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Family of Woodstock Seeks Donations for Annual Pop-Up Flea Market Wanted items include furniture (small enough to fit in a car), antiques, art, knickknacks, kitchenware and tools. No clothing, bedding or stuffed animals should be donated. The event will take place 8/21 at the Old Dutch Church on Wall Street in Uptown Kingston. Proceeds will go towards programs offered through Family's Adolescent Service including case management for youths and young adults struggling with mental health issues; family peer support for caregivers raising a child with a mental health diagnosis; life skills groups and case management for youths in the foster care system; housing and good tenant skills for young adults. To donate items or make a monetary donation to Adolescent Services, call Tori Barnes at 845-331-7080, ext. 146.

Safe Harbors Virtual 5K June 20-26 Run, walk or stroll the traditional 5K route in Downtown Newburgh or participate anytime, anywhere (including virtually on your own treadmill) from June 20–26. Competitive racers, casual joggers or smell the roses walkers are all welcome! Safe Harbors will be giving out swag bags to registered participants. Pick up your bag Tuesday, June 15 or Thursday, June 17 from 5-6:30 p.m. or Wednesday, June 16 from Noon-1pm at Safe Harbors Box office, 109 Broadway, Newburgh. If you have any questions, contact June Henley at jhenley@safe-harbors.org.

Dutchess County Drive-Thru Senior Picnics Free for seniors ages 60 and up, $8 for those under 60. Reservations are required by calling the Dutchess County Office for the Aging at 845-486-2555. Proof of residency is required. Memorial Park, Robert Cahill Dr. (use Fishkill Ave. entrance), Beacon.

8:00 am-5:00 pm Lego Club – via Zoom Wednesdays at 4pm. Log in or call for the Zoom info. Saugerties Public Library, Saugerties.

8:00 am-5:00 pm Arts in the Garden The Newark Museum of Art partners with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra to bring you a vibrant outdoor series of cultural celebrations. The Newark Museum of Art, Newark.

9:00 am-4:00 pm Sixth Biennial Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition: “Not Just One Thing” The exhibit showcases Wilderstein’s remarkable landscape and history through site-responsive installations. The featured artists experiment not only with unexpected materials but also unusual scale and unfamiliar viewing modes to refocus our attention on the location, history, and ecology of Wilderstein. Free and open to the public daily through October 31. Wilderstein Historic Site, Rhinebeck.

9:00 am-5:00 pm Storywalk – Outdoor Reading Adventure for Families Explore PS21’s beautiful landscape and read along as a picture book unfolds along PS21’s sprawling trails. PS21: Performance Spaces for the 21st Century, Chatham.

9:00 am-1:00 pm Food Pantry at Trinity Lutheran Church, Open Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 9am-1pm. The pantry is closed on Mondays and Fridays. Trinity Lutheran Church, 72 Spring St., Kingston

10:00 am-1:00 pm People’s Place Food Pantry Open Monday thru Friday, 10am to 1pm. at 17 St. James St, Kingston. Donations of fresh and shelf-stable foods are being accepted.

10:00 am-5:00 pm “New Work” Exhibit Featuring Alaina Enslen, Jeanette Fintz, Anne Francey, and Jenny Nelson. Open daily 11-5pm; Tuesdays by appointment. Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson.

10:00 am-5:00 pm Thomas Cole National Historic Site Indoor & Outdoor Guided Tours Join an indoor or an outdoor guided tour with a knowledgeable Museum Educator. On the outdoor tour you'll explore the scenic grounds and the artist’s 1839 Old Studio building. On the Indoor Guided Tour of the Main House and Old Studio with a Museum Educator, you'll learn about the artist and early environmentalist Thomas Cole (1801-1848) and see the exhibition “Cross Pollination: Heade, Cole, Church & Our Contemporary Moment.” Advance reservations are required to ensure that we adhere to capacity limits. Please arrive at the Visitor Center at least 15 minutes before your tour starts. Self-guided access to the New Studio is included. Thomas Cole National Historic Site, Catskill.

11:00 am-5:00 pm Kathy Goodell: Infra-Loop, Selections 1994—2020 A survey exhibition of the artist Kathy Goodell, across painting, drawing, and sculpture. Show exhibits through 7/11. Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday, 11am-5pm. Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz.

11:00 am-5:00 pm Exhibit: Lewis Hine, Child Labor Investigator Hine captured 1000s of photos that ultimately helped persuade the public and lawmakers to create new regulations to protect children. Show exhibits through 7/11. Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday, 11am-5pm. Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz.

11:00 am-5:00 pm DIRT: Inside Landscapes Artwork on display—from Hudson River School works to contemporary—shows a range of artists’ relationships with the local land. Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz.

12:00 pm-6:00 pm Our Summer Story in the Catskills Summer is filled with memories in the making. We invite you to "Our Summer Story" in the Catskills. Windham Fine Arts, Windham.

12:00 pm-10:00 pm One Thing I Want You To Know A virtual celebration of Pride featuring nearly 30 LGBTQIA+ artists and advocates. Irvington Theatre, Irvington.

12:00 pm-1:00 pm Come Celebrate and Learn About the REALIGN Initiative! Roundtable for Energy Affordability in Low-Income Groups and Neighborhoods (REALIGN) Initiative and Cornell Cooperative Extension Dutchess County is proud to showcase our new Mid-Hudson REALIGN referral process. Join us for speakers, celebration, live polls, raffles, a rocking REALIGN playlist, networking opportunities and a chance to win gift cards and other prizes! Held via Zoom. For more information please contact Hazel Robin at dr598@cornell.edu. To register, use this link: cornell.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0sc-yrqz8qGdwyYAYOOVVd_a3Rwt8H1XSW.

1:30 pm Online Singing Circle Join us every Wednesday for an Online Singing Circle hosted by Phoenicia & Olive Libraries. No Rehearsal. No performance. No judgment. All Voices Welcome. Open to all who enjoy the joy of singing- the more the merrier. We can have a great time together/apart on Zoom! We sing songs that spark the interest of the folks who show up. Wonderful harmonies start to happen and sometimes we sing again and then we just keep on singing. Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83952423830 .

3:00 pm-5:00 pm Longyear Artists at Green Kill Longyear Gallery artists are featured at Green Kill for June 2021. Show displays through June 26th. Gallery hours: Tues-Sat, 3-5pm. Green Kill, Kingston.

3:30 pm-8:30 pm Woodstock Farm Festival – 2021 Season Woodstock’s weekly Wednesday festival features fresh, local and organic food, live music, prepared foods, family-friendly programming, and a vibrant atmosphere for convening with friends and neighbors from near and far. Shop with local farmers, makers and bakers in an open-air, socially-distanced, COVID-conscious marketplace in the heart of town. Info: woodstockfarmfestival.org

4:00 pm-6:00 pm Men’s Health Screening and Seminar For Men’s Health Awareness Month, Montefiore St. Luke’s Cornwall will be hosting a free testicular cancer screening and lecture. Littman Cancer Center, Cornwall.

5:00 pm Red Hook Ultimate Frisbee – Check the website before attending Ongoing games – Wednesdays 5pm & Sundays 3pm. Casual, co-ed pickup games. Red Hook High School, Red Hook.

5:00 pm-9:00 pm Free Handgun Safety / Permit Course Register online visit www.safetycourse.us Phoenicia Fish and Game Association, Mount Tremper.

5:00 pm-8:00 pm Think Local Trivia Night Join the Leadership Dutchess Class of 2021 for a Think Local Trivia Night. This is a fundraiser for the Chamber Foundation. Christos, Poughkeepsie.

5:30 pm-6:30 pm Virtual Italian Conversational Class with Dr. Ornella Mazucca This weekly virtual class is designed for people who have some knowledge of the Italian language and would like to improve their conversational skills. Contact Nicole at nlane@rcls.org for for the Zoom link and password. Gardiner Library, Gardiner.

5:30 pm Trout Unlimited APW Chapter Esopus Creek Fishing Outing This will be a function of weather and stream conditions, which hopefully will be favorable. At 5:30pm folks wishing to participate should meet in front of Esopus Creel in Mt. Tremper; then at 9pm we plan to have pizza at the Boiceville Inn.

6:00 pm-7:30 pm Qi Gong via Zoom With Paul Bloom on Wednesdays 6-7:30pm. Presented by The Woodstock Library. To join email Paul at paulbloomck@gmail.com. Classes are free!

6:00 pm-9:00 pm The Arts Center of the Capital Region 2021 Gala Honoring Leslie Cheu and the Troy Savings Bank Charitable Foundation, and Robert McCarthy and the McCarthy Charities. The celebration, which serves as our institution’s largest fundraiser, will bring together local art lovers and supporters at three adjacent venues: Broadway under a tent between 2nd and River Streets, Franklin Alley, and in our Main Gallery. Each venue will be limited to 50 guests. Please visit our website to purchase your tickets.

6:00 pm-7:30 pm Community Discussion on the proposed Danskammer Gas Power Plant in the Town of Newburgh Online webinar. Hear how this plant will affect you and your community, and see what we can do together to stop the plant. RSVP via bit.ly/june23roundtable. Please send your comments or questions, to Nikki Chung at nchung@scenichudson.org.

7:00 pm Ashokan-Pepacton Watershed Chapter of Trout Unlimited, #559 Meeting Guest speaker is Robert J. Romano, Jr. who will present a slide show titled "Flyfishing the Rangeley Lakes Region of Western Maine." Info: 845-657-8500. Boiceville Inn, Boiceville.

7:00 pm-10:00 pm Arts in the Garden: Price and Mendelssohn NJSO Concertmaster Eric Wyrick leads the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Chamber Players in Florence Price’s Five Folksongs in Counterpoint. The Newark Museum of Art, Newark.

7:00 pm Pollinators Lighting Up the Mid-Hudson Bridge June 21-27 To commemorate National Pollinator week, the Mid-Hudson Bridge between Poughkeepsie and Highland will be draped in 27,000 orange and yellow lights in honor of pollinators. Pollinators play a vital role in our lives and all that they do for us and the plants that rely on them. They provide one-third of all the foods we eat, including the really important ones like chocolate, vanilla and coffee; not to mention apples, blueberries and even the silage that cows need to provide milk. To learn more about pollinators, visit pollinator.org.

Safe Harbors Virtual 5K June 20-26 Run, walk or stroll the traditional 5K route in Downtown Newburgh or participate anytime, anywhere (including virtually on your own treadmill) from June 20–26. Competitive racers, casual joggers or smell the roses walkers are all welcome! Safe Harbors will be giving out swag bags to registered participants. Pick up your bag Tuesday, June 15 or Thursday, June 17 from 5-6:30 p.m. or Wednesday, June 16 from Noon-1pm at Safe Harbors Box office, 109 Broadway, Newburgh. If you have any questions, contact June Henley at jhenley@safe-harbors.org.

“Silhouettes” Exhibit Enjoy the latest art exhibit by photographer Mark McCarroll. His exhibit, called “Silhouettes,” will be on display at the branch for the month of June. Inspired by local legends Thomas Cole, Pete Seeger and Rip Van Winkle, McCarroll brings his dog and camera on a journey of exploration and discovery for views of the Hudson River Valley and the Catskill Mountains. Contact Mark for sales and additional information at 845-688-0120 or mccmark@twc.com. Ulster Savings Bank / Phoenicia, Phoenicia.

P.L.A.Y. Songwriter Workshop 7/19-7/30 Two-week arts intensive for youth ages 9-15. Students go “behind the music” to learn composition through individual lessons and small group ensemble work with a focus on vocal and instrumental work. Anchored in social engagement, participants will explore the instruments, music styles, and subject matter that inspires them to write lyrics and create their own meaningful songs. We highlight the importance of working as a team while celebrating each individual’s contribution. We welcome artists of all abilities! The program concludes in a musical share event of their work on August 30. Cost: $400; tuition assistance available. See our website for more information and registration. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Bethel.

8:00 am-5:00 pm Arts in the Garden The Newark Museum of Art partners with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra to bring you a vibrant outdoor series of cultural celebrations. The Newark Museum of Art, Newark.

8:30 am-5:00 pm Art Exhibit: Silhouettes Exhibit will be display at the branch for the month of June. e Inspired by local legends Thomas Cole, Pete Seeger, and Rip Van Winkle, Mark brings his dog and camera on a journey of exploration and discovery for views of the Hudson River Valley and the Catskill Mountains. Please contact Mark for sales and additional information at 845-688-0120 or mccmark@twc.com. For more information concerning the exhibit, please contact Samantha Awand-Gortel, Phoenicia Branch Manager, at 845-688-5965, ext. 6701. The lobby hours are Monday through Thursday, 8:30-5, Friday 8:30-6, and Saturday 9-2. Ulster Savings Bank / Phoenicia, Phoenicia.

9:00 am-12:00 pm Indoor – Pickleball Returns Only groups of 6 players will be allowed in the gym. Must RSVP to reserve your spot by calling 561-6602. Pickleball schedule is Monday: 1 - 4 pm & 6 -9 pm; Tuesday & Thursday, 9 am - 12 pm, 1 - 4 pm & 6 -9 pm. Sundays 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. Temple Beth Jacob, Newburgh.

9:00 am-9:45 am Gardiner Library Walking Club for Seniors Meet in the upper parking lot at the library. Meets every Thursday, weather permitting Want to get some fresh air meet new people, all while getting some exercise? Join the club! Contact Nicole at nlane@rcls.org for more information. gardinerlibrary.org or the library’s Facebook page. Gardiner Library, Gardiner.

9:00 am Up Close and Personal: The Art Effect Exhibition Featuring a diverse array of media, including ceramics, digital media, film, graphic art, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, textiles, video and installation art. Runs thru 7/1 For more info, call 845-471-7477. Trolley Barn Gallery, Poughkeepsie.

9:00 am-4:00 pm Sixth Biennial Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition: “Not Just One Thing” The exhibit showcases Wilderstein’s remarkable landscape and history through site-responsive installations. The featured artists experiment not only with unexpected materials but also unusual scale and unfamiliar viewing modes to refocus our attention on the location, history, and ecology of Wilderstein. Free and open to the public daily through October 31. Wilderstein Historic Site, Rhinebeck.

9:00 am-5:00 pm Storywalk – Outdoor Reading Adventure for Families Explore PS21’s beautiful landscape and read along as a picture book unfolds along PS21’s sprawling trails. PS21: Performance Spaces for the 21st Century, Chatham.

9:00 am-1:00 pm Food Pantry at Trinity Lutheran Church, Open Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 9am-1pm. The pantry is closed on Mondays and Fridays. Trinity Lutheran Church, 72 Spring St., Kingston

10:00 am-1:00 pm People’s Place Food Pantry Open Monday thru Friday, 10am to 1pm. at 17 St. James St, Kingston. Donations of fresh and shelf-stable foods are being accepted.

10:00 am-5:00 pm “New Work” Exhibit Featuring Alaina Enslen, Jeanette Fintz, Anne Francey, and Jenny Nelson. Open daily 11-5pm; Tuesdays by appointment. Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson.

10:00 am-5:00 pm Thomas Cole National Historic Site Indoor & Outdoor Guided Tours Join an indoor or an outdoor guided tour with a knowledgeable Museum Educator. On the outdoor tour you'll explore the scenic grounds and the artist’s 1839 Old Studio building. On the Indoor Guided Tour of the Main House and Old Studio with a Museum Educator, you'll learn about the artist and early environmentalist Thomas Cole (1801-1848) and see the exhibition “Cross Pollination: Heade, Cole, Church & Our Contemporary Moment.” Advance reservations are required to ensure that we adhere to capacity limits. Please arrive at the Visitor Center at least 15 minutes before your tour starts. Self-guided access to the New Studio is included. Thomas Cole National Historic Site, Catskill.

10:00 am-4:00 pm Artifacts Uncovered: A Closer Look An exhibit featuring an up close and detailed explanation of some of the artifacts found in the archaeological dig done at the Persen House. Matthewis Persen House, Kingston.

10:00 am-4:00 pm Earthday Everyday "No matter our differences, we always have something in common.” A traveling, mural project with help from the talented youth of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County's Relatives As Parents Program. Matthewis Persen House, Kingston.

10:00 am-4:00 pm Daily Dutch: Exploring Aspects of Dutch Life Through the Records Daily Dutch examines aspects of Dutch life in Wiltwyck in the 1660s. Learn about local farming as well as currency and trading. Matthewis Persen House, Kingston.

10:00 am-4:00 pm Gysbert’s Inventory: A Reflection of 1665 Dutch Life The legacy of the Dutch settlers of Wiltwyck lives on through illustrations of clothing, kitchen items & other articles used in 17th century. Matthewis Persen House, Kingston.

10:30 am-5:00 pm Historic Huguenot Street Tours, which will last approximately one hour, will take place three times a day: 10:30am, 12 and 2:30pm. Tour capacity is currently restricted to four registrants. Info: info@huguenotstreet.org. Reservations: huguenotstreet.z2systems.com/np/clients/huguenotstreet/eventRegistration.jsp?event=2349.

11:00 am-5:00 pm Kathy Goodell: Infra-Loop, Selections 1994—2020 A survey exhibition of the artist Kathy Goodell, across painting, drawing, and sculpture. Show exhibits through 7/11. Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday, 11am-5pm. Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz.

11:00 am-5:00 pm Exhibit: Lewis Hine, Child Labor Investigator Hine captured 1000s of photos that ultimately helped persuade the public and lawmakers to create new regulations to protect children. Show exhibits through 7/11. Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday, 11am-5pm. Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz.

11:00 am-5:00 pm DIRT: Inside Landscapes Artwork on display—from Hudson River School works to contemporary—shows a range of artists’ relationships with the local land. Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz.

11:00 am-6:00 pm Melissa Stern: “Stronger Than Dirt” A 20 year retrospective of works by Melissa Stern. Curated by Alan Goolman. Exhibit Runs through July 11. Lockwood Gallery, Kingston.

12:00 pm-6:00 pm Our Summer Story in the Catskills Summer is filled with memories in the making. We invite you to "Our Summer Story" in the Catskills. Windham Fine Arts, Windham.

12:00 pm-10:00 pm One Thing I Want You To Know A virtual celebration of Pride featuring nearly 30 LGBTQIA+ artists and advocates. Irvington Theatre, Irvington.

3:00 pm-5:00 pm Longyear Artists at Green Kill Longyear Gallery artists are featured at Green Kill for June 2021. Show displays through June 26th. Gallery hours: Tues-Sat, 3-5pm. Green Kill, Kingston.

4:00 pm-4:45 pm Virtual Kids Yoga with Hari Prakaash – via Zoom Every Thursday @ 4pm through September 2nd. Woodstock Public Library, Woodstock.

4:00 pm-5:00 pm Workshop: Video Editing 101 This workshop is a beginners guide to editing video and sound for artists and arts organizations. CREATE Council on the Arts, Catskill.

4:00 pm-5:00 pm Read with Dogs at the Gardiner Library Beginning and struggling readers sign up for a 15-minute time slot to read to certified therapy dogs. Please sign up ahead of time. Spaces are limited. The program will also have available reading slots on July 22 and August 19. To sign up, email Amy at alaber@rcls.org with the name and age of your child. For further information or directions, please visit gardinerlibrary.org or the library’s Facebook page. Gardiner Library, Gardiner.

4:00 pm-7:00 pm St. Remy Reformed Church Take-Out Chicken Dinner Prepared by Sal’s Catering in Highland, the chicken dinner is $14. Local delivery upon request. Place an order by calling 845-338-6864. St. Remy Reformed Church, 534 Main St., St. Remy.

5:00 pm Tech Time Call the Library at 845-338-7881 if you would like to reserve a spot or drop in for a fifteen-minute one-to-one session with a library staff member who will answer your general tech questions. Town of Ulster Public Library, Kingston.

5:00 pm Winds Among the Trees: American Symphony Orchestra Wind Sextet Enjoy an evening of rarely-heard music that will immerse you in a sprawling landscape. This unique program exploring the evolution of the wind sextet in the 19th and 20th Centuries is not to be missed! With Shari Hoffman (clarinet), Lino Gomez (clarinet), Marc Goldberg (bassoon), Gilbert Dejean (bassoon), Zohar Schondorf (French horn), David Smith (French horn). Repertoire: Matyas Seiber: Serenade for 2 Clarinets, 2 Bassoons, and 2 Horns, Francois-Henri-Joseph Castil-Blaze: Sextet No. 1 in Eb, Harald Genzmer: Sextet, Carl Maria von Weber: Adagio and Rondo. Info: 845-246-3400, info@opus40.org. Opus 40, Saugerties.

