Lower Hudson Valley Weekend EventsThe Lower Hudson Valley Weekend Events
On this special holiday weekend:
Groundbreaking 6 late spring and autumn activities
Labour Day - the informal end of sommer - is here. Before returning to the pace of your schooling and work, take advantage of this weekend by meeting your relatives and buddies for a walk, a barbeque in the yard and of course the seasonal trip to the sun.
Whether it's pyrotechnics under the stars, dance at nights or even your favourite discos - here you'll find funny events to help you soak up Labor Day and keep the blues in check at the end of the year. The Labor Day in Hudson Valley wouldn't be completed without the cute sound of the West Point Band.
Relax the summers and welcome the autumn with a musical night of Tchaikovsky's 1812 Ouverture with life canon fire and firework. 7:30 Sunday. If it rains, the show takes place on the day of work. You can see the last firework of Rye Playland in Westchester on Friday at 21:15.
Grounds close for the work day for the whole tourist seasons. There are two good reason s to go to the Westchester classical theme playground if you haven't had a chance to stop by Playland this year. On Sunday we return to the parc with children in a tug to Super Hero Day. There will be two action-packed shows with cartoon hero Spider-Man, Captain America, The Hulk and Black Widow at 2:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. The theme parks will be renewed on Sundays for the weekend from 12:00 to 11:00 p.m., so for a "Meet and Greet" meeting (with characters) between shows at 3:30 p.m. and a little more enjoyable with parking and playing in the sun.
The two events on Saturday and Sunday are free with parking entrance and take place in the Music Towers Theater. It is closed for the summer months on the working days and guests can drive all days with a $15 entrance fee from midday until 10pm. There is still plenty of history to go to Elizabethan England in the sixteenthcentury on the annual New York Renaissance Fair, which takes place on September 27th in the Sterling Forest.
For young and old there is a lot to do: sixteenth c. horseback riding, art, handicrafts, eating, dancing and dancing, shows on stages and of course the places of interest of chivalrous, ladies, marauders, bagpipers and more. On Saturday, the Time Traveler Weekend (5-7 September) begins, where you can walk in a procession, show your creative skills in an inventive co-play contest or take part in a treasure-hunt during Fantasy, Barbarian and Steampunk theme nights.
Grown-ups can spend every weekend until the end of the exhibition enjoying bar tours and tasting it. For a full calendar of events and more information, please see renfair.com. Go: 10.00-19.00 Saturday, Sunday and Labor Day, until September 27, Tuxedo Park. With CORNucopia's arrival you have a lead over your autumn festivals.
Philipsburg is back on Labor Day for the only lower Hudson Valley Maize Celebration. Ticket prices are $16 for grown-ups; $12 for senior citizens; $8 for kids from 3-17 years and free for kids under 3 years and are available on-line at hudsonvalley.org. Strolling, hiking, canoeing, cycling and the Hudson Valley as part of the Hudson River Valley Ramble, a Saturday and Sunday events celebrating the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area's past, present, culture as well as the scenery, municipalities and paths in the area.
Today's meeting will take place from 5 to 27 September. To find a tour leader with the places taking part, please go to hudsonrivervalleyramble.com. Say goodbye to summers with a Piermont Pier music party to the music of Big Jim Wheeler, Peach Project, Reflections and The Band. Go: Noon-17 o'clock, day of work.