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Page 32 of 35 n Hudson Valley Parent 33 Freedom Fest Fireworks Show. Gates will open at 4pm and the fireworks will begin at dusk. There will be vendors and great live music. 4-10:30pm. Thomas Bull Memorial Park. 211 Rte. 416, Montgomery. Beacon's Annual Cookout. Everyone come out for a day of love, unity, community, family, food, music, games and dancing for all. 10am-8pm. South Ave Park, Beacon. Dutchess County Latin American Fest. Return to the Poughkeepsie Waterfront for our free cultural celebration featuring live entertainment, food and craft vendors and children's activities. 11am-5pm. Victor C. Waryas Park. Waryas Park Promenade, Poughkeepsie. Vintage Fire Trucks and Air Show. The Fairchester Hose Haulers and Kingston Volunteer Fire Museum bring their equipment to join our 1922 American La France pumper. Includers our History of Flight Air Show at 2pm. 10am-5pm. Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome. 9 Norton Rd., Rhinebeck. 752-3200. 1930's Catskill Farm Hoedown. Eat 1930s- themed food, drink prohibition cider and bathtub ginger ale, dance to knee-slapping tunes, pitch a game of horseshoes, bid at the entertaining pie auction and socialize with family and friends. 5-9:30pm. Time and the Valleys Museum. 332 Main St. (Rte. 55), Grahamsville. 985-7700. Hudson Valley Brassroots Festival. The mission of the festival is to celebrate brass music in a rural, accessible and family-friendly environment. This year's event will feature 11 brass bands over two days, as well as local food vendors, drinks, farm tours, a bonfire, dancing in the open air, and for the first time, a "Meet the Musicians" workshop and a children's processional! Saturday, 1-10pm, Sunday, 11am-4pm. Seed Song Farm. 160 Esopus Ave., Kingston. 917-301-3751. 28: Sunday Orchard 5K Run. Race through the orchard and enjoy a donut or two along the way. Folks of all ages and levels of experience are welcome. There are two different races to choose from. The Kids' Shawangunk Playgroup. Playgroup for babies and preschool aged children and their parent/ caregiver(s). Children play while adults get a chance to socialize. Playroom stocked with toys and an outdoor playground area for nicer weather. 9:30-11am. Reformed Church of Shawangunk. 1166 Hoagerburgh Rd., Wallkill. 895-2952. 25: Thursday Summer Film Festival 2019. The City of Newburgh presents free summer movies! Bring the family for a special viewing of The Grinch 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. Libratory. We will cover STEM subjects such as chemistry, biology, physics, etc. as well as other topics such as geography, art, music, and more. The program is designed for students aged 6+ but we can accommodate a wide range of skill levels. 10:30-11:45am. Red Hook Public Library. 7444 South Broadway, Red Hook. 758-3241. Petit Picasso. Little artists are welcomed to create beautiful masterpieces weekly at Petit Picasso! The program runs weekly on Thursdays and is intended for toddlers and preschoolers. Smocks will be provided, but we highly recommend children come dressed for a mess. 10:30-11:30am. Red Hook Public Library. 7444 South Broadway, Red Hook. 758-3241. 26: Friday Movie in the Park. Join us for Ralph Breaks the Internet. Bring your own blankets and chairs to enjoy a family-friendly movie under the stars. Free. Weather permitting. 8:30pm. Chadwick Lake. 1702 Rte. 300, Newburgh. 48th Annual Putnam County 4-H Fair. 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. 278-6738. 27: Saturday Movie Nights Under the Walkway. We offer free, family-friendly movies open to the public as well as musical entertainment and food vendors. Bring blankets or chairs. Pre-shows begin at 7pm, movie is at sundown. Weather permitting. Join us for a special showing of "Shazam!" with preshow music. 7-10:30pm. Upper Landing Park. 83 North Water St., Poughkeepsie. 790-6322. Dash is a 1,000 meter (just over ½ mile) race for kids through the orchard. The 5K for Adults is through a designated course around the orchard at a less competitive pace. Registration is now open. Event is rain or shine. 8am. Fishkill Farms. 9 Fishkill Farm Rd., Hopewell Junction. 897-4377. 29th Annual Riverfest. Music, art and the environment take center stage at the 29th Annual Riverfest; which embodies the spirit of our river valley and highlights the artists and musicians who live and work here. 10am-4pm. 37 Main St., Narrowsburg. 471-1775. Essential Oil Playdough. Learn how you can entertain your kids this season by turning play time into learning time by making aromatherapy play dough! Use a variety of oils and colors to help kids learn new scents. Some fun essential oils could include peppermint, lavender, citrus fresh, and stress away! Cost includes (3) playdough, jars, light snacks, and an organic juice box! 12pm. Popps Trophies. 158 West Main St., Walden. 778-5344. 29: Monday HAL Space Program: Summer Reading. Blast off this summer with the Hudson Area Library Summer Reading Program! This summer we celebrate the legacy of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing with "A Universe of Stories." Cadets, birth to 7 years old, in the HAL Space Program under the direction of the children's area staff will explore the cosmos with a focus on books and activities in the fields of science, art and history. The Hudson Area Library Summer Reading Program helps to build literacy skills while also maintaining a positive attitude towards reading and learning during summer vacation. Registration required. 10am-12pm weekdays. Hudson Area Library. 51 N 5th St., Hudson. 518-828-1792. 30: Tuesday Ulster County Fair. Event features rides and entertainment for the whole family. Enjoy delicious fair food. 10am-10pm. 249 Libertyville Rd., New Paltz. 255-1380. 31: Wednesday Book Explorers with the Senior Friendship Center. Explore a different theme each week with friends from the Senior Friendship center program. Each time we meet, we'll read a story and complete a craft with help from senior citizens. Sign up required each week. Ages 3-8. Lunch will be served after program on the front lawn of the Library. 7:00 AM - 7:30 AM. NorthEast-Millerton Library. 75 Main St., Millerton. 518-789-3340. Town of Cornwall Farmers Market. Join us for an exciting farmers market season with new products, vendors and a few surprises. Come out and shop with us Wednesdays through October 30. 11am-5pm. Munger Cottage. 40 Munger Dr., Cornwall. 534-2070.

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