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HVP June 2018

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Page 30 of 39 n Hudson Valley Parent 31 Staff Picks 25th Anniversary Spring Concert. June 2. In celebration of our 25th Anniversary, we will be holding a free Musical Munchkins spring concert honoring all our families, current and alumni, who have attended our classes and have become part of our Musical Munchkins family over these past 25 years. There will be performances for the children by Miss Andrea who will be retiring from teaching in Orange County. Miss Amanda will be taking over these classes and will be performing for the children as well. 4-5:15pm. UFIT Curves. 791 Rte. 17M, Monroe. Family Camp Out. June 8. Welcome the summer season with a night under the full moon at the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum. After dinner, bring your family, tent and sleeping bags for an evening of noctur- nal fun. As the sun goes down, join us for entertainment and s'mores around the campfire. A light breakfast snack and coffee will be provided Saturday morning as we break camp. Friday 6pm-Saturday 8am. Hudson Highlands Nature Museum: Outdoor Discovery Center, 120 Muser Dr., Cornwall. 534-5506. June Jamboree. June 9. Award-winning veggie food trucks and booths, coffee bar from Brewing Good Coffee Co., live music, and vegan and animal themed tattoos done on-site by the artists from Gristle Tattoo. Plus: a bouncy castle and waterslide for kids to enjoy! Spend the day with family and friends and meet 400 friendly rescued cows, pigs, goats, turkeys and more! 10:30am-4pm. Woodstock Sanctuary. 2 Rescue Rd., High Falls. 247-5700. Beacon Sloop Club Strawberry Festival. June 10. The summer season just got sweeter with the Beacon Sloop Club Strawberry Festival. The community gathers for delectable strawberry treats and live music to give summer a sweet taste and a sweet sound. The festival is open to the entire family and guarantees a fun time. Enjoy food, fun and music! 12-5pm. Beacon Riverfront Park. 125 Red Flynn Dr., Beacon. 914-907-4928. Family Free Night at MHCM. June 16. MHCM is open late and admission is free. Family Free Nights are sponsored by M&T Bank. Come play! 5-8pm. Mid- Hudson Children's Museum. 75 North Water St., Poughkeepsie. 471-0415. Sunday Flea Market. June 17. The D&H Canal Historical Society sponsors an open air market, which attracts vendors of antiques and collectibles, jewelry, vintage clothing, plants and more. It is a great way to spend a lazy Sunday! Sundays through November from 9am-4pm. Grady Park. Rte. 213 East, High Falls. 810-0471. Warwick Fire Department Carnival. June 20. It's carnival time in the Village of Warwick! Carnival is rain or shine. Fireworks on Saturday. Rides, entertainment and fun! Times Vary by Day. Warwick Veterans Memorial Park. 60 Forester Ave., Warwick. Lilla's Wiffle Ball and Family Fun Event. June 30. Tons of fun for the whole family! Make a team and take part in a charity wiffle ball game. There will be food and drinks provided and lots of activities for kids. Bounce houses, face painting, crafts, sack races and more! Proceeds go to Making Strides for Breast Cancer. 9am-6pm. Thomas Bull Memorial Park. 211 Rte. 416, Montgomery. 914-474-7637. Maverick Concerts Young People's Concert. June 30. Elizabeth Mitchell, a Smithsonian Folkways Recordings artist, has been recording and performing music for children and families since 1998. Elizabeth was the first new children's music artist signed to Smithsonian Folkways in the 21st century. Admission is free for all young people under 16. Adults pay $5 each at the door. 11am. Maverick Concerts. 120 Maverick Rd., Woodstock. 679-8217. Find a complete list of events at and professional choreographers, performed by young dance artists. 5pm show open to public. $5 for kids through 17 years. $15 for adults and seniors. 5pm. Kaatsbaan International Dance Center. 120 Broadway, Tivoli. 757-5106. 4: Monday Hobby Night. Model trains, slot cars, model kits and scenery. First Monday of each month. 7pm. The Hyde Park Station. 34 River Rd., Hyde Park. Stories and More. Join us at the library for stories, songs, games and crafts designed with our youngest patrons in mind. We will focus on developing early literacy skills and have fun too! This program is for children ages 2-5 and their caregivers. Mondays from 10-11am and Fridays from 11am-12pm. Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library. 479 Broadway, Monticello. 794-4660 ext. 5. 5: Tuesday Crazy 8's Math Club. Join Bedtime Math's Crazy 8's where you build stuff, run, jump and make music, make a's a totally new kind of math club! Funky fractals, beach ball party, glow in the dark geometry. For kids in kindergarten through second grade. 5-5:45pm. Kent Public Library. 17 Sybil's Crossing, Kent Lakes. 225-8585. Shake, Rattle and Read. Music and movement program featuring songs, instruments, rhyme, and more for children ages 1-5 accompanied by adult caregiver. No registration required. 1-1:30pm. Newburgh Free Library Town Branch. 1401 Rte. 300, Newburgh. 563-3601. 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. 1401 Rte. 300, Newburgh. 563-3601. Toddler Time at the Hurley Nursery School. A fun packed hour for children 18 months - 3 years old, with a grown up. We sing our welcome song, hear a story, play with other children our age (grown ups also get to socialize), do a craft, have snack, and sing our goodbye song. Registration required. 10-11am. Hurley Nursery School. 13 Main St., Hurley. 339-1036. 6: Wednesday Knit and Stitch. Bring your knitting, crochet, and any stitch style you love. Open to all. Children 10+ welcome with a parent or guardian. 6-7:45pm. Newburgh Free Library Town Branch.1401 Rte. 300, Newburgh. 563-3601. Spring Films. Come enjoy a special showing of the science fiction film Gattaca at the library! 1:30-3:30pm. Goshen Public Library & Historical Society Library Meeting Room. 203 Main St., Goshen. 294-6606. (Continued on Page 32)

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