Please confirm all dates and times with sponsors. Not to mention, typos can really ruin your day. Also, some events have fees, so check.

 

June

Thursday/June 1

Own It! Entrepreneurial Women’s Conference. Register Now! The Darlene L. Pfeiffer Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at SUNY Ulster and the NYS SBDC (NYS Small Business Development Center) conference for women entrepreneurs and dream-to-be entrepreneurs. Learn from regional experts who will provide actionable advice, information and ideas you can use to grow your business. Conference serves both small business owners ready to grow their businesses, as well as start-up stage entrepreneurs. Two tracks of workshops for these two audiences. Advance Reg, $48 or $65 at the door
www.sunyulster.edu/ownit. email:ownit@sunyulster.edu/845-688-6041 /SUNY Ulster College Lounge /491 Cottekill Rd./Stone Ridge, NY 12484

Saturday/June 3

Friends of Historic Saugerties: Myles Putman: “Unearthing the Hidden History of Modern Highways (Research Adventures on the Road Less Traveled)”Friends of Historic Saugerties monthly presentation: Saturdays at 2 pm All talks are free and open to anyone interested in history.
Community Room of the Saugerties Public Library at 19 Washington, Ave./Saugerties.

Saturday/June 3

Wild Saturday Program: Inside The Honeybee Colony. Ralph Garofolo, a beekeeper with a deep interest and study of honey bees, will share his experience, insight, and his deep concern for their well-being. 1pm.
Woodchuck Lodge/1633 Burroughs Memorial Rd/ Roxbury, NY 12474/woodchucklodge.org

Saturday/June 3

WILDERSTEIN HISTORIC SITE. 4th Outdoor Sculpture Biennial OPENING PARTY from 5 to 7pm. Eighteen amazing sculptures gracing Wilderstein’s landscape by a diverse group of Hudson Valley artists. Curated by FRANC PALAIA, work on display encompasses a wide range of styles and mediums. Tickets are $25 pp. The show will be open to the public daily, 9am to 4pm, June 3 through October 31.
For reservations, call 845.876.4818

Saturday/June 3

CRAFT MARKET WALK: Art. Food. Drink. Music. You. Event inspired by the artisans and craftsmanship in and around Gardiner. Peruse a one mile Craft Market Walk stretching from the Gardiner Library, to the Farmer’s Market Grounds, across the Gardiner Rail Trail and onto the Yard Owl Craft Brewery! Handmade jewelry, vintage furniture, all-natural skincare, herbal remedies, farmhouse pottery, up-cycled clothing, small batch spirits, craft beer, local wine and all-day music, raffles and activities all along the way. Family-friendly and we encourage all ages to join festivities. 12:30-4:30
Village of Gardiner, Main Street/845-337-9987 lacephotomedia@gmail.com/www.gabny.com

Sat & Sun/June 3 & June 4

Gardiner Open Studio Tour (GOST)- Summer 2017 10 am to 6 pm. More than 20 studios. (GOST) – an artists’ collaborative – opens their studio doors to give you a rare look ‘behind the scenes.’ On this free, self-guided tour you’ll meet these talented artists in their workspaces, experience demonstrations of their art or craft, share their philosophies and observe their techniques. Download a tour map at http://www.gostartists.org.
Contact info Liz Glover Wilson- visit http://www.gostartists.org, 845-419-5219

Sunday, June 4

“In John Burroughs’ Front Yard,” Gala woods benefit, Noon to 3:00pm
Cabin tours, nature walks, music, farm to table luncheon
JohnBurroughsAssociation.org

Sunday/ June 4

Seasonal Grand Opening Hours are Friday to Monday, 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM. The featured exhibit for 2017 will be Outstanding Women of Esopus: Sojourner Truth, Saint Mother Cabrini, and Hilda W. Smith.
The Klyne Esopus Museum, 764 Broadway (Rte. 9W) in Ulster Park, NY/845-338-8109/ klyneesopusmuseum.us/

