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Copake Country Club’s Summer Music Series: Unfinish’d Bizness, Jun 17

The Copake Country Club’s Summer Music Series is back with Unfinish’d Bizness kicking things off on Thursday, June 17th.

Every Thursday night join Copake Country Club and The Greens Restaurant for live music by some of the best bands in the Hudson Valley.

Reservations for dining inside, on the patio, or on the deck are always encouraged but you can also order take out and grab ice cold drinks from the outdoor bar! Bring a picnic blanket or lawn chairs for a fun night out and a little taste of normal.


DATE/TIME
: Thursday, June 17, 2021 / 7pm – 10pm

LOCATION: The Greens Restaurant at Copake Country Club
44 Golf Course Rd,
Craryville, New York 12521

COST: Free, No Cover Charge

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www.copakecountryclub.com
www.thegreensatcopake.com
facebook.com/CopakeCountryClub

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St. Patrick’s Day Crafternoon at Copake Country Club, Mar 13

Grab your luckiest leprechaun friends and join The Copake Country Club for a fun filled afternoon with crafts and drinks! Local Art Instructor Katie Dierkes will lead you through making an awesome home decor project, while enjoying a flight of beer!

Option to also order lunch before or after the class.  Tables will be spaced apart and masks will be required any time you’re not sitting at your table.  Let The Greens know if you’d like to be seated near a friend or on your own.

DATE/TIME: Saturday, March 13, 2021 / 1pm – 3pm

COST: $35 per person
Includes all materials, instructions, project to take home and tasting flight of 4 craft brews

LOCATION: The Greens Restaurant at Copake Country Club
44 Golf Course Rd,
Craryville, New York 12521

MORE:
www.copakecountryclub.com
www.thegreensatcopake.com
facebook.com/CopakeCountryClub

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The Copake Country Club’s Winter Chill-Out, Feb 27

The Copake Country Club’s Winter Chill-Out Penguin Party is Saturday, February 27th. Bundle up, grab your snow gear & hang out on the club’s snow covered hills while enjoying an outdoor bar, grab takeout for a winter picnic by the bonfire, or warm up inside with lunch or dinner after.

Use of the grounds & winter chill-out games are free and open to the public, bring your own equipment, reservations required for dining indoors.

DATE/TIME: Saturday, February 27, 2021 / 12pm4pm
Rain Date: Sunday 2/28

LOCATION: The Greens Restaurant at Copake Country Club
44 Golf Course Rd,
Craryville, New York 12521

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www.copakecountryclub.com
www.thegreensatcopake.com
facebook.com/CopakeCountryClub

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First Day Hike at Taconic State Park, Jan 1

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Join Taconic State Park for an easy hike to Bash Bish Falls. It’s a great way to welcome the new year in a healthy way with friends and family including the four-legged kind.

This year, we will lead 2 hikes to split up large groups (following COVID-19 precautions). An afternoon bonfire will be here to enjoy too!

DATE/TIME: Friday, January 1, 2021 / 11am

ADMISSION: Free! Pre-register in advance by calling 518-329-3993

LOCATIONTaconic State Park
253 Route 344
Copake Falls, NY

Meet at the Pavilion/Copake Day Use for this 3-mile hike.

MORE:
facebook.com/TaconicStatePark

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Copake Town Board to Host Informational ZOOM Meeting Update on Hecate Energy’s Proposed 500-acre Solar Installation

On Wednesday, October 28, 2020 at 7:00 PM, the Copake Town Board will host a special, informational ZOOM meeting to update residents on Hecate Energy’s proposed 500-acre, 60 MW solar installation planned for Craryville and Copake, NY. During the online forum, Copake officials will brief residents about Hecate Energy’s proposed solar project, its potential impacts on our community, Copake’s existing laws pertaining to the siting of solar energy systems, and the New York State-mandated process for reviewing and approving Hecate Energy’s proposed solar installation.

Concerned citizens in Columbia County, NY have formed the Sensible Solar for Rural New York coalition in opposition to the Shepherd’s Run Solar Installation – a proposed 500-acre, 60-megawatt solar installation to be sited near New York State Route 23, Route 7 and Route 11A in Craryville — a hamlet in Copake, New York and adjacent to the Taconic Hills Central School and Copake Lake community and recreational area.

While Sensible Solar for Rural New York supports renewable energy, the homeowners, farmers, small businesses, non-governmental organizations and community leaders represented stand united in that the scale and siting of Hecate Energy’s proposed 500-acre solar installation is not right for our rural community or the Hudson Valley region.

“We believe the magnitude of Hecate Energy’s proposed solar installation will be detrimental to our area and will have a long-term, negative impact on existing waterways and displace native and endangered wildlife and birds – the proposed site of solar installation is in close proximity to Hillsdale’s Rheinstrom Hill Audubon Center and Sanctuary,” said Darin Johnson, Director of Sensible Solar for New York.  “In addition, the solar utility-scale installation will remove hundreds of acres of prime farmland from use, which is in direct conflict with Copake and Columbia County’s Farmland Protection Plans,” continued Johnson.

To learn more about Sensible Solar for Rural New York, please visit www.sensiblesolarny.org.

To join the town meeting on Wednesday via ZOOM: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88910737960
Meeting ID: 889 1073 7960

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