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Page 34 of 39 n Hudson Valley Parent 35 • A happy, safe and caring environment encouraging a child's physical, creative, and intellectual growth • Serving children of all abilities • Early and after care hours available Kathy Masloski, Director 845-883-5151 40 Park Lane, Highland, NY 12528 845-293-5600 228 Ward Street, Montgomery, NY 12549 AN INTEGRATED PRESCHOOL PROGRAM Learning Together, where children explore the world the way they learn best, through play! Mother's Day Basket Bingo. Orange Ulster Boces would like to announce the 3rd Mother's Day Basket Bingo event. Admission is $15 Adults/$5 Children 12 and under. Price includes 10 games of Bingo. Additional Bingo packs, raffles and refreshments will be sold. Doors Open at 5:30; Games start at 6:30pm. Orange Ulster Boces/ Emmanuel C. Cramer. 53 Gibson Rd., Goshen. 775-8261. 11: Saturday Hudson Valley Comic Con 2019. Come for comic books, merchandise, toys and collectibles, a costume contest, live performances and more. 10am-6pm. Gold's Gym. 258 Titusville Rd., Poughkeepsie. Mommy and Me Decoupage Pony Workshop. Participants will decorate model ponies. Kits include a mare, foal and creative supplies. Refreshments will be served. This is an event for all ages. The cost is $18 per kit. Preregistration required. Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame. 240 Main St., Goshen. 978-8778. Farm Fest and Spring Plant Sale. Join us on a tour of the farm, meet the staff and board of directors, learn about our programs and activities, take a spin on our bicycle-powered polenta grinder, explore our meditation and discover gardens and stop by the smoothie station. There will be fun activities for the whole family. Enjoy food trucks, live music, gardening book fair and children's book readings and a craft and farmer's market. We will be selling nearly 100 varieties of vegetables, flowers and herbs raised in our greenhouse. 9am-3pm. Poughkeepsie Farm Project. 51 Vassar Farm Ln., Poughkeepsie. 516-1100. Apple Blossom Day. Fun for the whole family! There will be face painting, bouncy houses, pony rides, cotton candy, lemonade, balloon animals, craft vendors, free live music and performances, and great food! 10am-4pm. Village of Red Hook. Village Parking Lot, Red Hook. 750-2254. 8th Annual Pets Alive Kitten Shower. It's Kitten Shower Time! Pets Alive helps close to 300 kittens every single year! We couldn't do it without your support. We look forward to celebrating our past success and preparing for the new arrivals this summer with you! Join us for a day of raffles, more yummies than we can name, information about the different programs Pets Alive supports, old and new friends and spring news. We would love for everyone to bring an item from our wishlist. 1-4pm. Pets Alive. 363 Derby Rd., Middletown. 386-9738. 12: Sunday Tulip Festival and Mother's Day Celebration. This one-day event is guaranteed to bring a smile to Mom's face with a spectacular collection of vendors, live music and entertainment, a highly anticipated Mother's Day luncheon, and this year's newly added recreation and activities. This event is one that is sure to make memories to last a lifetime. 11am-4pm. Honor's Haven Resort & Spa. 1195 Arrowhead Rd., Ellenville. 844-469-7829 Warwick Winter Farmers' Market. The Warwick Winter Farmers' Market brings farmers and producers together to keep locally grown, raised and produced food available year-round. 10am-2pm. 115 Liberty Corners Rd., Pine Island. 258-4998. 13: Monday Walk and Wiggle. This language enrichment program serves as a transitional storytime for walkers as they prepare for toddler storytime. The program features songs, rhymes, finger plays, and stories and is followed by 30 minutes of play and socialization. For ages 19-24 months. No registration required. 10-10:50am. Adriance Memorial Library. 93 Market St., Poughkeepsie. 485-3445. 14: Tuesday Project Do Something. Teens can earn community service credit planting annuals and spring bulbs at the visitors sitting circle outside the Adriance Memorial Library. For teens ages 12-18 years old. Registration required. 3:30-4:30pm. Adriance Memorial Library. 93 Market St., Poughkeepsie. 485-3445. 15: Wednesday Mommy and Me Class. Our Mommy and Me class is designed for children 18-36 months and their caregivers. The class will include singing, story-time, a sensory based activity/game, snack and a craft! Classes meet Wednesdays from 10-11:15am. Montgomery Nursery School. 21 Wallkill Ave., Montgomery. 457-7415. 16: Thursday Wildflower Festival. Come celebrate our native wildflowers, herbs, fruits and local biodiversity. The Hudson Valley Seed Company will be here with a huge array of organic vegetable and flower seedlings. Gardening experts will be on hand to answer your questions. Explore a large selection of rare native plants, water lilies, wildflowers and a huge array of heirloom vegetable starts and unusual fruits. Thursday through Monday from 9:30am-6pm until May 31. Catskill Native Nursery. 607 Samsonville Rd., Kerhonkson. 626-2758. 17: Friday Arty Night. Teen craft night sponsored by the Hudson Valley Queer Youth Project. Pizza, snacks and a safe place. $5 suggested donation. 7-10pm. Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center. 300 Wall St., Kingston. 331-5300. Music with Marlana. Lend Me Your Ears is an exciting and interactive musical program for preschoolers! Children will have a ball singing along with Marlana as she plays her acoustic guitar! Shakers and scarves and lots of movement guaranteed. For children 3-5 years old. Registration is required. 11-11:45am. Kent Public Library. 17 Sybil's Crossing, Kent Lakes. 225-8585. 18: Saturday Rondout Waterfront Walking Tour. Join us for a walk along Rondout Creek as we discuss the industrial and maritime heritage of the Rondout, including the Thomas Cornell Steamboat Company and tugboats, ferries, passenger steamboats, Delaware & Hudson Canal, and more. Tour meets in front of the Hudson River Maritime Museum at 1pm. 1-3pm. Hudson River Maritime Museum. 50 Rondout Landing, Kingston. 338-0071. (Continued on Page 36)

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