Sunday/June 4

5th Annual Kingston Multi-Cultural Festival hosted by the Reher Center for Immigrant Culture & History at the Rondout. Yummy international foods as well as music and dance performances representing area ethnic groups. FREE. , 1:00-5:00pm
Broadway/Rondout

Monday, June 5

UCJF Annual Meeting, Awards & Scholarship Presentations.7:00-9:30pm
One Albany Ave. G-10/Kingston, info@ucjf.org; www.ucjf.org/845-338-8131

Monday/June 5

Town of Lloyd Historical Society Program: Tom Lake presents a program on the rebound of the American Eagle along the Hudson River. Lake is a known naturalist, author, speaker, and researcher who compiles and comments on Hudson River Almanac, a free email detailing sightings of interesting flora and fauna along the river. To join this list email TRLake7@aol.com. Free refreshments and program. 7pm.
Building #6/Vineyard Commons/300 Vineyard Avenue/Highland/info: 845-255-7742

Tuesday/June 6

Got your tickets? 2017 Ulster County Executive’s Arts Awards. 6:00 p.m. Cocktails and Silent Auction. 7:00 p.m. Seated Dessert and Awards Presentation
Saugerties Performing Arts Factory/169 Ulster Avenue, Saugerties,

Tuesday/June 6

Lakeside Licks Bike Night. 6-9pm. Also mini golf and ice-cream.
288 Route 299/Highland/845-691-7080

Thursday/June 8

Lakeside Licks Cruise Night. 6-9pm. Also mini golf and ice-cream.
288 Route 299/Highland/845-691-7080

Saturday, June 10

SUMMER AT SLABSIDES, Breeding Birds of the Nature Sanctuary, led by Mark DeDea, JBNHS, 8:00 – 12:00 am, Cabin open 12:00pm – 4:00pm
JohnBurroughsAssociation.org

Saturday/June 10

Early Morning Bird Walks 7am-9am. Join Mohonk Preserve Conservation Science staff. Bring binoculars (a few pairs will be available on a first come first served basis). Program includes a 1-2 mile walk. Registration required. Free for Preserve members. Non-members receive a complimentary day pass at their first walk. Non-members are welcome to join for the series but will be required to purchase a day pass ($15).
(845) 255-0919/Mohonk Preserve P.O. Box 715 New Paltz/mohonkpreserve.org

Saturday, June 10

Possible Slide Mt. hike, Bicknell’s Thrush event. Website for details.
JohnBurroughsAssociation.org

Saturday/June 10

Rhinebeck Cemetery, Meet Some of Rhinebeck’s Famous Former Residents as you Tour the Cemetery, A Joint Program with the Friends of Rhinebeck Cemetery. Historian Steven Mann will take us on a tour of the cemetery where you will meet residents such as Daisy Suckley, Deborah Dows, Laura Delano and Levi P. Morton, among others, who will tell you stories about their lives. Details to follow. Reception to follow at the Kane Barn.2:00pm
Rhinebeck Cemetary and Kane Barn at 54 Mill Rd./Rhinebeck

Saturday/June 10

Mohonk Preserve Annual Benefit Auction. 5:00PM. Join us for one of the premier events of the season. Experience breathtaking views at the Ice Skating Pavilion at Mohonk Mountain House. Enjoy a delicious dinner and bid to win adventure trips and other exciting auction items to support Preserve programs!.Buy your ticket today!
(845) 255-0919/Mohonk Preserve P.O. Box 715

Saturday/June 10

Locust Lawn presents: Preserving our Liberty: Citizens and Citizen Soldiers in 1830. Militia muster with firing demonstrations, political debates, and many other demos for the whole family. From 11 to 5.
Locust Lawn museum (436 Route 32 South in Gardiner NY) www.facebook.com/LocustLawn for the latest info.

