Calendar of events

Saturday, February 22

Repair Cafe

10:00 AM
Join us for the Grand Opening of Repair Cafe Pine Bush! More details to follow, including which Repair Coaches will be available for our FREE inaugural event.

Project FeederWatch at Sam’s Point

10:30 AM
Become a Citizen Scientist and help us learn more about the beautiful birds that visit the feeders at the Sam’s Point Visitor Center.

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.

Sip and Paint Party

1:00 PM
Dawn’s Dream Team will hold a Paint and Sip Party on Saturday, February 22, 1 – 5 p.m. at Walden VFW, 4-8 Oak Street. $30 per person. All proceeds benefit St. Baldrick’s Childhood cancer. Call 778-5622 Tuesday – Saturday after 5 p.m. to reserve a seat.

Art Workshop

2:00 PM
Liam Vogel, premiere art instructor, will lead participants through the process using different painting techniques to help us explore this facet of art. Participants will create three, small paintings using different color palettes as well as different “brushes”.

The Art of Simply Being Human

2:00 PM
A hands-on, interactive workshop. Join member Terry Murray in a session devoted to exploring (and creating) what it means to be human.

Pasta Dinner

5:30 PM
The Knights of Columbus are cooking up a Pasta Dinner (Pasta with Sauce, Meatballs, Garlic Bread, Salad, dessert, Water, Soft Drinks and Coffee). This event takes place at Father Sullivan Hall at M.P.B. Church. $12 per person; $10 for Seniors and Children age 10 and under.

Cave Dogs: Shadow Performance Art Sponsored by Unison Arts and Arts Mid-Hudson

7:00 PM
Cave Dogs presents Liquid States. Cave Dogs brings together visual artists, musicians and storytellers in the spirit of creating interdisciplinary, multi-sensory performances.

West Point Band Masterworks Concert Series

7:00 PM
The West Point Band announces its Masterworks Concert Series from January through May 2020, with performances at West Point and surrounding communities throughout New York and New Jersey. Each concert offers an eclectic mix of masterpieces for wind band, virtuosic solo features, uplifting and entertaining vocal numbers, as well as the marches and patriotic fare you’d expect from the Army’s oldest band. The series also features two performances in West Point’s magnificent Cadet Chapel showcasing the band’s brass and woodwind sections, respectively, and culminates with a performance of Brahms’ monumental 1st Piano Concerto.

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.

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.

Bernstein, Benny, and Pierson | West Point Band Masterworks Concert Series

“Bernstein, Benny, and Pierson” Saturday, February 22, 7:00 p.m., Sugarloaf Performing Arts Center, Chester, NY (Snow date: Sunday, February 23, 3:00 p.m.)

Sunday, February 23

Black History Month Celebration

9:00 AM
The Community is invited to attend a special tribute to two African American entrepreneurs. Barber E., owner of Upper Cutz Barber Shop, located at 86 West Main Street, Walden and Mathias and Blessing Oni-Eseleh, owners of Taconic Innovations, Inc. located at Old Orange Avenue, Walden will be honored at Greater Love Deliverance Center Church, 175 South Montgomery Street, Walden on February 23, 9:00 a.m – 10:30 a.m. Service will be conducted by Bishop Troy Johnson.

Bliss Body Yoga with Linda: Gentle, Therapeutic Yoga for Every Body Sunday Mornings

9:00 AM
Every Sunday! Therapeutic Gentle Yoga for Your Body & Soul. No experience needed. Feel better in your body. Perfect for everyone who wants to feel good. Visit www.blissbodyoga.com for more information.

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.

Create Your Life/ Create Your Year Workshop in Newburgh

1:00 PM
MAKE YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE. Are you going to let another year drift by? Have your new year's resolutions faded? Do you keep meaning to do something you never get around to? Are you ready to set new goals for this year and make them happen? Make this the year you seize your future. CREATE YOUR LIFE /CREATE YOUR YEAR WORKSHOPS with Linda Freeman

Fly Tying Classes Offered

1:00 PM
Learn to create your own flies for fishing! Great to bring your young fisherman/fisherwoman to learn something different! 4-H and All Scouts are welcomed.

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.