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Things to do in Hudson Valley this week
Beerfest, a movie show and more of this week's top tips for activities in and around the valley. From 26 th to 27th May from 8.00 to 16.00 the anniversary fleamarket takes place on Saturday and Sunday of this weeks. More than 600 sellers sell everything from handicrafts and household goods to antiquities and vintages.
Catering and beverage stalls will also be available on site. 26-28 May, 10.00-16.00. This trendy show will be hosted by Ulster County Fairgrounds on Memorial Day Weekends to present the talent and merchandise of some 300 local artisans and craftsmen. Specialist salespeople will also be present if you need a pick-me-up as you stroll through the states.
26 May, 13.00-19.00: Visit of the bar in an old fire station for a Saturday's fire party. Spend the public holidays week-end with a great selection of beers, numerous dining cars, an open-air beergarden and - surprising, surprising - a great beers. Westchester Magazine Event:
914INC. is hosting a unique coctail party for the brightest and smartest young pros this Wednesday night in Westchester. Visit our Hudson Valley events calendars and sign up for our newsletters.
Celebrate Hudson Valley's July 4!
Plenty of family-friendly entertainment throughout the week-end with matches, racing, music, parades and firework. Highland Falls. Meals, plays and more. Firework display shortly after nightfall in Algonquin Park. Monroe - 3 July, 18.00 - 21.30Fireworks begin around 21.00 in Millpond Park. July 6th: Firework display will illuminate the city of Newburgh during the evening of July 4.
Pyrotechnics will start at 9 pm in People's Waterfront Park. Celebrations start at 12 o'clock in UNICO Park. Cornwall - July 4th, 7:00-22:00Get a full working days of celebrations, with a full range of celebrations that include breakfasts, animal shows, children's arts shows, bouncy castles, fun activities, live shows, live concerts, magical performances, lobster sales, cake dinners, shows and a firework show ending at 9:30 pm.
Take a picknick and your dance boots for a great night with great tunes and firework. Two locations are sanctified by the troops who won our independency. The Hudson Pyrotechnics Cruise. Livemusic, meal and entertainment for children and grown-ups, followed by a firework display at sundown.
Commemorative Park, Beacon. Poughkeepsie - July 4, July 19-22 Spectacular firework starts around 9:00 pm and can be seen from the water front, Waryas Park (free) or Walkway Over the Hudson (tickets required). The Hyde Park - 4 July, 10-12 am - 100 Years Veterans Congress. The parade starts at 10am at the Roosevelt Movie Theatre.
Meet your need for pace and firework with a dedicated public holidays week-end at Accord Speedway's Firewall's Extravaganza and Hen BBQ! The festivities begin at 6 p.m. with a bouncy castle for the children, as well as a salesman and concert. Pyrotechnics in the darkness. Saugerties - July 4, 11 amThe Saugerties fire brigade organizes the 4th Saugerties procession, which begins at 11 am at high school and ends at Cantine Field.
Cantine Field is where the artillery works are. Liberty, July 4thThe Liberty International Liberty is a funny days with matches, dinner, face paint, sales men, musik, conversation and much more for the whole group! Oldtimer show at 10:30, parade and musical performance at lunch. Maine St. & La Polt Park.