Saturday/June 10

Walkway Over the Hudson Think DIFFERENTLY Dash. The Dutchess County ThinkDIFFERENTLY initiative aims to empower local residents with physical and developmental disabilities, their families and caregivers. $10. Free T-shirt guaranteed to advance registrants. Children encouraged to participate. 10 AM Race starts/ends on Main Street.
Poughkeepsi/. 845-454-9649/ walkway@walkway.org aarias@walkway.org/ walkwaymarathon.org/think-differently-dash

Saturday/June 10

House & Barn Preservation Expo, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm. Historic Red Hook’s annual free “info fair” about how to preserve, restore and re-use your old house, barns or outbuildings. Hands-on demonstrations, presentations, and useful takeaways. Drop by with your questions and photos for “show and tell” with the experts – experienced artisans, designers, planners and preservationists. No reservations required.
845-758-1920, historicredhook.org, info@historicredhook.org/Elmendorph Inn, 7562 North Broadway (Rt. 9), Red Hook

Saturday/June 10

Mohonk Preserve Annual Benefit Auction. 5:00PM. Join us for one of the premier events of the season. Experience breathtaking views at the Ice Skating Pavilion at Mohonk Mountain House. Enjoy a delicious dinner and bid to win adventure trips and other exciting auction items to support Preserve programs!.Buy your ticket today!
(845) 255-0919/Mohonk Preserve P.O. Box 715 New Paltz, N.Y. 12561

Sunday/June 11

Campaign fundraiser featuring bagels and Batsheva Bodega, acclaimed Israeli-American performer at Temple Israel in Catskill, held jointly with the Jewish Federation of NE, NY. Requested donation: $25., 11am
One Albany Ave., G-10/ Kingston, NY 12401 info@ucjf.org; www.ucjf.org/845-338-8131

Sunday/June 11

Marathon, Half Marathon, and 5K Races to benefit Walkway Over the Hudson. Three flat, fast and scenic races on the world’s longest linear park and rail trails in Dutchess and Ulster Counties. Marathon abides by eco-friendly race blueprint outlined by Athletes for a Fit Planet. Contact Walkway for prices and route updates. 6:45 AM.
Marist College Campus/3399 North Road, Poughkeepsie/ 845-454-9649/ aarias@walkway.org events@walkway.org/ walwaymarathon.org

Sunday/June 11

Robi Josephson presents “Enterprise & Courage: The Civil War Years at Lake Mohonk,” 2 p.m. Refreshments. Free for members, $3 for non-members. Sales of Robi’s books benefit the Museum.
Time and the Valleys Museum, 332 Main St. Grahamsville, NY 12740, 845-985-7700.

Tuesday/June 13

Fundraiser for The Danny Schlosser Family. In 2008 Daniel Schlosser died tragically after being struck by lighting. Dan left behind a wife and three children. He worked for GAP INC, and they are hosting a fund raiser in Dan’s honor. Looking for raffle items tee sponsors. If you you can help, please email me. If you wish to sponsor the TEE I can send you the information. Thank you in advance.
Michelle Hartman/michellehartman817@gmail.com,

Tuesday/June 13

Lakeside Licks Bike Night. 6-9pm. Also mini golf and ice-cream.
288 Route 299/Highland/845-691-7080

Fri & Sat/July14 & 15

“Pride & Prejudice,” based on Jane Austen’s novel about 5 sisters in England whose lives are turned upside down when a wealthy young man & his best friend (Mr. Darcy) arrive in their neighborhood. Directed by David Rubenstein. $20, with $18 for seniors 62 & over and children 12 and under. Handicapped accessible w/help.. 7:30 p.m.
reservations: 845-331-2476/www.coachhouseplayers.org. Coach House Players/12 Augusta St./ Kingston.

