HOW TO SUBMIT AN EVENT

To submit events in the What’s Happening calendar for online and print, go to recordonline.com/thingstodo and click on “Promote Your Event.” For PRINT ONLY go to recordonline.com/whatshappening and complete the form. Please submit information two weeks before the event. Listings appear in print as space allows. For questions or help with submissions use the “chat” feature for online submissions and for all other questions and corrections email communities@th-record.com or call Amy Berkowitz at 346-3155. 

Sunday, Sept. 15

"Ride with the Camels" Charity Cycling Tour: Sept. 15. The option of several distance courses of 10-, 25-, 45-, or 65-mile rides. Participants have the option of riding individually, following marked roads with accompanying cue sheets, or riding as part of a group led by an experienced Bike Club member (10- and 25-mile route options only). All proceeds from the event will benefit Catholic Charities of Orange, Sullivan & Ulster, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County, and The Sanctuary for Animals. Along the way, refuel at well-stocked rest stops placed at reasonable intervals, featuring delicious home-baked goods, snacks and beverages. Afterwards, enjoy lunch with your fellow riders, along with live music. The pre-registration fee is $35 ($40 day of event), $10 for children under 12 ($15 day of event), and $50 for the Family Fun Ride ($55 day of event). All pre-registered adults will receive a free gift designed for the event. Register ocbicycleclub.org. Online registration closes Sept. 11. Register, 294-5124, ext. 303. Kristin.Jensen@cccsos.org.

Bloomington Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary Pancake Breakfast: 8 a.m.-noon Sept. 15, Bloomington Fire House, Route 32 and Taylor St., Bloomington, $7; seniors $6.50; children age 5 and over $6; children age 5 and under admitted for free. 50/50 raffle. 338-2794.

St. John's Lutheran Church Flea Market: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Sept. 15, St. John's Lutheran Church, 391 Mt. Hope Rd., Middletown, tables $10 (while supplies last), spaces $20, white elephant table, breakfast, lunch, bake table. 343-3788.

St. Charles Borromeo Pancake Breakfast: 9 a.m.-noon Sept. 15, St. Charles Borromeo Church, 2212 Route 44/55, Gardiner. Pancakes, French toast, bacon, sausage, coffee, juice and milk. $6; children 6-10, $3; children 5 and under enter free. Tickets are on sale after Masses. Vegetarian options. 255-1374.

Taste of New Paltz: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 15, Ulster County Fairgrounds, 249 Libertyville Road, New Paltz. The festival will feature, health and wellness practitioners, live music, free children's activities and live demonstrations throughout the day. Enjoy main stage performances by Yard Sale, Soul City, Blue Plate Special, and Laila Mach. Explore food trucks and craft vendors offered with local shops, producers, and restaurants and sample a selection of craft beverages. Tickets will be on sale soon. Advance, $3; $5 at the gate. Children ages 12 & under are free. Parking is free.

Open Arms Fundraiser and Barbecue: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Sept. 15, Haverstraw Bay Park, 21 Gagan Rd., Tomkins Cove, $10 per person, includes BBQ, live band, 50/50, door prizes and more. 271-3787. Openarmsrockland.org.

Chicken Barbecue: Noon-1 p.m. Sept. 15, Johnson Firehouse, Creamery Rd., Johnson, take out only, $12. To reserve your tickets call 726-4105.

Woodlawn Cemetery Tour: 2 p.m. Sept. 15 Woodlawn Cemetery, 93 Union Ave., New Windsor. Historians Glenn Marshall and Mary McTamaney will lead visitors around Woodlawn and share the stories of dozens of interesting people who came to rest in this beautiful place. The walking tour is sponsored by the Historical Society of Newburgh Bay and the Highlands. $5. newburghhistoricalsociety.com. 561-2585.

Documentary Film: 2 p.m. Sept. 15, Tuxedo Park Library, 227 Rte. 17, Tuxedo Park. “Languages Lost and Found, Speaking and Whistling the Mamma Tongue.” Every two weeks, somewhere on our planet, a language dies. This startling fact, and a trip to an island where people communicate with a whistle language, led filmmakers Iris Brooks and Jon H. Davis to create this documentary. Tuxedoparklibrary.org.

Town of Lumberland Cultural Series presents the Armonia Band: 3-5 p.m. Sept. 15, Lumberland Town Hall, 1054 Proctor Rd., Glen Spey, “Meet the Artist” reception following the concert, refreshments. On Facebook.

Every Brilliant Thing: 3-4:30 p.m. Sept. 15, 107 Broadway, Newburgh. This play tells the story of a man who starts to write a list of everything brilliant about the world as a gift for his mother who first attempts suicide when he is seven years old. The play is told by a single actor with the help of the audience. James Phillips (Narrator) is an Associate Professor of Theatre at Mount Saint Mary College in Newburgh. $15. 569-3233.

Monday, Sept. 16

Looking for vendors: Women of Woodbury is seeking vendors for their Craft Fair to be held 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on Nov. 30 at the Woodbury Senior Center at 16 Route 105, Highland Mills. The cost is $30 a space. To reserve call 928-9007 or email svrana@yahoo.com.

Orange County Senior Games: Sept. 16-Oct. 31, For men and women ages 55 and older. Opening ceremonies Sept. 16 at Albert Wisner Library, Warwick; Shoprite event at Warwick Shoprite. Games Day/One-Mile Walk, Thomas Bull Memorial Park, Sept. 17. TQuinlisk@orangecountygov.com. 615-3831. Download the application from orangecountynyparks.com.

NAMI Orange Family Support Group: 7-9 p.m. Sept. 16, every third Mon., ORMC, Conference Room 7, 707 East Main St., Middletown. This support group is for families, friends and caregivers who have an adult loved one who is experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition, such as depression, OCD, schizophrenia, bipolar, etc. Free of cost to participants. Facilitators are trained by NAMI-NYS. No specific medical therapy or treatment is endorsed. Confidential. No registration required. Namiorangeny.org. 956-6264. namiorangeny@warwick.net.

