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Page 40 of 43 n Hudson Valley Parent 41 Ready Readers Bookshare. Register and pick up a copy of "Little Wolf 's First Howling" in the Just for Kids Area. Little Wolf wants to howl just like his Dad, but his first attempt has a surprisingly wild result. Share this story with your family and then come to the library for a discussion and fun activity! 4:15-5:15pm. Goshen Public Library & Historical Society Library Meeting Room. 203 Main St., Goshen. 294-6606. 25: Wednesday Homework Help. Children in grades 1-6 receive homework help from Newburgh School District teachers. Bilingual teachers available. No registration; walk-in program. 4-6pm. Newburgh Free Library Storyhour Room. 124 Grand St., Newburgh. 563-3601. Knit and Stitch. Bring your knitting, crochet and any stitch style you love. Open to all. Children 10+ welcome with a parent or guardian. This season, we will be helping those in need by joining together to knit 'Linus Blankets' to donate to veterans. 6-7:45pm. Newburgh Free Library. 124 Grand St., Newburgh. 563-3601. Sprouts and Shoots. This program for children age 2-5 includes stories, songs, rhymes and activities. Encourage early learning success and school readiness through reading, singing, creating and playing! All children must be accompanied by an adult. 1-1:45pm. Newburgh Free Library. 124 Grand St., Newburgh. 563-3601. 26: Thursday Hudson River Poets. Monthly meeting and sharing of poetry with the Hudson River Poets. Listen to local poets or bring a poem to share. 7-8:30pm. Newburgh Free Library Lobby. 124 Grand St., Newburgh. 563-3601. Snack and Yak: Graphic Novel Book Club. Join us for snacks and a discussion about the graphic novel Spill Zone by Scott Westerfeld. Open to youth age 11-17. 6:30-7:30pm. Newburgh Free Library Storyhour Room. 124 Grand St., Newburgh. 563-3601. Styling for Hope Spring Fashion Show. This is a fundraiser for the Hudson Valley House of Hope which is an emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence. Please help make a difference in the lives of those effected by domestic violence. At this fundraiser, the ticket cost of $40 per person will include entrance for the event, a fashion show featuring local boutiques and appetizers. There will also be mystery balloon raffles and a 50/50 raffle. 6-9pm. Southern Dutchess Country Club. 1209 North Ave., Beacon. 831-1774. 27: Friday Stories and More. Join us for stories, songs, games and crafts designed with our youngest patrons in mind. This program is for children ages 2-5 and their caregivers. Mondays from 10-11am and Fridays from 11am-12pm. Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library. 479 Broadway, Monticello. 794-4660. Story Hour. We will sing songs, read a story and make some art. For kids ages 5-8. 4pm. Town of Esopus Library. 128 Canal St., Port Ewen. 338-5580. What Happened After Once Upon A Time? St. Mary's School Wappingers Falls: Drama Club pres- ents What Happened After Once Upon A Time? by Alexi Alfieri/Pioneer Drama Service. Friday, April 27 at 7pm and Saturday, April 28 at7pm. Tickets: $7 at the door. 7-9pm. St. Mary's School. 2 Convent Ave., Wappingers Falls. 297-7500. 28: Saturday Hudson Valley KidVenture. An inclusive two day weekend event for all abilities, Hudson Valley KidVenture will allow children of all ages to explore, discover and, most of all, have fun. Featuring entertainment, demonstrations, hands-on activities, Touch A Truck and more! This event is not to be missed. 11am- 4pm. Mid-Hudson Civic Center. 14 Civic Center Plaza, Poughkeepsie. 454-5800. Minecraft Club. Kids and teens get to play and fight together on our special servers. Classes will be Saturdays with Sonia Ruscoe, artist and game enthusiast. This program is free and open to the public and is wheelchair accessible. Registration is required. 12-2pm. Hudson Area Library. 51 N. 5th St., Hudson. 518-828-1792. Murder Me Always – A Night of Comedy Dinner Theater. Make reservations for a one-of-a-kind dinner theater experience. Ticket includes buffet dinner catered by Bridgecreek Catering and show. 6:30-9:30pm. Unison Arts & Learning Center. 68 Mountain Rest Rd., New Paltz. 255-1559. Open House for Children and Families. The Middle Way School of the Hudson Valley, offering an innovative, well-rounded education merged with the Buddhist view of wisdom and compassion, is opening in September 2018. The school will start with mixed-age kindergarten and grades 1, and 2. Our generous scholarship program is designed to promote a diverse and vibrant community. We hope you'll join us! 10am-12pm. Middle Way School. 268 West Saugerties Rd., Saugerties. 272-0141. 29: Sunday Indoor Winter Market: Warwick. Products include eggs, honey, meats, maple syrup, mushrooms, vegetables, fruit, cider, cider donuts, mozzarella, prepared foods, bread, baked goods, holiday plants, beef jerky and more. Market will be held every Sunday through May 6. 10am-2pm. Peg's Eggs & Honey/Hillery Farms. 115 Liberty Corners Rd., Pine Island. 258-4998. 30: Monday Bug Bonanza! The bugs are back! Use sweep nets in the field, dip nets in the pond, kick nets in the stream, shake the trees and roll the logs of the forest in search of these enormously important little animals that call these places home. Register online. 3:45-5pm. Hudson Highlands Nature Museum: Outdoor Discovery Center. 120 Muser Dr., Cornwall. 534-5506 ext. 204. Preschool Story Hour. Get your child involved in this interactive story time. Engage your child with stories, finger plays and songs and encourage them to learn sounds, letter recognition, and new words as they grow into pre-readers. Each program is followed by a hands-on craft and snacks. 10:30-11:30am. Town of Ulster Public Library. 860 Ulster Ave., Kingston. 338-7881.

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