Can’t believe that the summer is nearly over? Where did it go? But things continue to happen at the Center.
Every third Thursday – that’s today – we meet in our Story Circle at 3 pm. Bring a tale or come and listen. Free. And there’s coffee.
Just got a call from Eve and David Smith who distribute vegetables and fruit to families with children. They have lots of extras and will bring them by the Center today. Come by and pick up tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, carrots and some surprises. Our garden has lots of ripening tomatoes – if fried green tomatoes are your thing, come by and pick. (and weed a little if you’re so inclined) Our thanks to Andrew Messinger, Pamela Martin and Regina Fink for doing most of the work to keep our garden growing this summer.
Friday, August 22 is our last Kool Kamp for Kool Kids session. Francesca Warnes has done a sensational job keeping the fun going all summer long with outings, crafts, games and inventive play.
No Super Saturday 8/23. Lots for kids to do at Shandaken Day at Big Indian Park. We’ll be setting up for the Kim and Reggie Harris concert on Sunday at 1 pm. Come out and hear these iconic performers. $5.00
No Active Seniors Yoga on Monday, August 25 or on September 1, Labor Day.
Tuesdays Together on September 2 brings singer songwriter Elly Wininger in to lead a singing, dancing, rythem morning for newborns to 5 year olds and their caretakers. Everyone gets to sing along, move and groove. Free.
Coming right up on September 13, Catskill Cabaradio, our very own live radio broadcast and potluck dinner. The fun starts with the best potluck in three counties at 6 pm. Bring a dish to pass and join in the fun. At 7 the lights go down and the music begins. Special guests bring storytelling, interviews, poetry, and music. Free. Broadcast live on WIOX Community Radio at 91.3 FM, and if you absolutely can’t be here, you can stream the live show at wioxradio.org.
And save the date for The Cupcakes in concert on Sat. October 18th at 7:30. Elly Wininger, Janice Hardgrove and Lyn Hardy blend their lovely voices in songs that are funny, bluesy, upbeat and always provocative.
Our hardworking volunteers are busy getting out the annual appeal letters letting you know how much we need and appreciate your financial support to keep the Center open and thriving. Don’t wait for the letter to arrive. Send your contribution to us at the address below or use your credit card by going to our website – pinehillcommunitycenter.org and click on “Donate”. Every contributiion, no matter how big or small makes a difference in our efforts to make this your community center bringing you everything you would like us to be doing for you.