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Check out who flies out of Stewart.

Flying is not just about where you go, but how you get there. Stewart International Airport’s comfortable size, modern amenities, friendly staff and focus on customer care makes flying hassle-free. Conveniently located in the heart of the Hudson Valley, Stewart is easily accessible from I-84, the New York State Thruway and Metro-North Railroad. Featuring service from Delta, JetBlue and U.S. Airways, Stewart offers the smoothest way to fly into and out of the region, with its carriers providing direct flights to 5 cities and over 100 destinations with connection. So relax, put your seatbacks in the reclined position and enjoy your trip. Stewart. Your neighborhood International Airport.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Town & Country / Boondocks .......................................................................... IFC Stewart International Airport ............................................................................ 2 Table of Contents .............................................................................................. 3 Antiques ............................................................................................................ 4 Arts, Galleries & Studios ................................................................................... 7 Editorial - Explore the Storm King Arts Center ................................................. 7 Bed & Breakfasts ............................................................................................... 8 Editorial - Lengendary Haunts of the Hudson Valley ......................................... 11 Family & Outdoor Entertainment ..................................................................... 12 Editorial - Haunted Happenings ........................................................................ 13 Farms & Farm Markets ..................................................................................... 17 Historical Sites & Museums .............................................................................. 22 Editorial - A Brief History of Hudson Valley Wine Country .............................. 25 The Culinary Institute of America .................................................................... 26 Map of the Hudson Valley ................................................................................. 27 Cumulus Radio .................................................................................................. 29 Lodging ............................................................................................................. 30 Editorial - Apple & Pumpkin Picking, Corn Mazes, Hayrides & More .............. 33 Restaurants ........................................................................................................ 34 Recipe - Homemade Cranberry / Orange Sauce ................................................ 40 1340 & 1390 AM Hudson Valley’s True Oldies Radio & Home of Army Sports 41 Shopping ........................................................................................................... 42 Editorial - Lincoln Museum & Visitor’s Center ................................................. 45 Travel ................................................................................................................. 46 Wineries ............................................................................................................ 47 94.3 & 97.3 (The Wolf) Radio Station .............................................................. 50 Calendar of Events ............................................................................................ 51 Ruge’s Automotive ............................................................................................. 53 McKinney & Doyle Fine Foods ......................................................................... IBC Potter Brothers Ski & Snowboard ...................................................................... BC Cover photo taken overlooking Lake Minnewaska in Ulster County Cover Photo by Melissa Tyler

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ANTIQUES

Annex Antiques Center

Hyde Park Antiques Center

25+ dealers in deco-era theater. Daily 11-5. Furniture, glassware, china, fine art, jewelry, toys, postcards, coins, books, kitchenalia, unique gifts.

Over 65 quality dealers selling jewelry, furniture, early american silver, china, oriental rugs. Open daily 10:00am - 5:00pm.

23 E. Market St., Red Hook, NY 845.758-2843

4192 Albany Post Road, Hyde Park, NY 845.229.8200 www.hydeparkantiques.net

Beekman Arms Antique Market & Millbrook Antiques Center 3283 Franklin Avenue, Millbrook, NY Art Gallery

Dew Drop Inn Antique Center

3052 Route 9, Cold Spring, NY 845.265.4358 www.dewdropinnantiques.com A multi-dealer center featuring two floors of silver, glass, china, furniture, toys, jewelry, magazines and more. Open 11-5, closed Tuesdays.

Two floors of antiques & collectibles. We buy gold, silver & coins for cash. www.sellgoldforcashNOW.com

Millbrook Antiques Mall

3301 Franklin Avenue, Millbrook, NY 845.677.9311 www.millbrookantiquesmall.com 5000 sq. ft.; 3 floors; 30 dealers; Mon - Sat: 11-5pm, Sun: 12-5pm and visit our sister store Millbrook Gallery & Antiques.

The Millerton Antiques Center

George Cole Auctions

25 Main St., Millerton, NY 518.789.6004

Auctions, realty & appraisals. everything attached for 35 years!

A large group shop with a selection of antiques, art, furnishings and collectibles. Open daily 10-5, Sunday 11-4:30, closed Wednesday.

845.758.9114 www.georgecoleauctions.com Selling the earth &

Hoffman’s Barn Sale

Ole Carousel Antiques Center

Thousands of items - unusual & ever changing. Furniture, old farm items, collectibles & more. Buy & sell.

Renew, Repurpose, Reuse - Think Green First Antiques are Green! 30+ dealers / 8,500sf center. Open 10am to 6pm. Closed Tuesday.

19 Old Farm Rd., Red Hook, NY 845.758.5668

Hopewell Antique Center 876 Rt. 82, Hopewell Junction, NY 845.221.3055

Over 25 dealers displaying four floors of affordable antiques, collectibles and gifts, including furniture, accessories, and jewelry. Daily 11am-5pm.

6208 Rt. 82., Stanfordville, NY 845.868.1586 www.olecarouselantiquescenter.com

Village Antique Center at Hyde Park 4321 Albany Post Rd., Hyde Park, NY 845.229.6600

Multi dealer shop featuring furniture, jewelry, art, books, glassware, china, vintage holiday items, and much more!

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Over 30 dealers, country, period, decorative furniture, jewelry, books and accessories. Open daily, 11am - 5pm.

845.677.3921 www.millbrookantiquecenter.com

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Behind Historic Beekman Arms Hotel, Rhinebeck, NY 845.876.3477 www.beekmandelamaterinn.com

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ANTIQUES Americana ● Country ● Primitive ● Period Decorative Furniture ● Jewelry ● Books Coins ● Accessories OVER 30 DEALERS Located behind the Historic Beekman Arms Hotel in the center of Rhinebeck, New York

845.876.3477 OPEN EVERY DAY 11 AM - 5 PM

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The "Premier Destination for Antiques & Unique Collectibles"

65 Dealers Spectacular Furnishings, Oriental Rugs, Enamelware, Glassware, Sterling Silver, Coins, Artwork, Vintage Jewelry & Much More!

Open Daily 10-5 (845) 229-8200 4192 Albany Post Road (Rt. 9) Hyde Park

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Period Furniture, Handmade Persian Rugs Old Books and Maps, Jewelry, Sterling Silver, Coins and Accessories

Between Roosevelt & Vanderbilt Mansions

4321 Route 9, Hyde Park

Located in New York's beautiful Hudson Valley (50 miles from NYC), the Dew Drop Inn Antique Center is the valley's best center. Located on Route 9 in Cold Spring, the center offers a wide variety of antiques and vintage collectables.

Over 40 Dealer Booths & Showcases Only 50 miles from Manhattan Plenty of FREE Parking Open Daily 11- 5 (closed tuesdays) 3052 Route 9, Cold Spring, NY 10516

(5 miles south off I-84, exit 13, 1 mile north of Route 301)

(845) 265-4358

We accept MasterCard, Visa and American Express

(845) 677-3921 Route 44, 3283 Franklin Ave. Millbrook, NY www.millbrookantiquecenter.com www.sellgoldforcashNOW.com

QUALITY ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES Furniture ◆ Mid-Century Modern ◆ China ◆ Silver ◆ Depression Glass ◆ Carnival Glass ◆ Milk Glass ◆ Pottery ◆ Glassware ◆ Enamelware ◆ Kitchenware ◆ Artwork ◆ Lamps ◆ Jewelry ◆ Linens ◆ Vintage Clothing ◆ Toys ◆ Dolls ◆ Vintage Christmas ◆ Tools ◆ Books ◆ Decorator Display Accessories ◆ Furniture Care Products

Affordable Pricing!

8500 Square Foot Multi-Dealer Center www.OleCarouselAntiquesCenter.com 6208 Route 82 Stanfordville, NY 12581

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Furniture ● Glassware ● Silver ● China Jewelry ● Postcards ● Bronzes ● Hummels Toys ● Dolls ● Books

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Over 30 dealers offering fine antiques, collectibles, and selected classic reproductions.

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ARTS, GALLERIES & STUDIOS

Back Room Gallery 475 Main St., Beacon, NY 845.838.1838

Featuring fine art, sculptures, original linocut prints, mixed media, photography, handmade jewelry, vintage decorated crepe designs from the early 1900’s.

Crafts People

262 Spillway Road, West Hurley, NY 845.331.3859 www.craftspeople.us A gallery representing over 500 contemporary craftspeople: jewelry, pottery, blown glass, turned wood, etc. 6000 square feet of retail space.

James Cox Gallery at Woodstock 4666 Route 212, Willow NY 845.679.7608 www.jamescoxgallery.com

Est. 1990 Representing Hudson Valley and Woodstock artists. Also Mid-Century American Paintings. Estates, Appraisals, Restoration. T-F 10-5, Weekends 12-5.

Mill Street Loft & Gallery 45 45 Pershing Ave., Poughkeepsie, NY 845.471.7477 www.millstreetloft.org

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A multi-arts center offering a wide range of educational exhibits and programs for children and adults in Poughkeepsie, Beacon, Millbrook and Red Hook.

EXPLORE THE STORM KING ARTS CENTER Storm King’s permanent collection of sculptures, dating from post World War II to the present, includes works by many of the 20th and 21st centuries’ most influential artists, integrated into the sculpture park’s carefully maintained landscape. Included are numerous site-specific works that have been commissioned by Storm King over the years. The collection is regularly complemented by temporary installations and exhibitions, both outdoors and in the Museum Building, and by a rich roster of public and education programs, including guided walks through the landscape and art, docent-led tours of the collection, lectures, and concerts, among others. Storm King’s 2010 season is April 1 through November 14: Wed. through Sun., 10:00 am to 5:30 pm (open until 8:00 pm on Sat., May 29–September 4; until 5:00 pm daily, November 3–14). Storm King is closed Mon. and Tues., except for the Mon. holidays marking Memorial Day (May 31), Independence Day (July 5), Labor Day (September 6), and Columbus Day (October 11). Picnicking is permitted in designated areas.

