Things to do in the Hudson Valley in NovemberHudson Valley Activities in November
There are 11 funny things to do this week-end in Upstate NY: 4-6 November 2016
There' ll be plenty ofa saisonal fun to be had this week-end in Upstate New York, from crop samplings to the first holiday crafts shows of the seasons. What are you looking for? There are also funny activities for historians, concerts and even videogame fans. Have a look at our calendar of weekends and find something funny in your area.
Review NYup.com every Wednesday for a schedule of forthcoming shows. In Glens Falls, this yearly charitable srodeo shows the best participants of the nationwide srodeo route and collects funds for community children's relief organizations. Ekfx*' Party your favourite yesterday's videogames at this gigantic event at the Oncenter in Syracuse. Thousands of desks with sellers, play-able matches, contests and more, as well as prominent customers, musician and lots of co-play.
The 1975 Britishrockband The will conduct the 2016 Rocks the Dome Concerto at Syracuse University's Carrier Dome on November 4.
The Sleepy Hollow Halloween: Horseman's Hollow, The Blaze, Graveyard Trips
The Sleepy Hollow is THE place for the Halloween time. Featuring the beloved Jack-o-lantern extravagance, the Blaze, the legendary rider without a head and a graveyard with many celebrity and notorious residents, this Hudson Valley jewel is a MUST for uncanny seasonal thrill. The time varies according to the date and advance booking is necessary for this tour on the premises of Van Cortlandt Manor.
Ticket is $20 adult, Fr-Sa, $25; kids 3-17: $16, Fr-Sa, $20. Complimentary for members of Historic Hudson Valley and under-3s. Purchase your ticket and more information at hudsonvalley.org. Horseman's Hollow offers a distorted view of Washington Irving's "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" and brings the story to its frightening extremes.
At first, the visitors sail along a spit track to catch a glimpse of a city that is drove insane by the headless rider. This is where they step into the labyrinth of Ichabod's school before they find themselves in the rider's cave. Please see hudsonvalley.org for time, ticket and more information. From Ichabod Crane, take the road to Sleepy Hollow's ghostly hay hike every year.
When the car drives into the dark forest, you will see frightening places and maybe even have a collision with the famous headless rider. Sleppyhollowny.gov for more information. leepy Hollow Village Hall, 28 Beekman Ave. View the Washington Irving legacy and see an exhibition of invisible items related to The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, which includes textbooks in popular artefacts and extra editions.
They will enjoy the historical and artistic activity of the headless rider. Entrance for guided visits at regular intervals, pre-sale ticket is required. Free of charge for under 3 year olds and members, available at hudsonvalley.org. The masterful story-teller Jonathan Kruk provides a 45-minute drama of Washington Irving's classical "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" with the personalities we all know and love:
Heardless Rider, Ichabod Crane, Brom Bones and Katrina Van Tassel. The show is quickly sold out, therefore pre-sale passes are necessary. Onlinetickets: $25 adult; $20 child under 18 years, members get a $5 rebate per tick. Performances schedule varies from night to night and are quickly sold out, check hudsonvalley.org for available schedule and time.
430 North Broadway, Sleepy Hollow. The car park is located at Philipsburg Manor, 381 North Broadway. On this two hours, lantern-lit trip, visitors will see the tombs of the extravagant business lady who has been denounced as "the most evil lady in New York", the site of a funerary heist, the bodies of the "Mad Murderer of Sleepy Hollow", a fraternal assassination-self-killing act, and the famous operatic vocalist who is said to have attacked, blackmailed and murdered several of her seven husband's, and much more.
Ticket sales are quick and already full on some occasions. 5440 N. Broadway, Sleepy Hollow. Go: 20 - 22 h 20 - 22 h Thursdays and Saturdays in October and November (except 23 November and 30 November); also 20 - 22 h 30 October, 31 and 22 h - midnight 31 October.
540 North Broadway. This is great for historians who want to know more about Washington Irving, the creator of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, revolutionary war vets, affluent industry and others. Stages of this two-hour lamppost trip are the tomb of Washington Irving and Andrew Carnergie, William Rockefeller's Familymausoleum, the Receiving Vault (a must for "Dark Shadows" fans) and much more.
Go: 20 - 22 h 19 - 21 h and 22 h - midnight Friday, Saturday and Sunday in October and November (22 h - midnight trip ends after 11 November); also 22 h - midnight 31 October and 19 - 21 h week nights 16 - 31 October. Nordtor, 540 North Broadway.