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Page 30 of 39 n Hudson Valley Parent 31 ture featuring stories and activities. 1-1:45 pm. Newburgh Free Library. 124 Grand St., Newburgh. 563-3601. Tai Chi and Wushu Kung Fu fitness program. Classes for all ages learn karate and Kung Fu. 9 a.m. Saint Thomas Episcopal Church. 47 Old Route 9W, New Windsor. 249-9230. Tail Waggin' Tutors Meet and Greet. Come meet our Tail Waggers and their volunteer handlers for a time of conversation and reading! 11 a.m.-noon. Newburgh Free Library. 124 Grand St., Newburgh. 563-3601. Take Your Child to the Library Day. Discover all there is for you and your family to enjoy at the Library! 9 a.m. Newburgh Free Library. 124 Grand St., Newburgh. 563-3601. Take Your Child to the Library Day. Crafts and activities to get ready for Valentine's Day! 12-4 p.m. Goshen Public Library. 203 Main St., Goshen. 294-6606. Valentine's Pet Pictures. Bring your pet for a fun photo shoot. Tractor Supply Co. 1a.m-2 p.m. 1939 State Rte 52, Liberty. 292-0712. Volunteer Fireman's Hall and Museum. Known locally as "a little Gem of a museum". 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Kingston Firemen's Museum. 265 Fair S.t, Kingston. 331-0866. 5: Sunday Ice Skating. Super Bowl Sunday-Ice skate with your family on the outdoor rink. 10 a.m.-9:30 p.m. Bear Mountain Ice Rink. Palisades Pky, Bear Moun- tain. 786-2701 x266. 6: Monday Musical Story Time. Stories, songs and more for ages 3-6. 11 a.m. Saugerties Public Library. 91 Washington Ave., Saugerties. 246-4317. Children's Theatre Classes. Learn all the tricks of the trade in a standing-ovation-worthy acting workshop. Ages 8-12. 4-5:15 p.m. Mid-Hudson Civic Center. 14 Civic Center Plaza, Poughkeepsie. 454-5800 x 1208. 7: Tuesday Hang Time. Video games, magic the gathering, or whatever! Ages 9-13. 4-5:30 p.m. Town of Esopus Library. 128 Canal St, Port Ewen. 338-5580. Storytime. Stories, puppets, and parades led by a purple trombone. Ages 0-3. 10:30 a.m. Town of Eso- pus Library. 128 Canal St, Port Ewen. 338-5580. (Continued on Page 32) February Favorites: Date Night "Whether it's mid- week or the weekend, Clay and I love the Mexicali Blue Restau- rant in Wappinger's Falls on Route 9. Small restaurant, delicious food and friendly staff. Feeling full, we'll head to the movies at the Pough- keepsie Galleria or the $2 Tuesday seats at the South Hills Cinema 8." — Terrie Goldstein, publisher "My favorite date night includes grab- bing a pot of hot tea at Bank Square in Beacon followed by some win- dow shopping along Main Street." — Brittany L. Morgan, web editor "Our favorite date night is heading over to Home Depot to dream up fabulous plans for future proj- ects, then dinner and chocolate at The Melting Pot at the Poughkeepsie Galleria." — Pamela Perry, community liaison "One of my favor- ite date nights is get- ting a drink and apps "dinner" at a restau- rant on the waterfront in Newburgh, then catching a movie at the Downing Film Center on Front Street where we have seen some really good movies." — Pam Soscia, traffic manager "Date night to me is enjoying a great new restaurant and a movie in the winter." — Christy Olivier, media advisor "One of my favorite date nights is walking around Rosendale. Dinner at 1850 House or Bywater Bistro, a stroll down to Post- mark Books for some good reading material, and then the movies at Rosendale Theater. It's not complete without popcorn." — Matthew Silverman, media advisor My ideal date night starts off with a late afternoon hike on one of my favorite moun- tains in the Hudson Valley area; Storm King, Breakneck or Mount Beacon. Afterward grab- bing some food on Main Street in Beacon. First, stopping at Bank Square for a cup of coffee and finishing the night with margaritas and tacos at Baja 328! — Julia Recine, intern Painting by Jamie Williams Grossman

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