5:00 pm Melissa Stern: “Stronger Than Dirt,” a 20 Year Perspective On view through July 11th. Gallery hours: Thurs-Sun 11am-6pm. The Lockwood Gallery, Kingston.

5:00 pm Newburgh Mall Carnival Family fun! A day of rides and games for all ages and favorite fair food. Visit the website for savings on rides. $35 Unlimited Ride Wristbands available onsite daily at Ticket Boxes. Ride Tickets for sale daily onsite & online. Saturday night rides only accept tickets after 6pm. Wristbands are for persons 36” and over. Ride Heights vary – some require an adult rider with child. Saturday 6/19 & 6/26 Policy – Wristbands will only be available for sale at the carnival ticket boxes from Noon-4pm – they will only be valid to use from Noon-6pm Saturday. Ride Tickets will be available for sale all day. Pre-Sale Ride Specials 4 Wristbands for $99 2 Wristbands for $55 1 Wristband for $29 50 Ride Tickets for $45 (includes 1 🎟 free ride) Pre-Sale from 6/5 to 6/17 at 5 PM Newburgh Mall, Newburgh.

5:00 pm-10:00 pm Smith Haven Mall Carnival This family-friendly event features midway rides and games for all ages and fair food for every appetite. See website for savings on rides. Smith Haven Mall, Lake Grove.

5:00 pm Winds Among the Trees: American Symphony Orchestra Wind Sextet Enjoy an evening of rarely-heard music that will immerse you in a sprawling landscape. Featuring works from Carl Maria von Weber, Matyas Seiber, and more, this unique program exploring the evolution of the wind sextet in the 19th and 20th Centuries is not to be missed! With Shari Hoffman (clarinet), Lino Gomez (clarinet), Marc Goldberg (bassoon), Gilbert Dejean (bassoon), Lawrence DiBello (French horn), David Smith (French horn). Rain date is June 25. Opus 40, Saugerties.

5:30 pm-6:30 pm Movement Without Borders: Pilates with Peggy Wallin-Hart Invigorating, adventurous 70-minute pilates sessions. All ages and levels, focusing on mind, body, and spirit. Suggested donation $15 PS21: Performance Spaces for the 21st Century, Chatham.

6:00 pm Virtual Local History Talk: The Mohicans’ Incorporation into the Iroquois League Join Hudson Area Library and the Jacob Leisler Institute for The Mohicans’ Incorporation into the Iroquois League, 1671-1675 a virtual talk by Dr. Evan Haefeli, historian of colonial North America and the Atlantic world at Texas A&M University. This talk derives from one of Dr. Haefeli’s current research projects on the history of the Iroquois Confederacy’s relations with its Indigenous neighbors to the east and south, especially the people of the Hudson Valley. It explains why the Mohicans and Munsee neighbors did not join in King Philip’s War and so prevented that conflict from spilling over into the Hudson Valley. Anyone interested in attending should call the library's History Room at 518-828-1792, ext. 106 or email brenda.shufelt@hudsonarealibrary.org to register and receive the Zoom link.

6:30 pm-9:00 pm Beer Pairing Dinner with Woodstock Brewing We will offer a four course menu paired with craft beers. Menu details to follow. Advanced Ticket purchase required. Dutch Ale House, Saugerties.

7:00 pm Opera Saratoga 60th Anniversary Summer Festival: QUIXOTIC OPERA A concert of scenes from operas inspired by Cervantes’ iconic novel that takes us on the adventures of a nobleman named Alonso Quixano, who reads so many chivalric romances that he loses his mind and decides to become a knight-errant to revive chivalry and serve his nation under the name Don Quixote de la Mancha! All tickets: $50 (two-person pod). Pitney Meadows Community Farm, 233 West Ave., Saratoga Springs.

7:00 pm Above Suspicion and More Beautiful Putnam Theatre Alliance Freedom Project Part 3. Sherwood Anderson’s 1940 play, Above Suspicion, is paired with More Beautiful, by Putnam Valley resident, Craig Lucas. Tompkins Corners Cultural Center, Putman Valley.

7:00 pm-8:00 pm New Survivors of Racism Anonymous Support Group Based on the Twelve Steps (adapted from Alcoholics Anonymous). This is a new meeting, and all members of the community are welcome. Held bimonthly, on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month from 7-8pm. Attendees are asked to email SORArecovery@gmail.com and a Zoom link and login information will be sent.

7:00 pm Lara Hope & Kingston Happenings Present Kingston Musicians Comeback Kingston Happenings and Lara Hope will present the Kingston Musicians Comeback. This virtual highlights some of the areas best talent through interviews and original video performances. Streamed from the Kingston Happenings Facebook and Youtube pages.

7:00 pm Pollinators Lighting Up the Mid-Hudson Bridge June 21-27 To commemorate National Pollinator week, the Mid-Hudson Bridge between Poughkeepsie and Highland will be draped in 27,000 orange and yellow lights in honor of pollinators. Pollinators play a vital role in our lives and all that they do for us and the plants that rely on them. They provide one-third of all the foods we eat, including the really important ones like chocolate, vanilla and coffee; not to mention apples, blueberries and even the silage that cows need to provide milk. To learn more about pollinators, visit pollinator.org.

7:00 pm Tesla Quartet Pack up your lawn chair and a picnic basket! The Tesla Quartet is Ross Snyder (violin), Michelle Lie (violin), Edwin Kaplan (viola), and Serafim Smigelskiy (cello). Tickets and info at roxburyartsgroup.org or 607-326-7908. Kirkside Park, Roxbury.

I.D.E.A; Inclusion, Diversity, Equity in America, a Collaborative Social Justice Art Exhibit A collaboration with New Horizons Resources (NHR), The Arc Mid-Hudson and the Cornell Creative Arts Center. This show highlights artwork that expresses feelings, thoughts and experiences in regard to racism, social injustice and oppression faced by people supported and employed through both NHR and Arc Mid-Hudson. We hope the work in this exhibit promotes a mutual understanding of how racism impacts our entire society and community and provides opportunity for constructive dialogue, and positive change. The show runs through July. Cornell Creative Art Center, Kingston.

Safe Harbors Virtual 5K June 20-26 Run, walk or stroll the traditional 5K route in Downtown Newburgh or participate anytime, anywhere (including virtually on your own treadmill) from June 20–26. Competitive racers, casual joggers or smell the roses walkers are all welcome! Safe Harbors will be giving out swag bags to registered participants. Pick up your bag Tuesday, June 15 or Thursday, June 17 from 5-6:30 p.m. or Wednesday, June 16 from Noon-1pm at Safe Harbors Box office, 109 Broadway, Newburgh. If you have any questions, contact June Henley at jhenley@safe-harbors.org.

Aquoga Aquatic Yoga & Cardio Classes Begin 7/2 Aquoga Aquatic Yoga & Cardio Classes at Moriello Pool in New Paltz will begin on Friday, 7/2 at 8:30am and run through mid-August. You can sign up and pay as you go ($15/per class) or you can purchase a 10 class card if you prefer for 5% off. Classes will be on Mondays and Fridays. Masks required on deck and bathrooms will be open but limited to 4 people, showers will not be open. The pool encourages that you arrive wearing your swimsuit and ready to commute. If you want to reserve your spot early contact amy@aquoga.com or visit aquoga.com for more information. Moriello Pool, New Paltz.

8:00 am-5:00 pm Maritime Museum Offers Solar Powered Boat Tours Tours take place on board Solaris, a 100% solar powered tour boat built at the museum’s Wooden Boat School, which offers a unique and peaceful way to experience the Hudson River and Rondout Creek. Tours depart from the docks at the museum and typically run for one to two hours. A calendar of themes and dates for the museum’s boat tours can be found online at www.hrmm.org/all-boat-tours. Info: 845-338-0071. Hudson River Maritime Museum.

8:00 am-5:00 pm Register Now: Woodstock’s Summerstage Performance Camp presents Edie’s Fairytale Theatre Held at the Mountain View Studio & Outdoor Stage. Camp will start Mon, July 19th and run thru Fri, August 20th Monday - Friday, 9am-3pm with weekly Friday 2pm shows. A great place for the adventurous, artistic, curious child to explore their imagination and hone their performance skills. Enjoy creating songs and dance, props and costumes, painting sets, with daily play practice all building towards a final showing live or live streaming. Covid Compliant. 30 years creating professional theater with children. Register online: ediesfairytaletheatre.com Visit our YouTube: childrensfairytaletheater, ediesfairytaletheatre Edie’s Fairytale Theatre is a division of ArtStrong, a 501(c)3 non-profit org. ediesfairytaletheatre.com / artstrong.org / childrensfairytaletheater.com

8:00 am-5:00 pm Arts in the Garden The Newark Museum of Art partners with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra to bring you a vibrant outdoor series of cultural celebrations. The Newark Museum of Art, Newark.

8:30 am-6:00 pm Art Exhibit: Silhouettes Exhibit will be display at the branch for the month of June. e Inspired by local legends Thomas Cole, Pete Seeger, and Rip Van Winkle, Mark brings his dog and camera on a journey of exploration and discovery for views of the Hudson River Valley and the Catskill Mountains. Please contact Mark for sales and additional information at 845-688-0120 or mccmark@twc.com. For more information concerning the exhibit, please contact Samantha Awand-Gortel, Phoenicia Branch Manager, at 845-688-5965, ext. 6701. The lobby hours are Monday through Thursday, 8:30-5, Friday 8:30-6, and Saturday 9-2. Ulster Savings Bank / Phoenicia, Phoenicia.

9:00 am-7:00 pm Free Tours & Nature Trail at Kadampa World Peace Temple New York Free Temple Tours & Trails, Buddhist Bookstore & Gift Shop, World Peace Cafe Coffee shop, picnic area. Kids, families & leashed pets welcome Kadampa Meditation Center New York, Glen Spey.

9:00 am Up Close and Personal: The Art Effect Exhibition Featuring a diverse array of media, including ceramics, digital media, film, graphic art, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, textiles, video and installation art. Runs thru 7/1 For more info, call 845-471-7477. Trolley Barn Gallery, Poughkeepsie.

9:00 am-4:00 pm Sixth Biennial Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition: “Not Just One Thing” The exhibit showcases Wilderstein’s remarkable landscape and history through site-responsive installations. The featured artists experiment not only with unexpected materials but also unusual scale and unfamiliar viewing modes to refocus our attention on the location, history, and ecology of Wilderstein. Free and open to the public daily through October 31. Wilderstein Historic Site, Rhinebeck.

9:00 am-5:00 pm Storywalk – Outdoor Reading Adventure for Families Explore PS21’s beautiful landscape and read along as a picture book unfolds along PS21’s sprawling trails. PS21: Performance Spaces for the 21st Century, Chatham.

10:00 am-12:00 pm NJCC Go Time Offered every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday morning from 10 am - 12 pm for small groups (members only). All participants must pre-register at least 24 hours in advance by calling 845-561-6602 or emailing visitnewburghjcc@gmail.com. Newburgh Jewish Community Center -Kol Yisrael Campus, Newburgh.

10:00 am-1:00 pm People’s Place Food Pantry Open Monday thru Friday, 10am to 1pm. at 17 St. James St, Kingston. Donations of fresh and shelf-stable foods are being accepted.

10:00 am-5:00 pm New Landscape Art Installations at Olana & The Thomas Cole Sites Installations by internationally renowned artists will be on view for the 2021 exhibition season. Artist Jean Shin’s site-specific work, FALLEN, and artist Portia Munson’s Flower Mandala Memento Mori can be seen at Olana State Historic Site, and artists Mark Dion and Dana Sherwood’s site-specific work, The Pollinator Pavilion and Paula Hayes Bird Nesting House and Tree can be viewed at the Thomas Cole Site. All works will be on view through October 31. The outdoor works are launched in anticipation of and are part of the upcoming major collaborative exhibition, “Cross Pollination: Heade, Cole, Church, and Our Contemporary Moment,” opening at both sites on June 12. “Cross Pollination” was created by the Thomas Cole National Historic Site, The Olana Partnership at Olana State Historic Site, and Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas. The exhibition tour is organized by Crystal Bridges. Thomas Cole National Historic Site, Catskill.

10:00 am-1:00 pm Farm-fresh stand in Saugerties A farm-fresh stand will be located in Saugerties on the fourth Friday of each month from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. through October. This is a drive-through event at the Saugerties Senior Center, located at 207 Market Street in Saugerties.

10:00 am-5:00 pm “New Work” Exhibit Featuring Alaina Enslen, Jeanette Fintz, Anne Francey, and Jenny Nelson. Open daily 11-5pm; Tuesdays by appointment. Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson.

10:00 am-5:00 pm The Art of New York: Annual Juried Art Show Selected artists juried from across NY exhibit oil, acrylic and watercolor paintings, photographs, pastels, prints and sculpture. Arkell Museum and Canajoharie Library, Canajoharie.

10:00 am-5:30 pm Art Exhibit: “Couples” at Mark Gruber Gallery A group show celebrating painters with more than just art in mind. Show runs through July 24th. at the Mark Gruber Gallery. In lieu of an artists’ opening reception during this period of transition out of the pandemic, enjoy the show during the gallery’s regular hours.The exhibit features four painting couples -- lives immersed together in art, work, families and daily life. These local artist couples include Paul Abrams and Jane Bloodgood-Abrams, Keith and Janet Gunderson, John Varriano and Marsha Massih, and Karen O’Neil and Peter Clapper. Gallery hours are: Tuesday through Friday grom 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sundays and Mondays by chance or appointment. For more information, contact Mark Gruber at (845) 255-1241 or visit markgrubergallery.com.

10:00 am-5:00 pm Thomas Cole National Historic Site Indoor & Outdoor Guided Tours Join an indoor or an outdoor guided tour with a knowledgeable Museum Educator. On the outdoor tour you'll explore the scenic grounds and the artist’s 1839 Old Studio building. On the Indoor Guided Tour of the Main House and Old Studio with a Museum Educator, you'll learn about the artist and early environmentalist Thomas Cole (1801-1848) and see the exhibition “Cross Pollination: Heade, Cole, Church & Our Contemporary Moment.” Advance reservations are required to ensure that we adhere to capacity limits. Please arrive at the Visitor Center at least 15 minutes before your tour starts. Self-guided access to the New Studio is included. Thomas Cole National Historic Site, Catskill.

10:00 am-4:00 pm Artifacts Uncovered: A Closer Look An exhibit featuring an up close and detailed explanation of some of the artifacts found in the archaeological dig done at the Persen House. Matthewis Persen House, Kingston.

10:00 am-4:00 pm Earthday Everyday "No matter our differences, we always have something in common.” A traveling, mural project with help from the talented youth of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County's Relatives As Parents Program. Matthewis Persen House, Kingston.

10:00 am-4:00 pm Daily Dutch: Exploring Aspects of Dutch Life Through the Records Daily Dutch examines aspects of Dutch life in Wiltwyck in the 1660s. Learn about local farming as well as currency and trading. Matthewis Persen House, Kingston.

10:00 am-4:00 pm Gysbert’s Inventory: A Reflection of 1665 Dutch Life The legacy of the Dutch settlers of Wiltwyck lives on through illustrations of clothing, kitchen items & other articles used in 17th century. Matthewis Persen House, Kingston.

10:00 am-5:00 pm Pen Turning This one day class will get you started in turning and pen making. You will learn about wood prep, turning, wood finishing and pen assembly. At the end of the class you will leave with 2 finished pens ready to write in style. Instructor Bill Sterling will help you through every step of the process and give you plenty of tips and tricks. The class is open to all skill levels, no prior woodworking or turning experience necessary. This is the perfect class as your first step into the hobby. General Registration: $135. Advanced registration required. Hudson River Maritime Museum, Kingston.

10:30 am-5:00 pm Historic Huguenot Street Tours, which will last approximately one hour, will take place three times a day: 10:30am, 12 and 2:30pm. Tour capacity is currently restricted to four registrants. Info: info@huguenotstreet.org. Reservations: huguenotstreet.z2systems.com/np/clients/huguenotstreet/eventRegistration.jsp?event=2349.

11:00 am-5:00 pm Kathy Goodell: Infra-Loop, Selections 1994—2020 A survey exhibition of the artist Kathy Goodell, across painting, drawing, and sculpture. Show exhibits through 7/11. Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday, 11am-5pm. Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz.

11:00 am-5:00 pm Exhibit: Lewis Hine, Child Labor Investigator Hine captured 1000s of photos that ultimately helped persuade the public and lawmakers to create new regulations to protect children. Show exhibits through 7/11. Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday, 11am-5pm. Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz.

11:00 am-5:00 pm DIRT: Inside Landscapes Artwork on display—from Hudson River School works to contemporary—shows a range of artists’ relationships with the local land. Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz.

11:00 am-4:00 pm Art Exhibit: Between Wind and Water Exhibit will showcase the works of 17 visual artists, writers and photographers who traveled together to Orkney, Scotland. Many of the pieces were completed in Scotland where artists worked in plein air and were invited to share space at the printshop in Stromness. Each of the pieces illustrates the artist’s unique reflection on the Orkney landscape where wind and water and sky dominate. The show will run through July 10. The trip to Orkney was led by Kate McGloughlin and assisted on the island by Jeanne Bousa Rose, whose work is also included in the show. “Between Wind and Water” is curated by Sandra Scheuer and Linda Schultz, both dedicated members of the Olive Free Library exhibition committee. The library is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday from 2 to 7 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. with a maximum of ten patrons in the building at one time. Visit http://www.olivefreelibrary.org for more details. Olive Free Library, West Shokan.

11:00 am-5:00 pm Opus 40 launches 2021 season Opus 40 is a world-famous sculpture park and museum in Saugerties, created by pioneering artist, quarryman and Bard College professor Harvey Fite in 1978. This season, Opus 40 will feature live music and theater from the Vanaver Caravan, Bindlestiff Cirkus, American Symphony Orchestra, Wind of Anatolia, Hot Jazz Jumpers and Spanglish Fly, as well as monthly outdoor film screenings with Upstate Films, the Sunset Sessions Friday concerts with Radio Woodstock and gallery shows with the Saugerties Arts Studio Tour, Melora Kuhn and Laura Battle. Opus 40 will also play host to a kickoff event celebrating an inaugural week of events from Ulster County Arts Collaborative Events. Opus 40 is now open for spring visits from Friday through Sunday, and will expand its hours and commence its season of live events with the annual Community Day, free for locals, on May 15. Info: https://opus40.org.

11:00 am-6:00 pm Melissa Stern: “Stronger Than Dirt” A 20 year retrospective of works by Melissa Stern. Curated by Alan Goolman. Exhibit Runs through July 11. Lockwood Gallery, Kingston.

12:00 pm Mount Gulian Historic Site Tour Offering tours once again on Fridays and Sundays, beginning Friday, through Sunday, October 24. Tours of the historic home, 18th-century Dutch barn and heritage garden will be given Fridays and Sundays at 12, 1 and 2 p.m. Reservations are required. Admission is $10 adults, $8 seniors, $5 children (ages 6-18) and free for children under six and Mount Gulian members. Membership is open to the public. Attendance will be limited to aid in social distancing and masks are required for all visitors. Advance reservations are preferred, but walk-ins will be accommodated if safety limitations allow. For tour reservations and further information, call Mount Gulian at (845) 831-8172 or email at info@mountgulian.org. Mount Gulian Historic Site, Beacon.

12:00 pm-3:00 pm Woodstock Artists Association & Museum Presents its 3rd Annual “Far & Wide National” Exhibition This timely presentation is organized around the concept of Art Brut, a theme associated with a distancing from the mainstream. The exhibition comprises work by 25 artists, selected through a national call and juried by Nicelle Beauchene and Franklin Parrasch, co-founders of Parts & Labor in Beacon. Exhibit runs thru 7/18. Gallery Hours: Friday-Sunday 12-3pm. For general information, call 845-679-2940 or visit woodstockart.org. Woodstock Artists Association & Museum (WAAM), Woodstock.

12:00 pm-6:00 pm Our Summer Story in the Catskills Summer is filled with memories in the making. We invite you to "Our Summer Story" in the Catskills. Windham Fine Arts, Windham.

12:00 pm-10:00 pm One Thing I Want You To Know A virtual celebration of Pride featuring nearly 30 LGBTQIA+ artists and advocates. Irvington Theatre, Irvington.

12:00 pm-10:00 pm Art Exhibit: Chimba – Reproducing Life: Conception Several large canvases and painted boards showing the journey of Women in the windows and indoors. On display through June 28th - everyday! Window On Hudson, Hudson.

12:00 pm-4:00 pm Marilyn Silver & Gerda van Leeuwen Solo Shows Marilyn Silver & Gerda van Leeuwen each have solo exhibits. Plus Members' Group exhibit. Longyear Gallery, Margaretville.

