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.
July 21-22: The brickyards along the Hudson will once again host a festival featuring live music, food, beverages, crafts and games.
Saturday, May 26: The museum will open its season with a grand Community Event featuring live music, a food truck, children’s activities, and tours and hikes on the North Family grounds, where the utopian project throve from 1787 to 1947.
I’ve skimmed through the white-walled halls of the School, Jack Shainman’s gleaming 30,000-foot exhibition space in what used to be Kinderhook’s high school, gawking as I go at a number of works by Radcliffe Bailey. Incorporating found objects, photos, paint and metal, his pieces explore multiple African-American themes, such as ancestry, migration, the Middle Passage and other elements of collective memory.
Friday-Sunday, April 13-15: Written by Storyhorse Theater co-founder Jeremy Davidson and directed by his wife and co-founder Mary Stuart Masterson, the unsolved murder mystery of a local surveyor will be staged as a reading, with characters giving voice to the action.
“People say we’re in the worst location in Woodstock. I disagree. It’s nice to be tucked away.”
Mike and Heidi Ferraro took over Saugerties’ famous Deutsche Metzgerei in 2001 when its former owners, Austrian-born brothers Bill and Peter Muellner, hung up their aprons after more than 50 years of butchering and smoking meats for the local clientele.
When Ralph and Mary Adamucci began selling vegetables out of their farmstand in 1919, they probably had no intention of building a Hudson Valley grocery and nursery dynasty.
Without a recommendation from a trusted friend, it can feel like you’re looking in the Yellow Pages for a place to get married. I decided to consult the pros — people in the wedding business, people in the know about what works and what doesn’t, people who have their own favorite places with their own special memories of working there. I turned to a wedding officiant, florists, musicians, photographers and caterers to tell me where they’ve really enjoyed doing their jobs.