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HVP September 2018

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Page 30 of 39 n Hudson Valley Parent 31 RETRO Game Night! Good-bye video games, hello "new" fashioned fun. Come play board and card games from the 80s and 90s (and earlier). Ages 8-12. 4-5pm in the East Room. Tivoli Free Library. 86 Bdwy, Tivoli. 757-3771. 4: 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. Healthy Orange Farmers Market. The Healthy Orange Farmers Market sells local vegetables, fruit, honey, soaps, and herbs. Tuesdays from 10am-2pm. Green Lot next to 130 Broadway in Newburgh. 138 Bdwy, Newburgh. 360-6691. Hebrew School Meet and Greet. Temple Beth-El and Congregation Shir Chadash collaborative Hebrew School meet and greet at Peachwave! 4:30-6:30pm. Peachwave. 1097 Rte. 55, Lagrangeville. 243-2080. 5: 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. 6: Thursday Camino Empresarial. Este programa se ofrece de manera gratuita y está diseñado para presentar a los propietarios de pequeñas empresas. Conozca las características de un empresario exitoso y lo que se necesita para administrar su propio negocio. Se requiere preinscripción, por favor visite la página web a para registrase. 6-8pm. Newburgh Free Library e-Learning Center. 124 Grand St., Newburgh. 563-3601. Summer Yoga Series with nOMad. Community yoga surrounded by nature and the Hudson River. $15 suggested donation and kids yoga with Liz $5. 6:30pm. Scenic Hudson's Long Dock Park. 23 Long Dock Rd., Beacon. 473-4440. 7: Friday Rhyme Time by the Hudson. Joyful learning through rhymes, songs, parachute play and storytelling to spark your little one's curiosity and imagination. Ages 1-3. 9:30-10:15am. Boscobel House and Gardens. 1601 Rte. 9D, Garrison. 265-3638. StarWalk: Distant Realms. View the wonders of the night sky from the walkway. 7:30pm. Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park. 87 Haviland Rd., Highland. 8: Saturday Bring the Kids! Second Saturdays. Enjoy a family focused tour of the Historic House Museum. Explore the past through hands-on activities. Take Sta Picks Civil War Weekend. September 1. Re-enactors bring an important chapter in American history back to life at this 2-day event. Meet Federal and Confederate troops in their camps, witness battle demonstrations, shop at Sutler's Row and hear President Lincoln give the Gettysburg address. It's a fun and educational day of immersion back in time. Museum Village. 1010 Rte. 17M, Monroe. 782-8248. Sunflower Extravaganza. September 1. Walk through the 5 acre sunflower field with thousands of flowers in bloom. Cut your own available and sold. Other activities include corn maze, petting farm, hayrides, milk a cow, playground and jumping pillow. 10am-6pm. Kelder's Farm. 5755 Rte. 209, Kerhonkson. 626-7137. Celebrate Grandparents' Day Story Walk. September 8. Drop in to celebrate National Grandparents' Day! There will be a story walk set up in the program room to read together and then supplies will be available to create something special for your grandparents or any other special person to let them know how much you love them! 1-4pm. Goshen Public Library. 203 Main St., Goshen. 294-6606 Old New Paltz Stone House Day. September 8. Historic Huguenot Street is pleased to announce a special revival of Stone House Day, a formerly annual tradition. The National Historic Landmark District will host Old New Paltz Stone House Day to celebrate the 340th anniversary of the settling of New Paltz. It will be a celebration of all the cultures that impacted New Paltz and Ulster County. 11am-4pm. 81 Huguenot St., New Paltz. 255-1660. Pirate Weekend. September 9. Prepare to be boarded, matey, as the Shire is overrun with privateers and buccaneers! Learn to speak and fight like a pirate all weekend. Join the Pirates and compete in the ultimate pirates costume contest. $29.95 adults, $13 child, 4 and under are free. 10am-7pm. NY Renaissance Faire. 600 Rte. 17A, Tuxedo. 351-5171 New York Air Show. September 15. The 2018 New York Air Show will include demonstrations by the West Point Parachute Team. Matt Chapman, an extraordinary aerobatic pilot, will also be featured. The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds will headline the show. Saturday and Sunday. Stewart Air Force Base, New Windsor. 321-395-3110. Kids' Trail STEAM Event. September 22. Join Hudson Valley Parent Magazine for a fun-filled day of hands-on learning with local programs in science, tech, engineering, art, math and sports. Enjoy demos and live performances. 11am-4pm. Poughkeepsie Galleria. 2001 South St., Poughkeepsie. 562-3606. In The MKNG. September 29. A new festival celebrating creativity, imagination and inspiration. An expected 150 vendors and people who love to DIY, create and craft will gather for hands-on, family-friendly experiences over the course of the two days, including live demonstrations, interactive activities, craft vendors, food and music. 10am-6pm. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. 200 Hurd Rd., Bethel . 866-781-2922. Find a complete list of events at a break with a snack and bring home the memo- ries with a special craft. 9:30am. Boscobel House and Gardens. 1601 Rte. 9D, Garrison. 265-3638. Family Fun Festival. Great music, food and drinks. Pick your own apples and enjoy activities and fireworks at dusk. Plenty of fun for the whole family. All day. Barton Orchards. 63 Apple Tree Ln., Poughquag. 227-2306. Hudson Valley Wine and Food Festival. Celebrate the bounty of wine, food and fun in the Hudson Valley all in one place. This annual event takes place the second weekend of September at the Dutchess County Fairgrounds. Enjoy hundreds of wines from Hudson Valley Wineries, Cideries, Distilleries, Craft Beers, Food Trucks and Gourmet Foods. Dutchess County Fairgrounds. 6550 Spring Brook Ave., Rhinebeck. 658-7181. (Continued on Page 32)

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