Golf Outing and Silent Auction: Registration and breakfast, 8 a.m. Sept. 16, Wallkill Golf Club, 40 Sands Road, Middletown. Golf fees, cart, continental breakfast, gourmet dinner buffet, prizes. Registration and sponsor by Aug. 15. Benefits St. Paul’s United Methodist Church. 343-6911. stpaulsumcmiddletown@gmail.com.

Financial Aid Info Session: 6:30 p.m. Sept. 16, Mount Saint Mary College, Aquinas Hall, Room 163, 330 Powell Ave., Newburgh. Learn about the opportunities and processes available to help students afford their college degrees and how eligibility for these opportunities is determined. Financial counselors will also detail strategies for covering college expenses. Register, 888-YES-MSMC; msmc.edu/FinAidSession.

Tuesday, Sept. 17

Mulberry House Health Fair: 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Sept. 17, Mulberry House, 62-70 W. Main St., Middletown. Light refreshments served, meet with various health agencies and health experts. Vendors needed call 346-4073.

Grahamsville United Methodist Church Thrift Sale: 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Sept. 17, Grahamsville United Methodist Church, 350 Main St., Grahamsville. Kids toys, boutique items, coats, clothing, shoes and housewares. 985-2283. grahamsvilleumc@gamil.com.

Hudson Valley Swing: 1-3 p.m. Sept. 17, Wallkill Community Center, 7-9 Wes Warren Dr., Middletown.

Fall-Scaping: 6:30-7:30 p.m. Sept. 17, Middletown Thrall Library, 2nd Floor Community Room, 11 Depot St., Middletown. Fall-scaping plants with Autumn interest presented by Cornell Cooperative Extension - Orange County Master Gardener. Explore the many trees, perennials, shrubs, and annuals that bloom in the Fall. Also gain some inspiration for maximizing the beauty of your Fall garden. This event is free. Registration required. To register, call 341-5483 or email tzacek@rcls.org.

Wednesday Sept. 18

Friendly Visitor Training: 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Sept. 18, Albert Wisner Public Library, 1 McFarland Dr, Warwick. Seeking volunteers to assist older adults, background checks and insurance while volunteering is included. 341-1173, ext. 305; plbumenau@jfsorange.org.

Sullivan County Retired Teachers Association: 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Sept. 18, The Lazy Pond Bed and Breakfast, 79 Old Loomis Road, Liberty. Buffet lunch provided for $20. For reservations, 439-4706. 482-3563.

Fall Rummage Sale: 9:30 a.m.- 6 p.m. Sept. 18; 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Sept. 19-20, 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Sept. 21, Roscoe Presbyterian Church, Old Route 17, Roscoe. Bag days on Fridays and Saturdays. To arrange drop off donations. 607-498-5215.

Introduction to Computers: 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Sept. 18, Newburgh Free Library, 124 Grand Street, Newburgh. Learn about the basics - hardware, software and terminology. Practice using the mouse and keyboard. 563-3645. Joliansky@rcls.org.

Coupon Exchange Group: noon-1 p.m. first and third Wed., starting Sept. 18 and Oct. The Hub, Port Jervis. Presenter: Elaine Votraw Charge: Free.

Mysterious Relics: 2-4 p.m. Sept. 18, Desmond Campus, 6 Albany Post Rd., Newburgh. Discover the role of relics in many different religions and cultures throughout history. $15. 565-2076. msmc.edu/communityed.

Cooking Demo and Dinner: 6 p.m. Sept. 18, Bowery Dugout, 857 Ulster Ave., Kingston. White Fish, salad, veggies, wine pairings, dessert and coffee. $54 benefits (PJ) Pajama Library and Federation scholarships. ucjf.org. 338-8131.

Stitch with a Purpose: 6-7:45 p.m. Sept. 18, Newburgh Free Library Town Branch, 1401 Route 300, Newburgh. Bring your knitting, crochet, and any stitch style you love. Focus will be on making projects to donate to local causes. Open to all. Children 10 and older welcome with a parent or guardian. 563-3619. Cmorgan@rcls.org.

Audubon Autumn Bird Identification: 6:30-7:45 p.m. Sept. 18, Albert Wisner Public Library, 1 McFarland Dr., Warwick. The fall migration is here, bringing a host of common and uncommon birds. This program will cover the basics of bird identification and local birding hotspots. This program is good preparation for the optional Winding Waters Trail field trip in the Wallkill National Wildlife Refuge on Sept. 21. Presented by Jim Van Gelder and co-sponsored by the Albert Wisner Public Library. Register by calling 986-1047 ext. 3. 360-0508. info@orangecountynyaudubon.org.

Talk - Impeachment - What Does It Mean?: 7 p.m. Sept. 18, The Rowley Center for Science and Engineering, 10 East Conkling Avenue, Middletown. Lecturer - Brian F. Carso, J.D., Ph.D. 341-4891.

Thursday, Sept. 19

Most Precious Blood School Crusader Classic Golf Outing: 10 a.m.-12 p.m., Sept. 19, Town of Wallkill Golf Course, 40 Sands Road, Middletown. Benefiting MPB School's Academic, Technology and Athletic programs. Golf, food, beverages, cash prizes, awards, raffles and live entertainment. $150 includes golf, BBQ lunch, dinner/reception or $50 dinner/reception. $100 to sponsor a hole. 820-5995, mpbgolfouting@gmail.com.

Chicken Barbecue: Sept. 19, New Milford United Methodist Church, 5 Jockey Hollow Rd., New Milford, N.Y., take outs begin at 4:30 p.m., serving 5-6:30 p.m., $14. To reserve your tickets call 856-1437.

Warwick Food Truck Festival: 4-9 p.m. Sept. 19, St. Stephen-St. Edward School Soccer Field, 100 St. Stephen’s Pl., Warwick. Dozens of food and sweets trucks plus local craft beverages, live music and more. Rain or shine, patrons encouraged to bring chairs and blankets. $10 per person, free 14 years old and younger. Service dogs only. Warwickfoodtruckfestival.com.

