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Oct 1 | Plush Pumpkin Patch | 6:30-8:30
Creative Corner craft series presents “Plush Pumpkin Patch” with Crafter Maria Jones on Tuesday, October 1st, 2013, from 6:30-8:30 p.m., at the Greenwood Lake Public Library, which is located at 79 Waterstone Road in Greenwood Lake, New York. “Harvest” your very own pumpkin patch with Crafter Maria Jones, who will show you how to create pumpkins using fabric in a variety of fall colors and patterns at this fun and easy crafting program.  Make a Plush Pumpkin Patch perfect for fall décor! Registration is required either in person or by phone at (845) 477-8377 Ext. 101.  Free program.  Seating is limited; early registration highly suggested!  For info, call (845) 477-8377 Ext. 101. the day!

Oct 2, 9, 16, 23, 309 | The Needlecrafters’ Club:  Crochet | 12-2:45PM
The Needlecrafters’ Club craft series presents “Crochet” with Jo-Ann Scherer on Wednesdays, October 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd & 30th, and November 6th & 13th, 2013, from 12-2:45 p.m., at the Greenwood Lake Public Library, which is located at 79 Waterstone Road in Greenwood Lake, New York.

Learn how to crochet with Jo-Ann Scherer, who will teach a variety of stitches, as well as how to crochet in a circle, how to change colors, and how to read instructions for making dishcloths at our exciting and fun, new club, “The Needlecrafters’ Club.”  Join us!

Registration is required either in person or by phone at (845) 477-8377 Ext. 101.  Free program.  Seating is limited; early registration highly suggested!  For info, call (845) 477-8377 Ext. 101.

Oct 3 | Extending the Gardening Season | 6:30-8:30PM

Green Thumb garden series presents “Extending the Gardening Season” with Cornell Cooperative Extension of Orange County Master Gardeners on Thursday, October 3rd, 2013, from 6:30-8:30 p.m., at the Greenwood Lake Public Library, which is located at 79 Waterstone Road in Greenwood Lake, New York.

Your garden can be productive longer than you think!  Learn about the plants and cultural methods that will help you get more out of the growing season with Cornell Cooperative Extension of Orange County Master Gardeners.

Registration is required for this free ADULT program either in person or by telephone at (845) 477-8377 Ext. 101.  Seating is limited; early registration is highly suggested.

