Saturday-Monday, May 26-28: There will be two huge vendor tents and rows of outdoor craft booths, plus separate tents for furniture, architectural crafts, specialty foods and healthcare products, crafts supplies and live demonstrations.
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Saturday-Sunday, May 26-27: This weekend you can go at your own pace on a self-guided tour of the Bronson House and six other architecturally significant Hudson homes, each with a room that showcases the work of a local designer.
Saturday-Sunday, May 26-27: There will be 140 antiques dealers on hand, displaying their wares, including Americana, “High Country” and Mid-century Modern furniture and accessories, fine art, estate jewelry, silver, glassware, primitives, Oriental rugs, garden decorations, marine accessories, books, toys, decorated stoneware and so on.
Local parades and other Memorial Day events.
One of the founders of NYC’s wildly successful Greenmarket (as well as the one in Saugerties), the architect/urban planner sowed the seeds of a green revolution.
The Gardiner Cupcake Festival will be held this Saturday, May 19 from noon to 5 p.m., rain or shine, at Wright’s Farm in Gardiner. The festival offers something for everyone in the family, from adults to children. Activities for kids include face painting, cupcake decorating, kids’ zone, pony rides, wagon rides and bouncy houses. Most of the childrens’ activities are free of charge.
Saturday, May 12: Pets of all sizes, shapes and towns are welcome, from puppies to ferrets, from hawks to roosters.
Saturday, May 19: Hop aboard the bus and learn about the immigrants of 1710 who established West Camp. This docent-led tour offers views of some of the 68 stone houses in Asbury, Saxton and Blue Mountain.
Plans for the last leg connecting the Wallkill Valley and Hudson Valley rail trails will be unveiled by the state Department of Transportation Tuesday, May 15 in New Paltz. When complete, the link will allow bicyclists and pedestrians to travel freely from Walkway Over the Hudson to and from New Paltz, Kingston and Wallkill.
Sunday, May 6: It started out as a fraternity stunt and went on to become a beloved community tradition.