Saturday, May 19: To the Mets faithful, they are a vivid memory of the pride and second-to-no one attitude that are, theoretically, possible for New York’s second team. Their local appearance will benefit the Children’s Home of Poughkeepsie.
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Saturday-Sunday, May 12-13: More than 90 farmers, artisans, vintage collectors, chefs and makers of handmade goods converge on Hudson’s sprawling performance space to share handcrafted home goods, all-natural foods, personal wellness products and much more.
Saturday, April 21: Robert Livingston was among the first to bring prized Merino sheep to the United States.
Thousands of Americans in the nation’s capital and beyond are expected to take part in a coordinated rally March 24 demanding legislative solutions to mass shootings. Dubbed “March For Our Lives,” the event follows close on the heels of a national school walkout on March 14, in which many local students participated.
Comedian Kevin Hart announced 100 new dates for ‘The Kevin Hart Irresponsible Tour,’ including a July 15 show at the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts in Sullivan County.
Public community celebrations, dance and musical acts: A variety of ways to ring in 2018.
Saturday & Sunday, Oct. 21-22: The difference between the yarns available at chain stores and the yarns brought to the festival is the difference between fast food and fine dining: One will tide you over and fill a need, but the other fills the soul.
Sunday, Oct. 8: Combining food, music and fun with a sense of heritage and service, this free waterfront festival includes recognition of the Italian Signora and Signore of the Year and a visit from the reigning Miss Italy New York.
Saturday-Sunday, Oct. 7-8: This fair features fine art, folk art, decorative art, textiles, samplers, weathervanes, English furniture, country furniture, formal furniture, quilts, trade signs, antique and estate jewelry, painted furniture, pottery, silver and garden architectural items presented by 125 dealers.
Fridays-Sundays in Oct.: It’s the same core group of madcap creative types at the New York Renaissance Faire that ratchets up the fear at this award-winning Halloween attraction — considered one of the scariest in the Northeast.