President’s Week Fireworks


Celebrate winter break with a spectacular fireworks display! Enjoy dinner at SEASONS before taking in the show from the best viewing point – the patio of the Base Lodge.

Billy Joel Tribute Band, Cold Spring Harbor, will play two sets in SEASONS, starting at 4pm.


February 17
8:00 pm – 9:00 pm


Windham Mountain Resort
19 Resort Drive
Windham , NY United States


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Westtown Brew Works

3rd Annual Westtown Brew Works “On Ice” Live music all day, Food Trucks and Great Local Beverages!!

30′ Ice Bar! $5 Admission per person Advance admission available for purchase in our tasting room starting Saturday, 12/30. Online Admission available by emailing: You will receive a reservation number within 24 hours of your email.Maximum 6 Admissions per email (just indicate the number of people you are purchasing for)



2d7436b1c1293c8a2722b99810332275Now that we’ve officially crossed the half-way mark of January, I thought it was only fitting to take a second and check in on each other. How are you doing? How is the new year going so far? I finally took the plunge and tossed out our Christmas tree last weekend. Even though it sure was hard to say goodbye to that bone-dry mini fir, I convinced my husband to leave up a few strands of lights around our apartment. That way, we can enjoy the spirit of the holidays for just a tad-bit longer. Plus, those warm white bulbs always illuminate such a cozy vibe, don’t you think?

Anyway, enough of my off-tangent rant. Time to get back on track.

How are your new year’s resolutions coming? I know I mentioned some simple resolutions to revitalize your body, mind and soul here that are totally doable any time of the year, but then I got to thinking: What about the people that are looking to grow and evolve but aren’t really keen on resolutions in the first place? And that’s why I’m here today.

Instead of creating one, two, three (four, five, six) giant self-care goals to achieve throughout the next 365 days, why not take the year one month at a time? That way, you can tackle smaller challenges with each 30/31 days that pass and revel in just as much (if not more!) self-improvement success by the time December rolls around. Enticing, right?

Now of course, everyone is unique so your idea of self-care might differ with what I’ve listed below, but I’m hoping it will at least help you get started on your journey!

January: Infuse your mind with inspiration.

With the cheerful holiday decor all packed up and the outdoor temperatures consistently dropping, it doesn’t take much for January to seem a bit dreary. But don’t let the cold frigid weather get you down. Instead, take time to infuse your mind with inspiration. Plan a trip. Add adventures to your bucket list. And if you don’t have a bucket list, create one. The excitement of having something to look forward to will be the heat needed on even the coldest of days. FULL ARTICLE AT WIT & DELIGHT



Local bands and singer/songwriters perform every weekend at Glenmere Brewing Co. to enhance craft beer tastings. Guests are encouraged to make their visit a complete entertainment experience; customers are allowed to bring in outside food and delivery service is available from surrounding Florida, NY restaurants. Afternoon musical entertainment* is Saturday from 2-6 pm and Sunday from 1-4 pm. *hours are subject to change.

The 9 Best Things to Do in the Hudson Valley This January

yogapalooza-bari-koral-2Stretch and Dance to Yogapalooza

Albany will be dancing and stretching with children’s favorite yoga expert in Yogapalooza with Bari Koral. An interactive concert packed with yoga poses, songs, dance, and play, it’s based on the TV show created and hosted by Koral, who’s appeared at the White House and all over the country.  Koral gets children involved in yoga in a fun, entertaining way with activities such as taking a trip to the moon, yoga with a gingerbread man, pop like popcorn, hang upside-down like bats, and lots more as they rock out to award-winning songs. Adults are free, accompanied by a child, and beginners are welcome. Jan 20, 3 p.m., $15. The Egg Center for the Performing Arts, Empire State Plaza, 270 State St, Albany, 518.473.1845;

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Kids in the Kitchen with Cooper

2018-01-03_13-08-19SAT, JAN 6, 2018 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM AT FOUNDRY 42+ IN PORT JERVIS

Come and cook with Cooper Boone at Foundry 42+! Drop your child off for a cooking class on select dates in January, February & March.

Class includes use of apron and chef’s hat. Class is limited to 12 students.

Ages 6-12. Cost per class: $30.

Dates: Jan. 6, Jan. 14, Feb. 17, March 4, March 18.

No refunds issued. Classes will be rescheduled if weather cancels.