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Exhibition: Professional Baseball. Exhibition of some two dozen original manuscript pages and artifacts relating to the development and early history of baseball in the United States during the 19th and early 20th centuries. Exhibits through 8/31. Info: https://www.karpeles.com. The Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum, 94 Broadway, Newburgh.
Learn the Divine Healing Art of Reiki! A Reiki “Level One” training will be held on 8/ 28, 6pm-9:30pm (part A) and 8/29 10am-1:30pm (part B). Cost $120 or $60 for those who have taken Reiki I before. Reiki is a Japanese form of “laying on hands” healing that helps release problematic stress patterns while supporting deeper levels of awakening to your natural state of health and joy. Call 845-389-2431 or email [email protected] more info https://www.whitecranehall.com.#116 “Shirt Factory”” 77 Cornell St. Kingston.
Register Now! Buddhism 101. A Weekend Teaching (8/14-8/16) at Karma Triyana Dharmachakra, 335 Meads Mt. Rd, Woodstock. 8/14, 7-8:30 pm; 8/15, 10:30 am-12 pm & 3:30-5 pm; and 8/16, 10:30 am-12 pm & 2:30-4 pm. Teacher: Khenpo Karma Tenkyong .What is Buddhism, and how can we apply its practices to our everyday lives? Khenpo Tenkyong explains that it is much more than meditating, reciting mantras and daily prostrations. Instead, Buddhism is an evolving system, based on interdependence and emptiness, where taking care of your own health and the planet are just as essential as the traditional practices. In this weekend workshop learn the basics of Buddhism, set our motivation, practice meditation, explore Himalayan yoga and commune with nature. Price: Full Weekend Registration $120 , Single sessions $30. Meals and overnight accommodations available at KTD’s usual rates. For reservations or more information call 845-679-5906 x3.
Save The Date! Drum Boogie Festival Returns to Woodstock (9/12, 11am-8pm). A Free World-Class Music Festival with Dance & Voice.One-day music festival which is family-oriented and multi-cultural, celebrating the diverse styles of music, dance and voice from around the world. The festival brings together world-class talent while introducing the audience to a variety of styles involving percussion such as: Jazz, Rock, Classical, African, Balinese, Reggae, Steel Pan and more. Folks who will be performing this year include Jack DeJohnette, NEXUS, NYU Steel Band, Valerie Naranjo and The Big Takeover Reggae Band, to name a few. Rain date 9/13. Free. Andy Lee Field, Rock City Rd,Woodstock. Info: https://www.drumboogiefestival.com.
Register Now! 18th Annual Live, Laugh & Learn Day of Workshops(8/13). Presented by Michael P. Hein, County Executive and Ulster County Office for the Aging. Business Resource Center, 1 Development Ct, Kingston. Registration fee - $5 | Register by 8/3/15.For application or information call 845-340-3456.
The Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival (thru-9/1) presents in repertory: The Winter’s Tale, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Arabian Nights, An Iliad, The Tempest. Info: hvshakespeare.org or 845-265-9575. Boscobel House and Gardens, 1601 Route 9D, Garrison.
Register Now! Philadelphia Trip (9/16-9/18). Sponsored by The Hurley Senior Citizens. 3 days and 2 nights. A couple of openings left, if interested call 845-331-2919.
National Feeding Pets of the Homeless - Give a Dog a Bone. Earth Angels Veterinary Hospital is Collecting Donations for National Pet Food Drive. Bring donations of pet food and supplies. (thru 8/16). Donations will be delivered to the Food Bank Of The Hudson Valley. Info:845-227-7297. Earth Angels Veterinary Hospital, 8 Nancy Court, Wappingers Falls.
Traditions with a Twist: Quilts by Sally Abrams on display through August 21st. Info: 845-586-2611, or https://www.catskillcenter.org. Erpf Center, Erpf Gallery, Arkville.
Mask-Making Workshops for Ages 8-13. 1st Workshop: 8/ 17 & 8/ 21. 2nd Workshop: August 24 and 28. Reg required. Children will work with paper mache to create a unique mixed media mask. Info: 845-255-1255 or https://www.gardinerlibrary.org Gardiner Library, 133 Farmer’s Turnpike,
Medicare and Medicare Savings Plan information. For disabled people of any age and seniors over 65. Eleanor Minksy from UC Office of the Aging will be available. Call for an appointment: 845-340-3456. Family of Ellenville, 221 Canal St, Ellenville.