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2015 EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES THROUGHOUT THE WARWICK NY
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Second Monday | The EAA (Experimental Aircraft Association) Chapter 69 | 8PM
Monthly meetings are held in the EAA hangar at Warwick Municipal Airport, 41 Airport Road, Warwick, NY.  Everyone interested in aviation is invited, especially those interested in home-built airplanes.  For additional information, call Bill at 845-544-1796.
This Month's Current Warwick Valley School Community Activities & Events>>
Now through this month: Summer School Registration
Mulberry Tree Learning
10 Colonial Ave. Warwick, NY 10990 Phone: 845-986-6498. Having spent nearly 20 years as a teacher, school psychologist, and school administrator, Deborah Giuliani is one of the most highly qualified instructors and educational consultants available for children with special needs.
Deborah began her career in elementary education and quickly gained the credentials to become a Special Education teacher, a School Psychologist and a Director of Special Education Services. She holds professional credentials in School District Administration, School Psychology, Special Education, Elementary Education, and has completed specialized training in the Orton-Gillingham multi-sensory approach to reading instruction. Now taking registration for summer programs>>
Fridays | Country Pickins Auction | 5:30PM Auction; 2PM Preview
Come out for a fun night at "Country Pickins Auction Hall". We are packed with 3 new estates anything from sterling, signed artwork, movie memoribilia, sporting equipment, signed oils, home decor, fine furniture, records, cds, way to much to list! For pictures please visit www.auctionzip.com and punch in ID # 31802! EVERYONE IS INVITED TO ATTEND! NO DEALERS LICENSE REQUIRED! WE ACCEPT VISA, MC, DISCOVER, AND CASH. EVERYTHING IS SOLD "AS IS" SO PLEASE COME AHEAD OF TIME FOR PREVIEW..... Preview time starts day of sale at 2PM. Food available on premises. Clean/Friendly environment! If you have never been to an auction this one is for you! For consigning to our next upcoming auctions please call Sabrina at 201-925-0215 Venue: AUCTION - RUN BY COUNTRY PICKINS AUCTION HALL Address: 842 PULASKI HIGHWAY, (CORNER OF BIG ISLAND ROAD) LARGE GREEN BUILDING
1st and 3rd Saturdays | Warwick Film Club | 7:30-9:30PM
Warwick Valley Community Center. Ages 18+ are welcome. Call 845-986-6422.
2nd Sunday | At the Movies - Albert Wisner Library | at various times
Second Sunday of the Month Film; Classic Movies -
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2nd Tuesday | Independent Film Night @ Greenwood Lake Public Library
Second Tuesday of the month; adults; FREE. Shows begin promptly at 7PM. Free refreshments served. Registration required: 845-477-8377 #101 or in person!
May 1 | Healthy Living: It’s All Eyes on Healthy Vision | 7-8PM
The award-winning Healthy Living series at the Greenwood Lake Public Library presents “Healthy Living: It’s All Eyes on Healthy Vision” with Optometric Physician Kenneth Bair on Thursday, May 1st, 2014, from 7-8 p.m. The Library is located at 79 Waterstone Road in Greenwood Lake, New York. Join Optometric Physician, Dr. Kenneth Bair, of West Milford Vision Center, at this important Healthy Living program focusing on eye health to coincide with National Healthy Vision Month during the month of May. Don’t take your eyes for granted; make eye health a priority by protecting your vision. Dr. Bair’s informative presentation will teach you all about the important steps you can take to maintain healthy vision, such as getting regular eye examinations, including a dilated eye exam, living a healthy lifestyle by eating healthy foods, knowing your family history, and wearing protective eye wear and sunglasses, to name just a few steps that you can take to help prevent vision loss or blindness from many eye diseases and conditions. Celebrate Healthy Vision Month by taking these steps to ensure that you’ll be seeing well for a lifetime. Don’t miss this important program for healthy living! 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 Dr. Bair or to make an eye examination appointment, visit www.baireyes.com or call (973) 728-1101. This program is sponsored by Dr. Bair.
May 2, 9 | Anne Frank Exhibit Tours | 3:30-4:30PM
Please call Rosemary at the Albert Wisner Library (ext. 6) to schedule tyours appropriate for ages 10 and up.
May 2 | Fourth Annual Motorcycle Blessing | 12 noon
An outdoor blessing at St. Stephen Churchg., 75 Sanfordville Rd., Warwick, NY; followed by voluntary 40-mile ridge through coubntry roads and Oarty with Bike events at Pennings Orchard abnd Farm Market, 161 Route 94 South, Warwick, NY 10990. $20 per person, includes entrance to party and buffet. Three events: slowest roll, perfect circles, and figure 8s. Prizes awarded. Call Fr. Micciulla 845-986-4028 or e-mail parichial_vicar@aol.com.
Note: Although this exhibition is being held in San Francisco, it is noteworthy because of the artist, Kurt Seligman, lived and worked in Sugar Loaf, now the home of the Orange Arts Council. May 9-June 13 | WEINSTEIN GALLERY PRESENTS KURT SELIGMANN:
FIRST MESSAGE FROM THE SPIRIT WORLD OF THE OBJECT IN SAN FRANCISCO
We are delighted to announce Weinstein Gallery's upcoming exhibition, Kurt Seligmann: First Message from the Spirit World of the Object. The exhibition is the first major retrospective of Seligmann's work in 55 years. It will feature over 50 paintings, including four from our collection, as well as several significant works on paper, spanning all four decades of Seligmann's oeuvre. Weinstein Gallery will host an opening reception and a roundtable discussion with art historians Martica Sawin, Stephen Hauser and Stephen Robeson Miller on Saturday, May 9, as well as an afternoon lecture by Martica Sawin on Sunday, May 10. Both the roundtable and the opening reception are open to the public. Please find complete details,
Sunday May | 10th Annual Taste of the Town | 1-6PM
Restaurants offering "Tapas-style" servings of appetizers, entrees & desserts. Judged Awards presented for Best Entree, Best Dessert, and Best Booth Design. Entertainment: An interesting mix of live performances for the enjoyment of all ages!

