Free things to do in the Hudson Valley

Hudson Valley Free Activities

On board the tractor at the historic Muscoot Farm. Draw with wire, inspired by a Matisse exhibition, at the Katonah Museum of Art Family Free Day. Autumn leaves picnic at Bear Mountain. You can also visit the speciality boutique for children. Made-in-NY tour.

Enjoy 7 great activities in spring: free entry to museums, open-air parties and more

Listen to real life tunes, take part in practical things like dying yarn and handicrafts for kids, among them a 20 foot web site. Ticket now available: $16, $12 senior, $8 kids 3-17 on-line; $18, $14 senior, $10 kids 3-17, on the date of the show. Free admission for under 3 years old.

Lyndhurst Spring Crafts, a handicraft festival, will return to Tarrytown from 4 to 6 May. Usually a week-end ticket costs $12; senior citizens (62+) are $11; kids 6-16 are $4; and kids under 6 years are free. Friday, 10-17 h; Saturday, 10-18 h; Sunday, 10-17 h; rain or sunshine.

Six hundred and thirty-five S. Broadway, Tarrytown. 1008 Brown St., Peekskill, Tarrytown. For us, a free week-end with free extracurriculars for the whole host families seems like a good period. The 6th of May, visitors can take part in practical workshop and activity based on the exhibition "Neo-Victorian", which can be seen in the exhibition until the 13th of May.

Wednesday, Thursday selected Friday matinees: 11:30 a. m. and 1 p. m. show; Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings: 6:30 p. m. dinners and 8 p. m. show; Sunday matinees: 1:30 p. m. dinners and shows; Sunday evenings: 5:30 p. m. dinners and shows at 7 p. m. For bookings, call 914-592-2222 or go to

Choice Cuts' The famous guitar player honored his dad, Frank Zappa, with his Grammy-winning work, now Dweezil Zappa. Experience his new show full of courageous Frank Zappa music. Music Hall, 13 Main St., Tarrytown,

Thirteen complimentary activities in Albany, NY

The Associated Press / The Associated Press. Founded in 1836, the New York State is the oldest and biggest state school. This photograph from 2013 shows Tom Capstraw, lefthand, and Zach Warner, both from Albany, the farewell speech by President George Washington, made in Washington's own hands and exhibited at the New York State Mu.

Find out more about the Muzeum. Includes the finest collection that documents the Upper Hudson Valley region's history and civilization, among them important 17th and 18th centuries Hudson River schoold. Find out more about the Muzeum. The Crossgates Majorca, constructed by shopping center designer Robert Congel and his Pyramid Cos, receives 20 million visitors a year.

The Crossgates Mall was opened in 1984. Albany The Albany Peninsula Bush Reserve, situated at New Karner Road 195, on the northwestern edge of Albany, is a 3,000 hectare interior pinewood sanctuary, similar to New Jersey, Cape Cod and Long Island. Conquered by the Albany Piney Bush Reserve Commission, the reserve is home to more than 1,500 flora and fauna types, among them the federal threatened Karner bluefinch.

You can find further information on the website of the Kiefernbusch.

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