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30 Hudson Valley Parent n September 2018 1: Sunday Fair Oaks Drive-In Fright Fest. A marathon of 5 classic horror films include Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th, The Exorcist and you pick the others. Sept. 2nd rain date. 8pm. Fair Oaks Drive In. 365 Bloomingburg Rd., Middletown. 361-5774. Movie under the Stars! Incredibles. Come and join us for the last Family Movie of the Summer. We will be showing the movie outside (under the stars) on the big screen! Will be shown rain or shine. Indoors if inclement weather. 8pm. Olive Free Library. 4033 Rte. 28A, West Shokan. 657-2482. 2: Sunday Mount Gulian Open for 2018 Tour Season. Tours of the historic home, 18th century Dutch barn, and restored garden will be given every Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday through October 28th. $8 adults; $6 seniors; and $4 children (6-18 years of age). Every hour from 1-4pm. Mount Gulian Historic Site. 145 Sterling St., Beacon. 831-8172. Sunday Flea Market. The D and 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. 3: Monday Hobby Night. Model trains, slot cars, model kits and scenery. First Monday of each month. 7pm. The Hyde Park Station. 34 River Rd., Hyde Park. Poughkeepsie Waterfront Market. This vibrant market operates on Monday afternoons on the shore of the beautiful Hudson River. Discover this seasonal market and celebrate the agricultural bounty of the Hudson Valley! 3-6:30pm. The Pavilion at Mid-Hudson Children's Museum. 75 N. Water St., Poughkeepsie. 471-0589. Calendar Unless otherwise indicated, phone numbers are within the 845 area code Festivals and Fairs Annual Iroquois Festival. September 1. The Iroquois Indian Festival centers on the celebration of Iroquois creativity and expression. Special features include Sky Dancers, storyteller, nature walks, Iroquois food, and more. Sat. and Sun. 10am-5pm. Iroquois Indian Museum. 324 Caverns Rd., Howes Cave. 518-296-8949. Harvest Festival. September 2. An annual event celebrating the bounty, talent and beauty of Sullivan County and surrounding areas. Farmers market, craft village, live performances, corn and hay mazes, pony rides and more. Each week o ering new vendors, events, and talent sure to please the entire family. Sundays, 11am. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. 200 Hurd Rd., Bethel. 866-781-2922. Oktoberfest 2018. September 7. Enjoy this authentic, festive and family-friendly annual event. Event features live German bands, German goods, home baked desserts, traditional Reinheitsgebot beers, children's entertainment, Bavarian dancers, Germania singers and Germania team soccer games. Event will be held under tents rain or shine. Friday: 5-10pm, Saturday: 11am-10pm, Sunday: 12-6pm. Germania Festival Grounds. 51 Old DeGarmo Rd., Poughkeepsie. 471-0609. Honey Festival. September 8. Free community event in celebration of National Honey Month. Lectures, workshops, crafting with products of the hive, vendors, info, demos, book signing, kids' honey contest, tasting and more. 9am-4pm. Adams Fairacre Farms. 160 Old Post Rd., Wappingers Falls. 632-9955 Grape Stomping Festival. September 15. Breathe in the fall air, stomp some grapes, enjoy some wine, live music, tours and hayrides all day. $25 adults, $10 children 13 and up, kids 12 and under, free. 11am. Benmarl Winery. 156 Highland Ave., Marlboro. 236-4265. Mid-Autumn Moon Festival. September 18. Families can drop in to mark the turning of the seasons with our Mid- Autumn Moon Festival! Celebrate the new moon and the coming together of family and friends with traditional autumn crafts, snacks and music. 5-7pm. Goshen Public Library. 203 Main St., Goshen. 294-6606. Fall Greek Fest 2018. September 21. Traditional Greek food, beer and wine and pastries. Greek music and dancing, a Greek co ee shop, church tours, a Greek gift shop with handcrafts, and raffles are also o ered. Live music. Saturday and Sunday. 19 Fullerton Ave., Newburgh. 561-2556. Fall Foliage Festival. September 23. Free admission and parking with over 150 vendors. Lots of delicious food, 3 entertainment areas, live music, petting zoo, pie baking contest and an antique and classic car show. 10am-5pm. Downtown Port Jervis. 1 Jersey Ave., Port Jervis. 858-4000. Hudson Valley Garlic Festival. September 29. Garlic Lovers celebrate the product with music, food, crafts, vendors and children's activities at the annual Garlic Festival. Fun for the whole family! Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 10am-6pm. Washington Ave. Ext., Saugerties. 246-3090. Find a complete list of Festivals and Fairs events at

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