From 1826 until the middle of the 20th century, more than a dozen lighthouses guided ships past its islands and shallows...
Kevin Woyce will explain why there were once 14 lighthouses on the Hudson, tell how seven were saved as historic landmarks, and describe the lives of the brave men and women who spent their lives tending the lights. His slide show includes original photography of Hudson River lighthouses, bridges, scenery, and landmarks, plus vintage maps and images of historic people and places, including some of the Hudson's "lost" lighthouses.
This is an informative and highly interactive all-day workshop conducted by Greg A. Knowles, a human resources professional with 25 years of Fortune 500 experience. The Bootcamp will cover: winning resumes and cover letters, effective job search strategies and preparing for traditional and behavioral interviews.
For recent grads and anyone in the process of changing careers there is a wealth of information presented for a successful job search. This is a great program for college students searching for internships, too!
Join us for a fantastic blend of flute and fiddle as well as vocal harmonies and foot-stomping instrumentals. Five talented musicians play an intoxicating mix of traditional Celtic music and original rock.
Unlimited seating for outdoor concert. Everyone welcome. Bring a lawn chair or blanket. No registration necessary.
Registration filled for indoor seating in case of inclement weather.
Peter Reiner and Aaron Schoenberg, members of the Adirondack Mountain Club, are both avid hikers of the ADK North Jersey Ramapo Chapter. "The Joys of Hiking" will discuss how to get started in hiking as well as information on the numerous trails located in the lower Hudson Valley and northern New Jersey areas. They will also describe the hiking trails in Sterling Forest, Harriman Park, Bear Mountain Park and Black Rock Forest. Various equipment - back packs, hiking boots, hiking poles, maps, outdoor clothing - will also be discussed. A question-and-answer sessi