1:00 pm-6:00 pm Virtual Exhibit by Andrea Geller: Travellers 12 works that explore the gestural figure on land and in water. Exhibit runs thru 8/31. Geller paints over reclaimed maps. Gallery hours: Fri 1-6pm, Sat 10am-6pm, & Sun 1-5pm. Emerge Gallery, Saugerties.

1:00 pm-6:00 pm Cut Pieces: Collage Art 50 Hudson Valley artists apply collage elements into their work of various styles and mediums. Emerge Gallery, Saugerties.

1:00 pm-7:00 pm Emergency Rental Assistance Program Emergency Rental Assistance Program will provide economic relief for those who qualify. Family of Woodstock is ready to help. Available everyday 1-7pm. Info: 845-679-2485 Family of Woodstock, Woodstock.

3:00 pm-5:00 pm Longyear Artists at Green Kill Longyear Gallery artists are featured at Green Kill for June 2021. Show displays through June 26th. Gallery hours: Tues-Sat, 3-5pm. Green Kill, Kingston.

3:00 pm-7:00 pm Fiber Art & Photography Exhibit: Possibilities Featuring new experimental and evocative works by Mary Flad, fiber artist and Mary Ann Glass, mixed-media photographer. Show exhibits through June 27th. Gallery hours: Saturday 1–7PM, Sunday 1–4PM, & Friday 3-7PM. Queen City 15 Gallery, Poughkeepsie.

3:00 pm Ribbon Cutting at YWCA Community Block Party Call 845-338-5100, ext. 103 for more information. YWCA, 209 Clinton Ave., Kingston.

5:00 pm Newburgh Mall Carnival Family fun! A day of rides and games for all ages and favorite fair food. Visit the website for savings on rides. $35 Unlimited Ride Wristbands available onsite daily at Ticket Boxes. Ride Tickets for sale daily onsite & online. Saturday night rides only accept tickets after 6pm. Wristbands are for persons 36” and over. Ride Heights vary – some require an adult rider with child. Saturday 6/19 & 6/26 Policy – Wristbands will only be available for sale at the carnival ticket boxes from Noon-4pm – they will only be valid to use from Noon-6pm Saturday. Ride Tickets will be available for sale all day. Pre-Sale Ride Specials 4 Wristbands for $99 2 Wristbands for $55 1 Wristband for $29 50 Ride Tickets for $45 (includes 1 🎟 free ride) Pre-Sale from 6/5 to 6/17 at 5 PM Newburgh Mall, Newburgh.

5:00 pm-11:00 pm Smith Haven Mall Carnival This family-friendly event features midway rides and games for all ages and fair food for every appetite. See website for savings on rides. Smith Haven Mall, Lake Grove.

5:00 pm-8:00 pm Acoustic Blues & Abstract Truths Chris Reali, a Warwick-based singer songwriter, will perform three sets of original and cover songs at Brown Barn Farms. Orange County Distillery at Brown Barn Farms, New Hampton.

5:00 pm Rhinebeck Theatre Society Presents Billy Elliot The joyous and exciting celebration of one boy’s triumph against the odds. The story follows Billy’s journey as he stumbles out of the boxing ring and into a ballet class and discovers his dream to dance. Full of life, laughter, award-winning choreography and unforgettable music, this uplifting show will stay with you forever. Presented outdoors. Tickets are $25 and can be ordered by visiting centerforperformingarts.org. The Center for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck, Rhinebeck.

6:00 pm-8:30 pm Friday Family Movie Night at the African Roots Center Meets the last Friday of every month! Family movie night with popcorn, pretzels and prizes. A.J. Williams-Myers African Roots Library, Kingston.

6:00 pm-8:00 pm Roger & Lenny Concert Roger & Lenny return to Pine Plains Platter for a two-hour performance, with their striking harmonies accompanied by guitar and harmonicas. Pine Plains Platter, Pine Plains.

6:00 pm-9:00 pm David Kraai Two sets of fine country folk music at this excellent brewery! Apex Brewery, Monroe.

6:00 pm Jeff Entin Solo... but not so low you can't hear him! Live Americana music. Keegan Ales, Kingston.

6:00 pm Twilight Tour @ Woodstock Animal Sanctuary Join Shelter Director Hervé and me on a guided tour of the Sanctuary at sunset. As a special treat, we'll begin the evening with plant-based wine and cheese! Tickets for this intimate tour are limited and will sell out. Click the link below to reserve your tickets (no on-site ticket sales). Email jennifer@woodstocksanctuary.org for more information. Woodstock Animal Sanctuary, High Falls.

7:00 pm Opera Saratoga 60th Anniversary Summer Festival: QUIXOTIC OPERA A concert of scenes from operas inspired by Cervantes’ iconic novel that takes us on the adventures of a nobleman named Alonso Quixano, who reads so many chivalric romances that he loses his mind and decides to become a knight-errant to revive chivalry and serve his nation under the name Don Quixote de la Mancha! All tickets: $50 (two-person pod). Pitney Meadows Community Farm, 233 West Ave., Saratoga Springs.

7:00 pm-8:00 pm Hudson Valley YA Society Celebrates PRIDE! Join us in celebrating PRIDE this month with five amazing LGBTQ+ YA authors! Presented in Partnership with Dutchess Country Pride Center. Oblong Online.

7:00 pm-8:00 pm TapRoot Sessions: Suite Ludwig, Empty Bottle Ramblers, Moonshine Holler Part of the outdoors concert series. Dewey Hall, Sheffield.

7:00 pm-8:00 pm Arts in the Garden: Caribbean Beats Join us in the Museum garden as we enjoy the music of the West Indies with performances by Newark-based artists Redddaz, DJ Skelly, and more The Newark Museum of Art, Newark.

7:00 pm Above Suspicion and More Beautiful Putnam Theatre Alliance Freedom Project Part 3. Sherwood Anderson’s 1940 play, Above Suspicion, is paired with More Beautiful, by Putnam Valley resident, Craig Lucas. Tompkins Corners Cultural Center, Putman Valley.

7:00 pm Thornton Wilder’s Our Town A play by artistic director Michael Koegel. Performed outdoors on the Phoenicia Playhouse's grand, new front porch and on the front lawn. Audience members will be seated in comfortable furniture on Church St. Phoenicia Playhouse, Phoenicia.

7:00 pm Pollinators Lighting Up the Mid-Hudson Bridge June 21-27 To commemorate National Pollinator week, the Mid-Hudson Bridge between Poughkeepsie and Highland will be draped in 27,000 orange and yellow lights in honor of pollinators. Pollinators play a vital role in our lives and all that they do for us and the plants that rely on them. They provide one-third of all the foods we eat, including the really important ones like chocolate, vanilla and coffee; not to mention apples, blueberries and even the silage that cows need to provide milk. To learn more about pollinators, visit pollinator.org.

7:30 pm Woodstock Playhouse Summer Festival of Theatre presents Fame the Musical "Light up the sky like a flame, FAME!" Come celebrate the opening performance of the Woodstock Playhouse Festival of Theatre 2021 Season and the return of live theatre with a stellar cast of musical theatre performers & team joined together to celebrate the passion and diversity of the performing arts with 'Fame'; based on the 1980s pop culture film of the same name. 'I Want to Make Magic', 'There She Goes/Fame!', 'Hard Work', 'Think of Meryl Streep'. $35-45/tix Info: 845-679-6900; https://www.woodstockplayhouse.org/

7:30 pm Movie Night in the Garden: How to Train Your Dragon The show will go on as soon as it’s dark enough to start the movie (for now 7:45ish). Masks are required until you are seated. Seating is limited so advance registration is required. Hot buttered popcorn will be available thanks to the generosity of New Paltz Equipment Rental. For additional information, visit eltinglibrary.org. Elting Memorial Library, New Paltz.

8:00 pm Return of the Vinyl Meltdown DJ Dance Party DJs and musicians spin eclectic vinyl dance music all night with a massive four turntable setup and light show. Vinyl only!!! Plenty of space to dance. Full light show/mirror ball by Woodstock Music Shop. Bearsville Theater, Bearsville.

Family of Woodstock Seeks Donations for Annual Pop-Up Flea Market Wanted items include furniture (small enough to fit in a car), antiques, art, knickknacks, kitchenware and tools. No clothing, bedding or stuffed animals should be donated. The event will take place 8/21 at the Old Dutch Church on Wall Street in Uptown Kingston. Proceeds will go towards programs offered through Family's Adolescent Service including case management for youths and young adults struggling with mental health issues; family peer support for caregivers raising a child with a mental health diagnosis; life skills groups and case management for youths in the foster care system; housing and good tenant skills for young adults. To donate items or make a monetary donation to Adolescent Services, call Tori Barnes at 845-331-7080, ext. 146.

The Art Effect Offers In-Person Summer Art Institute A pre-college art development program for motivated, artistic, and career-minded teens this summer at the beautiful, historic Trolley Barn Gallery, a 3,000 square foot space allowing students to work safely. Each of the two sessions, running three weeks from July 5-23 and July 26-August 13, will include visits from art college representatives and a choice of three majors: drawing and painting, digital art and illustration, and advanced drawing and painting. Information and registration can be found visiting feelthearteffect.org/product/sai-2021 or by calling 845-471-7477. Trolley Barn Gallery, Poughkeepsie.

Safe Harbors Virtual 5K June 20-26 Run, walk or stroll the traditional 5K route in Downtown Newburgh or participate anytime, anywhere (including virtually on your own treadmill) from June 20–26. Competitive racers, casual joggers or smell the roses walkers are all welcome! Safe Harbors will be giving out swag bags to registered participants. Pick up your bag Tuesday, June 15 or Thursday, June 17 from 5-6:30 p.m. or Wednesday, June 16 from Noon-1pm at Safe Harbors Box office, 109 Broadway, Newburgh. If you have any questions, contact June Henley at jhenley@safe-harbors.org.

Saugerties Plans Fourth of July celebration The Saugerties Fire Department is moving forward with a celebration to honor the Fourth of July holiday. The department is receiving parade and festival guidance and will be following all Covid-19 safety precautions. Anyone wishing to participate in this year’s parade is asked to email scampbell@villageofsaugerties.org for an application.

8:00 am-5:00 pm Maritime Museum Offers Solar Powered Boat Tours Tours take place on board Solaris, a 100% solar powered tour boat built at the museum’s Wooden Boat School, which offers a unique and peaceful way to experience the Hudson River and Rondout Creek. Tours depart from the docks at the museum and typically run for one to two hours. A calendar of themes and dates for the museum’s boat tours can be found online at www.hrmm.org/all-boat-tours. Info: 845-338-0071. Hudson River Maritime Museum.

8:00 am-5:00 pm Register Now: Woodstock’s Summerstage Performance Camp presents Edie’s Fairytale Theatre Held at the Mountain View Studio & Outdoor Stage. Camp will start Mon, July 19th and run thru Fri, August 20th Monday - Friday, 9am-3pm with weekly Friday 2pm shows. A great place for the adventurous, artistic, curious child to explore their imagination and hone their performance skills. Enjoy creating songs and dance, props and costumes, painting sets, with daily play practice all building towards a final showing live or live streaming. Covid Compliant. 30 years creating professional theater with children. Register online: ediesfairytaletheatre.com Visit our YouTube: childrensfairytaletheater, ediesfairytaletheatre Edie’s Fairytale Theatre is a division of ArtStrong, a 501(c)3 non-profit org. ediesfairytaletheatre.com / artstrong.org / childrensfairytaletheater.com

8:00 am-5:00 pm Arts in the Garden The Newark Museum of Art partners with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra to bring you a vibrant outdoor series of cultural celebrations. The Newark Museum of Art, Newark.

9:00 am-2:00 pm Kingston Farmers’ Market Offering a large variety of vendors sell locally-grown eats, specialty foods, wellness items, baked goods, craft beverages, plants, and gifts in the County Courthouse parking lot, with entrances on John and Wall streets. Held through November- every Saturday 9am-2pm. Info: kingstonfarmersmarket.org

9:00 am-7:00 pm Free Tours & Nature Trail at Kadampa World Peace Temple New York Free Temple Tours & Trails, Buddhist Bookstore & Gift Shop, World Peace Cafe Coffee shop, picnic area. Kids, families & leashed pets welcome Kadampa Meditation Center New York, Glen Spey.

9:00 am-10:00 am Beginner Tai Chi Class Yang Style Long Form beginner class held Saturdays 5/15-6/26. A flowing sequence of 108 postures, this traditional form has been passed down through generations of Tai Chi Masters. It is largely practiced for health and fitness but retains the original martial arts applications. Weekly attendance is recommended because the sequence of moves is taught step by step; each class builds upon the previous one. Space is limited and pre-registration is required: 845-372-4158 or marthascheo@gmail.com. Field of Dreams Park Pavilion, New Paltz.

9:00 am-4:00 pm Sixth Biennial Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition: “Not Just One Thing” The exhibit showcases Wilderstein’s remarkable landscape and history through site-responsive installations. The featured artists experiment not only with unexpected materials but also unusual scale and unfamiliar viewing modes to refocus our attention on the location, history, and ecology of Wilderstein. Free and open to the public daily through October 31. Wilderstein Historic Site, Rhinebeck.

9:00 am-2:00 pm Art Exhibit: Silhouettes Exhibit will be display at the branch for the month of June. e Inspired by local legends Thomas Cole, Pete Seeger, and Rip Van Winkle, Mark brings his dog and camera on a journey of exploration and discovery for views of the Hudson River Valley and the Catskill Mountains. Please contact Mark for sales and additional information at 845-688-0120 or mccmark@twc.com. For more information concerning the exhibit, please contact Samantha Awand-Gortel, Phoenicia Branch Manager, at 845-688-5965, ext. 6701. The lobby hours are Monday through Thursday, 8:30-5, Friday 8:30-6, and Saturday 9-2. Ulster Savings Bank / Phoenicia, Phoenicia.

9:00 am-5:00 pm Storywalk – Outdoor Reading Adventure for Families Explore PS21’s beautiful landscape and read along as a picture book unfolds along PS21’s sprawling trails. PS21: Performance Spaces for the 21st Century, Chatham.

9:00 am-5:00 pm Blue Mountain Reformed Church Yard Sale Blue Mountain Reformed Church, 10 Blue Mountain Church Rd., Saugerties.

9:00 am-6:00 pm Story Walk at The Mountain Top Arboretum Visit The Arboretum & Follow The Story! Stop By The Visitor Center To Pick Up A Free Craft Kit. Mountain Top Arboretum, Tannersville.

10:00 am-5:00 pm Guided Tours at Opus 40 Due to Covid restrictions, guided tours by reservation for groups of five or less only. You can request a tour at info@opus40.org. Two types of tours: Sculpture & Quarryman’s Museum Tours (25 minutes or so) including a small book about Opus forty for each group, these tours tell you about the making of Harvey Fite’s masterwork and offer the a visit to the Quarryman’s Museum, created by Harvey Fite. The museum is otherwise closed to visitors. $10 per person. Minimum 2 people or $25 in addition to entrance fee. Trail Tours (30 minutes) including a trail map, this includes a walk on our trails with a seasoned Opus 40 walker — see former quarries, Fite’s former studio and tennis court, and hear a bit about local fauna and the history of quarrying in our area. $10 per person. Minimum 2 people or $30 in addition to entrance fee. Tours include social distancing. Masks MUST be worn by all, even little children. We limit groups to six. Book Your Tour at info@opus40.org

10:00 am-2:00 pm Saugerties Farmers’ Market Offering locally harvested food grown, raised, prepared and brought to market by local farmers. The market offers local seasonal vegetables; luscious orchard fruits; dried herbs; fresh-laid eggs; tasty goat and cow cheeses; pasture-raised meats and free-range poultry; delicious maple syrup, honey, jams and sauces, pickles; artisanal bread; baked goods, including gluten-free; prepared foods. Set up at 115 Main Street, Saugerties. Saturdays, 10-2pm through November.

10:00 am-5:00 pm New Landscape Art Installations at Olana & The Thomas Cole Sites Installations by internationally renowned artists will be on view for the 2021 exhibition season. Artist Jean Shin’s site-specific work, FALLEN, and artist Portia Munson’s Flower Mandala Memento Mori can be seen at Olana State Historic Site, and artists Mark Dion and Dana Sherwood’s site-specific work, The Pollinator Pavilion and Paula Hayes Bird Nesting House and Tree can be viewed at the Thomas Cole Site. All works will be on view through October 31. The outdoor works are launched in anticipation of and are part of the upcoming major collaborative exhibition, “Cross Pollination: Heade, Cole, Church, and Our Contemporary Moment,” opening at both sites on June 12. “Cross Pollination” was created by the Thomas Cole National Historic Site, The Olana Partnership at Olana State Historic Site, and Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas. The exhibition tour is organized by Crystal Bridges. Thomas Cole National Historic Site, Catskill.

10:00 am-6:00 pm Round Top Bavarian Summer Fest Info: http://www.riedlbauersresort.com/ Nussy’s Bier Garten at Riedlbauer’s, Round Top.

10:00 am-5:00 pm Wooden Pen Turning Class Learn woodworking at the Hudson River Maritime Museum Wooden Boat School! Visit hrmm.org/woodworking. Hudson Valley Maritime Museum, Kingston.

10:00 am-11:00 am Tai Chi Fridays Vince Sauter will teach you how to lower stress and keep calm with Tai Chi. Register to receive Zoom meeting link. Clinton Community Library, Rhinebeck.

10:00 am-11:00 am All-Level Yoga Join Mia Tomic and explore classical seated, standing and supine yoga poses. Email miayoga7@gmail.com to sign up. Clinton Community Library, Rhinebeck.

10:00 am-2:00 pm Newburgh Farmers’ Market Saturdays 10am– 2pm through November 20th. Support the farmers and get some local goodies! Safe Harbors Green, Newburgh.

10:00 am-6:00 pm Virtual Exhibit by Andrea Geller: Travellers 12 works that explore the gestural figure on land and in water. Exhibit runs thru 8/31. Geller paints over reclaimed maps. Gallery hours: Fri 1-6pm, Sat 10am-6pm, & Sun 1-5pm. Emerge Gallery, Saugerties.

10:00 am-5:00 pm Donations Accepted for Family of Woodstock’s 5th Annual Benefit Pop Up Flea Benefit Market (August 21st) Do you have a garage full of stuff you’ll never use? An attic that’s so cluttered that you don’t even go up there anymore? The Pop-Up Market will take place on August 21, 2021 at the Old Dutch Church during the Farm Market, and will benefit Family of Woodstock’s Adolescent Services. Please donate only small furniture items (able to fit in a car), antiques, art, knick knacks, kitchen ware, and tools, basically anything you would sell at a yard sale (no clothing, bedding or stuffed animals). Call Tori Barnes at 845-331-7080 ext. 146 to arrange a drop off or possible pick up of your donation (which can be done no contact if desired), or if you would like to make a monetary donation to Adolescent Services. Info: tbarnes@fowinc.org

10:00 am-5:00 pm Rhinebeck Crafts Festival 2021 The HV’s most unique and thoughtfully curated shopping event, The Rhinebeck Crafts Festival returns on June 26-27! Dutchess County Fairgrounds, Rhinebeck.

10:00 am-11:00 am All-Level Yoga Email miayoga7@gmail.com to sign up. (You will only need to register once.) Clinton Community Library, Rhinebeck.

10:00 am-5:00 pm “New Work” Exhibit Featuring Alaina Enslen, Jeanette Fintz, Anne Francey, and Jenny Nelson. Open daily 11-5pm; Tuesdays by appointment. Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson.

10:00 am-2:00 pm Saugerties Farmers Market Held every Saturday through October 30th. 115 Main St., Saugerties.

10:00 am-5:00 pm Thomas Cole National Historic Site Indoor & Outdoor Guided Tours Join an indoor or an outdoor guided tour with a knowledgeable Museum Educator. On the outdoor tour you'll explore the scenic grounds and the artist’s 1839 Old Studio building. On the Indoor Guided Tour of the Main House and Old Studio with a Museum Educator, you'll learn about the artist and early environmentalist Thomas Cole (1801-1848) and see the exhibition “Cross Pollination: Heade, Cole, Church & Our Contemporary Moment.” Advance reservations are required to ensure that we adhere to capacity limits. Please arrive at the Visitor Center at least 15 minutes before your tour starts. Self-guided access to the New Studio is included. Thomas Cole National Historic Site, Catskill.

10:00 am-4:00 pm Artifacts Uncovered: A Closer Look An exhibit featuring an up close and detailed explanation of some of the artifacts found in the archaeological dig done at the Persen House. Matthewis Persen House, Kingston.