Thursday/June 15

Lakeside Licks Cruise Night. 6-9pm. Also mini golf and ice-cream.
288 Route 299/Highland/845-691-7080

Sat and Sun, June 17-18

Path Through History Weekend. History comes alive across New York State at special events during 2017’s first Path Through History Weekend. Hudson Valley events include Saugerties Lighthouse Tour, D&H Canal Locks Tour at High Falls, Bannerman Island Tour, and many more. For full events list or to register an event, go online to:
paththroughhistory.iloveny.com

Saturday/June 17

48th Annual Strawberry Festival, Noon-3:00 PM, Museum grounds, rain or shine.
845-338-8109 /763 Broadway/Ulster Park klyneesopusmuseum.us KlyneEsopusMuseumHistorical@gmail.com

Sunday/June 18

Dog Days of Summer Hike. 10am-12noon. Join Andrew Bajardi, Mohonk Preserve Chief Ranger and bring your favorite furry friend along today for a romp through the Northern Preserve! All well-behaved dogs on short leashes welcome. Be sure to bring plenty of water for yourself and your pet. Children ages 10 and up are welcome. Children must always be accompanied by an adult. This program includes a moderate, 4-mile hike. Meet at Binnewater Rd Rail Trail parking area in Rosendale. This is a free program.
(845) 255-0919/Mohonk Preserve P.O. Box 715 New Paltz/mohonkpreserve.org

Sunday/June 18

8th Annual New Paltz Challenge, sponsored by the New Paltz Regional Chamber of Commerce.Half-Marathon, Family 5K, Kid’s 1-mile Fun Run. Courses with stunning mountain, river, and farmland views. Kids run on rail trail. Age-group prizes, post-race refreshments, flat courses. All half-marathon finishers receive medals. Contact Chamber for times, prices, and registration information.
845-255-0243/ info@newpaltzchamber.org/ newpaltzchamber.org/new-paltz-challenge-run.html

Tuesday/June 20

Lakeside Licks Bike Night. 6-9pm. Also mini golf and ice-cream.
288 Route 299/Highland/845-691-7080

Thursday/June 22

Lakeside Licks Cruise Night. 6-9pm. Also mini golf and ice-cream.
288 Route 299/Highland/845-691-7080

Friday/June 23

Maverick Concerts presents acclaimed contemporary music ETHEL quartet’s creative experimental concert in synchrony with the Kate McLoughlin Exhibit. Art Talk and meet and greet with the performers. Free and open to the public. 8pm.
Event location: Woodstock Artists Association & Museum/28 Tinker Street/Woodstock/ maverickconcerts.org. Sponsor: kitt.potter@maverickconcerts.org/120 Maverick Road/Woodstock /845.679.8217/www.maverickconcerts.org

Sunday/June 25

Miró Quartet performs classical music. www.miroquartet.com/. General Ad. $30 Reserved Seating $55 Students $5. 4 pm
120 Maverick Road/Woodstock/845.679.8217 /www.maverickconcerts.org
Tuesday/June 27
Lakeside Licks Bike Night. 6-9pm. Also mini golf and ice-cream.
288 Route 299/Highland/845-691-7080

Thursday/June 29

Lakeside Licks Cruise Night. 6-9pm. Also mini golf and ice-cream.
288 Route 299/Highland/845-691-7080

July

Saturday/July 1

Wild Saturday:Wildlife Near Home
Mairead Mulhern, Environmental Educator from Mine Kill and Mac V. Shaul State Parks will discuss local wildlife found in Upstate New York. Come take a look at various pelts, skulls, and feathers that are from local animals found in your county!
Woodchuck Lodge/1633 Burroughs Memorial Rd/ Roxbury, NY 12474/woodchucklodge.org

Saturday/July 1

Arturo O’Farrill Quintet performs a concert designed for children in grades K-6.
http://www.arturoofarrill.com/
Under 16 Free. Adults $5 each at the door. 11am.
120 Maverick Road/Woodstock/845.679.8217 /www.maverickconcerts.org

Saturday/July 1

Arturo O’Farrill Quintet:www.arturoofarrill.com/. Grammy award winning Afro-Cuban Jazz legend artfully blends textures and rhythms of South America and the Caribbean. General Admission $30 Reserved Seating $55 Students $5 .8 pm
120 Maverick Road/Woodstock/845.679.8217 /www.maverickconcerts.org

Sunday/July 2

Escher String Quartet performs classical music. escherquartet.com/#home-1. General Admission $30 Reserved Seating $55 Students $ 5. 4 pm
120 Maverick Road/Woodstock/845.679.8217 /www.maverickconcerts.org

