This Saturday’s movie from the film society is “20 Feet from Stardom,” about the lives of rock and roll back-up singers.
This week finds me on the road, heading for Texas by way of coastal Alabama.
This Saturday night’s movie is “What Maisie Knew,” a drama from 2012 that’s a modern take on a novel by Henry James.
The final lecture in the Grange Hall’s Lyceum series on the American Civil War will be delivered on Tuesday, Nov. 19, by Whallonsburg’s own Andy Buchanan.
The Essex Community Fund recently awarded a grant to the Belden Noble Library to make improvements to the front of the library building.
This Friday evening, Nov. 1, the Whallonsburg Grange Hall will host musicians Jay Fiegl, the Wannabees, the Barn Burners and the Wadhams Waddlers for an evening of ballads to mark the Day of the Dead.
The Montpelier Community Gospel Choir concert at the Essex Community Church this Friday, Oct. 25, will regrettably not feature the whole choir of 60 some odd members and their band as advertised by me, but a smaller group of 20 singers.
Thursday, Sept. 24, the League of Women Voters will hold a forum at the Essex Town Hall at 6:30 p.m. so you can meet the candidates running for town supervisor.
An astute reader corrected my information on the STAR property tax reduction program.
The town is looking for someone to manage the trash transfer site.