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Page 30 of 39 n Hudson Valley Parent 31 Festivals and Fairs 27th Annual Hudson Valley Hot Air Balloon Festival. July 6. There will be the Majestic Hot-Air Balloon Illumination Moon Glow, tether rides, and rides in hot-air balloons throughout the weekend! In addition to 100 balloon launches, we will offer helicopter rides, hayrides, games, live music, adult and children's activities and more. Friday, 4-9:30pm, Saturday 5am-8:30pm, Sunday, 5am-6pm. Dutchess County Fairgrounds. 6636 Rte. 9, Rhinebeck. Orange County Fair. July 12. Affordable, family fun for all ages: carnival midway, family entertainment, and plenty of games and food! Runs through July 21. Orange County Fair Grounds. 239 Wisner Ave., Middletown. 343-4826. 8th Annual Walbridge Farm Festival. July 14. Good old-fashioned farm fun at the 8th Annual Walbridge Farm Fest with hayrides, games, music, a mechanical bull, pony rides, local vendors, antique farm equipment demonstrations, junior cattle show, raffles and more! 10am-4pm. Walbridge Farm. 538 Rte. 343, Millbrook. 677-6221. Founders Day Street Fair. July 14. Join us for a family fun day with live music, quality vendors, great food, kid's activities and much more! 12-6pm. Sullivan St., Wurtsboro. 5th Annual Dutchess Dragon Boat Race and Festival. July 21. This promises to be an extraordinary day of exhilarating dragon boat races, good food, music, games, and fun alongside our beautiful Hudson River. 8am-3pm. Hudson River Rowing Association Boathouse. 272 N Water St., Poughkeepsie. Narrowsburg Riverfest. July 22. Celebrate the arts, the Delaware River and the ecosystem that supports it. There will be a dog parade, environmental info and displays, music and art. 10am-4pm. Downtown Narrowsburg. Main St., Narrowsburg. 252-7576. Rosendale Street Festival. July 22. The Rosendale Street Festival is a family-friendly, not for profit grassroots organization that was started in 1978 to showcase local talent and to celebrate the birthday of Rosendale icon, Uncle Willy. Today the Street Fest has evolved into a two-day event that closes Main Street and boasts seven stages, over 80 bands, over 100 of the best vendors in the Hudson Valley, parades, kid's crafts, and film festivals. All Day. Main St., Rosendale. Woodstock Shakespeare Festival. July 27. The Bird-On-A-Cliff Theater Company will perform Romeo and Juliet on the Woodstock Shakespeare Festival Stage. Bring blankets, chairs and picnics. Admission is free. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings. 5:30pm. 45 Comeau Dr., Woodstock. 247-4007. 4th Annual Trout Town Summer Fest. July 28. This is a wonderful event to enjoy a great summer afternoon with live mu- sic, new beer releases, food and plenty of outdoor activities with the whole family in the Catskills. With added kids activities, we will make sure everyone has the best time possible, with kids painting and cornhole tournaments all day long. All Day. Roscoe Beer Company. 145 Rockland Rd., Roscoe. 607-290-5002. Butterfly Festival. July 28. We feature local vendors, a plant sale, a monarch butterfly expert and education table, storytelling, music, food, crafts and of course our butterfly tents. Rain date 7/29. 11am-3pm. Stony Kill Foundation. 79 Farmstead Ln., Wappingers Falls. 831-3800. Ulster County Fair. July 31. Come enjoy all the fair has to offer! Tons of midway rides, tasty food, fireworks, tractor pulls, racing pigs and a petting zoo! Tuesday 4pm-10pm, Wednesday 10am-10pm, Thursday 10am-10pm, Friday 10am-12am, Saturday 10am-12am, Sunday 10am-8pm. Ulster County Fairgrounds. 249 Libertyville Rd., New Paltz. 255-1380. Find a complete list of Festivals and Fairs events at Living Things From Near and Far. Ever wonder which animals and plants have native roots and which ones come from far off continents? We'll talk about native, non-native, and invasive plants and animals as we hike along our trails through fields and forests. 10am. Hudson Highlands Nature Museum Outdoor Discovery Center. 120 Muser Dr., Cornwall. 534-5506. 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. 8: Sunday Antique Car Show. Enjoy more than 300 cars throughout the beautiful Locust Grove grounds! Enjoy breakfast or lunch in our air conditioned dining area, snacks on the grounds and music all day. $8 per person, kids under 6 are free. Gates open at 8am. Locust Grove Grounds. 2683 South Rd., Poughkeepsie. Movies Under the Walkway: Wizard of Oz. Join us this summer for family friendly movies shown on a big screen at Upper Landing Park, with the Walkway Over the Hudson as a backdrop. Food trucks, live music and activities for the whole family before each show. Bring your own chairs and blankets! Enjoy music by the Costellos before the movie and Chalk Art with The Art Effect. 7-11pm. Upper Landing Park. 83 N. Water St., Poughkeepsie. 9: 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. Teen Summer Movie Night. Kick off the start of summer nights with a movie and lots of snacks. Join us to watch Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (PG-13). Open to ages 11-17. 6:30-8:45pm. Newburgh Free Library e-Learning Center. 124 Grand St., Newburgh. 563-3601. 10: Tuesday Music Rewind Drop in Craft. Drop in to make a new craft representing the different decades of music! Allow 20 minutes to make the craft and for fun! 5-7pm. Goshen Public Library & Historical Society Library Meeting Room. 203 Main St., Goshen. 294-6606. Tunes and Tales. Explore music through stories, activities and fun! For children age 5 and up. 2-2:45pm. Newburgh Free Library Storyhour Room. 124 Grand St., Newburgh. 563-3601. (Continued on Page 32)

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