Next week the second annual Highland HudsonFest will again highlight local winemakers, restaurants, farms, merchants and artists that make the Hudson Valley -- and more specifically Ulster County and Highland itself -- a special place to live.
The event takes place where the Hudson Valley Rail Trail meets the Walkway Over the Hudson. And in the eyes of the event’s organizers, that’s nothing but a good thing.
“It was just a natural place to have vendors,” HudsonFest planner Eric Norberg explained. “On a Columbus Day weekend, there’s in excess of 1,000 people who come to the Walkway.”
The . . .
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