Head Coverings Explored

Sikh, Muslim and Jewish traditions

The Mid-Hudson Folk Arts Program and Mid-Hudson Heritage Center will present a program, “More Than a Hat: Religious Head Coverings in Everyday Life,” with Sikh, Muslim and Orthodox Jewish community leaders at 1 p.m. on Sunday, July 9, at the center.

Members of each group will talk about the meaning of their head coverings and how it is an outward expression of their faith. They also will answer questions. Call 845-454-3222. The center is located 317 Main St., in Poughkeepsie.

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