Oct 3 | Author Event with Taylor Sterling | 6:30PM
I Love You...Goodbye. Author Taylor Sterling will be on hand to teach you techniques which could transform your life. Her unique self-help book is written with a witty sense of humor and offers easy-to-implement strategies for creating a life filled with positive relationships. Register here.
Oct 5 | RJR Memorial 5K Run/Walk | 10:30AM
Our 5K course is USATF Certified Course (# NY13110JG), is guaranteed accurate, and was measured by Brian Cavanagh.] Event will be on Saturday October 5th at Apple Ridge Orchards on Jessup Road in Warwick NY. Registration will start at 830am and the race will start at 1030am. All levels of experience are welcome, as well as dogs and strollers. NEW this year is our pre-registration which is available at the following link until 9/30/13: (pre-reg is also available by mail).
Every year our 5K supports a particular family (or families) in need. This year we will be donating to a colleague of mine - a young lady who is a pediatric oncology nurse who was recently diagnosed with Lymphoma. Thank you in advance for all of your generosity and support! I am looking forward to another great fall 5K at the orchard!! Thank you & please feel free to contact me with questions, Katie Rudy: 845-987-0797  Richard Jacob Rudy Memorial Fund.
Oct 5 | Bellvale Community Annual Fall Festival | 2-5pm.
Hayrides, pumpkins, nature crafts, and other great activities for children. Light refreshments provided.
Oct 5 | Gospel Explosion on Saturday | 6:00 p.m.
At Union AME Church, 98 McEwen Street, Warwick. Life Refreshment served. For ticket information contact Channabel at 914-772-8320 or Denise Smith at 845-986-1618. Visit the Union AME booth at Applefest on Sunday, bring this Flyer and get a FREE gift. May God continue to bless you. See you on October 5.
Oct 5 | St. Stephen's Annual Fall Harvest Auction | 6:30-11:30PM
Church of St Stephen, the First Martyr. Tkts $25 pp. in advance, $40 at the door, which includes appetizers, beer, wine, dessert, coffee and tea. The evening will include a silent and live auction, door prizes, raffles and more. Tkts. may be purchased for this sell-out event at the parish office or school office. Please contact Ruthann DiMauro at 973-222-5226. or
Sunday, Oct 6 Applefest | 10AM-6PM
The Village of Warwick's festival featuring food vendors and crafts that focus upon the region's celebrated and healthy fruit, the apple. Music, entertainment, and fun for the whole family!
Oct 6 | Writers’ Club: Exit Write, Stage Left | 1-4PM
The Writers’ Club creative writing series at the Greenwood Lake Public Library presents “Exit Write, Stage Left” with Writer/Comedian Bill Keller. This six-week workshop series will take place on Sundays, October 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th, and November 3rd and 10th, 2013, from 1-4 p.m. This writing series will culminate in a comedy show performance, which will take place on Friday, November 15th, 2013, from 7-9 p.m. The Library is located at 79 Waterstone Road in Greenwood Lake, New York. These workshops, which are led by award-winning Writer and Comedian Bill Keller, are designed to teach anyone, from the novice to the professional comedian, how to be funnier! Over the course of this six-week writing series, you will learn how to construct a joke, deliver a line, and, more importantly, how to make anything funny. What could be more fun that performing your comedy act in front of your family and friends? Bill Keller has years of experience working with and writing for top late-night celebrity television hosts, such as Jay Leno, David Letterman, and Conan O’Brien, to name just a few. He has also had numerous appearances on popular comedy shows, such as Caroline’s Comedy Hour and An Evening at the Improv. Be sure to invite all your family and friends to the comedy show performance on Friday, November 15th, from 7-9 p.m., where Bill, along with a seasoned comedian, will headline the show, followed by your performance and the performances of the other members of your Writers’ Club class. Registration is required for this free ADULT program either in person or by telephone at (845) 477-8377 Ext. 101. Seating is limited; early registration highly recommended. This program is part of the “Explore the Arts @ Your Library” Project at the Greenwood Lake Public Library, which explores visual, literary, and performing arts. This Project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a re-grant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and is administered by the Arts in Orange.
Oct 7 | Generations Genealogy Club:  Ancestry 101 | 12:30-2:30 p.m.
Generations Genealogy Club research series presents “Generations Genealogy Club:  Ancestry 101” with Professional Genealogist Joseph Lieby on Mondays, October 7th, November 4th, and December 2nd, 2013, at the Greenwood Lake Public Library, which is located at 79 Waterstone Road in Greenwood Lake, New York.    Who are you?  Find the answer to this question, as well as learn about the study of genealogical records and how to research your ancestry with Professional Genealogist Joseph Lieby of the Orange County Genealogical Society and President of Palatines to America, German Genealogy Society, who will present a series of lectures to help you uncover your roots and discover who you are.
The following three topics will be covered:      1. Where to start:  An introduction to the step of researching:  Ask, Search, Record, Share.      2. Online sources:  Where to look and what to expect.      3. Organizing your genealogical research:  How not to end up with a pile of papers that are confusing to use. Registration is required for this free ADULT program either in person or by telephone at (845) 477-8377 Ext. 101.  Seating is limited; early registration suggested.    

 Oct 7 | Fall Fitness:  Heart & Sole | 9:15-10:15 a.m.  OR 10:30-11:30 a.m.
The Greenwood Lake Public Library returns its fitness series this October presenting “Fall Fitness:  Heart & Sole” with Group Fitness Instructor/Personal Trainer Priscilla Ammons on Mondays for six weeks beginning October 7th through November 11th, 2013 , for two 60-minute sessions from which to choose, either from 9:15-10:15 a.m.  OR 10:30-11:30 a.m.  The Greenwood Lake Public Library is located at 79 Waterstone Road in Greenwood Lake, New York.

