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Page 28 of 31 n Hudson Valley Parent 29 Petit Picasso. Little artists are welcomed to create beautiful masterpieces weekly at Petit Picasso! The program runs weekly on Thursdays in the Children's Room and is intended for toddlers and preschoolers. Our non-toxic, washable paints and a variety of brush types make this program perfect for a range of developmental abilities. 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. 30: Friday Free Family Movie Night. We are having our free movie nights here at Benmarl again! All movies will start at sundown. Our wood fired pizza oven will be up and running as well as our cookie shop. Please no outside food or alcohol allowed. Join us for a special showing of The Sandlot. 9-11pm. Benmarl Winery and Vineyard. 156 Highland Ave., Marlboro. 236-4265 New York Academy of Ballet Open House. Dance is taught as a classical art form using critical thinking skills, discipline for the art and a strong work ethic. Caring, professionally trained faculty (Martha Graham, School of American Ballet, BFA Dance College at Brockport, Vassar Faculty. Students excel artistically and academically through a focus on the educational and technical aspects of dance. Professionally produced annual performance at the Bardavon Opera House in June. Nurturing environment that develops well-rounded young people. 5-7pm. New York Academy of Ballet. 32 Cannon St., Poughkeepsie. 802-3703. 31: Saturday Honey Crisp Hysteria Festival. Everyone goes crazy for our Honey Crisp apples and we have a beautiful and bountiful crop this year! Come and pick from several varieties of apples, peaches, nectarines, tomatoes, assorted veggies and colorful flowers this holiday weekend. All Day. DuBois Farms. 209 Perkinsville Rd., Highland. 795-4037. 38th Annual Woodstock-New Paltz Arts and Crafts Fair. Join us for hundreds of artists and makers, demonstrations, beer, wine and spirits, live entertainment, children's performances and more. $10 for adults, $9 for seniors, children under 12 are free. Saturday and Sunday 10am-5:30pm, Monday 10am-4pm. Ulster County Fairgrounds. 249 Libertyville Rd., New Paltz. 561-4342. Saugerties Farmers Market. Visit the market to find locally harvested food grown, raised, prepared and brought to market by local farmers. The market offers 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; home-baked pies and other baked goods, including gluten-free; chocolates; prepared foods; and artisan craft, jewelry, soap and household items. Enjoy the market café with local food for lunch and for take-out. The Saugerties Farmers Market is a gathering place of farmers, community organizations, and families with local food and entertainment every Saturday. 10am-2pm. Village Hall. 43 Partition St., Saugerties. 853-5694. Tuxedo Farmers Market. Join us at the Tuxedo Train Station every Saturday for locally grown foods and products. 9am-2pm. Tuxedo Train Station. 240 Rte. 17, Tuxedo. 915-4058.

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