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Kids and Schools
19 February 2018 01:55PM
Philmont Public Library

Friday, February 23 at 7pm the Philmont Public Library will be showing the movie Wonder based on the book of the same name by RJ Palacio.

19 February 2018 01:55PM
Philmont Public Library

Friday, February 23 at 7pm the Philmont Public Library will be showing the movie Wonder based on the book of the same name by RJ Palacio.

19 February 2018 11:29AM
Amanda Purcell

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/columbia-county-sheriff-icc-officials-alert-after-social-media-video

VALATIE — A video posted on social media caused concern among Ichabod Crane School officials and brought Columbia County Sheriff’s deputies to the district for added security on Friday.

A letter was sent from the district to parents and guardians of students Friday notifying them of…

16 February 2018 06:02PM
Richard Moody

The debate over the Second Amendment is breathing new life as people try to rationalize the tragic shooting that took place at a south Florida high school that killed 17 people.

Nikolas Cruz is accused of entering Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, his former…

16 February 2018 06:02PM
Richard Moody

The debate over the Second Amendment is breathing new life as people try to rationalize the tragic shooting that took place at a south Florida high school that killed 17 people.

Nikolas Cruz is accused of entering Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, his former…

16 February 2018 01:55PM
Kite's Nest.

www.kitesnest.org/raising-places

Thank you to everyone who turned out to the Community Action Lab, hosted by Kite’s Nest and the Greater Hudson Promise Neighborhood on Sunday, February 4th. The event was part of our organizations’ joint Raising Places initiative, a process that engages community residents from all…

16 February 2018 12:23PM
Daniel Zuckerman

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/children-give-gift-open-hearts

For Marie Hanusik, getting a Valentine’s card from local children made her feel special.

“We’re not always thought of,” Hanusik said.

The 89-year-old from Catskill was one of several Barnwell Nursing and Rehabilitation Center residents to receive valentines from local children for the love-themed holiday. Barnwell residents…

16 February 2018 11:31AM

Last Wednesday 50 MCSIS 5th grade students got a Valentine’s Day surprise: a visit from Register Star Publisher Mark Vinciguerra, reporter Amanda Purcell, and Hudson Fire Chief Anthony DeMarco.
The guests were part of School Life Media’s Junior Journalism program, part of the MC Smith Intermediate…

15 February 2018 02:28PM
Elena Mosley

Operation Unite Education and Cultural Arts Center invites High School Juniors and Seniors to “Building Up Hudson” with Bard College. Building Up Hudson meets at Operation Unite every Friday from 4-6pm.
The first hour is tutoring (one-on-one or group) ~ please bring work / assignment that…

13 February 2018 05:06PM

The second installment of Hudson Area Library’s new Story & Craft Hour, “Folktales & Stories for Children & Families”, will be Sunday, February 18, 1 – 2pm

Folktales & Stories with Pamela Badila presents folktales from around the world to children and their families. This…

13 February 2018 05:00PM
Jennifer Wai-Lan Strodl

Join us at The Liberi School for Circus Arts Camp with Laura Geilen this February break. Each day begins with a playful game, a fun circus warm-up and a short introduction to some new skills. Campers then rotate in groups through a series of circus…

13 February 2018 12:33PM

Hudson Area Library’s Minecraft Club, where kids and teens get to play and fight together on our special servers, is now two sessions a week.

Saturday sessions led by Sonia Ruscoe, artist and game enthusiast, currently has spots available. The club meets from 12-2pm.…

13 February 2018 12:19PM

Hudson Area Library and The Greater Hudson Promise Neighborhood are proud to announce a special High Five! Saturday, February 17, 11am – 1pm.

