Hops & Hogs at Peekamoose Restaurant
Oct
20
4:00 PM16:00

Hops & Hogs at Peekamoose Restaurant

For years, we've been dying to "do something" with our pals over at West Kill Brewing. We can't get enough of their tasty brews and all-around terrific vibes. So, for our first event, we're hosting Hops & Hogs* - a pig roast with all the fixings! Mark your calendars for Sunday, October 20th from 4pm to 7pm. We're going 'whole hog' for their beer!

*In keeping with our commitment to our Catskills community, our ingredients will be sourced locally - and what is not utilized at the event will be fashioned into soups for the local food pantries.

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Headless Horseman (Named #1 in America!)
Oct
21
to Nov 2

Headless Horseman (Named #1 in America!)

A variety of spooky attractions through out the month of October! The Haunted Horseman is the ultimate scream fest. Also offers a children’s day.

Headless Horseman is open the last two weekends of September, and October Weekends - Friday, Saturday, & Sunday evenings. Check the Schedule for a full list of dates.

Children's Day - A Tiny Taste of Terror - 2nd & 4th Saturday in October

  • 10 Attractions

  • 4 Gift Shops

  • 4 Food Cafes

For tickets visit https://headlesshorseman.com/

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Halloween Bash at Peekamoose Restaurant
Oct
25
8:00 PM20:00

Halloween Bash at Peekamoose Restaurant

Our Epic Halloween Bash is BACK!

Come get spooky with us as we dance the night away on Friday, October 25th! The 'spirits' will be flowing with Deanna's terrific cocktails. We'll also have a haunted photobooth, complete with professional shutterbug to capture the crazy. Add a tarot card reader, a costume contest (with prizes), a very unstable yet talented DJ, and you've got a recipe for a truly EPIC bash! $35 in advance with cash bar.

Score your tickets here. Or email us at info@peekamooserestaurant.com.

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Angry Orchard's Halloween Bash
Oct
26
6:00 PM18:00

Angry Orchard's Halloween Bash

Who’s ready for all things spooky?! Come get your scare on with us on Saturday, October 26th for our Halloween Bash at the orchard! DJ Bryan Junior will be bringing nothing but the classic’s from the 90’s and 2000’s from 6-10pm. Make sure to come dressed in your most chilling and mysterious costume and you could win an Angry Orchard swag bag from our costume contest! We will also be featuring delicious food from Amuzae available for purchase. We'll be offering $1 off drafts from 6-8pm. During this event, all tips will benefit the American Cancer Society and Breast Cancer Awareness! There is a $5 cover for this event, is 21 and up and a ticket only event! Don’t miss out on a night of supernatural activities!

*Masks and any props will not be allowed inside of the event*

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Halloween at the Woods
Oct
27
11:30 AM11:30

Halloween at the Woods

Halloween came early this year, and we're celebrating at The Museum at Bethel Woods!  During this day of free family fun, enjoy playing games; creating themed arts & crafts; and dancing during our Monster Mash Dance Party!  Participate in our family costume contest for the chance to win wicked prizes! Plus, the Cafe will serve up some deliciously ghoulish treats and eats!

Activities: 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Costume Contest: 12:00 PM

Dance Party: 1:00 PM

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Acorn Hill Farm Cheesemaking Workshop
Nov
9
11:00 AM11:00

Acorn Hill Farm Cheesemaking Workshop

Join us for an intensive hands on cheesemaking workshop in our on farm creamery. Experience all the steps necessary to make three different cheeses, sample cheeses, take cheese home as well as recipes and resource information. We will tour the farm and visit with our baby goats. This intensive workshop is for those who want an in depth cheesemaking experience that will enable future home cheesemaking success.

tickets available here:
https://squareup.com/store/acorn-hill-farm/item/cheesemaking-workshop-2

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The Polar Express Train Ride
Nov
23
6:00 PM18:00

The Polar Express Train Ride

Set to the sounds of the motion picture, passengers will relive the classic story as they are whisked away on THE POLAR EXPRESS™ for a magical trip to the North Pole. Once on board, your car hosts will work their way through the coach and punch your golden ticket as you’re served hot chocolate and delicious cookies from a local bakery. Passengers then read along with the classic children’s book, The Polar Express, by Chris Van Allsburg.

Once at The North Pole, Santa and his helpers board the train to greet passengers and each guest is given the first gift of Christmas – a silver sleigh bell. During the trip, characters on each car lead passengers in caroling and onboard entertainment – just like in the film! Each guest will take home a keepsake sleigh bell in addition to the wonderful memories made on this unforgettable adventure.

