June 23, 2010 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

Religious Services

ST. MARY’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN THE HIGHLANDS 1 Chestnut Street, Cold Spring Fr. Shane Scott-Hamblen, Rector, 265-2539 Mr. More...

Defensive Driving Course Offered At Butterfield

The Julia L. Butterfield Memorial Library will, once again, host an Empire Safety Council Accident Prevention Workshop on Saturday, June 26, from 10am to 4pm. More...

Max Garfinkle Receives Audubon’s McGuire Award

Hope is a thing with feathers that perches on the soul— Emily Dickinson More...

From the Chamber

This week’s comments are about the Chamber’s Summer Sunday Sunset Music Series, which heralds summer each year at the Cold Spring bandstand. More...

Den 31 Scouts Complete Their Cub Mobiles

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Community Day Celebration Returns to Cold Spring on Fourth of July

Following upon the success of Quadricentennial/Community Day Celebration of 2009, the Cold Spring Mayor and Board of Trustees are hosting the 2nd Annual Community Day/July 4th Celebration at Waterfront and Dockside Park. More...

Glynwood Hosts Poultry, Herb Workshops for ‘Locavores’

Glynwood Farm, located on Route 301 in Cold Spring, will host two workshops for locavores, on Saturday, June 26. More...

Methodist Minister Preaches About Ten Commandments

Pastor Peggy Laemmel, the minister of the Cold Spring and South Highland United Methodist Churches, will be doing something a little unusual this summer. More...

St. Anthony Shrine Celebrates Golden Jubilee at Graymoor

Over 90 benefactors and friends joined the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement at the Blessing and Golden Jubilee of the refurbished St. Anthony Shrine at Graymoor on June 11. Fr. Timothy MacDonald, SA, Vicar General, concelebrated the Mass with Fr. More...

25th Annual Square Dance in Barn at Saunders Farm

The 25th Annual Saunders Farm Square Dance will be celebrated on Saturday, June 26 in the historic White Gate Horse Barn. Beginning with Mrs. More...

Saunders Receives Award from County Historian’s Office

Last Friday, Philipstown resident Richard Saunders won a service award from the Putnam County Historian’s Office on Putnam County Day. More...

Garrison Man Jailed for Grand Larceny

A Garrison man is facing a four-year state prison term for allegedly stealing computer equipment from the offices of Putnam Family and Community Services in Carmel. More...

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