Things to do in Hudson Valley Ny this Weekend

Activities in Hudson Valley Ny this weekend

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When the Hudson Valley collapsed, the Hudson Valley Palace was once the reserve for excess warfare. A deserted shell of a psychiatric hospital that missed saving an jazz era legend is still almost intact. That deserted Hudson River plant once produced a million tiles a week. Well, that's how it works. The deserted graveyard disintegrates into ruins and shows the remains and artefacts that have been hidden there.

Destroyed villa hiding in the Hudson Valley forests, home to a tragic fucking romantic. Afforestation in operation is the major feature of this deserted stone pit. A trio of feminine puppets are rotating every day position and outfit in this curious historical house. Discover the breathtaking remains of Bannerman Castle. Subscribe to our events mailinglist to discover weird, magical and secret places near you.

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The Rockland Pride is on its way in 2018! Nyack has been hosting the yearly Rockland Pride party for 20 years, but this year Pride is going on touring! This year Rockland Pride Sunday (June 10, 2018) will be at Garner Arts Center in Garnerville, and Nyack will celebrate with a village-wide Pride Weekend.

You can find more information about the Pride Sunday celebrations and all Rockland Pride festivals here.......

July 10 activities

Kinderhook Village People's Parade on Saturday, July 4th ý Take yourself and your sponsors. Visit Random House on Saturday July 11th at Hudson Basilica from 9:00 - 18:00 for Off The Page - a truly one-of-a-kind experience that awakens the book to live and offers a days full of inspiring and enjoyable experiences in New York's picturesque Hudson Valley.

For more information and ticket details, visit http://www.randomhousebooks. com/event/off-the-page/ and use the HUDSON discount number! At 6 p.m. on 11 July in the Hawthorne Valley, the Declaration of Interdependence celebrates 43 years of work for interdependence and culture through the inclusion of learning, farming and the fine arts. Forty-three years of work for a new society and culture will be celebrated.

Evenings are cooked with livecentertainment, exceptional visitors, a quiet bidding and tasty food from the Chef's Consortium and from the Hawthorne Valley and neighbouring farmhouses. The ticket starts at $125. Further information and the buying of admission cards can be found at www.hawthornevalleyassociation.org/events/declaration. Mane Evene 3rd Annual Fundraiser on Saturday, 11 July from 10:00 - 15:00.

Make a Scarecrow on Sunday, July 12th at 9:00 am at Columbia County Fairgrounds (exhibition ring). Rainbow Room host Jonathan Wright and your hosts have a great time at the Empire Ranch in Copake on Saturday, July 18th from 6 pm. Shaking your diet while eating straight from the farmyard!

Join the 500 visitors, 100 of them native peasants, and visit renowned NYC, Boston, Saratoga, Hudson Valley and New York City. The cocktails include a wide range of drinks, Hudson Valley Cheese Course, familiy-style dinner cooked by Rainbow Room host Jonathan Wright, as well as a series of real and quiet cocktails, real time tunes and dance under the star on 220 acre of this historical home run hotel.

More information or to buy admission cards www.farmonfoundation.org. An open-air flea market will be held in Beaver Mill Antiques on Saturday 18 July. These are held on the third Saturday of every May-September. Club Life is hosting its first Life Day events on Saturday 18 July from 12:00 - 18:00.

We are inviting all companies to set up a desk. "Catfish Derby Leo Lasher" at Dutchman's Landing in Catskill on Saturday, July 18th. The Dish Hudson and Olde Hudson will meet on 18 July from 17:30 - 19:00. Produced for immediate consumption - not matured - cottage cheeses - small series, mostly cream cheeses from the region.

Try and match, slurp mouth-watering peppermint and meet in the gardens of Dish Hudson, 103 Warren Street. It is a great way to discover the best cheese varieties in Hudson Valley. The revenue will go to the new Hudson Area Library. For more information and to buy your ticket, visit www.Armory.HudsonAreaLibrary.org.

New York Park Junior Camp and New York Park starting July 20. PGA lessons, play, competitions, prices, a round of golf and a picnic dinner are available to all schoolchildren. From Monday to Thursday from 9:00 - 13:00 with dinner. Sylvia Center is inviting you to its eighth Annual Farm to Table Charity Dinner in the fields of Katchkie Farm in Kinderhook, organized by Great Performances on Saturday, July 25th.

The event is designed to help the Sylvia Center's Farm to Table programs for the youth of Columbia County. For more information and/or to buy your ticket, please go to www.sylviacenterdinner2015.eventbrite.com. Mac Haydn Theatre presents Hairspray from 2 to 19 July. "You Can' t Stop The Beat" or the jokes in this smilingly funny show entitled "Welcome to the 1960?s", in which children are learning classes, making changes and simply wanting to be romantic and danc.

To find out more and buy admission please go to www.machaydntheatre.org or call 518-392-9292.

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