What’s Happening: May 24, 2018

What’s Happening: May 24, 2018

BY GEORGE J. DACRE – Haverstraw PAL and Rockland Theatre Company Summer Camp doing “Seussical” and “Wizard of Oz” with performances July 13 and14. Contact rocktheatreco@yahoo.com for registration information. – Bob Dylan Songfest by Borderline Folk Music Club Sunday May 27 at Nanuet Library. Multiple musicians doing Dylan including Gary Solomon and the Ray Band […]

New Board President at The Arc

New Board President at The Arc

Jackie Curtiss Takes the Helm Jackie Curtiss of Pearl River New York was inaugurated as President of The Arc Rockland during a May 15 ceremony at The Arc headquarters in Congers, NY.    In accepting the positon, Curtiss thanked outgoing president Richard Sirota “for his leadership over the years and for the wealth of knowledge […]

How Shall We Dine?

How Shall We Dine?

An Interactive, Performance and Edible Art Installations with the Burnt Asphalt Family “Food Always tastes better with a little showmanship.”   Rockland Center for the Arts will present “How Shall We Dine?,” an interactive, sweet and savory tasting celebration  on Saturday, June 2 at 6:30 p.m. The Burnt Asphalt Family is an artist collective that uses performance, glass, […]

Black Bull Restaurant in New City: A Diverse and Delicious Menu

Black Bull Restaurant in New City: A Diverse and Delicious Menu

BY JOE KUHN The Black Bull Steakhouse, the county’s newest upscale eatery, is bringing the atmosphere and flavor of a New York City restaurant right here to Rockland. Opened in early 2018, Black Bull Steakhouse serves not just expertly prepared steaks, but also homemade pastas, fresh seafood, and top shelf wine.  Founded by veteran chef Thomas […]

Legislator Paul Honors Nurses for Their Contributions

Legislator Paul Honors Nurses for Their Contributions

Ernsta Pierre & Biju Francis Also Volunteer for Worthwhile Causes   Two local women are being recognized by Rockland County Legislator Aney Paul for the positive contributions they have made through their nursing and volunteer service.   Paul, who holds a doctorate in Nursing Practice and has been a nurse for more than 30 years, […]

COUNTY TO HOST FREE GUIDED WALKS THIS SPRING, SUMMER, AND FALL

COUNTY TO HOST FREE GUIDED WALKS THIS SPRING, SUMMER, AND FALL

Rockland County Executive Ed Day and County Health Commissioner Dr. Patricia Schnabel Ruppert encourage Rocklanders to put on their walking shoes and enjoy the “great outdoors!” Join experienced Rockland County Trail Guides on free guided walks offered by the county. Senior Stretching! Enjoy an Easy Stroll at Demarest Kill Park Saturday, May 26, 2018 from […]

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