Calendar of events

Thursday, February 27

Totally Dedicated: Leonard Contino, 1940-2016

11:00 AM
A comprehensive retrospective and the largest exhibition to date of this extraordinary, self-taught, abstract artist.

Little Explorers S.T.E.M. and Sensory

1:30 PM
Guided STEM and sensory exploration for little hands. Registration required at wallkillpubliclibrary.org. Ages 3-6.

Game Afternoon for Adults

3:00 PM
Join Susie Burhans-Haldeman every Thursday as she teaches participants to play fun and entertaining games, such as Dutch Blitz, Quiddler, Phase 10, or Azul.

Tickets on Sale for Plattekill R.H.Ranch Day

6:00 PM
Tickets on Sale for Plattekill Residents Day at R.H. Ranch.

Adult Knit & Crochet

6:30 PM
This group meets every Thursday at the library. Bring a project and a friend and come and go as you please. New members always welcome.

Bo-Nita

7:30 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

7:30 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.

Friday, February 28

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.

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.

Totally Dedicated: Leonard Contino, 1940-2016

11:00 AM
A comprehensive retrospective and the largest exhibition to date of this extraordinary, self-taught, abstract artist.

Little Explorers S.T.E.M. and Sensory

1:30 PM
Guided STEM and sensory exploration for little hands. Registration required at wallkillpubliclibrary.org. Ages 3-6.

Lenten Fish Fry

5:00 PM
A Fish Fry hosted by Msgr. Henry O’Carroll, Knights of Columbus Council 444, will be held in Gallo Hall of Sacred Heart School, with the entrance on Ann Street in Newburgh. The dates are Fridays during Lent: February 28; March 6, 13, 20, 27; April 3, from 5 to 8 p.m. Price is $10 per person or $15 for combo platter. Proceeds will go to the parishes of Saint Mother Theresa of Calcutta and St. Patrick – St. Mary’s Our Lady of the Lake.

Lenten Fish Fry

5:00 PM
Most Precious Blood’s Knights of Columbus is looking forward to cooking for you on Fridays during Lenten Season. Please call 778-6664 and leave a message to reserve your order no later than Thursday evening for Friday pick-up. The menu for Friday, February 28 is 2 fish filets, garlic mashed potatoes, vegetable, biscuit and cookie. All meals are $8 each and take out only. Pick up at MPB Father Sullivan Hall Fridays, 5 – 6 p.m.

International Night

5:30 PM
The NFA Key Club will be hosting our 3rd annual International Night. This year all proceeds with be donating to the Montefiore St. Luke's Cornwall Hospital Baby Shower. There will be performances, food and drinks. There will be a suggested donation of $5 and we are also accepting donations for the babies, like clothes, toys, car seats etc.

Bo-Nita

7:30 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

7:30 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.

Little Ghost Theatre Presents, a Staged Reading of: Commencing

8:00 PM
Commencing is a funny yet poignant piece about about a blind date.

Saturday, February 29

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.

Drop-In Snowshoe Lessons at Sam’s Point Preserve

11:00 AM
This opportunity is being offered at 11:00 a.m. every Saturday in January, February, and March, weather permitting. It is designed for people who are beginners, interested in trying snowshoeing as a new winter activity. Each session will be run by a Sam’s Point employee who will provide instruction on how to properly wear and adjust the snowshoes, as well as work with you until you are ready to head out on your favorite trail with confidence. The lesson may last up to one hour. Snowshoes are available to rent for this program at a discounted rate of $5 per person at the Sam's Point Visitor Center.

Totally Dedicated: Leonard Contino, 1940-2016

11:00 AM
A comprehensive retrospective and the largest exhibition to date of this extraordinary, self-taught, abstract artist.