Bee My Honey
Stony Kill Farm Environmental Education Center, Route 9D in Wappingers Falls
Introduce children to the wonders of insects. Come to Stony Kill Farm Environmental Education Center on Saturday, July 1 at 10:00 am and with a beekeeping hobbyist, explore how honey is made and how the hive works. Pictures and activities help children to understand the many purposes that insects fulfill. Fee is $2.00 per person. Recommended for ages four to seven years old. Please pre-register by calling Stony Kill at (845) 831-8780.
The Church of the Resurrection in Hopewell Junction
What is the point of life? What happens when we die? What relevance does Jesus have for our lives today? How do we deal with guilt? If you would like to explore any of these questions then Alpha is for you. April 22nd through June 24th. Every Tuesday at 6:30. Call (845) 226-5727 for more information.
Decker on "City and County"
City and County is proud to announce that Glenn Decker, Commissioner of Ulster County Social Services will appear on Tuesday July 1 at 7:00 PM. The weekly show is hosted by Shelly Zimbler, Chairman of Kingston Public Access.
Mr. Decker will address issues of the programs mission, and overview the entire agenda. He will talk about the child preventative and child abuse programs, and how they are administered and financed. Watch and listen as Mr Decker discusses' Ulster County and its Safety Net assistance program and determine why the City of Kingston and the local towns taxes have increased.