Dos Equis Bear Mountain Mogul Challenge

mogul_challengeKillington Resort will host its annual Dos Equis Bear Mountain Mogul Challenge on the slopes of Outer Limits on Saturday, April 8, 2017. This highly-anticipated amateur competition will be judged based on turns and lines, air and speed; recognizing the technical superiority and athletic ability of the competitors. The race is easily accessible from Bear Mountain Lodge, and spectators can watch the action from the outdoor bar on the BML deck. Registration to compete is now open at www.killington.com.

The top 32 men and 16 women will compete in a head-to-head competition, in which the 1st-4th place winners’ names will be engraved on the Bear Mountain Mogul Challenge Trophy. Competitors will be required to have a lift ticket to compete. Discounted lift tickets for competitors will be available for purchase at registration.

The Dos Equis Bear Mountain Mogul Challenge is part of Killington Resort’s Spring NOR’BEASTER event series, which will feature events throughout the Spring season. This includes everything from competitions to giveaways and live music. For more information about the 2017 NOR’BEASTER and a full events line-up, please visit www.killington.com and stay tuned to www.killington.com/conditions for updates on spring operations, including announcements about potential June skiing.

Divisions include Men and Women ages 13 & under, Men and Women ages 14-20, Men and Women 21-34, Men and Women 35-49, and Men and Women ages 50+. The entry fee for all divisions is $50, which does not include a lift ticket. Online pre-registration will close on April 5, 2017 at 5:00PM or when all spots are filled. Please note that no USSA members registered as competitors in the past five years will be allowed to race.

For further information, click here.

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Ulster Festival of Dance

2017-03-09_12-03-57Ulster 34th Annual Festival of Dance at UPAC in Kingston

March 25 @ 8:00 pm10:00 pm

An exciting celebration of dance, with performances featuring various styles of dance and top notch dance companies, showcasing choreographers and dancers. Produced by the Ulster Ballet Company. 8 p.m. Tickets: $25 adults, $22 seniors and UPAC/Bardavon members, $18 children 12 and under and groups of 10 or more. UPAC, 601 Broadway, Kingston. Box Office: 339-6088; upac.org; Ticketmaster: 800-745-3000; ticketmaster.com

Exit 20

2017-02-24_11-58-01Emerge Gallery & Art Space in Saugerties is pleased to present “Exit 20: A Group Exhibition of Saugerties Artists” from February 18 – March 27, 2017.

Twenty two artists are participating in this  exhibition which includes various styles and mediums — acrylic, collage, colored pencil, mixed media, oil, photography, sculpture, and watercolor.

All are welcome. Artwork in the exhibition will be available to view and purchase on line at www.emergegalleryny.com

Hudson Valley Getaway

2270-418559818bdb5a60dc08e45fe82efc84Mid-week from now through March, experience the best of the Hudson Valley at Mohonk Mountain House!

Come visit and explore this spectacular region – and find out why it’s being called “the Napa Valley of the East”! The curated Hudson Valley Getaway Map features trails to delight all interests and ages. From Scenic Views to seasonal “Pick Your Own” farms, from the expansive Wine & Spirits Trail to the Ale Trail, History Trail, Art Trail, and more, Mohonk wants your trip to and from the mountaintop to be an adventure you’ll remember.

Once you’ve arrived, there’s so much more of the “Hudson Valley” to enjoy – right on the mountaintop!

Where Cash Is King

cash_is_king_event_flash_jpeg_2016Cash Is King Returns To Daryl’s House For A Johnny Cash Birthday Celebration plus Truck Stop Troubadours

“Cash Is King” The Music of Johnny Cash, June Carter and Tennessee Three  Returns to “House of Daryl Hall” To Rock The Joint In Honor Of Johnny Cash’s Birthday  !! With Special Guest Truck Stop Troubadours..

February 25th at 7 PM

Reserved Seating $30
General Admission $20

There’s a killer restaurant here too, so come hungry. Reservations recommended to guarantee table seating.

Buy Your Tickets Here: http://www.ticketweb.com/t3/sale/SaleEventDetail?dispatch=loadSelectionData&eventId=6578585

Daryl’s House Club
130 New York 22, Pawling, NY 12564
(845) 289-0185
http://www.darylshouseclub.com/

Reserve your seat for the Big Game

superbowl_finalWatch the Big Game on the Big Screens in our Sports Lounge, Sunday, February 5th! 5pm-12am

Multi-level lounge, with three 180″ projector screens and fourteen 70″ plasmas televisions. Fun atmosphere for any function!

$22.99 per person will include: -Access to the private event-Sports Buffet (Mountain of Nachos, Four Cheese Pizza Bites, Boneless Buffalo Wings, Bar Burgers, Fresh Veggies & Ranch), Build Your Own Hot Dog Station, Unlimited Soda)Plus!-$2.50 Bud Light or Coors Light Pints-Prizes all day.

Reservations are required in advance, please call or email Brigid Purdy at 845-348-6007 or Brigid_Purdy@daveandbusters.com

Dave & Buster’s, 4661 Palisades Center Drive, West Nyack, NY

What’s That?

planetarium-026Find Out What Goes Bump in the Night on January 16th!

Do you ever lay awake in bed, listening to the nighttime sounds and wonder “What’s That?” Discover the answers for yourself in a special program with the Henry Hudson Planetarium and the Albany Pine Bush! Learn what animals make those spooky sounds at night and learn the names and stories behind the stars who twinkle down on you at night. This is a special program hosted at the Albany Visitor Center in partnership with the Albany Pine Bush. For more information about the Albany Pine Bush, visit albanypinebush.org. Show is geared towards ages 5-7

Right up your Alley

spins_bowl_wappingers_falls_-_low_res-1482910410-7647Wappingers Falls Spins Bowl, the redesigned family entertainment center recently greeted local dignitaries to celebrate the new center.

Wappingers Falls Spins Bowl threw nothing but strikes with the community as it recently announced the grand opening of the newly renovated bowling and entertainment center (formerly Holiday Bowl). The redesigned family entertainment center greeted local dignitaries at a VIP event to celebrate the new center in Wappingers Falls, off of Old Route 9.

Among the dignitaries present were Dutchess County Executive Marcus Molinaro, State Senator Susan Serino 41st District, Frank M. Castella, Jr., President and CEO, Dutchess County Regional Chamber of Commerce, Melaine Rottkamp, VP, Dutchess Tourism and Lori Sucich-Jiava, Town Supervisor, Wappingers.

“Everyone is excited to have the new bowling and family center open and ready for business here in Wappingers Falls,” said Bill Diamond, Co-Founder of Diamond Properties. “We spent months refurbishing the center and adding large projection video screens for the 20 lanes, new seating, a redemption arcade, foosball, billiards, private VIP room with 7 alleys, a bar (made from the wood of a bowling alley). The restaurant (The Alley Kat) features craft beers and delicious food, pizzas and other drinks. There is something for the entire family to enjoy at Spins Bowl.” Continue reading