‘One-Room School House Project Nears Completion’: 6 p.m. Sept. 19, Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library in Monticello. Gordon MacAdam, Co-chair and Paul Lounsbury, Committee Member, provide a Powerpoint presentation as they explain how this project began. Free. 794-4660.

Small Ruminant ‘Snack Chat’: 6-8 p.m. Sept. 19, CCE Orange County, 18 Seward Ave., Ste. 300, Middletown. Seminar for goat and sheep producers, beginner to advanced offering topics for beginners, parasite control, forage quality and systems to implement rational grazing. $10 for current CCE enrolees, $20 for non-enrollees, youth free with adult. 344-1234. ram72@cornell.edu.

Art Demonstration by Peter Koenig: 6:30-7:30 p.m. Sept. 19, The Hub, (The public computer center at the Port Jervis Free Library), Port Jervis. Free. 856-7313 ext. 5. thehub@portjervislibrary.org.

Friday, Sept. 20

Indoor Yard and Clothing Sale: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sept. 20, every Fri., St. Mark’s UM Church, 68 Clinton St., Napanaoch, comic books, baseball cards, clothing, records, games and more.

Sausage and Pepper Hoagie Dinner: 4-7 p.m. Sept. 20, American Legion Post 151, Wawayanda Ave., Middletown, $8 per person, includes salad and soda, take out available. 674-6643.

Fish Fry: 4:30-7 p.m. Sept. 20, Pine Island Firehouse, 684 County Rd. 1, Pine Island, sit-down or take out, $14; children $7. For info and tickets call 651-4287 or 258-4625. Reserve by Sept. 15.

American Legion Fish Fry: 4:30-6:30 p.m. Sept. 20, American Legion, 92 Pine St., Wurtsboro, $12. For reservations call 888-4958.

Shining Stars Celebration: Cocktail hour: 6 p.m. Sept. 20, Anthony’s Pier 9 in New Windsor. Followed by dinner. Entertainment by Bill’s Toupee Band. Silent auction with items donated by many local businesses. Jan Brunkhorst will be awarded the Mary Lee Berry Shining Stars Award for Outstanding Service to People with Disabilities. Proceeds will support Inspire’s programs and services, which support individuals with developmental disabilities. $150. Reserve no later than Sept. 9. 614-5975, ext. 101. mcircelli@inspirecp.org.

Saturday, Sept. 21

5K Color Run: Runners check-in, 8 a.m., run start, 10 a.m. Sept. 21 starts and ends, L Verne Allen Park, corner of Route 94 and Ahern Drive, Washingtonville. Hosted by The Blooming Grove/Washingtonville Chamber of Commerce. Untimed run for all ages and fitness abilities. Participants are invited to run, walk, skip or hop their way to the finish line. BGWCC.org or complete a paper registration form at Walden’s Savings Bank or contact 500-1269. martha.barrera@waldensavings.bank.

Audubon Field Trip: 8:30-10:30 a.m. Sept. 21, Winding Waters Trail, 8 State Line Rd., Westtown. An easy walk through a variety of habitats along the beautiful Wallkill River. Warblers, sparrows, and shorebirds will all be on the move. Meet at trailhead parking lot. Led by Jim Van Gelder. Co-sponsored by the Albert Wisner Public Library (see Autumn Bird Identification Program on Sept. 18). Register by calling 986-1047 ext. 3. 360-0508. info@orangecountynyaudubon.org.

Neversink Rondout Antique Machinery Association Tractor Show and Swap Meet: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Sat.; 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Sun., Sept. 21-22, Grahamsville Fairgrounds, 8230 Route 55, Grahamsville, $3 per car entrance fee, antique engines, classic garden tractors, music, craft fair, flea market both days, chicken BBQ, “Timmy the Train,” tractor bingo, stationary steam engine will be running the shingle mill. 985-2548, 985-0081.

Jeans & Bake Sale: 9 a.m.-noon Sept 21 at the Changing Hands Thrift shop next to Bullville UMC, Route 17K and 302, Bullville. Buy gently used jeans and homemade baked goods. Proceeds go to Church Missions and Church Repairs. 361-3032. 361-2721.

Vendors Needed for The Walden Historical Society Craft and Yard Sale: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Sept. 21, Jacob T. Walden House, 34 No. Montgomery St., Walden. Set up your own table in a 10-foot space for a $20. Reserve, 778-7772. 220-6606.

St. Mary's Antique Appraisal and Craft Show: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Sept. 21, 50 Ball St., Port Jervis. Certified Appraiser, Marianne Flannery of Flannery's Auction & Estate Services will be there to appraise items you have around the house that you've always wondered what they were worth. Last appraisal will be at 2 p.m. Crafters from around Hudson Valley to help get your holiday shopping started, bake sale to help Catholic Daughters of America 114 fund raise for their scholarships they give every year, and Jack Batelic of PRS Gold Buyers will be available to purchase your broken, mangled, or unwanted pieces of gold, silver, and platinum. Hot dogs, macaroni and cheese, water, soda, and coffee will be available for purchase. 239-9051. witkowski_5@yahoo.com.

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School Fall Yard Sale: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Sept. 21, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School, 205 Wawayanda Ave., Middletown, rain (inside), shine (outside), spaces available. For info and to reserve a space call 343-8836. Proceeds benefit the school.

Grahamsville United Methodist Church Thrift Sale & Luncheon: 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Sept. 21, Grahamsville United Methodist Church, 350 Main St., Grahamsville. Toys, Boutique items, housewares, clothing and shoes. 985-2283, grahamsvilleumc@gamil.com.

Furniture sale: 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Sep. 21, Grace Episcopal Church, 1 Forest Ave., Monroe. Fundraiser for the church. 782-8535.

Plant Sale From CCEUC Xeriscape Garden: 10 a.m.-noon Sept. 21, SUNY Ulster Campus, 491 Cottekill Road in Stone Ridge. Perennials, shrubs, trees, and even house plants grown by the Master Gardeners. Proceeds benefit the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County (CCEUC) Master Gardener program. tinyurl.com/2019LIG. 340-3990 ext. 335 or email dm282@cornell.edu.

