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West Point, Ar­ling­ton High bands in col­lab­o­ra­tive con­cert

WHAT: Col­lab­o­ra­tive con­cert fea­tur­ing the West Point Band WHEN: Oct. 28 at 7 p.m. WHERE: Ar­ling­ton High School, 1157 state Route 55, LaGrangeville

DE­TAILS: The West Point Band and the Ar­ling­ton High School Wind En­sem­ble will per­form some of the best tra­di­tional and con­tem­po­rary wind band mu­sic. Un­der the di­rec­tion of Rich Guillen, the Ar­ling­ton High Wind En­sem­ble will kick off the con­cert with Vaughn Wil­liams’ “English Folk Song Suite,” be­fore com­bin­ing with the West Point Band for a per­for­mance of Percy Grainger’s “Chil­dren’s March.” West Point Band Com­man­der and Con­duc­tor Col. An­drew Esch will lead the West Point Band through the rest of the per­for­mance, which will in­clude pieces such as David Maslanka’s “Morn­ing Star,” Eric Whi­tacre’s “Lux Arumque” and the fi­nal movement of Michael Daugh­erty’s “Brook­lyn Bridge,” fea­tur­ing clar­inetist Staff Sgt. Sam Ross. Ad­mis­sion is free, and the con­cert is open to all.

CON­TACT: Call (845) 938-2617 or visit west­point­band.com for more in­for­ma­tion.

New Paltz Cham­ber offers Golf Out­ing, Net­work­ing Day

WHAT: New Paltz Re­gional Cham­ber of Com­merce Golf Out­ing and Net­work­ing Day WHEN: Oct. 21 at noon

WHERE: New Paltz Golf Course, 215 Huguenot St., New Paltz

DE­TAILS: The cham­ber’s Golf Out­ing and Net­work­ing Day will fea­ture nine holes of golf, fol­lowed by a cock­tail party at Up­stairs on 9 Café. Along with golf and the cock­tail party, there will be a bar­be­cue and prizes (clos­etto-pin, long­est drive, etc.). There will also be a cash bar on and off the course. The cost for golf is $85 per per­son, $75 per per­son for cham­ber mem­bers. The cost for the cock­tail party only is $30, $25 for cham­ber mem­bers. On­line pre­paid reg­is­tra­tion is re­quired.

CON­TACT: Call (845) 255-0243 or visit new­paltzcham­ber.org to reg­is­ter or for more in­for­ma­tion.

Moon­walk takes place Oct. 21 at Hud­son Val­ley Rail Trail

WHAT: Oc­to­ber Moon­walk WHEN: Oct. 21 from 7 to 9 p.m. WHERE: Hud­son Val­ley Rail De­pot, 101 New Paltz Road, High­land

DE­TAILS: The guided moon­walk will fea­ture light snacks, bev­er­ages and a bon­fire. Reg­is­tra­tion is at 7 p.m. From the de­pot, the walk will go west­ward to Tony Wil­liams Park and re­turn to the de­pot for light re­fresh­ments. Fea­tured events in­clude the High­land High School Theater Club pre­sent­ing “Our Town of Lloyd: A Walk Through His­tory” along Hud­son Val­ley Rail Train be­gin­ning at 7 p.m. Pro­fes­sional sto­ry­teller Jonathan Heiles will be­gin telling sto­ries at 8 p.m. around the bon­fire. The en­trance fee is $5, with chil­dren ages 6 and un­der free. Bring flash­lights, but pets, bikes and scoot­ers are not al­lowed on the walk. The event will take place rain or moon­shine.

CON­TACT: Visit hud­son­va­l­leyrail­trail.net or on Face­book at face­book.com/hud­son­va­l­ley. rail­trail or call (845) 691-6313 for more in­for­ma­tion.

Mu­seum will host lec­ture on wa­ter quality

WHAT: Lec­ture, “A Tale of Three Creeks: Us­ing Com­mu­nity Sci­ence to Im­prove Wa­ter Quality in the Hud­son River Wa­ter­shed” WHEN: Oct. 19 at 7 p.m.

WHERE: River­port Wooden Boat School at Hud­son River Mar­itime Mu­seum, 50 Ron­d­out Land­ing, Kingston

DE­TAILS: River­keeper’s Dan Shap­ley will speak as part of the mu­seum’s Lec­ture Se­ries. Shap­ley, who has won nu­mer­ous awards writ­ing about the Hud­son Val­ley en­vi­ron­ment, will fo­cus on com­mu­ni­ca­tions and ad­vo­cacy re­lated to the find­ings of the com­mu­nity sci­ence re­search model used for col­lect­ing wa­ter quality data. A do­na­tion of $5 is sug­gested.

CON­TACT: Call (845) 338-0071, ext. 15, or visit hrmm.org or the mu­seum’s Face­book page.

Cer­e­mony will mark na­ture pre­serve’s open­ing

WHAT: Rib­bon cut­ting to open na­ture pre­serve WHEN: Oct. 15 at 11 a.m.

WHERE: Scenic Hud­son High Banks Pre­serve, 132 River Road (county Route 24), Ul­ster Park

DE­TAILS: Project donors, pub­lic of­fi­cials and other project sup­port­ers will join Scenic Hud­son in a rib­bon cut­ting to mark the open­ing of the or­ga­ni­za­tion’s new­est pub­lic park, Scenic Hud­son High Banks Pre­serve. En­com­pass­ing 287 acres, the pre­serve will of­fer new op­por­tu­ni­ties for town res­i­dents and vis­i­tors to en­gage in out­door re­cre­ation while ex­plor­ing the land’s re­mark­ably di­verse nat­u­ral fea­tures. Fol­low­ing the rib­bon cut­ting, fam­i­lyfriendly hikes and ac­tiv­i­ties are sched­uled to start at 11:30 a.m.

CON­TACT: Call Scenic Hud­son at (845) 473-4440 or visit scenichud­son.org for more in­for­ma­tion.

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