Get ready to get your heart pumping with cardio exercises and your feet walking with laps at our "Heart & Sole" fall fitness program with Group Fitness Instructor and Personal Trainer, Priscilla Ammons. This class will raise your heart rate and build your endurance with cardiovascular exercise.  During class, we’ll also integrate with walking laps outside with the "sole” of your foot."  Learn to sculpt and tone your upper and lower body and develop strength with light weights.  Class will conclude with Pilates exercises and easy stretching, thus making your “heart AND soul” feel great!  All levels are welcome to attend.

A $10 non-refundable fee is due at required in-person registration.  Sessions begin promptly at 9:15 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.  Please bring a towel, bottled water, and wear comfortable shoes and clothing.  You may also bring light weights (2-8 lbs.) if you have them.

For info, call (845) 477-8377 Ext. 101.  Limited spots are available; early registration highly suggested.  Choose one session for which to register.  Join us; register today! 

Oct 8 | Author Event with Anya Settle | 6PM
Warwick graduate and author Anya Settle will sign copies and discuss here new book, Now You Tell Me! Open to parents and students.
Register here
Oct 10 | Author Event with Robert Fletcher: View from High Breeze Farm | 3:30PM
High Breeze Farm Lore of Luther Barret. Join local artist and author for a brief introduction to his new, richly illustrated book. Register here
Oct 10 | Are You Ready for Healthcare Reform? | 6:30-8PM
Learn @ Your Library lecture series at the Greenwood Lake Public Library presents ”Are You Ready for Healthcare Reform?” with Employee Benefits Consultant Alex Miller on Thursday, October 10th, 2013, from 6:30-8 p.m. The Library is located at 79 Waterstone Road in Greenwood Lake, New York. Health Exchanges? Individual Mandates? How ready are you for Obamacare? Join Employee Benefits Consultant, Alex Miller, who will discuss healthcare reform. He will help you understand the new tax penalties and government subsidies and how health insurance plans will be different starting in 2014 at the informative and timely lecture. The Open Enrollment period is October through March 2014. Return to the Library on Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013, from 4-8 p.m., when Alex will guide you through the enrollment process, which will be done using the Library’s public computers. Choose ONE 60-minute-session for which to sign-up for assistance. Patrons will be helped on a first-come, first served basis within their time period hour of choice. Some waiting time may be involved. Alex Miller is an Employee Benefits Consultant at Medical Solutions Corp. For additional information about Alex, visit This program is sponsored by Alex Miller. Registration is required either in person or by telephone at (845) 477-8377 Ext. 101 for this free ADULT program. Seating is limited; early registration highly recommended! Please register for the lecture AND the follow-up enrollment session.
Oct 10 | Outdoor Fall Evening | 5-8PM
The Vernon Chamber of Commerce and The Vernon Inn invite everyone to come out and enjoy an Outdoor Fall Evening Thursday October 10, from 5-8pm Buffet Dinner $10 for Members $20 for Non-members Cash Bar and Bonfire Please RSVP to Kristi Anderson 973-476-0878 or
Oct 10 | Glenmere Lake: The History of a Biodiversity Gem | 6:30PM
Situated for the most part in Warwick, these lands comprise habitat boating the greatest variety of animal species in the Hudson Valley. Jay Westerveld will discuss both natural and unnatural features of the area from Washington's lifetime to the present. Register here
Oct 11 | Pink Friday: Benefit for Miles of Hope | 3-9PM
