Volunteer Orientation for Local Hunger Relief Programs 5:30 pm
Volunteer Orientation for Local Hunger Relief Programs
Nov 14 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
when: Thursday November 14th 2019, 5:30-6:30pm where: Everette Hodge Community Center 15-21 Franklin St, Kingston, NY Free event – refreshments will be served Would you like to help increase access to nutritious foods in your[...]
Adolescent Services Thanksgiving Dinner 6:00 pm
Adolescent Services Thanksgiving Dinner
Nov 26 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Family of Woodstock, Inc. Presents… Our Annual Adolescent Services Thanksgiving Dinner Tuesday November 26th at Old Dutch Church 272 Wall St. Kingston Doors Open @6pm Serving Starts @6:30pm Gathering Ends 8pm ALL Friends, current and[...]
Family of New Paltz Turkey Trot 9:00 am
Family of New Paltz Turkey Trot
Nov 28 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
8:00 AM – Day of Registration and t-shirt pick-up begins 9:00 AM – Mashed Potato Kids 1/2 Mile Fun Run 9:30 AM – Turkey Trot 5K Chip-Timed 5k Race (USATF Certified Course) start promptly 10:30[...]
43rd Annual FREE Thanksgiving Dinner 1:00 pm
Family of Woodstock, Inc. Presents…
Our Annual Adolescent Services Thanksgiving Dinner
Tuesday November 26th at
Old Dutch Church
272 Wall St. Kingston
Doors Open @6pm
Serving Starts @6:30pm
Gathering Ends 8pm
ALL Friends, current and former clients and employees
Of Family of Woodstock, Inc. are WELCOME!
**For more information please call Kelly @ 845-331-7080 ext 152**
8:00 AM – Day of Registration and t-shirt pick-up begins
9:00 AM – Mashed Potato Kids 1/2 Mile Fun Run
9:30 AM – Turkey Trot 5K Chip-Timed 5k Race (USATF Certified Course) start promptly
10:30 AM – Prizes Awarded to the First, Second and Third place male and female finishers by 10 year age categories in the Chip Timed Race and 50/50 raffle drawing
The Family of New Paltz Turkey Trot is a 5K run and walk held annually Thanksgiving morning to support Family of New Paltz’s Food Pantry and Crisis Services. Building on the success of previous years, this year’s event will include prizes for best costumes, tee shirts for adults and children, and of course the famous Mashed Potato Fun Run, which is free for kids 12 and under. For the more serious runners, the 5K course will be certified by USATF this year, and will include chip timed start and finish. As part of the package provided by the chip-timing company, photos of individual runners crossing the finish line will be available for upload at no cost. Age groups this coming year will be in ten-year increments, and medals will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd in each age group, with separate awards for male and female.
Family of New Paltz is a crisis intervention center located in the heart of New Paltz since 1975. Family provides a myriad of services, including a 24 hour hotline and new textline, food pantry, free clothing store, counseling, support groups and multiple shelters for adults, adolescents and victims of domestic violence.
Free t-shirt with paid registration if registered by October 31st (not included with mashed potato run free registrations)
Group rate: Discount of $3 per person for groups of 6 or more if registered by Monday 11/25/2019. Please call us 24-7 at 845-255-8801 for the Group rate code.
Thank you so much to our sponsors and supporters!
43rd Annual FREE Thanksgiving Dinner! Thursday, November 28th, 2019, from 1PM-4PM at the Mescal Hornbeck Community Center on Rock City Rd in Woodstock. All are welcome. If you can help with a donation of food or some time that day, please call 679-2485 TODAY to sign up. Help us create a dinner that is true to its traditions. It is the best of Woodstock.
Congregation Emanuel of the Hudson Valley, partnering with Family of Woodstock, is hosting our Third Annual Christmas Feast, held once again from 12pm – 3pm at our Kingston congregation (243 Albany Ave), is designed for those in the Kingston community and beyond who would not otherwise have the opportunity to have a special meal on Christmas.
We plan to serve an anticipated 250 guests a warm meal of turkey/stuffing/cranberry sauce, smoked salmon, rice and beans, multiple side dishes (corn, green beans, roasted potatoes, sweet potatoes, etc.), bread and rolls, desserts (especially pumpkin and apple pies), and beverages. Many local businesses, from Bread Alone to Boices Dairy, from Hanaford’s to Health and Nutrition Center, are providing food donations. Local professional musicians will be entertaining us with upbeat danceable music. We’ll have dozens of children’s gifts (thanks to People’s Place), Santa Claus at the temple, and great door prizes for men and women. Most of all we’ll have abundant helpings of kindness and holiday spirit.