Things to do

Oct. 5, 2015

Maker's Market at Warwick

Warwick Maker's MarketThe Maker’s Market in Warwick, NY is a delightful display of Hudson Valley craftspeople and artisans. From intricate glassware and robust ceramics to copper jewelry and tie dye clothing, there is a bit of something for everyone.

The makers rotate with each market and as such, there’s a wide array ...

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Sept. 21, 2015

Saugerties Garlic Festival

The Saugerties Garlic Festival is held every fall in this quaint town in Ulster County. It is a large festival that draws over 30,000 people and over 200 exhibitors and food vendors every year. The star of the festival of course is the food. Garlic is used in everything ...

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Sept. 16, 2015

Vassar Haiti Project Arts Sale September 18-20, 2015

Vassar Haiti ProjectVassar Haiti Project Art Sale
Walk This Way Alone, Adrien Seide, 20 x 24

The Vassar Haiti Project (VHP), a student-run non-profit organization, is holding its 15th annual sale of Haitian paintings and handcraft, beginning Friday, September 18. Proceeds from the event support numerous programs in Chermaitre—a mountain village ...

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Sept. 9, 2015

Getting to Know Hudson Valley Food Tours

Hudson Valley Food Tours, a company that showcases how awesome the Hudson Valley is through culinary walking tours, was started in the Spring of 2015 by Jennifer Brizzi. We talked to Jennifer about her company and plans for food tours around the Hudson Valley. 

Hudson Valley Food Tours Pizza

So tell us a little ...

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Sept. 2, 2015

Visit the Hopewell Depot and Help With their New Programs!

For those of you who visit the wonderful Dutchess Rail Trail, you may notice the Hopewell Depot museum at the Southern trailhead in Hopewell Junction

Hopewell Depot Hopewell Junction New York

The Hopewell Depot is a building from the original railroad, which was a major railroad hub of Dutchess County, and connected the town to Connecticut, Boston, Rhode ...

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Sept. 1, 2015

Storm King Art Center Tour

Storm King Art Center

Last Thursday, August 27, the Storm King Art Center held its free admissions day. It was a beautiful day, and I just want to share with you some photos of the beautiful grounds.

Located in New Windsor, New York, the Storm King Art Center is a 500-acre outdoor sculpture park ...

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Aug. 17, 2015

Perfect Bridal Shower Locations in Westchester

The Melting Pot in White Plains

Looking for something to please a “foodie” bride? Try The Melting Pot, known as the restaurant in the area that specializes in fondue. You aren’t going to find a meal like this anywhere else. Fondue is dipping food into cheese, chocolate or other types ...

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Aug. 14, 2015

Hudson Valley Swim Clubs for All Ages

Hudson Valley Swim Clubs

As the summer gets into full swing, many of us will head to our local swimming spots. For those who find themselves adoring the water, there are plenty of Hudson Valley Swim Clubs for you to swim year round. These clubs provide the chance to hone skills and compete across ...

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Aug. 11, 2015

The Hudson Valley Jazz Festival Aug. 27-30, 2015

Hudson Valley Jazz Festival 2015

The 6th Annual Hudson Valley Jazz Festival is coming up, on August 27-30, 2015.

Grammy Winner and Miles Davis protege Wallace Roney headlines.
Special appearance by Lenny White.
Great local talent.
23 shows, 4 days, 7 towns.

Wallace Roney Group is the headline show at this year's Hudson Valley Jazz ...

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July 24, 2015

Interview with Rhinebeck Pilates

We recently caught up with Elaine Ewing, owner of Rhinebeck Pilates studio, to learn more about her studio and the type of classes the studio offers.

Rhinebeck Pilates in the Hudson Valley

Can you give us a little intro to pilates? 

Pilates is a method of exercise invented by Joseph Pilates in the early 1900's. Pilates ...

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