The Hudson Valley is a food lover's paradise with hundreds of restaurants in the area, including locally grown, raised or produced food and drink. Every May, residents and visitors get an opportunity to enjoy food from more than 25 of the valley’s most popular eateries. Restaurants are selected to gather at St. Stephen’s parish and provide samples of culinary delights for minimal prices. The event gives area chefs a chance to showcase their talents and creativity, and there's no better place for new restaurants to get noticed. Filling up on goodies is for a great cause, as all proceeds from the event benefit St. Stephen’s parish and school.

Tickets
Admission tickets are $4 in advance and $5 at the door for ages 13 and up. 12 and under admitted free with a paying adult. Foods tickets are $1.00 each -- tastes range from 2-3 tickets each; beer and wine are offered at 3-5 tickets each.

Presale admission tickets will be available beginning Friday, March 22 at St. Stephen's Church office and St. Stephen-St.Edward School, 75 Sanfordville Road, Warwick. Hours - Church office - 9am-9pm, Monday-Friday 9am-1pm, Saturday and 8am-2pm on Sundays.

Also available at Frazzleberries, 24 Main Street, Warwick.

May | Warwick Valley Chorale | 4- 5:30PM
Reformed Church, 16 Maple Ave., Warwick NY. The Warwick Valley Chorale, Orange County’s longest continually active and most distinguished community chorus, is proud and excited to announce its 73rd Annual Spring Concert, “An All American Program,” featuring selections by Randall Thompson and George Gershwin. Under the expert direction of Stanley Curtis and with accompaniment by Gail Johnson, Chorale members will perform a tribute to Randall Thompson with selections of “Glory To God,” “Alleluia,” “The Testament of Freedom,” and “The Gift Outright” from “A Concord Contata”. Gershwin selections include “Porgy And Bess,” a medley from the musical “Crazy For You,” “Song of Spring” from the 1937 film “Damsels in Distress.” Completing the program will be Harley Ades arrangement “Twentiana,” a collection of your favorite Broadway songs from the Roaring Twenties.

Over the summer months the Warwick Valley Chorale will perform some Civil War era songs for our Town of Warwick’s U.S. Civil War Plaque Dedication, as well as performing selections from our “All American Program” at local nursing and retirement homes.

May 10 | Warwick Farmers Market Opening Day | 9AM-2PM
Market vendors and artisans offer a wide variety of locally growjn and freshly produced items to make this a special Mother's Day!. South Street Pasrking Lot, Village of Warwick NY.

May 13 | WORKING (POTLUCK) DINNER WITH SUE WRBICAN | 6:30pm
THE EVENTUAL OUTCOME OF AN INSTANT (AUTUMN 2015)
Join us for a working dinner as we solidify our plans for "The Eventual Outcome of an Instant," a community-sculpture project, imagined by artist Sue Wrbican. Please bring a place setting and a dish to share. All are welcome.
Drawing inspiration from the landscape and the paintings of Kay Sage, Wrbican has designed site-specific works for the Seligmann homestead. The sculptures will be constructed collaboratively over the course of five weekends between August 6 and September 6. In this particular meeting we will focus on the structure and stability of the works.