10:00 am-4:00 pm 1st Ulster Militia Revolutionary War Era Reenactors For a glimpse of 18th century life at the time of the American Revolution, join the 1st Ulster Militia for a day in the life of a militiaman. Matthewis Persen House, Kingston.

10:00 am-4:00 pm Earthday Everyday "No matter our differences, we always have something in common.” A traveling, mural project with help from the talented youth of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County's Relatives As Parents Program. Matthewis Persen House, Kingston.

10:00 am-4:00 pm Daily Dutch: Exploring Aspects of Dutch Life Through the Records Daily Dutch examines aspects of Dutch life in Wiltwyck in the 1660s. Learn about local farming as well as currency and trading. Matthewis Persen House, Kingston.

10:00 am-4:00 pm Gysbert’s Inventory: A Reflection of 1665 Dutch Life The legacy of the Dutch settlers of Wiltwyck lives on through illustrations of clothing, kitchen items & other articles used in 17th century. Matthewis Persen House, Kingston.

10:00 am-12:00 pm Arts in the Garden: All Around the World Family Concert Take a musical trip across the globe in this family-friendly concert with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Chamber Players. The Newark Museum of Art, Newark.

10:00 am-5:30 pm Exhibit Opening: “Fallen Sky and Fifth Season” Two new artworks by Sarah Sze will be on view starting June 26: "Fallen Sky," a permanent sculptural commission for Storm King's collection, will be inaugurated in tandem with "Fifth Season," a multimedia installation conceived specifically for the Museum Building. Storm King Art Center, New Windsor.

10:00 am-6:00 pm Art Opening: “New Enlightened Views” An Invitational Art Exhibition of Hudson Valley landscape artists curated by the Historical Society of Newburgh and Sponsored by The Newburgh Vintage Emporium WareHouse. 100% of the proceeds from sales will go to the artists and the Historical Society of Newburgh. Runs through July 31. Newburgh Vintage Emporium WareHouse, 10 NY 17K Newburgh.

10:00 am-2:00 pm New York Attorney General Poughkeepsie Gun Buyback The Office of New York Attorney General Letitia James is hosting a community Gun Buyback in collaboration with the Poughkeepsie City Police Department. $25.00 for non-working or antique firearms; $75.00 for rifles and shotguns; $150.00 for Handguns; $250.00 for Assault Rifles. Payment will be made by Pre-Paid Gift Card at the site. Receive An iPad along with the Gift Card for Operable Handguns and Assault Rifles. One iPad per person - subject to availability on a first come, first served basis. For more information, call 212-416-8076 or email adam.chen@ag.ny.gov. Beulah Baptist Church, 92 Catharine St., Poughkeepsie.

10:00 am-11:30 am Raising HOPE New Summer Mentor Training Raising HOPE (Help, Opportunity, Passion, Empowerment) is a women’s mentoring program that helps women achieve personal, educational, and career goals with the help of a mentor to guide, advise and encourage them. For more information, contact Tasha at 845-331-4199, ext. 5, tortloff@ulsterunitedway.org. United Way of Ulster County, Kingston.

10:30 am-12:00 pm Girls Write Kingston Is Open for Registration – Free Weekly Workshops Hosted by The A.J. Williams-Myers African Roots Center, the YMCA of Kingston and Ulster Counties, the Bard Master of Arts in Teaching Program, and the Bard College Institute for Writing & Thinking (IWT) Writing is an essential tool for self-expression, advocacy, and action – a tool that is not only confined to the classroom. Girls Write Kingston offers girls and young women, ages 13 to 18 years old who live in the greater Kingston area, the opportunity to experiment, experience, and explore the writing process through a range of fun generative activities, in the company of a supportive learning community. Each participant will receive the small gift of a notebook and pen, personalized to celebrate this new program. Saturday workshops are hosted by the African Roots Center in a virtual environment (using Zoom online or with the available dial-in option) beginning 10:30 am on Saturday, February 13 with 20 sessions running through June. Girls Write Kingston is limited to 15 participants. The workshop will conclude with a celebratory community reading and launch of an online participant-directed publication. To Sign-up https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd_pppQs9rmrtBB8UTRIdt0GWLZAM5pbhNpFrk8OU25-PhnuQ/viewform Meet every Saturdays from 10:30 am to 12 through June.

10:30 am-5:00 pm Historic Huguenot Street Tours, which will last approximately one hour, will take place three times a day: 10:30am, 12 and 2:30pm. Tour capacity is currently restricted to four registrants. Info: info@huguenotstreet.org. Reservations: huguenotstreet.z2systems.com/np/clients/huguenotstreet/eventRegistration.jsp?event=2349.

10:30 am-12:30 pm Sew a Summer Tote Class Basic sewing skills helpful, but rusty or no experience also okay. Bring your machine or use one of RHPL's. This program series is brought to you in partnership with Tivoli Free Library, Starr Library, Morton Memorial Library, & Staatsburg Library. Registration required as the number of sewing machines is limited. Masks are required at all our indoors and children's programs. Email Amy@redhooklibrary.org or call the library at 845-758-3241 for more information and to register. St. Paul’s Parish Hall, 7412 S. Broadway, Red Hook.

10:30 am-12:00 pm Big Truck Day at the Museum Learn all about trucks and even sit in the truck cabs! Fire trucks, dump trucks, school buses and more. Free. No reservation required. FASNY Museum of Firefighting, Hudson.

11:00 am-5:00 pm Kathy Goodell: Infra-Loop, Selections 1994—2020 A survey exhibition of the artist Kathy Goodell, across painting, drawing, and sculpture. Show exhibits through 7/11. Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday, 11am-5pm. Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz.

11:00 am-5:00 pm Exhibit: Lewis Hine, Child Labor Investigator Hine captured 1000s of photos that ultimately helped persuade the public and lawmakers to create new regulations to protect children. Show exhibits through 7/11. Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday, 11am-5pm. Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz.

11:00 am-5:00 pm DIRT: Inside Landscapes Artwork on display—from Hudson River School works to contemporary—shows a range of artists’ relationships with the local land. Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz.

11:00 am-12:00 pm Movement Without Borders: Ballet with Adam H. Weinert Invigorating, adventurous 70-minute sessions, open to all ages and levels, focused on mind, body, and spirit. Suggested donation $15 PS21: Performance Spaces for the 21st Century, Chatham.

11:00 am-4:00 pm Wall Shows at Wired Gallery Featuring works by Carey Conaway. On view through Sunday, July 4th. Hours: Saturday and Sunday 11am-4pm. Info 682-564-5613; thewiredgallery.com The Wired Gallery, High Falls.

11:00 am-5:00 pm Opus 40 launches 2021 season Opus 40 is a world-famous sculpture park and museum in Saugerties, created by pioneering artist, quarryman and Bard College professor Harvey Fite in 1978. This season, Opus 40 will feature live music and theater from the Vanaver Caravan, Bindlestiff Cirkus, American Symphony Orchestra, Wind of Anatolia, Hot Jazz Jumpers and Spanglish Fly, as well as monthly outdoor film screenings with Upstate Films, the Sunset Sessions Friday concerts with Radio Woodstock and gallery shows with the Saugerties Arts Studio Tour, Melora Kuhn and Laura Battle. Opus 40 will also play host to a kickoff event celebrating an inaugural week of events from Ulster County Arts Collaborative Events. Opus 40 is now open for spring visits from Friday through Sunday, and will expand its hours and commence its season of live events with the annual Community Day, free for locals, on May 15. Info: https://opus40.org.

11:00 am-5:00 pm Handmade Local Makers Market in New Paltz Calling all lovers of unique, locally and artisan-made gifts, housewares, original crafts and art as well as creators of handmade beauty! Sojourner Truth Park, New Paltz.

11:00 am-7:00 pm MARC Foundation Picnic Free picnic with food and entertainment at Wilcox Park, sponsored by the MARC Foundation. Donations to the Foundation are accepted.

11:00 am-6:00 pm Melissa Stern: “Stronger Than Dirt” A 20 year retrospective of works by Melissa Stern. Curated by Alan Goolman. Exhibit Runs through July 11. Lockwood Gallery, Kingston.

11:00 am-2:00 pm Summer Reading Kickoff Party Come to our Kickoff Party to pick up your reading logs! You can also register for programs, get a special prize for signing up, and help us create beautiful murals filled with all kinds of animals. We will display the artwork in the library and outside. Town of Ulster Public Library, Kingston.

11:30 am-1:30 pm National Pollinator Week Bioblitz Join our Beatrix Farrand Garden Educator and Horticulturist for a day of insect identification in the garden. As part of National Pollinator Week they will be observing and documenting our native pollinators in this socially distanced guided event. Participants can use the iNaturalist platform to upload images and make an important contribution to science, but smartphones are not required to participate. Garden lovers of all ages are encouraged to spend some time helping them identify our most important seasonal visitors: pollinators! Please RSVP to info@beatrixfarrandgardenhydepark.org in order to plan appropriately for the event. Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site, Hyde Park.

12:00 pm-1:00 pm Movement Without Borders: Yoga with Sondra Loring Invigorating, adventurous 70-minute sessions, open to all ages and levels, focused on mind, body, and spirit. Suggested donation $15 PS21: Performance Spaces for the 21st Century, Chatham.

12:00 pm Mount Gulian Historic Site Tour Offering tours once again on Fridays and Sundays, beginning Friday, through Sunday, October 24. Tours of the historic home, 18th-century Dutch barn and heritage garden will be given Fridays and Sundays at 12, 1 and 2 p.m. Reservations are required. Admission is $10 adults, $8 seniors, $5 children (ages 6-18) and free for children under six and Mount Gulian members. Membership is open to the public. Attendance will be limited to aid in social distancing and masks are required for all visitors. Advance reservations are preferred, but walk-ins will be accommodated if safety limitations allow. For tour reservations and further information, call Mount Gulian at (845) 831-8172 or email at info@mountgulian.org. Mount Gulian Historic Site, Beacon.

12:00 pm-6:00 pm Windham Fine Arts Art Exhibits Brings the renewal of life and new beginnings. Gallery Hours: Monday - Saturday 12 pm - 6 pm Sunday 12 pm - 4 pm Info: director@windhamfinearts.com; 518-734-6850 Windham Fine Arts, Windham.

12:00 pm-3:00 pm Woodstock Artists Association & Museum Presents its 3rd Annual “Far & Wide National” Exhibition This timely presentation is organized around the concept of Art Brut, a theme associated with a distancing from the mainstream. The exhibition comprises work by 25 artists, selected through a national call and juried by Nicelle Beauchene and Franklin Parrasch, co-founders of Parts & Labor in Beacon. Exhibit runs thru 7/18. Gallery Hours: Friday-Sunday 12-3pm. For general information, call 845-679-2940 or visit woodstockart.org. Woodstock Artists Association & Museum (WAAM), Woodstock.

12:00 pm-6:00 pm Our Summer Story in the Catskills Summer is filled with memories in the making. We invite you to "Our Summer Story" in the Catskills. Windham Fine Arts, Windham.

12:00 pm-10:00 pm Art Exhibit: Chimba – Reproducing Life: Conception Several large canvases and painted boards showing the journey of Women in the windows and indoors. On display through June 28th - everyday! Window On Hudson, Hudson.

12:00 pm Newburgh Mall Carnival Family fun! A day of rides and games for all ages and favorite fair food. Visit the website for savings on rides. $35 Unlimited Ride Wristbands available onsite daily at Ticket Boxes. Ride Tickets for sale daily onsite & online. Saturday night rides only accept tickets after 6pm. Wristbands are for persons 36” and over. Ride Heights vary – some require an adult rider with child. Saturday 6/19 & 6/26 Policy – Wristbands will only be available for sale at the carnival ticket boxes from Noon-4pm – they will only be valid to use from Noon-6pm Saturday. Ride Tickets will be available for sale all day. Pre-Sale Ride Specials 4 Wristbands for $99 2 Wristbands for $55 1 Wristband for $29 50 Ride Tickets for $45 (includes 1 🎟 free ride) Pre-Sale from 6/5 to 6/17 at 5 PM Newburgh Mall, Newburgh.

12:00 pm-4:00 pm Marilyn Silver & Gerda van Leeuwen Solo Shows Marilyn Silver & Gerda van Leeuwen each have solo exhibits. Plus Members' Group exhibit. Longyear Gallery, Margaretville.

12:00 pm-11:00 pm Smith Haven Mall Carnival This family-friendly event features midway rides and games for all ages and fair food for every appetite. See website for savings on rides. Smith Haven Mall, Lake Grove.

12:00 pm-2:00 pm Tie-Dye Event to Begin Our Summer Reading Program for Kids and Adults Summer reading is a great way to keep your mind learning and working. YES, even if all you are reading is graphic novels. All you have to do is sign up & get your BINGO card. Then READ! Each Bingo earns you 1 virtual raffle ticket. When you turn your card in we will add all of your bingos up and enter you in the raffle. The program runs June 26-August 31. Raffle winners will be pulled on September 1st! Sign up for the reading program and let us know you are coming for the tie-dye event. Bring your whites and we'll provide the colors! Olive Free Library, West Shokan.

12:00 pm-4:00 pm John Burroughs’ Cabin Slabsides Tours Slabsides is the rustic cabin retreat of literary naturalist John Burroughs. For more information, email Info@johnburroughs association.org. John Burroughs Slabside & Nature Sanctuary, West Park.

12:00 pm-6:00 pm Americana BBQ w/ Live Music From Connor Wenk & Mark Brown Band Enjoy live Americana music with different acts each week. A host of local vendor – home smoked BBQ. Craft beers, summer spritzers, fresh lemonade and more. Theater tours. Bearsville Theater, Bearsville.

1:00 pm-6:00 pm Cut Pieces: Collage Art 50 Hudson Valley artists apply collage elements into their work of various styles and mediums. Emerge Gallery, Saugerties.

1:00 pm Lighthouse TV23’s Series: “Storytime” The half-hour children's show will feature stories, rhymes and songs to promote early literacy. The series will begin in June and be shown on Saturdays at 1pm and 7pm.

1:00 pm Fiber Art & Photography Exhibit: Possibilities Featuring new experimental and evocative works by Mary Flad, fiber artist and Mary Ann Glass, mixed-media photographer. Show exhibits through June 27th. Gallery hours: Saturday 1–7PM, Sunday 1–4PM, & Friday 3-7PM. Queen City 15 Gallery, Poughkeepsie.

1:00 pm-4:00 pm “Owning Earth” – Sculpture Garden Exhibit Opening An outdoor sculptural exhibition in the Sculpture Garden. Free and open to the public. Unison Arts Center, New Paltz.

1:30 pm-4:00 pm Tales the Body Tells: Movement, Voice and Words With clyde forth, Artistic Director of Lokasparsa Dance Projects. Appropriate for teens and adults with any level of experience with words and/or movement. Bring a notebook and a towel or small blanket. Tickets: $45, $36 for ASK members. Info: 845-338-0333; ask@askforarts.org. ASK, Kingston.

2:00 pm-4:30 pm Woodstock/Bearsville Theatre Rock ‘n Roll Walking Tour Walk through music history with the ROCK JUNKET Woodstock/Bearsville Theatre walking tour! Advance reservations required at rockjunket.com. Taking in sites associated with Bob Dylan, the Band, Todd Rundgren, Van Morrison, Janis Joplin and more. Begin your tour at the Bearsville Center complex and breathe Woodstock music history where it all began. Tour the grounds with exclusive access to the renovated Bearsville Theatre and the former Todd Rundgren Utopia video studios, then a short drive to Woodstock to follow in the footsteps of those who came before, seeing the stars, venues and album-cover locations that turned Woodstock into a Generation. Guests provide their own transportation from the Bearsville Center to Woodstock. To book a tour, call (888) 291-4341. To book a private tour, call Rock Junket at (646) 515-7874. Rock Junket, Woodstock.

3:00 pm-5:00 pm Longyear Artists at Green Kill Longyear Gallery artists are featured at Green Kill for June 2021. Show displays through June 26th. Gallery hours: Tues-Sat, 3-5pm. Green Kill, Kingston.

3:30 pm The Judith Tulloch Band Gardiner Brewing Co, Gardiner.

4:00 pm-6:00 pm Southern Roots Music with the Drew Young Band Southern Roots music with Drew Young, the Americana Crooner from NOLA, and his band will rock the new Tompkins Corners outdoor stage! Tompkins Corners Cultural Center, Putman Valley.

4:30 pm Sloop Clearwater on the Hudson River from Kingston Experience the Hudson River and its shores from a new perspective. Tickets for these 2-3 hour sails are available at Clearwater.org.

5:00 pm Melissa Stern: “Stronger Than Dirt,” a 20 Year Perspective On view through July 11th. Gallery hours: Thurs-Sun 11am-6pm. The Lockwood Gallery, Kingston.

5:00 pm Rhinebeck Theatre Society Presents Billy Elliot The joyous and exciting celebration of one boy’s triumph against the odds. The story follows Billy’s journey as he stumbles out of the boxing ring and into a ballet class and discovers his dream to dance. Full of life, laughter, award-winning choreography and unforgettable music, this uplifting show will stay with you forever. Presented outdoors. Tickets are $25 and can be ordered by visiting centerforperformingarts.org. The Center for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck, Rhinebeck.

5:00 pm-8:00 pm Hudson Hall’s Proprietors Gala Picnic Guests will enjoy delicious food, spring-themed drinks, and short set from River of Dreams a music-theater pageant by Frank Cuthbert based on the book of the same name by Hudson Talbott and performed by the young musicians of Harmony Project Hudson. Graciously hosted by Joan Davidson in the garden of her historic estate, Midwood Estate, in Germantown. Tickets: $300 single; $500 pair. For more information, email hello@hudsonhall.org or phone 518-822-1438. Hudson Hall, Hudson.

5:30 pm-7:30 pm Stockade Saturdays: Sunset Visits at Opus 40 Featuring live music, poetry, great food, and drinks, all framed by the remarkable Catskill Mountains at sunset. Performers from Bindlestiff Cirkus will be there. Opus 40, Saugerties.

6:30 pm-8:30 pm Poetry Reading & Open Mic Night Read your own poems and/or those of your favorite Poets! Hosted by, Laura Lonshein Ludwig. Readings are held the last Saturday of every month. All poets, writers and musicians of all ages welcome. Info: 845-246-5775. Inquiring Minds Saugerties Bookstore, Saugerties.

6:30 pm Saturday Night Songs forYour Soul – Cathy Young Join Cathy as she plays your favorite cover tunes as well as her own signature originals, in a socially distance-friendly outdoor venue. Cider Bros. has an incredible menu and a wide assortment of alcoholic/non-alcoholic beverages for you to enjoy as well. Cider Bros. Roadhouse, Red Hook.

7:00 pm Lighthouse TV23’s Series: “Storytime” The half-hour children's show will feature stories, rhymes and songs to promote early literacy. The series will begin in June and be shown on Saturdays at 1pm and 7pm.

7:00 pm-10:00 pm Music on the Patio – Jimmy Madison & Friends Drummer Madison has performed with Lionel Hampton, Roland Kirk, Chet Baker, Quincy Jones, James Brown, Maceo Parker and George Benson & more. Lydia’s Cafe, Stone Ridge.

7:00 pm Above Suspicion and More Beautiful Putnam Theatre Alliance Freedom Project Part 3. Sherwood Anderson’s 1940 play, Above Suspicion, is paired with More Beautiful, by Putnam Valley resident, Craig Lucas. Tompkins Corners Cultural Center, Putman Valley.

7:00 pm Thornton Wilder’s Our Town A play by artistic director Michael Koegel. Performed outdoors on the Phoenicia Playhouse's grand, new front porch and on the front lawn. Audience members will be seated in comfortable furniture on Church St. Phoenicia Playhouse, Phoenicia.

7:00 pm Pollinators Lighting Up the Mid-Hudson Bridge June 21-27 To commemorate National Pollinator week, the Mid-Hudson Bridge between Poughkeepsie and Highland will be draped in 27,000 orange and yellow lights in honor of pollinators. Pollinators play a vital role in our lives and all that they do for us and the plants that rely on them. They provide one-third of all the foods we eat, including the really important ones like chocolate, vanilla and coffee; not to mention apples, blueberries and even the silage that cows need to provide milk. To learn more about pollinators, visit pollinator.org.

