Six years ago, Craig Chapman noticed that nobody was renting kayaks by the Wallkill. “I wanted to be outside full-time, so I figured I’d hang out by the river one summer with some kayaks for rent, and the business took off from there.”
Lichen Walk this Saturday, October 6: This public garden situated on 178 acres above Tannersville is a stunning nature sanctuary. The nearly finished timber-frame Education Center designed by architect Jack Sobon features 21 native tree species.
Sept. 7: Earth, Wind & Fuego and North River Roasters liven up Poughkeepsie’s Middle Main
Fridays-Sundays, September 7-23: Bruce Grund and his adept cast of five characters have contemporized the play to “fit the Romantic and not-so-Romantic realism of today.”
John Cox of Quercus Cooperage is doing his best to meet the increased demand for American white oak whisky barrels.
Visitors can grab a bucket and wander through the colorful field, picking as much flowers as will fit in the bucket. The donation goes to one of five local worthy causes, which the picker gets to choose.
Saturday, August 11: Giesberg brothers host a summer ale release party in Wawarsing.
Wednesday, August 8: The Brooklyn-based duo present the odd and offbeat in storytelling and music. “We read a lot, and our music is as influenced by books as it is by other music. We’re working on a song cycle around Marie Curie and her work.”
Saturday, July 21: Feed watermelon to rescued pigs and learn how to cook vegan delicacies at Catskill Animal Sanctuary’s celebration
Saturday-Sunday, July 20-21: The self-guided tour of more than 30 studios will take you all over the Town of Shandaken from Boiceville to Belleayre.