The monthly meeting of the Community Garden Club of Liberty will be held at the Cornell Cooperative Extension building. The program "Gardening into the Golden Years" will be conducted by Bonnie Lewis. 845/513-5263.
A special program on Improving Care for Veterans Facing Illness & Death through the Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County Caregiver Resource Center (CRC) at the Gerald J. Skoda Extension Education Center, 1-4pm. Register: 845/292-6180 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Opening reception and meet and greet for "Moments" at the Liberty Museum and Arts Center, 4-6pm. Featuring Barbara Ward-Blank, Kathy Lambert and Rob Tuttle. Show runs until May 19. Visit www.libertymuseum.com or call 845/292-2394.
Liberty Public Library's Battle of the Books team will compete against Livingston Manor and Monticello libraries at Liberty Public library, 12 noon-1:30pm. 845/292-6070.
The supervisor of the Town of Liberty asked members of the public and the town board, the planning board and the zoning board to speak out on the question of whether they wanted to stick with the zoning that was adopted in 2011, or go back to the zoning that was implemented in 1987. Read more
Participants will create a wreath to take home, sponsored by Cornell Cooperative Extension and presented by Marian Dolan and Sullivan County’s Master Gardeners, at the Gerald J. Skoda Ext. Education Center, 5:30-7:30pm. Fee: $40 (includes all plant materials). 845/292-6180.
Patients Rights Forum at the Liberty Library, 6pm. Learn your rights to quality, confidential and personal medical care. There will be a Spanish language interpreter available. Free. 845/807-0189 or email email@example.com.
April First Friday Networking Breakfast at Liberty Diner, 7:45-9am. Sponsored by New Hope Community. $12 for members, $20 for non-members.
At Liberty Elks Lodge #1545, 5-7pm. Southern fried chicken, homemade potato salad, coleslaw, corn bread, dessert & a beverage. Cost: $10 for adults or take-outs, $5 for children ages 5-11, under 5 free. Public welcomed. 845/292-3434.
Learn how to keep lands in the family, protect your lands and waters forever, and receive financial and estate planning benefits at “Financial Benefits of Land Conservation,” presented by the Delaware Highlands Conservancy at the Liberty Senior Center, 6-8pm. Register: 845/583-1010, 570/226-3164, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.