Walk To Fight Hunger: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Sept. 21, Walkway Over the Hudson, 87 Haviland Road, Highland. Benefits Food Bank of the Hudson Valley. Donate $25 or more and receive a “Walk to Fight Hunger” T-shirt and every donor will enjoy complimentary healthy snacks. The Pomodoro Pizza Café and The Frozen Caboose Ice Cream (located Walkway’s Highland entrance) both eateries will donate 10 percent of that day’s proceeds to the Food Bank. near the Walkway’s Highland entrance. Foodbankofhudsonvalley.org. 534-5344.

Hamptonburgh Country Festival: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sept. 21, Hamptonburgh Town Park, 18 Bull Rd., Campbell Hall. Free family fun including hayrides, pumpkin painting, petting zoo, draught horse wagon rides, 4H and more. Come meet Orange County's Dairy Princess. There will be lots of vendors and food. Hurley Mountain Highway Band will play at noon. hamptonburghcountryfest@gmail.com.

Mid-Hudson Woodworkers Show: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sept. 21, Hurley Reformed Church, 11 Main St., Hurley, $3. Displays of fine wood crafts by members including furniture, bowls and other turned items, scroll saw art, carvings and much more. Techniques are demonstrated throughout the day in Scroll Sawing and Wood Turning. A Saw Mill is expected to operate at different posted times cutting logs to lumber. There is an opportunity to make your own pen using a lathe. Some lovely objects are donated for door prizes and others will be presented in a raffle that day. There will be a number of items for sale. Food truck. info@midhudsonwoodworkers.org.

The Friends of the Middletown Thrall Library, Inc., Repair Cafe: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Sept. 21, Middletown Thrall Library, 11 Depot St., Middletown. What do you do with a CD player that doesn't play? A toaster that no longer works? A sweater with moth holes? Toss it away? No way! Repair Café is repairing broken items together professional advice encounters and inspiration Costs? A voluntary contribution. thrall14@warwick.net.

Poetry Festival: 2 p.m. Sept. 21, The Liberty Museum & Arts Center, 46 South Main St., Liberty. Poets, published and unpublished, working in all styles, are welcome. Organized and moderated by poet Marilyn Laufer, Poet Laureate of the Village of Liberty. Submit poems for consideration to Marilyn Laufer, PO Box 87, White Sulphur Springs, NY 12787 or email them to mbfrumess@gmail.com.

Geppetto - Extraordinary Extremities: 2-3 p.m. Sept. 21, Newburgh Free Library, 124 Grand St., Newburgh. Concrete Temple Theater presents a tale of resilience, adaptation and ingenuity that tells the story of puppet-maker Geppetto, who is attempting to perform – all by himself for the first time ever – the grand mythical love story of Perseus, who slays a sea monster to save his beloved Andromeda. 563-3616. Lkochik@rcls.org.

“The Black Bear”: 1 p.m. Sept. 21, The Gatehouse Historic Site and Learning Center, 224 Smith Clove Rd. at Pine Hill Rd., Central Valley. Join educator and photographer "Doc" Bayne to learn about the life of the Black Bear and why we should be concerned about them and their habitat. Understanding bears is essential to our safety. Free (donations accepted) and open to the public. 928-6378.

Chicken BBQ: 3-7 p.m. Sept. 21, Washington Heights Fire Company, 10 Ohio Pl., Middletown, Manaklin Brothers Band will be performing, advance tickets $20 per person; $25 at the door, tickets available from any WHFD member, Manaklin Brothers Band member or by calling 239-0175 or 800-4303.

Catskill Talks - The Marvelists: 5-7 p.m. Sept. 21, Wurtsboro Art Alliance, 73 Sullivan St., Wurtsboro. The Marvelists is a podcast hosted by Peter Melnick and Eddie Wilson talks about the massive Marvel Comic universe.

Both Melnick and Wilson will talk about their journey as podcasters, the art of podcasting, and how the comic book industry is dominating pop culture. facebook.com/events/727478407696813/.

International Peace Day Concert and Call for Climate Action: 7:30 p.m. Sept. 21, Historic Old Dutch Church, 272 Wall St, Kingston. The Yuval Ron Ensemble: Mystical Music from the Middle East. Free, but donations are welcome. All proceeds will benefit the Kingston Land Trust and Seed Song Farm & Center. 646-226-5520.

Orange County Household Hazardous Waste and Operation Safe Scripts Pharmaceutical Collection Event: Acceptable items: adhesives, aerosol cans, automotive products, fire extinguishers, flammable liquids (oil, gas, kerosene and/or mixtures), corrosives/cleaners, creosote, driveway sealer, pool chemicals, fluorescent tubes, inks, mercury, oil based paints only, pesticides/herbicides, propane cylinders (camp size), roofing tar, rubber cement, solvents/thinners, varnishes/shellac/stains, wood preservatives, car batteries. Not accepted, refrigerators, tires, air conditioners, electronics, water based latex paint, bbq size propane tanks, appliances, single-use batteries (can be thrown out in household trash). 291-3246. orangecountygov.com/efs.

Sunday, Sept. 22

Firehouse Breakfast: 7-11 a.m. Sept. 22, Coldenham Fire Company, 511 Coldenham Rd., Walden, $10; seniors and children age 10 and under $8; children age 3 and under admitted for free, special is apple-cinnamon pancakes. Reserve for large groups by calling 564-7882.

Looking for vendors: Women of Woodbury is seeking vendors for their Craft Fair to be held 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on Nov. 30 at the Woodbury Senior Center at 16 Route 105, Highland Mills. The cost is $30 a space. To reserve call 928-9007 or email svrana@yahoo.com.

Ukrainian Festival: noon-9 p.m. Sept. 22, St. Andrew’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, 141 Sarah Wells Trail, Campbell Hall. $5. Free parking. Raffles, dancing, horseriding, games for kids. 496-5506.

Author Talk - “Kugel & Frijoles Latino Jews in the U.S.”: noon-2 p.m. Sept. 22, Temple Sinai & Jewish Federation of Orange County, Middletown. Author, Laura Limonic will speak about the customs, foods, languages and religious observance differences from the Ashkenazi and Sephardic Jews. Refreshments provided. Free and Open to the Public. 343-1861.