The Warwick (NY) Merchants Guild and the Miles of Hope Breast Cancer Foundation are excited to announce the Second Annual Pink Friday on October 11th, 2013. Pink Friday is the brainchild of Tim Mullally, owner and operator of two clothing retail stores in Warwick, NY: Style Counsel and Blue. A seed was planted by Warwick resident and business owner Kim Corkum when she started her ‘Think Pink’ initiative, a local fund raiser for breast cancer, Mullally explained.
Oct 12 | Healthy Living: Healing Workshops: Fall 2013: Reiki, Polarity Therapy, and CranioSacral 10:30AM-12:30PM
The Healthy Living series at the Greenwood Lake Public Library presents “Healthy Living: Healing Workshops: Fall 2013: Reiki, Polarity Therapy, and CranioSacral” with Holistic Practitioner Darleen Haupt on Saturdays, October 12th, November 9th, and December 14th, 2013, from 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. The Library is located at 79 Waterstone Road in Greenwood Lake, New York. Join holistic practitioner, Darleen Haupt, at these workshops focused on healing.
This fall, Darleen will demonstrate and discuss the healing modalities of Reiki, Polarity Therapy, and CranioSacral therapies. Each month, she will focus on one of the modalities.
October’s topic is Reiki, which is a Japanese healing modality and means Universal Life Energy, which uses gentle touch to increase the flow of Ki (life energy). Reiki is a simple laying on of hands on or over a series of body locations, which can relieve stress, reduce pain, and promote faster healing. November’s topic is Polarity Therapy, which blends the wisdom of the East, Ayurveda, which is the ancient Indian “Science of Life,” with Quantum Physics and CranioSacral therapy to understand the body as energy. The underlying concept of Polarity Therapy is that all energy within the human body is based in electromagnetic force and that disease results from improperly dissipated energy. The practitioner uses highly sensitive qualities of touch to elicit varying responses and to convey specific information through the body. Polarity Therapy unblocks and recharges the flow of Life Energy and realigns unbalanced energy as a means of eliminating disease. December’s topic is CranioSacral therapy, which is a system of alternative medicine intended to relieve pain and tension by gentle, light touch manipulations of the skull and body to provide a harmonizing, natural rhythm in the central nervous system. By normalizing the environment around the brain and spinal cord, CranioSacral Therapy is able to alleviate a wide variety of dysfunctions, such as brain and spinal cord trauma, autism spectrum disorders, chronic pain, migraine headaches, cerebral palsy, stroke, neurological impairment, and stress. Don’t miss these important programs for healthy living! Registration is required for these free ADULT programs either in person or by telephone at (845) 477-8377 Ext. 101. Seating is limited; early registration suggested.
Oct 12 | Broadway actor Bruce Kuhn will reveal the story of Christ as told in Gospel of Luke |
Saturday, on stage at the former Pine Island Elementary School without props or sets, dressed in modern, casual clothing.
Oct 12,13,14 | ANNUAL SUGAR LOAF FALL FESTIVAL | Artists, Crafters, Live Music, Cultural Performances and Lots of Great Food Abound
Every year, hundreds of residents from Orange County and beyond flock to the arts & crafts hamlet of Sugar Loaf for the annual Fall Festival. This free event set in the landscape of this beautiful fall scenery, celebrates art, crafts, food, cultural performances and live music each day. Festival-goers will be able to enjoy dozens of visiting vendors, as well as Sugar Loaf Village’s boutiques and artisans famed for their wide array of unique handmade crafts and creations – an ideal opportunity to get a jump on holiday shopping! Local restaurants will provide great food and tasty treats and performances will be conducted by area musicians and poets. Customized tours of the village are also available. For more information about the Sugar Loaf Fall Festival, visit the website at or call (845) 469-9181.

