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Local food/farms
11 May 2021 09:13PM
IMBY

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that $13 million is available to support agricultural water quality conservation projects across the state. Administered by the state Department of Agriculture and Markets, the Agricultural Non-point Source Abatement and Control program provides farms with funding to plan or…

11 May 2021 09:13PM
IMBY

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that $13 million is available to support agricultural water quality conservation projects across the state. Administered by the state Department of Agriculture and Markets, the Agricultural Non-point Source Abatement and Control program provides farms with funding to plan or…

11 May 2021 04:43PM
Becky Meier

The Canaan Climate Smart Communities (CSC) Task Force held its first public event since being formed in December 2020. CSC Task Force member Wendy Dwyer helped to extend to Columbia County a composter and rain barrel sale that the Town of Bethlehem does each year.…

11 May 2021 01:40PM
Ellen Miller

columbiacountyrecoverykitchen.org/donations/make-a-donation-2/

When the pandemic shut down the restaurant world in mid-March 2020, chefs Jamie Parry of Swoon Kitchenbar and John Carr of Le Perche decided they would use their skills to cook for those in need. After an initial stint helping the Salvation Army, they were…

11 May 2021 11:16AM

www.aroundgtown.com

The Germantown Yard Sale is happening this weekend, May 15th from 9-4pm!
Over 50 Yards have registered to host sales, so come ready to shop. Head to www.aroundgtown.com to view the map and more info.

Germantown Yard Sale Highlights:

Germantown Garden Club Plant Sale…

8 May 2021 05:46PM
Sophie Newsome

The Cooper’s Daughter Spirits Cocktail Garden is open every weekend for spirit tastings, hot drinks, signature cocktails, beer, wine, and cider. The distillery is also open daily for curbside pick up for bottles of bourbon, whiskey, vodka, liqueur, and bottled cocktails. Pre-order here:

8 May 2021 05:46PM
Sophie Newsome

The Cooper’s Daughter Spirits Cocktail Garden is open every weekend for spirit tastings, hot drinks, signature cocktails, beer, wine, and cider. The distillery is also open daily for curbside pick up for bottles of bourbon, whiskey, vodka, liqueur, and bottled cocktails. Pre-order here:

8 May 2021 05:46PM
Sophie Newsome

The Cooper’s Daughter Spirits Cocktail Garden is open every weekend for spirit tastings, hot drinks, signature cocktails, beer, wine, and cider. The distillery is also open daily for curbside pick up for bottles of bourbon, whiskey, vodka, liqueur, and bottled cocktails. Pre-order here:

8 May 2021 05:46PM
Sophie Newsome

The Cooper’s Daughter Spirits Cocktail Garden is open every weekend for spirit tastings, hot drinks, signature cocktails, beer, wine, and cider. The distillery is also open daily for curbside pick up for bottles of bourbon, whiskey, vodka, liqueur, and bottled cocktails. Pre-order here:

8 May 2021 03:38PM
Ralph Gardner Jr.

GHENT, N.Y. — Getting out of bed first thing last Sunday morning to feed a bunch of hungry goats might not sound like a blessing. In Angela Miller’s case, it is.

Everything had been going well in the fall of 2019 — the goat and cow…

8 May 2021 03:38PM
Ralph Gardner Jr.

GHENT, N.Y. — Getting out of bed first thing last Sunday morning to feed a bunch of hungry goats might not sound like a blessing. In Angela Miller’s case, it is.

Everything had been going well in the fall of 2019 — the goat and cow…

8 May 2021 02:28PM
Mark Scherzer

It’s the little things that get you. The pebble in your shoe. The thorn under your fingernail. The sentence in that document you missed on first reading that changes the meaning of everything.

