The County’s shredding bin program is back in full swing and the bin is at the Town Hal. It will be in the foyer of the building through June 25th and is available whenever the buiding is open. It is a secure, locked bin for you to put your personal documents in that will go … Read more
The Stuyvesant Railroad Station Restoration Committee is holding our annual Rhubarb Festival this year on Saturday, May 8th after having to cancel last year’s festival due to the pandemic. We are simplifying our event by holding a non-contact drive-by. We will be selling pies by the front door of the Stuyvesant Town Hall from 3:00pm until … Read more
Resident’s Spring Trash Day will be held on May 1, 2021. The hours will be 8am – 3pm (rain or shine). It will be held at the Salt Shed site on Sharptown Road. This event is free for Stuyvesant residents with a 2-trip punch card. Punch cards will be available at the Town Clerk’s Office … Read more
Mud Creek Environmental Learning Center 2021 online events in collaboration with Livingston Free Library Download a PDF of the 2021 MudCreek online events.
The Columbia County Department of Health has received the seasonal flu vaccine and has scheduled community drive-thru clinics for all Columbia County residents 2 years and older who would like a flu shot. Pre-registration is required to receive your Flu shot on the date you want to attend. If you do not register ahead of … Read more
It’s Back! Saturday, October 3, 8:00am – 3:00pmSharptown Road Salt Shed Site Free to residents of the Town of Stuyvesant (with a punch card). Punch cards are good for 2 trips (or a truck + trailer). Punch Cards will be available from the Town Clerk’s Office and Highway Department beginning on September 15th. Please be … Read more
Check out the Kinderhook Memorial Library’s new curbside service! To place holds on items at our library or any library in the Mid-Hudson Library System, visit the online catalog, call the library, or send us an email. We’ll let you know as soon as your items arrive and arrange a day for you to pick … Read more
** Update 7-9-20 ** It is with regret that we announce that the Annual Historic Stuyvesant Day Picnic has been cancelled due to concerns over the cluster increases of COVID-19. Town Historian Juanita Knott and Deputy Historian Cathy Knott are working on a project that gives a timeline of how COVID has affected us that … Read more
We regret that due to the current situation and strict social distancing guidelines from the County and State, we will have to cancel the Spring Trash Day that was scheduled for May 2nd.
Wednesday, July 31, 2019 at 6:30pm To benefit the Ken Hummel Memorial Scholarship Download a PDF of the Paint & Snack flyer.