There are tons of ways to keep busy around Nanuet and New City this weekend, and we're here to help you decide which happenings are for you.
Here are the details for three great events.
Where: 591 South Mountain Road, New City (former home of Dr. Martha MacGuffie)
When: Saturday, Oct. 26 from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Cost: $150 to adopt one or two kittens and $5 suggested admission to Haunted House Tour
Description: Foster kittens from three and a half months to seven old foster kittens, which had initially been at the Hi-Tor Animal Care Center, are in need of loving forever homes. The kittens have been spayed/neutered and micro chipped. Their vaccinations are up to date and a free vet visit is included in the adoption fee of $150 for one kitten or two for the same cost.
There will also be a Haunted House Tour has a suggested entrance donation of $5. Clothing worn in Liam Neeson's latest film, Non-Stop, will be for sale along with items by well known designers to benefit the Hi-Tor Medical Fund. For more information contact nixie @hitor.org.
On Sunday, the Second Annual 3 Mile Run/Walk Benefit for Hi-Tor will be held. Click here for details.
Where: Rockland Community College, 145 College Road, Suffern
When: Saturday, Oct. 26 at 8 p.m.
Cost: $25 general admission, $75 patronsDescription: JCC Rockland’s Jewish Cultural Arts Festival from October 26 to
November 23 celebrates Jewish art, film, literature and music with a lineup of
outstanding events. The opening event is a concert with renowned Jewish Jazz clarinetist Anat Cohen and her quartet, featuring a special appearance by legendary jazz impresario George Wein. Her style is a blend of Brazilian choro and samba, combined with classic New Orleans jazz and just a hint of klezmer. Go here for ticket information.
Where: Monster Mini Golf, 33 Route 304, Nanuet
When: Sunday, Oct. 27, parade participants can start arriving after 12 p.m. and the parade will begin at 2 p.m.
Cost: Free admission
Description: Monster Mini Golf and the Greater Nanuet Chamber of Commerce are partnering to host a Halloween Parade and costume contest with prizes for the scariest and most creative homemade costumes. First Prize is a one-year unlimited Monster Mini Golf pass. Second Prize is a three-month unlimited golf pass and Third Prize is a Monster Mini Golf T-Shirt. There will be candy and Halloween bag giveaways, gift coupons and coupons. Free child ID packages will be offered for parents from noon until 3 p.m.
Families can arrive any time after noon and the parade will kick off at 2 p.m.
Visit the Patch calendar for more great events.