Passengers arrive MUST approximately 30 minutes before their departure time and check in at the will call desk located in the Polar Express Hospitality Center. The train leaves at 6:00pm, you should arrive at 5:30pm. 

Up to three children per family, group, person, household, which live in the Sullivan County area more than 75% of the school year, will go for free!

You must print all tickets or have your tickets on your smartphone! Your Eventbrite ticket ONLY gets you to the group. You must wait for a trip coordinator to get your train ticket.

Thank you to the Monticello School District, The Empire Grant, The Kiwanis Foundation of Woodridge NY, and Our Board of Directors for making this possible!

**Note to current parents of Nana's House students**

The Esopus train car is reserved for parents of current Nana's House students. This offer is NOT a part of the free trips for children. This is special early access with a few similarities but some major differences.

  • We want to ensure as many children attend as possible, only two free children's ticket per paid order is allowed.

  • If you have more than 2 children, you must either pay the adult rate or wait until the grant tickets become available which is 8/16/2019 at 4:00am.

  • You must be the legal guardian or parent of the child.

  • The person legally responsible for the child or children must attend

  • Nana's House staff will not be chaperones, teachers, or any other childcare function for this trip.


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22nd Annual Rosendale Pickle Festival
Nov
24
10:00 AM10:00

22nd Annual Rosendale Pickle Festival

NO PETS

WEATHER

  • Rain or Shine! We do not cancel.

  • The festival is held in large tents out on the grassy field of our rec center.

  • DRESS WARM!! The tents have walls but are not heated.

ABOUT THE PICKLE FESTIVAL:

  • 4,000 – 5,000 people visit the Pickle Festival every year.

  • We host about 100 vendors.

  • There’s about 20-25 pickle vendors, in addition to craft, grocery and hot food vendors.

FESTIVAL PARKING: 
The Rec Center parking lot fills up fast. We are still working on providing shuttle buses. Drive up and look for alternate parking signs.

THE PICKLING CATEGORIES

  • DILL PICKLES

    1. SWEET PICKLES

    2. DILLY BEANS

    3. PICKLED FRUIT

    4. PICKLED ROOT VEGTABLES

    5. PICKLED VEGTABLES

    6. BEST OF SHOW

HOME PICKLING CONTEST RULES

  • Please submit 2 jars for each category entered. (One jar is for display the other is for judging.)

  • The jars should be labeled with only what category it is to be considered for.

  • Jars must be unopened with a proper seal. Wax or broken seals will not be accepted.

  • Entry form is available (online?) and at the event. Judging is blind and you will be assigned a number for each entry.

  • Contestants are limited to a total of 1 submission per category.

  • Contestants may enter as many categories as they wish.

  • Scoring is 1-10 points for appearance, flavor, quality and texture. Total 40 points.

  • Best of Show is based on overall score tie breaker is the consensus of the judges.

  • Entries must be submitted by 11:45 am and judging begins at Noon.

  • Awards at -TBD

  • Prizes awarded 1st, 2nd, in each category, and one Best in Show award.

Later in the Afternoon we have the PICKLE TRIATHLON. We will award first and second place winners for each category. It starts with Pickle Eating Contest, where contestants try to eat a small jar of Mt. Olive Pickle Spears. Next is the Pickle Juice Drinking Contest, where contestants get to drink 24 oz. of pickle juice through a Big Bore Straw. Lastly we have a Team Event, the Pickle Tossing Contest. The Team consists of a pitcher, who tosses a pickle chip to the catcher, who catches the chip in their mouth, then it is spurted into the Counter’s Jar. Children under 12 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian to enter the contests.


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7th Annual Made In Kingston
Dec
5
3:00 PM15:00

7th Annual Made In Kingston

7th Annual Celebration of Kingston’s Maker Community!

Visit more than five dozen local artists, organizations, and businesses who live, work and/or create right here in the City of Kingston! This year we’re heading Uptown to BSP, a historic former theater and current music venue on Wall Street.

Free and open to the public, the event includes live music and a fabulous way to SHOP LOCAL for the holidays! Food and drinks will be available for purchase from one of our wonderful Kingston eateries as well as BSP’s Spiegeltent bar.

To SPONSOR the event or apply to be a VENDOR, please go to MadeInKingstonNY.com

This project is also made possible in part through support from the County of Ulster’s Ulster County Cultural Services & Promotion Fund administered by Arts Mid-Hudson.

