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HVP March 2018

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Page 32 of 39 n Hudson Valley Parent 33 Bring the Kids to meet the Easter Bunny Easter Bunny Arrives Saturday, March 17 th at 11am and will be there through March 31 st in Center Court. Hop on over to the Newburgh Mall to visit with the Easter Bunny and have a memorable photo taken. Bed Bath & Beyond, Offi ce Depot, Sears, The Bon-Ton and more than 55 specialty stores and services. Easy Access: Exit 7B off I-84 and Exit 17 off I-87 1401 Route 300 • Newburgh, NY 12550 • (845) 564-1400 Connect with us on Rediscover Us! construct your own native bee house using natural materials. For children 8+. Space is limited so please register early. 9am-12pm. Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange County. 18 Seward Ave., Middletown. 344-1234. MAR10 Day. Come celebrate Mario and all things Nintendo. Trivia, snacks and gaming-- what's not to like?! For youth age 7-17. 2-3:30pm. Newburgh Free Library e-Learning Center. 124 Grand St., Newburgh. 563-3601. Weekend Respite. Greystone offers a Saturday Respite Program once a month for children with autism and other developmental disabilities 6-21 years old. This program offers a variety of fun recreational activities to promote social interaction both on-site and on field trips. 10am-3pm. Greystone Programs' Sugar Loaf Campus. 1404 Kings Hwy., Sugar Loaf. 469-3760. 11: Sunday Family Movie Afternoon. Come for a special viewing of Night at the Museum 3. You supply the family, we will supply the snacks! Must register online. 2-4pm. Goshen Public Library & Historical Society Library Meeting Room. 203 Main St., Goshen. 294-6606. Scout Weekend at Mt. Peter. Calling all scouts! Scouts and their family members will be able to take advantage of deep discounts on lift tickets as well as ski and snowboard rentals. Certified instructors of Mt. Peter's Mountain School will also be offering FREE beginner lessons with the purchase of a lift ticket throughout Scout Week- end. An official merit badge counselor will be on hand to provide sign-offs. Advanced reservations are not required, but are recommended for larger scout groups. All Day. Mount Peter. 51 Old Mt. Peter Rd., Warwick. 986-4940. Winter Weekends at Storm King. Explore the sculpture and grounds in the brilliant winter landscape. The Art Center gate will open at 11am and a walking tour will be held at 1pm on both Saturday and Sunday. Come prepared for being outdoors in a cold, icy and wintry environment. 11am-4pm. Storm King Art Center. 1 Museum Rd., New Windsor. 534-3115. 12: Monday Railroad History Programs. Learn all about the history of the railroad. Second Monday of each month. Fun for the whole family! 7:30pm. The Hyde Park Station. 34 River Rd., Hyde Park. Wee Read. Must register. A program for babies and caregivers which includes toys, board books, songs, finger-plays and tips to help your baby learn to love books. 10-10:30am. Goshen Public Library & Historical Society Library Meeting Room. 203 Main St., Goshen. 294-6606. 13: Tuesday Family Building Night: Night at the Museum 3. Register in the Just for Kids Area. Designed for families of 2 or more and most suitable for kids in grades 1 and up. Watch this fun family movie adventure focusing on Egyptian culture. Join us at the library to talk about it and be ready for some crafts and trivia! 5-7pm. Goshen Public Library & Historical Society Library Meeting Room. 203 Main St., Goshen. 294-6606. Tail Waggin' Tutors. A school-aged program for kids who would like to develop confidence in their reading ability by reading with our non-judgemental, Certified and Licensed Therapy Dogs! Bring your own books or choose one from our collection. 6-7pm. Newburgh Free Library Town Branch. 124 Grand St., Newburgh. 563-3601. Tuesday for Tots. Drop-in program for ages 2-5. A special time for our younger visitors to gain preschool readiness skills in a fun and social environment. Drop in any time for play-dough, crafts, activities and friends! 10am. The Children's Museum at Saratoga. 69 Caroline St., Saratoga Springs. 518-584-5540. Tween/Teen Homeschool Club. An academic gathering of middle and high school homeschoolers for a weekly planned activity such as Chess or Book Club. Attendees are expected to participate in the club activity, including reading the selected (Continued on Page 34) For more great calendar listings visit us online at

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