M-W Garden Club hosts Sept. 15 program on spring flowering bulbs Monroe - Cornell Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners Deborah Cashara and Joan Schaffner will discuss spring flowering bulbs at the meeting of the Monroe-Woodbury Garden Club on Wednesday, Sept. 15, beginning at 7:30 p.m. at Smith’s Clove Park in Monroe. P Fall is the time to plant hardy flowering bulbs. Explore the different types available for your garden and how to plant and maintain them after blooming. Learn how to create bulb combinations for extended bloom time and to be deer resistant. Questions/answers, refreshments. Short business meeting to follow. The Garden Club will next met on Tuesday, Oct. 5, at 7:30 p.m. in Central Valley Methodist Church. Cornell Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Judith Lahey discus infusing with herbs. Learn how to use herbs from the garden to flavor oils, vinegars and condiments. Demonstration for each with emphasis on a sterile setting. Question and answer session and tastings. Rock the Mountain at Tuxedo Ridge Tuxedo Rob Cannillo, of Chester, will perform in Rock the Mountain IV at the Tuxedo Ridge Ski Area on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 1 and 2. This year’s line-up for the festival includes Sugarloaf Station, The Reddan Brothers, Rob Cannillo and Friends, Barefoot Landing, Groovy Tuesday, Evazan, Alec Philips, Julia Haltigan, Skull Crusher, Charlie Montgomery, Sammy and Sara, and Walt and Benzee from WTBQ. The performances on Friday will begin at 7 p.m. and on Saturday, will run from noon to 10 p.m. Many artisans and crafters will be on hand displaying and selling hand-made goods. Craft beers and food will be available. The event is pet friendly and free, with donations accepted. Proceeds will benefit www.spectrumforliving.org. For more information visit www.tuxedoridge.com or call 351-1122. Events mark Sugar Loaf business anniversaries Sugar Loaf The Bertoni Gallery and The Barnsider Restaurant are marking their anniversaries with events for their customers. Bertoni Gallery, which has been in business for 10 years, will offer refreshments and live music on Saturday, Sept. 11, at 2 p.m., featuring singer/songwriter/guitarist Sarah Morr and a free techno dance party celebration from 5 to 7 p.m. featuring by DJ Ironhill of Ironhill Productions. Through Sept. 11, the gallery will give away free raffle tickets for every $10 purchase made in the store and will donate a $100 gift certificate for future purchases. It will also be donating a handmade sterling silver bracelet with 10 black diamonds similar to one recently featured in the movie, “The Back Up Plan.” The Barnsider, which has been in business for 30 years, will be giving free raffle tickets to anyone purchasing a special chef designated dinner on Saturday or Sunday nights. A hand cut, pieced and sewn blue and white checkered baby quilt and a gift certificate of dinner for two at the Barnsider are prizes. For more information call 469-0993. Veterans Coalition to hold Day of Remembrance Goshen The Orange County Veterans Coalition is again sponsoring a POW/MIA Day Of Remembrance for those who are gone but not forgotten on Sunday, Sept. 26, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., in the Land of Goshen Town Park, at 118 Craigville Road. A free picnic will follow the ceremony for veterans and their families. For more information, call Tony Zippo, director of the Orange County Veterans Service Agency, at 291-2470. Cammo rocks for Rotary on Sept. 17 Florida Cammo, a classic rock cover band, will hold a rare concert performance at The Copper Bottom on Friday, Sept. 17, at 10 p.m. Cammo features Trans-Siberian Orchestra guitarist Chris Caffery, Trixter drummer and Rotarian Mark Scott, Highroad guitarist Mark Sly and Skeleton Crew bassist Brian Gregory. Partial proceeds will benefit the Warwick Valley Rotary. On last year’s Trans-Siberian Orchestra winter tour, Caffery played in front of more than 1.2 million people in more than 80 cities and starts his next winter tour in October. Trixter sold more than three million albums and played live in front of millions of people opening for bands like KISS, The Scorpions, Poison, Great White and Warrant. The $10 admission price includes every entrant in a chance to win a personally-autographed electric guitar signed by Cammo. Patrons are advised to show up early, as Cammo’s previous performances have been sold-out. The Copper Bottom restaurant is located at 162 N. Main St., in Florida. For more information call 651-5700. Apple pie baking contest will be held at Warwick Applefest on Oct. 3 WARWICK An apple pie baking contest will be held during Warwick’s 22nd annual Applefest on Sunday, Oct. 3, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Entries will be judged in two categories: the junior division for bakers age 16 and under, and the senior division for those age 17 and older. Entrants must attach a 3x5 index card to their baked pie, including their name and phone number, junior or senior division, type of apple used, and the recipe ingredients. No pre-registration is needed. Apple pies should be dropped off at the 4-H Cornell Cooperation Extension booth near Kuiken Brothers Lumber Company at South Street and Railroad Avenue on the day of Applefest, between 8 and 11:30 a.m. Judging will be completed by approximately 1 p.m., after which pies will be sold by the slice. Proceeds from the sale of apple pie slices will go to the Warwick Ecumenical Food Pantry. In both the senior and junior divisions, these prizes will be awarded: First place is $50; and an apple cookbook for second and third place. For information about the Applefest Apple Pie Baking Contest, call 986-4423. For information about Applefest, go to warwickapplefest.com. Moonlight bowling to raise money for suicide prevention walk in October Warwick A moonlight bowling event will be held, starting at 6 p.m., on Saturday, Sept. 18, at the Frontier Lanes/Pin Street Bowling Alley, to benefit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Out of the Darkness Walk on Oct. 24, at the Warwick High School Track. The cost is $20 per person, which includes three games, shoe rental, food and music. The event will include a 50/50 and a tricky tray. Purchase tickets before Sept. 16 by calling either Jenn at 590-9473 or Crystal at 346-5382. The bowling alley is located on Route 94 across from ShopRite.