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Nostrano Vineyards Fall Festival
Oct
13
11:00 AM11:00

Nostrano Vineyards Fall Festival

Annual Fall Festival will take place on Sunday, October 13th 

11:00am - 5:00pm at The Barn at Nostrano Vineyards

This is a Kid-Friendly Event!
Admission: $5.00/person & children are no cost to attend!


Live Music with Talking Machine Band | Pop-Up Shops | 
Wine | Autumn Sangria | Craft Beer & Local Eats

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Taste of The Catskills 2019
Oct
12
to Oct 13

Taste of The Catskills 2019

  • 2066 County Highway 18, Delhi, NY 13753. (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The Taste of the Catskills Festival is a family-friendly event that showcases the food, beer, crafts, and wine of our region. With a variety of vendors including farmers, value-added food producers, and restaurants, attendees learn how food travels from farm to fork during a fun-filled autumn weekend on the grounds of Maple Shade Farm, a family-run farm in Delhi.

Saturday’s events will culminate with a harvest dinner paired with craft beer, prepared entirely from local ingredients. Weather permitting, there will be a bonfire during the day.

There are lots of kid’s activities each day. The activities will highlight life on the farm. The Catskill Puppets are on the grounds both days with their larger than life creations. Arm-of-the-Sea Theater will be presenting a preview of their brand new show on Saturday.

Workshops each day teach attendees tricks for farming, cooking, brewing, and vintning.

The main activities are held under tents and in the barn, so the show will go on RAIN OR SHINE!!!

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Hutton Brickyard: Field and Supply
Oct
11
to Oct 13

Hutton Brickyard: Field and Supply

Field + Supply began in 2014, as a modern interpretation of a traditional arts and crafts fair.  It consists of a carefully curated selection of makers highlighting goods, old and new, from a variety of studios and workshops representing a wide range of crafts.  This year, the fifth Field+Supply will be held at the Hutton Brickyards on October 11th – October 13th in Kingston, NY.  Located directly on the banks of the Hudson River and in the center of the rapidly transforming Hudson Valley, the reimagined Hutton Brickyards, with its bucolic grounds, industrial infrastructure, and rich history, is poised to become a top boutique cultural and entertainment venue.  We believe HBY is the perfect backdrop for this year’s fair.  We look forward to another amazing weekend.  We hope you will join us!


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8th Annual Wine Festival at Bethel Woods
Oct
5
1:00 PM13:00

8th Annual Wine Festival at Bethel Woods

Join us on Saturday, October 5, 2019 for the 8th Annual Wine Festival at Bethel Woods, located throughout the Bethel Woods main campus. Savor the finest wines from the Hudson Valley and Finger Lake regions while listening to live music, participating in fun games, and enjoying a food court to satisfy all cravings.

Plus, make a day of it with multiple pre-festival events for guests to enjoy, including a limited-seating Paint & Sip experience overlooking the Pavilion Stage led by artist and printmaker Susan Pantaleone from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m and a Vintage Run Half Marathon and 5K, beginning at 10:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. respectively. For more information about participating in the Vintage Run, visit www.vintageruns.com.

(Please note this event begins at 11:00 AM, but does not include admission into the festival and conflicts with VIP Early Entry).

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Harvest Festival at Bethel Woods- Pop Up Vintage Market
Sep
29
11:00 AM11:00

Harvest Festival at Bethel Woods- Pop Up Vintage Market

The best things in life are old, loved and rescued. Join us for the Harvest Festival’s first Pop-Up Vintage Market, featuring a vintage Hudson Valley Vinyl record shop and exchange, clothing, antiques, goods and more, from regional vendors and small businesses! The Pop-Up Vintage Market will take place for one day only in our special event tent located on the Harvest Festival site.

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Hunter Mountain Oktoberfest Weekend 1
Sep
28
to Sep 29

Hunter Mountain Oktoberfest Weekend 1

Autumn is apple season, and when it's apple season, you can bet it's also hard-cider season (which thankfully happens to be year-round), and at Hunter Mountain, we're bringing ciders here! Enjoy tasting from numerous New York State cideries at our Ciders in the Catskills tasting event held on-site during Oktoberfest!


Admission to the festival is FREE & a cider-tasting voucher is one low price (NOW AVAILABLE) which provides you with 20 cider tastings and a Hunter Mountain Oktoberfest cider-tasting glass! For even more of an experience, treat yourself to a relaxing ride on our Scenic Skyride and commemorative Hunter Mountain Oktoberfest T-shirt with our Oktoberfest VIP Package - see below for details.


Beer lovers don't you worry we'll have plenty of our traditional Oktoberfest beer line ups of porters, ales, IPAs, and traditional German Weiss and more.

