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32 Hudson Valley Parent n October 2017 1: Sunday Support-A-Walk for Breast and Ovarian Cancer. A 3-mile walkathon (rain or shine) to bring attention to the needs of people affected by breast and ovarian cancer. Proceeds fund Support Connection's free support services for people affected by breast and ovarian cancer. 9am-12pm. FDR State Park, 2957 Crompond Rd., Yorktown Heights. 914-962-6402. Harvest Festival. Free community event features a farmer's market, craft village, children's activities, live music, and special programming, in a family-friendly atmosphere celebrating local products and green initiatives. Enjoy a different theme each weekend. 11am. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, 200 Hurd Rd., Bethel. 1-866-781-2922. Hudson Valley Garlic Festival. Garlic lovers celebrate the product with music, food, crafts, vendors and children's activities at the annual Garlic Festival. Fun for the whole family! Check the website for details and tickets 10am-5pm. Cantine Veterans Memorial Complex, Washington Ave. Extension, Saugerties. 246-3090. 2: Monday Circletime. Stories, songs, finger-plays and crafts in a small group atmosphere. 11-11:30am. Goshen Public Library, 203 Main St., Goshen. 294-6606. Mad Lib Mondays. Drop in for this silly story time full of fun picture books, songs and of course, funny stories we make up ourselves! 5-5:45pm. Goshen Public Library, 203 Main St., Goshen. 294-6606. 3: Tuesday Itty Bitty Playdate. Ages birth to 3 years old. It's never too early to start visiting the library! Make a date to play at these casual and self-guided programs. Registration is required. 10-11:30am. Tuxedo Park Library. 227 Rte. 17, Tuxedo Park. 351-2207. New Mother's Social Circle. This group is for mamas looking to meet other mamas and babies for friendship, answers about your new baby, and socialization. (Siblings are welcome.) 10am-12pm. New Baby New Paltz. 264 Main St., New Paltz. 255-0624. Tail Waggin' Tutors. A school-aged program for kids who would like to develop confidence in their reading ability by reading with our non-judgmental, Certified and Licensed Therapy Dogs! Bring your own books or choose one from our collection. 6-7pm. Newburgh Free Library, 124 Grand St., Newburgh. 563-3601. 4: Wednesday Reading Buddies. Come to the library and read to the dogs of Hudson Valley Paws for a Cause! Children are invited to read to a therapy dog, who Calendar Festivals and Fairs Warwick Applefest Oct. 1. Applefest is Orange County's largest festival. Visit the historic village of Warwick and shop at hundreds of craft and food vendors. Sit and relax while listening to music and entertainment all day on several stages. Enjoy the wonderful Farmer's Market, Apple Pie contest, children's carnival and so much more. Come for the day – there's fun for the entire family! Held rain or shine. 10am-5pm. Bank St., Warwick. 986-2720. Heart of the Hudson Valley Bounty Festival Oct. 7. This fun-filled day long family event showcasing the Hudson Valley's agriculture, local businesses, crafts vendors, business expos, civic/educational organizations, recreational demonstrations, music and kids activities. Rain date Oct. 8. 10am-4pm. Cluett Schantz Memorial Park. 1801-1805 Rte. 9W, Milton. 616-7824. Hudson Valley Draft Horse Association Fall Corn Harvest Oct. 7. The Hudson Valley Draft Horse Association will hold it's annual fall corn harvest at Saunderskill Farm. The corn will be harvested with an antique corn binder pulled by a team of horses. Also, kids games, vendors and good food.10am. Hudson Valley Draft Horse Assoc. at Saunderskill Farm. 5100 Rte. 209, Accord. 294-9016. 10th Annual Italian Festival Oct. 8. The Ulster County Italian American Foundation is presenting the 10th Annual Italian Festival on the Kingston Waterfront.Please join us at this free Festival for a large variety of Italian foods, beverages, products, music and family fun. 11am-7pm. Kingston Waterfront. 1 Broadway, Kingston. 338-9111 . Pumpkinfest Oct. 9. A Pumpkin Festival For The Whole Family – In True Pine Island NY Spirit! The Pine Island Chamber organizes and hosts a pumpkin festival every fall with a fun-filled afternoon of activities for adults and children of all ages! Held annually on Columbus Day, Pumpkinfest is a great way to celebrate the local harvest of pumpkins and spend the day outdoors enjoying the warm sunshine and crisp fall air. Plus, there's plenty to do! The day features pumpkin painting, face and henna painting, a bouncy house, games, activities, touch-a-tractor, entertainment for all, refreshments and more. Registration is $5 per child. 11am-3pm. Pine Island Park. Treasure Ln., Pine Island. 258-1469. Hudson Valley Food Truck Festival Oct. 14. Local Hudson Valley food trucks with an array of super delicious foods, live music, beer garden and kids entertainment. 4-9:30pm. Cantine Veterans Memorial Complex. Washington Ave., Saugerties. 399-2222. Soukup Farms Harvest Festival Oct. 22. For two days, October 21st and 22nd our farm will have hay rides, hay maze, PYO pumpkins, Two By Two Zoo petting zoo, games and fun for the whole family. J.S.K Cattle Company, LLC will be back serving their delicious food. This year we are adding more fun for the whole family! Hours are as follows: Saturday from 11am-5pm and Sunday from 11am-4 pm. Saturday 11am-5pm and Sunday 11am- 4pm. Soukup Farms. 271 Halls Corners Rd., Dover Plains. 264-3137. Find a complete list of Festival & Fair events at Unless otherwise indicated, phone numbers are within the 845 area code

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