Program Description: In collaboration with OutHudson, we are proud to present a special evening story hour and picnic. Drag Queen Story Time is a family-friendly and inclusive event, striving to celebrate differences and break down barriers. There will be a drag treasure chest with costumes for kids and complimentary cookies from Trixie’s Oven. Families are welcome to bring a blanket and food while they enjoy stories and a show from local drag artist, Katarina Mirage.
Date/Time: Friday, June 25, 5:30-7pm Story time at 6pm
Program Description: Join herbalist and author, Dina Falconi, on a walk to explore the plants of Oakdale Lake. Learn to identify these plants using basic sensory skills and discover how they are used for food, medicine and pleasure. This walk will include practical information on harvest and preparation. Please bring a notepad, camera, and water bottle. Signed copies of Dina Falconi’s Foraging & Feasting: A Field Guide and Wild Food Cookbook will also be available for purchase, for anyone who is interested (please bring cash or check). Masks and social distancing will be required.
Date/Time: Tuesday, June 29, 6-8pm Meet at Oakdale Beach, Hudson
Program Description: Join us for a talk about an endangered snail whose entire population only exists at one location, Chittenango Falls State Park! Why are snails important? What do snails eat? How are researchers helping endangered snail species like the Chittenango Ovate amber snail (COAS)? Cody Gilbertson, who will be speaking, has studied and worked with COAS for over 10 years and has written her master’s thesis on these beautiful unique snails. Her work has been highlighted in Scientific American, WRVO public media, and Hypothesis WNYC public radio. Come hear her talk and enjoy the snail tales!
Date/Time: Wednesday, June 16, 7-8pm
To register and receive the Zoom login link, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 518-851-7120
This program is presented as a collaboration between the Claverack Free Library, Philmont Public Library, Hudson Area Library, and the Roeliff Jansen Community Library.
Program Description: Join educator, Fran Martino, and the Hudson River Fish Advisory for health advice about eating fish from New York State waters by visiting one of these outdoor, drop-in events. Learn where you can safely fish for dinner with the family, learn how to identify fish species, take a selfie at the Big Fish photo frame, and pick-up free activity books, fishing maps of local waters, and other special rewards for kids.
Date/Time: Wednesday, June 23, 5-8pm and Saturday, July 3, 11am-3pm
Program Description: HACK returns in a modified form, as tweens and teens join teaching artists Zia Anger, Rebecca Borrer and Shanekia McIntosh on a two day visual scavenger hunt throughout the streets of Hudson, NY. Using accessible digital tools, tweens and teens will explore and navigate the changes of Hudson in the past year of the pandemic. Then, they will work to assemble footage and content for a livestream broadcast via the Hudson based LiveFromQuarantine platform. Finished works will be screened on LiveFromQuarantine on June 26.
Date/Time: Saturday and Sunday, June 12-13, 11am-3pm
This project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by The Greene County Council on the Arts dba CREATE Council for Resources to Enrich the Arts, Technology & Education.
Program Description: This in-person program, led by Antonia Estela Pérez of Herban Cura, will focus on the growth and use of medicinal plants found in the Northeast, with the goal of building mutually regenerative relationships for our survival. Throughout the event, participants of all ages will have a chance to taste herbs and deepen their awareness of their own body systems, while considering the important role of plants as preventative, accessible, and sustainable medicine. Masks and social distancing will be required. If you are not feeling well, please stay home.
Date/Time: Thursday, June 10, at 6pm Previously scheduled for Wednesday, May 26, at 6pm, but postponed due to thunderstorms.
To register for this program, please email email@example.com or call 518-828-1792 x101
The River City Garden is located at 59 N. Front St, Hudson, NY 12534
This program is a Library of Local event. Library of Local is a new initiative from Lifeboats HV and the Mid-Hudson Library System that offers library patrons in the Hudson Valley a collection of books, tools, and other resources that foster local self-sufficiency and community resilience.
Program Description: Disability Rights New York (DRNY) is the federally and state-authorized Protection and Advocacy System and Client Assistance Program (P&A/CAP) for people with disabilities in New York State. DRNY provides free legal and advocacy services to individuals with disabilities. Working tirelessly to protect and advance the rights of children and adults with disabilities, DRNY is committed to enabling those we serve to exercise their own life choices and fully participate in community life. Attend this program to learn about how DRNY can help you.
Program Description: The Hudson Area Library Book Group, which reads a mixture of fiction and non-fiction, will read The Dutch House by Ann Patchett for this month’s virtual meeting and discussion. All are welcome.