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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
Typically, events will be published no earlier than one month in advance.

Events, Activities and Programs

Learn more about how to transition to a net zero home on July 17 at the senior center 

On Wednesday, July 17, Sustainable Warwick will host a panel discussion entitled “Transitioning to Net Zero Homes: Why It’s Comfortable, Affordable and Completely Do-Able” at 7:30 p.m. in the Senior Center located behind Warwick Town Hall at 132 Kings Highway, and everyone is welcome to attend. You might be surprised at how close you are to having a net-zero home.

To RSVP, please call (914) 302-7300, ext. 1 or visit Learn more by visiting Sustainable Warwick’s Facebook page:

Free Family Style Dinner on July 19

Warwick Community Kitchen invites you to join us for a free family dinner in the former Pine Island Elementary School (20 Schoolhouse Road off County Routes 1 & 6) 5-7 p.m.  Friday July 19. We will offer a family style dinner consisting of spiral noodle lasagna, vegetables, salad, 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

Historical Society celebrates George Washington: July 27 and 28

Join the Warwick Historical Society for our George Washington Celebration!

  • Saturday, July 27, come to Lewis Park for a family-friendly Free Movie in the Park. At 7:30 p.m. local historians host a Q&A about historical inaccuracies in movies. At 8:30 p.m. enjoy “National Treasure” starring Nicholas Cage. Concessions will be available.
  • Sunday, July 28, tour the Shingle House Complex (Forester Avenue and Church Street) and see the agriculture exhibit in the Sly Barn, step inside the Lehigh and Hudson River Railway caboose, and view the archaeological dig behind Shingle House, the oldest house in the village. Then cross the street to the Buckbee Center and see new items recently acquired by the Historical Society. Suggested donation: $5 per person/$20 per family. Visit or call 845-986-3236.

Youth leagues and sports

Warwick Girls Lacrosse Summer Camp is July 22-26

Warwick Girls Lacrosse is offering a summer camp for girls entering grades 2-8 to be held 9 a.m. – 1 p.m (M-F) July 22-26 at Warwick Town Park. The camp is designed to teach the sport as well as help veteran players improve. Your child will learn from Warwick Girls Lacrosse coaches, Warwick JV/varsity coaches, college players and current varsity players. Cost is $150. Visit or email

Ongoing events, activities and programs 

Ecumenical Food Pantry seeking summer food donations

Every summer, the Warwick Ecumenical Food Pantry provides families with school-age children a bag of kid-friendly food. We’re requesting donations of foods such as cereal, milk or juice cartons, canned soups and pasta, mayonnaise, jelly, pudding and fruit cups, canned tuna and boxed mac&cheese. Donations can be dropped off to the food pantry or at the Albert Wisner Public Library; Price Chopper (behind checkout lines, near aisle 8) or ShopRite (behind checkout lines, near aisle 5). Contact 845-986-8368 or

Applefest ’19 seeks entries for t-shirt designs

Adults and students are invited to submit designs to the Applefest 2019 T-Shirt Design Contest. The winning design will be printed on shirts sold at Applefest. First, second and third prizes of Warwick Merchant Guild gift certificates will be awarded. The contest is open to residents of Warwick, including Florida and Greenwood Lake. For entry form and rules visit The deadline is July 12.