Tuesday/July 4

Lakeside Licks Bike Night. 6-9pm. Also mini golf and ice-cream.
288 Route 299/Highland/845-691-7080

Thursday/July 6

Lakeside Licks Cruise Night. 6-9pm. Also mini golf and ice-cream.
288 Route 299/Highland/845-691-7080

FRIDAY/July 7

Maverick Prodigies, The Ladles perform Swing, Old-Time, Neo-Soul, and Chorale. www.theladles.com. Under 16 – Free. Students – $5; Adults – $10 at the door. 8pm.
120 Maverick Road/Woodstock/845.679.8217 /www.maverickconcerts.org

Fri & Sat/July 7, 8

“Pride & Prejudice,” based on Jane Austen’s novel about 5 sisters in England whose lives are turned upside down when a wealthy young man (Mr. Bingly) and his best friend (Mr. Darcy) arrive in their neighborhood. Directed by David Rubenstein. $20, with $18 for seniors 62 & over and children 12 and under. Theater is andicapped accessible with assistance. 7:30 p.m.
reservations: 845-331-2476/www.coachhouseplayers.org. Coach House

Saturday/July 8

Spektral Quartet performs classical music. www.spektralquartet.com/. General Admission $25 Reserved Seating $45 Students $5. 8pm.
Mavrick Concerts/120 Maverick Road/Woodstock/845.679.8217/www.maverickconcerts.org

Saturday, July 8

Early Morning Bird Walks 7am-9am. Join Mohonk Preserve Conservation Science staff on an early morning bird walk. Bring binoculars (a few pairs will be available on a first come first served basis). Program includes a 1-2 mile walk. Registration required. Free for Mohonk Preserve members. Non-members receive a complimentary day pass at their first walk. Non-members are welcome to join for the series but will be required to purchase a day pass ($15).
(845) 255-0919/Mohonk Preserve P.O. Box 715 New Paltz/mohonkpreserve.org

Sunday/ July 9

“Pride & Prejudice,” based on Jane Austen’s novel about 5 sisters in England whose lives are turned upside down when a wealthy young man (Mr. Bingly) and his best friend (Mr. Darcy) arrive in their neighborhood. Directed by David Rubenstein. $20, with $18 for seniors 62 & over and children 12 and under. Theater is andicapped accessible with assistance. 2 p.m.
reservations: 845-331-2476/www.coachhouseplayers.org. Coach House Players/12 Augusta St./Kingston

Sunday/ July 9

Chiara String Quartet performs classical music. www.chiaraquartet.net/
General Admission $25 Reserved Seating $45 Students $5. Starts 4 pm
Mavrick Concerts/120 Maverick Road/Woodstock/845.679.8217/www.maverickconcerts.org

Tuesday/July 11

Lakeside Licks Bike Night. 6-9pm. Also mini golf and ice-cream.
288 Route 299/Highland/845-691-7080

Thursday/July 13

Lakeside Licks Cruise Night. 6-9pm. Also mini golf and ice-cream.
288 Route 299/Highland/845-691-7080 Players/12 Augusta St./ Kingston.

Fri & Sat/July14 & 15

“Pride & Prejudice,” based on Jane Austen’s novel about 5 sisters in England whose lives are turned upside down when a wealthy young man (Mr. Bingly) and his best friend (Mr. Darcy) arrive in their neighborhood. Directed by David Rubenstein. $20, with $18 for seniors 62 & over and children 12 and under. Handicapped accessible with assistance. 7:30 p.m.
reservations: 845-331-2476/www.coachhouseplayers.org. Coach House Players/12 Augusta St./ Kingston.