7:30 pm Woodstock Playhouse Summer Festival of Theatre presents Fame the Musical "Light up the sky like a flame, FAME!" Come celebrate the opening performance of the Woodstock Playhouse Festival of Theatre 2021 Season and the return of live theatre with a stellar cast of musical theatre performers & team joined together to celebrate the passion and diversity of the performing arts with 'Fame'; based on the 1980s pop culture film of the same name. 'I Want to Make Magic', 'There She Goes/Fame!', 'Hard Work', 'Think of Meryl Streep'. $35-45/tix Info: 845-679-6900; https://www.woodstockplayhouse.org/

8:00 pm The Levin Brothers ‘The Vaccination Tour’ The Levin Brothers, Tony & Pete Levin and Jeff ‘Siege’ Siegel who take the stage once again for their new and aptly titled 'Vaccination Tour'. Ticket: $50/online, $55/door. Bearsville Theater, Bearsville.

8:00 am-5:00 pm Maritime Museum Offers Solar Powered Boat Tours Tours take place on board Solaris, a 100% solar powered tour boat built at the museum’s Wooden Boat School, which offers a unique and peaceful way to experience the Hudson River and Rondout Creek. Tours depart from the docks at the museum and typically run for one to two hours. A calendar of themes and dates for the museum’s boat tours can be found online at www.hrmm.org/all-boat-tours. Info: 845-338-0071. Hudson River Maritime Museum.

8:00 am-5:00 pm Register Now: Woodstock’s Summerstage Performance Camp presents Edie’s Fairytale Theatre Held at the Mountain View Studio & Outdoor Stage. Camp will start Mon, July 19th and run thru Fri, August 20th Monday - Friday, 9am-3pm with weekly Friday 2pm shows. A great place for the adventurous, artistic, curious child to explore their imagination and hone their performance skills. Enjoy creating songs and dance, props and costumes, painting sets, with daily play practice all building towards a final showing live or live streaming. Covid Compliant. 30 years creating professional theater with children. Register online: ediesfairytaletheatre.com Visit our YouTube: childrensfairytaletheater, ediesfairytaletheatre Edie’s Fairytale Theatre is a division of ArtStrong, a 501(c)3 non-profit org. ediesfairytaletheatre.com / artstrong.org / childrensfairytaletheater.com

9:00 am-7:00 pm Free Tours & Nature Trail at Kadampa World Peace Temple New York Free Temple Tours & Trails, Buddhist Bookstore & Gift Shop, World Peace Cafe Coffee shop, picnic area. Kids, families & leashed pets welcome Kadampa Meditation Center New York, Glen Spey.

9:00 am-4:00 pm Newburgh Market Featuring all local vendors from the surrounding areas. Food trucks, baked goods, handmade soaps, beekeepers, and much more. Designed Grind Cafe presents the Newburgh Market at 1401 NY 300 Newburgh in the parking lot of the Newburgh Mall every Sunday until October 17th. Info: designedgrindcafe@gmail.com

9:00 am-4:30 pm High Falls Flea Market presented by D&H Canal Museum Open Air Market offering a variety of art, antiques & collectibles. ! Meets every Sunday, 9am-4:30pm through Oct 31st. Grady Park, High Falls.

9:00 am-6:00 pm Tay Fisher’s Basketball 2021 Shooting and Dribbling Clinic June 27, 2021 Tay Fisher's Basketball announces 2021 Shooting and Dribbling Clinic on 6/27 and a 4 Day Summer Camp at The Albany Capital Center 6/28-7/1/2 Albany Cap Center, Albany.

9:00 am-1:00 pm Helping Hands, Helping Paws Wellness exam with rabies vaccine $26 (dog or cat or rabbit) Additional services and vaccinations available with wellness exam. Click link. Maybrook VFW Post 2064, Maybrook.

9:00 am-1:00 pm Helping Hands, Helping Paws Wellness exam with rabies vaccine $26 (dog or cat or rabbit) Additional services and vaccinations available with wellness exam. Click link. Maybrook VFW Post 2064, Maybrook.

9:00 am-4:00 pm Sixth Biennial Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition: “Not Just One Thing” The exhibit showcases Wilderstein’s remarkable landscape and history through site-responsive installations. The featured artists experiment not only with unexpected materials but also unusual scale and unfamiliar viewing modes to refocus our attention on the location, history, and ecology of Wilderstein. Free and open to the public daily through October 31. Wilderstein Historic Site, Rhinebeck.

9:00 am-5:00 pm Storywalk – Outdoor Reading Adventure for Families Explore PS21’s beautiful landscape and read along as a picture book unfolds along PS21’s sprawling trails. PS21: Performance Spaces for the 21st Century, Chatham.

10:00 am-4:00 pm SkyForest Outdoor Art School for Teens – Spring Session For 12 - 16 years old kids Sessions run through June 27th on Sundays 10 - 4pm SkyForest Farm, Greenfield Park, NY.

10:00 am-5:00 pm Guided Tours at Opus 40 Due to Covid restrictions, guided tours by reservation for groups of five or less only. You can request a tour at info@opus40.org. Two types of tours: Sculpture & Quarryman’s Museum Tours (25 minutes or so) including a small book about Opus forty for each group, these tours tell you about the making of Harvey Fite’s masterwork and offer the a visit to the Quarryman’s Museum, created by Harvey Fite. The museum is otherwise closed to visitors. $10 per person. Minimum 2 people or $25 in addition to entrance fee. Trail Tours (30 minutes) including a trail map, this includes a walk on our trails with a seasoned Opus 40 walker — see former quarries, Fite’s former studio and tennis court, and hear a bit about local fauna and the history of quarrying in our area. $10 per person. Minimum 2 people or $30 in addition to entrance fee. Tours include social distancing. Masks MUST be worn by all, even little children. We limit groups to six. Book Your Tour at info@opus40.org

10:00 am-2:00 pm Rosendale Summer Farmers’ Market Offering fresh meats, cheese, micro greens, vegetables, mushrooms & wines. Held every Sunday through October from 10am to 2pm in Willow Kiln Park, right behind the Rosendale Theater on Main Street.

10:00 am-2:00 pm Kingston Waterfront Farmers’ Market Showcasing hyperlocal farmers, a butcher, provisions makers, and food vendors alongside the Rondout Creek. Held Sundays, 10am-2pm through the end of October. TR Gallo Park, Kingston.

10:00 am-5:00 pm New Landscape Art Installations at Olana & The Thomas Cole Sites Installations by internationally renowned artists will be on view for the 2021 exhibition season. Artist Jean Shin’s site-specific work, FALLEN, and artist Portia Munson’s Flower Mandala Memento Mori can be seen at Olana State Historic Site, and artists Mark Dion and Dana Sherwood’s site-specific work, The Pollinator Pavilion and Paula Hayes Bird Nesting House and Tree can be viewed at the Thomas Cole Site. All works will be on view through October 31. The outdoor works are launched in anticipation of and are part of the upcoming major collaborative exhibition, “Cross Pollination: Heade, Cole, Church, and Our Contemporary Moment,” opening at both sites on June 12. “Cross Pollination” was created by the Thomas Cole National Historic Site, The Olana Partnership at Olana State Historic Site, and Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas. The exhibition tour is organized by Crystal Bridges. Thomas Cole National Historic Site, Catskill.

10:00 am-6:00 pm Round Top Bavarian Summer Fest Info: http://www.riedlbauersresort.com/ Nussy’s Bier Garten at Riedlbauer’s, Round Top.

10:00 am-5:00 pm Virtual Exhibit by Andrea Geller: Travellers 12 works that explore the gestural figure on land and in water. Exhibit runs thru 8/31. Geller paints over reclaimed maps. Gallery hours: Fri 1-6pm, Sat 10am-6pm, & Sun 1-5pm. Emerge Gallery, Saugerties.

10:00 am-3:00 pm New Paltz Open Air Market The market features locally grown produce, handmade goods, art, natural body products, baked goods, honey, cheeses, meats & eggs - all produced within a 40-mile radius from New Paltz. Market will run through December 12th. Hand sanitizer and masks will be available at the entrance of the market. Until further notice, masks and social distancing are required by all vendors and shoppers. Info: email NPOpenAirMarket@gmail.com. Church Street between Main and Academy Street, New Paltz.

10:00 am-5:00 pm Rhinebeck Crafts Festival 2021 The HV’s most unique and thoughtfully curated shopping event, The Rhinebeck Crafts Festival returns on June 26-27! Dutchess County Fairgrounds, Rhinebeck.

10:00 am-5:00 pm “New Work” Exhibit Featuring Alaina Enslen, Jeanette Fintz, Anne Francey, and Jenny Nelson. Open daily 11-5pm; Tuesdays by appointment. Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson.

10:00 am-2:00 pm Worry Doll Project/Proyecto Muñecas Quitapenas Join us at the Kingston Multicultural Festival to discover this Guatemalan tradition and make your own doll to take home! Presentec by the Reher Center. More information and registration can be found at: KingstonMulticulturalFestival.org/Worry-Dolls. T.R. Gallo Park, Kingston.

10:00 am-3:00 pm Kingston Waterfront Farmer’s Market Presented by Kingston Waterfront Business Association. Every Sunday through October 24. T.R. Gallo Park, Kingston.

10:00 am-2:00 pm Phoenicia Farmers’ Market We are a community-led initiative to connect local foods to local people in a safe, welcoming outdoor market. Behind the Phoenicia Market, across from Post Office! For questions, ideas, desires to volunteer, or to apply to be a vendor at the market, email phoeniciafm@gmail.com. The market will be off of Main Street, behind the Phoenicia Market, across from Post Office.

10:00 am-5:00 pm Thomas Cole National Historic Site Indoor & Outdoor Guided Tours Join an indoor or an outdoor guided tour with a knowledgeable Museum Educator. On the outdoor tour you'll explore the scenic grounds and the artist’s 1839 Old Studio building. On the Indoor Guided Tour of the Main House and Old Studio with a Museum Educator, you'll learn about the artist and early environmentalist Thomas Cole (1801-1848) and see the exhibition “Cross Pollination: Heade, Cole, Church & Our Contemporary Moment.” Advance reservations are required to ensure that we adhere to capacity limits. Please arrive at the Visitor Center at least 15 minutes before your tour starts. Self-guided access to the New Studio is included. Thomas Cole National Historic Site, Catskill.

10:30 am-2:00 pm St. James United Methodist Church Food Pantry Open on Sundays, from 10:30am-2pm. Participants are asked to follow COVID procedures by wearing masks, bringing in their own bags, entering through the Fair Street entrance, and observe social distancing. The food pantry does NOT deliver food. Info: (845)331-3030.

10:30 am-5:00 pm Historic Huguenot Street Tours, which will last approximately one hour, will take place three times a day: 10:30am, 12 and 2:30pm. Tour capacity is currently restricted to four registrants. Info: info@huguenotstreet.org. Reservations: huguenotstreet.z2systems.com/np/clients/huguenotstreet/eventRegistration.jsp?event=2349.

10:30 am-2:00 pm Happy to Help Food Pantry The food pantry is only open on Sundays, from 10:30am-2pm. Participants are asked to bring in their own bags, enter through the Fair St. entrance, and observe social distancing. The food pantry does NOT deliver food. For more information, call 845-331-3030. St. James United Methodist Church, 35 Pearl St., Kingston.

11:00 am-5:00 pm Kathy Goodell: Infra-Loop, Selections 1994—2020 A survey exhibition of the artist Kathy Goodell, across painting, drawing, and sculpture. Show exhibits through 7/11. Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday, 11am-5pm. Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz.

11:00 am-5:00 pm Exhibit: Lewis Hine, Child Labor Investigator Hine captured 1000s of photos that ultimately helped persuade the public and lawmakers to create new regulations to protect children. Show exhibits through 7/11. Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday, 11am-5pm. Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz.

11:00 am-5:00 pm DIRT: Inside Landscapes Artwork on display—from Hudson River School works to contemporary—shows a range of artists’ relationships with the local land. Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz.

11:00 am-4:00 pm Wall Shows at Wired Gallery Featuring works by Carey Conaway. On view through Sunday, July 4th. Hours: Saturday and Sunday 11am-4pm. Info 682-564-5613; thewiredgallery.com The Wired Gallery, High Falls.

11:00 am-5:00 pm Opus 40 launches 2021 season Opus 40 is a world-famous sculpture park and museum in Saugerties, created by pioneering artist, quarryman and Bard College professor Harvey Fite in 1978. This season, Opus 40 will feature live music and theater from the Vanaver Caravan, Bindlestiff Cirkus, American Symphony Orchestra, Wind of Anatolia, Hot Jazz Jumpers and Spanglish Fly, as well as monthly outdoor film screenings with Upstate Films, the Sunset Sessions Friday concerts with Radio Woodstock and gallery shows with the Saugerties Arts Studio Tour, Melora Kuhn and Laura Battle. Opus 40 will also play host to a kickoff event celebrating an inaugural week of events from Ulster County Arts Collaborative Events. Opus 40 is now open for spring visits from Friday through Sunday, and will expand its hours and commence its season of live events with the annual Community Day, free for locals, on May 15. Info: https://opus40.org.

11:00 am-2:00 pm Callicoon Farmers’ Market You will find many farms in addition to food producers and artisans offering wine, hard cider, pasta, condiments, prepared foods, baked goods, ice cream, jam, honey, maple syrup, herbal tea blends, skin care products, pottery, woodwork and much more. Held every Sunday, year round. Callicoon Creek Park, A. Dorrer Dr., Callicoon.

11:00 am-6:00 pm Melissa Stern: “Stronger Than Dirt” A 20 year retrospective of works by Melissa Stern. Curated by Alan Goolman. Exhibit Runs through July 11. Lockwood Gallery, Kingston.

11:00 am-3:00 pm Jazz Brunch Sunday Concert Series – Christine and Elliott Spero Enjoy live jazz music, food and summer walks in the park every Sunday through Labor Day. The brunch menu features handmade cocktails and an array of breakfast options. The admission cover charge is $10. Bearsville Theater, Bearsville.

12:00 pm-3:00 pm New Paltz Open Air Market – Sundays The vendor fair on Church Street! Featuring locally grown produce, handmade goods, art, natural body products, baked goods, honey, cheeses, meats, eggs and more! All produced within a 40 mile radius from New Paltz! Sundays, 12-3pm through 12/12. Info: newpaltzfarmersmarket.org

12:00 pm Mount Gulian Historic Site Tour Offering tours once again on Fridays and Sundays, beginning Friday, through Sunday, October 24. Tours of the historic home, 18th-century Dutch barn and heritage garden will be given Fridays and Sundays at 12, 1 and 2 p.m. Reservations are required. Admission is $10 adults, $8 seniors, $5 children (ages 6-18) and free for children under six and Mount Gulian members. Membership is open to the public. Attendance will be limited to aid in social distancing and masks are required for all visitors. Advance reservations are preferred, but walk-ins will be accommodated if safety limitations allow. For tour reservations and further information, call Mount Gulian at (845) 831-8172 or email at info@mountgulian.org. Mount Gulian Historic Site, Beacon.

12:00 pm-3:00 pm Woodstock Artists Association & Museum Presents its 3rd Annual “Far & Wide National” Exhibition This timely presentation is organized around the concept of Art Brut, a theme associated with a distancing from the mainstream. The exhibition comprises work by 25 artists, selected through a national call and juried by Nicelle Beauchene and Franklin Parrasch, co-founders of Parts & Labor in Beacon. Exhibit runs thru 7/18. Gallery Hours: Friday-Sunday 12-3pm. For general information, call 845-679-2940 or visit woodstockart.org. Woodstock Artists Association & Museum (WAAM), Woodstock.

12:00 pm-6:00 pm Our Summer Story in the Catskills Summer is filled with memories in the making. We invite you to "Our Summer Story" in the Catskills. Windham Fine Arts, Windham.

12:00 pm-10:00 pm Art Exhibit: Chimba – Reproducing Life: Conception Several large canvases and painted boards showing the journey of Women in the windows and indoors. On display through June 28th - everyday! Window On Hudson, Hudson.

12:00 pm Newburgh Mall Carnival Family fun! A day of rides and games for all ages and favorite fair food. Visit the website for savings on rides. $35 Unlimited Ride Wristbands available onsite daily at Ticket Boxes. Ride Tickets for sale daily onsite & online. Saturday night rides only accept tickets after 6pm. Wristbands are for persons 36” and over. Ride Heights vary – some require an adult rider with child. Saturday 6/19 & 6/26 Policy – Wristbands will only be available for sale at the carnival ticket boxes from Noon-4pm – they will only be valid to use from Noon-6pm Saturday. Ride Tickets will be available for sale all day. Pre-Sale Ride Specials 4 Wristbands for $99 2 Wristbands for $55 1 Wristband for $29 50 Ride Tickets for $45 (includes 1 🎟 free ride) Pre-Sale from 6/5 to 6/17 at 5 PM Newburgh Mall, Newburgh.

12:00 pm-4:00 pm Marilyn Silver & Gerda van Leeuwen Solo Shows Marilyn Silver & Gerda van Leeuwen each have solo exhibits. Plus Members' Group exhibit. Longyear Gallery, Margaretville.

12:00 pm-10:00 pm Smith Haven Mall Carnival This family-friendly event features midway rides and games for all ages and fair food for every appetite. See website for savings on rides. Smith Haven Mall, Lake Grove.

12:00 pm-3:00 pm Meet the Authors and Book Signing Meet the authors M.T. Maliha and S.M. Stevens. Free raffles. Zena Recreation Park, Kingston.

1:00 pm-6:00 pm Cut Pieces: Collage Art 50 Hudson Valley artists apply collage elements into their work of various styles and mediums. Emerge Gallery, Saugerties.

1:00 pm-2:30 pm The Great Pollinator Ramble Processional Arts Workshop, whose giant puppet performances lead NY’s Village Halloween Parade, will stage an immersive “puppet-scape” in tandem with our collaborative exhibition, “Cross Pollination”. Held in collaboration with The Olana Partnership at the Olana State Historic Site and Processional Arts Workshop. To learn more, email education@thomascole.org or education@olana.org. Thomas Cole National Historic Site, Catskill.

1:00 pm-4:00 pm Fiber Art & Photography Exhibit: Possibilities Featuring new experimental and evocative works by Mary Flad, fiber artist and Mary Ann Glass, mixed-media photographer. Show exhibits through June 27th. Gallery hours: Saturday 1–7PM, Sunday 1–4PM, & Friday 3-7PM. Queen City 15 Gallery, Poughkeepsie.

2:00 pm Woodstock Playhouse Summer Festival of Theatre presents Fame the Musical "Light up the sky like a flame, FAME!" Come celebrate the opening performance of the Woodstock Playhouse Festival of Theatre 2021 Season and the return of live theatre with a stellar cast of musical theatre performers & team joined together to celebrate the passion and diversity of the performing arts with 'Fame'; based on the 1980s pop culture film of the same name. 'I Want to Make Magic', 'There She Goes/Fame!', 'Hard Work', 'Think of Meryl Streep'. $35-45/tix Info: 845-679-6900; https://www.woodstockplayhouse.org/

2:00 pm-5:00 pm David Kraai with Larry Packer (from The Last Waltz) Two sets of fine country folk music at this excellent craft beer bottle shop & bar's outdoor beer garden with Larry Packer on fiddle! Grand Cru Beer & Cheese Market, Rhinebeck.

2:00 pm-5:00 pm Rockin’ Day at Phillies Bridge Farm Hudson Valley’s own Miles Brothers Band is nothing short of a rich, North American gumbo steeped in roots 'n' blues, rap, classic rock and reggae ala Tosh & Marley with a dash of Hendrix to boot. And Ray Charles to bring ‘em home with a smile and a warm heart. There are plenty of originals too, making this band one that spans 50 years of collective music and that means a lil sumpin’ for everyone to enjoy. Food and drinks will be available for purchase. Proceeds go directly to the musicians and support Phillies Bridge Farm’s food justice and education programs. Tickets can be purchased online at philliesbridge.org/events. Phillies Bridge Farm Project, New Paltz.

3:00 pm Red Hook Ultimate Frisbee – Check the website before attending Ongoing games – Wednesdays 5pm & Sundays 3pm. Casual, co-ed pickup games. Red Hook High School, Red Hook.

3:00 pm Woodstock Concerts on the Green Livestream – Niall Connolly Join us for the virtual 2021 Woodstock Concerts on the Green brought to you by Ulster Savings Bank and Markertek. Broadcast from a remote location. Production made possible with help from the Woodstock Chamber of Commerce, Radio Woodstock, and the Woodstock Music Shop. Attend by visiting: facebook.com/events/1207902556312184.

3:00 pm-5:00 pm Charming Disaster: Songs from the Underworld Brooklyn, NY based goth-folk duo Charming Disaster will bring their playfully macabre duets to the Widow Jane Mine. Snyder Estate, Rosendale.