Newburgh Loaves and Fishes Fundraiser: 1-4 p.m. Sept. 22, Newburgh Brewing Company, 88 S. Colden St., Newburgh. Free admission event with live music will have raffle tickets, art work, food and beverages for purchase. All tips and raffle/art work proceeds go to Loaves & Fishes, Inc. to help defray the cost of its free Thanksgiving food distribution to pre-registered, food challenged residents of the Newburgh school district.

Walking With the Water: 2-4 p.m. Sept. 22, Time And The Valleys Museum, 332 Main St., Grahamsville, $5. The Rondout Neversink Stream Program will present a short history of community interactions with local rivers and their lasting impacts, as well as a review of how we harness the value of our creeks and streams today. The talk will be followed by a tour of the water-powered shop and riparian area exhibit at the 1930s Lost Catskill Farm behind the Museum, built in a partnership among the Stream Team, Time and the Valley Museum and Tri-Valley Central School conservation students. 985-7700. info@timeandthevalleysmuseum.org,

Jazz Meets Flamenco concert: 3-4:30 p.m. Sept. 22, Newburgh Free Library Auditorium, Newburgh. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Newburgh Free Library will be hosting a unique music and dance collaboration that blends flamenco music with Jazz. Performers Daniel Pimentel (guitarist), Natalia Loza (bailaora or Flamenco dancer), and Guillermo Barrón (percussionist) and jazz vocalist Judi Silvano accompanied by Bruce Arnold on electric guitar and John Menegon, on bass. No registration is required. Light refreshments provided, courtesy of the Friends of the Newburgh Free Library. 563-3625. newburghlibrary.org.

Monday, Sept. 23

Prepare Yourself: Advanced Directives at Any Stage Of Life: 9:30 a.m.-noon Sept. 23, Emergency Services Center, 22 Wells Farm Road, Goshen. Only 37 percent of people in the United States have advanced directives in place for end of life care. 24-hour crisis call center, 800-832-1200. Information, 346-4357.

Bill Volpe Golf Classic: 10:30 a.m. Sept. 23, The Powelton Club, 29 Balmville Road, Newburgh. Dinner buffet, 6:30 p.m., prizes and raffles, live auction. Entry, $200. Benefits The Arc Sullivan-Orange Counties. 796-1350, ext. 1050.

Tuesday, Sept. 24

United Way of the Dutchess-Orange Region Community Breakfast: 7:30 a.m. Sept. 24, Poughkeepsie Grand Hotel, 40 Civic Center Plaza, Poughkeepsie. Seating is limited and this event has sold-out for the past 3 years. $40. uwdor.org/breakfast2019 or 471-1900, ext. 3126. Raffle $10 or a book of three for $25. uwdor.org/raffle. 471-1900 ext 3126.

Friendly Visitor Training: 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Sept. 24, New Windsor Community Center, 555 Union Ave., New Windsor. Seeking volunteers to assist older adults all over Orange County. Volunteer's help in as little as two hours a week with driving, shopping or home visits. Reservations required, background checks and insurance while volunteering is included. 563-4640; fvp@newwindsor-ny.gov.

Meeting: 4-5:30 p.m. Sept. 24, Elk’s Lodge, 356 Washington St., Newburgh. A meeting of the GBS/CIDPFoundation International Hudson Valley Support Group Chapter to discuss various ways to cope, adjust and adapt to having GBS or CIDP. 914-805-3714.

Wednesday, Sept. 25

Coping Through The Holidays - Bereavement Seminar: 1:30-3 p.m. Sept. 25, Sullivan County Government Center, Legislative Room, second floor, 100 North St., Monticello. Receive a coping booklet. 561-6143, ext. 287. tiftur@hospiceoforange.com.

Planning and Developing Your Product: 5:30-7 p.m. Sept. 25, Middletown Thrall Library, 11 Depot St., Middletown. Ever have a great idea for a new product? This is your opportunity to find out if it could work! Explore the following topics over four amazing weeks of free classes, patents, copyrights, trademarks - protecting your idea Prototypes - creating working samples and financing your project Commercial viability - who will buy your product, price-market-desirability You will have one entire month to create your prototype. Sessions: Sept. 25 (5:30 - 7:30 p.m.) Oct. 2 (5:30 - 7:30 p.m.) Oct. 9 (5:30 - 7:30 p.m.) Presentation: Nov. 6 (5:30 - 7:30 p.m.) Registration required. To register, or for more information, contact Theresa Zacek at 341-5483 or tzacek@rcls.org.

Greenwood Lake Commission meeting: 7 p.m. Sept. 25, West Milford Library, 1470 Union Valley Rd., West Milford, N.J.

Thursday, Sept. 26

“Jupiter: The Giant Planet”: 6 p.m. Sept. 26, Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library, 479 Broadway, Monticello. John Kocijanski, a local amateur astronomer, facilitates this movie. Sixty moons rotate around Jupiter. Could there be life under the crust of one of these moons? How do we even know about Jupiter, a planet that is a half billion miles from Earth? Free. 794-4660.

Financial Aid Info Session: 6:30 p.m. Sept. 26, Mount Saint Mary College, Aquinas Hall, Room 163, 330 Powell Ave., Newburgh. Learn about the opportunities and processes available to help students afford their college degrees and how eligibility for these opportunities is determined. Financial counselors will also detail strategies for covering college expenses. Register, 888-YES-MSMC; msmc.edu/FinAidSession.

Friday, Sept. 27

Looking for vendors: Women of Woodbury is seeking vendors for their Craft Fair to be held 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on Nov. 30 at the Woodbury Senior Center at 16 Route 105, Highland Mills. The cost is $30 a space. To reserve call 928-9007 or email svrana@yahoo.com.

Indoor Yard and Clothing Sale: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sept. 27, every Fri., St. Mark’s UM Church, 68 Clinton St., Napanaoch, comic books, baseball cards, clothing, records, games and more.

