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Warwick Valley CSD Community eBulletin

This district is saving paper, and instead of distributing flyers, information is posted on our Community eBulletin and sent via a weekly email blast. To submit your local non-profit organization’s event, send the information in paragraph form in the body of an email to communications@wvcsd.org. Typically, events will be published no earlier than one month in advance.

Events, Activities and Programs

The next Repair Cafe is Saturday, Nov. 16

Stop by the Senior Center Town Hall Complex (132 Kings Highway) between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. with your beloved broken items and have them fixed for free. Limit TWO items per person; please bring a food pantry donation if possible. For more information: RepairCafeHV.org, https://www.facebook.com/RepairCafeHudsonValley

Wine, Cheese and Music on Sun., Nov. 17

Before the holiday frenzy kicks in, kick back at the Warwick Historical Society’s bi-annual Wine, Cheese and Music event at the A.W. Buckbee Center, 2 Colonial Ave., Warwick on Sunday, Nov. 17 from 4 to 6 p.m. Sample varieties of wine from around the world. Tickets cost $40 per person for members, $50 for non-members and at the door, and are on sale by calling 845-986-3236.

Free Thanksgiving Dinner Friday, Nov. 22 from 5-7 p.m.  

Warwick Community Kitchen invites you to join us for Thanksgiving dinner in the former Pine Island Elementary School (20 Schoolhouse Road off County Routes 1 and 6) on Friday, Nov. 22 from 5-7 p.m. We will offer a traditional dinner consisting of turkey, mashed potatoes, sweet potato casserole, glazed carrots, corn, stuffing, bread and dessert in continuous seatings. There is no charge for dinner and good fellowship in our dining room. Everyone is welcome and we hope to see you then. For more information on who we are and what we do, please visit our website at http://warwickcommunitykitchen.weebly.com.

Love Local Holiday Market at Warwick Valley Community Center, Nov. 29-30, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 

The Love Local Holiday Market features over 30 artisans selling locally made items. Find unique hand-crafted gifts, support small businesses on Black Friday, meet the makers, and feel good about the minimal, no-plastic packaging. While adults shop, kids can make and take their own gifts, $5 each. There will be hot drinks and baked goods for sale, and a festive atmosphere. List of vendors at WickhamWorks.org. $3 suggested donation benefits the Community Center. 11 Hamilton Ave., Warwick, NY 10990

WVMS PTA Holiday Crafts Fair on Dec. 7

Get a head start on your holiday shopping and join us at the annual Warwick Valley Middle School PTA Crafts Fair on Saturday, Dec. 7 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. in the school’s gym and cafeteria. Admission is free!

‘A Christmas Carol’ on Dec. 7-8

The Greenwood Lake Theater Company & the Warwick Historical Society are partnering to present the Charles Dickens holiday classic, “A Christmas Carol” on Sat., Dec. 7 & on Sun, Dec. 8 at 7 p.m. in the Old School Baptist Meeting House, located on High St. in Warwick. Tickets: $25 per person, $20 per person age 18 & under. First come first served, no reserved seating. Call 845-986-3236 to purchase tickets.

Children’s Holiday Shopping Party Saturday, Dec. 14 

The Warwick Valley Rotary is looking for sponsors to support local children in need for this holiday season. A $65 donation will help a child in need receive a holiday experience they will never forget. On Saturday, Dec. 14, each sponsored child will receive a gift bag from Santa which will include a full outfit of clothing. Also, each child will be able to “holiday shop” and choose gifts from their own family! The child will have the opportunity to wrap the gifts to give their family members, and there will be many other fun activities and games for the children to enjoy. Each sponsored child will also receive a professional portrait with Santa Claus! If you are interested in donating you can donate online at WarwickValleyRotary.org or by mailing a check to Warwick Valley Rotary PO Box 121, Warwick, NY 10990. If you have questions or would like more information please contact Travis Podolec at 845-772-1936, or TJPodolec@gmail.com


Youth leagues and sports

Warwick Little League Registration for the 2020 season is now open

T-ball, softball, and baseball players come out if you love to play ball! Registration is taking place now. Late fee start on Jan. 1 so sign up today! For more information log onto: 

http://www.warwickbaseball.com/Registration/Default.asp?org=warwickbaseball.com

  • T-ball: coed ages 4-6
  • Instructional baseball and softball: ages 7 and 8
  • Minors baseball and softball: ages 9 and 10
  • Majors baseball and softball: ages 11 and 12
  • Boys 50/70: age 13
  • Juniors: ages 14-16

Ongoing events, activities and programs 

Ecumenical Food Pantry accepting donations for Thanksgiving and Christmas

Please help the Warwick Ecumenical Food Pantry make the holidays a little nicer for local families. The food pantry is asking for bags of shelf stable groceries of one or all of the following items to help provide the basics for a holiday meal. The pantry will accept food donations beginning Oct. 29. The pantry will also gratefully receive ShopRite or Price Chopper gift cards, or monetary donations mailed to Warwick United Methodist Church, 135 Forester Avenue, Warwick.

  • hot cocoa mix
  • coffee
  • canned corn
  • canned green beans
  • canned yams
  • canned cranberry sauce
  • canned soup
  • canned fruit
  • boxed pasta
  • boxed stuffing
  • boxed instant potatoes
  • jarred pasta sauce
  • jarred gravy
  • boxed rice
  • pudding cups
  • fruit cups