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Alexander Calder, The Arch, 1975

For more information and to plan a visit, the public may visit www.stormkingartcenter.org PO Box 280, Old Pleasant Hill Rd, Mountainville, NY For GPS Enter: 1 Museum Rd, New Windsor, NY 845.534.3115


BED & BREAKFAST

Alexander Hamilton House B&B

Mountain Meadows Bed & Breakfast

542 Albany Post Rd., New Paltz, NY 49 Van Wyck St., Croton-on-Hudson, NY 914.271.6737 www.alexanderhamiltonhouse.com 845.255.6144 www.mountainmeadowsbnb.com

Romantic 1889 Victorian home - luxurious rooms, Ideal for nature lovers, hikers, climbers, mountain state of the art technology, wood burning fireplaces, bikers. Pool, A/C, smoke-free. two-person whirlpool tubs, stained glass windows, Orange County Bed & Breakfast sumptuous decor, pool, AC & full breakfast.

Barclay Heights Bed & Breakfast

158 Burt St., Saugerties, NY 845.246.3788 www.outstandinghospitality.com

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P.O. Box 163, Blooming Grove, NY 845.496.1826 www.new-york-inns.com

The Hudson Valley’s Orange County B&B Luxurious Accommodations - Outstanding Hospitality. Association features inspected and approved, CIA chefs prepare personalized gourmet breakfast. unique accommodations for romantic getaways, Private jacuzzis, Catskill mountain view, Koi pond, business travels, weddings and reunions. plus waterside cottage. Peach Grove Inn

Bricktown Inn

112 Hudson Ave., Haverstraw, NY 845.429.8447 www.bricktowninnbnb.com

205 Route 17A, Warwick, NY 845.986.7411 www.peachgroveinn.net

B&B and weekend tea room. 1850 antebellum home and furnished with antiques. Romantic Relax on our porch swing, enjoy Victorian tea, tour rooms with fireplaces and private baths. historic sites. Bridal and corporate retreats.

73 Main St., Cold Spring, NY 845.265.9247 www.pighillinn.com

Enjoy privacy and romance for a weekend Top 10 Inn of New York. “Highly Recommended” escape or a whole week. 9 individually ... USA Today; “A FANTASTIC B&B!” ... CBS decorated rooms with fireplaces & Jacuzzi’s. Early Show. Open year round.

The Renwick Clifton House Harmony House Bed & Breakfast 27 Barclay St., Saugerties, NY 1659 Route 212, Saugerties, NY 845.679.1277 www.harmonyhousebandb.com

845.246.0552 www.renwickclifton.com

Grand Southern Style, 1812 mansion. Astounding Harmony House is perfectly situated between Hudson River view, 5 lush acres, private baths, jacuzzi Woodstock and Saugerties. Each room with terrace tub, AC, Wi-Fi & four course gourmet breakfasts. and private bath. Scrumptious full breakfast.

Jingle Bell Bed & Breakfast

302 Swartekill Rd., Highland, NY 845.255.8458 www.jinglebellbandb.com

Storm King Lodge Bed & Breakfast 100 Pleasant Hill Rd., Mountainville (Cornwall), NY 845.534.9421 www.stormkinglodge.com

Charming 1801 Barn and Guest Cottage. Six Jingle Bell’s new guest quarters are located in the entire lovely guest rooms with private baths. Swimming upstairs of a converted barn. Lovely antiques, beamed pool, all comforts. Panoramic mountain views. cathedral ceilings, fully equipped kitchen & private Ulster B&B Alliance bath. Landscaped pool in summer.

Journey Inn Bed & Breakfast 1 Sherwood Place, Hyde Park, NY 845.229.8972 www.journeyinn.com

Choose from 35 Ulster County B&B’s 800.957.0126 www.hudsonvalleybandbs.com

Planning a getaway to the Hudson Valley/Catskills? Choose from over 35 B&B’s. Call 9am-9pm or see We are across from The Vanderbilt Mansion and just our website. north of the CIA and President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Home & Library.

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174 Angola Rd., Cornwall, NY 845.534.7136 www.cromwellmanor.com

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Come and enjoy our cozy Lodge, converted from an early 1800's post-and-beam barn, and Guest Cottage in a country setting with gardens, pool and mountain views.

845.534.9421

100 Pleasant Hill Road Mountainville (Cornwall), NY 10953

The Great Room offers a comfortable place to relax, with a roaring fire on winter evenings or enjoy those summer nights on the covered verandah.

Recommended as a Great B&B - Lonely Planet.com Sites nearby: ● Storm King Art Center ● West Point ● DIA: Beacon, ● Woodbury Common Premium Outlets ● 1 hour from NYC ● Great restaurants nearby

Six comfortable guest rooms Private baths ● Central AC ● Several fireplaces ● Spacious lawns & gardens ● Grand swimming pool ● ●

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Legendary Haunts of the Hudson Valley By Donna Davies, Founder of Haunted Hudson Valley, Ltd. www.hauntedhudsonvalley.net

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Are you looking to venture into the dark side of the Hudson Valley? Look no further as I share some of my favorite legendary haunts in the area. Begin with a trip to Sunnyside in Tarrytown, the former home of Washington Irving, author of “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow”. Irving lived and died at Sunnyside and his spirit has never left his beloved home. Irving’s ghost has been reportedly seen walking to his study. Further north sits Lyndhurst Castle, the eerie setting for the 1970s film “House of Dark Shadows” based on the gothic soap opera. Less than five minutes from Lyndhurst is The Sleepy Hollow Cemetery were the body of Washington Irving is interred. If you are brave enough, you can take an evening tour by lantern along the dark, winding roads of the cemetery as you learn about its famous and infamous residents. You may even hear the clipclop of horse’s hoofs as you walk across the Headless Horseman Bridge. For the more adventurous, I suggest you book a ghost investigation overnight stay at the Shanley Hotel in Nappanoch where the “Spirits Are Inn”. Dating back to the 1800s, this hotel’s sordid past is slowly being reveled through paranormal investigations. A ghost hunter’s dream comes true. Visit any of these legendary haunts of the Hudson Valley and let your imagination run wild.


Altamura Center for the Arts

Juckas Stables, Inc.

404 Winter Clove Road, Round Top, NY 845.361.1429 www.juckasstables.com 201.863.8724 or 518.622.0070 www.altocanto.org Celebrating 45 years of HORSEBACK RIDING! Home of the Altamura/Caruso International Voice Beautiful trails, quality horses, lessons, experienced Competition. Auditions: Feb. 2011. Call or email wranglers, parties, gift certificates. Call for reservation. icpainc@yahoo.com.

Catskill Corn Maze

1375 Hurley Mountain Rd., Hurley, NY 845.338.7276 www.catskillcornmaze.com

Potter Brothers Ski & Snowboard Shops 57 City View Terrace, Kingston, NY 845.338.5119 www.potterbrothers.com

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Potter Brothers is your local ski & snowboard shop ofWalk New York’s largest corn maze - night and day - fering great deals on gear, plus discount lift tickets and Hayride to our cut-your-own pumpkin patch - Bonfire rentals. - Big screen movies.

Eisenhower Hall Theatre

655 Pitcher Road, West Point, NY 845.938.4159 (Box Office) www.ikehall.com

Sawkill Family Ski Center 167 Hill Rd., Kingston, NY 845.336.6977 www.sawkillski.com

Snow Tubing, Skiing, Boarding. NEW 450’ carpet lift. The Hudson Valley’s premiere indoor entertainment Great snowmaking system. Rentals, lessons, snack bar venue located at historic West Point. Restaurant open & ski shop. Sat., Sun., Holidays 10-4. before all shows. Open to all.

178 Hudson St., Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY 845.534.7800 www.stormkingadventuretours.com We offer guided kayaking and hiking tours in the beautiful Hudson River Valley. Rentals available. Office hours Wed-Sun from 10am-5pm.

Warwick Applefest

The elite gaming destination featuring world class accommodations, dining, golfing, spas & P.O. Box 22, Warwick, NY 845.987.8300 www.warwickapplefest.com entertainment. Live for the “Wonder of it All”. Great family fun! Festival atmosphere, crafts, Hudson Highlands Cruises, Inc. music, food, rides. Sunday, October 3, 10am5pm. Free admission. P.O. Box 355, Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY

845.534.SAIL (7245) www.hudsonhighlandscruises.com

West Point Band

Cruise on the Historic M/V Commander, built in 1917, from Haverstraw, West Point or Peekskill. Reservations 685 Hardee Place, West Point, NY 845.938.2617 or 845.938.2445 required.

Hudson Valley Flea Market

130 Salt Point Turnpike, Poughkeepsie, NY 845.483.1234 www.HVFleaMarket.com Saturdays & Sundays, Indoor, All year long

www.westpoint.edu/band

Premier Army Band performs free concerts year-round at West Point, in the Hudson Valley, & the N.Y. Metropolitan area. Visit our webpage for full schedule.

