Calendar of events

Thursday, April 18

Indoor Yard Sale

9:00 AM
All proceeds benefit the care of the animals at the shelter.  Stop in, make a purchase,  and visit the animals.

Free Math Tutoring

3:30 PM
Free math tutoring in Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Precalculus and SAT/ACT Prep Sign up for one hour time slot. Call the library to register.

Tango at the Pavilion

6:30 PM
Join Nina Jirka, of Tango New Paltz, and learn how to Tango! Breaking from rigidity of learned steps and memorization, we encourage students to develop improvisational skills through simple and dynamic techniques, achieve relaxed and released style, …

Knitting Club

7:00 PM
Meets the first and third Thursday evening of the month. All levels welcome.

The Servant of Two Masters

8:00 PM
A comedy by Italian playwright, Carlo Goldoni, this contemporary take on a commedia dell’arte classic opens with a troupe of actors on stage bemoaning the bad economic times and the effect they are having on the troupe’s theatre

Friday, April 19

Birding Basics at the Gardiner Library

9:00 AM
Are you interested in birds or birdwatching? Join Nick Martin, Park Educator, in this third installment of a four-part series. During this program, we will take a walk on the trails near the library. Participants are encouraged to bring binoculars, …

Easter Plant Sale

9:00 AM
The Pine Bush Hook & Ladder Co Ladies Auxiliary will be having their Easter Plant Sale on Friday, April 19 and Saturday, April 20 from 9am-3pm at the firehouse.

Canasta

12:00 PM
Sharpen your card playing skills. Meets the second Friday of the month

Good Friday Blood Drive

2:00 PM
The Knights of Columbus in conjunction with the New York Blood Center will be hosting a Blood Drive in the Holy Name of Mary Church hall located at 89 Union Street, Montgomery on Good Friday April 19 from 2:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Chekov's Three Sisters

7:30 PM
The SUNY Orange Apprentice Players will present Anton Chekhov’s celebrated “Three Sisters” in a translation by Paul Schmidt on stage at the William and Helen Richards Theatre at Orange Hall on the Middletown campus of SUNY Orange during the …

The Servant of Two Masters

8:00 PM
A comedy by Italian playwright, Carlo Goldoni, this contemporary take on a commedia dell’arte classic opens with a troupe of actors on stage bemoaning the bad economic times and the effect they are having on the troupe’s theatre

Saturday, April 20

Easter Bake Sale

9:00 AM
Enjoy The Friends of the Pine Bush Library Easter Bake Sale on Sat., April 20, from 9 am to sold out at the Library Community Center, Maple Avenue. We will have so many choices of cakes, cookies and pies for your celebration. For …

Easter Plant Sale

9:00 AM
The Pine Bush Hook & Ladder Co Ladies Auxiliary will be having their Easter Plant Sale on Friday, April 19 and Saturday, April 20 from 9am-3pm at the firehouse.

Rainbow Falls Footpath Hike at Minnewaska

9:00 AM
Come join us on an approximately seven-mile exploration of Rainbow Falls Footpath and a few historic carriage roads in Minnewaska. Starting from the Awosting Parking Area, we will start our day by walking along the Lower Awosting Carriage Road to …

Early Spring Wildflowers

10:00 AM
As the earth begins to warm, the forest reawakens with beauty. Join Michael Rider, Preserve volunteer, for a walk in the woods and learn to identify coltsfoot, bloodroot, hepatica, spring beauties and more! Ages 15 and up are welcome. Children must …

Easter Bake Sale

12:00 PM
The sale features homemade pierogi, poppy seed, nut, apricot and prune rolls, Easter breads (babka) as well as an assortment of other baked goods and desserts.

An Artful Union: The Art of Joseph and Elizabeth Sundwall

1:00 PM
Opening: April 6 from 5 to 7 PM Joseph and Elizabeth rediscover themselves in the creative process. When other concerns fall away, one can delight in the feel of the tools being used while simply watching the work take place. In self-awareness there …

Make a Magical Fairy Garden

1:00 PM
If you're looking for Saturday afternoon children’s program this spring, consider coming to the Orange County Arboretum on April 20 at 1pm for a Fairy garden making program. These whimsical container gardens offer kids a mini, planted playspace of …

Longevity Workshop with Sarah Choi

1:30 PM
Community members are encouraged to rethink their conceptions of health, aging, personal fulfillment and the second half of their lives. Explore a variety of topics including: life habits and longevity, life expectancy after 60, healthcare system, …

Citizen Science Plant Hike at Sam’s Point

2:00 PM
When do the flowers bloom? When do the leaves fall? We are very curious to find out! In this program, you will learn all about phenology, the study of how plants and animals change throughout the seasons, while working as a citizen scientist to …