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ULTRA COUNTY: Speak to City of Kingston Historian and Friends of Historic Kingston member Edwin M. Ford, whose half-wentury of research resulted in this new exhibition for 2010 at the Fred J. Johnston Museum Galerie. At the corner of Wall Street and Main Street, Kingston from 1:00 to 4:00. A leisurely stroll along the High Falls part of the D&H Canal, an important nineteenth c. transport itinerary.
It is a national historical landmark. Free-of-charge trips start at 14.00 at the D&H Canal Muzeum on Mohonk Road 23. It is also open from 11.00 to 17.00 for extra $4 weekends 845-687-9311; canalmuseum.org. The Marshall & Sterling League National Final for the pleasure of world-class show jumps.
Grown-up $10; Free for kids under 12 years withgroups. It is a beautiful walk that retraces the ascent of Kingston's Swaterfront area during the nineteenth century, when it blossomed into a wealthy lake town and a large Hudson River harbour. Departing from Kingston Heritage Area Visitor Center, 20 Broadway, Kingston. Grown-up $5; Kids under 16 $2. 845-331-7517; kingstonnycalendar.org.
Support the Hudson Valley's sustainability agriculture. A historical two-hour stroll through New York's biggest unspoilt early Netherlandish village and neighbourhood, where the state was founded in 1777. Adult $10; kids under 16, $5. October 2, departure at 2pm from Friends Museum; Wall and Main Street, Kingston North.
Adult $5; Senior $2; Children under 18 years FREE. 1801-1805 Cluett-Schantz Memorial Park, Route 9W, Milton. To Hudson Valley visuals, writers, performers and those who like them. Emerging and next-generation Hudson Valley visual professionals take part in this year' s festival, paying them forward and creating fellowship by encouraging those who are just beginning their travels.
Historical Huguenot Street, New Paltz. Make an imaginative gastronomic journey to Italy without ever abandoning Kingston! 10 October at the Rondout Waterfront, Kingston. Hudson Valley is the largest displaycase for DIY goods and service, both traditionally and "green". 16 October from 10am to 6pm MAC Fitness, Kingston Plaza, 334 Plaza Road, Kingston.
50 Rondout Landing, Kingston. Discover Kingston Point in autumn in the sun. Discover the parks and discover the story of Rotary Parks as you search for beaver, bat, owl, rabbit and other game. Kingston Point in Lucas Avenue, Kingston. 21 November from 10am to 5pm, Rosendale Community Center, Route 32 South, Rosendale.
Drive along the mighty Hudson River. Entrance fee include trolleys and museum: Adult $5, Senior (62+) $3, Child (2-12) $3, Child under 2 years free. East 89 Beach, P.O. Box 2291, Kingston. Matthew Persen House is a lime stone ruin from the seventeenth centuries, shortly after Kingston and the remainder of the Netherlands New Netherland settlement came under UK con.
Is in Kingston's 1658 Stockade National Historic District. Seventy-four John Street, Kingston. duchess county: edifice a on the dutchess county fairgrounds, route 9, rhinebeck. Dutchesse County Fairgrounds, Route 9, Rhinebeck. Adult $5; Senior $4; Student $2; Kids under 12 years with adult FREE. The Dutchess County Fairgrounds, Rhinebeck. This is a gorgeous 1,200 acre compound in northeastern Dutchess County.
The Wethersfield House Museum, Gardens, Carriage House and Farm, the highest point in the area, with spectacular scenic vistas, is located at an altitude of 1,200ft. Dutchesse County Fairgrounds, Route 9, Rhinebeck. Dutchesse County Fairgrounds, Route 9, Rhinebeck. Attend more autumn shows at this wonderful historical site and former home of Eleanor Roosevelt's family.
The Roosevelt Ride is ideal for a full outing for those who take Metro North and need transport to discover the Hyde Park legacy. You will be taken to Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site, which includes his lifelong home, the first Presidential Library & Museum, the Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site (Val-Kill) and Top Cottage, FDR's Reth.