Hudson Valley Parent

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Page 28 of 47 n Hudson Valley Parent 29 apples available for picking September through November. Activities for the whole family including hayrides, pump- kin picking, pony rides, face painting, live music and outdoor dining. 845-986- 7080. Pierson Farm ($/A). 1448 Rte. 211, Middletown. Hay rides, haunted house, corn maze, petting zoo, pumpkin pick- ing, sheep shearing and more. 845-386- 1882. Pine Hill Farms ($-$$/A). 3298 Rte. 94, Chester. Offering fresh organic fruits and vegetables and fresh cut f lowers. 845-469-4197. pinehillfarmvegetables. com Poughkeepsie Galleria, ($$/A). 2001 South Rd., Poughkeepsie. Variety of stores, dining, family friendly events and Regal Movie theatre. 845-297-7600. Prospect Hill Orchards ($/A). 73 Clark's Ln., Milton. Apple picking, pumpkin picking and more. 845-795- 2383. Puttin Plus ($/A). 455 Washington Ave., Saugerties. Go karts, batting cages, mini golf, water tag and arcade. Open spring through fall. 845-246-4501. put- Quiet Cove Riverfront Park (FREE/A). Clearwater Dr., Poughkeepsie. Picnic area, grills, fishing, walking trails and scenic overlooks with views of the Hud- son River. 845-298-4600. Quinnz Pinz ($/P,S). 13-19 Railroad Ave., Middletown. Kid-friendly bumper lanes, lightweight bowling balls and small shoes for kids available. Try our Cosmic Bowling experience, with laser lights, black lights and music! 845-343- 8121. Rainbow's End Butterf ly Farm & Nurs- ery ($/A). 13 Rainbow's End, Pawling. e farm and butterf ly house are open to the public on weekends from end of May to early Sept. Learn about creating a butterf ly habitat. 845-832-6749. rain- Rip Van Winkles Campgrounds ($$$$/A). 149 Blue Mountain Rd., Sau- gerties. 160-acres of woodland paradise Q Hudson Valley Parent 19 JUNE 5th Annual Carlys' Kids Day ($/A). June 1 (11am-4pm). Face painting, bouncy houses, a dunk tank, crafts, cookie decorating, performances, tattoos, games and more. Children who donate a new book will receive a voucher for their choice of a free cotton candy, snow cone or popcorn item. Orange County Choppers. Rte. 17K, Newburgh. 845-742-6370. Greek Festival (Free/A). June 6-9 (Thu. 5:30pm-10pm; Fri. noon- midnight; Sat. 11am-midnight; Sun. 12pm-8pm). The largest cultural festival in Rockland County. Foods, pastries, music, handicrafts and children's activities. 1 Marycrest Rd., West Nyack. 845-623-4023. 7th Annual REACH Foundation Fun Run ($- $$$$/A). June 9 (8am). There will be refreshments, t-shirts, entertainment and lots of family fun! 5K awards will be given in 5 different age categories. Fees: $5/student walk; $10/adult walk; $25/5K runner. Torne Valley Sports Complex. 115 Torne Valley Rd., Hillburn. 914-414-3069. 14th Annual Kingston Kayak Festival ($$/A). June 8 (10am- 4pm). Thinking about getting into kayaking? If so, this is a great opportunity to get instruction, paddle a few boats and check out the latest gear. Refreshments, vendors and on-water demos. Kingston Point Beach. 53 Delaware Ave., Kingston. 845-338-5021. JULY Mid-Hudson Balloon Festival ($/A). July 5-7. Be there for the incredible sight of hot air balloons launching over the Hudson. There will be an early morning and an evening launch on Saturday and Sunday. This year Dutchess County is celebrating 300 years of Democracy with a Freedom 5K on Saturday (9-10am) 845-454-1700. Festa (Free/A). July 18-20 (6pm- 11pm). Two days of Children's rides and games, specialty foods, music, and craft vendors. St. Joseph's Church grounds. 34 South Chestnut St., New Paltz. 845-255-5635. Hurley Stone House Day ($/T). July 13 (10am-4pm). Explore America's oldest private homes with costumed guides, militia re-enactors, crafts and colonial era demonstrations along with the Town Library fair. Rain or shine. Main Street, Hurley. 