Oct 13 | In Performance at The Dautaj: Richard Kimnball | 1-4 PM
Dautaj Restaurant in Warwick’s historic district, 36 Oakland Ave., 845 986 3666. Richard will be playing spontaneous arrangements of my large repertoire from “The Great American Songbook”, including jazz standards as well as newer songs from the “Brazilian Songbook”. I’ll also be  playing some of my own compositions and adaptations of great themes from the classical repertoire. I’ll be there for several weeks until I must leave to resume my thirty-five year long gig under the Brooklyn Bridge.

Columbus Day, Monday Oct 14 | REGIS HIGH SCHOOL Open House | 1-4PM
Regis High School, an all-scholarship Jesuit secondary school for Catholic boys, announces its Open House for 8th graders and their parents, to occur on Columbus Day, Monday. For additional information, please write, e-mail or call: Eric Di Michele, Director of Admissions, Regis High School, 55 East 84th Street, New York, NY 10028; 212-288-1100;
Oct 14 | New York’s Palisades Interstate Park | 1-2:30PM
Learn @ Your Library lecture series at the Greenwood Lake Public Library presents “New York’s Palisades Interstate Park” with Authors Wes and Barbara Gottlock on Sunday, October 14th, 2012, from 1-2:30 p.m. The Library is located at 79 Waterstone Road in Greenwood Lake, New York. For over one-hundred years, the Palisades Interstate Park system has provided a haven for citizens of the New York City metropolitan area. The park system was originally formed to prevent quarries from further desecrating the majestic lower Palisades cliffs. Now with well over 100,000 unspoiled acres, with Bear Mountain and Harriman Park as its crowning achievements, the parks offer a myriad of outdoor recreational activities and historic sites that attract more visitors than many major, national parks. Join authors, Barbara and Wes Gottlock, at this presentation, where they will discuss their research and feature a multitude of photographs of this majestic setting. Registration is required for this free ADULT program either in person or by telephone at (845) 477-8377 Ext. 101. Seating is limited; early registration suggested. For additional information about the authors, visit
Oct 15 | Vernon Coalition Events |
Tuesday October 15th- High School youth group meeting in room 107 from 2:10-3:15-High School students only at this time
Tuesday October 15th- Glen Meadow youth group meeting in cafeteria from 3-4:15-Glen Meadow students only at this time-must have afterschool permission slip completed (please pick up from main office)
Wednesday October 16th- Lounsberry Hollow youth group meeting in computer lab 145 from 2:45-4:10-Lounsberry Hollow students only at this time. Must have afterschool permission slip completed (please pick up from Mrs. Buchney-LH guidance counselor)

During each youth group meeting we will be discussing National Above the Influence (ATI) Day which will be celebrated on October 17th. To learn more about ATI please visit

NEED COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS?! Monday October 14th between 9am & noon (Columbus Day) want to voice record a Public Service Announcement with ClearChannel Radio?? What better way to spread positive messages throughout our community than by having one of Vernon’s youth step up to this great opportunity??!! If this is something your child/children are interested in doing please let us know as soon as possible!! (Parent must be present-as well as completed permission slip.)

Public Service Announcement: Below is the chosen PSA
:30sec General Perspective

Any questions please contact Gemma at 973-383-4787 or email Don’t forget to “LIKE” us at Vernon Coalition’s youth group Facebook page.

Gemma Chalkley
Vernon Coalition-Youth Coordinator
61 Spring Street, Newton, NJ 07860
973-383-4787 (phone) 973-383-6576 (fax)
Oct 18 | FREE Webinar - Identifying 19th Century Photos | 2:30pm to 3:30pm
Presenter: Rebecca Elder, Amigos Library Services. REGISTER HERE. There is no charge for this class for DHP constituents. This course will introduce students to common 19th century photograph types and give keys to identifying them.
Learning Objectives: Identify tintypes, daguerreotypes, albumen prints, cyanotypes, and collodion prints. Explain how these types of photographs were made. Target Audience: Anyone with interest in photographs.

Technical Requirements: Live Online System Requirements

About the Presenter
Rebecca Elder has served as the Adjunct Preservation Field Services Officer for Amigos Library Services Imaging & Preservation Service since 2004. She received her MSIS and a Certificate of Advanced Studies for Conservation of Library and Archival Materials from the University of Texas at Austin, and has a significant amount of experience in preservation and conservation through her previous work at Harvard, the Center for American History in Austin, and the Smithsonian Institution. Currently she teaches both face-to-face and live online workshops in book repair, preservation, and emergency preparedness, and frequently conducts site surveys in a variety of cultural heritage institutions in her role with Amigos.

Rebecca has provided consultations, training, and presentations on projects where Amigos has partnered with, among other institutions, the Texas State Library, the Arkansas State Library, the Oklahoma State Library, the Texas Association of Museums, the Texas Historical Commission, and many libraries, historical societies, museums and archives throughout the United States. She has recently served as a reviewer of grant applications at the request of both the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS). Rebecca is also an adjunct instructor at The University of Texas in Austin, where she teaches preservation management and Book Laboratory I. She is a member of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (AIC), the Society of American Archivists (SAA) and the Society of Southwest Archivists.

