Hudson Valley Parent

HVP May 2019

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Page 32 of 39 n Hudson Valley Parent 33 3: Friday First Friday Poughkeepsie Cinco de Mayo Celebration. Enjoy delicious Hispanic food and drink, performances by Mariachi Viva Mexico, Grupo Folklorico Mixtonalli, with live music by La Super Latina FM and an appearance from ABCLatino! 5-8:30pm. Downtown Poughkeepsie. Main St., Poughkeepsie. Spring Crafts at Lyndhurst. This celebration of all things homemade showcases over 275 modern American makers from across the country selling their exciting contemporary creations. A fun day for the entire family includes interactive puppet theater, face painting, storytelling, balloon animals, stilt walkers, demonstrations and more. Rain or shine. Friday, May 3 from 10 am to 5 pm Saturday, May 4 from 10 am to 6 pm Sunday, May 5 from 10 am to 5 pm. Lyndhurst Mansion. 635 S Broadway, Tarrytown. 331-7900. 4: Saturday UCSPCA's Annual Garden Party and Spring Flea Market. Join us for the Annual Garden Party and Spring Flea Market to benefit the animals of the Ulster County SPCA. There will be over 30 vendors selling crafts, jewelry, food and plants. This is a great opportunity to shop for Mother's Day! 9am-2pm. Ulster County SPCA. 20 Wiedy Rd., Kingston. 331-5377. I Love My Park Day. Show your love for the Catskills! Volunteers at this event will plant trees, install riparian vegetation, help with the removal of invasive species, and partake in some light trail maintenance. Volunteers should wear appropriate clothing and footwear for planting activities and bring lunch, water and snacks. All ages are welcome. Please register. 9am-2pm. Maurice D. Hinchey Catskill Interpretive Center. 5096 Rte. 28, Mount Tremper. 688-3369. Farming with Kids. Children of all ages from toddler to teens perform farm chores and have a great time. Activities vary with the season. Available every Saturday, from May through September. 10am. Apple Pond Farm. 80 Hahn Rd., Calicoon. 482-4764. The Chancellor's Sheep and Wool Showcase. Come to Clermont to check out our shearing, spinning, dyeing, knitting and weaving demonstrations, an exhibition of various breeds of sheep and other wool-bearing animals, our wool artisans and shops, and, of course, music and food. $10 per vehicle event fee; $8 for members. 11am-4pm. Clermont State Historic Site. 1 Clermont Ave., Germantown. 518-537-4240. 5: Sunday Sunday Flea Market. The D&H Canal Historical Society's flea market is open every Sunday through October. Vendors o er a constantly changing variety of art, antiques, collectibles, crafts and unique treasures. Admission is free. 9am-4pm. Grady Park. NY-213, High Falls. 810-0471. New Paltz Regatta. Join us for a parade of crazy water crafts, rubber duck race and a boat race on the Wallkill River. There will be music, food, kids' activities and fun. Music begins on the Otter Lawn at 12pm, the parade kicks o at 1pm from Village Hall and the boat races begin at 2pm from the boat launch on Plains Road. 12pm. Village of New Paltz. 25 Plattekill Ave., New Paltz. (Continued on Page 34) Find a complete list of Fairs and Festivals at Festivals and Fairs Spring Faire. May 4. Come together and celebrate the season and community together. There will be crafts, games, food, live music, maypole dancing and more. Fun for the whole family. 11am-4pm. Primrose Hill School. 23 Spring Brook Park, Rhinebeck. 876-1226. Cupcake Festival. May 4. Join us at the sweetest event in the Hudson Valley. Enjoy the best cupcakes in the Hudson Valley from local bakeries and bakers and shop local vendors. Enjoy fun family activities, slide down the inflatable slide or jump in the jumpy castles. Admission and parking are free. 12pm-5pm. Stormville Airport. 428 Rte. 216, Stormville. 838-6000. Tulip Festival and Mother's Day Celebration. May 12. This one-day event is guaranteed to bring a smile to Mom's face with a spectacular collection of vendors, live music and entertainment, a highly anticipated Mother's Day luncheon, and this year's newly added recreation and activities. This event is one that is sure to make memories to last a lifetime. 11am-4pm. Honor's Haven Resort & Spa. 1195 Arrowhead Rd., Ellenville. 844-469-7829 Pine Bush UFO Fair. May 18. Aliens once again arrive with live characters and pop-up street performances, food and craft vendors, speakers on UFOs, an Alien Parade and more! 10am-4pm. Main Street, Pine Bush. 744-2029. 11th Annual Millbrook Literary Festival. May 18. Free fun for all ages! The 11th Annual Millbrook Literary Festival will feature dozens of timely, thought-provoking, and thoroughly entertaining authors participating in panel discussions, readings, workshops, and signings throughout the day. Featured children's events include an illustrating workshop, story time, a Beatrix Potter musical performance, and more! 10am-5pm. Millbrook Library. 3 Friendly Ln., Millbrook. 677-3611. MyKingstonKids Fest: Land Of Magic. May 18. Join us at our annual, free indoor/ outdoor event created to provide children of the Kingston area an eclectic experience to enjoy themselves through exciting activities, interactive and educational tools, engaging, fun-loving events and appropriate entertainment. The event will host a variety of activities including a children's art show, music, performances, tea party, arts and crafts, games and more. 11am-4pm. Lace Mill. 165 Cornell St., Kingston. 282-0182. St. Columba Carnival. May 30. There will be rides, games, vendors, food and more! Thursday from 6-9pm, Friday from 5-10pm, Saturday from 3-10pm, Sunday from 12-6pm. St. Columba Church. 27 High St., Chester. 469-9404 Country Living Fair. May 31. If you are into rustic or shabby chic designs, this is the event for you! This weekend promises great shopping, seminars and demonstrations, delicious food, and a chance to meet the editors of Country Living. 10am-5pm. Dutchess Fairgrounds. 6550 Spring Brook Ave., Rhinebeck. 973-808-5015.

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