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350 Trolley Line Blvd., Mashantucket, CT 1.800.FOXWOODS (800.369.9663) and 1.866.MGM.0050 (866.646.0050) www.foxwoods.com and mgmatfoxwoods.com

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Haunted Mansion 85 Sheafe Road, Wappinger Falls (845) 297-2288 www.theHauntedmansion.com Headless Horseman Hayrides & Haunted Houses Boofest - Scarecrow Invasion 778 Broadway, Ulster Park Lyndhurst Castle (845) 339-2666 www.HeadlessHorseman.com 635 South Broadway, Tarrytown Legend at Washington Irving’s Sunnyside (914) 631-4481 www.lyndhurst.org 89 West Sunnyside Lane, Tarrytown Brewster Ice Arena (914) 631-8200 www.hudsonvalley.org 63 Fields Lane, Brewster Legend at Phillipsburg Manor (845) 279-2229 www.brewstericearena.com 381 North Broadway, Sleepy Hollow Forest of Fear - Sterling Forest (914) 631-8200 www.hudsonvalley.org 600 Route 17A, Tuxedo Park Massacre Mansion (845) 351-5174 www.theforestoffear.com 1 Sunside Rd, East Durham Frankenstein’s Fortress (518) 239-4019 www.massacremansion.com 86 Creamery Road, Stanfordville (845) 868-7782 www.frankensteinfortress.com Sleepy Hollow Cemetery 540 North Broadway, Sleepy Hollow Haunted Cellar - Brotherhood Winery (914) 631-0081 www.sleepyhollowcemetery.com 100 Brotherhood Plaza Dr., Washingtonville (845) 496-3661 www.brotherhoodwinery.net Terror Dome Haunted Scream Park 84 Lakeside Road, Newburgh Haunted Halloween - Museum Village (845) 476-VAMP www.terrordome.com 1010 Route 17M, Monroe (845) 782-8247 www.museumvillage.org The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze Haunted Huguenot Street Van Courtlandt Manor, 525 South Riverside Avenue, 18 Broadhead Avenue, New Paltz Croton-on-Hudson (845) 255-1660 www.huguenotstreet.org (914) 631-8200 www.hudsonvalley.org


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Applefes2t010 Sunday October 3rd

845-361-1429 Route 302, Bullville, NY

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Flea Market

With over 200 vendors, you’ll find quality wares, clothing, jewelry, collectibles, produce and special services, arcade, large screen TV’s and live entertainment! Just minutes away from The Rail Trail and Walkway Over The Hudson FREE Parking • FREE Admission All Year ‘Round Indoor Market, Open Every Weekend Rain or Shine! Email: Info@HVFleaMarket.com T: (845) 483-1234

Market Hours: 8:00am-5:00pm Sat & Sun 130 Salt Point Turnpike•Poughkeepsie, NY

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Visit Warwick at the peak of the apple harvest. Enjoy the country fair atmosphere, arts & crafts, music, rides, apples, food, and fun in historic Warwick Village. 10 am - 5 pm

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FARMS & FARM MARKETS

DuBois Farms

Jones Farm & Country Store

“Voted BEST Pick-Your-Own in the Mid-Hudson Valley” - Large array of fruit, family activities, festivals, animals & more. Aug.: weekends 10am5pm; Sept. & Oct.: daily 10am-5pm.

“Baked & grown just like home.” Homegrown fruits & veggies in season, bakery, gourmet foods, & observation beehive.

Gill Farm Markets

5755 US Hwy 209, Kerhonkson, NY 845.626.7137 www.kelderfarm.com

209 Perkinsville Rd., Highland, NY 845.795.4037 www.duboisfarms.com

Route 209 Or Hurley Mountain Rd., Hurley 845.331.8225 Two locations. Larger Farm Stand on Route 209 open April - October 31. Hours: 9am - 6pm. 7 days. Fall Festival Weekends in October.

Hemlock Hill Farm 500 Croton Ave., Cortlandt Manor, NY 914.737.2810 www.hemlockhillfarm.com

Kelder’s Farm

U-pick fruits and vegetables, farm market, greenhouse, petting farm, field trips, school tours, corn maze, mini-golf. Open daily, mid-Apr. - Dec. 10am-6pm.

Meadowbrook Farm Market

29 Old Myers Corners Rd., Wappingers Falls, NY 845.297-3002

Family farming since 1939. All natural pastureraised meats, custom butchering, seasonal produce.

Pick your own apples. Fresh pressed cider, homemade cider doughnuts, fresh fruits & vegetables. Open Daily 9-6.

Hodgson Farm and Garden Center

Overlook Farm Market

2290 Albany Post Rd., Walden, NY 845.778.1432 www.hodgsonfarm.com www.experiencethehudsonvalley.com ®

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190 Angola Rd., Cornwall, NY 845.534.4445 www.jonesfarminc.com

5417 Route 9W, Newburgh, NY 845.562.5780 www.overlookfarmmarket.com

Open daily for u-pick vegetables & pumpkins. Fall Harvest Festival begins Sept. 25. Petting zoo, corn maze and more!

We are a family farm for over 3 generations. Our market & country store stays open every day 8am-6pm, except Tues.

Hurds Family Farm

Prospect Hill Orchards

2187 State Route 32, Modena, NY 845.883.7825 www.hurdsfamilyfarm.com Popular tour destination. Schools, parties, picnics, group campfire sites, hayrides, cow train, mazes, ecotrail, kids corral, outdoor activities. U-pick apples, pears, raspberries, pumpkins. Aug-Oct 9am-5pm.

Jenkins & Lueken Orchards 69 Yankee Folly Rd., New Paltz, NY 845.255.0999 www.jlorchards.com U-pick blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, apples, pumpkins, farm market & corn maze. Open July - May 9:00am - 6:00pm. .

40 Clarks Lane, Milton, NY 845.795.2383 www.prospecthillorchards.com Family owned farm since 1817 featuring pick your own cherries, apricots, plums, peaches, nectarines, apples, pears & pumpkins in season. Weekends only, 9am-4pm.

Saunderskill Farms

5100 Route 209, Accord, NY 845.626.2676 “corn” www.saunderskill.com Family owned farm, farm market & greenhouse. Home grown fruits & vegetables, PYO pumpkins, weekend horse drawn hayrides, corn maze. Open Daily 7-6; closed Mondays.


34 Lauer Rd., Poughkeepsie, NY Office 845.485.8438 Market 845.485.9885 www.sproutcreekfarm.org

Secor Strawberries

63 Robinson Ln., Wappingers Falls, NY 845.452.6883

Award-winning cheese made on premises from our pasture fed cows & available in our farm market. “Taste the difference a little grass makes.”

We’re not just strawberries. Pick-your-own seasonal Sunflower Natural Foods Market vegetables and pumpkins. Call hotline for daily 75 Mill Hill Rd/Bradley Meadows Shopping Plaza, Woodstock, NY picking information.

Shalimar Alpacas

845.679.5361 www.sunflowernatural.com

Soons Orchards

699 Route 208, Gardiner, NY 845.255.5300 www.eatapples.com

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Sprout Creek Farm

An all natural foods market, providing 100% organic produce, organic milk, cheeses & eggs, beauty & body care, vitamins, supplements, Small Alpaca farm and fiber store. A perfect homeopathic remedies, and much more! day trip. We sell Alpaca clothing: gloves, scarves, sweaters and more. Wright’s Farm

164 East Ridge Rd., Warwick 845.986.3031 www.shalimaralpacas.com

23 Soons Circle, New Hampton, NY 845.374.5471 www.upickapples.com

Year round farm market & bakery. Pick your Open daily 9-6, Aug. 1 to May 31. U-pick own apples Sept. - Oct. Jams - local produce weekends in season. The best local food & cider! - cider donuts - candy apples - homemade pies.

63 Robinson Lane Wappingers Falls New York Call our hotline for Daily Picking Information

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Flowers & Vegetables Hanging Baskets Assorted Annuals and Perennials Bedding Plants, Straw Fresh Vegetables, Green Beans & Peas Homegrown Asparagus Hayrides, Cider & Mums

Homegrown Asparagus Mouthwatering Sweet & Roasted Corn Fruit, Strawberries & Other Berries Gourmet Homemade Sauces & Pastas A Variety of Cheeses Relishes & Preserves Baked Goods Ice Cream Honey


FARMS & FARM MARKETS This place is AWESOME! You offer a lot of different products for all different buyers. It was worth the hour drive to get here!! – Amelia D, Highland, NY Established 1910 23 Soons Circle, New Hampton, NY (Orange County) Just 20 minutes from Woodbury Commons 845.374.5471 www.UPickApples.com

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200 Hurd Rd., Bethel, NY 800.745.3000 www.bethelwoodscenter.org

5720 Route 9G, Hudson, NY 518.828.0135 www.olana.org

Music and history play on. Visit the museum, hear a Persian-style home of Hudson River School artist concert, and enjoy our “Fall Harvest Festivals”. Frederic Church. Grounds open year-round, 8am to sunset. Special events.

Clermont State Historic Site

One Clermont Ave., Germantown, NY 518.537.4240 www.friendsofclermont.org

HISTORICAL SITES & MUSEUMS

Bethel Woods Center for the Arts Olana State Historic Site

Philipsburg Manor

381 North Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, NY Ancestral estate of Robert R. Livingston, negotiator of 914.631.3992 www.hudsonvalley.org

Louisiana Purchase. Gardens, Visitor Center April- Learn the history of slavery in the Colonial North at this working farm and historic estate. Check website Oct., Tues.-Sun., Mon., holidays 11am-5pm. for hours, open through December.

Homes of Franklin D. Roosevelt & Eleanor Roosevelt, FDR Presidential Library & Museum, Vanderbilt Mansion, access to five gardens and six miles of hiking trails. Open daily.

Kykuit, the Rockefeller Estate 381 North Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, NY 914.631.8200 www.hudsonvalley.org

Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site (Val-Kill) 4097 Albany Post Rd., Hyde Park, NY 845.229.9115 www.nps.gov/elro Eleanor Roosevelt’s home during the prominent, influential period of her life from 1924-death. May-October, open daily 9am - 5pm. NovemberApril open Thursdays - Mondays.

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library & Museum 4097 Albany Post Rd., Hyde Park, NY

Stunning mansion, gardens, sculpture, and modern 845.486.7770 www.fdrlibrary.marist.edu art of the Rockefellers. Open through Nov. 7. Check Displays on the lives and careers of Franklin and website for details. Eleanor Roosevelt. Interactive exhibits begin at Wallace Center adjacent to library. The Locust Grove Estate

2683 South Rd., Poughkeepsie, NY 845.454.4500 www.lgny.org

Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site (Springwood)

Features a 25-room Italianate mansion with original furnishings; 180-acres of landscaped gardens. Grounds 4097 Albany Post Rd., Hyde Park, NY open 8am-dusk, guided tours May-November 10am-3pm, 845.229.9115 www.nps.gov/hofr & weekends in April & December. FDR’s birthplace/home, maintained as it was at his death in 1945. Grounds and house open daily, Montgomery Place 9am - 5pm.