845-331-4121. Grey Fox Annual Bluegrass Festival ($$$$/A). July 18-21 (8am-12am). Enjoy four days of world-renown bluegrass & acoustic music, outstanding food, crafts, and vendors. $170/whole festival inc. Great Places... Let's Go! Kid-friendly rating: P - Preschoolers S - School age T - Teens A - All ages Please call ahead to verify times and fees. Dates are subject to change, please call to confirm. $$$ - $10-$20 $$$$ - $20 & up Fees: $ - $5 & under $$ - $5-$10 Hudson Valley ANNUAL EVENTS The Hudson Valley never ceases to amaze us with it's multitude of kid-friendly events! Break out of your routine by heading out to a great event! (Continued on Page 20) (Continued on Page 30) headquarters of General von Steu- ben. Open Apr. to Dec. 845-831-8172. Mount Peter Ski Area ($$$$/A). 51 Old Mt. Peter Rd., Warwick. Skiing for all levels, Tiny Tot training program, be- ginner ski and snowboard schools and special events. 845-986-4940. mtpeter. com Mr. Apples Low Spray Orchard ($- $$/A). 25 Orchard St., High Falls. Pick your own apples. Open Aug. to Nov. 845-687-0005. Museum at Bethel Woods ($-$$/A). 200 Hurd Rd., Bethel. Award-winning Main Exhibit "Woodstock and e Six- ties;" special exhibitions, artifacts and reference materials. Programs for kids, youth and adults. 866-781-2922; Tickets: 800-745-3000. Museum Village ($-$$/S). 1010 Rte. 17M, Monroe. Living history museum preserving an enormous collection of eclectic 19th century artifacts. Special events, hands-on exhibits. 845-782- 8248. Neversink Valley Area Museum ($/A). 26 Hoag Rd. off Rte. 209, Cuddeback- ville. 300-acre park and museum with children's activity center, trails, narrated boat rides. Open Apr. to Dec. 845-754- 8870. New Paltz Farmers' Market ($/A). 257 Main St. (next to McDonalds), New Pal- tz. Open Sundays, May to Nov. Numer- ous vendors with a variety of vegetables, meats, eggs and f lowers. 845-255-6093. New Windsor Cantonment State Historic Site ($/A). 374 Temple Hill Rd., New Windsor. Site of new National Purple Heart Hall of Honor. Final en- campment of Washington's Army during the Revolutionary War. Open from Apr. to Oct. 845-561-1765. NY Renaissance Faire ($$-$$$/A). 600 Rte. 17A, Tuxedo. e Faire is a rollick- ing romp through Elizabethan England complete with 16th Century games, rides, arts, cras, food, music and dance. Open weekends Aug-Oct. 913-620- 1035. New York Zipline at Hunter Mountain ($$$$/A). 7740 Main St., Hunter (GPS address). ree family-friendly adven- tures: the fastest, longest and highest zipline, an Adventure Tower and the Mid Mountain Outdoor Adventure Tour. (518)263-4388. ziplinenewyork. com Ochs Orchard ($/A). 4 Ochs Ln., Rte. 94, Warwick. Homegrown fruits and vegetables available at our Farm Market from June to Dec. or Pick Your Own from June to Oct. 845-986-1591. och- Olana State Historic Site ($/A). 5720 Rte. 9G, Hudson. 250-acre estate of Frederic Church 19th century Hudson River School artist. Guided house tours, self-guided trail tours. 518-828-0135. Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome Museum ($-$$$/S). 9 Norton Rd., Red Hook. Vintage aviation and automobile mu- seum. Weekend air shows. Open daily (10am-5pm) May to Oct. 845-752-3200. Opus 40 & Sculpture Park & Museum ($/A). 50 Fite Rd., Saugerties. Six-acre sculpture park built from an abandoned bluestone quarry. Open weekends May to Oct. 845-246-3400. Orange County Fair ($-$$$$/A). 239 Wisner Ave., Middletown. Enjoy the rides, games, animals, music shows, demolition derby, many free activities. 845-343-4826. Overlook Drive in eatre ($$/A). 126 DeGarmo Rd., Poughkeepsie. Apr. to Sept. Newly released films; two features per night. 845-452-3445. overlook- Pat Tarsio Lanes ($-$$$/A). 173 South Plank Rd. (Rte. 52), Newburgh. Family bowling alley. Leagues, parties, Cosmic Bowling and Family nights. 845-562- 5250. Patel's Kingston Lanes ($-$$/A). 644 East Chester, Kingston. Family fun bowling, cosmic bowling, laser tag, arcade, food and drinks. 845-338-1414. Pennings Orchard ($-$$/A). 169 South Rte. 94, Warwick. Over 15 varieties of

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