3:00 pm-4:00 pm Fridman Gallery’s Artist Talk: Athena LaTocha Conversing with Fridman Gallery Director Karlyn Benson, Athena LaTocha will discuss her work in relation to her environment and processes. Fridman Gallery, Beacon.

3:00 pm Charming Disaster ANew York-based goth-folk duo, brings its unique sound to Hudson and Rosendale. The “Songs from the Underworld Micro-Tour” lands at Time & Space Limited in Hudson and the historic Widow Jane Mine in Rosendale this weekend. At the Rosendale show, Charming Disaster performs tunes inspired by ghost stories and local folklore underground. Grab tickets online and in advance to either venue. By donation. Snyder Estate, Rosendale.

4:00 pm-6:00 pm Guitar Talk Joel Harrison's book Guitar Talk: Conversations with 27 Visionary Players. Performances by Nels Cline, David Gilmore, and Joel Harrison. Lydia’s Cafe, Stone Ridge.

4:30 pm Fireworks with Sloop Clearwater on the Hudson River from Poughkeepsie Experience the Hudson River and its shores from a new perspective. Tickets for are available at Clearwater.org.

5:00 pm Sunset with Sloop Clearwater on the Hudson River from Kingston Experience the Hudson River and its shores from a new perspective. Tickets for are available at Clearwater.org.

5:00 pm Rhinebeck Theatre Society Presents Billy Elliot The joyous and exciting celebration of one boy’s triumph against the odds. The story follows Billy’s journey as he stumbles out of the boxing ring and into a ballet class and discovers his dream to dance. Full of life, laughter, award-winning choreography and unforgettable music, this uplifting show will stay with you forever. Presented outdoors. Tickets are $25 and can be ordered by visiting centerforperformingarts.org. The Center for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck, Rhinebeck.

7:00 pm Bedtime Stories with a Librarian – via Facebook Christina Davis, library staff member and Woodland Playhouse Principal, will read a story in the evening on Sundays and Mondays. On Tuesdays she will be telling oral stories and original stories. Tune in on FB Live – Go to the Phoenicia Library FB page and wait for the story to start. Please let us know if you have any questions – just use FB messenger. All are welcome! To view this live, visit the Phoenicia Library FaceBook page - facebook.com/pg/phoenicia.library/events/ Phoenicia Library, Phoenicia.

7:00 pm-8:00 pm Mozart: The String Trios (streaming) Aston Magna Music Festival and the Mahaiwe co-present “Mozart: The String Trios.” Link to the virtual event: mahaiwe.org/events/music/ The Mahaiwe, Great Barrington.

7:00 pm Above Suspicion and More Beautiful Putnam Theatre Alliance Freedom Project Part 3. Sherwood Anderson’s 1940 play, Above Suspicion, is paired with More Beautiful, by Putnam Valley resident, Craig Lucas. Tompkins Corners Cultural Center, Putman Valley.

7:00 pm Pollinators Lighting Up the Mid-Hudson Bridge June 21-27 To commemorate National Pollinator week, the Mid-Hudson Bridge between Poughkeepsie and Highland will be draped in 27,000 orange and yellow lights in honor of pollinators. Pollinators play a vital role in our lives and all that they do for us and the plants that rely on them. They provide one-third of all the foods we eat, including the really important ones like chocolate, vanilla and coffee; not to mention apples, blueberries and even the silage that cows need to provide milk. To learn more about pollinators, visit pollinator.org.

Aquoga Aquatic Yoga & Cardio Classes Begin 7/2 Aquoga Aquatic Yoga & Cardio Classes at Moriello Pool in New Paltz will begin on Friday, 7/2 at 8:30am and run through mid-August. You can sign up and pay as you go ($15/per class) or you can purchase a 10 class card if you prefer for 5% off. Classes will be on Mondays and Fridays. Masks required on deck and bathrooms will be open but limited to 4 people, showers will not be open. The pool encourages that you arrive wearing your swimsuit and ready to commute. If you want to reserve your spot early contact amy@aquoga.com or visit aquoga.com for more information. Moriello Pool, New Paltz.

P.L.A.Y. All Day Summer Camps This introductory program dips into history and imaginative ways of thinking through arts activities and exploration of our grounds. Our young artists will explore music, visual arts, and theater while weaving together Bethel Woods themes of community, caring, and creativity. No previous experience required! We welcome artists of all abilities! The 1 week long sessions run July 12-August 20. $250 per session; tuition assistance is available. Visit our website for more info and registration. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Bethel.

8:00 am-5:00 pm Tay Fisher’s Basketball 2021 Summer Camp 6/28-7/1/21 Tay Fisher, Siena College standout, Harlem Globetrotter (2009-2019) & Kingston HS grad, returns to the Capital NY region with Summer Camp Albany Cap Center, Albany.

8:30 am-5:00 pm Art Exhibit: Silhouettes Exhibit will be display at the branch for the month of June. e Inspired by local legends Thomas Cole, Pete Seeger, and Rip Van Winkle, Mark brings his dog and camera on a journey of exploration and discovery for views of the Hudson River Valley and the Catskill Mountains. Please contact Mark for sales and additional information at 845-688-0120 or mccmark@twc.com. For more information concerning the exhibit, please contact Samantha Awand-Gortel, Phoenicia Branch Manager, at 845-688-5965, ext. 6701. The lobby hours are Monday through Thursday, 8:30-5, Friday 8:30-6, and Saturday 9-2. Ulster Savings Bank / Phoenicia, Phoenicia.

9:00 am Up Close and Personal: The Art Effect Exhibition Featuring a diverse array of media, including ceramics, digital media, film, graphic art, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, textiles, video and installation art. Runs thru 7/1 For more info, call 845-471-7477. Trolley Barn Gallery, Poughkeepsie.

9:00 am Gentle Yoga with Kathy Suggested donation of $4 per class. You can make your donation by PayPal or by check mailed to the library. If you're not able to pay, we would still like you to join the class, any donations are very much appreciated to keep the class going. Register for each class using the link below. Olive Free Library, West Shokan.

9:00 am-4:00 pm Sixth Biennial Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition: “Not Just One Thing” The exhibit showcases Wilderstein’s remarkable landscape and history through site-responsive installations. The featured artists experiment not only with unexpected materials but also unusual scale and unfamiliar viewing modes to refocus our attention on the location, history, and ecology of Wilderstein. Free and open to the public daily through October 31. Wilderstein Historic Site, Rhinebeck.

9:00 am-5:00 pm Storywalk – Outdoor Reading Adventure for Families Explore PS21’s beautiful landscape and read along as a picture book unfolds along PS21’s sprawling trails. PS21: Performance Spaces for the 21st Century, Chatham.

9:30 am-10:30 am Qi Gong with Vince Sauter Learn how to lower stress and keep calm with Tai Chi. Register to receive Zoom meeting link. Clinton Community Library, Rhinebeck.

10:00 am-12:00 pm NJCC Go Time Offered every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday morning from 10 am - 12 pm for small groups (members only). All participants must pre-register at least 24 hours in advance by calling 845-561-6602 or emailing visitnewburghjcc@gmail.com. Newburgh Jewish Community Center -Kol Yisrael Campus, Newburgh.

10:00 am-1:00 pm People’s Place Food Pantry Open Monday thru Friday, 10am to 1pm. at 17 St. James St, Kingston. Donations of fresh and shelf-stable foods are being accepted.

10:00 am-5:00 pm “New Work” Exhibit Featuring Alaina Enslen, Jeanette Fintz, Anne Francey, and Jenny Nelson. Open daily 11-5pm; Tuesdays by appointment. Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson.

10:00 am-12:00 pm Mental Health & Wellness Workshop "Building Resilience In Our Time" with Abeda Khanam, Chaplain, Educator &. Mental Health Advocate. Mountain Top Library, Tannersville.

10:30 am-5:00 pm Historic Huguenot Street Tours, which will last approximately one hour, will take place three times a day: 10:30am, 12 and 2:30pm. Tour capacity is currently restricted to four registrants. Info: info@huguenotstreet.org. Reservations: huguenotstreet.z2systems.com/np/clients/huguenotstreet/eventRegistration.jsp?event=2349.

12:00 pm-6:00 pm Our Summer Story in the Catskills Summer is filled with memories in the making. We invite you to "Our Summer Story" in the Catskills. Windham Fine Arts, Windham.

1:00 pm-4:00 pm Indoor – Pickleball Returns Only groups of 6 players will be allowed in the gym. Must RSVP to reserve your spot by calling 561-6602. Pickleball schedule is Monday: 1 - 4 pm & 6 -9 pm; Tuesday & Thursday, 9 am - 12 pm, 1 - 4 pm & 6 -9 pm. Sundays 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. Temple Beth Jacob, Newburgh.

3:00 pm-6:30 pm Poughkeepsie’s Waterfront Market The market offers a wide range of farm-fresh greens and vegetables, fruit, herbs, apples, cider, baked goods, eggs, poultry, vegetable plant starts, prepared food and more. Returning vendors include: Maynard Farms (fruits and vegetables), Lasher Meadows (eggs and poultry), J & J Farms (vegetables), the Educated Chef (sourdough breads), Queen City Cakes (bundt cakes and cookies), Dutchess Outreach’s Mobile Market (fruits and vegetables), Spice Beast (protein-enhanced spice blends) and Chef Stef (prepared food). Held in the Pavilion every Monday 3- 6:30pm through October 25th. Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum, Poughkeepsie.

4:30 pm Live Acoustic with Marji Zintz Acoustic music.

5:00 pm-10:00 pm Smith Haven Mall Carnival This family-friendly event features midway rides and games for all ages and fair food for every appetite. See website for savings on rides. Smith Haven Mall, Lake Grove.

6:00 pm-7:00 pm Virtual Martial Arts Classes (Monday thru Friday) At home, virtual training! Zoom Online Video.

6:00 pm-9:00 pm Indoor – Pickleball Returns Only groups of 6 players will be allowed in the gym. Must RSVP to reserve your spot by calling 561-6602. Pickleball schedule is Monday: 1 - 4 pm & 6 -9 pm; Tuesday & Thursday, 9 am - 12 pm, 1 - 4 pm & 6 -9 pm. Sundays 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. Temple Beth Jacob, Newburgh.

7:00 pm Bedtime Stories with a Librarian – via Facebook Christina Davis, library staff member and Woodland Playhouse Principal, will read a story in the evening on Sundays and Mondays. On Tuesdays she will be telling oral stories and original stories. Tune in on FB Live – Go to the Phoenicia Library FB page and wait for the story to start. Please let us know if you have any questions – just use FB messenger. All are welcome! To view this live, visit the Phoenicia Library FaceBook page - facebook.com/pg/phoenicia.library/events/ Phoenicia Library, Phoenicia.

7:00 pm Gentle Yoga with Kathy Suggested donation of $4 per class. You can make your donation by PayPal or by check mailed to the library. If you're not able to pay, we would still like you to join the class, any donations are very much appreciated to keep the class going. Register for each class using the link below. Olive Free Library, West Shokan.

I.D.E.A; Inclusion, Diversity, Equity in America, a Collaborative Social Justice Art Exhibit A collaboration with New Horizons Resources (NHR), The Arc Mid-Hudson and the Cornell Creative Arts Center. This show highlights artwork that expresses feelings, thoughts and experiences in regard to racism, social injustice and oppression faced by people supported and employed through both NHR and Arc Mid-Hudson. We hope the work in this exhibit promotes a mutual understanding of how racism impacts our entire society and community and provides opportunity for constructive dialogue, and positive change. The show runs through July. Cornell Creative Art Center, Kingston.

12:00 am-9:00 pm Margaretville Fire Department’s Annual Fourth of July Field Days Fireworks, live entertainment, and carnival rides and games from Gillette Shows. The Field Days brings the whole community together. The carnival is the fire department’s main fundraiser: Proceeds from the ticket sales, raffles, and donations on the nights of fireworks help fund our mission all year long. Held behind Freshtown, Margaretville.

Writers in the Mountains Presents Mini-Essays and Short Stories Summer A six-week long workshop with Jane Seitel, July 20–August 24. The class will be held online Tuesdays, from 3-5pm. Once registered and paid, participants will be given instructions on how to join the class. Registration deadline: July 13. Visit our website for more information and to register.

9:00 am-12:00 pm Indoor – Pickleball Returns Only groups of 6 players will be allowed in the gym. Must RSVP to reserve your spot by calling 561-6602. Pickleball schedule is Monday: 1 - 4 pm & 6 -9 pm; Tuesday & Thursday, 9 am - 12 pm, 1 - 4 pm & 6 -9 pm. Sundays 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. Temple Beth Jacob, Newburgh.

9:00 am Up Close and Personal: The Art Effect Exhibition Featuring a diverse array of media, including ceramics, digital media, film, graphic art, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, textiles, video and installation art. Runs thru 7/1 For more info, call 845-471-7477. Trolley Barn Gallery, Poughkeepsie.

9:00 am-11:00 am People’s Place Farm Stand Offering fresh produce, much of which is donated by local Hudson Valley farms. Any Ulster County resident with financial challenges can utilize the seasonal program, which runs every Tuesday from 9 to 11 a.m. through the end of October. No identification is required for this program. Produce will be prepacked. The program is in partnership with the Food Bank of the Hudson Valley and is made possible by the Community Foundation of the Hudson Valley through a grant from the NOVO Foundation. Info: www.peoplesplaceuc. org orwww.facebook.com/ PeoplesPlaceKingston. People’s Place, Kingston.

9:00 am-4:00 pm Sixth Biennial Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition: “Not Just One Thing” The exhibit showcases Wilderstein’s remarkable landscape and history through site-responsive installations. The featured artists experiment not only with unexpected materials but also unusual scale and unfamiliar viewing modes to refocus our attention on the location, history, and ecology of Wilderstein. Free and open to the public daily through October 31. Wilderstein Historic Site, Rhinebeck.

9:00 am-5:00 pm Storywalk – Outdoor Reading Adventure for Families Explore PS21’s beautiful landscape and read along as a picture book unfolds along PS21’s sprawling trails. PS21: Performance Spaces for the 21st Century, Chatham.

9:00 am-1:00 pm Food Pantry at Trinity Lutheran Church, Open Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 9am-1pm. The pantry is closed on Mondays and Fridays. Trinity Lutheran Church, 72 Spring St., Kingston

9:00 am-10:00 pm Joyful Yoga Tuesdays With Instructor Mary Jude Cohen. Poses designed to release stress and elongate muscles. Both beginners and advanced yogis welcome. Mountain Top Library, Tannersville.

10:00 am Hudson Valley Mall Walk Wear a mask! Every Tuesday at 10am.

10:00 am-1:00 pm People’s Place Food Pantry Open Monday thru Friday, 10am to 1pm. at 17 St. James St, Kingston. Donations of fresh and shelf-stable foods are being accepted.

10:00 am-5:00 pm Thomas Cole National Historic Site Indoor & Outdoor Guided Tours Join an indoor or an outdoor guided tour with a knowledgeable Museum Educator. On the outdoor tour you'll explore the scenic grounds and the artist’s 1839 Old Studio building. On the Indoor Guided Tour of the Main House and Old Studio with a Museum Educator, you'll learn about the artist and early environmentalist Thomas Cole (1801-1848) and see the exhibition “Cross Pollination: Heade, Cole, Church & Our Contemporary Moment.” Advance reservations are required to ensure that we adhere to capacity limits. Please arrive at the Visitor Center at least 15 minutes before your tour starts. Self-guided access to the New Studio is included. Thomas Cole National Historic Site, Catskill.

10:30 am Storytimes with Miss Stephanie – via Zoom Tuesdays at 10:30am. Log in or call for the Zoom info. Saugerties Public Library, Saugerties.

10:30 am-5:00 pm Historic Huguenot Street Tours, which will last approximately one hour, will take place three times a day: 10:30am, 12 and 2:30pm. Tour capacity is currently restricted to four registrants. Info: info@huguenotstreet.org. Reservations: huguenotstreet.z2systems.com/np/clients/huguenotstreet/eventRegistration.jsp?event=2349.

10:30 am Preschool Story Hour Ms. Kelley will offer a musical story hour for children ages 3-5 years on Tuesday mornings. This early literacy story time will include stories, non-fiction books, felt board stories, songs and a take home craft kit. Town of Ulster Public Library, Kingston.

11:00 am-4:00 pm Art Exhibit: Between Wind and Water Exhibit will showcase the works of 17 visual artists, writers and photographers who traveled together to Orkney, Scotland. Many of the pieces were completed in Scotland where artists worked in plein air and were invited to share space at the printshop in Stromness. Each of the pieces illustrates the artist’s unique reflection on the Orkney landscape where wind and water and sky dominate. The show will run through July 10. The trip to Orkney was led by Kate McGloughlin and assisted on the island by Jeanne Bousa Rose, whose work is also included in the show. “Between Wind and Water” is curated by Sandra Scheuer and Linda Schultz, both dedicated members of the Olive Free Library exhibition committee. The library is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday from 2 to 7 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. with a maximum of ten patrons in the building at one time. Visit http://www.olivefreelibrary.org for more details. Olive Free Library, West Shokan.

12:00 pm-1:00 pm Six Week Film in Social Media Class with Silo Media and Professionality Consulting Learn how to use film, how to make and edit compelling film content on your phone, Vimeo vs You Tube, Live stream vs pre-record and more. Great Barrington, Great Barrington.

12:00 pm-6:00 pm Our Summer Story in the Catskills Summer is filled with memories in the making. We invite you to "Our Summer Story" in the Catskills. Windham Fine Arts, Windham.

1:00 pm-7:00 pm Emergency Rental Assistance Program Emergency Rental Assistance Program will provide economic relief for those who qualify. Family of Woodstock is ready to help. Available everyday 1-7pm. Info: 845-679-2485 Family of Woodstock, Woodstock.

3:00 pm-5:00 pm Virtual Knitting & Crocheting with Tea & Cookies Every other Tuesday from 3 pm – 5 pm For the Zoom info - log into: woodstock.org/ Woodstock Public Library, Woodstock.

3:00 pm-4:00 pm School’s Out Program For ages 5-12 will meet on Tuesdays, 3-4pm. Sign up for arts and crafts, a STEM activity, and visits from special guests! Please email children@townofulsterlibrary.org to register. Town of Ulster Public Library, Kingston.

5:00 pm-10:00 pm Smith Haven Mall Carnival This family-friendly event features midway rides and games for all ages and fair food for every appetite. See website for savings on rides. Smith Haven Mall, Lake Grove.

5:30 pm-6:30 pm Lower Extremity Arterial Disease with MSLC A free virtual seminar on Lower Extremity Arterial Disease. Presented by Dr. Sae Hahm. Learn about prevention, diagnosis, and treatments. Virtual Event.

6:00 pm Wild Harvest: Foraging at Oakdale Lake Join herbalist and author Dina Falconi for a walk that explores the edible local landscape. Learn to identify the plants of Oakdale Lake using basic sensory skills and discover how they are used for food, medicine and pleasure. This walk will include practical information on harvest and preparation. Signed copies of her book, Foraging & Feasting: A Field Guide and Wild Food Cookbook, will also be available for purchase. Space is limited, so please call 518-828-1792, ext. 101 or email programs@hudsonarealibrary.org to register. Meet at Oakdale Beach, 53-99 N. 6th St., Hudson. .

6:00 pm-7:00 pm Narcan Training with NYS Senator Hinchey Join Senator Hinchey and Samadhi for a free Narcan training in Woodstock onthe Village Green. Village Green/Woodstock, Woodstock.

6:30 pm Cornwall-on-Hudson Bandstand Summer Concert Series: Midnight Slim & LaurieAnne Rock (classic) music. Grab your blanket, cooler, friends, and family and come on down! Relax and enjoy a beautiful sunset and a wonderful night of music among friends! (Rain date 6/30). Those who attend COH bandstand concerts should be wearing masks or social distancing. Held at 250 Hudson St., Cornwall-on-Hudson.

7:00 pm Poughkeepsie’s Longest Running Jazz Jam The Poughkeepsie Jazz Project (PKJP) was created in 2012 with the goal of maintaining live jazz culture and community in Poughkeepsie. Since its inception, The PKJP has presented a weekly jazz jam session accessible to all musicians and fans of live music. Over the past seven years, the jam has been honored to host hundreds of musicians from the Tri-state area. This jazz jam session is every Tuesday from 7-10pm. All musicians bring your own instruments. Mahoney’s, Poughkeepsie.

7:00 pm-8:00 pm Tuesday Night Group Meditation Weekly group meditation in community helps deepen your practice. Free and open to all; beginners welcome. Dharmakaya Center for Wellbeing, Cragsmoor.

