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28 Hudson Valley Parent n October 2019 Play and Learn Together. An hour-long program designed for children 18 to 36 months including stories, movement, and activities as well as an opportunity to speak with an early childhood professional on such topics as health, language development, and safety. All children must be accompanied by an adult caregiver. 10-11am. Newburgh Free Library Storyhour Room. 124 Grand St., Newburgh. 563-3601. 24: Thursday Book Tasting: A Witches Brew of Books. Join us in the witch's kitchen to taste some books with a bite. Sample some scary stories and haunted treats. You must bring your library card to enter. If you choose and read one of the books you have tasted, you will be eligible for a tasty prize! 4:30- 5:30pm. Goshen Public Library & Historical Society Storyhour Room. 203 Main St., Goshen. 294-6606. Fall Craft Trifecta. Marbleize pumpkins with nail polish, tile coasters with sharpies and rubbing alcohol and one other to be announced. 6:30-8pm. Goshen Public Library & Historical Society Community Room. 203 Main St., Goshen. 294-6606. Preschool Story Time. Kids ages 3-5 will hear books, sing songs, dance around, and more at this super fun story time program! Children must be accompanied by adult caregiver. 10-11am. Newburgh Free Library Storyhour Room. 124 Grand St., Newburgh. 563-3601. 25: Friday Boo at the Zoo. Enjoy a fun-filled evening where families can celebrate Halloween and are encouraged to dress up. You can 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. 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! 5:30-8pm. Mid-Hudson Children's Museum. 75 North Water St., Poughkeepsie. 471-0589. Flashlight Friday. Enjoy hayrides to the pumpkin patch, corn maze, kids activities, cow train, pedal cars and pony rides. 3-9pm. Wright Family Farm. 329 Kings Hwy., Warwick. 986-1345. 26: Saturday Halloween Party. Wear your best costume for prizes by the American Legion and Roosevelt Fire District. There will be games, pumpkin painting, cider and donuts. 2-4pm. Hackett Hill Park. 59 E Market St., Hyde Park. Hallowoodstock 2019. Meet rescued animals and enjoy hayrides and food vendors. Dress up like your favorite rescued animal resident, animal hero or other fun Halloween character. 10:30am- 4pm. Woodstock Animal Sanctuary. 2 Rescue Rd., High Falls. 247-5700. Halloween Parade. The Delaware Youth Center sponsors a children's costume parade down Main Street. The parade begins at 1pm. Games and treats at the Youth Center follow the parade. 12:45-3pm. Delaware Youth Center. 8 Creamery Rd., Callicoon. MyKingstonKids Halloween Fest 2019: Witches of Seed Song. 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 hous- es, performances and more. 3-8pm. Seed Song Farm and Center. 160 Esopus Ave., Kingston. Boo at the Zoo. Come to the Bear Den to make spooky snacks for the black bears. Watch the zookeepers let the bears loose to enjoy the tasty Halloween decorations. Touch real animal skulls, see stuffed specimens in the Nature Study museums, make autumn crafts and learn about bats and our not-so-scary owls and vultures. Lots of family-friendly fun and activities. 10:30am. Trailside Museum and Zoo. 55 Hessian Dr., Bear Mountain. 786-2701. Halloween Sail. Celebrate Halloween with Clearwater. Wear a costume and take part in special activities or simply sit back and enjoy the colors of autumn on the Hudson River. 11am and 3pm. Hudson River Sloop Clearwater. 50 Rondout Landing, Kingston. 256-9300. Children's Day – A Tiny Taste of Terror. Walk through our new Magic Moon Maze, haunted gardens, play fun country games, face painting and see our stage show making this the perfect outing for families with young children. 11:30am-3pm. Headless Horseman Hayrides and Haunted Houses. 778 Broadway, Rte. 9W, Ulster Park. 339-2666. 27: Sunday Halloween Parade. Parade down Main Street to the firehouse for refreshments and a costume contest. 2-4pm. 1095 Main St., Fishkill. The Chocolate Expo. The Chocolate Expo is back. Taste, purchase, celebrate and indulge in delicious goodies such as chocolates, baked goods, specialty foods, cheeses, craft sodas, wines and coffee and tea. 10am-5pm. Museum Village. 1010 Rte. 17M, Monroe. 782-8248. Halloween at the Woods. 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. 28: Monday Nature Strollers. This 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. 29: Tuesday Florida Farmers' Market. Enjoy over 250 varieties of fresh, local produce, fresh fruits and berries, free range brown eggs, pasture raised poultry, pure honey, maple syrup, fresh mozzarella, fudge, pickles, gluten-free baked goods, homemade dog treats, handmade soaps and lotions, cutlery, pottery and more. 10am-4pm. Rte. 17A/Rte. 94 - Across from QuickCheck, Florida. 30: Wednesday Mommy and Me Class. The class will include singing, story-time, a sensory based activity/ game, snack and a craft! Mommy and Me is a wonderful first introduction to a school setting and socialization. Classes meet each Wednesday. 10:00 AM to 11:15 AM. Montgomery Nursery School. 21 Wallkill Ave., Montgomery. 457-7415. New Parent Basics. This program focuses on what items to have on hand at all times, what situations to avoid and how to take care of both the child and the parent in order to keep stress levels down to a minimum. 1pm. Howland Public Library. 313 Main Street, Beacon. 917-536-2033. 31: Thursday Trick-or-Treating on Huguenot Street. Trick- or-treat at the historic houses. This event is free and open to the public. 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. Halloween Story Time Trick-or-Treat. Come in your Halloween costume and join us for stories before you trick-or-treat! We'll have books, book- marks, pencils, bubbles and other non-food treats available for all trick-or-treaters to enjoy! All ages welcome. Please note: we will not be giving out candy. 1:30-2pm. NorthEast-Millerton Library. 75 Main St., Millerton. 518-789-3340. 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