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HVP October 2019

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Page 20 of 31 n Hudson Valley Parent 21 Read with Rosie. Join us to read with certified therapy dog Rosie. 4-4:45pm. Red Hook Public Library. 7444 South Broadway, Red Hook. 758-3241. 4: Friday ArtsFest 2019. ArtsFest returns and brings a full calendar of art events and activities. Highlights include behind-the-scenes tours of working artists' studios as well as family art events at the BID Grand Market, a classic car show and the 7th annual Lincoln Avenue Arts & Culture Fest with activities. There will be great food, live music, films and exciting performances. Times vary by day. Pelham Art Center. 155 Fifth Ave., Pelham. 914-738-2525 Love My Library Drop-In Story Class. A drop-in story time for all ages not yet in kindergarten! A fun time with stories, songs and a craft! 11-11:30am. Goshen Public Library & Historical Society Storyhour Room. 203 Main St., Goshen. 294-6606. Video Game Club Under 12s. Join your friends to play some fun Wii games, play with Legos and have a snack! Registration required. 4-5pm. Goshen Public Library & Historical Society Storyhour Room. 203 Main St., Goshen. 294-6606. 5: Saturday 8th Annual Wine Festival at Bethel Woods. Savor the finest wines from the Hudson Valley and Finger Lake regions while listening to live music, participating in fun games, and enjoying a food court to satisfy all cravings. Plus, make a day of it with multiple pre-festival events for guests to enjoy including a limited seating Paint and Sip experience overlooking the Pavilion Stage led by artist and printmaker Susan Pantaleone and a Vintage Run Half Marathon and 5K. 1-5pm. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. 200 Hurd Rd., Bethel. Fall Fun Festival. Enjoy a family friendly day on the farm! There will be a special live performance from acoustic singer, James Patrick. All day. DuBois Farms. 209 Perkinsville Rd., Highland. 795-4037. Pumpkin Festival. Take a hayride to the pumpkin patch, visit with Mrs. Scarecrow and pick out a pumpkin to paint and take home. There will be lots of fun family activities including corn hole, games, crafts, face painting and a visit with the goats and bunnies. There will be refreshments available for purchase. 12-4pm. Hill-Hold Museum. 128 Rte. 416, Campbell Hall. 615-3830. 13th Annual Heart of the Hudson Valley Bounty Festival. Taste and discover the Valley's bounty at this fun filled family event showcasing the heart of the Hudson Valley's bounty of Marlborough and surrounding communities. There will be a farmers market featuring organic and traditionally grown produce and goods. There will also be live music, demonstrations, kids activities and bounce houses, a picnic area and crafts and handmade items. Rain date is October 6. 10am-4pm. Cluett Schantz Park. 1801-1805 Rte. 9W, Milton. 616-7824. (Continued on Page 22) Find a complete list of Halloween events at Halloween Events LaGrange Fall Harvest Festival. October 6. Enjoy children's entertainment, inflatables, games, sensory play, petting zoo, horse drawn wagon rides, face painting, balloon tying, craft show, farmers market and more. There will be a Halloween costume parade at 3:15pm. 12-4pm. Freedom Park. 212 Skidmore Rd., Pleasant Valley. No-Scare Halloween. October 19-20. Wear your not-so-scary costumes and parade around on our grounds! We'll have lots of fun activities for the children with crafts and games. 11am-4pm. Museum Village 1010 State Rte. 17M, Monroe. 782-8248. Boo at the Zoo. October 25. Enjoy a fun-filled evening where families can celebrate Halloween and are encouraged to dress up in costumes. Savor delicious s'mores and several other snacks. Live entertainment will also be part of the event. Free admission. 5:30-7:30pm. Forsyth Nature Center. 157 Lucas Ave., Kingston. Halloween Spooktacular. October 25. Join us for a night of costumes, and (not so) spooky play, Halloween activities and trick-or-treating. Visit the fortune teller to see your future, engage in special mad science experiments and themed art project and even feel slime and live beetles! You and your family won't want to miss one of our most popular events of the year! $10 for MHCM members and $14 for non-members. 5:30-8pm. Mid-Hudson Children's Museum. 75 North Water St., Poughkeepsie. 471-0589. MyKingstonKids Halloween Fest 2019: Witches of Seed Song. October 26. This is a free indoor/outdoor event created to promote an exciting, safe and unique Halloween experience through stimulating activities including but not limited to our Seed Song Halloween Hayride, children's fashion show, pumpkin picking and decorating, haunted houses, performances and more. You must register for the hayrides in advance. The hayrides include stories, activities and entertainment. 3-8pm. Seed Song Farm and Center. 160 Esopus Ave., Kingston. Halloween Craft Fair & Flea Market. October 27. There will be over 20 vendors from all over the Hudson Valley showcasing their beautiful items. There will be spooky face painting, cupcakes, candy, homemade chocolates, candy apples, Halloween items and more. Bring the kids between 12-4pm so they can trick-or- treat from our spooky candy and snack bu et. There are so many creepy, scary, fuzzy, slimy, yummy, gummy treats to choose from. 11am-5pm. Homewood Suites by Hilton at Newburgh-Stewart Airport. 180 Breunig Rd., New Windsor. Halloween at the Woods. October 27. Happy Halloween at the Woods. Celebrate Halloween Bethel Woods style! Create creepy crafts, play ghostly games and explore the museum with your family and friends. Jump into a Monster Mash Dance Party and a family costume contest at this spook-tacular event! Free admission. Doors open at 10am. 11am-2pm. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. 200 Hurd Rd., Bethel. Trick-or-Treating on Huguenot Street. October 31. Children and families are welcome once again to walk the street on Halloween night. Trick-or-treat at the historic houses. This event is free and open to the public. A portion of Huguenot Street will be closed to vehicular traffic while children trick-or-treat. Children and adults can expect to meet "residents" that span the National Historic Landmark District's centuries-long history, including colonial-era women, Revolutionary War soldiers, a Victorian-era socialite and her house maid, flappers from the Roaring Twenties and other costumed interpreters. 3:30-5:30pm. Historic Huguenot Street. 81 Huguenot St., New Paltz. 255-1889.

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