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case of rain or overcast weather. 942-5751. Rockland Audubon 639-9216.

Mineral, Gem, Jewelry, and Fossil Show – 10am- 4pm. There will be collectors and dealers displaying and selling minerals, handmade jewelry, fossils, gems, and a variety of related items. There will demonstrations, lectures, local mineral displays and a special program for kids. Special admission price for museum and show. $5, kids & seniors $3. Museum Village, 1010 Rt. 17M Monroe. For more information contact show chairman at 683-1167. Email to

Garden State Pets Naturally – 10:30am-4pm. An all-natural pet affair. Join us for a day of fun and learning as a collection of organizations unite to help improve your pet’s health and happiness. Featuring natural pet foods, treats, ‘green’ toys/products, al- ternative health options (acupuncture, chiropractic, massage, energy healing, herbal remedies, supple- ments), positive training, pet walking/sitting/day care, grooming. Including various rescue groups to help unite pets with their ‘forever’ home. Special guest speakers. Demonstrations. Leashed and so- cialized pets welcome. Ramapo College, Mahwah, NJ.

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Yoga Teacher Training Certification Information Afternoon—12:30-1:30pm. See 6/3 listing for details.

The Merry Wives of Windsor – 4pm. For the first time in its history, Tallman Mountain State Park will be hosting free performances of two plays. These performances will be open to the public and will offer an opportunity to enjoy some lighthearted comedy under the sky in the beautiful setting of one of Rockland County’s natural treasures. Free admis- sion. The performances will take place in the stone amphitheater at the western end of the athletic field, just to the left of the entrance to the park. 365-9709.

Palisades Farmers’ Market Dinner – 7-9pm. Under twinkling lights, enjoy a seasonal meal made with ingredients from our vendors. Raffle prizes. The Palisades Community Center, 675 Oak Tree Rd, Palisades. RSVP appreciated at pcc@

Kirtan & CD Release Celebration with Prema Hara (Kamaniya & Keshavacharya Das) – 8:30pm. Awaken the fullness of your heart by chant- ing with this dynamic duo who have dedicated their lives to the love of Kirtan and living that joy with others. Preceded by meditation & readings from the masters with Joan Suval beginning at 7pm (by dona-

tion). Ananda Ashram, 13 Sapphire Road, Monroe. $15/members $12; included in overnight guest rate. 782-5575.


First Sunday Walk at Kakiat Park – 8-10am. Meet Veronika Krause at the parking lot off Rt. 202, op- posite Viola School. 359-9294. Rockland Audubon 639-9216.

Native American Weekend – 10am-6pm. See 6/4 listing for details.

Mineral, Gem, Jewelry, and Fossil Show – 10am- 4pm. See 6/4 listing for details.

Is Forgiveness Possible? – 10:30am. Rev. Harry C. Green. Sunday worship services are at 10:30am followed by a fellowship hour. Religious education classes are also held at 10:30am unless otherwise indicated. Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Rockland, 130 Concklin Road, Pomona. 354-1789.

“Old-Fashioned” Day – 11am-5pm. The 22nd An- nual Old Fashioned Day will be held at the Walker Valley Fire House. A day of fun and relaxation to see exhibits and to participate in the events of days gone by. Everyone is invited to attend the event wearing ‘old fashioned’ clothes. Scheduled activi- ties throughout the day. Free. Raffle tickets will be sold. 3679 New York 52, Walker Valley.

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Opening Reception- Juried Art Exhibit and Sale to benefit VCS Gay Pride Rockland – 1pm. Come join in celebration of the juried art exhibit and sale to benefit VCS Gay Pride Rockland. Opening gala reception featuring light fare, wine and champagne. Free. Rockland Center for the Arts, 27 S. Greenbush Road, West Nyack. or 634- 5729, ext. 307.

Edward Hopper Screening and Lecture – 2-4pm. A screening of Hopper’s Silence, the documentary by Brian O’Doherty, and a lecture about Hopper given by Emily Harvey, chair of the Art Department at Rockland Community College. A reception will follow. Piermont Library, Piermont. EdwardHop-


Meditation and Movement Workshop – 7-8:30pm. Connect with, then awaken your body, mind and spirit through meditation and movement, reflective writing and discussion in a group setting. $30. With

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The Five Stress Busters that Promote Optimal Health – 6:30pm. Identify the differences be- tween physical, emotional and chemical stress. Also, gain a better understanding of how stress affects your health, and learn natural and effective ways to strengthen your body to better combat stress. Call to reserve your space. Caminez Chiropractic, 548 West Nyack Rd, West Nyack. 353-1543.

Up the Lazy River – 7pm. Avid kayaker Donald Urmston brings a few of his kayaks and discusses purchasing considerations and boating techniques. New City Library, 220 North Main Street, New City. 634-4997. Sally Pellegrini, 634- 4997, ext. 139 or

Tappan Library: The Roots of Edward Hopper’s Style – 7pm. A chance to look at 48 images of Hop- per art through the eyes of Lee Mamunes, author of the Edward Hopper Encyclopedia (2011). This lecture will cover the elements Hopper absorbed from his trips to Paris, teachings of Robert Henri and his various intellectual pursuits. Tappan Library, Tappan.


Nutrition Response Testing Workshop – 7:30- 8:30pm. Dr. Eric Goldman, chiropractor and Nu- trition Response Testing (NRT) practitioner will talk about how he uses applied kinesiology and homeopathy to look for the five hidden barriers to healing, chemicals & metals in the body, immune challenges, food allergies and scars, as well as or- gans under nutritional stress, and then determines which whole food nutritional supplements will correct the problems. A hands-on demonstration and a free NRT screening for all in attendance. Free. RSVP required. 1540 Route 202, Suite 12, Pomona. 354-2100.


Sotheby’s Art Expert Discusses Edward Hop- per – 7pm. In celebration of the Edward Hopper, Prelude: The Nyack Years exhibition, an expert from Sotheby’s auction house in NYC will lecture about the artist. Free. Light reception. Attendees can view the exhibition at 6pm or at another time by purchas- ing tickets in advance at

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