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28 Hudson Valley Parent n September 2019 20: Friday 3rd Annual Warwick Food Truck Festival. There will be a wide variety of food truck fare, desserts and sweets available for purchase as well as locally crafted brews. There will also be live music and fun for the whole family. 4-9pm. St. Stephens Soccer Field. 100 St. Stephens Pl., Warwick. 391- 3509. Arty Night. Teen craft night sponsored by the Hudson Valley Queer Youth Project. Pizza, snacks and a safe place. $5 suggested donation. 7-10pm. Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center. 300 Wall St., Kingston. 331-5300. 21: Saturday Monarch Butterfly Tagging & Release. Join us for the peak of the monarch butterfly migration. Learn about monarch butterflies, their unusual lifestyle and lifecyvle and their miraculous migration to Mexico. Become a citizen scientist as you catch and tag them as part of a national research project. $10 for adults, $7 for children. 2-3:30pm. Hudson Highlands Nature Museum Outdoor Discovery Center. 120 Muser Dr., Cornwall. 534-5506. 20th Annual Arlington Street Fair. Event features over 130 vendors selling food, jewelry, art and novelties. Many local nonprofits will be on hand to give out information on services they provide to the local community. There will be two stages of free entertainment. There will be a youth area on the Arthur May Elementary School Lawn for children. This event is a great day to come renew friendships and make new ones. 12- 6pm. Raymond Ave., Poughkeepsie. 50th Annual Gem, Mineral, Fossil & Jewelry Show. This show will feature over 28 dealers, wholesalers, lapidary demonstrations, a fluorescent mineral exhibit, six free rocks at glitter mountain for kids, and several fossil exhibits. There is a sluice at the show selling both mineral and fossil bags for the kids. Admission is $5, $4 for seniors, $2 for students. Children under 12 are free with an adult. Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 10am-4pm. Gold's Gym. 258 Titusville Rd., Poughkeepsie. Pine Bush Harvest Festival. Celebrate the harvest in the hamlet of Pine Bush adjacent to the Shawangunk Mountains. It's a day of entertainment for all ages with arts and crafts, a farmers market, live music, food, games and more. Rain date September 22. 9am-3pm. Main St., Pine Bush. 477-2020. Hardscrabble Day. Join us for this annual village festival featuring music, food and children's events. Free and open to the public. 9am-6pm. Village of Red Hook. 7467 S Broadway, Red Hook. 758-1081. K104's 12th Annual Pooch-a-palooza and Vendor Fair. There will be a vendor fair full of local craft vendors that carry unique gifts for pets and humans. There will be contests and giveaways for pets and pet owners, a bounce house, pet parades, on-stage demonstrations from animal trainers and other special guests. There will be two pet walks at 11am and 2pm. 11am-4pm. Thomas Bull Memorial Park. 86 Grove St., Montgomery. 838-6079. in a Tudor style marketplace of period crafts and games. 10am-7pm. 600 Rte. 17A, Tuxedo. 351-5171. 16: Monday Nature Strollers. Join us for a one-hour hike with the tykes led by a museum educator at the Outdoor Discovery Center! This popular unique weekly hiking group for families with babies, toddlers and young children will follow gentle stroller-friendly trails and explore the fields, ponds and forest as you enjoy a fun nature lesson presented by an environmental educator. 9:30-10:30am. Hudson Highlands Nature Museum Outdoor Discovery Center. 120 Muser Dr., Cornwall. 534-5506. 17: Tuesday Tuesday for Tots. This program is best suited for children ages 2-5. Join us for this fun and edu- cational time for our littlest visitors! Experiment together with art, science, language and math early learning activities that support early child- hood learning. Children can practice important skills like taking turns and making a friend as they explore the different stations that promote school readiness, social connections, and skill develop- ment. 10:30-11:30am. The Children's Museum at Saratoga. 69 Caroline St., Saratoga Springs. 518-584-5540. 18: Wednesday 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 weath- er. 9:30-11am. Reformed Church of Shawangunk. 1166 Hoagerburgh Rd., Wallkill. 895-2952. 19: Thursday Mount Gulian Tours. Take tours of the historic home, 18th century Dutch barn, and restored garden. Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays any- time between 1-5pm with the last tour at 4pm. Sundays every hour on the hour from 1-5pm with the last tour at 4pm. 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. Grape Stomping Festival. Come breathe in the fall, stomp grapes, drink wine and dance to live music at this all-time favorite event. Kids 12 and under are free. Non-drinkers and children 13 and up are $10. All other tickets $15 in advance, $20 day of. There will be tastings, hayrides, live music all day, tours and grape stomping. 12-6pm. Benmarl Winery. 156 Highland Ave., Marlboro. 236-4265. Hudson Valley Regional Farmers Market. Local vendors will be selling organic produce, pickles and olives, complimentary organic coffee, Kombucha, meats and dairy, local honey, breads and baked goods, potted and ready to plant plants, wine, handmade soaps and lotions, jewelry, grilled pizza made to order and much more! 10am- 2pm. Hudson Valley Cerebral Palsy Association. 15 Mount Ebo Rd. S, Brewster. 878-9078 ext. 4218. New York Renaissance Faire. Travel back in time to an age of adventure! Join her majesty on a grand visit to a beautiful 16th century English village. Cheer your favorite night at the joust tournament, meet Robin Hood and his Merry Band, feast on savory sweets and tempting treats, see amazing acrobats, magical fairies, swashbuckling pirates and more! There will be 300 costumed characters, dancers, strolling minstrels and storytellers CALENDAR (Continued from Page 27) For more great calendar listings visit us online at

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