Arthritis is the #1 cause of disability in the United States, affecting more than 50 million people. The Arthritis Foundation is committed to finding a cure for the millions of people who suffer from arthritis pain, including 300,000 children and their families.
Walk to Cure Arthritis is the Arthritis Foundation’s nationwide signature event that rallies communities and raises funds to conquer arthritis once and for all. Join us for the Walk to Cure Arthritis and say Yes to helping create a world where people don’t have to struggle to button their shirt, tie their shoe, pick up their child or grandchild or play with their friends. As Champions of Yes, it’s up to us to make sure that people with arthritis have life changing resources and information to manage their disease, access to the critical medications they need to live full, healthy lives and to accelerate the path to better treatments and a cure through cutting-edge research.
Join the fight and Walk to Cure Arthritis – register, fundraise, come together to support each other and walk. Another step, another victory.
For more help or information about the 2019 Walk to Cure Arthritis Hudson Valley, contact Donna Mangione by email email@example.com or by phone 917-794-2103.
Join in on a fabulous excursion throughout the Hudson Valley wine country for exclusive tours, tastings, snacks, a buffet lunch, dessert, and goodie bags! The Little Wine Bus will depart from HGAR’s White Plains offices.
First stop – the historic Newburgh Brewing Company, the Hudson Valley’s newest brewery. Learn all about craft beers, take a tour and taste some samples! Then enjoy a delicious buffet lunch.
Next stop – Nostrano Vineyards, the Valley’s newest winery in Marlboro. Enjoy the amazing views and taste their wines, including a new rose. Cheese, crackers and chocolates will be served.
Final stop – Palaia Winery in Highland Mills. Once a dairy farm, the 200-year old barn is a beautiful winery. A dessert table will be included with your wine tastings.
Join the Tour of Hudson Valley for 5 courses paired with 5 amazing Hudson Valley Brewery beers. Food will also be sourced from the Hudson Valley as well. snack- Crossroads, Brick Row Red duck confit & wild mushroom hash- poached egg- sour dough toast
On May 15, 2019, the Children’s Home of Poughkeepsie will participate in the 4th annual Hudson Valley Gives Day! Please save the date.
What is Hudson Valley Gives? Hudson Valley Gives is a day of giving fueled by passion, collaboration and the power of social media. You can think of it as a type of digital telethon that benefits hundreds of much-deserving nonprofits in our area.
At the Children’s Home, we see this as an incredible opportunity to unite our community around causes in which we truly believe in and help nonprofit organizations like ours connect to the larger community.
How can you help. Please join our campaign and help us reach our goal to raise $5,000 to support Ivy’s Fund, which funds the facility service dog program at the Children’s Home of Poughkeepsie! Currently the Children’s Home has three facility services dogs, Ace, Marshall and Elvis, who work 5-days a week offering comfort and unconditional, non-judgmental love to all of the children in care.
The Creator Fest 2019 goes down this Sunday May 5th. Join the festivites for a fun day celebrating the arts and creators here in the Hudson Valley featuring live music, drinks, craft vendors, food and more.
Join the hike to explore Verkeerderkill Falls, a lake, ice caves and a dwarf pitch pine forest. They will also have excellent panoramic views of the Shawangunk Mountains during the hike. Please be prepared for all conditions.
Wear appropriate clothing and waterproof boots as the approach to the waterfalls might be wet and muddy. Bring enough water (minimum 2L) for a 8 mile hike and a packed lunch. Also a headlamp might be helpful for the ice caves.
Following the hike, we will grab food and drinks at one of the restaurants in town or you can head out.
We can set up a car pool for everyone. Please email the organizer if you can offer a ride or need a ride. plant to be at the trailhead by 10 AM, we will leave promptly.
When: Saturday and Sunday, April 27 + 28th, 2019 at 11 AM – 4 PM
Where: 91 Cottage Rd, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601-1276, United States
KidVenture is an interactive and educational event featuring activities, live performances, demonstrations, technology exhibits, career exploration experiences, and more. See itinerary below.
SATURDAY All Day
Exhibitors Touch-A-Truck Ride the Roaming Railroad Bee Bee the Clown Performances Two By Two Zoo Pony Rides by Lucky Orphans Horse Rescue, Inc. Mad Science of the Mid-Hudson presents, Baby T-Rex Roaming Raceway: Slot Car & RC Tracks Food Trucks
Noon Zaritsky Magic Show 1 PM Bossy Frog Performance 2 PM Reptile Encounter Show 3 PM Aerophone Community Band 2 – 4 PM Meet Hailey Germano, Miss New York Teen USA
SUNDAY All Day
Exhibitors Touch-A-Truck Ride the Roaming Railroad Two By Two Zoo Pony Rides by Lucky Orphans Horse Rescue, Inc. Mad Science of the Mid-Hudson presents, Baby T-Rex Roaming Raceway: Slot Car & RC Tracks Food Trucks Meet Batman & Robin
Noon Reptile Encounter Show 1 PM Soccer Skills Clinic for Kids and Bee Bee the Clown Show 2 PM Performance from Spackapella, of Spackenkill High School 2:30 PM Running Clinic for Kids 3 PM K-9 Unit Demo
Proceeds benefit the Chamber Foundation, Inc. The Chamber Foundation, Inc., was established in 2002 to promote education and training programs for local youth and professionals with the goal of enhancing the Hudson Valley region’s future of economic growth.
Long-time HVWC teacher returns to the Center to teach her popular Monday Night Poetry Class.
Kathleen Ossip is the author of The Do-Over, a New York Times Editors’ Choice; The Cold War, which was one of Publishers Weekly’s best books of 2011; The Search Engine, which was selected by Derek Walcott for the American Poetry Review/Honickman First Book Prize; and Cinephrastics, a chapbook of movie poems. Her poems have appeared in Best American Poetry, Best American Magazine Writing, the Washington Post, Paris Review, Poetry, The Believer, A Public Space, and Poetry Review (London). She teaches at The New School in New York, and she is the editor of the poetry review website SCOUT. She has received a fellowship from the New York Foundation for the Arts.