Hudson Valley Parent

HVP April 2017

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Page 32 of 39 n Hudson Valley Parent 33 our activities. 6-7pm. Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library. 479 Bdwy, Monticello. 292-5910. 6: Thursday Parenting in this Wild New World. Five practical steps that support healthy brain development in children and help them cooperate naturally. Must register. Free to attend. 6-8pm. St. Peter's Lutheran Church. 1 West Main St, Port Jervis. 344-1234. Pre-K Story Time. Ages 3 1/2 and up. Stories, movement/songs, crafts, and other theme related activities. 11-11:45am. Howland Public Library. 313 Main St, Beacon. 831-1134 x 103. Teen Coding Class at the Hudson Area Library. Focusing on apps, websites, games, music, art and more. 3:45-5:45pm. Hudson Area Library. 51 North 5th St, Hudson. 518-828-1792. Tinkergarten Trial Class. Expert-designed play scenario, allowing children of various ages and needs to explore, problem-solve, communicate, collaborate, and create together. 10am-11:15am. Freedom Park. 212 Skidmore Rd, Pleasant Valley. 917-655-2248. 7: Friday Family Board Game Fun. Come play fun board games. Games are provided, but you're welcome to bring your own. 3:30-4:30pm. Newburgh Free Library at Newburgh Mall. 1401 Route 300, New- burgh. 563-3601. Lego Night. Bring your creativity and your hands to build. 6-7:30pm. Livingston Manor Free Library. 92 Main St, Livingston Manor. 439-5440. 8: Saturday Easter Bunny Express. Ride the train across the Hurley Flats. Meet the Easter Bunny along the way, an egg hunt and snacks, too! 10:30am. Catskill Mountain Railroad. 149 Aaron Ct, Kingston. 688- 7400. Egg Scramble. Face painting, crafts, lots of eggs for the town egg hunt. Rain date 4/15. 11am. Linden Ave Middle School. 65 W Market St, Red Hook. 758-3241. Hero's Mission Send-off. Bring the family out to cheer on the veterans as they y off on a trip of a lifetime. 7-8am. Stewart International Airport. 1180 1st St, Newburgh. Hvhonor Kid's Paint Party with Cinderella. Bring your little prince or princess to paint pottery, read a story, do magic, games, dance and meet Cinder- ella! 11am-1pm. Potter's Place. 2314 Rt-32, New Windsor. 929-266-9794. (Continued on Page 34) "We love walking at Chadwick Lake Park. The walking trail around the lake is mostly shaded with wonderful trees and shrubs. Slight inclines but easy to walk and nicely main- tained. The park also has a play- ground, boating, Bocce, basketball, fishing, roller hockey and ice skat- ing." 1702 Route 300, Newburgh. — Terrie Goldstein, publisher "My favorite place to take a walk is at Scenic Hudson's Long Dock Park along the waterfront in Beacon." 23 Long Dock Park, Beacon — Sara Dunn, editor "My go-to hiking spot is Mount Bea- con. My fianc and I usually take a hike up 3-4 times a week after work when the weather is nice. On the weekends when we have more time before sunset, we'll continue the hike up to the fire tower." 788 Wolcott Ave, Beacon. — Brittany L. Morgan, web editor "Our favorite place to take the kids is Dover Stone Church. There are quite a few unique hiking trails up and around the area but the main attrac- tion is the insanely cool cave and waterfall. It's very kid friendly and so much fun to explore." Park at Dover Elementary School and walk down and across the street toward the light. There is a yellow and blue historical sign marking the entrance to the trailhead. — Pamela Perry, community liaison "One of our favorite places for a spring walk is on the Walkway over the Hudson." 87 Haviland Rd, Highland and 61 Parker Ave, Pough- keepsie — Pam Soscia, traffic manager "My favorite place to walk is the Walk- way over the Hudson and I love taking a hike at Bear Moun- tain State Park with my family." Palisades Parkway or 9W North, Bear Moun- tain — Christy Olivier, media advisor "My favorite place to hike is the Mohonk Preserve, Spring Farm Trail-on the High Falls Side. Sometimes I take my dogs, sometimes my son, and sometimes the whole family. It is always time well spent." Upper 27 Knolls Rd, Main St, High Falls. — Matthew Silverman, media advisor Favorite place for a hike or walk For more visit:

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