Looking for things to do in Hudson Valley this weekend? Well it is Easter Sunday, which means more egg hunts, bunnys, and brunches. If Easter is not really your thing, we have found a few other events for you too.
Hudson Valley Easter Egg Hunts and Brunches
There are still lots of Easter egg hunts going on all over the Hudson Valley this weekend, including Yonkers, Pleasantville, Rye, Brewster, Haverstraw, Wallkill and more. To see a complete schedule, visit our Hudson Valley Easter Egg Hunt guide.
Looking for a special brunch and egg hunt on a farm? You can try visiting the Madava Farms, home of the Crown Maple syrup, for a festive meal and a family friendly Easter egg hunt on Sunday, April 5th. There are lots of brunch choices in the Hudson Valley, including our little recommendations of three brunch places to try in Southern Westchester.
Hudson Valley Film Festivals:
There are currently two film festivals going on. The first one is the 12th Annual International Jewish Film Festival, hosted by the JCC Rockland County. It started on March 22, and will run until April 30. All movies are to be shown at the AMC Theater at the Palisades Mall, or the Lafayette Theater in Suffern.
The other film festival is the Westchester Jewish Film Festival at the Jacob Burns Film Center in Pleasantville. That film festival will begin on April 12, and run until April 30.
Fun for the Family
The Muscoot Farm in Katonah is going to have magician Margret Steele dazzle and amaze during two magic shows on Sunday at 1:00pm and 3:00pm. Contact the farm for more details.
It is going to be the first Sunday of April, and the Hudson River Museum in Yonkers will be having its First Sunday Gallery Tours at 1pm. Contact the museum for more details.
Shows in the Hudson Valley:
The Price is Right is coming to the mid Hudson Civic Center at Poughkeepsie on Tuesday, April 7th. Who knows, you may be chosen to be a contestant on the show!
This will be the last weekend to see The Camelot at the Westchester Broadway Theater. See their video of the performance below.