Kathy Mabb our High Five! facilitator will be focusing on Science picture books during our Story Hour and offering a follow-up discussion…

13 February 2018 10:58AM
Rachel Weisman

Kids Need Music (KNM), a local non-profit founded in 2014 to support the Hudson city schools music programs, presents a benefit cabaret, “Moods and Melodies: Favorites From The Great American Song Book.” The benefit will be held at The Chatham Synagogue/Netivot Torah on Saturday evening…

13 February 2018 10:05AM

Chatham High School is proud to present the musical theater classic “Anything Goes.” Set sail aboard the S.S. American, a luxury ocean liner en route from New York to London. This hilarious, tap-dancing production features Kenneth Fay as Billy Crocker, Ethan Mesick as Lord Evelyn…

12 February 2018 03:21PM
Elena Mosley

2018 – Bard is back!

Operation Unite Education and Cultural Arts Center is thrilled to announce the return of Building up Hudson with Bard College Tutoring and Mentor-ship Program.

Building up Hudson meets every Friday from 4-6pm at Operation Unite and is designed for high school…

12 February 2018 11:22AM

The Board of Education will host a public information session on a proposed capital improvement project for the Chatham Central School District. This public forum will take place Tuesday, February 13, 7:00 p.m. in the Chatham High School library, as part of the Board’s regular…

11 February 2018 01:04PM
Dan Udell

Here we are, on our 8th edition of the very popular HUDSON IS A SUMMER FESTIVAL booklet. And at the urging of Hudson Schools Superintendent Maria Suttmeier over the years, we are finally opening it up for advertising to help support the effort.

Click below to…

10 February 2018 02:16PM
Betsy Miller

wavefarm.org/archive/f3k8h6

Join the First Presbyterian Church in Hudson in supporting Syrian refugees. The Ketermaya camp in Lebanon houses 300 – more than half of whom are children. And the local church has been instrumental in helping supply them with needed fuel, food, educational tools, etc.…

10 February 2018 02:16PM
Betsy Miller

wavefarm.org/archive/f3k8h6

Join the First Presbyterian Church in Hudson in supporting Syrian refugees. The Ketermaya camp in Lebanon houses 300 – more than half of whom are children. And the local church has been instrumental in helping supply them with needed fuel, food, educational tools, etc.…

10 February 2018 02:16PM
Betsy Miller

wavefarm.org/archive/f3k8h6

Join the First Presbyterian Church in Hudson in supporting Syrian refugees. The Ketermaya camp in Lebanon houses 300 – more than half of whom are children. And the local church has been instrumental in helping supply them with needed fuel, food, educational tools, etc.…

6 February 2018 02:45PM

Colloquium 2018:
Making Art, Making Artists

Presentation will be held at
Columbia-Greene Community College
Thursday, March 1 at 7 p.m.
C-GCC Arts Center Theatre

SUNY C-GCC, The Olana Partnership, and The Thomas Cole National Historic Site proudly present Making Art, Making Artists: Mentoring from Cole and Church to Today.

This lively…

6 February 2018 02:45PM

Colloquium 2018:
Making Art, Making Artists

Presentation will be held at
Columbia-Greene Community College
Thursday, March 1 at 7 p.m.
C-GCC Arts Center Theatre

SUNY C-GCC, The Olana Partnership, and The Thomas Cole National Historic Site proudly present Making Art, Making Artists: Mentoring from Cole and Church to Today.

This lively…

6 February 2018 02:45PM

Colloquium 2018:
Making Art, Making Artists

Presentation will be held at
Columbia-Greene Community College
Thursday, March 1 at 7 p.m.
C-GCC Arts Center Theatre

SUNY C-GCC, The Olana Partnership, and The Thomas Cole National Historic Site proudly present Making Art, Making Artists: Mentoring from Cole and Church to Today.

This lively…

6 February 2018 02:45PM

Colloquium 2018:
Making Art, Making Artists

Presentation will be held at
Columbia-Greene Community College
Thursday, March 1 at 7 p.m.
C-GCC Arts Center Theatre

SUNY C-GCC, The Olana Partnership, and The Thomas Cole National Historic Site proudly present Making Art, Making Artists: Mentoring from Cole and Church to Today.

This lively…

 

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