Calendar of events

Sunday, February 23

Military Officers Association of America

1:00 PM
The Mid-Hudson Chapter, Military Officers Assoc. of America, will meet at 1:00 P.M., Sunday, 23 February, at Ship Lantern Inn, 1725 Route 9-W, Milton. Speaking on "Another Look at Vietnam" will be Capt. Glenn Tanzman, (ret), U.S. Army. Information: 845-473-8231 or LTCJACK@aol.com

Bo-Nita

2:00 PM
Elizabeth Heffron’s tale of the dark young life of a spunky and undaunted 13-year-old girl played by acclaimed actor Terri Weagant and directed by Summer Wallace.

Bo-Nita

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

Cabin Fever Sunday Candle Workshops

2:00 PM
Candle decorating with stencils!

Black History Month Celebration

3:00 PM
Join us as we come together as a community to celebrate Black History Month and Newburgh’s youth. Enjoy a showcase of talent from youth groups in Orange, Ulster and Dutchess County. Each team will present both an original African-inspired dance and hip-hop dance and focus on how the traditional is reflected in the modern day. Light refreshments will be served.

Black History Month Celebration

3:00 PM
A showcase of talented dance teams from Orange, Ulster and Dutchess County will present African-inspired dance and Hip Hop.

Black History Month Celebration

3:00 PM
A showcase of talented dance teams from Orange, Ulster and Dutchess County will present African-inspired dance and Hip Hop.

E’lissa Jones in concert

3:00 PM
Singer, songwriter, violinist, pianist and guitarist, E’lissa Jones, who performed at the library in 2018, will return to perform a selection of folk, rock, and classical style original songs. No registration is required for “E’lissa Jones in Concert.” Seating is limited to 150 people. Refreshments will be served courtesy of the Friends of the Newburgh Free Library.

SUNY Orange Orchestra

3:00 PM
Julian Lazaro, winner of the orchestra’s Concerto-Aria contest, will perform the piano solo from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s “Piano Concerto No. 24 in C Minor, K.491.” The remainder of the evening program includes “Slavonic Dance, Op. 46, No. 8” by Antonín Dvořák, “Fiddle-Faddle” by Leroy Anderson, “March of the Belgian Paratroopers” by Pierre Leemans, and “Symphony No. 6 in F Major, Op. 68 (‘Pastoral’)” by Ludwig van Beethoven.

Monday, February 24

Figurative Landscape ~ paintings, drawings, sculptures by Heidi Lanino

9:00 AM
A solo show visually demonstrating the diverse talents of artist Heidi Lanino will open the 2020 exhibit schedule in the Mindy Ross Gallery and Foyer. Figurative Landscape ~ paintings, drawings, sculptures by Heidi Lanino will be on display through March 6.

North East Watercolor Society 2020 Members’ Exhibit.

9:00 AM
The expansive space of Orange Hall Gallery and Loft is the venue for the display of 106 paintings by 57 artists in the North East Watercolor Society 2020 Members’ Exhibit. The quality of the works is superb and offers a wonderful educational opportunity as well as an enjoyable experience to visitors from the college and general public alike. The show is on view January 13 through March 13, 9am to 8pm Monday through Thursday and 9am to 6pm on Friday, plus Sunday, February 9 from 1 to 4:30pm and Friday, February 28 until 9pm.

Multiple Myeloma Support Group

10:00 AM
The OCNY Multiple Myeloma Support Group, in affiliation with the International Myeloma Foundation, will meet on Monday, February 24th from 10am-noon at 30 Harriman Drive in Goshen. Meet and talk with other Myeloma patients and care partners for information, support and networking. For more info or to RSVP, call 914-318-2228 or visit website: ocny.support.myeloma.org

Film: The Last Black Man in San Francisco

6:15 PM
In celebration of Black History Month, the library will screen The Last Black Man in San Francisco, a 2019 Sundance Film Festival award winner that deals with themes of race and gentrification.

Potluck Supper

6:30 PM
Please join the members of the Walden Woman's Club at a potluck supper to honor the Board and Staff of the Josephine-Louise PUblic Library at the Fellowship Hall, First Reformed Church of Walden. Please bring a dish to share. Coffee and tea provided.

Tuesday, February 25

Figurative Landscape ~ paintings, drawings, sculptures by Heidi Lanino

9:00 AM
A solo show visually demonstrating the diverse talents of artist Heidi Lanino will open the 2020 exhibit schedule in the Mindy Ross Gallery and Foyer. Figurative Landscape ~ paintings, drawings, sculptures by Heidi Lanino will be on display through March 6.

North East Watercolor Society 2020 Members’ Exhibit.

9:00 AM
The expansive space of Orange Hall Gallery and Loft is the venue for the display of 106 paintings by 57 artists in the North East Watercolor Society 2020 Members’ Exhibit. The quality of the works is superb and offers a wonderful educational opportunity as well as an enjoyable experience to visitors from the college and general public alike. The show is on view January 13 through March 13, 9am to 8pm Monday through Thursday and 9am to 6pm on Friday, plus Sunday, February 9 from 1 to 4:30pm and Friday, February 28 until 9pm.

Tuesday Trek: High Peter’s Kill/Awosting Falls Loop Hike at Minnewaska

9:00 AM
Come explore the High Peter’s Kill Footpath with Laura Conner, Environmental Educator and Sarah LaLumiere, Student Conservation Association/AmeriCorps Intern, on this approximately five-mile hike.

Textile Tuesday

10:00 AM
The Wallkill Public Library Quilter's Group meets every Tuesday next door at the Town Hall community room. Bring a project and a friend. Come and go as you please. New members welcome.

Family Storytime

10:30 AM
Thematic stories, songs, and crafts for the whole family. A different theme every week! Registration required at wallkillpubliclibrary.org. All ages.