Talk a walk on the avian side from 9-10:30 a.m. Saturday and learn about the Black Rock Forest's resident birds and winter migrants from the Arctic. Winter Bird Walk at Black Rock Forest, 65 Reservoir Road, Cornwall, is an easy to moderate walk. The event is free to Friends of the Forest (annual supporters); general admission $10. 534-4517, ext. 11. RSVP required.

Take a cooking class at Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County on Saturday. "Eating Healthy in Winter" will be offered 10 a.m.-noon for $35 per person. Register for this or get a discount for multiple classes in the series at Upcoming classes include Asian Noodles, Chocolate Truffles, Risotto, Cajun and Creole, and South Indian home cooking. 232 Plaza Road, Kingston, 340-3990, ext. 326.

Everybody sings! Catch The Good Night Butlers, featuring Amy Helm, above, on mandolin and vocals, in an 8 p.m. concert Saturday at The Falcon, 1348 Route 9W in Marlboro. The group includes Zach Djanikian on bass and vocals, Connor Kennedy on guitar and vocals, and Lee Falco on drums and vocals. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. No cover, donations encouraged and dinner reservations are a good idea. 236-7970.

The Paper Bag Players return to SUNY Orange's Richards Hall Theatre from 2-3 p.m. Sunday with a program of skits for children. The production includes live music, dance, singalongs, silly stories and lots of audience participation. Perfect for ages 3-8. Tickets $6.50 children; $8.50 adults; $7.50 seniors, faculty, staff, alumni. with a $2.50 service charge. 24 Grandview Ave., Middletown. 341-4891.

Craving fresh vegetables and more? Check out Warwick Winter Farmers' Market from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Sundays at 115 Liberty Corners Road in Pine Island. You'll find potatoes, spinach, lettuce, garlic, gourmet mushrooms and more from Madura Farms in Goshen; pastries and sweets from Jean-Claude's Patisserie & Dessert Cafe of Greenwood Lake; nuts, seeds, dried fruits and vegetables from Kariba Farms of Denville, N.J., and a lot more. Find them on Facebook.