Saturday/July 15

Event Description: Jazz at the Maverick. Bill Charlap Trio: www.billcharlap.com/. General Admission $30 Reserved Seating $55 Students $5. 8 pm
120 Maverick Road/Woodstock/845.679.8217 /www.maverickconcerts.org

Sunday/July16

“Pride & Prejudice,” based on Jane Austen’s novel about 5 sisters in England whose lives are turned upside down when a wealthy young man (Mr. Bingly) and his best friend (Mr. Darcy) arrive in their neighborhood. Directed by David Rubenstein. $20, with $18 for seniors 62 & over and children 12 and under. Theater is andicapped accessible with assistance. 2 p.m.
reservations: 845-331-2476/www.coachhouseplayers.org. Coach House Players/12 Augusta St./Kingston

Sunday/July 16

Parker Quartet performs classical music. www.parkerquartet.com/. General Ad. $25 Reserved Seating $45 Students $5. 4pm.
120 Maverick Road/Woodstock/845.679.8217 /www.maverickconcerts.org

Tuesday/July 18

Lakeside Licks Bike Night. 6-9pm. Also mini golf and ice-cream.
288 Route 299/Highland/845-691-7080

Thursday/July 20

Lakeside Licks Cruise Night. 6-9pm. Also mini golf and ice-cream.
288 Route 299/Highland/845-691-7080

Saturday/July 22

Actors and Writers. A staged reading of the 1938 Paul Osbourne play “Mornings At Seven.” Maverick Tickets are not valid. Admission is by donation at the door. 7pm.
120 Maverick Road/Woodstock/845.679.8217 /www.maverickconcerts.org

Saturday/July 22

Robi Josephson, “Enterprise & Courage: The Civil War Years at Lake Mohonk,” 4:30 p.m. Donations gratefully accepted. Refreshments. Sales of books benefit the Society.
Cragsmoor Historical Society, 349 Cragsmoor Road, off Route 52. Cragsmoor, NY 12420 (next to the Cragsmoor Library), 845-647-3245.

Tuesday/July 25

Lakeside Licks Bike Night. 6-9pm. Also mini golf and ice-cream.
288 Route 299/Highland/845-691-7080

Thursday/July 27

Lakeside Licks Cruise Night. 6-9pm. Also mini golf and ice-cream.
288 Route 299/Highland/845-691-7080

Saturday/July 29

Jazz at the Maverick. Eldar Djangirov Trio. eldarmusic.com General Admission $25 Reserved Seating $45 Students $5. 8pm.
120 Maverick Road/Woodstock/845.679.8217 /www.maverickconcerts.org

Sunday/July 30

Trio Con Brio Copenhagen performs classical music. 4 pm. www.trioconbrio.dk. General Admission $25 Reserved Seating $45 Students $5
120 Maverick Road/Woodstock/845.679.8217 /www.maverickconcerts.org

August

Tuesday/August 1

Lakeside Licks Bike Night. 6-9pm. Also mini golf and ice-cream.
288 Route 299/Highland/845-691-7080

Thursday/August 3

Lakeside Licks Cruise Night. 6-9pm. Also mini golf and ice-cream.
288 Route 299/Highland/845-691-7080′

Saturday/August 5

Wild Saturday: An Observational Hiker (Like John Burroughs). Paul Misko, founder of THE CATSKILL 4000 CLUB gives talks and writes articles on Catskill history, John Burroughs, and hikes. His talk on “Observational Hiking”-something John Burroughs encouraged whenever outdoors. Paul provides a multi-media presentation of his hiking discoveries enhanced by his relevant anecdotes. 1pm.
Woodchuck Lodge/1633 Burroughs Memorial Rd/ Roxbury, NY 12474/woodchucklodge.org

Saturday/August 5

Steve Gorn & Friends perform Indian Ragas. General Ad. $25 Reserved Seating $45 Students $5. 8pm
120 Maverick Road/Woodstock/845.679.8217 /www.maverickconcerts.org

Saturday/August 5

Speaker TBA. “Friends of Historic Saugerties presentation: Saturdays 2 pm Talks are free &d open to anyone interested in history.
Community Room of the Saugerties Public Library at 19 Washington, Ave., Saugerties.

