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HVP September 2019

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22 Hudson Valley Parent n September 2019 1: Sunday Sunflower Extravaganza. Enjoy our majestic sunflower field with thousands of sunflowers in bloom! Enjoy a hayride through our farm to the sunflowers. Additional flowers can be purchased at the farm! There will be other farm attractions available including the jumping pillow, apple cannons, farm animals, mini-golf, milk-a-cow, pipe slides and more! Pick your own fruits and vegetables and grab a snack from the Ice Cream Barn. No pets allowed at this event. 10am-6pm. Kelder's Farm. 5755 Rte. 209, Kerhonkson. 626-7137. 31st Annual International Festival. There will be vendors, a variety of international and local cuisine, a carnival with rides and games and local bands. There will also be a flea market. Event is rain or shine. Friday 5pm, Saturday and Sunday 12- 11pm, Monday 12-10pm. Delano Hitch Recreation Park. 401 Washington St., Newburgh. 569-7300. 38th Annual Iroquois Indian Festival. Celebrate Iroquois creativity and self-expression while enjoying a weekend filled with exciting events and activities. Our annual festival features an Art Market open exclusively to Iroquois artists. There will be a children's area with art and traditional crafts activities and an opportunity to sample some delectable native foods. There will be traditional Iroquois social dances, an Onondaga storyteller and a local wildlife rehabilitator displaying a variety of wild animals including birds of prey. Tickets: Adults, $10, Children (5-17), $5, Children under 5, free. 10am-5pm. Iroquois Indian Museum. 324 Caverns Rd., Howes Cave. 518-296-8949. 44th Civil War Reenactment. Living historians will gather in authentic dress, adopt a Victorian view of society and war, and take great pride in their representation and portrayal of historic regiments and organizations. You will see representations of Federal and Confederate infantry, artillery and cavalry units. Medical demonstrations and civilian life are also a part of the scenery that the visitor will observe. Witness reenactments of standard Civil war tactics and troop movements as the two armies meet in battle. Visitors can stroll through the camps, meet and talk with the troops and civilians and shop at Sutler's Row, the civilian merchants who followed the army. $17 for adults, $14 for seniors, $12 for children 4-12. Free parking. 10am-4pm. Museum Village. 1010 Rte. 17M, Monroe. 782-8248. 2: Monday 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. Calendar Unless otherwise indicated, phone numbers are within the 845 area code 2019 Kids' STEAM Trail for Art, Science & Sports Join Hudson Valley Parent on September 21 from 11am-4pm as we take over the Pough- keepsie Galleria with dozens of local experts in STEAMS (science, tech- nology, engineering, arts, math…and we added sports too!) programs for kids and tweens. Our goal is to empower kids in our community to make in- formed choices as we build the next generation of leaders. We invite families to take part in hands- on demonstrations, performances and information located throughout the mall. 11am-4pm. Poughkeepsie Galleria. 2001 South Rd., Pough- keepsie. 562-3606. STEAM Trail formed choices as we build and information located throughout For more, visit:

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