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BARDSUMMERSCAPE JULY 1 – AUGUST 14, 2016

Seven inspired weeks of opera, music, theater, dance, film, and cabaret opera

27th season

IRIS

By Pietro Mascagni Conducted by Leon Botstein, music director Directed by James Darrah July 22 – July 31

dance

FANTASQUE

Music by Ottorino Respighi and Gioachino Rossini Choreography by John Heginbotham Puppetry and design by Amy Trompetter Featuring Dance Heginbotham World Premiere July 1 – July 3

BARD MUSIC FESTIVAL PUCCINI AND HIS WORLD August 5 – August 14

theater

DEMOLISHING EVERYTHING WITH AMAZING SPEED Futurist puppet plays by Fortunato Depero Translated, designed, and directed by Dan Hurlin World Premiere July 7 – July 17

For a complete list of events and to order tickets 845-758-7900 | fishercenter.bard.edu Adolfo Hohenstein’s cover for the score and libretto of Iris

BARD MUSIC FESTIVAL

PUCCINI AND HIS WORLD

The Bard Music Festival presents two extraordinary weekends of concerts, panels, and special events exploring the life and times of Italian composer Giacomo Puccini.

WEEKEND ONE August 5–7 Puccini and Italian Musical Culture WEEKEND TWO August 12–14 Beyond Verismo

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For a complete list of events and to order tickets 845-758-7900 | fishercenter.bard.edu Giacomo Puccini, akg-images/Archive Photos


Features

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SCRIMP OR SPLURGE // accommodations 6 6 MUST-TRY RESTAURANTS // food & drink 12 SUMMER BREWS // craft beverages 16 PUT ON YOUR DANCING SHOES // nightlife 18 OPEN AIR FLEA MARKETS // shopping 20 THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE (ALMOST) FREE // antiques

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HUDSON VALLEY MAP

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YOUR GUIDE TO GETTING LOST // parks

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WE’VE GOT CASTLES! // historic sites

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FARM GUIDE

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ART IN THE OPEN // arts 36 FRESH WATER // activities 40 COMMUNITIES new paltz 46 hudson 48 peekskill 50 SUMMER EVENTS

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COUPONS 54

Directory Accommodations................ 56

History Museum.................. 65

Activities............................ 58

Nightlife............................. 65

Antiques............................. 58

Parks................................. 65

Arts.................................... 59

Real Estate......................... 65

Craft Beverages.................. 60

Shopping............................ 65

Education............................61

Tourism Agency.................. 66

Events.................................61

Tours.................................. 66

Food & Drink...................... 62

Transportation..................... 66

Handcrafted Furniture......... 64

Wellness............................. 66

Historic Sites...................... 64

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Get to Know

Theater & Arts

Putnam County

Golfing Annual Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival

Dining

Clock Tower Grill

Explore Putnam on the Go

Putnam County Golf Course

Hiking

Breakneck Ridge

Plan Your Day Trip to Putnam County Today! P UTNAM C OUNTY Where the Countr y Begins

TNAM C OUNTY

Where the Countr y Begins

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ACCOMMODATIONS

Scrimp OR Splurge By Sam Benedict

Choosing whether or not to spend extravagantly on accommodations when you travel is ultimately less about money than it is about your agenda. If you plan on adventuring all day, save your dollars for the kayak rentals. If, however, you’re on a vacation from planning itself, go for a hotel that will make scheduling the day’s activities absolutely effortless.

The Basics

The Works

With proximity to Metro-North, Inn on the Hudson in Peekskill offers affordable waterfront lodging with rooms starting at $97 per night. Fill up on complimentary breakfast so you’ve got the energy for a morning of kayaking with Hudson River Expeditions. On the other side of the river, consider Bear Mountain Bridge Motel in Fort Montgomery. Just a short drive to Bear Mountain, West Point, and many other Hudson Valley highlights, this motel covers the basics, leaving you with cash to spend at places like the Bear Mountain Zoo or the West Point Military Museum, which houses an impressive 60,000 historical Army artifacts. Minimalists and naturalists might prefer to sleep under the stars at the Saugerties/Woodstock KOA Campground based at the foothills of the Catskills. Go traditional with a tent or RV, or rent an on-site cabin. In addition to the essentials, you’ll have access to hot showers and free Wi-Fi.

