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Headless Horseman is open the last two weekends of September, and October Weekends – Friday, Saturday, & Sunday evenings. Additional dates may be added around Halloween. Check the Schedule for a full list of dates.

Children’s Day – A Tiny Taste of Terror – 2nd & 4th Saturday in October

  • 10 Attractions
  • 4 Gift Shops
  • 5 Food Cafes

Tickets are now available online!

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Behr Just Announced Its 2019 Color Of The Year, And You’re Going To Love It

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It’s official: 2019 is all about the color blue — Blueprint, to be exact — at least according to Behr. The paint company revealed Blueprint S740-5, a warm, soft hue, as the brand’s 2019 Color Of The Year, describing the shade as “a mid-tone blue that charts a course for people to reimagine the colors and design of their home.” The paint company says it’s meant to signify authenticity, confidence, and timelessness. As far as blues go, this one’s pretty stunning — it feels cozy and inviting, but not overpowering.

Erika Woelfel, Behr’s vice president of color and creative services, called the shade an “instant classic,” adding that, “Much like the sketches builders rely on to bring an architectural design to life, Blueprint S470-5 lays a foundation for consumers to make their unique vision a reality.” Continue Reading >>>

PFALZ POINT TRAIL CHALLENGE

challengeThe Pfalz Point Trail Challenge is a 10-mile benefit run to raise money for Mohonk Preserve, a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the beautiful Shawangunk Ridge. The proceeds from the 2018 race registration fees and sponsorships will support the restoration and maintenance of the carriage roads. The network of more than 30 miles of carriage roads in Mohonk Preserve serves hundreds of thousands of visitors annually, including hosting races, such as Pfalz Point Trail Challenge.

Date

Sunday September 30, 2018 (rain or shine.) Check in begins at 8:00am. Race starts at 9:00am.

Location

Start and finish at the Mohonk Preserve’s Spring Farm Trailhead on Upper 27 Knolls Road (off Mohonk Road) in High Falls, NY. See course map.

Course

The course offers a rare chance to race on some of the most extraordinary running trails in the U.S., with ten miles of broad open meadows with spectacular views, steep and rocky footpaths, and gently rolling carriage roads. The course is clearly marked and features water stops at 2¼ miles, 3¾ miles, 6 miles and 7¾ miles. See the course map for details. Continue reading

HOW TO MAKE YOUR HOME FEEL LIKE A COZY WEEKEND GETAWAY

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COURTESY OF AMBER INTERIORS

via MyDomaine.com – The modern farmhouse décor style has seen a resurgence in recent years. Visions of loungey and lofty spaces with pitched roofs, reclaimed beams, deep cozy sofas, and small antique pieces are enough to make each of us want to buy a cabin in the woods and retreat from city life forever.

Hudson Valley Food & Wine Fest

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SEPTEMBER 8 AND 9, 2018

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The Hudson Valley Wine & Food Fest celebrates the bounty of wine, food and fun in the Hudson Valley all in one place. This annual event takes place the second weekend of September at the Dutchess County Fairgrounds. Enjoy hundreds of wines from Hudson Valley WineriesCideriesDistilleriesCraft Beers, Food Trucks and Gourmet Foods.

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Old New Paltz Stone House Day

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Historic Huguenot Street is hosting a special revival of Stone House Day, a formerly annual tradition, in partnership with the Town of New Paltz. On Saturday, September 8, from 11 AM to 4 PM, the National Historic Landmark District will host Old New Paltz Stone House Day to celebrate the 340th anniversary of the settling of New Paltz by twelve French Huguenots in 1678.

This Old New Paltz Stone House Day will have a stronger focus on the diversity of Hudson Valley history by highlighting the many cultures that impacted New Paltz and Ulster County including African, Dutch, English, Esopus Munsee, and French. The Reformed Church of New Paltz will once again be a partner in this event. Continue reading