River Rd., (Route 103) Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 845.758.5461 www.hudsonvalley.org

Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art

Expansive landscape influenced by Andrew Jackson State University of New York at New Paltz Downing & landmark manor house built by 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY Alexander Jackson Davis. Grounds open through 845.257.3844 www.newpaltz.edu/museum December. House tours May 15 - Oct. 15. Check The Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz is the website for hours. region’s premier center for Hudson Valley arts and culture. Open Wed.-Sun., 11am-5pm.

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4079 Albany Post Rd., Hyde Park, NY 1.800.FDR.VISIT www.historichydepark.org

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HISTORICAL SITES & MUSEUMS

Staatsburgh (Mills Mansion) State Historic Site Old Post Rd., Staatsburg, NY 845.889.8851 www.staatsburgh.org Gilded Age mansion, country home of Ogden and Ruth Livingston Mills. Extensive grounds, trails. Special events.

Storm King Art Center PO Box 280, Old Pleasant Hill Rd, Mountainville, NY For GPS Enter: 1 Museum Rd, New Windsor, NY 845.534.3115 www.stormkingartcenter.org Sculpture park/museum with over 100 post WWII sculptures set in 500 landscaped acres. Fiftieth anniversary season Apr 1 - Nov 14. See website for hours & programs.

Thomas Cole National Historic Site 218 Spring St., Catskill, NY 518.943.7465 www.thomascole.org

Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site 4097 Albany Post Rd., Hyde Park, NY 845.229.9115 www.nps.gov/vama

The country estate of Frederick W. and Louise Vanderbilt, from 1895 to 1938. Grounds and mansion open daily, 9:00am - 5:00pm.

Washington Irving’s Sunnyside 89 West Sunnyside Lane, Tarrytown, NY 914.591.8763 www.hudsonvalley.org

Charming, romantic landscape and architecturally unique home that Irving called his “snuggery” have delighted visitors for generations. Check website for hours, open through December.

West Point Museum

2110 South Post Rd., West Point, NY 845.938.3590 www.usma.edu/museum The nation’s largest and oldest army museum, established in 1854, featuring ancient Egyptian to modern-age artifacts. Free admission.

Home and grounds of the founder of the Hudson River School of Painting. Three special exhibitions each year.

Wilderstein

Union Church of Pocantico Hills

Queen Anne Victorian mansion. Original 1888 interiors, 40 acres of landscaped views & trails by Calvert Vaux. Tours May-October, Thursday-Sunday noon-4pm.

555 Bedford Rd., Pocantico Hills, NY 914.631.8200 www.hudsonvalley.org Stained glass windows by Henri Matisse and Marc Chagall adorn this stone country church. Check website for hours, open through December.

Van Cortlandt Manor 525 South Riverside Ave., Croton-on-Hudson, NY 914.271.8981 www.hudsonvalley.org

330 Morton Rd., Rhinebeck, NY 845.876.4818 www.wilderstein.org

West Point Museum

Preserving America’s Military Heritage

UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY

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Participate in 18th century crafts and tasks such as blacksmithing and open-hearth cooking. Check website for hours, open through December.

Open Daily

10:30 am - 4:15 pm (Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day)

845.938.3590

Located on Route 218 adjacent to the Thayer Gate entrance to West Point

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Poet’s Walk - Photo By: Melissa Tyler

Free Admission


The Samuel Morse Historic Site

Tour the mansion and art collection, hike on 180 acres of landscaped gardens, or enjoy concerts and special events yearround. 2683 South Road (Route 9) Poughkeepsie, NY 845-454-4500 www.lgny.org

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An Unforgettable place in the heart of the Hudson Valley!

Also available for unique parties with up to 150 guests.

Fall 2010 at The Dorsky Museum

Andy Warhol: Private and Public in 151 Photographs Through September 26

Coverlet (made for Hylah Hasbrouck), 1834

Hudson Valley Artists 2010: Contemporary Art and Praxis Through November 14 The Illustrious Mr. X: Museum Collection as Character Study Through December 12 Thoughts of Home: Photographs from the Center for Photography at Woodstock

Permanent Collection

August 18 – December 12

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Binary Visions: 19th-century Woven Coverlets from the Collection of Historic Huguenot Street October 16 – December 12

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EXHIBITIONS

Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art

Open Wed. – Sun. 11 am – 5 pm

State University of New York at New Paltz

845-257-3844 / www.newpaltz.edu/museum

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HISTORICAL SITES & MUSEUMS

THE VIEW FROM HERE: STORM KING AT FIFTY 5+5: NEW PERSPECTIVES ALICE AYCOCK CHAKAIA BOOKER MARK DI SUVERO ANDY GOLDSWORTHY URSULA VON RYDINGSVARD

JOHN BISBEE MARIA ELENA GONZÁLEZ DARRELL PETIT ALYSON SHOTZ STEPHEN TALASNIK

Special Exhibitions on view through November 14 www.stormkingartcenter.org 845 534-3115 Darrell Petit, Kiss, 2008. Stony Creek classic granite. Element A: 17’ x 4’ 6” x 4’ 5”, 25.5 tons; Element B: 15’ x 7’ x 2’ 6”, 19 tons. Lent by the artist. Photo by Jerry L. Thompson.

A brief History of Hudson Valley Wine Country By Debbie Gioquindo

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s you step into a tasting room in the Hudson Valley Wine Country, you are met with hospitable staff who are full of information on the wine and winemaking history of the valley. Many people don’t realize Hudson Valley Wine Country is the Roots of American Wine. It all began in 1677 when the French Huguenots planted their first vines in New Paltz 100 years before anything was planted in California. They originally planted their vines on the hillsides of the Hudson Highlands and started a tradition of grapes and wine that continues to this day. In 1845, William Cornell established a vineyard in Ulster County. This greatly interested his brotherin-law, Andrew Caywood, who settled in Marlborough and worked on creating second generation hybrid vines. Caywood’s vineyards are now part of the Benmarl Winery which is owned today by the Spaccarelli Family. Brotherhood winery was the first commercial winery in the Hudson Valley. Established in 1837, known as the Jacques Brothers Winery, it produced altar wines. Renamed Brotherhood in 1885, the Washingtonville winery is the nation’s oldest continuously operated winery. In the 1970s, New York Governor Hugh Carey appointed John Dyson as state Commissioner of Agriculture. Dyson, a wine enthusiast himself (he currently owns Millbrook Vineyards in Dutchess County), formed a task force that composed the Farm Winery Bill. With testimony from Benmarl Winery owner Mark Miller and support from many other vintners and organizations, the bill was passed in 1976, paving the way for rapid growth of the Hudson Valley wine industry. Today the Hudson River Region, given this name in 1982 by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, is home to over 20 operating wineries and three designated wine trails.


Takeout? That’s So Last Year.

Come spend a Saturday at the CIA!

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This year, give your debit card a rest by learning to make fabulous cuisine at home. The experts from The Culinary Institute of America will show you how—in fun, hands-on Taste of CIA Cookbooks classes like Gourmet Meals in Minutes, Baking at Home, and The Italian Table.


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LODGING

Courtyard by Marriott

Nyack Motor Lodge

24 Crystal Run Crossing, Middletown, NY 845.695.0606 www.marriott.com/swfcy

110 Rte. 303, W. Nyack, NY (Exit 12 NYS Thruway) 845.358.4100

I-84 exit 4E, Rt. 17 exit 122. Beautiful award winning hotel, large rooms, restaurant, bar, indoor pool/spa.

HBO, Non-smoking rooms, all major credit cards. Close to West Point and New York City.

Hampton Inn - Fishkill

The Poughkeepsie Grand

Complimentary hot breakfast, internet, access to off-site fitness center, heated indoor pool, in-room coffee. Payper-view movies. We love having you here.

Hotel and conference center centrally located in historic Hudson Valley, midway between New York City & Albany.

Hampton Inn - Middletown

Quality Inn - Fishkill

Free breakfast, free internet, 3 restaurants adjacent. Micro-fridge in every room. EZ on EZ off I-84/Rt. 17.

Beautiful facility located at the crossroads of the Hudson Valley.

20 Crystal Run Crossing, Middletown, NY 845.344.3400 www.middletown.hamptoninn.com

Inn at Hyde Park

4171 Albany Post Road (Rte. 9), Hyde Park, NY 845.229.9161 www.innathydepark.com Affordable, clean, comfortable rooms, wireless internet, near historic sites, restaurants, state parks and antique shops.

Minnewaska Lodge

3116 Rt. 44-55, Gardiner, NY 845.255.1110 www.minnewaskalodge.com

849 Route 52, Fishkill, NY 845.897.9300 www.qualityinnfishkill.com

Storm King Lodge Bed & Breakfast

100 Pleasant Hill Rd., Mountainville (Cornwall), NY 845.534.9421 www.stormkinglodge.com Charming 1801 Barn and Guest Cottage. Six lovely guest rooms with private baths. Swimming pool, all comforts. Panoramic mountain views.

Super-8

2349 South Rd., Poughkeepsie, NY 845.462.7800 www.super8.com Conveniently located on Rt-9 minutes from area attractions. Complimentary breakfast, free WiFi, spacious new rooms with king or 2 queen beds.

A contemporary 26-room mountain lodge on 17 secluded acres, nestled at the base of the spectacular Shawangunk Mountains.

40 Civic Center Plaza, Poughkeepsie, NY 845.486.7226 www.pokgrand.com

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544 Route 9, Fishkill, NY 845.896.4000 www.hamptoninnfishkill.com

Hiking Through a Scenic Hudson Valley Forrest

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In The Heart Of The Hudson Valley PERFECT FOR RELAXING GETAWAYS, SMALL EVENTS AND RETREATS.

