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A second Hudson Valley Taco Festival with more than 40 different ways of cooking will take place on Saturday 23 June from 13:30 at the Orange County Farmers Museum (850 NY-17K, Montgomery). You can buy tasty taco specialities such as steak, chickens, fish, prawns and vegans, and each voucher comes with free sauces and tasting of salsas.

The sangria, raft beers and refreshments will also be available at the event's four pubs. T...aco Fest only accepts hard currency and there are ATM machines on site. As the official Taco Tasting Judge you will tune for your favourite restaurant, accompanied by the sounds of jam and the appearances of typical taco groups.

Don't miss the Taco Takedown Eating Championship or Lucha Libre Fighting, both of which are part of your tickets.

Whole Hudson Valley July Sangria Festival Tickets, several dates

Come to our twelfth annual Hudson Valley Juli sightseeing festival. Crimson sungill. Non-drinker and children from 13 years $10. FREE Wine Club Members (any member is good for two MAX) RAIN OR SHINE- THIS IS A PENTED EVENT. Non-drinkers and children 13 years and older are $10 (A jar of our new soft drink soup is in your voucher!

Holidays in the Hudson Valley

Hudson Valley is an excellent place all year round, but with the start of the vacation, the whole area gets into the mood, with Christmas carols, vacation trips, a variety of arts exhibitions and shows at community theatres and many of the area's numerous living musicals.

Xmas is less than two week away, and many folks haven't completed their purchase yet! Now' a great season to explore Hudson Valley, find last-minute tights and turn your last-minute holidays into a mini-vacation by taking in some of the many activities and celebrations around the Valley.

Several of the more famous historical manors in the area offer vacation trips, take a rest in between and let themselves be inspired by the variety of light and ornament. Sunday, December 17th - Enjoy a treasure-hunt in the historical manor house.

The Wilderstein Manor House offers visits on Saturday and Sunday, 16 and 17 December, Saturday, 23 and Tuesday and Wednesday, 26 and 27 December 2017 from 13:00 to 16:00, with a guide in each room to help you find answers and exchange information. Inclusive: warm chocolates and singing songs with a read of the vacation classical.

Trains run until December 28th. For more information, please see http://cmrrevents. com/wordpress/polarexpress/. If you are still here after Christmas, or just come at the turn of the year, come and see two cities celebrating New Years! Kingston's Uptown New Year's Eve celebration, Sunday 31 December 2017 - 23:30 Ball dropping at the Wall and North Front Streets in Kingston at 12:00, firework and more! http://village.saugerties.ny.us/content/Calendars/View/1;/content/CalendarEntries/View/4088.

Hudson Valley has too many activities in one place, here are some of the attractions from some provinces in the area. Several of Ulster County's attractions include interactive theatrical performances, winter solstice celebrations, New Year's Eve celebrations and first day hikes.

You can find many more shows at http://ulstercountyalive. com/calendar and http://www.thecommunityguide.net/annual.html. You can find even more Hudson Valley dates here: Most of our members bed and breakfasts are available locally for these activities, so make sure you know your dates, as the vacations are quickly full to find the ideal place to spend the night and go shopping for your vacation and take full benefit of all the vacation activities the area has to provide.

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