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Page 34 of 39 n Hudson Valley Parent 35 Hudson River Maritime Museum and Rondout Lighthouse Tours. Historical exhibits, collections, heritage vessels, events, lectures, museum shop, docking, Kingston Home Port, Riverport Wooden Boat School. 11am-5pm. Hudson River Maritime Museum. 50 Rondout Landing, Kingston. 338-0071. Kites Over the Hudson. 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. Refreshments. 2-4pm. Washington's Headquarters State Historic Site. 84 Liberty St, Newburgh. 562-1195. Open Studios. The last Saturday of every month! 3-5pm. The Wassaic Project. 37 Furnace Bank Rd, Wassaic. 914-960-7861. RVGA Harvest Hoedown and Local Food Barbecue. Join farmers and neighbors for live music and dancing, our famous local food farm-to-table feast, fun for everyone! 3-9pm, rain or shine. Marbletown Park. 350 Tongore Rd, Kingston. 626-1532. West Point Oktoberfest. German food and music. Fri. night is Adult Night and Sat. is Family Day. 3-9pm. Victor Constant Ski Area. 732 Victor Con- stant Rd, West Point. 24: Sunday Annual Library Fair. Library Fair continues. Look through thousands of book titles at a little slower pace today! 10am-3pm. Elting Memorial Library. 93 Main Street, New Paltz. 255 - 5030. Barn Dance: Centennial Celebration. Celebrating 100 Years with square dancing and a catered din- ner with beer and wine included. Tickets. 2-6pm. Krucker's Picnic Grove. 81 Call Hollow Rd, Pomona. 354-9832. Cornwall Fall Festival. Food, 2 stages of Live Entertainment, FREE train ride, Vendors, Tie dyed T-Shirts, Hay Maze, Animals, Pony Rides, Apple Pie Bake-off and more! 10am-5pm. Downtown Corn- wall. Main St, Cornwall. 675-5014. Teddy Bear Picnic at Lilymoore Farm. Music, vendors, hiking, games, a craft and of course, the alpacas. Visitors are encouraged to bring your pic- nic basket, a blanket and your favorite teddy bear. 12-4pm. Lilymoore Farm. 21 Moore Rd, Pleasant Valley. 605-7002. The Story of the Lenape. Historical reenactment recounting the origins of the Lenape and trace their history from the earliest times, through the colonial period into the present. Refreshments are included. 2pm. Time and the Valleys Museum. 332 Main St, Grahamsville. 985-7700. 25: Monday "Hobo Night" with Bindlestick Bill. Join Bindlestick Bill at Historic Hyde Park Railroad Station for some great kid-friendly fun! 6pm. Hyde Park Train Station Museum. 34 River Rd, Hyde Park. 229-2338. Homework Help Begins. Children in grades 1-6 receive homework help from Newburgh School District teachers. Bilingual teachers available. No registration. 4-6pm. Newburgh Free Library. 124 Grand St, Newburgh. 563-3600. 26: Tuesday Esopus Artist Group. Open to anybody that wants to make art, both beginners and experienced art- ists. 1-3:30pm. Town of Esopus Library. 128 Canal St, Port Ewen. 338-5580. Tuesday Tales. Stories, songs and more for ages 3-6. 11am. Saugerties Public Library. 91 Washing- ton Ave, Saugerties. 246-4317. 27: Wednesday Movie: Lion. 6:30-9pm. Arlington Branch Library. 504 Haight Ave, Poughkeepsie. 485-3445 x3706. Readers Rendezvous. This month's selection is The Clasp By Sloan Crosley. Light refreshments will be served. 7-8pm. Grinnell Library. 2642 East Main St, Wappingers Falls. 297-3428. Sinterklaas Mask Coloring. Join us for coloring Sinterklaas' elephant masks for this year's celebra- tion. 10-11am. Starr Library. 68 West Market St, Rhinebeck. 876-4030. 28: Thursday Astor Family Services Child Development Screen- ing. FREE program to assess mental and social development in children ages 2 months-5 years. Call 2-1-1 to reserve your spot! 2:30-4pm. Grinnell Library. 2642 East Main St, Wappingers Falls. 297-3428. 29: Friday Little Brain Stormers (3-4 yrs+). Movement and science experiments than your typical story hour. Listen to a story and see what activity follows. 10:30-11:30am. Town of Esopus Library. 128 Canal St, Port Ewen. 338-5580. The Great Jack O'Lantern Blaze. Meander through a historic, 18th century riverside landscape and discover a breathtaking display - all made of jack o' lanterns! Weekends through Nov. 525 S Riverside Ave, Croton-on-Hudson. 914-366-6900. 30: Saturday CRAFTED HV. American artisans offering quality, handmade goods. Kids under 16 are free! 9am- 4pm. Dutchess Stadium. 1500 Rte. 9D, Wappingers Falls. 914-274-1392. Grape Stomp Festival. Grape stomping, wine tasting and live music. Case Club members and children stomp for free. Rain or shine. 11am-6pm. Robibero Winery. 714 Albany Post Rd, New Paltz. 255-9463. Hudson Valley Garlic Festival. Garlic Lovers cele- brate the product with music, food, crafts, vendors and children's activities. 10am-5pm. Cantine Veterans Memorial Complex. Washington Ave Ext, Saugerties. 246-3090. Trout Town Oktoberfest. Kids can paint their very own pumpkins, enjoy carriage hay rides, wind through hay maze, pick a pumpkin to take home and listen to live music. 11am-5pm. Roscoe Beer Co. 145 Rockland Rd, Roscoe. 607-290-5002. For more great calendar listings visit us online at 199 North Rd., Milton

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