Coping Through The Holidays - Bereavement Seminar: 6:30-8 p.m. Sept. 27, Mount St. Mary College, Dominican Center, Room 218, 330 Powell Ave., Newburgh. Receive a coping booklet. 561-6143, ext. 287. tiftur@hospiceoforange.com.

“Fall for the Y” Silent Auction: 6:30-10 p.m. Sept. 27, Villa Venezia, 2257 Goshen Turnpike, Middletown, tickets are $100, dressy casual attire, hors D’oeuvres, open bar, live entertainment. RSVP by Sept. 6. 956-1490.

Tricky Tray: 5:30-8:30 p.m. Sept. 27, Roscoe Rockland Community Center, 1968 Old Rte. 17, Roscoe. Admission $5, doors open 5:30 p.m., calling at 8 p.m. 50/50 raffle and special table. Refreshments. 665-4218.

Saturday, Sept. 28

Indoor Fall Festival Yard and Bake Sale: 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Sept. 28, CYO building, 662 Cty. Rte. 1, Pine Island (across from Jolly Onion Inn). Benefits General Pulaski Memorial Committee of Orange County. Coffee and hot dogs available. 291-8706; 651-4287.

Battle of Fort Montgomery: 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Sept. 28, Fort Montgomery State Historic Site, 690 Rte. 9W, Fort Montgomery. Enjoy a unique, extended tour of the Hudson Valley’s most dramatic battle sites, bringing to live the Revolutionary War attack using the words of soldiers who were there and what they left behind. Approximately two hours, and includes rarely visited spots of the battlefield and conclude with a musket firing demonstration. Registration required. 446-2134. peter.cutul@parks.ny.gov.

Hudson Valley Draft Horse Association Fall Corn Harvest: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sept. 28, Hudson Valley Draft Horse Association, 5100 Rte. 209, Accord. Corn binding with antique equipment, drawn by horses/mules/oxen. Vendors, pumpkin painting, scarecrow making, good food, petting zoo, donkeys. Admission by donation. dmjure33@frontiernet.net. 294-9016.

Local Authors’ Showcase: 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Sept. 28, Thrall Library, 11-19 Depot St., Middletown. Meet local authors, learn about the publishing process, and view and purchase books directly from the people who create them. Marianne Sciucco, Middletown author and event organizer, 978-9385, mariannesciucco@gmail.com. Theresa Zacek, Adult Program Coordinator, 341-5483, tzacek@rcls.org.

Port Jervis Fan Fest Mini Comic On: 11 a.m-4 p.m. Sept. 28, Port Jervis Free Library, Port Jervis. Portjervislibrary.org. The library will collaborate with Haven For Heroes Comic Book Shop. 856-7313, ext. 4.

Cooking Class - Easy Meals: 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Sept. 28, ShopRite of Dolson Ave., Middletown. Annette Cuevas, Registered Dietitian for ShopRite at Dolson Ave will be “keeping it simple,” by demonstrating easy meals. Customers can sample the dishes and take home the recipes to try for themselves. Free.

Black Dirt Storytelling Festival: 1-4 p.m. Sept. 28, Florida Public Library, 4 Cohen Circle, Florida. Topic - Norse Tales. For listeners of all ages. Norse Scandinavian and Icelandic tales. tales include: gods, goddesses, frost giants, dwarfs, dragons and humans. Storytellers include: Eileen Stelljes and Madelyn Folino and Ken Karnas of the New Jersey Storytelling Network. Register floridapubliclibrary.org. 651-7659.

Kites Over the Hudson: 2-4 p.m. Sept. 28, Washington’s Headquarters State Historic Site, 84 Liberty St., Newburgh. Free kites to the first 150 children ages 15 and under, refreshments provided. 562-1195.

Sunday, Sept. 29

Rosh Hashana Farmer’s Market: 11 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Sept. 29, Chabad Jewish Center 12 N. Church St., Goshen. Participate in an apple throwing challenge, craft a New Year’s Card, make a carrot cake pop, mix an apple mocktail and prepare a salad. 291-0514. chabadoc.com.

All You Can Eat Breakfast: 8-11:15 a.m. Sept. 29, St. Mary's Church, 50 Ball Street, Most Sacred Heart Hall, Port Jervis. $8; children Under 12 Years Old, $6. Children Under 5 Years old...Free.

Booksigning “Louey Levy’s Perfect Pitch” by local author Genie Abrams: noon-1 p.m. Sept. 29, Oliver & Chatfield, corner of S. William and Liberty Streets, Newburgh. “Louey Levy’s Perfect Pitch” is the sequel to Abrams’ first book “"Louey Levy's Greatest Catch." $15 in cash or check will get you a signed copy. Free refreshments and a reading from the book!

Denning and Claryville History Afternoon: 1 p.m. Sept. 29, Time and the Valleys Museum, Route 55, Grahamsville. 985-7700.

A Discussion with Local Author, Jerry Kuntz: 1-2 p.m. Sept. 29, Florida Public Library, 4 Cohen Circle, Florida. Jerry Kuntz of Warwick recently wrote "The Writing Master: The Story of the Gentleman-Thief and Forger, James B. Crosse," a true crime story. msgombick@warwick.net.

Monday, Oct. 1

Unveiling Orange County Clothesline Project Ceremony: 12:30 p.m. on Oct. 1 in front of the Orange County Government Center, Goshen. The display is comprised of T-shirts made by survivors of domestic violence or in honor of someone who has been a victim of violence. The Clothesline Project, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday and then move to other locations in Orange County. The Clothesline Project was on exhibit at the Government Center last year for the first time since 2010. 562-5340.

Orange County Psychic Experience Group: 7-9 p.m. Oct. 1, St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Parish Hall, 37-47 Old Route 9W, New Windsor. Free, but donations are appreciated. 505-9905.

Thursday, Oct. 3

Pork Dinner: 4:30-7 p.m. Oct. 3, Masonic Hall, 94 Main Street, Livingston Manor. $10; children, $6. Takeouts available. Benefit: Sullivan-St. Tammany Chapter #298 Order of Eastern Star. 439-3102.

