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HVP August 2018

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Page 36 of 39 n Hudson Valley Parent 37 . 3 screens with double features . 1st run movies . Family movies and a movie for mom and dad . Snack bar with hot foods, popcorn, candy, and ice cream Enjoy a drive-in movie with your family tonight! Warwick Drive-In Theater 5 Warwick Turnpike . Warwick, NY 10998 Movieline 845-986-4440 . 25: Saturday Adult Coloring. Join other adults in this increasingly popular and relaxing hobby. Coloring sheets, pencils, and markers provided. 12-1:30pm. Newburgh Free Library Town Branch. 1401 Rte. 300, Newburgh. 563-3601. Friendly Farm Animal Weekend. Enjoy over 30 engaging outdoor activities, prospect for gems and fossils, bounce on the air pillow, race ducks at the water slide, hop on the Cow Train, see apples fly through the air at the launcher and more. Create your own animal hat. 9am-5pm. Hurds Family Farm. 2187 Rte. 32, Modena. 883-7825 New Windsor Community Day. A fun filled day for the entire family! Free parking and admission, vendors, live music, fireworks, and many more activities for the entire family! Kristi Babcock Memorial Park. 660 Mt. Airy Rd., New Windsor. 563-4606. Pawling Music By The Lake Presents "The Greyhounds." Enjoy a free outdoor concert featuring rock 'n' roll in its purest form. Concerts are held every Saturday. In case of rain, the concerts will be held in the adjoining Lathrop building at Lakeside Park. 6pm. The Pavilion at Lakeside Park. 2 Lakeside Dr., Pawling. 855-1131. 26: Sunday Folktales and Stories for Little Ones and Their Families. Bring your little ones and join us at the library for traditional stories from around the world with music, performance and crafts. 1-2pm. Hudson Area Library. 51 N. 5th St., Hudson. 1-518-828-1792. Sunday Flea Market. The D&H Canal Historical Society sponsors an open air market, which attracts vendors of antiques and collectibles, jewelry, vintage clothing, plants, and more. It is a great way to spend a lazy Sunday! 9am-4pm. Grady Park. Rte. 213 East, High Falls. 810-0471. 27: Monday Preschool Story Hour. This program will engage your children with stories, finger plays and songs and encourage them to learn sounds, letter recognition, and new words as they grow into pre-readers. Each program is followed by a hands-on craft and snacks. 10:30-11:30am. Town of Ulster Public Library. 860 Ulster Ave., Kingston. 338-7881. Stories and More. Join us at the library for stories, songs, games and crafts designed with our youngest patrons in mind. We will focus on developing early literacy skills and have fun too! This program is for children ages 2-5 and their caregivers. Mondays from 10-11am and Fridays from 11am-12pm. Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library. 479 Broadway, Monticello. 794-4660 ext. 5. 28: Tuesday Community Meditation. All are welcome for silent sitting and walking meditation. For optional beginner instruction, please arrive 10 minutes early. Drop-in attendance welcome. Cushions, back-jacks and chairs available. 9-10am. Wellness Embodied: A Center for Psychotherapy and Healing. 126 Main St., New Paltz. New Mother's Social Circle. This group is for mamas looking to meet other mamas and babies for friendship, answers about your new baby, and socialization. We have a different weekly dis- cussion topic with Q and A. We have a warm and friendly, carpeted meeting room with everything a new mother could need. Friends, tea, snacks, spare diapers, breastfeeding help, a baby scale, and someone to hold your baby if you want to go to the bathroom. You can just drop in! This program occurs every Tuesday. 10am-12pm. New Baby New Paltz. 264 Main St., New Paltz. 255-0624. 29: Wednesday Cornwall Farmers Market. The Cornwall Community Farmers Market provides fresh and local goods from a variety of vendors. Held every Wednesday through September. 11am-5:30pm. Cornwall Town Hall. 183 Main St., Cornwall. 534-2070. Summer Minecraft. Where kids and teens get to play and fight together on our special servers led by our Tech Services and Reference Librarian, Paul Tombrello. Explore, gather resources, and survive against monsters that creep, crawl, and explode! Registration required. 2-4pm. Hudson Area Library. 51 N. 5th St., Hudson. 1-518-828-1792. 30: Thursday Columbia County Fair. There's plenty of fun for the whole family with entertainment in the grandstands, rides and games, agricultural activities, and talent shows. Vary by day. Columbia County Fair- grounds. 182 Hudson Ave., Chatham. 518-392-2121. Mount Gulian Open for Tour Season. Tours of the historic home, 18th century Dutch barn, and restored garden will be given every Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday through Octo- ber 28th. Admission is $8 adults; $6 seniors; and $4 children (6-18 years of age). There is no charge for Mount Gulian members. Tours will be given every hour on the hour, from 1-5pm, with the last tour at 4pm. Mount Gulian Historic Site. 145 Sterling St., Beacon. 831-8172. 31: Friday 2018 Special Exhibit – Peter Max: Early Paintings. The art of Peter Max helped define the psychedelic 1960s, with its colorful imagery of gurus, sages, runners, flyers, Zen boats, snow-capped mountains, planets, stars, and sunbeams. Visitors to The Museum at Bethel Woods will have a rare opportunity to see inspiring artwork from a pivotal moment in the artist's illustrious career: the period from 1967 through 1972 when his work moved from nostalgic collage-inspired realistic paintings to his visionary, imaginative cosmic creations. Peter Max: Early Paintings brings together for the first time the collections of Robert Casterline and Shelly Fireman for a Peter Max experience that should not be missed. During regular museum hours. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. 200 Hurd Rd., Bethel. 866-781-2922. Woodstock Shakespeare Festival. The Bird-On- A-Cliff Theater Company will perform Romeo and Juliet on the Woodstock Shakespeare Festival Stage. Bring blankets, chairs and picnics. Admission is free. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings. 5:30pm. 45 Comeau Dr., Woodstock. 247-4007.

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