I am going to go to my first Divine Liturgy this Sunday and Father Michael says that after he will give me a calender and that he wants me to become a part of the community there. My first question are: Do you suppose Father Michael will give me a Prayer Rule when I go there? If he doesn't, should I ask for one?
I hope things go well on Sunday
Regarding a prayer rule, I'm not sure. It depends on how much contact you've had with him, how he goes about things, and other factors. If you want you can always tell him about wanting to have a prayer rule to do consistently, and see where things go from there. Maybe he'll be ultra specific, maybe he'll just suggest a prayer book or two, or maybe he'll say something else entirely.
Secondly, I was reading this today and it shows how Orthodox Christians have icon stands that they pray in front of. Now, the site mentions that you should have a cross, a Bible, an icon of Christ, an icon of the Blessed Theotokos, an icon of my patron saint, a prayer book, and an incense burner. I want to make my own icon stand, but should I wait and find out which prayer book my parish uses? Also, do I pick my own patron saint and is there a specific type of cross I should get?
Again I won't be much help... cause it's up to you
I don't see anything wrong with getting icons or whatever else before you have a prayer book. Spontaneous prayer or the Jesus Prayer before an icon will work while you wait. There are differing opinions on crosses, incense burners, etc. Ask your priest if you aren't sure, or just get what seems best for you for now. Regarding choosing a patron saint, that process also can vary. Generally if you already have a Christian name, it's encouraged that you choose a patron saint with that name, though that's not necessarily set in stone. The patron saint should be someone that you connect with on some level beyond "his icon looks cool".
Last question (If I asked this once before, I apologize): This is the parish I will be going to. It is a OCA parish in Wappingers Falls, NY. Of what Jurisdiction would that be (I honestly don't know much about jurisdictions yet).
You already answered your own question: it's part of the OCA, or Orthodox Church in America.
Not knowing a lot about jurisdictions is probably a good thing, it just makes things confusing! If you can work out your salvation and worship God at that parish, then you're in the right place!