Beer Boot VIP Package - $35 online only

  • Custom & Commemorative Hunter Mountain Beer Boot Glass for Drinking

  • Includes admission for one to the Scenic Skyride where you can take in incredible fall views of the surrounding Catskill Mountains.

  • One commemorative limited edition 2019 Hunter Mountain Oktoberfest T-Shirt. Wear it with pride at one of the best Oktoberfest celebrations in the country!

Cider Tasting VIP Package (Valid Sept. 28 or 29​) - $39 online only! Buy Now!

  • Includes commemorative cider tasting glass for sampling great ciders from around New York State!

  • You'll receive a tasting voucher for 10 cider tastings with plenty of cideries to choose from.

  • Admission for one to our Scenic Skyride. Take in incredible fall views of the surrounding Catskill Mountains.

  • One commemorative limited edition 2019 Hunter Mountain Oktoberfest T-Shirt. Wear it with pride at one of the best Oktoberfest celebrations in the country!

https://www.huntermtn.com/ciders-in-the-catskills/

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Roscoe Beer Co. Annual Oktoberfest
Sep
28
12:00 PM12:00

Roscoe Beer Co. Annual Oktoberfest

Although summer is coming to an end, the fun at Roscoe Beer Co. is still thriving. The Fifth Annual Trout Town Oktoberfest will be happening at Roscoe Beer Co. on Saturday, September 28th starting at 11am. This festival will celebrate everything that is amazing about fall in the Catskills and is perfect for the whole family. It will be the ultimate fall celebration.

Roscoe Beer Company is inviting guests to come to the brewery for the largest festival of the year. The festival will feature traditional food and craft beer for guests to enjoy. The festival will be sticking to true Oktoberfest tradition and will be serving authentic German dishes that always sell out fast. The brewery will be featuring its very own Oktoberfest beer as well as some other autumn favorites. It is a family friendly event with plenty of activities for the children to take part in. The children are sure to have a great time with the chance to paint their own pumpkins, conquer a challenging hay maze and many more activities. There will also be an Oktoberfest themed costume contest, so come dressed to impress. The children will not be the only ones engaging in fall festivities, a pumpkin carving station will be set up for the adults to unleash their fall spirit and creativity. The brewery is bringing back a fan favorite from Winterfest with a live wood carving show. There will be numerous local vendors to shop from, a mug special and live music from 12pm-4pm. Roscoe Cares will be selling hot cider and doughnuts to raise money for local families in need.

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Rock Hill Farmers Market: Pumpkin Painting
Sep
28
to Sep 29

Rock Hill Farmers Market: Pumpkin Painting


Join us for FREE pumpkin painting for the kids and shop for fresh fall favorites from apples to squash! Pumpkins are available on a first come first serve basis. We will also have LIVE music. Pumpkin painting starts at 11am.

The Rock Hill Farmers Market starts at 10am. This is the LAST farmers market of the season!

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Rhinebeck Porchfest 2019
Sep
28
11:00 AM11:00

Rhinebeck Porchfest 2019

  • 38 Chesnut street Rhinebeck, NY (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Save the date and check the website for updates!

Porchfest Music Festivals have been taking hold in many communities around the country. It's a day to bring our community together through music. - held Rain or Shine!

The talent of 100-plus musicians and bands will be showcased on over 20 historic porches of homes on Chestnut, Livingston, and Mulberry streets in the village of Rhinebeck, rain or shine.  Website has the map.

After the porch music ends at 5:30, everyone will be paraded New Orleans-Style by a Brass Band to Rhinebeck’s Village municipal lot for a surprise Grand Finale performance from 6-7pm.

FREE PARKING: Available at the corner of Platt Avenue and Mulberry Street.

FOOD: A few local food trucks & food concession tables will be available. No alcohol will be for sale at the event.

SMOKING: Discouraged on the village streets and prohibited on private property

RESTROOMS: Portable toilets (handicap accessible) are available in 3 locations.

MERCHANDISE: Select assortment will be available for sale at designated Information Tables

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Hudson Valley Garlic Festival
Sep
28
to Sep 29

Hudson Valley Garlic Festival

Presented by the Kiwanis Club of Saugerties

SEPTEMBER 28TH & 29TH 2019

Saturday 10AM to 6PM

Sunday 10 AM to 5PM

Daily admission is available at the gate, $10 (cash only), ATM on Site.

No discounts are available after the festival is open.

hope to see you there.

