Hudson Valley things to do this Weekend

Huderson Valley things to do this weekend

Guided tour of Innisfree Garden Special Mother's Day. This weekend in the Hudson Valley, from theatre to music to Swedish Christmas, there will be three holiday events. Then there' s this event in Kingston next weekend. Are you looking for activities in the Hudson Valley this last weekend in June? Hudson River Valley Attractions & Activities.

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Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, held every two years, is an exceptional occasion for restaurant owners to present their best food and wine creation, win new customers and entertain them. With 114 Leagues, Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is proud to be the biggest and most prestigious restaurant in the area. Approximately 250,000 people eat in over 200 of our 200 participant establishments during the restaurant week.

Fifty Stunning Activities in Hudson Valley

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Visit the New Windsor Cantonment State Historic Site, which also hosts the National Purple Heart Hall of Honor. When you visit Hudson Valley in autumn, visit the New York Renaissance Fair in Tuxedo Park.

Three activities this weekend in Hudson Valley

Farmers' Museum in Cooperstown presents "A Christmas Carol", four life shows after Charles Dickens' popular classical song, Friday 15 December at 7 pm, Saturday 16 December at 2 pm and 5 pm and Sunday 17 December at 3 pm. The Catskills Buchdorf, Hobart, hosts a signed books presentation with Catarina Astrom, writer of Catarina Christmas and Catarina Home Cookings, on Sunday 17 December at 3 pm.

Astrom' s textbooks take the Americans to the Christmas kitchen and Swedish tradition. The Fisher Center in Annandale-on-Hudson is organizing the Winter Songfest, a joint Bard Conservatory and Bard Music Program performance on Saturday 16 December at 8pm. Concerts with the Bard Conservatory Orchestra, The Orchestra Now and the Graduate Vocal Arts Program will be led by James Bagwell.

On the programme are Mozart's sleigh ride, excerpts from Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker and Bach's B minor Mass as well as folk music such as I'll Be Home for Christmas and Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas. She' the writer of Art in the Catskills (3rd issue, 2016), available at and Kindle.

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