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Page 36 of 43 n Hudson Valley Parent 37 All Season Long On The Childrens Stage! CHARACTER MEET&GREETS AND GROUP RATES ARE AVAILABLE! VISIT FBPLAYHOUSE.ORG or call 845-794-1194 FOR INFORMATION, TICKETS and to FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA! S TICKETS ON SALE ONLINE MAY 19! JULY 17 29 Featuring Addison the Dog as SANDY! all the way from Broadway! L s y! JUNE 21 T H R O U G H AUGUST 18! All Season On The Childre CHA AND ARE t h e M u s i c a l t h e M u s i c a l Chess Club. Chess Club meets the second Saturday of every month in the Robert D. Norris Community Room. Players of all levels are welcome. A limited number of boards will be provided, but it is recommended that players bring their own. 11am-12:30pm. Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library. 479 Broadway, Monticello. 794-4660. Community Day and Summer Exhibition. Celebrate the Wassaic Community with the opening of our Summer Exhibition. We will be joined by a 19-piece band that will lead a parade in Wassaic, featuring artists and community made floats. There will be a variety of games for all ages of the family including Shufflpie! The party will extend well into the evening at The Lantern with food, drinks, live music and more. Free and open to the public. 12-10pm. The Wassaic Project. 37 Furnace Bank Rd., Wassaic. 347-815-0783. Cornwall Community Day of Nature Play. The Hudson Highlands Nature Museum is celebrating its community by offering free admission for Cornwall and Cornwall-on-Hudson residents to the Wildlife Education Center and Grasshopper Grove. Meet live wild animals and romp in Grasshopper Grove, the Hudson Valley's first Nature Play area at the Outdoor Discovery Center. 12-4pm. Hudson Highlands Nature Museum. 25 Boulevard, Cornwall-on-Hudson. 534-5506 ext. 204. Philharmonic Performances. The HVP string competition winner plays Sibelius' violin concerto and 150 instrumentalists and singers climax the season with Carl Orff 's magnificent and overwhelmingly powerful cantata. 8pm. The Bardavon. 35 Market St., Poughkeepsie. 473-2027. Weekend Respite. Greystone offers a Saturday Respite Program once a month for children with autism and other developmental disabilities 6-21 years old. This program offers a variety of fun recreational activities to promote social interaction both on-site and on field trips. 10am-3pm. Greystone Programs' Sugar Loaf Campus. 1404 Kings Hwy., Sugar Loaf. 469-3760. 13: Sunday Annual Tulip Festival and Mother's Day Celebration. Give Mom more than a bouquet and surround her with flowers! Surrounded by the beautiful Catskills, our resort in full bloom with special activities. Treat your mom to a sumptuous Mother's Day Luncheon followed by live entertainment, family activities and local craft vendors. 11am-4pm. Honor's Haven Resort and Spa. 1195 Arrowhead Rd., Ellenville. 844-469-7829. Family Day at The Samuel Dorsky Museum. Celebrate Mother's Day at The Dorsky with exhibition-inspired activities for children and their families in conjunction with Marking Time: Andy Warhol's Vision of Celebrations, Commemorations, and Anniversaries. The Poughkeepsie Printwagon, an outreach project of PUF Studios and Barrett Art Center, will be on-site for a hands-on printmaking activity. 2-4:30pm. Samuel Dorskey Museum of Art. 1 Hawk Dr., New Paltz. 257-3844. For more great calendar listings visit us online at (Continued on Page 38)

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