Lower Hudson Valley Weekend EventsThe Lower Hudson Valley Weekend Events
What to expect: Lower Hudson Valley Activities
A Halloween iconic Halloween lantern that incorporates hundreds of handcarved jacket o'lanterns, everything from your default jacket to highly sophisticated abstracted design - illuminated by the Van Cortlandt Manor scenery in Croton-on-Hudson in various themed and conceptional configurations. Common maps for the 2015 Blaze, which has extended to 30 overnights and will run until mid-November, will go on Sale Sept. 1.
Advance booking is necessary and the hours depend on the chosen night. Ticket is $20 adult; $16 child 3-17;(Saturdays $25, $20). Free-of-charge for kids under 3 years. For more information and to book and purchase your ticket, please visit www.hudsonvalley.org. It is a window for the public to see home-made and home-made products such as veggies, cathedrals, needlework, cheeks, photographs, cattle and cattle.
With onstage and black top entertainments, thrills and games for the whole familiy, includes cattle show, floral and product show, four-horse activity, Fairway and drives, competition and contest. Sept. 10-13: $8 for grown-ups, $5 for kids under 12 years and undergraduates. For further information such as timetable and bracelet information, please see yorktowngrangefair.org.
Grand Exhibition Grounds, 99 Moseman Road, Yorktown Heights, yorktowngrangefair.org. Ticket prices are $40 adults (16 years and older), $20 teenagers (2-15 years), free for kids under 2 years, and available to the general population from August 26th. It will sell out quickly. Stroll, trek, paddle, cycle and visit the Hudson Valley on Saturdays and Sundays in September, which commemorates the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area's past, present, culture as well as the scenery, towns and paths throughout the area.
Today's meeting will take place from 5 to 27 September. Please see hudsonrivervalleyramble.com for a tour or more information. Situations may have moved, but the tradition and enjoyment remain the same, which includes Alpine Squeeze, Fritz's Polka Band, Adam Barthalt Orchestram Spitze, Johnny Konig Band and Alex Meixner Band. The Grammy Award winners Jimmy Sturr Band and Alex Meixner Band will also perform.
Weekend 12 September - 25 October and Columbus Day. The Powwow in FDR Park on September 19 and 20 will offer a variety of Indian specialities, including Indian cuisine, drumming, dance, musical performances, handicrafts, story telling and children's programm. Ticket prices are $12 adult and youth, $8 child from 6-12 years, $10 senior and student, free for child up to 5 years, and can be bought at fdr2015.eventbrite.com or on the site.
2957 Crompond Road, Yorktown Heights. Running from 12:00 to 18:00, the show is free and offers a mixture of performers such as Lew Abramson, Lydia Adams Davis, James Durst, Robert and Susan Gelb, John Guth and Terry Kitchen, among others. On September 2, the historian Paul Barrett will give a lecture on many of the lands and property that once ruled the countryside in the two Hudson River victims.
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