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EDITOR’S NOTE: Most events and meetings are cancelled due to the virus outbreak. Please call ahead to confirm.

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EDITOR’S NOTE: Most events and meetings are cancelled due to the virus outbreak. Please call ahead to confirm.

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CATSKILL — Welcome in the Jewish New Year, 5781, virtually with Temple Israel of Catskill, a reform congregation serving, Columbia, Greene, Berkshire counties and beyond. Rabbi Zoe B. Zak and Hazzan Michael Kaspar will provide contemplative and inspiring musical services via Facebook, You Tu…

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SYRACUSE — For the first time in 130 years, The Salvation Army is starting its annual holiday fundraising campaign early across the country in order to rescue Christmas. The funds raised through the organization’s iconic red kettles are at risk this year due to COVID-19 while requests for se…

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HUDSON — Once again the Hudson Lions Club is participating in the Coats for Kids drive. The Cat, 98.5, ”Oldies 93.5” and Country 106.9 FM & 1230AM are co-sponsoring the event. Advertising sponsors are Hudson Valley Foot Associates and Furniture Plus. This year due to circumstances there …

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RHINEBECK — The Rhinebeck Jewish Center, 102 Montgomery St., Rhinebeck, will be open for the High Holidays, with all services taking place in a spacious outdoor tent, maintaining strict social distancing and in full compliance with CDC guidelines.

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Contributed photoThe Hudson Lions Club held it’s first meeting since March 2020 on Sept. 16 at Kozel’s Restaurant. Two new members were installed and it was nice to bring the group together after 6 months. The members shown above are, from the left Eric B. Martin, President; Peter Iacovelli,…

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COXSACKIE — As October approaches the Bronck Museum near Coxsackie, announces that it is planning to hold its Heritage Craft Fair noon-4 p.m. Oct. 4. For safety’s sake the 2020 fair will be held as an entirely outdoor event. Stalls of local heritage crafters will be spread across the museum’…

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PRATTSVILLE — The Zadock Pratt Museum in collaboration with Prattsville Art Center presents Prattsville Clews - A Case Study by Clover Archer, an online exhibition exploring micro or granular histories — small ordinary moments in everyday lives that fill in the vast amount of time around lif…

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EDITOR’S NOTE: Most events and meetings are cancelled due to the virus outbreak. Please call ahead to confirm.

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EDITOR’S NOTE: Most events and meetings are cancelled due to the virus outbreak. Please call ahead to confirm.

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HUDSON — Free breakfast and lunch are available for children every weekday at various locations throughout the Hudson City School District.

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Hudson Area Library presents a special tour of Cedar Park Cemetery, Tales from Hudson’s Crypts: The Tour on Saturday, October 24, noon-1:30 p.m. (RAINDATE: Sunday, October 25, noon-1:30 p.m.). Registration is required and participation is limited to 10 participants. Mask wearing and social d…

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HANCOCK — In a celebration of culture, tradition, craftsmanship, and nature, Hancock Shaker Village will hold Autumn Weekend this Saturday and Sunday, September 26 and 27, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.. More than twenty of the region’s best artisans and food purveyors will participate, all in a magical his…

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COPAKE — The Two Of Us Productions, the award winning theater company based in Columbia County NY, is pleased to present virtual-live staged reading of two exciting radio dramas: “Acting Like A Forger” a Dragnet Story; and Suspense Theater’s “Always Room At The Top”. This performance, the th…

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This Saturday we will visit Yellow M&M, Brown M&M, Red M&M, Orange M&M (2014), a larger-than-life, pop colorful series of sculptures by Dan Colen. Disguised as M&M candies, four giant painted rocks challenge our memory, perception, and imagination. Welcome to Colen’s worl…

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The Hudson Area Library and the Jacob Leisler Institute present: “Imagination Aided by the Painter’s Brush”: The Creation of the Purchase of Manhattan, 1844–1909 by Stephen McErleane on Thursday, October 22, 6-7:30 p.m. To register and receive the Zoom link email brenda.shufelt@hudsonarealib…

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In “True History of the Kelly Gang,” George MacKay, as the outlaw Ned Kelly, rises up as if from a nightmare, lighted like a demon from the netherworld.

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MILLBROOK — The Catskill Science Collaborative is offering three virtual lectures on how climate change is impacting the Catskill region. The Climate Change Series, to be held at 7 p.m. EDT on September 29, October 15, and October 21, will explore hydrology, forests, birds, and invasive spec…

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Contributed photoClematis Garden Club has chosen Carolyn Sadowski Doherty’s lovely two acre garden located on Elliot Place in East Durham for its September ‘Garden of the Month.’ Carolyn’s husband has built a gardening shed, a vine covered gazebo and a winding brick walkway to accent the bea…

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NEW LEBANON — Music to our ears — an Alumnus from The Darrow School’s class of 1971 has donated $1,500,000 to create The Bill and Mary Makepeace Endowed Chair in Performing Arts. This donation supports the school’s Center for Musicianship and Performance–the first-ever endowed department cha…