Hudson Valley Parent

HVP September 2017

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Page 30 of 39 n Hudson Valley Parent 31 HITS-on-the-Hudson VIII in Saugerties. Watch the world's top riders jump over six-feet fences for a chance at big prize purses. 8am-5pm. HITS-on- the-Hudson. 454 Washington Ave Ext, Saugerties. 246-8833. Mommy and Me Class. Singing, story-time, a sensory based activity/game, snacks and a craft! Fee. 10-11:15am. Montgomery Nursery School. 21 Wallkill Ave, Montgomery. 457-7415. Mount Gulian Tour Season. Mount Gulian Historic Site tours of the historic home, Dutch barn, and restored garden. 1-5pm. 145 Sterling St, Beacon. 831-8172. Story Hour. Preschool children will enjoy stories and crafts. Wednesdays, 10:40am. Liberty Public Library. 189 North Main St, Liberty. 292-6070. 3: Sunday 16th Annual Hooley On The Hudson Irish Festival. Bagpipes, food, music, dancing, craft demon- strations, storytelling, authentic Celtic products, entertainment and more. 11:30am-9pm. TR Gallo Park Rondout Waterfront, Kingston. 338-6622. A Lotta Ricotta. All about goats. Hands on cheese making. Reservations required. 11am-1pm. Apple Pond Farm. 80 HaÚ Rd, Callicoon Center. 482-4764. Harvest Festival. Free community event features a farmer's market, craft village, children's activities, live music and special programming, in a fami- ly-friendly atmosphere celebrating local products and green initiatives. 11am. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. 200 Hurd Rd, Bethel. 1-866-781-2922. Onion Festival. Onion eating contest, music and more. Tickets in advance or at the door. 2-5pm. 16 Legion Rd, Pine Island. 1-800-724-0727. Pietenpol Fly-In/WWI Air Show at Old Rhine- beck Aerodrome. WWI Air Show, WWI Airplanes featured. 10am-5pm. Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome. 9 Norton Rd, Red Hook. 752-3200. 4: Monday Bannerman Island Labor Day Cruise and Ban- nerman Island Walking Tour. Take the family on a jaunt on the Hudson River! 12:30-3pm. Long Dock - Beacon Point Park. Long Dock Rd, Beacon. 855-256-4007. Hyde Park Train Station Open Tour. Come enjoy our open tour. On Mondays Inside the Station you will find displays depicting the area's railroading past, running models trains and knowledgeable railroad enthusiasts. 5-9pm. Hyde Park Train Station Museum. 34 River Rd, Hyde Park. 229-2338. Poughkeepsie Waterfront Market. Celebrate the Agricultural Bounty of the Hudson Valley! Mon- days, 4-7:30pm. Poughkeepsie Waterfront Market. 75 North Water St, Poughkeepsie. 471-0589 x12. Preschool Story Hour. Stories, finger plays and songs followed by a hands-on craft and snacks. 10:30-11:30am. Town of Ulster Public Library. 860 Ulster Ave, Kingston. 338-7881. 5: Tuesday Craft-ernoon. Join us in the Robert D. Norris Com- munity Room after school for a crafting extrav- aganza. Children 5+ welcome. 4-6pm. Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library. 479 Bdwy, Monticello. 794-4660 Florida Farmers Market. Open every Tues, 10am- 4pm. Florida Farmers Market. Route 17A/Route 94 Across from Quick Chek, Florida. 772-2662. (Continued on Page 32) Staff Picks Headless Horseman Hayrides and Haunted Houses Weekends through Nov 4. 10 attractions, four gift shops, and five food cafés. Res- ervations required. Fri., Sat., and Sundays. Dusk-11pm. Headless Horseman Hayrides and Haunted Houses. 778 Bdwy, Ulster Park. 339-2666. Civil War Weekend at Museum Village Sept 2. Re-enactors bring an important chapter in American history back to life at this 2-day event for families. Sat. & Sun. 10am-5pm. Museum Village. 1010 State Rte. 17M, Monroe. 782-8248 x1. Moonwalk On The Walkway Over The Hudson Sept 8. A magnificent birds' eye view of the Hudson River, Catskill Mountains and the adjacent landscape. 7-9pm. Walkway Over the Hudson Historic State Park. 61 Parker Ave, Poughkeepsie. 834-2867. 5th Annual Beacon Independent Film Festival Sept 15. Screen features, shorts, docu- mentaries and more. Panel discussions, food vendors, green space, interactive ac- tivities for kids and adults and a kids' tent make it an event for the whole family. 6pm. University Settlement. 724 Wolcott Ave, Beacon. 418-3992. Annual Arlington Street Fair Sept 16. In atable rides, live entertain- ment, musical guests, and 100+ vendors including restaurants, shops and crafts- people. 12-6pm. The fair reaches from the corner of Fulton and Collegeview Ave to the Eastbound Arterial (Route 44/55). 12- 6pm. Poughkeepsie. Kites Over the Hudson Sept 23. Bring the family and enjoy the outdoor fun at this annual event when color fills the sky overlooking the Hudson River. FREE kites are given to the first 150 children 15 years and under. Refresh- ments. 2-4pm. Washington's Headquar- ters State Historic Site. 84 Liberty St, Newburgh. 562-1195. Teddy Bear Picnic at Lilymoore Farm Sept 24. Music, vendors, hiking, games, a craft and of course, the alpacas. Visitors are encouraged to bring your picnic basket, a blanket and your favorite teddy bear. 12-4pm. Lilymoore Farm. 21 Moore Rd, Pleasant Valley. 605-7002. For more daily fun activities, log onto Library Story Time. Stories, rhymes, games and songs for ages 2-5 years. Tuesdays, 11:15-11:45am. Livingston Manor Free Library. 92 Main St, Living- ston Manor. 439-5440. New Mother's Social Circle. Friendship, answers about your new baby and socialization. RSVP. Tues- days, 10am-12pm. New Baby New Paltz. 264 Main St (ShopRite Plaza), New Paltz. 255-0624. Shake, Rattle and Read. Music and movement program featuring songs, instruments, rhyme and more for children ages 1-5. 1-1:30pm. Newburgh Free Library - Town Branch. 1401 Route 300, Newburgh. 563-3600. 6: Wednesday Drop-in Story Hour. Stories, rhymes, music. Wednesdays, 10:30-11:30am. Liberty Public Library. 189 North Main St, Liberty. 292-6070.

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