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HVP May 2019

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Page 12 of 39 n Hudson Valley Parent 13 Join us on May 18, 2019 from 10am to 5pm at the Millbrook Library Free Events for the Whole Family to Enjoy! Follow the Festival Online See the full schedule and list of participating authors at Picture Book Quintet: Humor, rhymes, and adventures in picture books. 10-11am American Girl 2019*: Author Jennifer Castle introduces the newest American Girl, Blaire Wilson. Attendees enjoy lemonade and cookies. One lucky person will win their own Blaire doll. 11:30am-12:45pm The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck Come hear a magical combination of story and music performed by Marian Grudko. 1-1:30pm Literary Magic – Making Something New From Something Old: Hear how several authors have updated classic stories new with new twists and music. 1:30-2:30pm Who In the World Is…? Join our talented panel to learn about the lives of fascinating historical figures. 2:45-3:45pm Design a Book Cover With Gilbert Ford*: Children create their own book cover from Aesop's Fables while he reads tales. Supplies provided. 4-5pm Author Iza Trapani. Photo by Schuyler Meyer Photography 2019 Children's Programs Offered: *Register in advance at Named as a 2019 top family friendly festival by Hudson Valley Parent Magazine! charm, quality service and hospitality. Frida's incorporates the region's finest ingredients into their artisan breads, pastries, cakes, pies, cookies and coffees. Frida's also offers a dedicated area for kids to play while parents take a coffee break. 2. Joe's Dairy Bar and Grill 550 Rte. 82, Hopewell Junction Over the top food for over the top memories with the ones you love. Enjoy unique and enjoyable meals and desserts like sandwiches, wraps, and our infamous Freak Shakes piled high with ice cream, candy and more! 3. Mad Batters Pastries & Café 1447-2 Rte. 9W, Marlboro 845-236-9853 Mad Batters Pastries offers the freshest and most delectable food and baked goods. This Alice in Wonderland themed establishment offers everything from crème brulee French toast with Grand Marnier marinated strawberries to cheeseburger wraps and daily specials – all prepared in a gluten free kitchen. Mad Batters offers breakfast, lunch, pastries, baked goods and vegan options. 4. Zoe's Ice Cream Barn 1181 Rte. 55, Lagrangeville 845-454-7108 Hungry for homemade ice cream and more? Head to Zoe's for fresh, high quality dairy products. It doesn't get any fresher than from cow to cone in just three days! Seasonal products are sourced from local farmers to ensure only the best ingredients for our products. Now serving beef and veggie burgers, hot dogs, fries, sandwiches and more! 5. Glazed Over Donuts 315 Main St., Beacon 845-661-8019 We are a donut shop that offers freshly made donuts all day long. The fun thing is watching your donuts go from the batter bowl to the box. Watch them get made right before your eyes! Create your own donut by choosing a glaze, toppings and drizzle. 6. Kingston Candy Bar 319 Wall St., Kingston 845-901-3927 Visit Kingston Candy Bar for nostalgic sweets and homemade treats! This old-fashioned candy bar is home to treats like ice cream, vegan gelato, small batch pastries (some made without gluten!), fudge, cookies and more. Specials change daily! 7. Ella's Bellas 418-420 Main St., Beacon 845-765-8502 Ella's Bellas is a dedicated gluten-free bakery, coffee and specialty shop, that strives to bring amazing food to the Hudson Valley that can be eaten by everyone, no matter their dietary restrictions or allergies. Enjoy from scratch breads, scones, muffins, cupcakes, cakes, and cookies as well as daily soup, salad and quiche specials. 8. Bellvale Farms Creamery 1390 17A, Warwick 845-988-1818 Bellvale Farms Creamery is an award winning, local, family-owned ice cream shop. We are open from April to October serving over 20 flavors of hard ice cream each day including our most popular Bellvale Bog which is dark chocolate with brownie chunks and fudge swirl. We make milkshakes, malts, floats and sundaes and of course waffle cones. (Continued on Page 14)

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