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32 Hudson Valley Parent n June 2018 7: Thursday Teen Advisory Group. Join the Teen Advisory Group! Give your input on what types of programs and materials you'd like to see at the library. This is a great group to put on college applications. Meetings count as one hour of community service. Meets on the second Thursday of every month. 5:30pm. Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library. 479 Broadway, Monticello. 794-4660. Summer Teen Volunteer Orientation. Enthusiastic teens wanted! Be a part of a team that will help facilitate the Youth and Teen Summer Reading events. Assist during the summer Reading Kick- Off and Awards Parties as well as other special events for children. 6-7pm. Adriance Library. 93 Market St., Poughkeepsie. 485-3445 ext. 3320. 8: Friday Family Camp Out. Welcome the summer season with a night under the full moon at the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum. After dinner, bring your family, tent and sleeping bags for an evening of nocturnal fun. As the sun goes down, join us for entertainment and s'mores around the campfire. A light breakfast snack and coffee will be provided Saturday morning as we break camp. Friday 6pm- Saturday 8am. Hudson Highlands Nature Museum: Outdoor Discovery Center. 120 Muser Dr., Cornwall . 534-5506. Spring Greek Fest. Join us at St. Nicholas for our Spring Greek Fest featuring traditional Greek food, beer and wine, and pastries. Greek music and dancing, a Greek coffee shop, church tours, a Greek gift shop with handcrafts, and raffles are also offered. Admission is free. Friday, 5-10pm, Saturday, 11am-10pm, Sunday, 12-6pm. St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church. 19 Fullerton Ave., Newburgh. 9: Saturday Animal Fun Day. Want to learn more about animals while having fun? Come to the 4-H Animal Fun Day! It's an annual awesome FUN educational day for animal lovers. Our 4-H Animal science clubs and programs will have animals and fun hands-on activities and crafts for all ages to enjoy! This event is open to the public. Scouts are welcome! 10am-3pm. 4H Park and Education Center. 300 Finchville Turnpike, Otisville. Chess Club. Chess Club meets the second Saturday of every month. 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. Food and Flix Fest. The Food and Flix Fest will have delicious food and beverages from local food trucks and beer/wine vendors, local artisan vendors, music, a kiddy corner, K9 demonstrations and ends with a movie under the stars featuring Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. 5-10pm. Cornell Cooperative Extension Education Center and 4H Park. 300 Finchville Turnpike, Otisville. Greenwood Lake Street Fair. Fun for the entire family! Good food, live music and local vendors! 11am-5pm. Downtown Greenwood Lake. Windermere Ave., Greenwood Lake. 595-1604. June Jamboree. Award-winning veggie food trucks and booths, coffee bar from Brewing Good Coffee Co., live music, and vegan and animal themed tattoos done on-site by the artists from Gristle Tattoo. Plus: a bouncy castle and waterslide for kids to enjoy! Spend the day with family and friends and meet 400 friendly rescued cows, pigs, goats, turkeys and more! 10:30am-4pm. Woodstock Sanctuary. 2 Rescue Rd., High Falls. 247-5700. Kingston Kayak Festival. We are once again bringing you quality instruction and demos on the beach at Kingston Point. From picking a kayak to paddling on the river, we've got something for everyone. Prepare for a summer full of kayaking. Nature tours and boat demos. 10am-4pm. Kingston Point Beach. Delaware Ave., Kingston. Stormville Airport's 2nd Annual Food Truck and Craft Beer Festival. The craft beer festival will feature more than 40 craft beers and ciders and Run the Runway Event will run in conjunction with the food truck festival which will feature over 15 food trucks, live music, a cornhole tournament, exhibits, helicopter rides, horse show extravaganza, specialty foods, handmade arts and crafts and so much more. 11am-6pm. Stormville Airport. 428 Rte. 216, Stormville. Trout Parade. The Trout Parade is an annual street fair celebrating our community. Enjoy live entertainment, food and fun! Parade steps off at 1pm. 11am. Main St., Livingston Manor. 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. 10: Sunday 22nd Annual Callicoon Tractor Parade. Come for the tractors, stay for the chicken barbecue on the Youth Center grounds after the big parade! Proceeds from the barbecue help us keep our facilities open for the youth of our community. 12-3pm. Delaware Youth Center. 8 Creamery Rd., Callicoon . Beacon Sloop Club Strawberry Festival. The summer season just got sweeter with the Beacon Sloop Club Strawberry Festival. The community gathers for delectable strawberry treats and live music to give summer a sweet taste and a sweet sound. The festival is open to the entire family and guarantees a fun time. Enjoy food, fun and music! 12-5pm. Beacon Riverfront Park. 125 Red Flynn Dr., Beacon. 914-907-4928. Fairy Festival. Bring all your little fairies to our fun festival. There will be activities such as crown making, story time with fairy house building, face painting, wand making, a fairy parade at 1:30, a hunt in the garden for evidence of fairy activity and more! 12-4pm. Orange County Arboretum. 211 Rte. 416, Montgomery. 615-3828. Girls on the Run 5K. The 3.1 mile course starts and finishes on New York Military Academy's Parade Field. Runners will exit NYMA and run through the beautiful town of Cornwall and Cornwall-on-Hudson. Have your camera ready. You will definitely want to stop and take pictures along the way. 7:30am. New York Military Academy. 78 Academy Ave., Cornwall on Hudson. 646-498-4991. 11: Monday Railroad History Programs. Learn all about the history of the railroad. Second Monday of each month. Fun for the whole family! 7:30pm. The Hyde Park Station. 34 River Rd., Hyde Park. 12: Tuesday Movement and Music. Musician Abby Lappen will present movement and songs for children as part of a special Story Hour in the library's community room, which is wheelchair accessible. This program is free and open to the public. 10-11am. Hudson Area Library. 51 N 5th St., Hudson. 518-828-1792. Tuesday for Tots. A special time for our younger visitors to gain preschool readiness skills in a fun and social environment. Drop in for play-dough, crafts, activities and friends! 10am. The Children's Museum at Saratoga. 69 Caroline St., Saratoga Springs. 518-584-5540. 13: 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! 10-11:15am. Montgomery Nursery School. 21 Wallkill Ave., Montgomery. 457-7415. Spring Films. Join us at the library for a special showing of the science fiction film Spaceballs. 1:30-3:30pm. Goshen Public LIbrary & Historical Society. 203 Main St., Goshen. 294-6606. 14: Thursday Greek Festival. The Poughkeepsie Greek Festival is a celebration of the food, music and culture of the Hellenic people hosted for over 40 years at the Kimisis Greek Orthodox Church. 11am- 9pm. Hellenic Community Center. 54 Park Ave., Poughkeepsie. 15: Friday Art and Zine Club. Calling all artists, cartoonists, photographers, writers and poets. Collaborate with other Beacon area teens to publish a zine for teens, by teens. What's a zine? Zines are DIY underground magazines. All supplies are provided just bring yourself and your imagination. Open to middle school and high school students. Happens 3rd Friday of every month. 3:30-5pm. Howland Public Library. 313 Main St., Beacon. 831-1134 ext. 101. Big Bounce America. A super-sized family-friendly day out featuring the world's biggest bounce house! This magical, candy-colored inflatable castle is 10,000 square feet of fun, games and (Continued on Page 34) CALENDAR (Continued from Page 31) For more great calendar listings visit us online at

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