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The trails of the Deer Pond Farm property afford marvelous

views and plenty of opportunities to spot birds.

Local bird lovers and nature enthusiasts can soon rejoice as The Connecticut Audubon Society prepares for the opening of Deer Pond Farm’s western trails on Satur...

Madrid Group: A group of PHS students recently traveled to

Madrid on an international field trip.

Last month, 42 students from Pawling High School engaged in an international adventure when they traveled to Madrid, Spain. The trip, conceived and planned by Spanish langu...

May 31, 2019

When the Internet was new, it was all about the data. Databases, data sets, lists of this, that, and the other. Nowadays, hidden under thick layers of social media and bouncing-fruit apps, the data sets are still there, just waiting for you to rummage through and searc...

May 31, 2019

The American Legion is turning 100, and American Legion Post 215 in Pawling is planning to celebrate. The post, located in Pawling, was chartered in August 1919. The organization traces its roots to March 15 – 17, 1919, in Paris, France, in the aftermath of World War I...

May 31, 2019

Charlotte H. Whaley, a long-time resident of Pawling, NY, passed away Sunday, May 19, 2019, at the Regional Hospice and Palliative Care Center for Comfort Care & Healing in Danbury, CT.  Charlotte was 99 – three months and one day from fulfilling her 100th year....

May 31, 2019

Birds of Prey: Green Chimneys Wildlife Staff Dave Spillo and Hannah Hughes display beautiful creatures from the Green Chimneys Farm & Wildlife Center.

Few schools can call themselves home to over 200 domesticated farm animals and wildlife, including 50 birds of prey, su...

May 31, 2019

The warmer weather has arrived, live music festivals are happening, and we’ve got 22 weekends to pack it all in! The following are some FREE events in June I’d like to tell you about.

           

The 2019 Brewster Music...

May 31, 2019

Checking in with oneself on a daily basis is a simple, yet profound practice. It allows us to stay in close contact with what we are feeling, look more closely at what is impacting us in our lives, and remain more aware of the larger consciousness that we are.

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May 31, 2019

The Pawling Garden Club’s Spring Market will offer an array of plants for sale.

The Pawling Garden Club will hold a Spring Market on Saturday, June 15, at the Pawling Firehouse on South Street. The Market will be open between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m., rain...

May 31, 2019

Bad Dream Brewing in New Mildford, CT

offers a variety of beers on tap in a fun, spooky setting.

On my way to visit yet another local brewery, driving past the Home Depot, AutoZone Auto Parts and the inevitable Advanced Auto Parts next door (it’s one of the greatest uns...

According to Merriam-Webster, a “craving” is defined as “an intense, urgent or abnormal desire” for something. We throw the term around loosely, as if it is negative, throughout the day. However, can ‘cravings’ be used as a wellness tool? Yes. In fact, understanding cr...

Nutrition Advice from Your Pawling Hannaford Dietitian

A good night’s sleep is essential for many reasons from the apparent (it restores us) to the complex (it helps prevent chronic disease). Indeed, something as simple as sleep is about way more than being cozy under t...

May 31, 2019

A mixed border at the garden of Martha Stewart in Katonah, NY.

I have heard seasoned plant people say that if they had to choose only one plant to grow in their garden it would be Allium. Why do gardeners love this genus of plants? Because Allium has hundreds of species...

May 31, 2019

Filmmakers Ron Steinman and Eileen Douglas presented

a special screening of The Dance Goodbye at the Pawling Library on May 11.

A special screening of the documentary The Dance Goodbye, which had aired most recently on PBS in November of 2018, was shown at the Pawling...

As the community readies for summer, the past month has seen several fun events at Lakeside Park. Earlier in May, the inaugural “Rock n’ Run Against Lyme Disease” 5K was held in the park, and the waterfront would officially open for the season on May 24 with the first...

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