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Enjoy casual elegance in a spectacular mountain setting. Just 75 miles from NYC, Minnewaska Lodge is tucked away at the base of the Shawangunk Cliffs and adjacent to the 25,000+ acres of the Mohonk and Minnewaska State Park Preserves. Private decks • Dramatic cliff views • High-speed internet Home-baked breakfast • Adventure concierge

Selected “Best B&B” Hudson Valley Magazine Readers’ Poll

minnewaskalodge.com • 845-255-1110 3116 US Route 44/55 Gardiner, NY

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LODGING

845-897-9300 Quality Inn Fishkill Platinum Award Winner For

www.QualityInnFishkill.com

849 Route 52 Fishkill, NY Located at Exit 12 Off Interstate 84 Behind The Landmark I-84 Diner

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LODGING

Apple & Pumpkin picking, Corn Mazes, Hayrides & more Dutchess County

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Jenkins & Luekin Orchards - (845) 255-0999 69 Yankee Folly Road, New Paltz www.jlorchards.com Kedler’s Farm - (845) 626-7137 5755 Route 209, Kerhonkson www.kelderfarm.com Liberty View Farm - (845) 339-9545 340 Crescent Ave., Highland www.libertyviewfarm.biz Maynard Farms - (845) 331-6908 324 River Road, Ulster Park www.maynardfarms.com Minard Farms - (866) 632-7753 Ulster County 250 Hurds Road, Clintondale The Apple Bin Farm Market - (845) 339-7229 www.minardfarms.com 810 Broadway (Rt 9), Ulster Park Prospect Hill Orchards - (845) 795--2383 www.theapplebinfarmmarket.com 40 Clark’s Lane, Milton Apple Hill Farm - (845) 255-1605 www.prospecthillorchards.com 124 Route 32, New Paltz Saunderskill Farms - (845) 626-2676 Orange County www.applehillfarm.com 5100 Route 209, Accord Catskill Corn Maze - (845) 338-7276 www.saunderskill.com Applewood Orchards & Winery 1375 Hurley Mountain Road, Hurley Stone Ridge Orchard - (845) 687-2587 (845) 986-1684 www.catskillcornmaze.com 3012 Route 213, Stone Ridge 82 Four Corners Rd, Warwick Country Charm Farm - (845) 255-7916 www.stoneridgeorchards.com www.applewoodorchards.com 201 Dubois Road, New Paltz Tantillio’s Farm Market - (845) 256-9109 Hodgsons Farm - (845) 778-1432 www.countrycharmfarm.com 730 Route 208, Gardiner 2290 Albany Post Rd, Walden, NY 12586 Davenport Farms Market - (845) 687-0051 www.tantillosfarm.com www.hodgsonfarm.com 3411 Route 209, Stone Ridge Wallkill View Farm Market - (845) 255-8050 Jessup Road Orchards - (845) 986-3331 www.davenportfarms.com 15 Route 299 West, New Paltz 101 Jessup Rd, Warwick Dolan Orchards - (845) 895-2153 www.wallkillviewfarmmarket.com www.jessuproadorchard.com 1166 Route 208, Wallkill Weed Orchards - (845) 236-2684 Lawrence Farm Orchards - (845) 562-4268 Dressel Farms - (845) 255-0693 43 Mt. Zion Road, Marlboro 39 Colandrea Rd, Newburgh, 271 Route 208, New Paltz www.weedorchards.com www.Lawerencefarmsorchards.com www.dresselfarms.com Westwind Orchard - (845) 626-0659 Maples Farm - (845) 344-0330 Dubois Farms - (845)795-4037 4215 Lower Whitfield Road, Accord 749 Route 17M, Middletown 209 Perkinsville Road, Highland www.westwindorchard.com www.maplesfarm.com www.duboisfarms.com Wilklow Orchards - (845) 691-2339 Ochs Orchard - (845) 986-1591 Gill Corn Farms - 2 loc. - (845) 331-8225 341 Pancake Hollow Road, Highland 4 Ochs Lane, Warwick 2080 Hurley Mountain Road, Hurley www.wilkloworchards.com Overlook Farm Market - (845) 562-5780 Hurds Family Farm - (845) 883-7825 Wrights Farm - (845) 255-5300 5417 Route 9W, Newburgh 2187 Route 32, Modena 699 State Route 208, Gardine www.overlookfarmmarket.com www.hurdsfamilyfarm.com www.eatapples.com Barton Orchards - (845) 227-2306 63 Apple Tree Ln, Poughquag www.bartonorchards.com Dykeman’s Farm Market - (845) 832-6068 823 West Dover Rd, Pawling www.dykemanfarm.com Fishkill Farms - (845) 897-4377 9 Fishkill Farm Rd, Hopewell Junction www.fishkillfarms.com Mead Orchards - (845) 756-5641 15 Scism Rd, Tivoli www.meadorchards.com Meadowbrook Farms - (845) 297-3002 29 Old Myers Corners Rd, Wapp. Falls Terhune Orchards - (845) 266-5382 761 North Avenue, Salt Point

Pennings Orchard - (845) 986-7080 170 South Route 94, Warwick www.penningsorchard.com Slate Hill Orchards - (845) 355-4493 2580 Route 6, Slate Hill Soons Orchards & Farm Market (845) 374-5471 23 Soons Circle, New Hampton www.soonsorchards.com Wright Family Farm - (845) 986-1345 329 Kings Highway, Warwick www.wrightfamilyfarm.com

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RESTAURANTS

The Bird & Bottle Inn

1123 Old Albany Post Rd., Garrison, NY 845.424.2333 www.thebirdandbottleinn.com

Osaka Japanese Restaurant 22 Garden St., Rhinebeck, NY 845.876.7338 www.osakasushi.net

Historical Pre Revolutionary Inn. Dinner Thursday- Japanese cuisine, sushi, vegetarian, daily specials, takeSaturday 6pm - 10pm, Sunday Dinner 4pm - 8pm, out. Lunch/Dinner. Closed Tuesday. 2nd location: Champagne Sunday Brunch 11:30am - 3pm. 74 Broadway, Tivoli (845)757-5055. Accommodations - Special Events - Dining.

Cathryn’s Tuscan Grill

91 Main St., Cold Spring, NY 845.265.5582 www.tuscangrill.com

Portofino’s Ristorante

57 Old Post Road, Staatsburgh, NY 845.889.4711 www.portofinorest.com

Casual upscale Italian dining in a guiet country Contemporary Italian pasta & grill. Sparkling setting. Conveniently located between Historic Hyde Sunday Brunch $20.10. Extensive Italian wine list. Park & Rhinebeck. Closed Mondays. Open 7 days, noon-10:30pm.

Cosimo’s on Union

1217 Route 300, Newburgh, NY 845.567.1556 www.cosimosonunion.com

River Station Restaurant

One N. Water St., Poughkeepsie, NY 845.452.9207 www.riverstationrest.com

Intimate Italian bistro, wood-fired pizza, gourmet 7 days a week 11:30 - 1 a.m., located between the bridges overlooking the Hudson. Spectacular views of pasta, specialties. the Hudson Valley.

Cranberry’s at Tilley Hall

1 West Market Street, Hyde Park, NY 845.229.1957 www.cranberrysattilleyhall.com

Roudigan’s Steakhouse 116 Route 28, Kingston, NY

Shadows on the Hudson

If you have a passion for food & a craving to learn, 176 Rinaldi Blvd., Poughkeepsie, NY 845.486.9500 www.shadowsonthehudson.com you’ve come to the right place! Full service Al a Carte restaurant. Set on the Market Street Bar & Grill banks overlooking the Hudson River and Mid40 Civic Center Plaza, Poughkeepsie, NY Hudson Bridge. 845.485.5300 www.pokgrand.com Seasonal American cuisine, exciting happy hour Torches on the Hudson offerings, live music, local art & special events. 120 Front St., Newburgh, NY

McKinney & Doyle Fine Foods Cafe 845.568.0100 www.torchesonthehudson.com

Riverfront dining and bar, serving lunch and dinner. 10 Charles Colman Blvd., Pawling, NY 845.855.3707 / 3875 www.mckinneyanddoyle.com Steak and seafood, including raw bar. Eclectic American Cuisine. 6,000 -gallon aquarium. Serious cuisine in a casual setting. Come visit our village cafe and bakery rated “Best in the Hudson Woody’s All Natural Valley” and “Excellent” by the N.Y. Times. 30 Quaker Ave., Cornwall, NY

845.534.1111 www.woodysallnatural.com Open 7 days a week 11:30am-8:30pm. Grassfed beef, handmade hot dogs. Eat local, eat seasonal!

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1946 Campus Drive, Hyde Park, NY 800.888.7850 www.ciachef.edu

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Victorian style casual café and bake shop serving 845.339.3500 www.roudigans.com breakfast and lunch. Tues. - Sat. 7-4pm, Sun. 8-3pm. Nostalgic steakhouse offering aged beef grilled to right in the heart of the dining room. The Culinary Institute of America perfection Nightly dinner specials.

