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Poets’ Corner Open Mic via Zoom Tompkins Corners Cultural Center

Tompkins Corners Cultural Center is excited to present our Poets’ Corner Open Mic online with ZOOM! The Zoom ID will be coming soon but first we’ll have a place to sign up. We’ll start with our featured poet, Anne Graue, and then open the mic to readers who have signed up through our website (18 […]


Adventure NY is going virtual! As part of #AdventureAtHome, we’ll be bringing you weekly content for inspiration on how to enjoy the outdoors close to home. Check back each week for new content. Be sure to sign up for Find Your Adventure (the Camping, Wildlife Viewing, and Hiking) email newsletter as well. Week 1: Fishing Fishing is […]

Teen Writing Workshop With Gail Carson Levine

Mondays and Thursdays July 13th -July 30th 1:30-3:00 PM Acclaimed author Gail Carson Levine returns again this summer to offer a free, online creative writing workshop. If you love to write stories or poems, this is the program for you! In the course of this workshop, students will be given writing exercises and will share […]

Putnam County Memorial Day Convoy May 25th

We are Having a Memorial Day Convoy! Join us on the convoy or as we pass thru your town! Honor those who helped keep us safe and free! Putnam County Joint Veterans Council The afternoon of May 25th at 12 Noon we will gather at the county campus at 110 Old Route Six, Carmel NY. At […]

Hudson Valley Regional Farmers Market

It’s going to be a beautiful day on Sunday and the Market will be OPEN! Open Every Sunday 10am-2pm (weather permitting) (Closed on select holidays) 15 Mount Ebo Road, South Brewster, New York 10509 This Week’s Market Vendors • Market Shop Pickles and Olives • Market Shop Coffee, etc. • Clocktower Grille • Do Re […]

Mark Rust Online Concert for the Whole Family

Saturday, May 23, 2020 at 2 PM – 3 PM Hosted by Desmond-Fish Public Library UPDATE; REGISTER HERE https://forms.gle/dZx8QWHRjh8vDu3q6 Once we have the link ready for you to join the event we will email it to you. Do you know how to play the spoons? You will if you check out the upcoming concert at […]

Virtual Documentary Movie Discussion Group

Join us for Documentary Movie Discussion Group! Once a month participants will watch a documentary film then meet virtually to discuss the film and its historical context. All films are free to watch on your device (computer, laptop, tablet, phone and/or smart TV) via Hoopla. Hoopla is a free service provided by the Brewster Public […]

Environmental Education Lesson Plans #RecreateLocal

The lesson plans and accompanying activity sheets provided here were developed by DEC environmental educators. They have proven to be successful at environmental education centers, natural areas, and visits to classrooms These education tools bring young people in touch with the natural world and build their understanding of environmental issues. The lessons, which are divided […]

Space on Ryder Farm 2nd Annual Plant Sale

SPACE on Ryder Farm is thrilled to be back for our second annual Plant Sale to help your home garden thrive or kick-start the brand new one you’ve always dreamed about! Our plant starts are 100% organic and were planted right here on Ryder Farm at the end of March. In this time of uncertainty, […]

The Southeast Museum

History give us many things, a sense of who we are, a sense of pride, an opportunity to showcase our heroes, a perspective of the struggles we have endured and the knowledge that together we will get through this.   We are happy to say our programs have been and are available through Zoom sessions. […]