On Sunday, June 15 at 2:00 pm, Rosendale Theatre Presents Dancing in Jaffa (2013), a documentary film about Israeli and Palestinian children learning the basics of ballroom dancing, paired off together, and taught by the extraordinary Pierre Dulaine. Mad Hot Ballroom documented the successful decades old New York City Dancing Classroom program, the popular film Take The Lead dramatized his true-life story, and now, world champion ballroom dancer Pierre Dulaine returns to Jaffa, the city of his birth, to teach children to “dance with the enemy.” 90 minutes.
Adults $10, children 12 and under $6. For more information consult www.rosendaletheatre.org or call (845) 658-8989.
The mission of the Mid-Hudson Marketplace is to showcase and highlight local homegrown businesses in the Hudson Valley. Ideal vendors include bakers, brewers, florist, farmers, makers, crafters, coffee roasters, jewelry makers, home goods, apparel, and all things unique.
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Many of the works in the “Wake Up!” series are done on found repurposed bags, using ink-less calligraphy to write repetitions of mantras, both traditional ones or my own, serving as the base for the works. Layered over the writing is ink and/or acrylic and other mediums. Often prominently featured in the composition is an abstracted red geometric representation of a wrathful deity who encourages beings to confront our mortality, and to act with compassion towards all.
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Attention local businesses, community groups, schools, artists, musicians, performance groups and more! The 11th Annual Livingston Manor Trout Parade, Sullivan County’s own version of Mardi Gras, is scheduled for Saturday, June 14 in Livingston Manor, NY, rain or shine.
The Catskill Art Society invites you to take part in the region’s funkiest community parade and street fair. This year’s event has a “steampunk” theme. Think Jules Verne on Mars, or Sherlock Holmes with a steam-powered robot sidekick.
For more information and details on how to participate in the Trout Parade or become a sponsor, please contact the Catskill Art Society at 845-436-4227 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also find the Trout Parade on Facebook at www.facebook.com/troutparade.
Sullivan County hickster Alessandra Martia Iavarone is on drums and backing vocals with Brooklynite Rebecca Conran on keys and lead vocals. The band is called No Hard Feelings and the song is “Whoa.” You may also recognize Alessandra as “Honey Babe” in another Sully Co. outfit – Human Lard Dog and The Band of Shy.
Lace up those sneakers and walk/run at the 3rd annual Allyson Whitney 5k on Saturday, May 10 from 8:00am to 1:00pm. Enjoy scenic Kauneonga Lake and the benefits of the outdoors while supporting the Allyson Whitney Foundation’s mission to empower and fight for the interests of young adults with rare cancers.
The event will be held at the Kauneonga Lake Fireman’s Pole Barn located at 3594 Route 55, Kauneonga Lake, NY. Online registration is open until May 6 and is $25.00 for adults and $12.00 for children 12 and under and can be completed by visiting here. All pre-registered attendees will receive a race t-shirt and goodie bag with products from Weleda, Acure Organics, and so much more.
Day of race registration is $30.00 for adults and $12.00 for children 12 and under. Registration opens at 8:00am and closes and 9:45am. Each registered participants will receive a wristband that includes, pre-race breakfast, post-race BBQ lunch provided by Mr.Willy’s of Monticello, NY and other local businesses including Papa Lukes and Siennas, pre-race Zumba and stretching warm-ups, face painting and additional activities to be announced at a later date.
Get your run sponsored by family, friends and colleagues! Join the Allyson Whitney 5k team on Crowdrise and create your own fundraising page. Prizes will be given to those who receive total pledge amounts of $250.00 and up. If collecting cash pledges, bring them to Race Day registration. Record pledges and be sure to include the following: Race Participant, contributor name, and amount.
Cash awards will be provided for the first overall female and male finisher. Other awards will be given for the top 3 in the following female and male age groups: 13-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-over.
If you cannot make the event, but would like to contribute to the foundation, donations can be mailed to:
Allyson Whitney Foundation, Inc.
PO Box 586
Rock Hill, NY 12775
Or via paypal by submitting a gift to email@example.com.
Proceeds from the event will provide individuals with grants to ease their financial burden so that they can concentrate their energy on healing.
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