Every year, the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce sponsors an official roadside cleanup event throughout the entire town of Warwick. Grab your trash bag and join in the fun the weekend of Friday to Sunday, April 28-30, 2017! Operation Clean Sweep is coordinated by the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce and Warwick Valley High School student Julia Vargas.
Various groups, clubs, and individuals take part by pre-registering their routes in order to ensure garbage pickup by DPW. (Please note that this is for roadside refuse, not homeowner garbage.) Please call 845-986-2720 to register your road in advance, or come in person on Saturday, April 29th from 8-12 to the Caboose at South Street to register your road and enjoy free refreshments. Garbage bags and gloves will be available to anyone who registers and can be picked up at the South Street Caboose at any time.
Unknown to many residents, the Town of Warwick offers challenging hiking trails for people of all ages and abilities.
With stunning vistas, beautiful waterfalls and plenty of roadside parking, the town has easy access to he world-famous Appalachian Trail directly off several highways.
"It's amazing how scenic and wild the Warwick section of the Appalachian Trail is," says Gene Giordano, AT Community Leader. "There are relatively flat sections that families can enjoy and rough-and-tumble sections that will satisfy the more serious hiker."
Milkweed is pleased to present In(Flux) a group exhibition of new interactive and performative work by Martin Dominguez Ball, Vernon M. Byron, Iain McInnes, and Cody Rounds. Presented at Milkweed (2 & 3 Romer's Alley, Sugar Loaf, NY 10981), an opening reception with live performances will take place Saturday, April 8, 7-9pm. The exhibition will remain on view through Sunday, April 30.
IN(FLUX) is a suite of interactive, experiential, and performance-based installations exploring the fluid connections between gender, identity, materiality, movement, and ideology through the lens of water. Martin Dominguez Ball, Vernon M. Byron, Iain McInnes, and Cody Rounds will present a series of shifting sensory environments that transform the perception of space, time, and place.