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Page 22 of 31 n Hudson Valley Parent 23 3: Saturday Turtles. Can you imagine carrying your house everywhere you go? Come meet some turtles up close and learn how they alive and move. 10am. Hudson Highlands Nature Museum Outdoor Discovery Center. 120 Muser Dr., Cornwall. 534-5506. 2019 Bear Mountain Pow Wow. Join us for this two-day Native American Pow Wow and festival. There will be Native American dancing, music, art, food and more. There will be over 40 artist booths selling crafts, jewelry, leather goods and traditional works of art. 11am. Anthony Wayne Recreation Area. Palisades Parkway, Exit 17, Bear Mountain. Wassaic Project Summer Festival. For the past ten years, the Wassaic Project Summer Festival has showcased the best emerging artists, musicians, dancers and filmmakers right here in Wassaic. Event is free. 12pm. Luther Barn. 19 Furnace Bank Rd., Wassaic. 855-927-7242 Young Mavericks Festival. Young Mavericks Festivals are designed to introduce students to the wonder and power of various musical genres and are free for youth age 16 and under. Enjoy a performance by JazzKids with Christian Sands. 11am. 120 Maverick Rd., Woodstock. 646-965-2365. 4: Sunday 4th Annual Music at the Park. Every Sunday there will be a concert on the lawn in front of Town Hall. Bands will play classic rock, acoustic pop, country, folk rock, swing, bluegrass and more. Free admission. 6:30-8pm. Town Hall Lawn. 183 Main St., Cornwall. 675-5014. Warwick Valley Farmers Market. Every Sunday, the market features local seasonal produce, artisanal producers, music and more! 9am-2pm. South Street and Bank St., Warwick. 987-9990. 5: Monday Family Movie Matinee. Join us for a special showing of Astro Boy (PG) 94 min. 2-3:45pm. Newburgh Free Library Storyhour Room. 124 Grand St., Newburgh. 563-3601. Meteorite Meteor-Wrong. Learn about meteorites and how they help astronomers study the formation and interiors of the planets in our solar system. Students will explore di erent rock samples to determine which are real meteorite samples and which are rocks from Earth. 5:30-6:15pm. Goshen Public Library & Historical Society Community Room. 203 Main St., Goshen. 294-6606. Starlab Experience. Register online for the age appropriate class. There are programs for grade groups K-2, 3-6 and 6-12. Join us for a unique planetarium experience in the library! Journey through space and the stars! 12:45-1:15pm, 1:30-2pm and 3-3:30pm. Goshen Public Library & Historical Society Community Room. 203 Main St., Goshen. 294-6606. Find a complete list of Festivals and Fairs at Festivals and Fairs 9th Annual Bon Odori Dance Festival for Peace. August 3. Come join us for the 2019 Dance Festival for Peace. Main feature is drumming from around the world. Enjoy dance, music, Taiko drumming, Japanese folk dance and world dance, martial arts, kids' fun, food, entertainment and Peace Renewable Energy and Green Products. Event is rain or shine and admission is free. 12-8pm. Kingston Point Beach. 52 Delaware Ave., Kingston. 750-1947. Muddy Puddles Project 7th Annual Mess Fest. August 3. The Muddy Puddles "Mess Fest" is a huge annual event hosted by the Ty Louis Campbell Foundation. The "Mess Fest" event is similar to a carnival with various tented areas and a wide range of fun family activities. There will be splatter paint, pie throwing, a giant mud pit, a "slopstacle" course, food fights, water balloons, slime time, a kiddie car wash, zip lines, climbing walls, paddle boats, magic shows, bounce houses, music, games, prizes and more. Plus Peppa Pig will make a special appearance! 11am-4pm. Kiwi Country Day Camp. 825 Union Valley Rd., Carmel. 212-584-1133. Otisville Country Fair. August 8. Enjoy a full weekend of fun. There will be a craft vendor's marketplace, big antique machinery display, animals, youth cattle show, great food, a car show on Saturday, shows and great entertainment and more! Thursday 4:30-10pm, Friday 4:30-10pm, Saturday 12-11pm, Sunday 12-9pm. 340 Finchville Tpke., Otisville. 386-1315. Hudson Valley Ribfest. August 16. Join us for a day of musical entertainment, contests and of course all kinds of delicious food from BBQ to Mexican and Jamaican. There will also be amazing vendors. General admission is $7. Friday 5-10pm, Saturday 11am-10pm, Sunday 11am-5pm. Ulster County Fairgrounds. 249 Libertyville Rd., New Paltz. Grahamsville Little World's Fair. August 16. The Grahamsville Little World's Fair is the longest running independent fair in New York, o ering three days of old-fashioned family fun! 2019 marks the 140th annual fair which will feature agricultural and livestock exhibits and contests, daily entertainment including live music and demonstrations, rides for all ages, an array of great food, games, vendors and a whole lot more! Admission includes free parking, access to exhibits and contests, and free entertainment. Ages 4 and under and 75 and older is free. Ages 5-11, $3. Ages 12-74, $6. Friday 9am-10pm, Saturday 9am-11pm, Sunday 9am-6pm. 8230 State Rte. 55, Grahamsville. 985-7367. Summer Hoot. August 23. This 3-day music festival is your source for family fun in nature, local food and crafts, and lyric-laden, foot stomping, soul-soothing, fiddle-infused live music. Discover your new favorite bands, try your hand at blacksmithing, visit the sheep, go on a group hike to Cathedral Gorge, participate in cool music and dance workshops, eat local food, drink local beer, sing an old song and get an inspiration for a new one. The Ashokan Center. 477 Beaverkill Rd., Olivebridge. Hudson Valley Vegan Food Festival. August 31. The goal of this event is to promote health awareness, nutrition, and overall wellness through various eco-friendly, vegan and vegetarian options. This year we are promoting our motto of "Love, Peace and Vegan." The festival will feature over 30 vegan/ vegetarian restaurants and vendors from throughout the Hudson Valley. Attendees can enjoy great food, live musical performances, yoga workshops, and a presentation on the benefits of a plant-based diet and lifestyle. Kids will have the opportunity to participate in veggie-themed games and activities in the "Kids Fitness Corner." 1-7pm. Newburgh Waterfront – The People's Park. 1 Washington St., Newburgh. (Continued on Page 24)

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