7:00 pm Ukulele Lessons Beginner lessons - all are welcome. Pre-register by e-mailing swixon@pinehillcommunitycenter.org. Pine Hill Community Center, Pine Hill.

Family of Woodstock Seeks Donations for Annual Pop-Up Flea Market Wanted items include furniture (small enough to fit in a car), antiques, art, knickknacks, kitchenware and tools. No clothing, bedding or stuffed animals should be donated. The event will take place 8/21 at the Old Dutch Church on Wall Street in Uptown Kingston. Proceeds will go towards programs offered through Family's Adolescent Service including case management for youths and young adults struggling with mental health issues; family peer support for caregivers raising a child with a mental health diagnosis; life skills groups and case management for youths in the foster care system; housing and good tenant skills for young adults. To donate items or make a monetary donation to Adolescent Services, call Tori Barnes at 845-331-7080, ext. 146.

12:00 am-9:00 pm Margaretville Fire Department’s Annual Fourth of July Field Days Fireworks, live entertainment, and carnival rides and games from Gillette Shows. The Field Days brings the whole community together. The carnival is the fire department’s main fundraiser: Proceeds from the ticket sales, raffles, and donations on the nights of fireworks help fund our mission all year long. Held behind Freshtown, Margaretville.

Dutchess County Drive-Thru Senior Picnics Free for seniors ages 60 and up, $8 for those under 60. Reservations are required by calling the Dutchess County Office for the Aging at 845-486-2555. Proof of residency is required. Bowdoin Park, 85 Sheafe Rd., Poughkeepsie.

8:00 am-5:00 pm Lego Club – via Zoom Wednesdays at 4pm. Log in or call for the Zoom info. Saugerties Public Library, Saugerties.

8:00 am-5:00 pm Arts in the Garden The Newark Museum of Art partners with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra to bring you a vibrant outdoor series of cultural celebrations. The Newark Museum of Art, Newark.

8:00 am-5:00 pm Fishing The River at Norrie Point Put on waders and help pull a seine net, then identify the catch with Norrie research educators. After fishing, take a short, educator led nature walk to the new playground in Mills/Norrie State Park. Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy by the river! This program is for adults and children (6 and older). All gear is provided. Hosted by Morton Memorial Library & Community House. Register using the link below. Norrie Point Environmental Center - State Park, Margaret Norrie State Park, Staatsburg.

9:00 am Up Close and Personal: The Art Effect Exhibition Featuring a diverse array of media, including ceramics, digital media, film, graphic art, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, textiles, video and installation art. Runs thru 7/1 For more info, call 845-471-7477. Trolley Barn Gallery, Poughkeepsie.

9:00 am-4:00 pm Sixth Biennial Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition: “Not Just One Thing” The exhibit showcases Wilderstein’s remarkable landscape and history through site-responsive installations. The featured artists experiment not only with unexpected materials but also unusual scale and unfamiliar viewing modes to refocus our attention on the location, history, and ecology of Wilderstein. Free and open to the public daily through October 31. Wilderstein Historic Site, Rhinebeck.

9:00 am-5:00 pm Storywalk – Outdoor Reading Adventure for Families Explore PS21’s beautiful landscape and read along as a picture book unfolds along PS21’s sprawling trails. PS21: Performance Spaces for the 21st Century, Chatham.

9:00 am-1:00 pm Food Pantry at Trinity Lutheran Church, Open Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 9am-1pm. The pantry is closed on Mondays and Fridays. Trinity Lutheran Church, 72 Spring St., Kingston

9:30 am-10:30 am Qi Gong with Vince Sauter Learn how to lower stress and keep calm with Tai Chi. Register to receive Zoom meeting link. Clinton Community Library, Rhinebeck.

10:00 am-12:00 pm NJCC Go Time Offered every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday morning from 10 am - 12 pm for small groups (members only). All participants must pre-register at least 24 hours in advance by calling 845-561-6602 or emailing visitnewburghjcc@gmail.com. Newburgh Jewish Community Center -Kol Yisrael Campus, Newburgh.

10:00 am-1:00 pm People’s Place Food Pantry Open Monday thru Friday, 10am to 1pm. at 17 St. James St, Kingston. Donations of fresh and shelf-stable foods are being accepted.

10:00 am-5:00 pm “New Work” Exhibit Featuring Alaina Enslen, Jeanette Fintz, Anne Francey, and Jenny Nelson. Open daily 11-5pm; Tuesdays by appointment. Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson.

10:00 am-5:00 pm Thomas Cole National Historic Site Indoor & Outdoor Guided Tours Join an indoor or an outdoor guided tour with a knowledgeable Museum Educator. On the outdoor tour you'll explore the scenic grounds and the artist’s 1839 Old Studio building. On the Indoor Guided Tour of the Main House and Old Studio with a Museum Educator, you'll learn about the artist and early environmentalist Thomas Cole (1801-1848) and see the exhibition “Cross Pollination: Heade, Cole, Church & Our Contemporary Moment.” Advance reservations are required to ensure that we adhere to capacity limits. Please arrive at the Visitor Center at least 15 minutes before your tour starts. Self-guided access to the New Studio is included. Thomas Cole National Historic Site, Catskill.

10:30 am Baby & Me Story Hour Ms. Kelley will offer a musical story hour for children ages birth-2 years on Wednesday mornings. This early literacy story hour will include stories, felt board nursery rhymes, songs and a take home craft kit. Children ages 0-3 and caregivers welcome. Town of Ulster Public Library, Kingston.

11:00 am-5:00 pm Kathy Goodell: Infra-Loop, Selections 1994—2020 A survey exhibition of the artist Kathy Goodell, across painting, drawing, and sculpture. Show exhibits through 7/11. Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday, 11am-5pm. Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz.

11:00 am-5:00 pm Exhibit: Lewis Hine, Child Labor Investigator Hine captured 1000s of photos that ultimately helped persuade the public and lawmakers to create new regulations to protect children. Show exhibits through 7/11. Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday, 11am-5pm. Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz.

11:00 am-5:00 pm DIRT: Inside Landscapes Artwork on display—from Hudson River School works to contemporary—shows a range of artists’ relationships with the local land. Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz.

12:00 pm-6:00 pm Our Summer Story in the Catskills Summer is filled with memories in the making. We invite you to "Our Summer Story" in the Catskills. Windham Fine Arts, Windham.

12:00 pm Citi Field Carnival Enjoy holiday weekend fun at this family-friendly event featuring midway rides and games for all ages and a variety of carnival eats. Citi Field, Corona.

12:00 pm-10:00 pm Art Exhibition – Will Squibb “Chekhov’s Gun” Chekhov’s Gun marks Will Squibb’s first solo exhibition of his multidisciplinary study of the common but highly charged object: the gun. Open 24 hours every day! Window On Hudson, Hudson.

1:30 pm Online Singing Circle Join us every Wednesday for an Online Singing Circle hosted by Phoenicia & Olive Libraries. No Rehearsal. No performance. No judgment. All Voices Welcome. Open to all who enjoy the joy of singing- the more the merrier. We can have a great time together/apart on Zoom! We sing songs that spark the interest of the folks who show up. Wonderful harmonies start to happen and sometimes we sing again and then we just keep on singing. Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83952423830 .

3:30 pm-8:30 pm Woodstock Farm Festival – 2021 Season Woodstock’s weekly Wednesday festival features fresh, local and organic food, live music, prepared foods, family-friendly programming, and a vibrant atmosphere for convening with friends and neighbors from near and far. Shop with local farmers, makers and bakers in an open-air, socially-distanced, COVID-conscious marketplace in the heart of town. Info: woodstockfarmfestival.org

5:00 pm Red Hook Ultimate Frisbee – Check the website before attending Ongoing games – Wednesdays 5pm & Sundays 3pm. Casual, co-ed pickup games. Red Hook High School, Red Hook.

5:00 pm-9:00 pm Free Handgun Safety / Permit Course Register online visit www.safetycourse.us Phoenicia Fish and Game Association, Mount Tremper.

5:00 pm-10:00 pm Smith Haven Mall Carnival This family-friendly event features midway rides and games for all ages and fair food for every appetite. See website for savings on rides. Smith Haven Mall, Lake Grove.

5:30 pm-6:30 pm Virtual Italian Conversational Class with Dr. Ornella Mazucca This weekly virtual class is designed for people who have some knowledge of the Italian language and would like to improve their conversational skills. Contact Nicole at nlane@rcls.org for for the Zoom link and password. Gardiner Library, Gardiner.

6:00 pm-7:30 pm Qi Gong via Zoom With Paul Bloom on Wednesdays 6-7:30pm. Presented by The Woodstock Library. To join email Paul at paulbloomck@gmail.com. Classes are free!

7:00 pm-8:00 pm Korean Lotus Lantern Craft Join us online as the Korean Spirit and Culture Promotion Project shows how to make a lotus lantern. Register:Email tivoliprograms@gmail.com Tivoli Free Library, Tivoli.

7:00 pm Topic of Cancer A new support group for cancer survivors and co-survivors. Anyone who has cared for a loved one with cancer, will have its first meeting. Sponsored by Family of Woodstock, Inc., the group is for survivors of ALL cancers, women and men. We will help people transitioning to a new way of life, assist with problems at home, work or school, the side effects of treatment, role and relationship changes, financial concerns and just about any problems relevant to cancer survivors. Area experts and professionals in the cancer support community will also be available on a regular basis. Topic of Cancer will develop its own norms, rules, meeting times and even location to reflect the spirit and values of its members and the Woodstock community. The group will be led by Jane Young, N.P., R.N., survivor and Eric Glass, survivor. For more information, call 914-466-2917 or 845-750-1253. Woodstock Reformed Church, Woodstock, NY.

7:00 pm 1903 Raceabout Sloop Eleanor Hudson River Historic Boat Restoration & Sailing Society president Chris Hoppe will give a virtual lecture, “A History and the Restoration of the Raceabout Sloop Eleanor,” as part of the Follow the River Lecture Series, sponsored by Rondout Savings Bank. This virtual lecture will cover the story of Eleanor’s construction, life afloat and restoration. Click the link below to register. Hudson River Maritime Museum, Kingston.

12:00 am-9:00 pm Margaretville Fire Department’s Annual Fourth of July Field Days Fireworks, live entertainment, and carnival rides and games from Gillette Shows. The Field Days brings the whole community together. The carnival is the fire department’s main fundraiser: Proceeds from the ticket sales, raffles, and donations on the nights of fireworks help fund our mission all year long. Held behind Freshtown, Margaretville.

Walk-A-Mile in My Shoes: A 56-Mile Walk by Veterans Participants across the country will be able to join the Veterans that will be walking the 90 km (56 mi) distance on 8/29-8/30 virtually by inputting their progress starting on July 1st. You can walk 5, 10, or 56 miles and then share it with friends and family. Your journey will show our large military community that they are supported and someone is ready to walk with them in any struggle they my experience. For more info, email Gavin.walters@hvcvr.org or call 845-481-4004. To learn more about the HVNCVR Vet2Vet of Ulster County Program, visit hvcvr.org or Facebook.com/Vet2VetOfUlsterCounty.

8:00 am-5:00 pm Arts in the Garden The Newark Museum of Art partners with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra to bring you a vibrant outdoor series of cultural celebrations. The Newark Museum of Art, Newark.

9:00 am-12:00 pm Indoor – Pickleball Returns Only groups of 6 players will be allowed in the gym. Must RSVP to reserve your spot by calling 561-6602. Pickleball schedule is Monday: 1 - 4 pm & 6 -9 pm; Tuesday & Thursday, 9 am - 12 pm, 1 - 4 pm & 6 -9 pm. Sundays 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. Temple Beth Jacob, Newburgh.

9:00 am-9:45 am Gardiner Library Walking Club for Seniors Meet in the upper parking lot at the library. Meets every Thursday, weather permitting Want to get some fresh air meet new people, all while getting some exercise? Join the club! Contact Nicole at nlane@rcls.org for more information. gardinerlibrary.org or the library’s Facebook page. Gardiner Library, Gardiner.

9:00 am Up Close and Personal: The Art Effect Exhibition Featuring a diverse array of media, including ceramics, digital media, film, graphic art, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, textiles, video and installation art. Runs thru 7/1 For more info, call 845-471-7477. Trolley Barn Gallery, Poughkeepsie.

9:00 am-4:00 pm Sixth Biennial Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition: “Not Just One Thing” The exhibit showcases Wilderstein’s remarkable landscape and history through site-responsive installations. The featured artists experiment not only with unexpected materials but also unusual scale and unfamiliar viewing modes to refocus our attention on the location, history, and ecology of Wilderstein. Free and open to the public daily through October 31. Wilderstein Historic Site, Rhinebeck.

9:00 am-5:00 pm Storywalk – Outdoor Reading Adventure for Families Explore PS21’s beautiful landscape and read along as a picture book unfolds along PS21’s sprawling trails. PS21: Performance Spaces for the 21st Century, Chatham.

9:00 am-1:00 pm Food Pantry at Trinity Lutheran Church, Open Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 9am-1pm. The pantry is closed on Mondays and Fridays. Trinity Lutheran Church, 72 Spring St., Kingston

10:00 am-1:00 pm People’s Place Food Pantry Open Monday thru Friday, 10am to 1pm. at 17 St. James St, Kingston. Donations of fresh and shelf-stable foods are being accepted.

10:00 am-5:00 pm “New Work” Exhibit Featuring Alaina Enslen, Jeanette Fintz, Anne Francey, and Jenny Nelson. Open daily 11-5pm; Tuesdays by appointment. Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson.

10:00 am-5:00 pm Thomas Cole National Historic Site Indoor & Outdoor Guided Tours Join an indoor or an outdoor guided tour with a knowledgeable Museum Educator. On the outdoor tour you'll explore the scenic grounds and the artist’s 1839 Old Studio building. On the Indoor Guided Tour of the Main House and Old Studio with a Museum Educator, you'll learn about the artist and early environmentalist Thomas Cole (1801-1848) and see the exhibition “Cross Pollination: Heade, Cole, Church & Our Contemporary Moment.” Advance reservations are required to ensure that we adhere to capacity limits. Please arrive at the Visitor Center at least 15 minutes before your tour starts. Self-guided access to the New Studio is included. Thomas Cole National Historic Site, Catskill.

10:00 am-4:00 pm Artifacts Uncovered: A Closer Look An exhibit featuring an up close and detailed explanation of some of the artifacts found in the archaeological dig done at the Persen House. Matthewis Persen House, Kingston.

10:00 am-4:00 pm Earthday Everyday "No matter our differences, we always have something in common.” A traveling, mural project with help from the talented youth of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County's Relatives As Parents Program. Matthewis Persen House, Kingston.

10:00 am-4:00 pm Daily Dutch: Exploring Aspects of Dutch Life Through the Records Daily Dutch examines aspects of Dutch life in Wiltwyck in the 1660s. Learn about local farming as well as currency and trading. Matthewis Persen House, Kingston.

10:00 am-4:00 pm Gysbert’s Inventory: A Reflection of 1665 Dutch Life The legacy of the Dutch settlers of Wiltwyck lives on through illustrations of clothing, kitchen items & other articles used in 17th century. Matthewis Persen House, Kingston.

10:30 am-5:00 pm Historic Huguenot Street Tours, which will last approximately one hour, will take place three times a day: 10:30am, 12 and 2:30pm. Tour capacity is currently restricted to four registrants. Info: info@huguenotstreet.org. Reservations: huguenotstreet.z2systems.com/np/clients/huguenotstreet/eventRegistration.jsp?event=2349.

11:00 am-5:00 pm Kathy Goodell: Infra-Loop, Selections 1994—2020 A survey exhibition of the artist Kathy Goodell, across painting, drawing, and sculpture. Show exhibits through 7/11. Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday, 11am-5pm. Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz.

11:00 am-5:00 pm Exhibit: Lewis Hine, Child Labor Investigator Hine captured 1000s of photos that ultimately helped persuade the public and lawmakers to create new regulations to protect children. Show exhibits through 7/11. Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday, 11am-5pm. Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz.

11:00 am-5:00 pm DIRT: Inside Landscapes Artwork on display—from Hudson River School works to contemporary—shows a range of artists’ relationships with the local land. Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz.

11:00 am-6:00 pm Melissa Stern: “Stronger Than Dirt” A 20 year retrospective of works by Melissa Stern. Curated by Alan Goolman. Exhibit Runs through July 11. Lockwood Gallery, Kingston.

12:00 pm-6:00 pm Our Summer Story in the Catskills Summer is filled with memories in the making. We invite you to "Our Summer Story" in the Catskills. Windham Fine Arts, Windham.

12:00 pm Citi Field Carnival Enjoy holiday weekend fun at this family-friendly event featuring midway rides and games for all ages and a variety of carnival eats. Citi Field, Corona.

4:00 pm-4:45 pm Virtual Kids Yoga with Hari Prakaash – via Zoom Every Thursday @ 4pm through September 2nd. Woodstock Public Library, Woodstock.

5:00 pm-7:30 pm Happy Testing Hour Free HIV & STI testing. Meets on the 1st Thursday of each month from 5-7:30pm. Info: 845-704-7322; 845-331-5300;jdebella@hudsonvalleycs.org; LGBTQCenter.org. Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center, Kingston.

5:00 pm Tech Time Call the Library at 845-338-7881 if you would like to reserve a spot or drop in for a fifteen-minute one-to-one session with a library staff member who will answer your general tech questions. Town of Ulster Public Library, Kingston.

5:00 pm Melissa Stern: “Stronger Than Dirt,” a 20 Year Perspective On view through July 11th. Gallery hours: Thurs-Sun 11am-6pm. The Lockwood Gallery, Kingston.

5:00 pm-10:00 pm Smith Haven Mall Carnival This family-friendly event features midway rides and games for all ages and fair food for every appetite. See website for savings on rides. Smith Haven Mall, Lake Grove.

5:00 pm Rhinebeck Theatre Society Presents Billy Elliot The joyous and exciting celebration of one boy’s triumph against the odds. The story follows Billy’s journey as he stumbles out of the boxing ring and into a ballet class and discovers his dream to dance. Full of life, laughter, award-winning choreography and unforgettable music, this uplifting show will stay with you forever. Presented outdoors. Tickets are $25 and can be ordered by visiting centerforperformingarts.org. The Center for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck, Rhinebeck.

5:30 pm-6:30 pm Movement Without Borders: Pilates with Peggy Wallin-Hart Invigorating, adventurous 70-minute pilates sessions. All ages and levels, focusing on mind, body, and spirit. Suggested donation $15 PS21: Performance Spaces for the 21st Century, Chatham.

7:00 pm Swing Night at the Brewery! Every first Thursday! Lesson with Got2Lindy Dance Studios 7pm, Swing Shift Orchestra 7:30-9:30pm. No cover. Tip the band! Newburgh Brewing Company, Newburgh.

7:00 pm-9:00 pm Speed Dating Join in the fun with an energetic night of speed dating. Hosted by a Dose of Los Entertainment, your dating coordinator will guide you through an exciting night of mini dates with possible future suitors in a comfortable, safe, and unique way. Armed with house questions, quizzes, your own intuition, and your one of a kind host, we promise to provide you with the opportunity to meet new people and potentially a love connection! Reserve your spot today before we sell out! For more info and to register, call 845-741-7475 or email ctorresinc@gmail.com. JavaJo’s Beer & Wine Bar, 30 Millpond Pkwy, Monroe.

7:00 pm Marilyn Maye & Friends Maye has received numerous awards including a Grammy nomination and she appeared 76 times on “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson,” more than any other singer. She has performed with symphony orchestras around the country and played more than 100 engagements in New York City while in her 80s alone. Click for Tickets or phone 518-822-1438. General Admission – Tables: $75 per ticket (purchased in tables of 2 or 4) or Single Tickets $35 per ticket (theater-style, socially-distanced, grouped by order).

7:00 pm Catskill’s 4th of July Celebration Bring a chair and enjoy the fun! Live performance by Mark Gamsjager’s Lustre Kings at 7pm followed by fireworks at dusk. Bring the family and enjoy the fun along the banks of the Hudson River. Info: 518-943-3830. Dutchman’s Landing Park, Main St., Catskill.

8:30 pm Outdoor Film Screening: Summer of Soul This film shines a light on the importance of history to our spiritual well-being and stands as a testament to the healing power of music during times of unrest, both past and present. The feature includes never-before-seen concert performances by Stevie Wonder, Nina Simone, Sly & the Family Stone, Gladys Knight & the Pips, Mahalia Jackson, B.B. King, The 5th Dimension and more. Presented in collaboration with the Big Eddy Film Festival. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Bethel.

