Don’t miss our famous & highly popular Traditional Corned Beef and Cabbage dinner, also offering a vegetarian Eggplant Parmesan option and huge salad bar. Homemade desserts included! Dinner is $15. Seating is limited, and reservations are recommended. Call 518-329-2823 or email email@example.com
The Two Of Us Productions presents a staged reading of the play Stranger in the Attic by John Kaasik. The quiet country home life of a freelance writer and his wife is unexpectedly upset by the arrival of a stranger who proffers an exclusive story about a murder that has not happened yet. But is the stranger really stalking them? Come find out for yourself. Q&A with the author after the reading. Free.
Join The Two of Us Productions a the Copake Grange for a night of mystery, mayhem and fun in our interactive murder mystery at Ricky “Bicard”’s “Tropicabana”. You never know what trouble Lucy and Ethel will cook up! Tickets are $10 at the door. For more info, call (518) 758-1648, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or go to http://thetwoofusproductions.org
Join the Two of Us Productions at the beautiful Copake Grange for an evening of laughs as we present two Christopher Durang one act plays: “Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All For You” and “The Actor’s Nightmare.” You’ll still be laughing on your way home. Click here for showtimes and further info.
The Sky Farm Equestrian Club 4-H presents "War Horse": A young man enlists to serve in World War I after his beloved horse is sold to the cavalry. His hopeful journey takes him out of England to the front lines as the war rages on. Nominated for 6 Oscars. Suggested donation $5. Popcorn and water will be available.
Enjoy a spectacular evening of laughter, fun and amazement as award-winning magician & illusionist Jeffrey Jene performs his unique blend of comedy, audience participation, and classic & modern magic and illusion! Sponsored by Ed Herrington Inc. Tickets - Adults: $5 Suggested Donation; Children Under 12: FREE (must be accompanied by an Adult).
Come join us to celebrate Epiphany/Little Christmas with watercolor painting, songs, crafts and blessings of the season. Watercolor supplies will be available or bring your own. Steve Gubler will lead the group and offer artistic advice for those who desire it. The event is free; a basket will be available for free will donations to benefit the Copake Grange. For more information, call 518-567-7947.
An evening of comedy and music from Byron Nilsson, a writer-actor who was condemned by his high school teachers as “too smart for his own damned good”, but managed to get a girlfriend or two anyway. Sponsored by Copake Auction, Inc. Tickets are $5 suggested donation at the door.
We’re participating in the 2018 Copake Light Parade - a “unique to Copake” tradition! Come to the Firehouse on Center Hill Road at 5:00 PM and join your fellow Grange Members as we ride our festively decorated Grange truck, or stroll behind it. Caroling not required. And if you’re available to help decorate our truck, email us at email@example.com.
Stop by to celebrate the holidays in the Grange spirit! Meet your neighbors, enjoy refreshments, and listen to live music. And we’ll be accepting donations for our annual Coat & Food Drive: Help us help others by donating food or your unused coats for adults and children (coats should be clean and in good condition).
Members of the Grange are invited to get in the spirit, and help us trim the Holiday Trees to decorate the Hamlet. Gather in the parking lot between the Copake General Store and Copake Wine Works at 1:00 pm on Saturday, November 24, 2018. No need to register, just show up!
To celebrate and honor Veteran's Day, join us for this 1945 war film, based on a novel by Harry Brown, a writer for Yank, The Army Weekly, and directed by Lewis Milestone. In 2016, A Walk in the Sun was deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" by the United States Library of Congress, and selected for preservation in its National Film Registry. Suggested donation $5.
A chance to voice your vision and concerns for Taghkanic Creek and its watershed. The Nature Conservancy invites you to come play a fun collaborative water themed board game, eat snacks, and talk about the future of Taghkanic Creek and the role of water in our community.
Come snag some finds at our old-timey “Old Fashioned Grange Bazaar”! You name it, you got it: tchotcskies, records, glassware, knick-knacks, jewerly, books, and yes antiques (we think). Breakfast & lunch will be available from our Hospitality Committee. Come check it out.
Join author and Grange historian, Howard Blue, for a presentation on two forgotten aspects of Copake’s history: ice harvesting and semi-pro baseball. The program will feature rare home movie footage including clips of West Copake’s former Camp Ferosdel; the camp's founders, in a horse-drawn sleigh; and hay harvesting in the 1940s, among others.
Bring your favorite pet (dog? cat? chicken? goat?) and join in the First Annual "Pets in the Park" event. As part of Copake Falls Day, this fun event will be held near the Iron Works. More details to follow, but count on contests, photos, a pet parade, bling bags, and more!
Join us for an evening of comic song as writer, actor, singer Byron Nilsson and pianist Malcolm Kogut perform songs to entertain and amuse you. Tickets are $15. To reserve, call (518) 329-6293 or visit www.thetwoofusproductions.org.