September 29, 2016 RSS feed / Around the County

High Achievers

Alfred State welcomed a new class of freshmen this fall. More...

Historical Society Bake Sale

The Kent Historical Society Annual Benefit Tag & Bake Sale is Sat., Oct. 8 (rain date Sunday, Oct. 9) from 9am - 3pm. It is at 1374 Route 52 (the old mill site) in Ludingtonville/Holmes. Donations welcome! More information: 845- 225-9459. More...

Ham Radio Operators To Meet

The QSY Society Amateur Radio Club’s October meeting will be held Tuesday evening, October 4, at the East Fishkill Community Library. More...

Women Voters Candidate Forum

You are invited to attend and participate at the General Election Candidates’ Forum on Monday, Oct. 10, from 6 PM to 9 PM, at the Mahopac Library Community Room, 686 Route 6, Mahopac. More...

Patterson Board Needs Advisor

The Patterson Town Board is looking for an interested individual to fill an unexpired term on the Putnam Lake Park Advisory Board. Any Putnam Lake resident interested in serving on the Board may send a letter of interest to the Town Clerk, P.O. More...

Chapel Restoration Concert

On Sunday, Oct. 9, at 4:00 p.m. there will be a concert at the Chapel Restoration in Cold Spring. Featured are Ruth Sommers, cello, and Jason Cutmore, piano. More...

Brewster Dance Studio Offers Free Story Time Program

Story Time with a Twist is a weekly story time group combining movement, music and mostly just fun! Seven Star School of Performing Arts is offering this FREE program to the community. More...

Retired Teachers Meet Next Thursday

Members of the Putnam County Retired Teachers Association will gather next Thursday in Mahopac for the group’s autumn meeting. Educators from throughout the county will hear from Laura Dell who will discuss her book “Braking Kane.” More...

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Weekly Quotation

‘Pale amber sunlight falls across The reddening October trees, That hardly sway before a breeze As soft as summer: summer’s loss, Seems little, dear! on days like these.’ ~Ernest Dowson