Category: Shop

New Lebanon Library Holiday Wrapping Station

DATE/TIME: Friday, December 16 and Thursday, December 22, 2022 / 10am – 6pm (7pm on Thursday)

LOCATION: New Lebanon Library
550 State Rte 20
New Lebanon, NY 12125

twitter: @NewLebanonLib

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North Chatham Library Program: Native Plants and Beneficial Insects, Jun 29

The North Chatham Free Library presents Native Plants and Beneficial Insects on June 29th. Would you like your garden to be filled with butterflies, bees and birds? Learn how at this presentation by Sandra Linnell, who will discuss what plants thrive in our area and how they support our local ecology.

The growth of cities and their accompanying urban sprawl have fragmented and transformed ecologically productive land to lush lawns and decorative ornamentals to enhance property values. The remaining isolated natural areas are not large enough to support wildlife, however that trend is turning.

Native plants are those that occur naturally in a region. Research by the entomologist Doug Tallamy has found that native oak trees support over 500 species of caterpillars whereas ginkgo, a commonly planted landscape tree from Asia, host only 5 species of caterpillars.

Plants available in nurseries are often species chosen for their exotic interest and they not only sever the food web, but some have shown invasive behavior, outcompeting native species and degrading habitat in the remaining natural areas.

Sandra Linnell is the Community Horticulture Program Coordinator at the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Columbia and Greene Counties. She has experience in growing natives, herbs, and flowers from seed from her previous employment working on farms and greenhouses.

This program will be held outside in the back garden of the NCFL, weather permitting. If necessary, will meet upstairs in the Library. .

Live & Learn programs are supported, in part, by grants from the Fund for Columbia County, a fund of the Berkshire Taconic Foundation and the Bank of Greene County.

DATE/TIME: Wednesday, June 29, 2022 / 10am

LOCATION: North Chatham Free Library
4287 Route 203
North Chatham, NY 12132

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Earth Day Night Market at Cooper’s Daughter Spirits, Apr 22

Cooper’s Daughter Spirits at Olde York Farm is hosting an Earth Day Night Market on Friday, April 22nd.  Join us in the Cocktail Garden for an evening of cocktails, mocktails, hot food by Misto, and shopping with exceptional local vendors.


Misto Food Pop Up
Supreme Soft Serve Ice Cream
Hamov Eh Spreads
Worldling’s Pleasures Cheese
Gulden Farm Grassfed Beef
Ash Hopper Soaps
and more!

No cover fee for entry.

DATE/TIME: Friday, April 22, 2022 / 4 – 8pm

LOCATION: Cooper’s Daughter Spirits at Olde York Farm
284 State Route 23
Claverack, NY 12513



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“Looking Up” Artists’ Reception, Feb 12

Celebrate the artwork of Jeremy Bullis/David Bullis and Michael Simpson at D’arcy Simpson Artworks on Saturday, February 12th, during the 2econd Saturday Hudson Gallery Crawl.  

David Bullis created these bright, kinetic sculptures in the 1990s and early 2000s. Jeremy is honored to continue the practice with reproductions of his father’s work and some new pieces that continue the conversation.  

Jeremy Bullis/David Bullis “Homecoming for Matt” 2021, 24″ x 20”

The mobiles will be showing along with new large-scale color field paintings by Michael Simpson. Together the works create an atmosphere of movement and music for the eyes in this intimate gallery. In this exhibition, each artist explores ideas of movement, balance, tension and harmony within their own practices of composition and construction.

Michael Larry Simpson, “Elevation” 2021, 48” x 64”

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DATES/TIMES: Saturday, February 12, 2022 / 5 – 8pm

LOCATION: D’arcy Simpson Artworks
409 Warren St., Hudson

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IG: @hudsongallerycrawl
FB: Hudson Gallery Crawl

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