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Things to Do

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June- Vivian Haberfeld displays “Water is Life” at Kent Library. More info: kentlibrary.org

June 7-Aug 16 Music in the Parks, Free Lawn Concerts at Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site. More info: nps.gov/vama

June 15-July 6 (Thurs) Stories of my Life Workshop at Reed Library. More info/reg: 845-225-2439

Until June 29 Retrospective of Artwork by Penny Feder exhibit at Mahopac Lib. More info/reg: 845-628-2009, ext 100, mahopaclibrary.org

Through July 7- Brewster’s Longview School Studentsdisplay Artwork at Mahopac Lib. More info: mahopaclibrary.org, 845-628-2009, ext 108

Tues June 20-6:30-8pm Smartphone Photography at Kent Lib. More info/reg: 845- 225-8585, KentLibrary.org

Wed June 21-7pm Breast & Ovarian Cancer Support Group at Putnam Hospital Center. More info/reg (req)914-962- 6402 or 800-532-4290. More info/reg (req)914-962-6402 or 800-532-4290.

Thurs June 22-7pm Breast & Ovarian Cancer Support Group at Vassar Brothers Medical Center. More info/ reg (req)914-962-6402 or 800-532-4290. More info/ reg (req)914-962-6402 or 800-532-4290.

Thurs June 22-2-3:30pm “Marge’s Knitting Circle” pm at the Support Connection office, Yorktown Heights. Open to people living with breast, ovarian and gynecological cancers. More info/ Pre-reg(req) 914-962-6402, 800-532-4290

Thurs June 22-7-9pm Book Club at New York-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital. Open to people living with breast, ovarian and gynecological cancers. More info/ pre-reg(req) 914-962-6402, 800-532-4290

Fri June 23-2pm Summer Reading Kickoff with Jester Jim at Mahopac Lib. More info/reg: 845-628-2009, ext 100, mahopaclibrary.org

Fri June 23-4-7pm Fundraiser for Premature Babies:’ Morgan’s FunDay’ at Mahopac Golf and Beach Club

Sat June 24-1-2:30pm Storyteller & Musician John Porchino at the Wallace Education & Visitors Center, FDR Historic site. More info: 845-229-6873

Sat Jun 24-9:30am-11:30am Cottage Conversations Series:“Intersectionality: Moving Beyond Labels”at Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site REG: http://ervk.org/cottage-conversations. html

Sat June 24-1-3pm ‘A Day at Hogwarts’ at the Cultural Arts Coalition’s Studio Around the Corner at 67 Main Street in Brewster. Free Admission. RSVP: CulturalArtsCom.com, 845-363-8330

Sat June 24-12-2pm Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival play-Writing Workshop at Kent Lib. Free. More info/ reg: 845-225-8585, KentLibrary.org

Sat June 24-12-4pm Acme Markets of Mahopac will be celebrating customer/ community appreciation day

June 24 & 25 QSY Society Amateur Radio Club at Field Day at Dutchess County’s Bowdoin Park, Pavilion 4 on Sheafe Road, Poughkeepsie. More info: qsysociety.org

June 24-12-1:30pm : “Yoga: A Path Toward Wellness” at Club Fit in Jefferson Valley. Free, open to women living with breast, ovarian and gynecological cancers. More info/ pre-reg(req) 914-962-6402, 800-532-4290.

Sun June 25-11:30am-1pm Crystal Healing Workshop at Front Street Gallery, Patterson. Reg: spiritvida7@gmail.com, 203-872-7335

Sun June 25-2pm 2x2or4 or More! An afternoon of theatre readings at Mahopac Lib. More info/reg: 845-628-2009, ext 100, mahopaclibrary.org

Mon June 26-4:30-5:30pm Kent Lib Summer Reading Program Magic Show Kick- Off at Kent Town Hall. More info: 845-225-8585

June 27-2:30-7pm Blood Drive at Mahopac Lib. at Mahopac Lib. More info/ reg: 845-628-2009, ext 100, mahopaclibrary.org

June 27-7pm Mahopac Public Library Board of Trustees meeting. More info/reg: 845- 628-2009, ext 100, mahopaclibrary.org

Thurs June 29-10am-12pm Bird on a Wire Collage at Reed Library, Carmel. More info/reg: 845-225-2439

Fridays (June 30-Sept 1) 3-6:30pm Putnam Valley Farmers Market At Tompkins Corners Cultural Center, Put Valley. More info: Putnamvalleyresidents.com

Alcoholics Anonymous meets seven days a week throughout Putnam County. It is a totally free, all volunteer program for those who think they might have a problem with alcohol. Call 914-949-1200 for meeting times and places.

Cancer Support: Support Connection, Inc., offers a wide range of free support groups women for with breast and ovarian cancer. Advance registration is required for all groups; call 914-962-6402 or 800-532-4290.

Suicide Prevention: “Putnam County Cares” is an app available on your mobile phone. Within that app is “SPEAK; Suicide Prevention Education and Awareness Kit.”

Support Group: ‘Spotlight on Recovery,’ Drug Crisis in Our Backyard Support Group. More info: DrugCrisisInOur-Backyard.com

The Putnam County Crisis Hotline - 845 225-1222 is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 1-800-273-TALK

Mental Health Counseling: Putnam Family and Community Services – 225-2700

Putnam Community Services of Rockland Psychiatric Center – 278-2500.

Alcohol/Drug Abuse help: Arms Acres – 225-3400

Putnam Family and Community Services – 225-2700 St. Christopher’s Inn – 335- 1000 Hoving Home- 424-3674

Cooking Classes- New York- Presbyterian/Hudson Valley Hospital , 1992 Crompond Road, Cortlandt Manor. More info: HVHC.org, mbulger@hvhc.org, 914-734-3780

Young Chefs of Hudson Valley 12 week sessions for ages 11-13, at New York-Presbyterian/ Hudson Valley Hospital. More info: 914-734-3780, mbulger@hvhc.org

Gallery Talks-2pm Second Saturday every month at Dia:Beacon

West Point Museum Exhibits- More info: 845-938-3590, Museum@ USMA.edu, Facebook

Reed Memorial Library Book Sale during Library Hours. More info: carmellibrary.org, 845-225- 2439

Every Mon- The Putnam Chorale rehearsals at Carmel High School music building. All singers welcome. More info: putnamchorale.org

Mondays-2-3pm Brain Games at East Fishkill Community Library. Space is limited to 20 participants. More info: 221-9943 x225

Mondays-12:30-2:30pm Artists’ Drop-in at Reed Memorial Library, Carmel. More info: 845-225-2439

Mondays- 4:30pm Crazy 8’s Math Club at Patterson Library. More info/reg: 845- 878-6121 x10, pattersonlibrary.org

2nd & 4th Mondays of the month-12:30-2:30pm New Parent Chat group on the at Kent Public Library. . More info/reg: 845-225-8585, kentlibrary.org

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