Tattoo Art Class: 6-8 p.m. Thurs., Oct. 3-Nov. 24, SUNY Ulster’s Kingston Center, kind of art class this fall: tattoo illustration. The teacher is Michael Locasio, the owner of Ink Inc. Tattooing in Kingston and Saugerties. Locasio will offer his 30+ years of tattooing expertise for SUNY Ulster’s students. $149

To register, https://apps.sunyulster.edu/courses/NCC,2037

Coping Through The Holidays - Bereavement Seminar: 6:30-8 p.m. Oct. 3, Monroe Free Library, 44 Millpond Parkway, Monroe. Receive a coping booklet. 561-6143, ext. 287. tiftur@hospiceoforange.com.

Saturday, Oct. 5

Harvest Sale: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Oct. 5, Kitty’s Corn Stand, Depot St., Westtown. Pumpkins, cornstalks, hay bales, mums and more. We also will have a selection of vegetables, honey and baked goods. All proceeds go to the American Legion Auxiliary George Smith Unit 1607 Community Help Fund. 726-3855.

You Might Find It Sale: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Oct. 5, St. Charles Borromeo Parish Hall, 2212 Route 44/55, Gardiner. Christmas items, food, handmade treasures, quilts, books, toys and much more from the vendors. 255-1374.

Harvest Festival: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Oct. 5, Hunt Memorial Building, Liberty Square, Ellenville. Fall and holiday marketplace showcasing the talents of the Shawangunk Garden Club. 647-1278.

Fall Festival: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Oct. 5, Leptondale Bible Church, 1771 Route 300 in Newburgh. There will be free games, prizes, inflatable fun, food, drinks and live music. Rain or shine event. 566-1113.

Tricky Tray: 1-4 p.m. Oct. 5, First Presbyterian Church, 30 Goshen Ave., Washingtonville. Calling begins 3 p.m. $15 adults, $10 seniors and ages 13-18, free under 12. Includes one sheet of tickets, $5 additional sheet. 50/50 raffle. Refreshments sold. 496-3814. firstpres@frontiernet.net.

Friends of the Otisville School Tricky Tray: 5 p.m. Oct. 5, Otisville Elementary School, 2525 Mount Hope Rd., Otisville. Tricky Tray fundraiser to benefit the Old School Community Center. High quality baskets, fast calling, and outstanding prizes, including Disney Park Hopper passes, Coach, Longaberger, Tiffany, electronics, local gift certificates, and more. Family friendly, refreshments for sale, a 50-50, and great door prizes. General level tickets $5, 5 for $20. Upper level and grand prize tickets available. Doors open, 5 p.m., calling starts at 7 p.m. fotosotisville.com, Facebook.

Orange County Arts Council’s The Art Affair” gala: 6-10 p.m. Oct. 5, The Palacio, Goshen. Saluting the Contributions of Atlas Studios in Newburgh; Barry Lewis, Former Executive Editor for the Times Herald-Record newspaper and Guidecraft in Tuxedo Park. This year’s theme is “Hacienda de Cards,” featuring an evening of games ranging from poker to an escape room designed by Amy Lewis-Sweetman, plus large-scale games designed by Janet Howard-Fatta. Music provided by the String Trio of New York. $110-$250; table of eight is $1000. Sponsor opportunities are also available. Proceeds support Orange County Arts Council’s programming, grant funding and arts support services. 202-0140.

 

Sunday, Oct. 6

“A Taste of Newburgh”: 12:30-2:30 p.m. Oct. 6, Mount Saint Mary College Campus, 330 Powell Ave., Newburgh, tickets are $25 in advance or $30 at the door, rain or shine. Proceeds benefit charitable organizations. Hosted by the Greater Newburgh Rotary. For tickets go to bit.ly/TasteOfNewburgh.

 

Tuesday, Oct. 7

Road Maintenance Workshop, Reserve by Oct. 2: 9 a.m.-noon Oct. 7, Palmyra Township Building, 115 Buehler Lane, in Paupack, Pa. The event is geared toward municipal and community association staff who are responsible for maintaining local roadways. It is also open to the general public. pikecd@pikepa.org. 570-226-8220.

Wednesday, Oct. 9

Coping Through The Holidays - Bereavement Seminar: 1:30-3 p.m. Oct. 9, Braemar Living at Wallkill, Cinema Room, 21 Riverside Drive, Middletown. Receive a coping booklet. 561-6143, ext. 287. tiftur@hospiceoforange.com.

NAMI Basics Education Program: 6:30-9 p.m. Oct. 9-Nov. 20 (no class on Nov. 13), First Presbyterian Church, 33 Park Pl., Goshen, 6-week session, NAMI Basics is a free, 6-week (one day per week) education program for parents and family caregivers of children and teens who are experiencing symptoms of a mental illness or whom have already been diagnosed. NAMI Basics is offered in a group setting so you can connect with other people face-to-face. Space is limited so pre registration is required by calling 294-2749 or email namiorangeny@warwick.net. namiorangeny.org.

Friday, Oct. 11

Hudson Valley Tech Festival and Hackathon: 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Oct. 11-12, SUNY Orange, Kaplan Hall, 74 Grand St., Newburgh. The inaugural Hudson Valley Tech Festival brings together tech professionals, entrepreneurs, government and community leaders to discuss strategies for technology oriented economic development in the Hudson Valley.

Oct. 11 at SUNY Orange: Tech Conference: Digital information’s impact on the Hudson Valley. Oct. 12 at Mount Saint Mary College - Hackathon.

The two-day event will demonstrate how a growing regional technology industry will spur economic growth throughout the region, and strengthen relationships between employers, educators, skilled professionals, new graduates, and students. Showcasing local technology businesses and talent, facilitating job creation, and driving innovation. Festival.openhubproject.com. @HVTechFest.

Saturday, Oct. 12

Pressure Canning Workshop: 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Oct. 12, Lloyd United Methodist Church. 476 New Paltz Highland Road, Highland. Preserve soups, stews, vegetables, meats and other low acid food. Receive handouts and guidance to trusted information sources. $25. Register. philliesbridge.org/adultworkshops. 255-9317.

