Sunday, Sept. 22: More than 100 British-car-owners will display their classic and quirky British classics.
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Saturday, September 14: New Paltz Kayaking is offering a special deeply discounted rate of $10 to rent a kayak for the day, for those who don’t have their own boats.
Saturday-Monday, Aug. 31-Sept. 2: In addition to hawking any number of beautiful objects that will be calling your name and demanding to brighten up your home’s feng shui, the Labor Day 2019 edition of the Woodstock-New Paltz Art & Crafts Fair – its 75th visit to the Ulster County Fairgrounds – will put special emphasis on its live music offerings.
Saturday, Aug. 31: The parade of farm animals includes horses, ponies, an alpaca, baby goat, pot-bellied pig, baby bunnies, chicks, ferrets, chinchillas and bees in their hive. At this free event, children and families are welcome to touch and hold and the animals, take pony rides, climb on the antique tractors, make art, get a face-painting and more.
Sunday, Sept. 1: Taking place at the T. R. Gallo Waterfront Park on the Rondout Creek, the Hooley’s four main venues feature live music, step dancing, storytelling and traditional music for all ages. Many food and craft vendors will be on-site. Focused on family, this event is free to all, Irish or not. For a full schedule of events and performances, visit the website below.
Wednesday-Sunday, Aug. 28-Sept. 2: We’re getting late into summer. The light has begun to look autumnal. NFL teams are heading into their third preseason game, and those children possessed of a tragic disposition have begun to mourn the passing of summer. Despair not, however, as fair season still has some kicks left.
Sunday, August 11: Last year, Martin and Tamika Dunkley threw a party, expecting a few hundred people to show up and enjoy some good food and music. Thousands arrived. This Sunday, the Dunkleys invite the greater community to come get a sense of what island culture is all about.
For its fifth annual Celebration of the Arts, to be held on Saturday, Aug. 3, the nonprofit group Midtown Arts District (MAD) is doing something different: an all-day series of interactive workshops — an expo of the arts, if you will — at the Kingston Center of SUNY Ulster, located in the former Sophie Finn elementary school at 94 Mary’s Ave.
The Rosendale Street Festival returns July 20-21. For more on the festival: See 80 bands in two days at the
With this move, the county anticipates the statewide act, scheduled for 2020 enforcement, with which New York will join only two other US states to date (California, of course, but also Hawaii) and 30 nations, from France to Madagascar.