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HVP June 2019

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26 Hudson Valley Parent n June 2019 1: Saturday Saugerties Farmers Market. The market o ers local seasonal vegetables, luscious orchard fruits, dried herbs, fresh-laid eggs, tasty goat and cow cheeses, pasture-raised meats and free-range poultry, fresh fish and seafood, delicious maple syrup, honey, jams and sauces, pickles, artisanal bread, baked goods, and artisan craft, jewelry, soapandhousehold items. Enjoy the market café with local food for lunch and for take-out. Enjoy local food and entertainment every Saturday. 10am-2pm. Village Hall. 43 Partition St., Saugerties. 853-5694. Country Living Fair. 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. Family Fun Day. We will have face painting, bounce houses, hayrides, petting zoo, magician, food, beverages, live music and much more. 12-6pm. Whortekill Rod & Gun Club. 540 Rte. 376, Hopewell Junction. 500-3241. Mineral, Jewelry, Gem and Fossil Show. Tickets may be purchased at the front entrance: Adults, $5; Seniors, $3; Scouts in uniform and kids under 12, free. Immerse yourself in all things rock, mineral and fossil related. Event features artisans, craftsman, collectors, dealers and exhibitors. There will be extensive local mineral collections, demonstrations, educational displays, new fluorescent mineral display, kids games, pet rock projects and more. 10am-4pm. Museum Village. Rte. 17M, Monroe. 782-8248. Union Vale Community Day. Enjoy free admission all day (even to the pool!) There will be vendors, music, and food available. Enjoy an equine trade show and flea market, fire trucks, hay rides, ponies and animals. There will be family Olympics and sports competitions, a photo scavenger hunt and more. 12-6pm. Union Vale Parks & Recreation. 8 Tymor Park Rd., Lagrangeville. 724-5600. 2: Sunday 7th Annual Kingston Multicultural Festival. The Reher Center's annual Multicultural Festival brings together Kingston's ethnic cultures to celebrate the richness of the community. This family-friendly event features music, dance, food, crafts and children's activities. 1-5pm. TR Gallo Waterfront Park Kingston. 338-8131. Hudson Valley Pride March & Festival. March with us! The Pride Festival features music, food trucks and local vendors. March steps o at 1pm on Main Street. 12-5pm. Hasbrouck Park. 15 Mohonk Ave., New Paltz. 331-5300. Calendar Unless otherwise indicated, phone numbers are within the 845 area code Find a complete list of Sta Picks at Sta Picks Craft Market Walk. June 1. Peruse through a one-mile Craft Market Walk stretching from the Gardiner Library, to the Farmer's Market Grounds, across the Gardiner Rail Trail and onto the Yard Owl Craft Brewery! Enjoy handmade jewelry, vintage furniture, all-natural skincare, herbal remedies, farmhouse pottery, up-cycled clothing, small batch spirits, craft beer, local wine and all-day music, raffles and activities all along the way. This free event is family-friendly, and we encourage all ages to join in the Craft Market Walk festivities. Come for community, shopping, food, and fun! 11am-5pm. Village of Gardiner. Main St., Gardiner. 337-9987. New Paltz Rotary Touch A Truck. June 2. Fun family day where kids of all ages get to see and touch the big rigs that serve our community. $5 per person, children under 3 are free. Once inside, free face painting, bounce houses, cow train ride, games and more. 9am-3pm. Ulster County Fair Grounds. 249 Libertyville Rd., New Paltz. 797-3063. Trout Parade. June 8. Created to bring together the Livingston Manor region and the Sullivan Catskills at large, the Trout Parade is an annual street fair that celebrates our community. Enjoy live entertainment, food and fun! Parade steps o at 1pm. 11am-4pm. Exit 96, Rte. 17, Livingston Manor. 436-4227. 4-H Animal Fun Day. June 8. Want to learn more about animals while having fun? Come to the 4-H Animal Fun Fay! It's an annual, awesome, fun, educational day for animal lovers. Our 4-H animal science clubs and programs will have animals and fun hands-on activities and crafts for all ages to enjoy! This event is open to the public. Scouts are welcome. Some requirements towards Animal Badges can be earned. 4H Park and Education Center. 300 Finchville Tpke., Otisville. 344-1234 ext. 249. Children's Day at the New Windsor Cantonment. June 16. A fun-filled day of family entertainment on Father's Day with the Two by Two petting zoo, magician Mr. Bayly and a host of 18th century games. 1-4pm. New Windsor Cantonment State Historic Site. 374 Temple Hill Rd., New Windsor. 561-1765. Union Vale Community Night: Summer Tailgate and Fireworks. June 21. Community Night will include a Union Vale Tailgate Party right at Town Hall at the top of the hill. Festivities begin at 6pm in a relaxed atmosphere, including music, food, and lawn games. Enjoy a fireworks show at 9pm. Let's welcome summer with a blast! 6-9:30pm. Union Vale Parks and Recreation. 8 Tymor Park Rd., LaGrangeville. 724-5691. Warwick Fire Department Carnival. June 26. This four-day fair will have carnival rides for all ages by Gillette Shows, fantastic festival food and treats, carnival games, and fun for the entire family. The carnival will hold a fireworks display on Saturday, June 29th. Wednesday-Friday 6-10pm. Saturday 6-10:30pm. Veterans Memorial Park. 60 Forester Ave., Warwick.

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