Sunday/August 6

Dover Quartet performs classical music. http://www.doverquartet.com/
General Admission $25 Reserved Seating $45 Students $5. 4pm.
120 Maverick Road/Woodstock/845.679.8217 /www.maverickconcerts.org

Monday/August 7

SummerDance on Tour World Dance & Music Concert, and Community Swing and Folk Dance, Our dancers and Company Members perform a site specific piece at Opus 40, the monumental sculpture park. Bring a picnic. Gates open at 4, Concert at 5. $15.
(845) 256-9300, vanavercaravan.org, vcoffice@vanavercaravan.org, Opus 40, Saugerties

Tuesday/August 8

Lakeside Licks Bike Night. 6-9pm. Also mini golf and ice-cream.
288 Route 299/Highland/845-691-7080

Thursday/August 10

Lakeside Licks Cruise Night. 6-9pm. Also mini golf and ice-cream.
288 Route 299/Highland/845-691-7080

Saturday/August 12

Young People’s Concert. Harlem Quartet performs a concert designed for children in grades K-6. harlemquartet.com/. 11 am
Under 16 – Free. Adults – $5 each at the door.120 Maverick Road/Woodstock/845.679.8217 /www.maverickconcerts.org/At Kleinert James Center for the Arts/34 Tinker Street /Woodstock

Saturday/August 12

Early Morning Bird Walks 7am-9am with Preserve Science staff.Beginners welcome. Bring binoculars (a few pairs will be available on a first come first served basis). 1-2 mile walk. Reg. required. Free for members. Non-members get free day pass at first walk. Day fee for non members: $15.
(845) 255-0919/Mohonk Preserve P.O. Box 715 New Paltz/mohonkpreserve.org

Saturday/August 12

Nexus performs a concert of Contemporary Percussion. www.nexuspercussion.com/members/garry-kvistad/. General Admission $30 Reserved Seating $55 Students $5. 6pm.
120 Maverick Road/Woodstock/845.679.8217 /www.maverickconcerts.org

Sunday/August 13

Harlem Quartet performs classical music./www.harlemquartet.com/
General Admission $25 Reserved Seating $45 Students $5. 4pm
120 Maverick Road/Woodstock/845.679.8217 /www.maverickconcerts.org

Tuesday/August 15

Lakeside Licks Bike Night. 6-9pm. Also mini golf and ice-cream.
288 Route 299/Highland/845-691-7080

Thursday/August 17

Lakeside Licks Cruise Night. 6-9pm. Also mini golf and ice-cream.
288 Route 299/Highland/845-691-7080

Saturday/August 19

Actors and Writers. “Brand New Shorts,” a program of short plays written by company members. Admission is by donation. Maverick tickets are not valid. 7 pm
120 Maverick Road/Woodstock/845.679.8217 /www.maverickconcerts.org

Sunday/August 20

Amernet String Quartet with Ran Dank on piano performs classical music. www.amernetquartet.com/. General Admission $25 Reserved Seating $45 Students $5. 4pm.
120 Maverick Road/Woodstock/845.679.8217 /www.maverickconcerts.org

Tuesday/August 22

Lakeside Licks Bike Night. 6-9pm. Also mini golf and ice-cream.
288 Route 299/Highland/845-691-7080

Thursday/August 24

Lakeside Licks Cruise Night. 6-9pm. Also mini golf and ice-cream.
288 Route 299/Highland/845-691-7080

Fri. & Sat./ Aug. 25 & 26

Variety Show. Directed by Barbara Jones,”The 50’s.” $20, with $18 for seniors 62 and over and children 12 and under. Theater is air-conditioned and handicapped accessible with assistance. at 7:30 p.m.
Reservations: 845-331-2476/www.coachhouseplayers.org. Coach House Players/12 Augusta St./Kingston

Saturday/August 26

Chamber Orchestra Concert: “Remembrances.” Alexander Platt, conductor. Maria Jette, soprano. Emmanuel Feldman, cello. Members of the AUREA Ensemble. Maverick Chamber Players. General Admission $30 Reserved Seating $55 Students $5. 6 pm
120 Maverick Road/Woodstock/845.679.8217 /www.maverickconcerts.org