INCLUDES FREE PARKING

Handicapped Parking is available, just display your permit and follow the signs.

http://hvgf.org/

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Terrain & Table:  Hope Farm Dinner
Sep
21
4:00 PM16:00

Terrain & Table: Hope Farm Dinner

Gather around a communal dinner table and be immersed in a culinary family-style feast of farm-fresh local ingredients for a unique source-to-supper experience you’ll never forget. Celebrating the bounty of the season with produce specially grown for us by our friends SUNY Sullivan’s Hope Farm and wild-foraged ingredients, including ramps, sumac, hawthorn, cow parsnip and sweet fern. Savor the unique flavors of the Sullivan Catskills in a menu created by Chef Cheryl Perry of Red Barn Studio and forager Laura Silverman of The Outside Institute.

https://www.thefarmhouseproject.com/dinners

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Grape Stomping Festival at Robibero Winery
Sep
21
11:00 AM11:00

Grape Stomping Festival at Robibero Winery

GRAPE STOMPING FESTIVAL at Robibero Winery
New Paltz, New York
Saturday Sept.21 & Sunday Sept. 22
11am to 6pm (Event goes all day from 11am to 6pm. You do not need to arrive at 11:00am)


Tickets: 
$15.00 in Advance 
$25 Day of event (Limited amount available)
Includes grape stomping, wine tasting OR one glass of wine and logo wine glass.

Case Club Members receive free admission for two. 
Kids under 13 Stomp for free.

Non-Drinkers can purchase a ticket for Grape Stomping Only the day of the event for $10

~Live Music Saturday featuring TBA 2pm-5pm

~Live Music Sunday featuring TBA 2pm-5pm

~Caramel Apple Sangria Available By The Glass

~Wine Tasting, Wine by glass/bottle, Craft NYS Beer

~Wood-Fired Pizza and Food Truck

~Lawn Games

~Bonfire

~Family Friendly/Pet Friendly

****Please bring blankets/chairs to use on the lawn and a towel to dry your feet.***

*Please note there will only be a limited number of tickets available to purchase the day of the event. Advance ticket sales end Friday Sept. 20th at 6pm*

Event takes place rain or shine. All tickets are non-refundable.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/grape-stomping-festival-at-robibero-winery-tickets-42648945143?fbclid=IwAR36CnlqGwNu87qa4UWYmRmboVP94DHZEeQ73NFoBRt0kNssmLQNBWUniSU

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29th Annual Taste of New Paltz
Sep
15
11:00 AM11:00

29th Annual Taste of New Paltz

Join us at the Ulster County Fairgrounds in New Paltz (exit 18 New York State Thruway) to taste everything New Paltz! Come celebrate local shops, producers, restaurants, and more with us.

Taste a full flavor of everything that is New Paltz- from restaurants to food trucks to craft vendors at this one day event. A selection of craft beers will also be served. It's a great way for the local community and for people from outside of New Paltz to see what the New Paltz area is up to in all realms of business.

It's also a great event for the entire family! Kids 12 & under get in for FREE and can enjoy a plethora of fun activities.
While you're at the Taste check out the business expo and craft vendors and dance to the music of our local bands as they play all day. See you there!
For more information visit our website: https://www.tasteofnewpaltz.com/

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Harvest Festival - Ft. Catskill Fiber Festival
Sep
15
11:00 AM11:00

Harvest Festival - Ft. Catskill Fiber Festival

Bethel Woods warmly welcomes guests near and far to celebrate the return of autumn by attending the 21st Annual Harvest Festival, taking place every Sunday in September from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., at the corner of Hurd and West Shore Road.

On September 15, Catskills Fiber Festival offers fiber enthusiasts - be it knitters, weavers, spinners, or felters - the finest hand-crafted products.

Presented by Rosehaven Alpacas and Buck Brook Alpacas, this will be a great opportunity for adults and children alike to learn about the harvest of fiber from fiber animals (which includes sheep, goats, bunnies, yaks, alpacas, and llamas!) through demonstrations.

Make art in the Creative Learning Tent!

Inspired by our featured partner, enjoy spider myths and weaving.

Activities will differ by week!

Plus, enjoy live music on The Harvest Festival Stage! 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM: Willa and Company

2:00 PM - 3:30 PM: Whiskey Crossing

Please no pets. Please note that a portion of West Shore Road, from Perry Road to Hurd Road will be closed from 11am-4pm on each Harvest Festival date. Please use alternate route.

The Harvest Festival highlights the bounty and talent of both Sullivan County and the surrounding areas. It is free, family-friendly and features more than 100 vendors, including a farmer's market, craft and artisan goods, specialty food, beer, wine, spirits, and food trucks. Offerings also include live music, a creative learning tent, corn and hay mazes, and horse and buggy rides.

