Nar-Anon Family Meeting | Christ Our Emmanuel Lutheran Church | 06/19/2019
Weekly Nar-Anon Family Meeting
#recovery is for the family, not just the addict.
There is a weekly NarAnon meeting in Chatham – Every Wednesday 7pm at Christ our Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Chatham, NY (use side entrance) on Park Row in Chatham. The meetings are free, anonymous and everyone is welcome!
There is hope for all in recovery.
PLANT AND BAKE AND YARD SALE | Christ Our Emmanuel Lutheran Church | 06/19/2019
Weekly Nar-Anon Family Meeting
The First Presbyterian Church will host their annual plant and bake sale at the church on Saturday, May 16th.
In conjunction, Troop 114 will be holding a yard sale at the same times and location.
We are currently accepting donations of useful and useable goods for the yard sale – if you have any please call 755-2116 for more details on how to donate – THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
Christ Our Emmanuel Lutheran Church | 518-966-2775 | email@example.com | www.columbiapathwaystorecovery.org
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm | Credit cards not accepted | Not wheelchair accessible
Free to everyone
Wag! Wednesdays | Ooms Conservation Area | 06/19/2019
Wag! with CLC and your best friend!
Meet other local dog owners on these fun community walks! Well-behaved, leashed pups of all ages are welcome! Meet at the upper parking lot near the meadowlark sign!
Bindlestiff's Aerial Arts class for Teens at Morris Memorial, Chatham | Morris Memorial building | 06/19/2019
BINDLESTIFF’S INTRO TO AERIAL ARTS
Learn safe strengthening, conditioning, and skills on aerial trapeze, including moves based on strength, flexibility, and balance on and below the trapeze bar and in the ropes.
Pre-requisite: Participants must be able to perform a minimum of 2 pull-ups or chin ups.
Details: weekly classes focus on warm-up, skill practice on the ground and in the air, and conditioning.
Instructor: Bindlestiff Family Cirkus co-founder Stephanie Monseu began training and performing on trapeze in 1997. Since then, she’s performed and safely rigged multiple aerial acts, in venues ranging from nightclubs to outdoor festival stages.
Ages 12 and up (younger students accepted if prior circus or gymnastics experience)
Aerial students will present a performance in Bindlestiff’s Cirkus After School class recital on Wednesday December 17 at the Morris Memorial.
October 1, 8, 15, 29 (NO CLASS Oct 22)
November 5, 12, 19
December 3, 10, 17
$150 per student
$275 if registering two siblings
MINIMUM: 4 STUDENTS are necessary to run this class, registration required by September 29 phone 518-828-7470 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Morris Memorial building | 518-828-7470 | stephanie at bindlestiff dot org
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm | Credit cards not accepted | Not wheelchair accessible
$150 per student; sibling rate available
Cuddle Me Storytime | Chatham Public Library | 06/19/2019
Every Wednesday at 10:00 am, come to the library for CUDDLE ME Story Time. Our new program is geared for ages birth to 24 months. Join the fun with rhymes, music, and books! (Story time is on vacation the first week of June.)
Chatham Public Library | 518-392-3666 | www.chatham.lib.ny.us
10:30 am | Wheelchair accessible
The program is free and open to the public.
BEGINNER TAI CHI CLASSES | Morris Memorial Building | 06/19/2019
BEGINNER TAI CHI CLASSES
Tai Chi Chuan is a slow moving, meditative martial art that when practiced daily can improve balance, flexibility, self-awareness and stress reduction.
Morris Memorial Building | 518 392-2397 | email@example.com | www.hudsonvalleytaichi.com
10:00 am - 11:00 am | Credit cards not accepted | Not wheelchair accessible
$15 per class or $110 for ten weekly classes
CITV: STRAVINSKY’S DRAMATIC MASTERPIECE "THE SOLDIER’S TALE" – March 23 & 24 | Chatham Public Library | 06/19/2019
On March 23 and 24 Concerts in the Village (CITV) presents Igor Stravinsky’s dramatic masterpiece The Soldier’s Tale. The renowned Benjamin Luxon will narrate, joined by dancer Anni Crofut and the Broad Street Chamber Players. CITV Artistic Director David Smith will conduct.
Benjamin Luxon, one of Great Britain’s major international singers, appeared world-wide as a recital, concert and opera singer of striking musical and dramatic versatility. Luxon experienced a long career performing in Amsterdam, Brussels, Frankfurt, Milan, New York, Paris, Prague, Vienna, and elsewhere throughout the world. He made well over 100 recordings, from Early Music to Contemporary, and also formed a notable folk singing partnership with banjo player Bill Crofut. His work has always been graced with high musicality, honesty and very fine acting ability. Although retired from singing, Luxon continues to conduct master classes, direct opera, and perform and record the spoken word. David Smith comments, “To work on The Soldier’s Tale with Ben is to work with a legend, with passion, energy, personality and complete understanding brilliantly combined. And the generous spirit of this man is indelible. Our audiences will not forget their experience.”
The essential and very virtuosic instrumental component of the The Soldier’s Tale will be performed by the Broad Street Chamber Players, on this occasion seven outstanding principals drawn from CITV’s Broad Street Orchestra: Elizabeth Silver, John Babich, Paul Green, Cornelia McGiver, Eric Latini, William Meckley and Benjamin Harms.
Two performances: 4:00pm Saturday, March 23 and 2:00pm Sunday, March 24. Van Buren Hall, 6 Chatham Street (US Route 9) in Kinderhook. Van Buren Hall is accessible by lift.
Contribution $20. Students and children free. Limited seating; reservations strongly recommended. For further information and reservations: www.concertsinthevillage.org, or 518-758-6869.
CITV concerts are made possible by the generous support of many individual, institutional and business supporters, including the T. Backer Fund, CITV Emerging Singer Fund, Hudson River Bank and Trust Company Foundation, Eugene M. Lang Foundation, Price Chopper Golub Foundation, and Stewart’s Shops. Kinderhook Reformed Church is especially acknowledged for its many in-kind donations.
Mah Jongg | Chatham Public Library | 06/19/2019
Mondays and Wednesdays 10:15 am to 12:15 pm
Join the Mah Jongg renaissance! Players meet downstairs, beginners are welcome.