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HVP September 2019

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30 Hudson Valley Parent n September 2019 Goshen Farmers Market. Each year, the Goshen Farmers Market attracts thousands of people to downtown Goshen to purchase the freshest fruits and vegetables, wide selection of bread, organic honey, gluten free products, fresh meats and fish, pickles, cookies, jams and so much more. Open every Friday 10am-5pm. Village Square. 223 Main St., Goshen. 294-7741. 28: Saturday Brookby Farm Festival. A day full of fun-packed family activities and home cooked food! Enjoy tours of the milking barn and learning about the milking process and the history of our family farm. The cows will also be out in pasture, giving visitors the opportunity to greet and interact with the animals. Local food producers and artisans from around the Hudson Valley will be on hand to provide intimate perspectives of their passion, from cheese making to yarn spinning. 10am-5pm. Brookby Farm. 62 Dover Furnace Rd., Dover Plains. 832-3859. Hudson Valley Irish Festival. Enjoy a full day of music, fun and family. There will be a spoken word tent, food trucks, our fantastic Irish apparel, crafts and arts vendors and 18th century toys and games in the children's area. 11am-7pm. Hudson Valley Irish Center. 920 1st St., Peekskill. Apple Daze Festival. Join us for lots of pick- your-own apples, grapes, tomatoes and pumpkins. Take a tractor-pulled wagon ride, visit with the farm animals, get lost in the corn maze and enjoy live music. Visit our farm market for local farm products including handmade pies and award-winning apple cider donuts. The Tavern will be offering local wine, hard cider and craft beer. 10am-5pm. DuBois Farms. 209 Perkinsville Rd., Highland. 795-4037. National Alpaca Day at Lilymoore Farm. Come to Lilymoore Farm for our biggest event of the year. Meet the alpacas, enjoy live music, shop our vendor village, do the chicken dance with a chicken and have a ton of fun! Watch the animals as they participate in our tutu parade and wear a tutu so you can participate too. 12-4pm. Lilymoore Farm. 21 Moore Rd., Pleasant Valley. 605-7002. Warwick Valley Farmers Market. Every Sunday, the market features local seasonal produce, artisanal producers, music and more! 9am-2pm. South St. and Bank St., Warwick. 987-9990. 23: Monday Music Conservatory of Westchester Fall Open House. Music Conservatory of Westchester invites prospective students and their families to go Back to Music this fall! Explore music classes for toddlers, children, teens, and adults at our Open Houses!The Conservatory offers private lessons, group classes, and performing ensembles for students at all experience levels for all instruments and genres. Learn from expertly qualified faculty and join a welcoming musical community like no other! Register for classes online today at! Visit for more information about the Music Conservatory of Westchester. 5-7pm. Music Conservatory of Westchester. 216 Central Ave., White Plains. 914-761-3900. 24: Tuesday Florida Farmers' Market. This year will feature many returning vendors from last year, including a selection of locally grown fruits, vegetables and a variety of market items. Enjoy over 250 varieties of fresh, local produce, fresh fruits and berries, free range brown eggs, pasture raised poultry, pure honey, maple syrup, grass fed lamb, beef and pork, seafood, fresh mozzarella, homemade jam and jelly, homemade fudge, dried herbs, meat rubs and spices, pickles, fresh baked goods, gluten-free baked goods, homemade dog treats, pierogis, kielbasa, humus, empanadas, grape leaves, spinach pie, handmade soaps and lotions, cutlery, pottery and more. 10am-4pm. Rte. 17A/ Rte. 94 (Across from QuickCheck), Florida. 25: Wednesday 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. 26: Thursday Prenatal Yoga. Prepare for birth with focused postures, meditative breathing and strengthening exercises in this prenatal yoga class. Each class will be tailored to how the group is feeling but will always include hip stretches, various types of squats to prepare the pelvic floor for birth and learn how to properly utilize reverse kegal exercises. You will feel challenged and restored all in one class. 10:30-11:30am. Sapling Shop. 6423 Montgomery St., Ste. 1, Rhinebeck. 876-5952. 27: Friday Bear Mountain Oktoberfest. The tradition continues! Join us for food, music and fun! Anthony Wayne Recreation Area. Palisades Parkway, Exit 17, Bear Mountain. CALENDAR (Continued from Page 29) For more great calendar listings visit us online at 9th Annual Newburgh OPEN Studios. Newburgh Open Studios is a great opportunity to visit artists in their studios, see their work, and get a behind-the-scenes glimpse into their working processes. Enjoy pop up galleries, group shows, the return of Glenlily Grounds and an outdoor sculpture show. Maps are available starting at 10am both days for this walkable tour. Join us for this free event that gives you a sneak peek into the world that exists behind the art object. 12-6pm. Newburgh Art Supply. 5 Grand St., Newburgh. 561-5552. Don Terpening, Revolutionary War Medical Re-enactor. Professor Emeritus of Biology, Don Terpening will present various medicines, implements, and techniques that were used by physicians during the Revolutionary War, as well as discuss the role that doctors played and their social standing during this period. 10am-2pm. Matthewis Persen House Museum. 74 John St., Kingston. 340-3415. Sesame Street Live! Make Your Magic! Your favorite Sesame Street friends are back, in Sesame Street Live! Make Your Magic! When magician extraordinaire Justin visits the neighborhood to put on a magic show, Elmo wants to join in. But there's one problem: Elmo doesn't know how to do magic, so he teams up with Justin, Abby, and friends to practice his trick while discovering the magical moments in everyday life! 10:30 am, 2pm, 5:30pm. Majed J. Neshiwat Convention Center. 14 Civic Center Plaza, Poughkeepsie. 454-5800. 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. 29: Sunday Touch-a-Tractor. We're kicking off our fall season with our Touch-a-tractor event. Kids and adults of all ages can climb aboard all of our farm's working tractors. We will have hayrides, games, food, s'mores and fun for the whole family. 11am-5pm. Soukup Farms. 271 Halls Corners Rd., Dover Plains. 264-3137. 9th Annual Newburgh OPEN Studios. Enjoy pop up galleries, group shows, the return of Glenlily Grounds and an outdoor sculpture show. Maps are available starting at 10am both days for this walkable tour. Join us for this free event that gives you a sneak peek into the world that exists behind the art object. 12-6pm. Newburgh Art Supply. 5 Grand St., Newburgh. 561-5552. Sunrise Stroll. Early risers are welcome before sunrise to witness the spectacular views of the Hudson River Valley. The east and west gates to the Walkway will open at 6:30am. 6:30am. Walkway Over the Hudson. 61 Parker Ave., Poughkeepsie. 454-9649. 30: Monday Walk and Wiggle. This language enrichment program serves as a transitional storytime for walkers as they prepare for toddler storytime. The program features songs, rhymes, finger plays and stories and is followed by 30 minutes of play and socialization. For ages 19-24 months. No registration required. 10-10:50am. Adriance Memorial Library. 93 Market St., Poughkeepsie. 485-3445 ext. 3320.

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