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Harvest Festival - Ft. Abandoned Hard Cider Garden
Sep
8
11:00 AM11:00

Harvest Festival - Ft. Abandoned Hard Cider Garden

Bethel Woods warmly welcomes guests near and far to celebrate the return of autumn by attending the 21st Annual Harvest Festival, taking place every Sunday in September from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., at the corner of Hurd and West Shore Road.

On September 8th, the inaugural Abandoned Hard Cider Garden, presented by Parksville-based Abandoned Hard Cider, will come alive in the Harvest Festival’s special event tent for one day only! Gather and socialize with friends and family, while indulging in Sullivan County’s finest cider varieties and delightfully paired light fare. Abandoned Hard Cider will also be hosting an Apple Crowdsourcing Station, inviting local landowners to drop off and donate their “abandoned” apples for the cidery to use towards future cider production!

Make art in the Creative Learning Tent!

  • Inspired by our featured partner, create apple bird feeders.

Activities will differ by week!

PLUS, enjoy live music on the Harvest Festival stage!

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM: TBD; presented by Bold Gold Media Group.

2:00 PM - 3:30 PM: TBD; presented by Bold Gold Media Group.

Please no pets. Please note that a portion of West Shore Road, from Perry Road to Hurd Road will be closed from 11am-4pm on each Harvest Festival date. Please use alternate route.

The Harvest Festival highlights the bounty and talent of both Sullivan County and the surrounding areas. It is free, family-friendly and features more than 100 vendors, including a farmer's market, craft and artisan goods, specialty food, beer, wine, spirits, and food trucks. Offerings also include live music, a creative learning tent, corn and hay mazes, and horse and buggy rides.

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Germania of Poughkeepsie- Oktoberfest 2019
Sep
6
to Sep 8

Germania of Poughkeepsie- Oktoberfest 2019

Authentic, festive German Oktoberfest held at Germania Festival Grounds! Event begins Friday September 8th, 5-10pm, continues Saturday 11am-10pm, and Sunday September 10th, Noon-6pm. Event features live German bands, German food, home baked goods, German Beers, children’s entertainment, Bavarian dancers, Singers, Germania Team Soccer games. Event will be held rain or shine under tents.

Adult entry ticket $6, $5 Veterans and Active Service Members with valid ID, children under 16, no cost. Parking is FREE.

https://www.germaniapok.com/oktoberfest-2019/

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Dirt Farm Festival
Sep
6
to Sep 7

Dirt Farm Festival

Levon Helm Studios & Impact Concerts present the 2nd annual

Dirt Farmer Festival

Friday & Saturday, September 6 & 7, 2019

Arrowood Farms

Accord, NY

The Midnight Ramble Band with special guests Phil Lesh & Grahame Lesh, Steve Earle, Mercury Rev (Jonathan & Grasshopper), Sherman Holmes + more!

Sweet Confusion: Tribute to Dr. John featuring his longtime band The Lower 911, plus Davell Crawford, Alecia Chakour, Midnight Ramble Horns, Brian Mitchell, and musical director Marco Benevento!

Amy Helm. Anders Osborne. Phil Cook. Jimmy Vivino. Birds of Chicago. River Whyless. The Restless Age. Jay Collins & The Northern Resistance. Fife & Drom. Elizabeth and the Catapult!

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Harvest Festival: Rosehaven Alpaca Festival
Sep
1
11:00 AM11:00

Harvest Festival: Rosehaven Alpaca Festival

  • 200 Hurd Road Bethel, NY, 12720 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Bethel Woods warmly welcomes guests near and far to celebrate the return of autumn by attending the 21st Annual Harvest Festival, taking place every Sunday in September from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., at the corner of Hurd and West Shore Road.

Rosehaven Alpacas returns in 2019, offering yarn, roving, rugs, socks, hats, gloves, and luxurious boutique items. And of course, a chance to visit and interact with their marvelous alpacas. Bring the kids and the family and enjoy the alpacas and alpaca wear.

The Harvest Festival highlights the bounty and talent of both Sullivan County and the surrounding areas. It is free, family-friendly and features more than 100 vendors, including a farmer's market, craft and artisan goods, specialty food, beer, wine, spirits, and food trucks. Offerings also include live music, a creative learning tent, corn and hay mazes, and horse and buggy rides.

Please no pets. Please note that a portion of West Shore Road, from Perry Road to Hurd Road will be closed from 11am-4pm on each Harvest Festival date. Please use alternate route.

