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MILLERTON — Through its collaboration with The Wassaic Project, the NorthEast-Millerton Library has found a creative new way to connect children to the stories they read by developing an Art and Children’s Books program.

Led by Wassaic Project Education Director Tara Foley, the program kicked off last summer in the library and has grown to be a popular program for the library’s younger patrons, according to the library’s Youth Services Coordinator Kristin McClune.

“It’s a nice way for kids to incorporate art with literacy,” McClune...

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Reading ‘round

The NorthEast-Millerton Library paired up with Oblong Books & Music to host an author visit from Randall de Seve on Saturday, Oct. 20. Held in the children’s section of the library, five youngsters formed a circle around the author and listened with keen interest to her charming new book, “Zola’s Elephant.” In honor of Fire Prevention Week, de Seve also read aloud from another book of hers, “A Fire Truck Named Red.”

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In memory of Chad, the Hair Lounge opens

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MILLERTON — After 13 years as the eponymous owner of Chad’s Hair Studio, the late Chad Malarchuk’s legacy lives on in a new salon, the Hair Lounge, thanks to his former employees.
Malarchuk was known for his cheerfulness and for his willingness to help those in need. He died unexpectedly on Sunday, Jan. 28, at the age of 46.
Loren Whiteley said she cherished her time working at Chad’s Hair Studio. Malarchuk was the best boss she ever had; she said working with him was like being part of a big family. 

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Craft Fair calls on all donors

MILLERTON — With just a month before the seventh annual Saturday, Nov. 17, Library Holiday Craft Fair, organizers are hoping crafters and artisans will soon be donating a variety of offerings to the event, with all proceeds going to the NorthEast-Millerton Library.  
Having grown from a few items from the Library Yarns knitting group to a room full of handmade offerings of all sorts, the event has proven to be a great opportunity for friends and neighbors to come together to find unique gifts while avoiding the coming rush of Black Friday.   

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Toilet triumph

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NECC’s Christine Sergent welcomed at Hiddenhurst

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MILLERTON — The directors of the North East Community Center (NECC), on a crisp fall afternoon, introduced Executive Director Christine Sergent to the community on Saturday, Oct. 13.
At 4 p.m., NECC staff and volunteers welcomed area residents and donors to the sprawling Hiddenhurst estate in Millerton. Dressed to impress, guests parked their cars along the road in front of the property, which offers a striking view. 

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Village Board OKs grant application, EMS hearing date

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MILLERTON— The Village Board used its workshop meeting on Thursday, Oct. 3 to discuss next year’s Community Development Block Grant (CBDG) application and other future plans for the village.
All trustees were in attendance with the exception of Matthew Hartzog. First, the board opened a public hearing for the 2019 CBDG. The absence of community members led to the hearing’s closing after only 20 minutes.

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Residents, visitors alike at Fall for Art

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MILLERTON — In what is undoubtedly one of the highlights of Millerton’s social calendar, the sixth annual Fall for Art was held on Saturday, Oct. 6, in an all-day affair that included Fall Community Day, which included activities planned by the North East Community Center (NECC) and the Webutuck Teachers’ Association. 

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Pages and petals

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Fiesta

Flamenco dancer Rachel Holmes mesmerized crowds at the North East Community Center’s (NECC) Hispanic Heritage Festival on Saturday, Oct. 6. The festival, part of NECC’s Fall Community Day, was held in conjunction with Millerton’s Fall for Art. For the full story and more photos, visit Residents, visotors alike at Fall for Art.

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Millerton Police Department stands up to critics

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MILLERTON — The difference of opinion regarding the Millerton Police Department (MPD) and its worth is again voicing itself, with some supporting the MPD and all it does to protect the community and others charging it’s overzealous in its enforcement of local laws — minor and major. 
The issue has been raised at recent Millerton Business Alliance (MBA) meetings. At one such meeting on Thursday, Sept. 13, village Trustee Christine Bates spoke against the department’s practices, claiming its enthusiasm winds up costing local merchants business.

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