Newburgh Illuminated: A Festival for All

Get excited for the 2015 Newburgh Illuminated Festival on Saturday, June 20th, featuring diverse food, live music, fascinating history, children’s activities, and local art.

Engaging Students in Social Advocacy and Civic Literacy: Shira Eve Epstein

Learn about the work of CUNY’s Shira Eve Epstein Ed.D., an advocate for social change through education. Epstein recently published her first book, Teaching Civic Literacy Projects: Student Engagement with Social Problems, and is presenting at THV’s Summer Institute in July.

Meet THV’s Summer Intern

Learn about Teaching the Hudson Valley’s summer intern, Natalie Cheung. Natalie is a student at Middlebury College from Redwood City, California and possesses interests in conservation biology and environmental history.

More on THV institute 2015

Over the next few weeks we’ll be introducing the presenters for this year’s institute. Today, meet Paul and Mary Liz Stewart, founders, Underground Railroad History Project of the Capital Region, and Willow McCormick, an ES teacher and Oregon Writing Project fellow.

Hudson Valley summer programs for kids

Can’t possibly list all the amazing summer options for children and teens in our region. Hoping this short list will get you started. Nothing near you? Use our map to find a museum, park, or historic site that’s closer; then contact staff to see what’s happening.

Institute 2015: featured speakers

THV is thrilled to have Philip Yenawine, co-founding director of Visual Thinking Strategies, and Jimmy Karlan, director of science teacher certification, Antioch New England, as featured speakers at this year’s institute, Teaching for Engagement in the Hudson Valley: The Next 100 Years Depend on It.

More student poems about place

Our final National Poetry Month post features poems by students from West Intermediate School (Dutchess County) and Berea ES (Orange County). Amelia Jensen wrote about the Bear Mountain Zoo and Javen Griffith about Danny Myer Park.

Contemporary Hudson Valley poets

This list of Hudson Valley poets is another in our series for National Poetry Month. Please add links to your favorite regional poets in the comments section.

Poetry Around the Valley

Continuing our celebration of National Poetry Month here are readings around the Valley. Please share other events you know about.

The Lord’s Pier

Continuing our celebration of National Poetry Month with The Lord’s Pier by Daniel Wolff. “The Hudson is dotted with ruins: monuments to what men and women have tried to build. Forts, castles, in this case a pier. Over time, the river wins and wears down what the builder thought was permanent. History becomes the history-of-history and then disappears altogether. This is about Piermont Pier, used mostly now for dog walking, fishing, and bird watching.”

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