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36 Hudson Valley Parent n March 2014 YOUR Calendar Origami Kingston Saturday, March 8 EDITORS PICK Saturday, March 29 26th Annual Signs of Spring Walk. Ann Guenther, Naturalist and for- mer Mohonk Preserve Educator, will lead this search for signs of spring such as new green shoots, a bug, or sap dripping from a Maple tree. All ages welcome. Program includes an easy, 2.5-mile hike. 2-4pm. Mohonk Preserve, Spring Farm Trailhead, New Paltz. 845-255-0919. This Trip Is Featured On is a brand new website that helps parents plan day, weekend and holiday trips right here in the Hudson Valley! This site guarantees that every listing is kid friendly, so you never have to wonder if the kids will have fun! MY family Saturday, March 1 Build a Trojan Horse Bank. Kids keep their craft, receive a certificate, a Workshop Apron and a pin. Online registration. 9am-12pm. Home Depot, various locations throughout Hudson Valley. 800-466-3337. Community Tai Chi. Beginners of all levels are welcome! Free class: Mon- days 6-8pm; Saturdays 8-10am. Mid Hudson Heritage Center, 317 Main St., Poughkeepsie. 914-475-4397. Rhythm & Rhyme: Sensory Story Time. Sensory story time and social- ization designed for children with special needs. Preschool to elemen- tary age, with an adult. 10-11 am. Poughkeepsie Public Library District, 93 Market St., Poughkeepsie. 845-485- 3445 x3320. Tai chi & Wushu Kung Fu Children's Program. Slow meditative physical exercise for relaxation and focus. Ages 5-8/10-11am; Ages 9-12/11:30am- 12:30pm; Ages 13-18/1-2pm. Sacred Heart School, 24 South Robinson Ave., Newburgh. 845-561-1433. Sunday, March 2 Beauty and the Beast Musical. Ex- perience the music of Disney's Beauty and the Beast at West Point's Eisen- hower Hall Theatre! 3pm. Eisenhower Hall Theatre, W. Point Hwy., Highland Falls. 845-938-4159. Kids' Day in the Sugarbush. Tromp in the snow, help in the sugarbush, and learn how to make syrup. Ages 4 and up; must be with adult. Includes easy, 1-mile hike. Reservations re- quired. Fee. 1-3pm. Mohonk Preserve, 3197 Rt. 44/55, Gardiner. 845-255- 0919. Monday, March 3 Bookmark Club. Book reading journey for elementary age students. Short stories and chapter books, drawing, bookmaking, films, and more! 4-5pm. Kingston Library. 55 Franklin St., Kings- ton. 845-331-0507. Community Tai Chi. Beginners of all levels welcome! Mondays, 6-8pm. Mid Hudson Heritage Center, 317 Main St., Poughkeepsie. 914-475-4397. Homework Help. Newburgh School District teachers assist with homework. Bilingual teachers available. No regis- tration required. Check library website for cancellations. Grades 1-6. 4-6pm. Newburgh Free Library, 124 Grand St., Newburgh. 845-563-3600. Morning Story Time. Stories, music, singing, dancing and craft activities for children of all ages! 10am. Barnes & Noble, Children's Dept., 2518 South Rd., Poughkeepsie. 845-485-2224. Sensory Story Time. Stories, songs, and social interaction in welcoming space. Ages 6 and up with Autism and Sensory Processing Disorders, with an adult. Registration required. 4:30pm. Chester Public Library, 1784 Kings Hwy., Chester. 845-469-4252. Tuesday, March 4 Children's Story Hours. Toddler Time (18 mos. to 3 years). 10:30am. Kingston Library, 55 Franklin St., Kingston. 845- 331-0507. Lap Sit Story Time. Interactive lan- guage enrichment. Songs, rhymes, fin- ger plays, and stories. Birth-24 months, with adult. 10:30-11:30am. Tivoli Free Library, 86 Broadway, Tivoli. 845-757- 3771. Rock, Rattle & Read. Lap-sit story time for infants and their caregivers, incorporating music and movement. 11:30am-12pm. Red Hook Public Li- brary, 7444 South Broadway, Red Hook. 845-758-3241.

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