On those nights when I awake and sleeplessly review in my mind the…

7 May 2021 04:42PM
Ellen Miller

columbiacountyrecoverykitchen.org/donate/

Would you like to get involved with Recovery Kitchen? We cook and deliver nearly 900 meals a week to those in need throughout Columbia County. We need some help assisting the staff in clean up duties (general cleanup and mopping; the kitchen staff do the…

7 May 2021 12:04PM
Gina Hyams

www.spencertownacademy.org

Spencertown, New York–Spencertown Academy Arts Center Hidden Gardens Virtual Lecture Series presents a talk by Ron and Jennifer Kujawski titled “Vegetable Garden Planted: Now What?” on Saturday, June 19 at 4:00pm via Zoom. The lecture will be followed by a Q&A with participants. Tickets are…

6 May 2021 12:18PM

Come join us this Saturday, May 8th, from 12pm-3pm. We will have savory and sweet baked goods and plants to help you celebrate Mother’s Day!

We are located at 5219 County Rd 7, Spencertown, NY 12165 (Across the street from Austerlitz Town Hall.)

This event will help…

6 May 2021 09:52AM

Chatham Public Library’s Authors & Artists series presents local author Ellen Kanner, who will read excerpts from her book, “Feeding the Hungry Ghost: Life, Faith and What to Eat for Dinner” on Saturday, May 8 at 3:30 p.m. This talk will be presented online, contact…

5 May 2021 01:54PM
Emily Sachar

Does Red Hook really need another breakfast spot — especially one selling fattening donuts? The issue was bound to surface for Mighty Donuts, a proposed vintage diner donut shop on Broadway south of the village.

And at this week’s Planning Board meeting, a business owner and…

5 May 2021 07:47AM

U.S. Representative Antonio Delgado (NY-19) visited Red Hook, Milton, and Ellenville to speak with farmers, local elected officials, and small business owners about COVID-19 relief. The Congressman highlighted American Rescue Plan provisions to support farmers and producers, local governments, our tourism industry, and small businesses.

5 May 2021 07:47AM

U.S. Representative Antonio Delgado (NY-19) visited Red Hook, Milton, and Ellenville to speak with farmers, local elected officials, and small business owners about COVID-19 relief. The Congressman highlighted American Rescue Plan provisions to support farmers and producers, local governments, our tourism industry, and small businesses.

4 May 2021 04:11PM
Claverack Library

Presented by Zero Waste Columbia

Co-sponsored by Climate Smart Communities of Austerlitz and Claverack and Columbia County Library Association

Thursday, May 6, 2021 | 6:30 PM via Zoom

For more information please contact: ZeroWasteColumbia@gmail.com

Jean Bonhotal, Cornell Waste Management, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences will…

4 May 2021 04:06PM
Claverack Library

May through October 2021

5:00 PM to 7:30 PM Claverack Library Lawn

Take out or personal picnic gear only.

Wednesday, May 5, 2021 ~ This and That Food Truck

Wednesday, May 12, 2021 ~ This and That Food Truck

Wednesday, May 19, 2021 ~ This and That Food…

4 May 2021 03:01PM
Ellen Miller

columbiacountyrecoverykitchen.org/donations/make-a-donation-2/

“Delivering food for Recovery Kitchen is reminiscent of when someone new moved into the neighborhood and you brought them a casserole to welcome them,” says Priscilla Woolworth. A “Green Pioneer” who came to Columbia County by way of California, she runs an eco-friendly online store…

4 May 2021 10:26AM
Sadhana Center for Yoga

Saturday, May 8 via Zoom

Yoga – 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM
Workshop – 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM

Yoga + Workshop: $30
Workshop Only: $25

For all of us struggling with food, this workshop will offer a simple recipe for a delicious meal in a friendly and supportive atmosphere.…

4 May 2021 09:55AM

Just in time for Mother’s Day, opening day of the Kinderhook Farmers’ Market is this Saturday, May 8, from 8:30am to 12:30pm.

KINDERHOOK VILLAGE SQUARE – ROUTE 9 & HUDSON STREET

SPECIALS AT THE MARKET FOR THE MOTHERS IN YOUR LIFE:
Tulip and mixed bouquets from Damsel…

3 May 2021 09:09PM
IMBY

www.sba.gov/funding-programs/loans/covid-19-relief-options/restaurant-revitalization-fund

Springfield, MA – Congressman Richard E. Neal, Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Massachusetts District Director Robert Nelson, Springfield Regional Chamber President Nancy Creed, and Springfield Business Improvement District Executive Director Chris Russell joined together on Monday to mark the opening of the application process for the…

 

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