I.D.E.A; Inclusion, Diversity, Equity in America, a Collaborative Social Justice Art Exhibit A collaboration with New Horizons Resources (NHR), The Arc Mid-Hudson and the Cornell Creative Arts Center. This show highlights artwork that expresses feelings, thoughts and experiences in regard to racism, social injustice and oppression faced by people supported and employed through both NHR and Arc Mid-Hudson. We hope the work in this exhibit promotes a mutual understanding of how racism impacts our entire society and community and provides opportunity for constructive dialogue, and positive change. The show runs through July. Cornell Creative Art Center, Kingston.

12:00 am-9:00 pm Margaretville Fire Department’s Annual Fourth of July Field Days Fireworks, live entertainment, and carnival rides and games from Gillette Shows. The Field Days brings the whole community together. The carnival is the fire department’s main fundraiser: Proceeds from the ticket sales, raffles, and donations on the nights of fireworks help fund our mission all year long. Held behind Freshtown, Margaretville.

P.L.A.Y. Songwriter Workshop 7/19-7/30 Two-week arts intensive for youth ages 9-15. Students go “behind the music” to learn composition through individual lessons and small group ensemble work with a focus on vocal and instrumental work. Anchored in social engagement, participants will explore the instruments, music styles, and subject matter that inspires them to write lyrics and create their own meaningful songs. We highlight the importance of working as a team while celebrating each individual’s contribution. We welcome artists of all abilities! The program concludes in a musical share event of their work on August 30. Cost: $400; tuition assistance available. See our website for more information and registration. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Bethel.

8:00 am-5:00 pm Destination Saugerties: First Fridays Shops keep their doors open every first Friday of each month. Shop, drink, dine and play local! Village of Saugerties.

8:00 am-5:00 pm Maritime Museum Offers Solar Powered Boat Tours Tours take place on board Solaris, a 100% solar powered tour boat built at the museum’s Wooden Boat School, which offers a unique and peaceful way to experience the Hudson River and Rondout Creek. Tours depart from the docks at the museum and typically run for one to two hours. A calendar of themes and dates for the museum’s boat tours can be found online at www.hrmm.org/all-boat-tours. Info: 845-338-0071. Hudson River Maritime Museum.

8:00 am-5:00 pm Register Now: Woodstock’s Summerstage Performance Camp presents Edie’s Fairytale Theatre Held at the Mountain View Studio & Outdoor Stage. Camp will start Mon, July 19th and run thru Fri, August 20th Monday - Friday, 9am-3pm with weekly Friday 2pm shows. A great place for the adventurous, artistic, curious child to explore their imagination and hone their performance skills. Enjoy creating songs and dance, props and costumes, painting sets, with daily play practice all building towards a final showing live or live streaming. Covid Compliant. 30 years creating professional theater with children. Register online: ediesfairytaletheatre.com Visit our YouTube: childrensfairytaletheater, ediesfairytaletheatre Edie’s Fairytale Theatre is a division of ArtStrong, a 501(c)3 non-profit org. ediesfairytaletheatre.com / artstrong.org / childrensfairytaletheater.com

8:00 am-5:00 pm Arts in the Garden The Newark Museum of Art partners with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra to bring you a vibrant outdoor series of cultural celebrations. The Newark Museum of Art, Newark.

8:30 am-10:00 am Aquoga Aquatic Yoga in New Paltz Aquoga classes run on Mondays & Fridays 7/2-8/13 at 8:30am. Moriello Pool, New Paltz.

9:00 am-7:00 pm Free Tours & Nature Trail at Kadampa World Peace Temple New York Free Temple Tours & Trails, Buddhist Bookstore & Gift Shop, World Peace Cafe Coffee shop, picnic area. Kids, families & leashed pets welcome Kadampa Meditation Center New York, Glen Spey.

9:00 am-4:00 pm Sixth Biennial Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition: “Not Just One Thing” The exhibit showcases Wilderstein’s remarkable landscape and history through site-responsive installations. The featured artists experiment not only with unexpected materials but also unusual scale and unfamiliar viewing modes to refocus our attention on the location, history, and ecology of Wilderstein. Free and open to the public daily through October 31. Wilderstein Historic Site, Rhinebeck.

9:00 am-5:00 pm Storywalk – Outdoor Reading Adventure for Families Explore PS21’s beautiful landscape and read along as a picture book unfolds along PS21’s sprawling trails. PS21: Performance Spaces for the 21st Century, Chatham.

9:30 am-10:30 am Tai Chi Fridays Vince Sauter will teach you how to lower stress and keep calm with Tai Chi. Register to receive Zoom meeting link. Clinton Community Library, Rhinebeck.

10:00 am-12:00 pm NJCC Go Time Offered every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday morning from 10 am - 12 pm for small groups (members only). All participants must pre-register at least 24 hours in advance by calling 845-561-6602 or emailing visitnewburghjcc@gmail.com. Newburgh Jewish Community Center -Kol Yisrael Campus, Newburgh.

10:00 am-1:00 pm People’s Place Food Pantry Open Monday thru Friday, 10am to 1pm. at 17 St. James St, Kingston. Donations of fresh and shelf-stable foods are being accepted.

10:00 am-6:00 pm Take & Make (Ages 5+) Stop by the library any time on the 1st & 3rd Fridays of the month to pick up a craft kit. First comes first serve. Clinton Community Library, Rhinebeck.

10:00 am-5:00 pm New Landscape Art Installations at Olana & The Thomas Cole Sites Installations by internationally renowned artists will be on view for the 2021 exhibition season. Artist Jean Shin’s site-specific work, FALLEN, and artist Portia Munson’s Flower Mandala Memento Mori can be seen at Olana State Historic Site, and artists Mark Dion and Dana Sherwood’s site-specific work, The Pollinator Pavilion and Paula Hayes Bird Nesting House and Tree can be viewed at the Thomas Cole Site. All works will be on view through October 31. The outdoor works are launched in anticipation of and are part of the upcoming major collaborative exhibition, “Cross Pollination: Heade, Cole, Church, and Our Contemporary Moment,” opening at both sites on June 12. “Cross Pollination” was created by the Thomas Cole National Historic Site, The Olana Partnership at Olana State Historic Site, and Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas. The exhibition tour is organized by Crystal Bridges. Thomas Cole National Historic Site, Catskill.

10:00 am-5:00 pm “New Work” Exhibit Featuring Alaina Enslen, Jeanette Fintz, Anne Francey, and Jenny Nelson. Open daily 11-5pm; Tuesdays by appointment. Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson.

10:00 am-5:00 pm The Art of New York: Annual Juried Art Show Selected artists juried from across NY exhibit oil, acrylic and watercolor paintings, photographs, pastels, prints and sculpture. Arkell Museum and Canajoharie Library, Canajoharie.

10:00 am-5:30 pm Art Exhibit: “Couples” at Mark Gruber Gallery A group show celebrating painters with more than just art in mind. Show runs through July 24th. at the Mark Gruber Gallery. In lieu of an artists’ opening reception during this period of transition out of the pandemic, enjoy the show during the gallery’s regular hours.The exhibit features four painting couples -- lives immersed together in art, work, families and daily life. These local artist couples include Paul Abrams and Jane Bloodgood-Abrams, Keith and Janet Gunderson, John Varriano and Marsha Massih, and Karen O’Neil and Peter Clapper. Gallery hours are: Tuesday through Friday grom 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sundays and Mondays by chance or appointment. For more information, contact Mark Gruber at (845) 255-1241 or visit markgrubergallery.com.

10:00 am-5:00 pm Thomas Cole National Historic Site Indoor & Outdoor Guided Tours Join an indoor or an outdoor guided tour with a knowledgeable Museum Educator. On the outdoor tour you'll explore the scenic grounds and the artist’s 1839 Old Studio building. On the Indoor Guided Tour of the Main House and Old Studio with a Museum Educator, you'll learn about the artist and early environmentalist Thomas Cole (1801-1848) and see the exhibition “Cross Pollination: Heade, Cole, Church & Our Contemporary Moment.” Advance reservations are required to ensure that we adhere to capacity limits. Please arrive at the Visitor Center at least 15 minutes before your tour starts. Self-guided access to the New Studio is included. Thomas Cole National Historic Site, Catskill.

10:00 am-4:00 pm Artifacts Uncovered: A Closer Look An exhibit featuring an up close and detailed explanation of some of the artifacts found in the archaeological dig done at the Persen House. Matthewis Persen House, Kingston.

10:00 am-4:00 pm Earthday Everyday "No matter our differences, we always have something in common.” A traveling, mural project with help from the talented youth of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County's Relatives As Parents Program. Matthewis Persen House, Kingston.

10:00 am-4:00 pm Daily Dutch: Exploring Aspects of Dutch Life Through the Records Daily Dutch examines aspects of Dutch life in Wiltwyck in the 1660s. Learn about local farming as well as currency and trading. Matthewis Persen House, Kingston.

10:00 am-4:00 pm Gysbert’s Inventory: A Reflection of 1665 Dutch Life The legacy of the Dutch settlers of Wiltwyck lives on through illustrations of clothing, kitchen items & other articles used in 17th century. Matthewis Persen House, Kingston.

10:30 am-5:00 pm Historic Huguenot Street Tours, which will last approximately one hour, will take place three times a day: 10:30am, 12 and 2:30pm. Tour capacity is currently restricted to four registrants. Info: info@huguenotstreet.org. Reservations: huguenotstreet.z2systems.com/np/clients/huguenotstreet/eventRegistration.jsp?event=2349.

11:00 am-5:00 pm Kathy Goodell: Infra-Loop, Selections 1994—2020 A survey exhibition of the artist Kathy Goodell, across painting, drawing, and sculpture. Show exhibits through 7/11. Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday, 11am-5pm. Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz.

11:00 am-5:00 pm Exhibit: Lewis Hine, Child Labor Investigator Hine captured 1000s of photos that ultimately helped persuade the public and lawmakers to create new regulations to protect children. Show exhibits through 7/11. Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday, 11am-5pm. Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz.

11:00 am-5:00 pm DIRT: Inside Landscapes Artwork on display—from Hudson River School works to contemporary—shows a range of artists’ relationships with the local land. Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz.

11:00 am-4:00 pm Art Exhibit: Between Wind and Water Exhibit will showcase the works of 17 visual artists, writers and photographers who traveled together to Orkney, Scotland. Many of the pieces were completed in Scotland where artists worked in plein air and were invited to share space at the printshop in Stromness. Each of the pieces illustrates the artist’s unique reflection on the Orkney landscape where wind and water and sky dominate. The show will run through July 10. The trip to Orkney was led by Kate McGloughlin and assisted on the island by Jeanne Bousa Rose, whose work is also included in the show. “Between Wind and Water” is curated by Sandra Scheuer and Linda Schultz, both dedicated members of the Olive Free Library exhibition committee. The library is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday from 2 to 7 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. with a maximum of ten patrons in the building at one time. Visit http://www.olivefreelibrary.org for more details. Olive Free Library, West Shokan.

11:00 am-5:00 pm Opus 40 launches 2021 season Opus 40 is a world-famous sculpture park and museum in Saugerties, created by pioneering artist, quarryman and Bard College professor Harvey Fite in 1978. This season, Opus 40 will feature live music and theater from the Vanaver Caravan, Bindlestiff Cirkus, American Symphony Orchestra, Wind of Anatolia, Hot Jazz Jumpers and Spanglish Fly, as well as monthly outdoor film screenings with Upstate Films, the Sunset Sessions Friday concerts with Radio Woodstock and gallery shows with the Saugerties Arts Studio Tour, Melora Kuhn and Laura Battle. Opus 40 will also play host to a kickoff event celebrating an inaugural week of events from Ulster County Arts Collaborative Events. Opus 40 is now open for spring visits from Friday through Sunday, and will expand its hours and commence its season of live events with the annual Community Day, free for locals, on May 15. Info: https://opus40.org.

11:00 am-6:00 pm Melissa Stern: “Stronger Than Dirt” A 20 year retrospective of works by Melissa Stern. Curated by Alan Goolman. Exhibit Runs through July 11. Lockwood Gallery, Kingston.

11:00 am-4:00 pm Signs of the Times: The Modjeska Sign Studios Friends of Historic Kingston exhibit will be on display every Friday & Saturday from 11am-4pm through October 30th. Info: FOHKny@gmail.com. Friends of Historic Kingston, Kingston.

12:00 pm Mount Gulian Historic Site Tour Offering tours once again on Fridays and Sundays, beginning Friday, through Sunday, October 24. Tours of the historic home, 18th-century Dutch barn and heritage garden will be given Fridays and Sundays at 12, 1 and 2 p.m. Reservations are required. Admission is $10 adults, $8 seniors, $5 children (ages 6-18) and free for children under six and Mount Gulian members. Membership is open to the public. Attendance will be limited to aid in social distancing and masks are required for all visitors. Advance reservations are preferred, but walk-ins will be accommodated if safety limitations allow. For tour reservations and further information, call Mount Gulian at (845) 831-8172 or email at info@mountgulian.org. Mount Gulian Historic Site, Beacon.

12:00 pm-3:00 pm Woodstock Artists Association & Museum Presents its 3rd Annual “Far & Wide National” Exhibition This timely presentation is organized around the concept of Art Brut, a theme associated with a distancing from the mainstream. The exhibition comprises work by 25 artists, selected through a national call and juried by Nicelle Beauchene and Franklin Parrasch, co-founders of Parts & Labor in Beacon. Exhibit runs thru 7/18. Gallery Hours: Friday-Sunday 12-3pm. For general information, call 845-679-2940 or visit woodstockart.org. Woodstock Artists Association & Museum (WAAM), Woodstock.

12:00 pm-6:00 pm Our Summer Story in the Catskills Summer is filled with memories in the making. We invite you to "Our Summer Story" in the Catskills. Windham Fine Arts, Windham.

12:00 pm-4:00 pm Marilyn Silver & Gerda van Leeuwen Solo Shows Marilyn Silver & Gerda van Leeuwen each have solo exhibits. Plus Members' Group exhibit. Longyear Gallery, Margaretville.

12:00 pm Citi Field Carnival Enjoy holiday weekend fun at this family-friendly event featuring midway rides and games for all ages and a variety of carnival eats. Citi Field, Corona.

1:00 pm-6:00 pm Virtual Exhibit by Andrea Geller: Travellers 12 works that explore the gestural figure on land and in water. Exhibit runs thru 8/31. Geller paints over reclaimed maps. Gallery hours: Fri 1-6pm, Sat 10am-6pm, & Sun 1-5pm. Emerge Gallery, Saugerties.

1:00 pm-7:00 pm Emergency Rental Assistance Program Emergency Rental Assistance Program will provide economic relief for those who qualify. Family of Woodstock is ready to help. Available everyday 1-7pm. Info: 845-679-2485 Family of Woodstock, Woodstock.

5:00 pm-11:00 pm Smith Haven Mall Carnival This family-friendly event features midway rides and games for all ages and fair food for every appetite. See website for savings on rides. Smith Haven Mall, Lake Grove.

5:00 pm-9:00 pm First Friday – Summer Barbeque at The Tavern at Diamond Mills A day filled with BBQ fixings and waterfall views! Bring your friends & family for a fun-filled First Friday! Diamond Mills Hotel & Tavern, Saugerties.

5:00 pm Rhinebeck Theatre Society Presents Billy Elliot The joyous and exciting celebration of one boy’s triumph against the odds. The story follows Billy’s journey as he stumbles out of the boxing ring and into a ballet class and discovers his dream to dance. Full of life, laughter, award-winning choreography and unforgettable music, this uplifting show will stay with you forever. Presented outdoors. Tickets are $25 and can be ordered by visiting centerforperformingarts.org. The Center for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck, Rhinebeck.

5:00 pm Fireworks Extravaganza Fireworks at dusk. Rain date July 16th. Accord Speedway, Accord.

5:30 pm Fireworks Extravaganza at Accord Speedway All divisions + news sprints. Fireworks to follow. 299 Whitfield Rd., Accord.

6:00 pm Shabbat Services – Virtual Join Senior Rabbi Yael Romer and the clergy team every Shabbat- Friday evening at 7:30pm (first Fridays at 6pm), Saturdays at 10am. The synagogue building is currently closed to help prevent the spread of coronavirus, join the virtual minyan every week. A livestream is offered year-round for anyone in need of connection to our warm, musical congregation. Note: Many services are archived and available on our facebook videos. Access the livestream from our website (cehv.org/livestream) or through our Facebook page (facebook.com/congregationemanuelofthehudsonvalley) Congregation Emanuel of the Hudson Valley, Kingston.

6:00 pm Hurley Mountain Highway – HMHBand Enjoy a relaxing night with music and good views. 845-253-0389. Arrowood Farm Brewery, Accord.

6:00 pm-9:00 pm Shaker Tape Stool Class Learn woodworking at the Wooden Boat School in Kingston! Visit hrmm.org/woodworking. Hudson Valley Maritime Museum, Kingston.

6:00 pm Washingtonville Independence Day Celebration & Fireworks Live music, food trucks and a fireworks display at dusk. Vern Allen Park, Ahern Blvd., Washingtonville.

6:00 pm Washingtonville’s 4th of July Festivities Live music, food trucks and a fireworks display.Live music, movies, food trucks and a fireworks display! Vern Allen Park, Washingtonville.

6:30 pm-10:00 pm Beacon Sloop Club Potluck Meeting Meets every 1st Friday of the month at 6:30pm! Open meeting at 7:30pm, followed by a Song Circle. Everyone welcomed. Beacon Sloop Club, Beacon.

7:00 pm Star Nations Sacred Circle A not for skeptics discussion group concerning all things paranormal. Dedicated to acknowledging the extraterrestrial presence on earth. Bring a drink, snack to share & a comfortable lawn chair to sit under the stars afterwards for a UFO watch. Meets monthly on the 1st Friday of each month, 7pm. Info: 845-331-2662 or Symbolic-Studies.org. $5 suggested donation. Center for Symbolic Studies, Tillson.

7:00 pm-8:30 pm First Friday Concert Series Local musicians offer a community benefit concert. Admission by free will donation. Christ’s Lutheran Church, Woodstock.

7:00 pm T.J. Santiago Westtown Fare, 795 Rte. 284, Westttown.

7:00 pm Marilyn Maye & Friends Maye has received numerous awards including a Grammy nomination and she appeared 76 times on “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson,” more than any other singer. She has performed with symphony orchestras around the country and played more than 100 engagements in New York City while in her 80s alone. Click for Tickets or phone 518-822-1438. General Admission – Tables: $75 per ticket (purchased in tables of 2 or 4) or Single Tickets $35 per ticket (theater-style, socially-distanced, grouped by order).

7:00 pm Scribner’s Catskill Lodge Independence Day Celebration Grab the family, lawn chairs and blanket and enjoy the view lit up by fireworks at 9:30pm. Outdoor games and bon fires and “Meet the Maker” events. 13 Scribner Hollow Rd., Hunter. 518-628-5130.

7:00 pm East Fishkill’s 4th of July Celebration Concert at 7pm followed by fireworks at 9:15pm. Hopewell Recreation Park Pavillion.

7:00 pm East Fishkill Fireworks & Music Featuring Andy & the Newhearts at 7pm and fireworks 9:15pm. Hopewell Recreation Park Pavilion, 392 Route 376, Hopewell Junction.

7:30 pm Woodstock Playhouse Summer Festival of Theatre presents Evita Embark on a fascinating journey in the theatre as 'EVITA' charts the young and ambitious Eva Peron’s meteoric rise to sainthood; from a poor illegitimate child to the most powerful woman in Latin America. Set in Argentina between 1934-1952, the Tony/Laurence Olivier/Drama Desk/Grammy/Academy Award-Winning musical shimmers with well-known numbers from Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical masterpiece include “Don’t Cry for Me Argentina,” “Oh What a Circus,” “Buenos Aires” and “Another Suitcase in Another Hall...”. Tix: $35-45/tix Info: 845-679-6900; https://www.woodstockplayhouse.org/

8:00 pm-9:00 pm The Paul Taylor Dance Company In residence for three weeks, rehearsing and performing two works from its repertory of modern classics, Company B and Esplanade. PS21: Performance Spaces for the 21st Century, Chatham.

8:00 pm Midnight Ramble with Special Guest Andy Falco Grammy winning guitarist, singer, songwriter and producer from Long Island, New York specializing in American roots music. Reserved Seating: $100. Standing Room: $75. The Barn at Levon Helm Studios, Woodstock.

8:30 pm City of Middletown’s Fireworks Held at dusk. Info: Middletown-NY.com. Fancher-Davidge Park, Middletown.