On Sunday, Sept. 12, over 40 hikers defied gathering clouds and met at Cat Rock, Garrison, for a Hudson Highlands Land Trust-sponsored Take-A-Hike!
Sept. 18. Last call for artists from GAC
The Farm Project, an outdoor art exhibition, is now on view at Saunders Farm through the end of Oct.
Sunday’s Sunset Series reading at the Chapel features four local authors
David N. McCarthy, Sr., age 81, longtime resident of Cold Spring and Garrison NY, died on Sunday, September 12, 2010 at St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital in Newburgh, NY.
Sept. 20. Three Philipstown restaurants and a country club plan to participate in the 2nd Annual Best Chefs, Fine Wine and Crafted Beer Festival, sponsored by the United Way of Westchester and Putnam Counties.
When asked to describe Tai Chi classes, \”is this ongoing, or a series of classes?Ã¢â‚¬Â The answer wasn’t straightforward, and, in its simplicity and complexity, is somehow emblematic of Tai Chi itself.
It’s time to amble toward a ramble: The 11th Annual Hudson Valley Ramble begins this weekend (Sept. 10-12) with outdoor activities spread across three consecutive weekends in a spectacular setting.
Good food is good. Great, fresh, local food is even better
The Putnam County Office of Aging is offering courses to help senior citizens maneuver around the computer.
Second of a series of stories about that interesting person
Miriam Dinerman, 85, passed away peacefully on Saturday, July 18, 2010, at her home in Pasadena, California.
The winds were at war with the waters and the planned Saturday tugboat sails about the historic vessel Pegasus were canceled by orders from the captain
The Depot Theatre has a new place to create stage sets, thanks to a $1- a-year lease granting access to the old Garrison Volunteer Fire Company building on Upper Station Road.