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Tani Tabbel Trio per­forms Oct. 16 in Kingston

WHAT: Per­for­mance by the Tani Tab­bal Trio WHEN: Oct. 16 at 4 p.m.

WHERE: The Lace Mill, 165 Cor­nell St., Kingston

DE­TAILS: Jazz fans are fa­mil­iar with Tani Tab­bal’s work from record­ings and live per­for­mances with many of the world’s most re­spected jazz artists. As a teenager, his first dates with Os­car Brown Jr., Phil Cohran and Sun Ra and his Arkestra at­tracted early ac­claim. The sought-af­ter drum­mer has since toured/ recorded with a di­verse ros­ter of artists, in­clud­ing Roscoe Mitchell, David Mur­ray, James Carter, Geri Allen, Cas­san­dra Wil­son, Dewey Red­man and Karl Berger. Join­ing him will be Adam Seigel on alto sax­o­phone and Michael Bi­sio on bass. A do­na­tion of $10 is sug­gested.

CON­TACT: Visit The Lace Mill’s Facebook page for more in­for­ma­tion.

SUNY Ul­ster hosts Do­mes­tic Vi­o­lence In­for­ma­tion Fo­rum

WHAT: Do­mes­tic Vi­o­lence In­for­ma­tion Fo­rum WHEN: Oct. 28 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. WHERE: Col­lege Lounge in Van­der­lyn Hall on the SUNY Ul­ster cam­pus, 491 Cot­tekill Road

DE­TAILS: The col­lege is host­ing the Fourth An­nual Do­mes­tic Vi­o­lence In­for­ma­tion Fo­rum. The con­fer­ence will fo­cus on par­tic­i­pants telling their story around do­mes­tic vi­o­lence is­sues. By shar­ing, sto­ry­tellers be­come agents of change, fos­ter­ing com­pas­sion, un­der­stand­ing and pub­lic aware­ness. Ul­ster County do­mes­tic vi­o­lence re­sources will be pre­sented. The con­fer­ence is co-spon­sored by the Ul­ster County In­ter­a­gency Coun­cil on Do­mes­tic Vi­o­lence, Ul­ster County Ex­ec­u­tive Michael Hein, SUNY Ul­ster and the TMI Pro­ject. The TMI Pro­ject is a non-profit or­ga­ni­za­tion of­fer­ing trans­for­ma­tive mem­oir work­shops and per­for­mances that in­vite sto­ry­tellers and au­di­ence mem­bers to ex­plore new per­spec­tives. Ad­mis­sion is free, and the pub­lic is in­vited. Pre-reg­is­tra­tion is re­quired.

CON­TACT: Visit sun­yul­ster. edu/tmi_pro­ject to pre­reg­is­ter.

Pough­keesie art cen­ter hosts preschool sto­ry­times

WHAT: Art-re­lated preschool sto­ry­times WHEN: Oct. 21 and Nov. 18, with both from 1:30 to 2:15 p.m.

WHERE: Frances Lehman Loeb Art Cen­ter on the Vas­sar Col­lege cam­pus, 124 Ray­mond Ave., Pough­keep­sie

DE­TAILS: The cen­ter will host two free art-re­lated sto­ry­time programs for preschool chil­dren ages 3-5 this fall. Each ses­sion of “Sto­ry­time in the Mu­seum” will fo­cus on a dif­fer­ent theme and will in­clude sto­ries, po­ems and a sim­ple hands-on ac­tiv­ity re­lated to the art on view in the gal­leries. Oc­to­ber’s theme is “Na­ture” and Novem­ber’s theme is “I Spy/Ob­ser­va­tion.” Strollers are wel­come in the gal­leries, but large bags, food, and drink are not per­mit­ted and may be stored in cub­bies in the mu­seum. No pre-reg­is­tra­tion is nec­es­sary.

CON­TACT: Call (845) 4375632 or visit fllac.vas­sar.edu for more in­for­ma­tion.

Cir­cle of Friends for the Dy­ing Event on Oct. 20

WHEN: Cir­cle of Friends for the Dy­ing Death Café event WHEN: Oct. 20 from 6:30 to 9 p.m.

WHERE: Wes­ley Room at St. James United Methodist Church, 35 Pearl St., Kingston

DE­TAILS: The Cir­cle of Friends for the Dy­ing will mark the fourth year of brings Death Cafés to the area. Fol­low­ing a new for­mat, the Rev. Lynda Elaine Carré will present “Talk­ing About Dy­ing with the Dy­ing.” The talk will be pre­ceded by mu­sic for gath­er­ing with Roses and Rust, and fol­lowed by the Death Café Con­ver­sa­tion. Carré serves the Mid-Hud­son Valley com­mu­nity as a pal­lia­tive and hospice chap­lain and in­ter­faith spir­i­tual care and tran­si­tions guide for liv­ing well through ag­ing, ill­ness and dy­ing. She will share some sce­nar­ios drawn from be­ing with more than 100 peo­ple who have died. Sug­ges­tions for tim­ing and guide­lines around dif­fi­cult, sen­si­tive con­ver­sa­tions will be the fo­cus of the pre­sen­ta­tion, with time for ques­tions and an­swers. Death Cafés pro­vide a safe and re­laxed en­vi­ron­ment for con­ver­sa­tion and shar­ing. Death Café is not a be­reave­ment sup­port group. It is a place to freely talk about dy­ing and death and re­lated is­sues. All are wel­come. There is no ad­mis­sion fee and no reg­is­tra­tion is re­quired. Cof­fee, tea and cake will be served.

CON­TACT: Call (845) 802-0970, send an email to info@cfdhv.org or visit facebook.com/CFDDeathCafe for more in­for­ma­tion.

Hal­loween cos­tume dance party in Red Hook on Oct. 28

WHAT: Mon­ster Mash cos­tume dance party WHEN: Oct. 28 at 6:30 p.m. WHERE: Red Hook Fire­house, 42 Fire­house Lane, Red Hook

DE­TAILS: Ghouls, gob­lins, witches and other creepy things won’t be go­ing bump in the night, but they will be do­ing the limbo dur­ing Red Hook Pub­lic Li­brary’s an­nual Mon­ster Mash cos­tume dance party at the fire­house. It will be an evening of mu­sic, danc­ing, a spi­der egg toss, make madlib mon­sters, re­lay races be­tween spi­der and fly, and plenty of other ac­tiv­i­ties. All ages are wel­come. The pro­gram is free and open to the pub­lic.

CON­TACT: Call the li­brary at (845) 758-3241 or visit red­hook­li­brary.org for more in­for­ma­tion.

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