Oct 19 | Montgomery NY is the 4th Annual Music for Humanity Fund Raiser concert. |
Note: We usually don't include events from outside Warwick, but this event is a special fund-raiser. This event features two extraordinary pianists, two Masters of the Piano: Heidi Breyer and Louis Landon.

Find out more about Heidi and Louis, complete details, and buy your seats here. There are only 200 seats (50 reserved and 150 general admission). You can buy tickets in advance for as little as $10. "After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music." Aldous Huxley
Heidi and Louis express the inexpressible very well. Please join us. If you can't attend please make a tax deductible donation to Music for Humanity either online or send a check to Music for Humanity, PO Box 359, Chester NY 10918. Thanks for your generosity. The money we raise goes to help young musicians who need financial assistance to continue their undergraduate music education. We have awarded 17 scholarships to date. If we all give a little we can make a big difference in the lives of young aspiring musicians.
Sincerely, Barry Adelman, Co-Founder

Oct 19-20 | Open Studio Tour in Orange County |
Western Orange County includes the southern and western towns of Middletown, Port Jervis, Huguenot, (Download Studio list) >> Pine Island, Warwick, Greenwood Lake, Florida, Monroe and Tuxedo. Here you will find the lush and beautiful black dirt farming region, the quaint art and craft village of Sugar Loaf, and the awe-inspiring Hawk’s Nest scenic view on the Delaware River. This side of the county also offers community theatre by the Creative Theatre-Muddy Waters Players at Museum Village, professional theatre experiences at the Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center, master classes in metalworking at the Center for Metal Arts in Florida, and the lovely Warwick Valley Bed and Breakfast. Get to know the artists face2face!
Oct 19 | Greenwood Lake Trick or Treating |
2pm.: Chamber of Commerce Trick or Treating on Windermere
4pm.: Fire Department Halloween Parade Down Windermere
Oct 27 | Albert Wisner Public Library Presents Eros & Psyche: Play Reading with Donna Spectorm | 1:30PM
Read a part in Donna Spector's new comedic take the ancient Greek myth or join the audience for an entertaining Sunday afternoon. Register here. One McFarland Drive, Warwick, NY 10990. Tel: 986-1047
Oct 29 | Transatlantic Pieties: Dutch Clergy in Colonial America" 6:30PM
Join two Dutch colonial history experts, Russell Gasero and John Coakley, for a lively presentation on Dutch Clergy in Colonial America, celebrating the publication of their new book, "Transatlantic Pieties: Dutch Clergy in Colonial America". Also, in the spirit of the season, allow them to share their unique knowledge and experience of, "The sleepy Hollow Connection and the Early Dutch."

The Curator's Choice is, once again, hosted by the Warwick Historical Society. The doors will open at 6:30, reservations are preferred (please call 845-986-3236 or email, however, entry may be paid for at the door. Cost is $10.00 per person, refreshments served.

This is an informative and timely topic. Please set this evening aside and plan to spend it with others who have a quest for knowledge, a love of history and an understanding that the past informs the future! Venue: A.W. Buckbee Center, Address: 2 Colonial Avenue, Warwick

Oct 31 | Village of Florida | 6PM
Annual Halloween Parade begins at 6PM tonight (depending upon the number of participants) followed by the costume judging at the Firehouse. Includes chicken dinner, dessert. soda, beer, wine and entertainment. Costume required, no one under 21 admitted. Cost $30. Florida Fire House, 19 South Main St., Florida, NY Call 845-651-1858 for details.
Oct 31 | Warwick Halloween Parade |
Parade lineup to be hosted by the REC Dept. and Lions Club, at 4:30 on Church St. At 5PM the children will parade down Main Street to the Railroad Green.
Oct 31 | Halloween Bash | 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Join us for this kid friendly, fun-filled event at Warwick Assembly. Lots of activities planned such as: Putt Putt Challenge, Roasting Marshmallows, Indoor Bounce House, Popcorn, Hot Cocoa, Apple Cider, Coffee, Games, Prizes ... and yes CANDY! So after you've done with the Main Street Parade, come on over.All are invited. See you then. Address: 60 South Street, Corner 2nd & South
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