About Rosehaven Alpacas:

Rosehaven Alpacas started in 2003 with a few alpacas purchased from Double E alpacas on Herd Road in Bethel, keeping the alpaca tradition alive in Sullivan County! Over the years, Rosehaven has raised and are still raising Champion alpacas for sale and breeding. They also started a store and a mill in Bethel, NY across from the Bethel Market Cafe. The mill works with local fiber farmers as well as in the tri-state area and process wool, alpaca, llama, bunny and goat for fiber farms. Rosehaven makes products from their fiber and carries many luxurious products made in America and imported from South America. Rosehaven Alpacas is proud to hire local and make local.

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The Farmhouse Project:  Makers Market
Aug
31
to Sep 1

The Farmhouse Project: Makers Market

This Labor Day Weekend, the gentlemen who brought you The Farmhouse Project, a lifestyle blog and home goods brand are hosting a one-of-a-kind market in a restored historic barn.

Located just up the road from The Farmhouse Project, The Barn on Hubbard venue is located in Callicoon, New York, a picturesque countryside of green grass, lush hills, orchards and farmland in the Western Catskill mountains of Upstate New York.

The Makers Market, a modern interpretation of the traditional craft fair will be a unique two-day market of carefully curated artisans from local studios and workshops throughout the region, showcasing and selling their goods. Along with these local makers, purveyors of fine foods and beverages will be on site to create delicious, local farm-to-table cuisine, and serve wine, beer and cider from a funky vintage trailer! Local musicians will create a lively and festive atmosphere with great vibes! 11-6 daily.

https://thefarmhouseproject.market/

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Woodstock - New Paltz Arts & Crafts Fair
Aug
31
to Sep 2

Woodstock - New Paltz Arts & Crafts Fair

  • 249 Libertyville Rd, New Paltz, NY 12561 (map)
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This end-of-summer fest, set underneath the breathtaking Shawangunk Ridge in the lively town of New Paltz, offers visitors one-on-one interactions with many of the country's finest artists and craftspeople. Shop from over 200 juried exhibitors and engage in ongoing craft demonstrations, from wood-turning, to alpaca fiber-spinning, to brush painting, to metal-smithing, to soap-making and much, much more! A Hudson Valley favorite for nearly four decades, the Woodstock-New Paltz Art & Crafts Fair Fall Show also features live entertainment by regionally-based musicians, the valley's best wines, craft beer and spirits, and small-batch handcrafted specialty foods and healthcare products. End your summer in style -- by supporting handmade!

This is a family-friendly event, with a complimentary and supervised drop-off children’s tent dedicated to inspiring our youngest makers — who will also enjoy face-painting, interactive musical performances, wildlife shows and more. And don’t forget, children under 12 are always FREE.

August 31 (Saturday): 10 am – 5:30 pm
September 1 (Sunday): 10 am – 5:30 pm
September 2 (Monday): 10 am – 4:00 pm

Adults $10.00 | Seniors $9.00 | Children under 12 FREE | Weekend Pass (valid all 3 days) $13 |

FREE PARKING
GROUP RATES AVAILABLE (contact ola@quailhollow.com)

Discount tickets, entertainment schedule, sneak-peak media galleries and more information available at www.quailhollow.com.

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Hudson Valley Lobster Festival
Aug
30
to Aug 31

Hudson Valley Lobster Festival

The Hudson Valley Lobster Festival provides Fresh Live Maine Lobster, prepared to mouth-watering perfection. You can also dance away the calories to a variety of popular artists throughout the day on the dance floor, enjoy tasty eats in the food tent, take a Free Souvenir E-Photo, sip on adult beverages (beer, wine, specialty drinks — infamous Signature drinks and Margaritas), and play lawn games. There is something for everyone, including kids!

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REI Climbing Adventure- Shawangunks
Aug
25
9:30 AM09:30

REI Climbing Adventure- Shawangunks

Located only 90 miles from NYC, the Shawangunks mountain range, or "The Gunks," is a world-class rock climbing destination. Whether you are an experienced climber, looking to escape the gym, or are completely new to climbing, REI's AMGA certified guides will provide you with excellent, friendly and thorough instruction. In addition, we will provide all the technical equipment needed to take you on a climbing adventure in a relaxed learning environment. Participants will enjoy a full day of climbing (approximately 9:30 am-4:30 pm), round-trip transportation to/from the New Paltz, NY Bus Station. A private guide will be provided for you and your party based on a 4:1 climber to guide ratio. Also included in the cost of the course is your day pass to Peter's Kill Climbing area. Your guide will meet you at the New Paltz, NY Bus Station @ approximately 8:30 am, and then you're off to the climbing location. At the climbing area, you'll get equipped with the necessary shoes, harness, and helmet and then spend the day on a variety of climbs ranging in difficulty at the beautiful Peter's Kill Climbing Area, located within Minnewaska State Park. After climbing, we will return you to the bus station/parking area for the 5:00 pm departure.

