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Page 26 of 35 n Hudson Valley Parent 27 RiverFest. RiverFest is free to the community. Enjoy a day of live entertainment and kids' activities. 11am-6pm. Donahue Park. 99 Shore Rd., Cornwall on Hudson. Annual Strawberry Festival. Enjoy live music, goats and other farm animals, tours of the Brinckerho House Historic Site, living history demonstrations, refreshments and strawberry shortcake. Free admission. Rain or shine. 1-4pm. Brinckerho House Historic Site. 68 N. Kensington Dr., Hopewell Junction. Laser Tag Tournament. Play for prizes or play for pride at Spins bowl Poughkeepsie! Sponsored by The National Guard, K104 and benefitting The Town of Poughkeepsie Soccer Club. 1:30-5pm. Spins Bowl. 47 Taft Ave., Arlington. 914-773-6214. Lost Catskill Farm Afternoon. Go back in time to dairy farming in the 1930s - learn how to hand milk a cow, make ice cream and butter, how milk was kept cold and transported before electricity and more. Sullivan County Dairy Ambassadors will be on hand to answer questions. Meet live animals! 1-4pm. Time and the Valleys Museum. 332 Main St., Grahamsville. 985-7700. 3: Monday Poughkeepsie Waterfront Market. We invite you to discover this seasonal market and celebrate the agricultural bounty of the Hudson Valley. The market will feature fresh vegetables, fruits, meat, eggs, poultry, baked goods and more from local farms. 3-6:30pm. The Pavilion at Mid-Hudson Children's Museum. 75 N. Water St., Poughkeepsie. 471-0589 4: Tuesday All Abilities: Planet Suncatcher Craft. Adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their caregivers are invited to stop by to create simple planet suncatchers. 6-7pm. Newburgh Free Library Storyhour Room. 124 Grand St., Newburgh. 563-3601. Shake, Rattle and Read. A dance and movement program for children 1-5 accompanied by an adult caregiver. 1-1:30pm. Newburgh Free Library Town Branch. 1401 Rte. 300, Newburgh. 563-3601. 5: Wednesday Town of Cornwall Farmers Market. Join us for an exciting farmers market season with new products, vendors and a few surprises. Come out Find a complete list of Festivals and Fairs at Festivals and Fairs Newburgh Illuminated Festival. June 1. Celebrate the diversity and dynamism of our wonderful river city with a day of music, art, dance, poetry, food and more. Four outdoor performance stages will be featured throughout the day along with the annual Colorfest. There will be activities especially for children on the lawn of Washington Headquarters, musical guests at the Wherehouse, a dance and performing arts stage, a fashion show and much more. 12-10pm. Broadway near Liberty and Grand St., Newburgh. Fairy Festival. June 9. Once again, the fairies at the Arboretum are inviting all the little fairy friends to visit and enjoy all the fairy things o ered for free and for purchase at our third annual fairy festival. Hear the story in the Woodland Garden and build a fairy house. Games and more have been added this year so come and play with us. Cost is $3 per person. 12-4pm. Orange County Arboretum. 211 NY-416, Montgomery. 615-3828. Strawberry Festival. June 15. Join us for this annual "community picnic" complete with a variety of strawberry desserts. Visit with neighbors and friends, discover the rich history of the Town of Esopus, take a guided tour of the museum and enjoy live music, vendors and more. 11am-4pm. Klyne Esopus Museum, 764 Rte. 9W, Ulster Park. 338-8109 Water Lantern Fest. June 15. Put your hope, love, happiness, healing, peace and connection into a lantern, light it, and release it on the lake. Witness the stunning scene of a glowing mass of lanterns on water. Share this unique and memorable experience with family and friends. There will be live performances, fun games, and children activities. Free popcorn and cotton candy included, along with additional food and drink available for purchase. Lanterns will be released at sunset. 3-8pm. Thomas Bull Memorial Park. 211 Rte. 416, Montgomery. 615-3830. Empire State Hot-Air Balloon Festival. June 21-23. Join us for a weekend filled with fun for the whole family featuring mass balloon launches each day in the morning and evening, live music, games, hay rides, kids activities, vendors, balloon rides, moon glows, fireworks, beer tastings, and so much more! Friday 11am-10pm, Saturday 5am-10pm, Sunday 5am-7pm. Barton Orchards. 63 Appletree Ln., Poughquag. 227-2306. Strawberry Festival. June 22. Join us for a fun day celebrating strawberry season! Pick your own strawberries and enjoy live music, face painting and lots of strawberry goodies. Shop from local food and craft vendors. Admission is free. 10am-3pm. Saunderskill Farms. 5100 Rte. 209, Accord. 389-1394. Sweet Bee's Honey Festival. June 23. Enjoy a wide variety of honeys, baked goods, chocolates, craft beverages, cheeses and other gourmet products, as well as a variety of handmade crafts. Listen to live country music and enjoy family- friendly activities including face painting and old-fashioned games such as potato sack races and bean bag toss. 10am-5pm. Museum Village. 1010 Rte. 17M, Monroe. (Continued on Page 28)

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