Heather Hart, an interactive sculptural environment in the form of a domestic rooftop, which is activated by performances, discussions, and other events.

TICKETS All proceeds benefit Storm King’s exhibitions and programs. For ticketing information, please visit www.stormkingsummersolstice.orghttp://cts.vresp.com/c/?FITZCO/8dd46df759/f9ee60fd20/6912facd92 or e-mail summersolstice@stormkingartcenter.org

Moffat Library of Washingtonville 2017 Summer Reading Program

June 26 – July 24

This Year’s Theme is: BUILD A BETTER WORLD!

Make reading a family affair this year with a summer reading program for the whole family!

Read to Me Program (6 mos. – 5 years)

Summer Reading Program for Grades K-6

Teen Summer Reading Program (Grades 7-12) and

Adult Summer Reading Program for “Kids” ages 18 & up!

Kick-off Event: ICE CREAM SOCIAL, Monday, June 26  2 – 4 PM

Registration for Summer Reading Program & activities begins Monday, June 12 in person @

the library and online @ https://ny.evanced.info/moffat/sr/homepage.asp

STORM KING ART CENTER HOSTS ANNUAL SUMMER SOLSTICE CELEBRATION ON JUNE 17, 2017 WHEN Saturday, June 17, 2017 WHERE Storm King Art Center, 1 Museum Road, New Windsor, NY 12553 WHAT The annual Summer Solstice Celebration at Storm King Art Center is the Hudson Valley’s premier summertime event, featuring a cocktail reception and a gourmet farm-to-table dinner in a picturesque landscape. The festive affair treats guests to private tours of the grounds and special viewings of the 2017 exhibitions, David Smith: The White Sculptures and Outlooks: Heather Hart. The evening ends with dessert, dancing, and a live musical performance by The Funk Junkies. EVENING ITINERARY 5:00-7:00 pm: Reception including cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and exhibition viewings 7:30 pm: Dinner in the Fields 9:00 pm: Dessert, musical performance, and dancing FOOD The gourmet, regionally sourced menu will be designed by Chef Jesse Schenker, executive chef and owner of The Gander in New York City. Schenker will be collaborating with Chef Shelley Boris of Fresh Company in Garrison, New York. Served family-style under the stars amid monumental sculpture, the dinner menu will be inspired by the annual exhibitions and will be followed by dessert and dancing. CELEBRATION COMMITTEE David Diamond & Karen Zukowski, Peter O. Erwin, Lisa Stern, Judy Sund & Scott Gilbert, Derrik R. Wynkoop EXHIBITIONS ON VIEW For the 2017 season, Storm King Art Center presents David Smith: The White Sculptures, the first exhibition to critically and fully consider the use of the color white within David Smith’s works. The White Sculptures features Smith’s entire Primo Piano series: Primo Piano I, II, and III, all from 1962, as well as a selection of sculptures, paintings, drawings, and photographs that further explore the artist’s use of white. Also on view is Outlooks: Heather Hart, an interactive sculptural environment in the form of a domestic rooftop, which will be activated by performances, discussions, and other events. David Smith: The White Sculptures and Outlooks: Heather Hart will be on view beginning May 13, 2017.

 

 

MEETING NOTICE

Date: Tues June 27, 2017

Time: 4PM – 5:30pm

Location: ELK’s Lodge

356 Washington Street

Newburgh, NY 12550

Refreshments- No Admission Fee

Dear GBS/CIDP Member,

You are cordially invited to attend a meeting of the GBS/CIDP

Foundation International Hudson Valley Support Group Chapter. We will be discussing various ways to cope, adjust and adapt to having GBS or CIDP. Here is your opportunity to share and hear experiences and ideas with others, and to become part of the GBS/CIDP community. For additional information and acknowledgment of your participation, please call Bob Burton at 914-805-3714. The meeting room is handicapped accessible. Anyone with neuropathy is welcome to join us. Our guest will be Mr. Steven Smith, noted expert on CIDP. Hope to

see one and all. Thanks

Sincerely

Bob Burton Chapter Liaison Newburgh N.Y

rbphoneguy@aol.com

914-805-3714

 

GOT THE BATHING SUIT BLUES?  Join Summer Bodyfit and lose!!!!!!  Wednesday July 5—Wed. August 30, 2017  (8 wk. program)     A well balanced exercise program that includes aerobics and body scultping!  Classes are held MONDAY and WEDNESDAY evening from 7:00–8:00 pm at St. Mary,s CYO in         Washingtonville!     ALL ARE WELCOME!!!!  Certified instructor: for more info:  Diane at 782-5418

 

 

Ongoing

  • Village of Washingtonville exercise program that includes low impact aerobics, strength training, circuit/interval, cardio karate, core conditioning and more. Spring session goes until June 20. All four classes are included in the fee. Monday/Wednesday 9:15 a.m. to 10:15 am at the CYO and Tuesday/Thursday evenings 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Roundhill school. All are welcome. Certified instructor. Call Diane at 782-5418.
  • The Village of Washingtonville’s Bodyfit exercise program that includes low impact aerobics, strength training, circuit/interval, cardio karate, core conditioning and more. All are welcome. Certified instructor: Diane 782-5418.
  • The Community Garden Club of Marlborough-on-Hudson holds meetings on the first Wednesday of the month at 1 p.m. at the Union Presbyterian Church. Call 787-5220 for more information.
  • The Knitting and Crocheting Group in New Windsor meets Fridays from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at the Morasco Recreation Center in New Windsor (behind New Windsor Town Hall) off Union Avenue. No experience or need help? Current attendees have a wide range of experience and are happy to share. The group creates projects for its members and for charities like Project Linus and Newburgh Ministries. All levels of experience are invited to join in the camaraderie. It’s free and open to anyone 18 and over.
  • The New Windsor Seniors hold their meeting on the first and third Friday of each month at 1 p.m. in the Town of New Windsor Recreation Center beneath the Ambulance Corps. All seniors 55 and older are welcome to join. Call 563-0105 with any questions.
  • The new Washingtonville Kiwanis Club meets on the first and third Mondays at 7 p.m. at the Blooming Grove Senior Community Center on Horton Road in Blooming Grove, next to the police station. For more information contact Mary Soderberg at zanesdame@yahoo.com or 845-496-4827.
  • Orange County Arts Council Hosts Open Studio Tour

Sugar Loaf, NY – Orange County Arts Council will be holding an Open Studio Tour select weekends during the months of May & June. The tour will cover all of northwest, southern and eastern Orange County allowing artists to share their work with an audience throughout the county.

The Open Studio Tour is designed to give artists an opportunity to connect with art appreciators in the region and access a wider audience for their work. In total, there will be 70 artists participating. The tour will begin May 6th & 7th, continue May 20th & 21st and conclude June 3rd & 4th. Each studio will be open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. during tour days. The event is open to everyone and is $30 for members of Orange County Arts Council and $45 for non-members.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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