16 Years +

for more information: https://www.rei.com/events/83734/rei-climbing-adventure-shawangunks-day-climbing

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Grahamsville Little World's Fair
Aug
16
to Aug 19

Grahamsville Little World's Fair

  • 8230 State Route 55 Grahamsville, NY, 12740 United States (map)
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The Grahamsville Little World's Fair is the longest running independent fair in New York, offering three days of old-fashioned family fun! 2019 marks the 140th annual fair which will feature agricultural and livestock exhibits and contests, daily entertainment including live music and demonstrations, rides for all ages, an array of great food, games, vendors, and a whole lot more! Admission includes free parking, access to exhibits and contests, and free entertainment!

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Hudson Valley Ribfest
Aug
16
to Aug 18

Hudson Valley Ribfest

  • Ulster County Fairgrounds (map)
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There is so much delicious BBQ and Great Music you’ll need more than one day to get your fill.
Checkout all of our vendors, we have something for everyone!

Included in your entry fee is parking, musical entertainment, entry to the contest areas and free same day re-entry.  All kinds of delicious food from BBQ, to Mexican and Jamaican along with Beer, Wine, Soda and Water available for purchase.

Tickets available online!

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Bethel Woods celebrates Woodstock’s 50th anniversary!
Aug
16
to Aug 18

Bethel Woods celebrates Woodstock’s 50th anniversary!

  • Bethel Woods Center For The Arts (map)
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Bethel Woods celebrates Woodstock’s 50th anniversary!

Friday August 16th- Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band
Saturday August 17th- Santana with The Doobie Brothers
Sunday August 18th- John Fogerty with Tedeschi Trucks Band & Grace Potter

**PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU MUST REGISTER FOR A TRAVEL PASS FOR ANNIVERSARY WEEKEND! Each ticket buyer needs to register for this pass in order to access the grounds to attend shows or visit the museum that weekend. That also includes Film on the Field.
Email travelpass@bethelwoodscenter.org for your pass

https://www.bethelwoodscenter.org/anniversary-weekend-information


Concert tickets available: https://www.bethelwoodscenter.org/events/concerts

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Callicoon Sunday BBQ
Aug
11
5:30 PM17:30

Callicoon Sunday BBQ

Join the Callicoon Farmers’ Market & The North Branch Inn for an evening of food and good company as we come together to support the Sullivan County Farmers’ Market Association on August 11th at The North Branch Inn.

Enjoy an open-air barbeque with locally sourced food prepared with love for a true farm to table experience. Dine and commune in a beautiful garden with neighbors as we celebrate our local farmers and raise funds to encourage the next generation to study agriculture. Exciting art auctions, raffles, a mini pop-up farmer market and live music from Poison Love all await you at The North Branch Inn.

More about the Sullivan County Farmer’s Market Association:

The Sullivan County Farmers’ Market Association (SCFMA) is an organization that encourages, supports and promotes local farmers by creating a marketplace that brings the community together, providing public access to local farm products. The SCFMA offers scholarships to graduating high school seniors from neighboring counties who plan to study agriculture. To learn more, visit callicoonfarmersmarket.org.

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The Farmhouse Project:  Terrain and Table Dinner
Aug
11
3:00 PM15:00

The Farmhouse Project: Terrain and Table Dinner

With the 50th Anniversary of the 1969 Woodstock festival on August 15th, The Farmhouse Project has partnered with Bethel Woods Center for the Arts to pay homage to the legendary music festival that put the Catskills on the map around the world and for years to come. They are offering a unique Terrain & Table experience that will bring past and present together on the iconic grounds of the original 1969 festival.

With the harvest table set up on the famous field, only a few yards away from where the iconic stage stood, your dinner view will be the sprawling hills that once rippled with over 400,000 concert-goers swaying to the sounds of peace, love, and music. Come enjoy a sumptuous family-style seasonal spread, made from farm-fresh local ingredients and global flavors, as we toast the rich history of the area.

To commemorate this special anniversary dinner, we’ll also have live music and speakers. This unique source-to-supper experience will be brought to life by Chef Amy Miller and her talented team from Early Bird Cookery from nearby Callicoon.

For more information, visit: https://www.thefarmhouseproject.com/dinners.

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