Sugar Loaf Fall Festival: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 12-14, Sugar Loaf. Arts, crafts, music, food, beer and garden. Free. Parking, $5. Sugarloafnewyork.com.

Sunday, Oct. 13

Pancake Breakfast: 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Oct. 13, Greenville VFW Post 3175, 1316 Route 6, Port Jervis, $5-$8. The Greenville VFW Post 3175 will be serving breakfast the second Sunday of every month. 978-4666. greenvillevfwhelpers@yahoo.com.

Friday, Oct. 18

Newburgh Literary Festival: kick off reception, 6:30 p.m., readings, 7 p.m. Oct. 18 will be held at Atlas Industries, 11 Spring St., Newburgh. Festival, 2-8 p.m. Oct. 19, Safe Harbors Lobby at the Ritz, 107 Broadway, Newburgh. Safe Harbors Lobby at the Ritz, 107 Broadway, Newburgh. 2-6 p.m. Authors’ event; 6-8 p.m, Oct. 19 for cocktail Reception and Local Authors’ Fair. The Ann Street Gallery will present TEXT, a group exhibition of text-based art which has been curated in conjunction with the Literary Festival, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 18-19, Ann Street Gallery, 104 Ann St., Newburgh. $20 at the door; students, $10 at the door with valid ID. Two workshops Oct. 20 will feature two, writing workshops, “How to Tell the Story of Your Life” led by novelist Danielle Trussoni at Safe Harbors Ann Street Gallery, 104 Ann St., Newburgh, “Surprise Yourself; Surprise Your Reader”, 1-3 p.m. Oct. 20 with poet Ruth Danon at Atlas Studios Gallery, 11 Spring St., Newburgh. $25 per person, per workshop. safe-harbors.org/events/literaryfestival/.

Sunday, Oct. 20

Beacon Sloop Club annual Pumpkin Festival: Noon-5 p.m. Oct. 20, Pete and Toshi Seeger Riverfront Park, 1 Red Flynn Dr., Beacon, pumpkins of all sizes and shapes, fresh baked pumpkin pies, apple cider and more. On Facebook. Beaconsloop.org.

Thursday, Oct. 24

“Killing Times in the Catskills” by Kevin Owen: 6:30-7:30 p.m. Oct. 24, The Hub, Port Jervis. One of the most famous female serial killers, Lizzie McNally Halliday, resided in Burlingham (Sullivan County). From

1893-1894, newspapers around the world began closely following a new and unusual case. Halliday worked as a housekeeper, eventually marrying her employer, Paul Halliday. After Paul went missing, a search of their property revealed the bodies of two unidentified women. The investigation which followed revealed that Lizzie, in her twenties, left behind a trail of failed marriages, bigamy, horse theft, arson, insurance fraud, and

murder, even having served time in the infamous Eastern State Penitentiary. If found guilty, Lizzie Halliday would have been the first woman in the world to face the electric chair. Kevin Owen, the author, provides the most complete, factual, and researched biographical timeline of Lizzie Halliday. 856-7313, ext. 5.

Friday, Oct. 25

Rummage Sale: 10 a.m. Sept. 25-26, Glenwood Baptist Church, 1863 Route 565, Glenwood N.J. 973-764-6616, 973-271-5860.

Saturday, Oct. 26

Train Show: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Oct. 26, Port Jervis High School Gymnasium, 10 Route 209, Port Jervis, admission $5; children age 12 and under admitted for free, vendor table $25. Actual working model railroads on display including Thomas the Tank, model railroad merchandise, memorabilia, raffle, refreshments, games for the kids and more. Hosted by the Tri-States railway Preservation Society. minisink.org/tsrps.htm. On Facebook. 651-7872.

Ulster Corp’s Zombie Escape 5K: Registration - 10 a.m. Oct. 26, Williams Lake, off binnewater Road, Rosendale. Kids run a 1K for free at 11 a.m. 5K starts at 11:30 a.m. Walk/hike 1 K, 11:45 a.m. Pre-Registration (by Friday, October 25th, 1pm): $20. Register for the 5k Race or 1k Walk by Tuesday Oct. 8 and receive a free T-shirt. Day-of Registration (after 1 p.m.Oct. 25 1pm): $25 (no free t-shirt). Team rate, $15. zippyreg.com?event=1272.

Cupcake-a-Palooza: 1-4 p.m. Oct. 26, Lobby at the Ritz, 107 Broadway, Newburgh. Safe Harbors of the Hudson will be hosting their annual Cupcake-a-Palooza event, fun for all ages. Seeking professional and amateur bakers for bake-off event. $5 admission, $10 charge for bakers. Judging categories include: Best Overall Professional; Best Overall Amateur; Child Baker (18 & under); Most Beautiful-Professional; Most Beautiful-Amateur; Most Original Flavor, Best Gluten Free and Public Favorite. 784-1110. jhenley@safe-harbors.org.

Anniversary Dance Party: 7-11 p.m. Oct. 26 The Capital Tavern Wiltwyck Golf Club, 404 Steward Lane, Kingston. Reservations advanced $72; $85 at the door. 338-8131. ucjf.org.

Thursday, Nov. 7

Friendly Visitor Training: 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Nov. 18, Alber Wisner Public Library, 1 McFarland Dr, Warwick. Seeking volunteers to assist older adults, background checks and insurance while volunteering is included. 341-1173, ext. 305; plbumenau@jfsorange.org.

Fall For Art Fundraiser: 5-8 p.m. Nov. 7, The Chateau, 240 Boulevard, Route 32, Kingston. Juried art show, sale and cocktail reception. Reservations, $50. 338-8131. Fallforart.org.

Saturday, Nov. 30

Women of Woodbury Craft Fair: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Nov. 30, Woodbury Senior Center, 16 County Route 105, Highland Mills. $30. Vendors needed. 928-9007. svrana@yahoo.com.

Saturday, Dec. 7

Good Shepherd Church Christmas Tea: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Dec. 7, Good Shepherd Church, 110 West Catharine St., Milford, PA. $20 adults, $5 kids 10 and under. All tickets sold at door, baked goods table, kids shopping corner (for kids only) and Christmas Boutique with hand crafted items.