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HVP September 2017

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Page 32 of 39 n Hudson Valley Parent 33 16: Saturday Family Free Night. Mid-Hudson Children's Museum is open late and admission is FREE sponsored by M&T Bank. 5-8pm. Mid-Hudson Children's Museum. 75 North Water St, Poughkeepsie. 471-0589. Annual Arlington Street Fair. Inflatable rides, live entertainment, musical guests and 100+ vendors including restaurants, shops and craftspeople. 12- 6pm. The fair reaches from the corner of Fulton and Collegeview Ave to the Eastbound Arterial (Route 44/55). 12-6pm. Poughkeepsie. Annual East Fishkill Community Day. Feature a parade on Route 82 from Trinka Lane to the Rec- reation Park and Community Activities, great food and more. 1-7:30pm. East Fishkill Recreation Park. Route 376, Hopewell Junction. 221-9191. Country BBQ. Take out dinner or sit down to enjoy an outdoor evening of live music, raffles, 50/50 and good company! 4pm and 6pm. Cornell Extension Education Center. 64 Ferndale-Loomis Rd, Liberty. 292-6180. Healthful Eating. Participants learn about the con- nections between diet and health and discuss ways that informed dietary choices can help prevent or relieve diseases. 2:30-4pm. Adriance Memorial Library. 93 Market St, Poughkeepsie. 485-3445. Hudson Valley Food Truck Festival. Foods, live mu- sic, beer garden and kids entertainment. 4-9:30pm. Cantine Veterans Memorial Complex. Washington Ave, Saugerties. 399-2222. Music in the Field. Boogie down with family, friends and neighbors! Live music food available for purchase or bring your own picnic. Field of Dreams Park Pavilion. Libertyville Rd (across from Ulster County Fairgrounds), New Paltz. 255-0033. October Harvest Grape Stomping Festival. Stomp grapes, drink wine and dance to live music at this all-time favorite event. Fee. Rain or shine! 11am- 7pm. Benmarl Winery. 156 Highland Ave, Marlboro. 236-4265. Stormville Airport's Ultimate Yard Sale. Sell or shop! Rain or Shine. 9am-3pm. Stormville Airport. 428 Route 216, Stormville. 221-6561. 17: Sunday Bethel Flea Market. Antiques, jewelry, shoes, hand- bags, vintage clothing, T-Shirts, BBQ, fruits and vegetables, handcrafted items, household goods and more. 8am-6pm. Rte.17B, Bethel. 798-5088. Open Barn. Visit Stony Kill's farm animals. 11am- 1pm. Stony Kill Farm Environmental Education Center. 79 Farmstead Ln, Wappingers Falls. 831- 8780. Taste of New Paltz. Great food from local restau- rants, craft beers, local spirits, live music, petting zoo, pony rides, crafts and more! 11am-5pm. Ulster County Fairgrounds. Libertyville Rd, New Paltz. 255-0243. 18: Monday Guitar Jam. Join local musicians as they lead this casual gathering of acoustic musicians. Bring your own acoustic instruments and your voice. All levels of proficiency welcome. 3:30-5pm. Town of Esopus Library. 128 Canal St, Port Ewen. 338-5580. (Continued on Page 34) We Grow Fun Old Fashioned Family Fun Daily 9am-5pm Popular Family Farm Over 25 Outdoor Activities for All Ages U-Pick Apples... Fresh Cider Donuts • Hayrides • Cornmazes • Bouncy Pillow • Gem Mining • Cow Train Rides • Giant Slide • Pedal Karts • Animals Hurds Family Farm 2187 State Rte. 32, Modena, 12548 845-883-7825 JOY FRUITS & VEGETABLES Pick Your Own: Apples • Pumpkins • Tomatoes Beans • Eggplant • Peppers 4 Ochs Ln., Warwick, NY 845-986-1591 Farm Market Open Thru January Picking: Daily 9-5 Market: Daily 9-6 Farm Animals Jams & Jellies Homemade: Apple Cider Cider Donuts Ice Cream Pick Your Own: Farm Market Jams, Jellies, Honey & Ice Cream Picking: Daily 9-5 Market: Daily 9-6 Apples • Pumpkins • Tomatoes Beans • Eggplant • Peppers Call for Availability Farm Animals Homemade: Apple Cider Starting Sept. 15 Cider Donuts Weekends Only You're shopping in the best of company at Poughkeepsie Galleria for trendy back to school essentials Children's Place • Old Navy • JusŸ ce • Kids Footlocker • Carter's Journeys Kidz • Abercrombie & Fitch • Aeropostale American Eagle Ouž i© ers • Hollister & Co. • Pac Sun 845-297-7600

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