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Watch out for cyclists on the roads this weekend as the 13th annual Tour de Putnam hits the streets. The event starts at the County Park in Kent and then winds its way through up to 100 miles of Putnam's roads and byways.
Lions and tigers and bears, Oh my!
That's what the news has been like around these here parts. What with our newest famous resident slashing necks in NYC cabs, a bear at Hill and Dale slashing residents and MaryEllen Odell slashing Vinnie Leibell to pieces in the LWV debate last week it's like the promo for a new Freddie film.
10 AM - 4PM at the Putnam Valley Grange Hall, 128 Mill Street at Peekskill Hollow Road. Repeats tomorrow, Saturday, August 28.
1pm. Tobi Maier is the curator at Ludlow 38, the downtown satellite space for contemporary art of Goethe-Institut on New York's Lower East Side. He was previously curator at the Frankfurter Kunstverein and also collaborated on Manifesta 7 (Rovereto, Italy) as curatorial adviser (2006-2008), and was curatorial intern at the 27th Biennial of Sao Paulo (2006). He holds an MA in Curating Contemporary Art from the Royal College of Art in London. At Dia:Beacon, Riggio Galleries, 3 Beekman Street, Beacon, NY 12508. Call 845 440 0100 or visit www.diaart.org.
6PM - Drew Methodist Church, Gleneida Avenue, Carmel. International dinner to benefit Habitat For Humanity. Silent Auction, 50/50 raffle, Karaoke for Kids. $7 per person. $25 per family (+4) Contact email@example.com or call 845-230-8022
7:30 PM - First United Methodist Church, 83 Main Street, Brewster. Summer Sing and Open House. The Putnam Chorlae performs this work-horse in an evening of music, fun and food. Enjoy an opportunity to sing with the Putnam Chorale. Bring your own score or borrow one of theirs or just come to listen. For information call 845-279-7265 or http://www.putnamchorale.org Admission $10.
8AM - Starting at the County Park on Gipsy Trail Road in Kent, then going everywhere. Click here for more information, registration details and directions to the park.
An excellent opportunity to lean various side-hilling techniques and then work on the northern portion of the Highlands Trail in Wonder Lake State Park. Contact Gary Haugland (firstname.lastname@example.org or 845-642-1590) for more information.
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