Friday-Sunday, May 26-28: Billed as “not a flea market, but a well-respected event for beginning to advanced collectors.”
Friday-Sunday, May 26-28: Featuring more than 300 artisans from across America purveying a broad range of handcrafted goods.
Tuesday-Friday, May 30-June 2: Amateur painters can bring along their own materials and join 20 professional artists, or you can just show up for a stroll around the grounds and a peek at the works-in-progress.
This year’s poppy girl will present a bouquet of poppies at the Donlon Wall honoring fallen servicemen. Congressman John Faso will be guest speaker at the event and Saugerties native Colonel Roger H.C. Donlon (Ret.), the first recipient of the Medal of Honor in Vietnam, will also participate.
The annual Saugerties Fish and Game Club’s fishing tournament at the Blue Mountain Reservoir is this Sunday, May 21. Registration starts at 8 a.m., fishing is from 9 a.m. to noon. This week the game club will be stocking the reservoir with 300 trout, according to Mike Hopf, the village of Saugerties water department superintendent.
Founded in 2013 as a public/private partnership of the Town of Lloyd Events Committee and the Highland Business Association, SpringFest will be back in the Highland hamlet this Saturday, May 20 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The village beach has new sand, improved drainage and a new parking lot.
Saturday, May 20: With the admonition “Don’t Keep Calm; Run! They’re Coming,” the hamlet of Pine Bush is set to celebrate all things paranormally extraterrestrial.
Sunday, May 21: It’s a day for dogs and dog-lovers.
A panel discussion designed to provide information and to address the community’s questions concerning refugees and immigrants in Gardiner and the Hudson Valley will take place on Friday, May 19, 7 p.m., at the Gardiner Town Hall.