Welcome to the Kendal on Hudson (KoH) Residents Website.  Kendal is a nonprofit continuing care community of friendly, vibrant, and creative people, passionate about life, in a beautiful environment.  The website provides information about life here for residents and interested outsiders.  Content is compiled or produced by residents, under the auspices of the Residents Website Committee with support from the KoH Residents Association Council.

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Lore Strauss Speaking about Growing Up in Prewar Germany and Wartime France November 12, 2018 at Kendal on Hudson

  Photo by Arthur Brady

Photo by Arthur Brady

Nancy Gibbs Speaking about “Truth, Tribes and Traumas: How Democracy Broke” November 9, 2018 at Kendal on Hudson

  Photo by Caroline Persell

Photo by Caroline Persell

CEO Jim Antonucci at the November 8, 2018 Kendal on Hudson Town Hall

  Photo by Arthur Brady

Photo by Arthur Brady

Father Ronald Lemmert Discussing his new Book Refuge in Hell at Kendal on Hudson November 5, 2018

  Photo by Arthur Brady

Photo by Arthur Brady

Marcy Freedman Speaking on “Social and Political Commentary in Western Art” at Kendal on Hudson October 29, 2018

  Photo by Caroline Persell

Photo by Caroline Persell

Three Pace University Students Presenting their Film “Puerto Rico: Hope in the Dark” October 15, 2018

 From left to right: Joseph Gonzalez, graduate student; Devin Stafford, junior; Rachel Scopp-Cardillo, junior.  Photo by Arthur Brady

From left to right: Joseph Gonzalez, graduate student; Devin Stafford, junior; Rachel Scopp-Cardillo, junior. Photo by Arthur Brady

REBEL Played at Kendal on Hudson October 12, 2018

Here’s a video clip of an earlier concert they gave at Kendal.

Program on Medical Aid in Dying and Policy Issues by Guest Panelists David Leven and Dr. May Beth Morrissey October 10, 2018.

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One of the resources mentioned at the meeting was the above informative booklet on Palliative Care in New York State. Click here to download a copy of the booklet. Links to other resources are: click here for “A Summary of New York State’s Proposed Medical Aid in Dying Act,” click here for “Hospice Care isn’t enough for all the dying,” and click here for “The Case for Medical Aid in Dying for the Terminally Ill in New York”.

Recent Editions of Kendal View, our Bimonthly Journal

Other issues of Kendal View are in the Creating page of the Community Life section of this website.  Scroll down to the Writing section of that page to see them.


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  Some Kendal residents share their stories about why they came

Some Kendal residents share their stories about why they came

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