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Good Friday Morning,
There was a little frost on the pumpkin this morning! Thanks to radiational cooling some surfaces bore a thin sheen of frost marking a pretty early occurrence for our region. Check your tender plants today, they may need a bit of help.
If you're looking for something to do over the next few days you've come to the right place.
Tonight and tomorrow at 8PM, Arts on the Lake presents a very special event:
If you’ve ever wondered what your neighbor was thinking, Kent Stories: Neighbors Portray Neighbors is an opportunity to find out. Based entirely on personal stories related to interviewers in the past few months, it is partly a verbal portrait, partly a community forum and partly a peek behind closed doors. It is a wonderful and touching hour and twenty minutes.Tomorrow you can join the Hudson Highlands Land Trust for a Fall Tradition:
Local Hudson River historian Ray Phillips will lead you on a trek through the remains of a Revolutionary War fortification over-looking the Hudson in Fort Montgomery. Hike through the scene of a fierce battle, visit an old mining site near Popolopen Creek, and take a stroll across the Bear Mountain Bridge. Forts & Bridges is a part of the Hudson River Valley Ramble. Meet: 9:00am Fort Montgomery Visitors' Center Duration: 3.0 hrs. (including time for a "bring your own" picnic) Level: ModerateHere's a few more events for Saturday:
Noon - 5 PM PRIVATE WELL TESTING QUESTIONS ANSWERED, Hopewell Junction Citizens for Clean Water and Smith Labs are attending East Fishkill Community Day to answer all private well testing questions. Recreation field off Rt. 376 in Hopewell Junction. Rain date Sept. 21. email@example.com, 845-226-1446
9 AM-3 PM MID-HUDSON SIERRA ANNUAL TAG SALE, rain or shine - new indoor location at New Hackensack Reformed Church on Route 376, near the intersection with All Angels Hill Rd.. Contact Bibi firstname.lastname@example.org if you have treasures to share...
1-3 pm. KITCHEN GARDEN HARVEST CELEBRATION. Join the Mohonk Preserveâ€™s Research Director Paul Huth and Cultural Historian Bob Larsen to discover 19th-century kitchen gardens and taste recipes from days of old. Mohonk Preserve Visitor Center, Rt. 44/55, Gardiner. Call 845-255-0919 to sign up. Free of charge. www.mohonkpreserve.org