Sunday/August 27

TRIO SOLISTI performs classical music. www.triosolisti.com/ General Admission $25 Reserved Seating $45 Students $5. 4 pm
120 Maverick Road/Woodstock/845.679.8217 /www.maverickconcerts.org

Sunday/August 27

Variety Show. Directed by Barbara Jones,”The 50’s.” $20, with $18 for seniors 62 and over and children 12 and under. Theater is air-conditioned and handicapped accessible with assistance. at At 2:00 p.m
eservations: 845-331-2476/www.coachhouseplayers.org. Coach House Players/12 Augusta St./Kingston

Tuesday/August 29

Lakeside Licks Bike Night. 6-9pm. Also mini golf and ice-cream.
288 Route 299/Highland/845-691-7080

September

Saturday/September 2

Wild Saturday. Face To Face With Raptors, Annie Mardiney, federally licensed wildlife rehabilitator, shares her deep passion by bringing hawks, owls, and falcons to Woodchuck Lodge. Come meet them face to face! 1pm.
Woodchuck Lodge/1633 Burroughs Memorial Rd/ Roxbury, NY 12474/woodchucklodge.org

Saturday/September 2

Jazz at the Maverick. Karl Berger and the Creative Music Studio.www.karlbeger.org/
General Admission $25 Reserved Seating $45 Students $5. 8pm
120 Maverick Road/Woodstock/845.679.8217 /www.maverickconcerts.org

Sunday/September 3

Concert for the Friends of Maverick. Horszowski Trio performs classical music..www.besenarts.com/horszowski/. Admission is by contribution only. A donor of $50 receives one invitation; a donor of $100 or more receives two. Regular Maverick tickets are not valid for this event. 4pm.
120 Maverick Road/Woodstock/845.679.8217 /www.maverickconcerts.org

Tuesday/September 4

Lakeside Licks Bike Night. 6-9pm. Also mini golf and ice-cream.
288 Route 299/Highland/845-691-7080

Thursday/September 7

Lakeside Licks Cruise Night. 6-9pm. Also mini golf and ice-cream.
288 Route 299/Highland/845-691-7080

Thursday/September 7

Evening. Fall for Art – 21st annual juried art show, sale & cocktail reception benefitting area charities & featuring local artists. Deadline for artists submissions, April 30. 2017 Special Recipient: The Kingston Library.
www.fallforart.org./845-338-8131 for details/ucjf.org

Saturday/September 9

Speaker to be announced. “Friends of Historic Saugerties monthly presentation: Saturdays at 2 pm All talks are free and open to anyone interested in history.
Community Room Saugerties Public Library /19 Washington, Ave./Saugerties.

Saturday/September 9

The Drum Boogie Festival is a FREE multi-cultural music event, celebrating the diverse styles of music/dance/voice from around the world including Jazz, Reggae, Contemporary, East Indian, Caribbean and African styles. Renowned musicians such as Jack DeJohnette, NEXUS, The Big Takeover Reggae Band, Beatbox House, NYU Steel and more! 11am-8pm You don’t have to love Drums to LOVE DRUM BOOGIE. Food trucks to serve you.. From tie-dye to henna tattoos we have your family fun covered! Bring a lawn chair or blanket and stay for the day.
Andy Lee Field/Woodstock, NY/ drumbogiefestival.com Fatimah@chimes.comy

Saturday/September 9

Early Morning Bird Walks 7am-9am. Join Mohonk Preserve Conservation Science staff on an early morning bird walk. Beginners welcome. Bring binoculars (a few pairs will be available on a first come first served basis). 1-2 mile walk. Registration required. Free for Mohonk Preserve members. Non-members receive a complimentary day pass at their first walk. Non-members are welcome to join for the series but will be required to purchase a day pass ($15).
(845) 255-0919/Mohonk Preserve P.O. Box 715 New Paltz/mohonkpreserve.org

Saturday/September 9

Happy Traum and Friends perform folk music. www.happytraum.com/. General Admission $25 Reserved Seating $45 Students $5. 8pm/
120 Maverick Road/Woodstock/845.679.8217 /www.maverickconcerts.org