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Page 26 of 35 n Hudson Valley Parent 27 have fun looking at photos of their adventures and enjoy muffins and juice. Dolls and other "babies" are welcome. One toy per child. No sign up required! 11am-6pm. NorthEast-Millerton Library. 75 Main St., Millerton. 518-789-3340. Town of Newburgh Community Day and Independence Day Celebration. Join us for a day of food, games, fireworks and more. 6-10pm. Algonquin Park/Cronomer Park. Gardnertown Rd., Newburgh. Village of Monroe Independence Day Celebration. A street fair with vendors begins at 5pm. Stay for fireworks starting at 9pm. 5pm. Millpond Park. 21 NY-208, Monroe. 782-8341. 4: Thursday Fort Montgomery Independence Day Celebration. Witness the roar and thunder at the Grand Battery when the fort's 6-pounder cannon is fired at noon! Camp activities and military drills will take place throughout the day. 12-4pm. Fort Montgomery State Historic Site. 690 Rte. 9W, Fort Montgomery. 446-2134. An Old-Fashioned Independence Day. 18th century crafts, reenactors, music and entertainment. A great day for young families. Later, enjoy live music and delicious hot food until you're able to enjoy a view of the Saugerties Fireworks over the Hudson River. 2-10pm. Clermont State Historic Site. 87 Clermont Ave., Germantown. 518-537-6622. City of Poughkeepsie Independence Day Celebration. Join us for a spectacular view of the fireworks from 212 feet above the Hudson River on Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park. 7-10pm. Walkway Over the Hudson. 61 Parker Ave., Poughkeepsie. 454-9649. Independence Day Celebration at Knox Headquarters. Tour Knox Headquarters every hour throughout the day and see the firing of a small cannon at 1pm and 4pm. 10am-4pm. Knox Headquarters. 289 Old Forge Hill Rd., New Windsor. 561-5498. Saugerties Independence Day Celebration. Join us for our annual parade and fireworks. Parade steps o at 11am. 10am. Cantine Field. 207 Market St., Saugerties. 246-2800. Town of Hyde Park Independence Day Celebration. Join us for our annual parade and festivities. Steps o at 10am. 10am-1pm. Roosevelt Cinemas. 4060 Albany Post Rd., Hyde Park. 229-5111. Town of Wallkill Independence Day Celebration. Join us for our annual fireworks extravaganza featuring live music and DJ sets, free grandstand seating and on-site concessions. 6pm. Orange County Fairgrounds. 239 Wisner Ave., Middletown. 692-7800. 5: Friday Mount Gulian Tours. Take tours of the historic home, 18th century Dutch barn, and restored garden. Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays anytime between 1-5pm with the last tour at 4pm. Sundays every hour on the hour from 1-5pm with the last tour at 4pm. Mount Gulian Historic Site. 145 Sterling St., Beacon. 831-8172. Find a complete list of Festivals and Fairs at Festivals and Fairs Liberty Festival on the Fourth of July. July 4. Join us for a full day of fun. There will be tons of incredible vendors, a children's area with bouncy houses, face painting and more as well as a parade. There will be a car show. Fireworks display takes place at dusk. 10:30am-4:30pm. Main St., Liberty. 292-9797. Town of Wappinger Community Day. July 5. This event is going to be huge! There will be live entertainment, vendors and a carnival full of rides and games. Saturday there will be a parade and fireworks followed by a car show on Sunday. There will be three full days of activities. Friday 5-10pm, Saturday 11am-10pm, Sunday 11am-8pm. Wappingers Junior High School. 30 Major MacDonald Way, Wappingers Falls. Summer Film Festival 2019. July 11. The City of Newburgh presents free summer movies! Bring the family for a special viewing of Spider-Man Into the Spiderverse on the Safe Harbors Green. There will be a cookout hosted by the City of Newburgh Police Department and free popcorn. Activities begin at 8pm, movie begins at sundown. Rain location: Safe Harbors Ritz Theater Lobby. 8pm. Safe Harbors Green. Corner of Broadway & Liberty St., Newburgh. 569-7386 Wurtsboro Founders Day Street Fair. July 13. Enjoy a day filled with live music, great food and vendors. There will be crafts, games, a petting zoo, bounce houses and much more. 12-6pm. Sullivan St., Wurtsboro. Rosendale Street Festival. July 20. This family-friendly, not for profit grassroots organization was started to showcase local talent and to celebrate the birthday of Rosendale icon, Uncle Willy. Today, the street fest boasts seven stages, over 80 bands, over 100 of the best vendors in the Hudson Valley, parades, kids' crafts, and film festivals. All Day. Main St., Rosendale. Dutchess Dragon Boat Race & Festival. July 20. This event promises to be an extraordinary day of exhilarating dragon boat races, good food, music, games and fun alongside our beautiful Hudson River. Hudson River Rowing Association. 270 N Water St., Poughkeepsie. 475-9336 ext. 5. 48th Annual Putnam County 4-H Fair. July 26. Event features animals, country living auction, food, entertainment, games, activities, exhibits, horse show, country pig roast and chicken barbecue, master gardener plant sale, touch a truck and more! Event is rain or shine. Admission and parking is free. Friday 12-6pm, Saturday 10am-7pm, Sunday 10am-5pm. Putnam County Veteran Memorial Park. 201 Gypsy Trail Rd., Carmel Hamlet 10512. 278-6738. Grape Jam Music Festival. July 27. The Grape Jam is a day of great music, food, drinks and fun. There will be wagon rides, bounce houses, a beer trailer, raffles and more! Admission is $10 at the gate. Kids under 12 are free. 12-10pm. Palaia Winery. 10 Sweet Clover Rd., Highland Mills. 928-5384. Butterfly Festival. July 27. Event features local vendors, a plant sale, a monarch butterfly expert and education table, storytelling, music, food, crafts and of course our butterfly tents. 11am-3pm. The Stony Kill Foundation. 79 Farmstead Ln., Wappingers Falls. 831-3800. (Continued on Page 28) Stu ed Animal Slumber Party. Have you ever wondered what happens at the library when it's closed? We will share our secret world with your stu ed animal friends at our stu ed animal sleepover! When you drop o your toy, you will read it a story, create a name tag for it and tuck it into bed. In the morning, come and pick it up,

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