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STARTERS

FROM THE TANK

BAJA CHICKEN EGG ROLLS - $8 - Cajun Spiced Chicken,

Served with Shadlows Salad or Caesar Salad

TOMATOES & MOZZARELLA - $9 BUFFALO CALAMARI - $10 - Fried Calamari Smothered in a

Served with Your Choice of House or Caesar Salad

Roasted Corn, Black Beans, Red Onions, Cheddar Cheese & Cilantro, STEAMED LOBSTER - $24 - 1-1/4 Pound Fresh Maine Lobster, House-Rolled & Fried, Served with a side of Guacamole & Chipotle Mayo Served with Drawn Butter, Vegetable Medley, & your Choice of Potato -- Each Additional Egg Roll - $2 STUFFED LOBSTER - $26 - 1-1/4 Pound Fresh Maine Lobster GARLIC BREAD TOWER - $6 - Served Warm Stacked on a Baked with Crabmeat Stuffing, Vegetable Medley, and your Choice of Potato Pool of Gorgonzola Fondue TWIN STEAMED LOBSTERS - $39 - Twin 1-1/4 Pound Fresh Maine STEAMED CLAM POT - $12 - One Dozen Lobsters, Served with Drawn Butter, Vegetable Medley & your Choice of Potato Chardonnay-Steamed Littlenecks over Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes

Tangy Buffalo Sauce & Topped with Crumbled Blue Cheese Served with Blue Cheese Dressing on the Side HOT CRAB & ARTICHOKE DIP - $9 - Lump Crab, Artichoke, & Cream Cheese Dip Accompanied by Crispy Wontons SHRIMP SAUTE - $9 - Served with our Signature Gorgonzola Fondue & Fresh Garlic Bread SCALLOPS WRAPPED IN BACON - $9 - Served with Teriyaki & Mango Sauces with Diced Mango

SEAFOOD

SEA BASS PUTTANESCA - $24 - Pan-Seared Chilean Sea Bass with Roma Tomatoes, Sliced Garlic, Caper Broth, Served with Sauteed Spinach & Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatos GROUPER PROVENCALE - $19 - Delicate Grouper Filet Sauteed with White Wine, Lemon, Diced Tomatoes, Mediterranean Olives & Capers, Served with Basmati Rice & Vegetable Medley SESAME SEARED AHI - $22 - Sesame-Crusted Ahi Tuna Pan-Seared Rare & Served with Basmati Rice, Wakame Salad and a Warm Ginger-Soy Glaze FRENCH DIP AU JUS - $10 - Thinly sliced USDA Choice PAN-SEARED SCALLOPS - $21 - Caramelized Sea Scallops with a Mandarin Orange, Mirin, Basil Reduction, Served with Wakame Prime Rib on a Toasted French Roll with Roasted Garlic Aioli GRILLED VEGGIE PANINI - $8 - Grilled Portobello Mushroom, Salad, Basmati Rice, and Vegetable Medley Eggplant, Zucchini, Yellow Squash, & Roasted Red Peppers, Finished with Melted Provolone & Balsamic Aioli Served on House-Made Grilled Focaccia Served with Choice of House or Caesar Salad GRILLED SALMON BLT - $10 - Salmon Filet with Crispy Bacon, Lettuce, & Tomato with Peppercorn Ranch on a Toasted Kaiser Roll GRILLED CHICKEN TUSCANY - $16 - Grilled THE SICILIAN PANINI - $10 - Shaved Prosciutto, Fresh Herb-Marinated Chicken Breast with Prosciutto, Roasted Red Peppers, Mozzarella, Sliced Tomatoes, Roasted Red Peppers, Pesto and Arugula Fresh Mozzarella, Portobello Mushroom, & Kalamata-Madeira Demi-Glace, Served on House-Made Grilled Focaccia Served with a Vegetable Medley and Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes CHICKEN CORDON BLEU - $16 - Chicken Breast Filled with Ham, Gruyere Cheese, & Fresh Herbs, Oven Roasted & Topped with Mushroom Littlenecks, Oysters, Shrimp Cocktail, Main Lobster Marsala Cream Sauce, Served with Garlic Mashed Potatoes & Vegetable medley

SANDWICHES

POULTRY

SHADOWS COMPLETE RAW BAR For Two $39

For Four $77

ENTREE SALADS

PASTA

Served with Choice of House or Caesar Salad

- Mixed Field Greens, Red Onion, PENNE ALA VODKA - $15 - Imported Penne Pasta Tossed in a Cucumber, Tomato, & Garlic Croutons, House-Made Herb Balsamic Vinaigrette Parmesan Tomato Cream Sauce Laced with Russian Vodka STEAK STACK SALAD - $15 - Tender Sirloin Medallions SEAFOOD FRA DIAVOLO - $20 - imported Linguini with Stacked with Beefsteak Tomatoes & Sliced Red Onions Over a Salad of Shrimp, Calamari, Scallops, Littleneck Clams, Sliced Garlic, & Crushed Red Pepper, Finished with our Fra Diavolo Sauce Field Greens with Crumbled Gorgonzola & Herb Balsamic Vinaigrette ASIAN AHI SALAD - $15 - Sesame-Crusted Ahi Tuna Seared Rare Over a Bed of Ginger-Soy Vinaigrette-Dressed Napa Cabbage, and USDA Choice Center Cut Beef Julienne Carrots SHADOWS PEAR SALAD - $11 - Port-Poached Pears, Served w/House or Caesar Salad, Vegetable Medley & Choice of Potato Gorgonzola Cheese, Candied Walnuts, Baby Arugula, Belgian Endive, & 9 OZ. SIRLOIN STEAK - $16 - Served with Cabernet Demi-Glace House-Made Raspberry Vinaigrette 9 OZ. FILET MIGNON - $27 14 OZ. RIBEYE - $20 COOL CAPRESE SALAD - $13 - Shaved Prosciutto, 14 OZ. NY STRIP STEAK - $21 RACK OF LAMB - $21 House-Made Fresh Mozzarella, Artichoke Hearts, Tomato, Roasted Red Peppers, & Mediterranean Olives, Served over Field Greens with our Herb Balsamic Vinaigrette

SHADOWS SALAD - $8

STEAKS & MORE

PRIME RIB

SUNDAY BRUNCH Buffet -$14.95 A Wide Variety of Salads, Entrees, Desserts Omelette, Carving, & Waffle Stations House Made Apple Cider Donuts, and Much More ...

Available 11:00am til 2:00pm

Prices & Items Subject to Change

QUEEN CUT, 10 OZ. - $18 THICK CUT, 14 OZ. - $20 KING CUT, 20 OZ. - $24 PRIME RIB & KING CRAB - $32 - 10 oz. cut of Slow-Roasted Prime Rib and Alaskan King Crab Legs SURF & TURF - $39 - 9 oz. Filet Mignon with a 6 oz. Lobster Tail

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APPETIZERS (Lunch & Dinner)

Sandwiches & Paninis

Buffalo Chicken “The River Station Chowder Bar” - Our famous N.E. Hanger Steak clam chowder & roasted corn & lobster plus 3 other California Club Eggplant Bistro chowders everyday! Always homemade!! Free samples always available. Crock, cup or sampler plate. Available for Grilled Vegetable Stacker River Wrap take out in cups, bowls or quarts. The “Bridge Music” Tuna Louie Shrimp Cocktail Coconut Shrimp Salads Baked Brie Fried Calamari Salmon Spinach Salad Jess’s Baked Brie Salad Maryland Crab Cakes Crab Cake Sliders Bacon Wrapped Scallops The “Walkway” Steak Salad

LUNCH MENU Burger Bonanza Your choice of 100% ANGUS BURGER, TURKEY BURGER, BLACK BEAN BURGER

All burgers served with a large 1/4 pickle wedge. Your choice of fries or homemade potato chips (add Onion Rings or Seasoned Curly Fries)

Specialty Burgers Station Burger - (House Favorite) - Bacon, swiss, mushrooms & Gravy

Southside Burger - 10 oz Angus burger topped with pastrami, caramelized onions & swiss, served on kaiser roll with fries California Burger - Grilled black bean burger with guacamole, Monterey jack & baby greens, served on kaiser roll with homemade chips

Station Favorites 1/2 Rack Baby Back Ribs B.B.Q.’D Pulled Pork Sandwich

Dirty Pastrami Pomadoro

Lunch Seafood Key West Grouper Sandwich Tilapia Battered Fish & Chips

Dinner Menu From the Land

We take great pride in our steaks to ensure your complete satisfaction A cut above - Steaks are always trimmed to avoid excess fat and gristle Age is best - All steaks are aged a min. of 30 days to ensure tenderness Marble - Well marble meat results in a more juicy & flavorful steak

Filet Mignon Surf & Turf Cowboy Steak Top Sirloin

Seafood

“Captains Combo” - Seafood lovers delight, shrimp, Bistro Burger - 10 oz Angus burger topped with sweet The scallops, stuffed clams, tilapia & lobster tail onion confit, bleu cheese, bacon and baby greens served with fries King Crab Legs Southbeach Grouper

The Anchor of Poughkeepsie Waterfront for Over 30 Years Only Outdoor Dining Overlooking Both Bridges Outdoor Tiki Bar ent ay m Chowder Bar n rd ai tert & Satu ays Lite Menu Also Available n E d Live Fridayon Sun y s r On & Off Premise Catering Eve utdoor Wedding, Corporate & Private Functions O h c n Bru day 1-2 2 Parking Lots Sun uffet 1 B Located Near Poughkeepsie Train Station

FREE SHUTTLE TO & FROM THE WALKWAY OVER THE HUDSON FOR ALL CUSTOMERS Prices & Items Subject to Change

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120 Front Street, Newburgh, NY - 845.568.0100 APPETIZERS Creamy Spinach Artichoke Dip - $9.95 Grilled Buffalo Chicken Wings - $10.95 Filet Mignon Quesadilla - $12.95 - Filet Mignon tips,

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Applewood Chicken - $15.95 - Charbroiled chicken breast, grilled red onion, applewood bacon, cheddar-jack, chef’s BBQ sauce, smashed baked potatoes & vegetable medley

melted onion, shaved cremini mushrooms, Swiss cheese, New York Strip Steak $19.95 Mixed Grilled Alambre - $17.95 - Skewered Horseradish dip NY strip and marinated chicken w/smoked bacon, Chipotle Chicken Quesadilla - $9.95 - Chipotle charbroiled glazed chicken, tomatoes, grilled red onion, scallion, black bean potato hash & chimichurri Spice Rubbed Chicken - $16.95 cheddar jack-cheese, & southwest black beans Double Cut Pork Chop - $22.95 (limited availability) Coconut Shrimp - $10.95 Chipotle BBQ Chicken & Ribs - $19.95 Original Buffalo Calamari - $11.95 Hawaiian Ribeye - $24.95 - Marinated & grilled Crispy Calamari - $10.95 w/pineapple teriyaki glaze served w/a loaded baked potato Maryland Style Crab Cake - $11.95 Filet Mignon - $26.95 Prime Rib - $24.95 (limited availability) SOUPS & SALADS Tilapia Piccata - $19.95 - Sauteed w/lemon caper Seafood Chowder - $6.95 butter sauce, smashed baked potatoes & seasonal vegetables French Onion Soup - $6.95 Sea Scallops & Shrimp Scampi - $22.95 House Mixed Greens - $7.95 Artichoke Crusted Salmon - $22.95 - Cherry tomato vinaigrette, vegetable medley & spanish style dirty rice Caesar Salad - $8.95 (Grilled Chicken Add $3.95, Crabmeat Stuffed Flounder Filet - $21.95 Grilled Salmon Add $6.95) Grilled Chicken Salad - $12.95 - Shaved chicken w/herbed lemon butter, wild rice pilaf & seasonal vegetables breast, tortilla strips, mixed greens, cabbage & cilantro Strip and Shore - $29.95 - Charbroiled NY strip, grilled