May 14 | Conversations with Anne | 7:00pm 
The Anne Frank Center's signature live drama performance is taken directly from Anne's diary. Ideal for student and family audiences, the program prpvides a uniquely personal gllimpse into Anne's time in hiding.
May 17 | Red Hat Society Chapter "Warwick Ladies' Tea Club" | 1:30PM
Carol Ann Cesare, TallulahTeapot@gmail.com. Phone Number (845) 477-9595. New Red Hat Society chapter
"Warwick Ladies' Tea Club" is meeting in Charlotte's Tea Room, 15 Oakland Avenue,Warwick, NY 10990 on Sunday, May 17, 2015 at i:30 PM. Send an E-mail to Carol Ann if you would like to attend. Women from 21 on are welcome. $30 per lady.

May 19 | Memorial Day Tribute: Military Horses | 6:30-8:30PM
Learn @ Your Library lecture series at the Greenwood Lake Public Library presents “Memorial Day Tribute:  Military Horses” with Linda Blake on Tuesday, May 19th, 2015, from 6:30-8:30 p.m.  The Library is located at 79 Waterstone Road in Greenwood Lake, New York.
Horses have been beside man during warfare for all time, not only to bear their warrior masters on the battlefield, but also to pull war supplies, cannons, and ambulances.

Join Linda Blake for a presentation that will honor and remember these faithful, hard-working, selfless companions as four-legged soldiers on Memorial Day.  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.

May | Amity Arts Presents: Spring Sale | 4-7PM, 10AM-5PM
Hot Glass blowing demonstrations will be on going each day and a few lucky people will be chosen to help make their own vase. Portraits of visitors painted by Janet Fatta, these mini-portraits make great family gifts. Studio gift certificate raffle that will benefit the Brian Ahearn Fund. Messina is launching several new designs including her Vetro Murrine and Junkyard Gems Jewelry. This is a fun event for the whole family and you may leave with a piece of art or special gift that will last forever! FEaturing these artists: Louis FATTA, Metal Sculptures; Gary GENETTI, Blown & Kiln Formed Glass; Mena MESSINA, Sculptural Jewelry; Janet Howard-FATTA, Paintings/Portraits/Prints

May 24 | THE FETISH OF THE PRIMITIVE IN TWENTIETH CENTURY ART; A LECTURE BY WILLIAM SEATON|2PM
Seligmann's Studio; Free Public Lecture.
Though the impact of what was once called “primitive” art on Cubists, Dadaists, Surrealists, and other modern artists is well-known, it was rarely a matter of simple influence. Seaton will provide a sketch of the significance of primitivism to artists and writers and will examine in particular their relations in the formation of the ideas of the modern and the avant-garde.

Seaton is a poet, translator, and critic who has long been involved in the avant-garde both as a participating artist and as a scholar. As an artist he performed in happenings in the 60s and during the 70s worked with the Cloud House group in San Francisco. More recently he has produced a series of evenings of performance art under the title Surreal Cabaret. In the role of scholar he is the author of Dada Poetry: an Introduction, and he has spoken on the concept of the avant-garde in talks presented by the Apocalypse, Millenarism, New Boundaries Conference, the New York College English Association, the New York Council for the Humanities, and the SUNY New Paltz German Department.

Visit Sugar Loaf's annual Spring Festival before or after the lecture: http://www.sugarloafnewyork.com/fun/2015/01/29/sugar-loaf-spring-festival-2015/

May 25| Memorial Day Parade and Service Pine Island | 8AM-Noon
After 8AM Mass at St. Stanislaus Church on Pulaski Highway, the Parade units will assemble and then proceed toi the cemetery. Afterwards ALL are invited to enjoy refreshments at PLAV.
May 25 | Vernon Township | 10AM
Parade lineup begins at Dairy Queen on Route 94, continuies along Route 94 then left onto Vernon Crossing Road and finishing at Vernon Memorial Park (The Flats) with a memorial service.
May 25 | Memorial Day Parade Village of Warwick | 10AM-Noon
Lineup begins at 10AM, then parade begins and travels to the Memorial Park Monument.
May 25 | Memorial Day Parade Village of Greenwood Lake| 2PM
The GWL American Legion will hold a memorial dedication ceremony for US Marine Corps Lance Corporal Scott A. Lynch, of the 2nd Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment Scout Sniper Platoon, killed in action in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. The event will take place at the Greenwood Lake American Legion Post.
May 25 | Memorial Day Parade Village of Florida | 2PM
May 31 | Wine & Cheese & Jazz Party | 4-6PM
Lewis Park, Main Street, Warwick, NY; Ticket Price is $35 in advance; $40 at the door. Featuring selected wines from the
United States of America and hand selected domestic cheeses. With Warwick’s own..Michael Jackson ~ Jazz Guitarist And the beautiful spring foliage in Lewis Park. For information, please visit www.warwickhistoricalsociety.org Or Call A.W. Buckbee Center at 845-986-3236Proceeds go toward fulfilling the Historical Society of the Town of Warwick’s mission statement. EDUCATION, PRESERVATION, CELEBRATION!
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