GOBBLE & GROOVE

Revel in the spectacular Fall foliage of the Hudson Valley at the 3rd annual Gobble & Groove! Celebrate the beautiful turkeys who call Catskill home as we honor them with a special feeding of their favorite treats (the pigs get some too!).

Enjoy an autumn feast with sweet and savory treats by The Cinnamon SnailYeah DawgRockin’ Raw, and Healthy Gourmet To-Go, as you jam to live fiddle music from The Bad Cats and newgrass from Stranger at Home.

There’s fun for the whole family!
Bond with rescued turkeys, pigs, goats, horses, cows, and more!
-Feed pumpkins to the pigs
-Decorate a pumpkin for Halloween
-Shop the mini vegan marketplace
-Get some serenity with outside yoga
-Learn new recipes and try free samples at food demos
-Score cool prizes at the raffle

Don’t miss our special guest speaker, best-selling author Gene Stone who has written or co-authored 45 books, including Eat for the Planet, The How Not to Die Cookbook, Mercy for Animals, Living the Farm Sanctuary Life, My Beef with Meat, Forks over Knives: The Plant Based Way to Health, The Secrets of People Who Never Get Sick, and The Engine 2 Diet.

The celebration will go on rain or shine!

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Strut Your Pup

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“Strut Your Pup” on Sunday, September 23rd at Francher Davidge Park in Middletown from 8 am – 11 am. There will be a prize for the Best Costume! All proceeds benefit MHS. Adults are $25 and children under 12 are free. Click here to print the registration form and required waiver: http://www.middletownhumanesociety.com/strut-pup-walk-september-23-2018/

Lady Moon & The Eclipse

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Led by Ngonda Badila (whose name means ‘moon’ in Congolese), Lady Moon & The Eclipse are a multicultural collective blending soaring vocal textures with R&B/afrobeat-influenced rhythms to create inspirational music with an emphasis on inclusivity and spiritual unity.
Well know for their spectacular performances with compelling dance moves, galactic projection art, and ethereal handmade regalia designed and handmade by Lady Moon herself, there is no denying the entrancing beauty on this cosmic journey.

This concert by Lady Moon & The Eclipse is part of a weekend of events by Hudson’s first family of creativity. Don’t miss Young Paris’ (Milandou Badila) triumphant return to his hometown Friday, July 20 at 9pm, and the free performances of Spirit of the River on Friday, July 20; Saturday, July 21; and Sunday, July 22.

Rock’n Brunch

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The Anchor in Kinsgston

Not your typical polite brunch! We are here for your recoveries needs with Brunch Food and Drink specials along with our regular menu.
Try our house made corned beef hash or how about Hot Mess Fries with Eggs? Sweet tooth? We got you covered with weekly French Toast Specials! Ever had a doughnut hamburger bun? Me either…but let’s do it!
Carafes of Bloody Marys and Mimosas coming right at ya!

 

Middletown’s Summer Concert Series

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The City of Middletown & The Downtown Middletown Business Improvement District is proud to announce the 2018 Summer Concert Series! These Free Concerts at Run 4 Downtown Park resume May 24th and go until August 17th with a special Friday Night Concert to conclude the series. This event will take place weekly on Thursdays from 6 to 8 PM at 19 North Street. This Event is Weather Permitting. For more information feel free to give the BID Office a call at (845) 343-8075.

Woodstock-New Paltz Art & Crafts Fair Memorial Day Weekend

32482892_10156581355074883_2845377844614266880_nThe Hudson Valley’s premier art and crafts show brings makers, artists and art & craft-lovers together every Memorial Day and Labor Day weekend. Since 1982, Quail Hollow Events has supported the handmade and offered visitors one-on-one interactions with many of the country’s finest artists and craftspeople. Fair-goers will experience an extensive assortment of art and craft demonstrations and live entertainment by laudable regionally-based musicians, while savoring the Hudson Valley’s best wines, craft beer and locally produced handcrafted foods.

This is a family-friendly event, with a complimentary supervised children’s art & crafts tent dedicated to inspiring our youngest makers — who will also enjoy face-painting, interactive musical performances, a magic show and more. And don’t forget, children 12 and under are FREE!

May 26 (Saturday): 10 am – 5:30 pm
May 27 (Sunday) : 10 am – 5:30 pm
May 28 (Monday) : 10 am – 4:00 pm

Adults $9.00 | Seniors $8.00 | Children 12 & under FREE | Weekend Pass (valid all 3 days) $12 | Veterans with ID are FREE Monday

FREE PARKING

Discount tickets, entertainment schedule, sneak-peak media galleries and more information available at www.quailhollow.com.

2nd Annual Bubble Parade

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Saturday, May 19 at 1 PM – 4 PM in Warwick

Join us as we celebrate happiness with bubbles! Bring bubbles, friends, smiles, music and spread the joy to all those around us! Meet at Lewis Park. We will parade down South Street blowing bubbles to Stanley Deming Park where we can all play and blow more bubbles! Big bubbles will be at the park! Invite your family, friends and neighbors! It was such a blast last year I hope to see everyone again!

AppleFest

truck.jpgApplefest is Orange County’s largest fall festival. The historic village of Warwick, surrounded by apple orchards, is celebrating the harvest with hundreds of craft and food vendors, live music and entertainment all day on several stages, a wonderful Farmer’s Market, Apple Pie contest, children’s carnival and so much more. Come for the day – there’s fun for the entire family! 10am-5pm.  845-986-2720. Held rain or shine. INFO

Open Days Program Garden Tour

nydc_hyland-wente_dsc_0254Explore five private gardens in Millerton, Millbrook, and Pawling, NY and West Cornwall, CT open for self-guided tours to benefit the Garden Conservancy. Highlights include an extensive naturalistic rock garden, ornamental vegetable gardens, several ponds and water features, a large collection of native plants, and a wild and rocky ravine planted with giant ferns and hot colors. Begin at the Kaye Garden, or see website for additional locations; hours vary. No reservations required; rain or shine. Admission is $7 per private garden; children 12 & under free.

For More Information: See www.opendaysprogram.org or call The Garden Conservancy toll-free weekdays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST, 1-888-842-2442.