jumbo shrimp, cheddar smashed baked potatoes & seasonal w/ginger honey lime vinaigrette & peanut sauce Thai Noodle Steak Salad - $15.95 - Marinated filet, vegetables Add a broiled 6 oz. lobster tail for $18.95 mixed greens, lo mein noodles, avocado, tomatoes, peanuts, mango, mint & sesame dressing Add a side House or Caesar salad for $2.25 Blackened Chicken Salad - $11.95 - Mixed greens, tomatoes, red onion, cheddar-jack, black bean corn salsa & BURGERS & SANDWICHES corn tostadas w/ranch Grilled Chicken - 9.95 - Shaved grilled chicken, chopped cheddar-jack cheese, tomatoes & roasted garlic, PASTAS jalepeno aioli on a pressed focaccia bread Fiery Shrimp Linguini - $20.95 - Pan seared jumbo Three Pepper Turkey - $9.95 - Pepper crusted turkey shrimp, melted shallots, tomatoes, scallions & cremini breast, smoked bacon, tomato, grilled red onion, pepper-jack mushrooms in sterling vodka chili cream cheese & chipotle mayo on pressed focaccia bread Tomato Basil Linguini - $17.95 - Crisp garlic, Beef and Bleu - $11.95 - Prime rib, grilled red onion, bruschetta tomatoes, kalamata olives & fresh mozzarella in Swiss, crumbled bleu cheese aioli on pressed focaccia plum tomato basil sauce bread Country Bacon Rigatoni - $18.95 - Crisp hickory Ham & Brie - $9.95 - Cured ham, imported brie, smoked bacon & scallions in cracked pepper cream tomato, leaf lettuce & dijonaise on pressed focaccia bread w/toasted four cheeses Portabello - $9.95 - Grilled portabello, roasted peppers, Chicken Penne - $18.95 pesto & mozzarella on pressed focaccia bread Southwest Burrito Wrap - $9.95 - Chipotle pulled chicken, black beans, sour cream, mozzarella & RAW BAR Little Necks w/two Sauces P/A - 1/2 Dozen or cheddar-jack cheeses Cheese Burger - $10.95 Bakers Dozen Oysters of the Day P/A - 1/2 Dozen or Bakers Dozen Hickory Burger - $11.95 - Canadian bacon, hickory tomato, onion, lettuce, pickles, cheddar, sesame Chilled Jumbo Shrimp $10.95 - w/house cocktail sauce sauce, brioche bun Raw Bar for Two - $49.95 for Four - $99.95 Crab Cake Sandwich - $13.95 - Leaf lettuce, (Lobster, Little Neck Clams, Oysters & Shrimp) shaved red onion, tomato, chipotle remoulade on a sesame brioche bun Fresh Fish Sandwich - $12.95 - Grilled fillet w/leaf lettuce, red onions, tomoato & chef’s tartar sauce on a SUNDAY BRUNCH BUFFET sesame brioche bun Adults - $17.95/pp Pulled Pork Sandwich - $9.95 - Chef’s special BBQ Children 10 & Under - $8.95/pp sauce, grilled red onions toasted Swiss cheese on a sesame brioche bun All served with choice of matchstick fries or coleslaw

Prices & Items Subject to Change

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SHOPPING

Boondocks

490 Piermont Ave., Piermont, NY 845.365.2221

Poughkeepsie Plaza

2600 South Rd., Poughkeepsie, NY 845.471.4265 www.poughkeepsieplaza.com

We carry eco friendly gifts for every special person Personal service, knowledgeable salespersons, easy access, in your life including your furry friends! one level, enclosed. Marshalls, Modells, TGIF & 42 shops. Mon-Fri 10-9, Sat 10-6, Sun 12-5. Clearwaters Gifts, Gallery & Framing specialty See website for events and store information.

190 Angola Rd., Cornwall, NY 845.534.4445 www.jonesfarminc.com

Ruges Auto

One of the finest selections of gifts, decorative & 6882 Route 9, Rhinebeck, NY personal accessories in the Hudson Valley, museum 888.745.4351 www.rugesauto.com Ruges Automotive Group is committed to complete quality picture framing for all your treasures. customer satisfaction since we opened our doors in 1935. Deer Hill Farm Cross Stitching Now Ruges proudly sells & services JCD/Subaru/GMC 1164 Route 9G, Suite 5, Hyde Park, NY M-F 8am-7pm, Sat 8am-5pm, Sun-Closed.

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Largest selection of cross stitch supplies in the Hudson Sugar Loaf Craft Village Valley. Tues, Wed, Fri. 10am - 5pm; Thurs to 7pm; Kings Highway, Sugar Loaf, NY 845.469.9181 www.sugarloafnewyork.com Sat 10am-4pm. Shop for one-of-a-kind art, craft & gifts in a quaint Harney & Sons hamlet of artisans. Enjoy music & theatre. Most shops 1 Railroad Plaza, Millerton, NY open Wed-Sun, 11am-5pm year round. Master Tea Blenders - Taste, Eat, Shop!

Town & Country

Northern Dutchess Archery & Sportsman Supply

Kitchen and table top unique items.

Archery pro shop - Hoyt, Mathews & Bowtech Bows, fishing equipment & live bait, indoor range, paint ball supplies. Tues-Fri 9-7, Sat 9-5, Sun 9-1.

Nutz

1708 Route 9, Wappingers Falls, NY 845.298.2457 www.nutzstore.com

New, unusual, trendy, zany. The name says it all! A totally unique shopping experience. Mon-Sat 10-9, Sun 11-6.

Pegasus Footwear

10 Mill Hill Rd., Woodstock, NY 845.679.2373 www.pegasusshoes.com

Where shoe dreams come true! Best selection of innovative, comfort footwear in the Hudson Valley.

Potter Brothers Ski & Snowboard Shops 57 City View Terrace, Kingston, NY 845.338.5119 www.potterbrothers.com

Potter Brothers is your local ski & snowboard shop offering great deals on gear, plus discount lift tickets and rentals.

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The Hudson Valley’s largest, most unique giftshop.

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On February 19, 1861 President-elect Abraham Lincoln made his only stop in Westchester County, NY as he traveled by train from his home in Springfield, Illinois to Washington D.C., for his inauguration as President of the United States. Lincoln made his short address from a small platform placed on a baggage car located on the grounds of the railroad depot and over 1000 people witnessed the soon-to-be President for the first time. Lincoln made the following remarks before continuing on his journey: “I have but a moment to stand before you, and thank you for this cordial reception tendered by your authorities. In regard to the difficulties that lie before me, and to which your president has alluded; let me say that if I shall only be as generously and unanimously sustained as this meeting would seem to indicate I shall be in my management of public affairs, I shall probably not fail. But without that sustaining arm, I am quite sure that the difficulties that lie before me will not only be too great for my humble self, but too great for any individual man. I thank you then, as I have thanked the assembled thousands upon various occasions as I have passed along my route for such demonstrations, which if they mean anything, means that I shall be supported not only by the party who gave me election, but by the free, intelligent and earnest support of all the parties in the country.” Peekskill has never forgotten this historical event. Since February 12, 1904 the Lincoln Society in Peekskill has been the single oldest continually active Lincoln Society in the United States. Currently a complete renovation of the exterior of the structure is underway. The Lincoln Statue was dedicated in 2006 on the Depot site and the Lincoln Depot Foundation will continue the process of the restoration of the depot interior, creating an information center and establishing the Lincoln Depot Museum (scheduled to open in 2012). To become a member of the society or make a donation to help perserve this historic event, contact THE LINCOLN SOCIETY, P.O. Box 2097, Peekskill, NY 10566 or visit www.lincolnsociety.com.


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WINERIES

Adair Vineyards

Millbrook Winery

Member - Hudson Valley Wine Country Member - Shawangunk Wine Trail

Member - Hudson Valley Wine Country Member - Dutchess Wine Trail

52 Allhusen Rd., New Paltz, NY 845.255.1377 www.adairwine.com

Applewood Winery

82 Four Corners Rd., Warwick, NY 845.988.9292 www.applewoodwinery.com Member - Hudson Valley Wine Country Member - Shawangunk Wine Trail

Baldwin Vineyards

176 Hardenburg Rd., Pine Bush, NY 845.744.2226 www.baldwinvineyards.com Member - Hudson Valley Wine Country Member - Shawangunk Wine Trail

Benmarl Winery

156 Highland Ave., Marlboro, NY 845.236.4265 www.benmarl.com

Member - Hudson Valley Wine Country Member - Shawangunk Wine Trail

Brimstone Hill Vineyard

61 Brimstone Hill Rd., Pine Bush, NY 845.744.2231 www.brimstonehillwine.com Member - Hudson Valley Wine Country Member - Shawangunk Wine Trail

Brookview Station Winery

1297 Brookview Station Rd., Castletown, NY 518.732.7317 www.brookviewstationwinery.com www.experiencethehudsonvalley.com ®

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Member - Hudson Valley Wine Country Member - Hudson-Berkshire Beverage Trail

Brotherhood, America’s Oldest Winery

26 Wing Rd., Millbrook, NY 845.677.8383 www.millbrookwine.com

Oak Summit Vineyard

372 Oak Summit, Millbrook, NY 845.677.9522 www.oaksummitvineyard.com

Consistently “Best Pinot Noir”, many gold medals, estate bottled. Taster’s lunch, tastings, picnics, special events are all by appointment only.

