May 24, 2013
Tim Zimmerman and the King's Brass will hold an evening concert at Fishkill Baptist Church on Thursday, June 6th at 7:30pm. There is no cost to attend, but we will take a love offering during the concert. The King's Brass will present hymn classics with a contemporary flair. All are welcome to join us!
Drowning Prevention Seminars are open to lifeguards and to members of the general public interested in drowning prevention, particularly if they swim at a facility that is not required to have a lifeguard. These seminars include an informative video on drowning victim recognition as well as a discussion of lifeguard duties and responsibilities as they relate to Dutchess County Department of Health regulations.
Seating for the seminars is limited. To make a reservation, please contact DCDOH, M-F 9am – 5pm. Additional sessions may be viewed in our News Release at http://bit.ly/DCDOH-News
Bring your favorite dish to the community potluck dinner which starts at 5:30 pm and enjoy a fun evening of conversation, food and music. At 7pm award winning Christian recording artist/songwriter Wade Hammond will perform. Wade has been in full time ministry for the past 18 years. He travels throughout the US and Canada doing over 150 concerts a year. Home for Wade is Hoover, Alabama and he is a current member of Gardendale FBC. His music can be heard internationally on Christian, country, internet radio stations as well as XM/Sirus Enlighten. Wade's unique voice and style appeals to all ages. From traditional hymns, gospel, country, praise & worship to his own original songs. A love offering will be accepted for the concert. For more information contact Amy Sabattis at 518-251-2519
JUST OFF BROADWAY, INC., PRESENTS:
THE MIRACLE WORKER
Directed by JOYCE A. PRESUTTI
THE TONY AWARD-WINNING PLAY THAT INSPIRED THE OSCAR-WINNING FILM
WILL BE PRESENTED AT:
THE THEATRE AT WEST SHORE STATION ON THE HISTORIC HUDSON
RIVER WATERFRONT, 27 S. WATER STREET, NEWBURGH, NEW YORK.
FOR TEN PERFORMANCES ONLY!
MAY 16-19, 23-26
Thursday-Saturday at 7:00PM
Saturday and Sunday Matinees at 2:00PM
"Once I knew only darkness and stillness… my life was without past or future… but a little word from the fingers of another fell into my hand that clutched at emptiness, and my heart leaped to the rapture of living”—Helen Keller
Set in Tuscumbia, Alabama in the 1880s, THE MIRACLE WORKER tells the story of the young Helen Keller, who became blind and deaf after a childhood illness, and the extraordinary woman, Annie Sullivan, who taught her to communicate with the world.
Tickets are available at discount prices online of $15.00 and $18.00 with a credit card or through PayPal at www.justoffbwy.com or by calling 845-875-4325, ext. 03.
Tickets are available at the door for $20.00 with cash, check, or major credit card.
Special Group Rates for 15 or more.
Please call 845-875-4325 for group reservations.
All Seats are Reserved. There is no general seating.
For more information, call the Box Office at: 845-875-4325, ext. 03
All of our lives tell a story, but not all of them will be epic stories. In order to live a life that tells a story that matters, we need to live our lives intentionally. Join them for an event for high school & college students as we look to live a story worth telling!