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HVP August 2018

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36 Hudson Valley Parent n August 2018 2001 South Road • Poughkeepsie Calling all kids! Join us for Summer Fun at Club Galleria! Register online: Special Guests Include: Q92's Joe Daily Illusionist Ryan Dutcher Bee Bee The Clown Just for Kicks Martial Arts 845-297-7600 July 24 • July 31 • August 7 • August 14 Market is a gathering place of farmers, community organizations, and families with local food and entertainment every Saturday through October 28. 10am-2pm. 115 Main St., Saugerties. 853-5694. 19: Sunday Grahamsville Little World's Fair. The Grahams- ville Little World's Fair is the longest running in- dependent fair in New York, offering three days of old-fashioned family fun! Features agricultural and livestock exhibits and contests, daily entertainment including live music and demonstrations, rides for all ages, an array of great food, games, vendors and a whole lot more! Admission including parking, access to exhibits and contests and free entertainment. Begins at 9am each day. Grahamsville Fairgrounds. 8230 State Rte. 55, Grahamsville. 986-7367. Hope Rocks Festival. Weekend long music, arts and activities festival focusing on mental health issues contributing to suicide and narcotics addiction. Live music, crafters, vendors and food. 12-5pm. Cantine Veterans Memorial Complex. Washington Ave., Saugerties. 20: Monday Poughkeepsie Waterfront Market. This is a vibrant summer market that operates on Monday afternoons on the shore of the beautiful Hudson River. We invite you to discover this seasonal market and celebrate the agricultural bounty of the Hudson Valley! The market will feature will feature fresh vegetables, fruits, meat, eggs, poultry, baked goods, and more from local Hudson Valley farms. 3-6:30pm. The Pavilion at Mid-Hudson Children's Museum. 75 N. Water St., Poughkeep- sie. 471-0589. RETRO Game Night! Good-bye video games, hello "new" fashioned fun. Come play board and card games from the 80s and 90s (and earlier). Play our games or bring your own! It will be totally tubular! Led by Program Coordinator, Laura. Perfect for ages 8-12. 4-5pm in the East Room. Tivoli Free Library. 86 Broadway, Tivoli. 757-3771. 21: Tuesday Dutchess County Fair. Livestock and agricultural shows, exhibits, horse shows, carnival rides, arts and crafts, kids' entertainment. 10am-10pm. Dutchess County Fairgrounds. 6550 Spring Brook Ave., Rhinebeck. 876-4000. Gamers' Meetup: Pokemon. Come to the Library to battle, trade, and show off your collections in the Pokémon trading card game or the 3DS games! Open to ages 7-17. 3:30-4:45pm. Newburgh Free Library Storyhour Room. 124 Grand St., Newburgh. 563-3601. Moonlit Movie Monday: Stars Wars: The Last Jedi. Our galaxy travelers can enjoy Ice Sabers, Princess Leia cupcakes, star shaped sandwiches, and Star Wars Mac n Cheese Pie as well as enjoy drinks such as Yoda Soda or a non-alcoholic version. Movie Starts at 8:30pm.Ticket prices: $8 Adults, $6 Members, $5 Children. 8:30pm. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. 200 Hurd Rd., Bethel. 866-781-2922. Tail Waggin' Tutors. A school-aged program for kids who would like to develop confidence in their reading ability by reading with our non-judgemental, Certified and Licensed Therapy Dogs! Bring your own books or choose one from our collection. 6-7pm. Newburgh Free Library Town Branch. 1401 Rte. 300, Newburgh. 563-3601. 22: Wednesday Mommy and Me Class. Our Mommy and Me class is designed for children 18-36 months and their caregivers. The class will include singing, story- time, a sensory based activity/game, snack and a craft. Classes meet every Wednesday. 10am-11:15am. Montgomery Nursery School. 21 Wallkill Ave., Montgomery. 457-7415. Slow Food Italian Style Cooking Demo and Tastings. Chefs Giosue "Rino" Silvestro and Giacomo Paladino arrive straight from Naples, Italy to bring local ingredients and "food is love" to the forefront. Doors open at 6pm, demo starts at 6:30pm. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. 200 Hurd Rd., Bethel. 866-781-2922. 23: Thursday Great Summer Hikes Off the Beaten Track. Don Weise of the NY/NJ Trail Conference will talk about great hikes in our area and share some safety tips for all hikers. Don seeks to help people of all ages make lasting connections with nature through the trails. 6:30-8pm. Newburgh Free Library Storyhour Room. 124 Grand St., Newburgh. 563-3601. Hudson River Poets. Monthly meeting and sharing of poetry with the Hudson River Poets. Listen to local poets or bring a poem to share. 7-8:30pm. Newburgh Free Library Lobby. 124 Grand St., Newburgh. 563-3601. Aaron Burr and the Hamilton Musical. Aaron Burr is the villain in the Hamilton Musical, and you'll learn why from this presentation which will feature music from the musical, including "The Election of 1800" and the Hamilton-Burr duel. 6:30-7:45pm. Goshen Public Library & Historical Society Library Meeting Room. 203 Main St., Goshen. 294-6606. 24: Friday Story Hour. We will sing songs, read a story and make some art. For kids ages 5-8. 4pm. Town of Esopus Library. 128 Canal St, Port Ewen. 338-5580. Story Time With A Farm Friend. Enjoy our free story time on the farm. Each week the farm friend changes. This year we are adding a free lending library in conjunction with story time. Visit the alpacas before and after story time. 2pm. Lilymoore Farm. 21 Moore Rd., Pleasant Valley. 605-7002. CALENDAR (Continued from Page 35) For more great calendar listings visit us online at

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