Palaia Vineyards

10 Sweet Clover Rd., Highland Mills, NY 845.928.5384 www.palaiavineyards.com Member - Hudson Valley Wine Country Member - Shawangunk Wine Trail

Robibero Family Vineyards 714 Albany Post Rd., New Paltz, NY 845.255.9463 www.rnywine.com

Member - Hudson Valley Wine Country

Stoutridge Vineyard

10 Ann Kaley Lane, Marlboro, NY 845.236.7620 www.stoutridge.com

Member - Hudson Valley Wine Country Member - Shawangunk Wine Trail

Tousey Winery

1774 Route 9, Germantown, NY 518.567.5462 www.touseywinery.com

Member - Hudson Valley Wine Country Member - Hudson-Berkshire Beverage Trail

100 Brotherhood Plaza Dr., Washingtonville, NY 845.496.3661 www.brotherhoodwinery.net

Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery

Clinton Vineyards

Member - Hudson Valley Wine Country Member - Shawangunk Wine Trail

Member - Hudson Valley Wine Country Member - Shawangunk Wine Trail

450 Schultzville Rd., Clinton Corners, NY 845.266.5372 www.clintonvineyards.com Member - Hudson Valley Wine Country Member - Dutchess Wine Trail

Glorie Farm Winery

40 Mountain Rd., Marlboro, NY 845.236.3265 www.gloriewine.com

Member - Hudson Valley Wine Country Member - Shawangunk Wine Trail

Hudson-Chatham Winery

1900 Route 66, Ghent, NY 518. 392.WINE www.hudson-chathamwinery.com Member - Hudson Valley Wine Country Member - Hudson-Berkshire Beverage Trail

114 Little York Rd., Warwick, NY 845.258-4858 www.wvwinery.com

Whitecliff Vineyard & Winery 331 McKinstry Rd., Gardiner, NY 845.255-4613 www.whitecliffwine.com Member - Hudson Valley Wine Country Member - Shawangunk Wine Trail


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We update our online Calendar of Events monthly. Go to www.experiencethehudsonvalley.com for additional events through the year.

Ongoing

September 18 & 19

Microbrew and Wine Festival Hunter Mountain, Hunter, NY 1.800-Huntermtn www.huntermtn.com Sample fine microbrews and wines of the Hudson Valley, New York State and beyond. Specialty foods and delicacies, plus a variety of arts and crafts vendors and farmers market also included.

Bethel Woods Center for the Arts 200 Hurd Rd., Bethel, NY September 18 & 19 800.745.3000 www.bethelwoodscenter.org Music & history play on. Visit the museum, hear a The Orvis Cup Game Fair Orvis Sandanona concert, and enjoy our Fall Harvest Festivals. 3047 Sharon Tpke/Rte. 44, Millbrook, NY Ongoing April through October 1.800-Huntermtn www.orvis.com/sandanona Free. 9 am - 5 pm. More than 50 upscale vendors, Orange County Fair Speedway at dog training demos, fly-casting demos, falconry, Orange County Fairgrounds shooting instruction and country gourmet food. 100 Carpenter Avenue, Middletown, NY 845.342.2573 www.orangecountyfairspeedway.net September 25 & 26 Races through October. See website or call for schedule. Hudson Valley Garlic Festival Ongoing June 12 through October 17 Cantine Field, Saugerties, NY 845.246.3090 www.hvgf.org Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome Saturday 10am-6pm, Sunday 10am-5pm. 9 Norton Road, Rhinebeck, NY Harvest rituals, music, dance, delicious food, 845.752.3200 www.oldrhinebeck.org camaraderie and fun. Air Shows at 2 pm on weekends. Featuring WWI & Barnstorming Era Airplanes. Museum open September 25 & 26 Native American Festivals of the Hudson Valley daily 10 am - 5 pm. FDR State Park September 11 Yorktown Heights, NY Big Band Concert & Sunset Picnic 718.686.9297 www.redhawkcouncil.org Boscobel Restoration 1601 Route 9D, Garrison Enjoy Native American singing, dancing, food, art, 845.265.3638 www.boscobel.org jewelry, crafts and more! Open 11 am - 7 pm. Celebrate the last days of summer on the great lawn September 29 - October 3 overlooking the Hudson River. Bring a picnic, The Woodstock Film Festival listen and dance to the 20-piece Big Band Sound Woodstock, NY orchestra as they recreate the swinging sounds of 845.679.4265 www.woodstockfilmfestival.com Count Basie, Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington and 10th Anniversary Events. Film and music lovmore. 6-8pm. ers from around the world gather for an innovaSeptember 11 & 12 tive variety of films, first-class concerts, workshops, Hudson Valley Wine & Food Festival celebrity-led panels, and awards ceremony, and at Dutchess County Fairgrounds fantastic parties. Route 9, Rhinebeck, NY October 2 & 3 Toll Free: 888.687.2517or 845.658.7181 Crafts at Rhinebeck www.hudsonvalleywinefest.com Dutchess County Fairgrounds A celebration of wine, food, music and fun. at Route 9, Rhinebeck, NY Saturday 11 am - 6 pm. Sunday 11 am - 5 pm. 845.876.4001 www.craftsatrhinebeck.com September 18 Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 10am-5pm. PreStormville Airport’s Ultimate Yard Sale mier Arts and Crafts show on East Coast. 428 Route 216, Stormville, NY 2 -3 & 9-10 845.221.6561 www.stormvilleairportfleamarket.com October Oktoberfest A bargain hunter’s paradise. Come see what over 250 Hunter Mountain, Hunter, NY families have to sell. Rain or shine, free admission & 1.800.Huntermtn www.huntermtn.com parking, food concessions. October is the time of the harvest, and in the old country, after the harvest is in, it’s time for celebration. Join us in celebrating Oktoberfest in the finest old-world tradition.


Warwick Applefest Village of Warwick, NY 845.987.8300 www.warwickapplefest.com Applefest began in 1989 as a simple harvest celebration. Named one of the “Top 100 Events” in the country, over 35,000 visitors now attend the one-day event, traveling from neighboring states to experience the extraordinary variety of Warwick’s apples, culture, and entertainment. 10am-6pm rain or shine. Admission Free.

October 9-10

Stormville Airport Antique Show & Flea Market 428 Route 216, Stormville, NY 845.221.6561 www.stormvilleairportfleamarket.com Over 600 vendors from more than eight states. Shoppers travel well over one hundred miles, often by the busload, to pursue the hunt for bargains. Extraordinary variety of antiques and collectable, new merchandise and arts and crafts.

October 23-24, 30-31

Legend Weekend Days at Phillipsburg Manor Sleepy Hollow, NY 914.271.8981 www.hudsonvalley.org Games for children, 19th-century magic shows, sing-a-longs, puppet shows, Irish ghost stories, and other kid-friendly Halloween experiences.

October 23-24, 30-31

Legend Weekend Days at Washington Irving’s Sunnyside Tarrytown, NY 914.271.8981 www.hudsonvalley.org Enjoy a rustic October celebration with pumpkin carving, spooky storytelling, open-hearth cooking, and colonial games. Visit the water-powered gristmill, 18th-century barn, and newly restored manor house.

October 16, 23, 29-30

Legend Weekend Nights at Phillipsburg Manor Sleepy Hollow, NY 914.271.8981 www.hudsonvalley.org Lit by candle lanterns and bonfires, Phillipsburg manor brings the Legend of Sleepy Hollow to life! Wander through a haunted landscape filled with goblins and ghosts from Hudson Valley folklore. Creepy and creative large-scale puppets.

Nov. 20-21, Dec. 4-5, 11-12 -- weekends

Wreath Fineries at the Wineries Shawangunk Wine Trail 845.256.8456 www.shawangunkwinetrail.com The Shawangunk Wine Trail’s Holiday Event. Receive a SWT souvenir etched wine tasting glass and a handmade grapevine wreath at the first winery visited and then travel along the Wine Trail visiting the remaining wineries receiveing a beautiful ornament to decorate for your wreath along with complimentary wine tasting. This is a self guided tour.

December 4, 5, 11, 12, 18, and 19

Winter Holiday Trains - Catskill Mountain Railroad 149 Aaron Court, Kingston, NY www.catskillmtrailroad.com The Catskill Mountain Winter Holiday Trains are a great way to get in the season’s spirit. Decorated with lights and ornaments, take a fun ride with Santa on board on. After you’ve put your train under the Christmas Tree, come on out and ride the real thing on the Catskill Mountain Railroad. Winter Holiday Trains / Saturdays and Sundays and the week after Christmas 1:00pm to 4:00pm.

December 5

Holiday Hunt Featuring the 12 Days of Xmas (special for kids) Locust Grove, 2683 South Rd (Rte 9), Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 454-4500 www.lgny.org Search the house for ... three French hens, two turtle doves, and a partridge in a pear tree. 12pm-4pm A Fairy Tale Holiday.

December 4, 5, 11, 12, 18 and 19

A Fairy Tale Holiday Lyndhurst, 635 S. Broadway, Tarrytown, NY 914.631.4481 www.lyndhurst.org A Fairy Tale Holiday Saturdays, 4 pm – 7 pm; Sundays, 3 pm – 6pm: A unique opportunity to visit the mansion at night and enjoy Lyndhurst in its full winter fairy tale beauty. Celebrate the season with live music and hot mulled cider amid the lavishly decorated rooms. Reservations are required.

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October 3

Christmas in November Stormville Airport Antique Show & Flea Market 428 Route 216, Stormville, NY 845.221.6561 www.stormvilleairportfleamarket.com Over 600 vendors from more than eight states. Shoppers travel well over one hundred miles, often by the busload, to pursue the hunt for bargains. Extraordinary variety of antiques and collectable, new merchandise and arts and crafts.

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The Great Jack O Lanern Blaze Van Cortlandt Manor, Croton-on-Hudson, NY 914.271.8981 www.hudsonvalley.org More than 4,000 individually hand-carved, illuminated pumpkins! Meander through a riverside landscape and discover a breathtaking display: snakes, a giant spider web, an undersea aquarium, super-sized dinosaurs, even a colossal Stonehenge ... all made from pumpkins.

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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