Friday, August 20 brought the Philipstown Rec day camp programs to a close.
To act or not to act? The oft-repeated pearl of wisdom is “if you have to ask yourself if you want to be an actor, you shouldn’t be one.”
Figuring out when to visit Stonecrop Garden used to be perplexing, but they now now welcome visitors every weekday, and many Saturdays, from April through October.
The Desmond-Fish Library book sale is such a well-established local tradition that even Library Director Carol Donick, does not know exactly how many years it’s been around.
A crucial part of their mission: collecting data on the many birds which visit during the summer season.
Eight enthusiastic high schoolers who attended Garrison Art Center’s Summer Art Institute, had the chance to enrich and expand their artistic talents.
Philipstown pooches learn how to be good neighbors at Rec’s Outdoor Obedience Class
The Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival (HVSF) and the Philipstown Depot Theatre join to present theatrical events outside the big tent.
As you taste the delicious fillings inside of those tempting corn husks at the Cold Spring Farmers’ Market you can be grateful that the muse didn’t come to Lisa Krivacka during a bad patch in her life as a fine art painter.
Benefit Soire Highlights Depot Youth Players
Haldane Senior Liz Milner was part of the squad which captured the medal on Sunday, July 25, in Buffalo beating the Central team, 99 to 53.
Use your sense-hear the sizzle, smell, smell, smell.
Starting camp can hold as uncertainty for young campers
We wish there were a fish . . .
Wish granted: Fresh fish is now being sold at the Farmers’ Market