Head on over to the world-class Mohonk Mountain House located high in the Shawangunk Mountains on Lake Mohonk. Visitors hike miles of scenic trails, relax in the spa, and sip afternoon tea on their wraparound porch overlooking the lake and its stunning surrounds. Others with more culinary inclinations might stay at the Borland House in the Historic Village of Montgomery, located across the street from a farmer’s market and around the corner from Tranquil Touch Day Spa. Guests enjoy farm-to-table breakfasts, lunches, and dinners prepared by a classically trained chef and may further nurture their inner gourmands by participating in on-site cooking classes. Those with a taste for the fantastic will appreciate the funky decor at the Roxbury Motel in Roxbury, which offers visitors themed rooms like The Partridge Nest, inspired by the Partridge family bus, and The Digs, an Indiana Jones-themed suite complete with a 400-gallon saltwater aquarium, sarcophagi, and Mayan stonework.

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Mohonk Mountain House

INSTANT GETAWAYS, MEALS, SPA #1 Resort Spa in the U.S.—Condé Nast Traveler Please call 844.599.9618 or visit www.mohonk.com 10 0 0 M o u n t a in R est R oad N ew Pal tz, New Yo r k 1 2 5 6 1

EXPLORE THE HUDSON HIGHLANDS Golf | World Class Cuisine | Special Events | Weddings | Inn ...With unforgettable golf, impeccable service, and memories that last, The Garrison offers an 18-hole, 72-par public golf course nestled in the Hudson Highlands. Located on the grounds, Valley Restaurant provides world-class cuisine and banquet facilities for weddings and special events.

845.424.3604 thegarrison.com 2015 US 9, Garrison NY

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ACCOMMODATIONS

BRICKTOWN INN

CHURCH DES ARTISTES

This beautifully restored original Haverstraw brick home, circa 1868, with all modern amenities, beckons you to stay and enjoy all the Hudson Valley has to offer. Close to many attractions and fabulous restaurants.• 112 HUDSON AVE HAVERSTRAW (845) 429-8447 bricktowninnbnb.com

Relax in a totally unique 1800s church “upsourced” by artist Julie Hedrick and composer Peter Wetzler. From freshly ironed cotton sheets to free turbo speed wifi, guests are pampered. The lovingly prepared farm-to-table breakfasts are served either in the comfy kitchen or the outdoor garden, weather permitting, are scrumptious. 79 WURTS ST KINGSTON (845) 338-2111 churchdesartists.com

HOTEL DYLAN A boutique hotel located on Rt. 28, the gateway to the Catskills in Woodstock. Artfully designed by the Novogratzs with true bohemian sophistication. 320 MAVERICK RD WOODSTOCK (845) 684-5422 thehoteldylan.com

Located directly across from the Historic Vanderbilt Mansion 1 Sherwood Place, Hyde Park, NY 845-229-8972 Stay@JourneyInn.com JourneyInn.com 8

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ROOSEVELT INN OF HYDE PARK Roosevelt Inn is a uniquely charming independent motel-style inn with 25 rooms and a coffee shop. Close proximity to historic sites, Culinary Institute, and Marist College. • 4360 ALBANY POST RD HYDE PARK (845) 229-2443 rooseveltinnofhydepark.com


536 Haight Ave POUGHKEEPSIE NY 8454541010 www.daysinn.com

4142 Albany Post Rd HYDE PARK NY 8452290088 www.choicehotels.com ®

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FAMILY OWNED FOR 30+ YEARS

GROUP DISCOUNT RATES 100+ TV Channels • Free Wi-Fi • Fitness Area Guest Laundry • Continental Breakfast Handicap Accessible

(845) 255-8865 • abviofnewpaltz.com

7 Terwilliger Lane, New Paltz

Jingle Bell Bed & Breakfast

The 1850 House Inn & Tavern

A 1790’s saltbox house featured in Colonial Homes Magazine. Beautifully decorated separate guest cottage with beamed cathedral ceilings & skylights, full kitchen and private bath. On 5 serene acres with dramatic landscaped pool.

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A boutique hotel and eatery on the scenic Rondout Creek in Historic Rosendale 435 Main Street, Rosendale, New York (845) 658-7800 the1850house.com


25 Orrs Mills Road Salisbury Mills, NY 12577

www.CaldwellHouse.com www.Facebook.com/CaldwellHouseBandB

(845) 496-2954

The Lower Hudson Valley’s only combined Select Registry and Diamond Collection Inn Centrally located by West Point, Storm King Art Center, Brotherhood Winery, Woodbury Common Outlets. Just 60 minutes from NYC. Easily accessible by train.

1700’s Home, 15 Acres, Sweeping Views of Ancient Cliffs, Soaring Birds, Babbling Brook...$595,000

Gardiner, NY 12525 (845) 255-3455 ColucciShandRealty.com Serving the Hudson Valley for over 40 Years!

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FOOD & DRINK

6 must-try restaurants The Corner at Hotel Tivoli 53 Broadway, Tivoli hoteltivoli.org

The Corner From the mid-century furnishings and Murano starburst chandeliers to the steak au poivre and day boat cod with hand-foraged black trumpet mushrooms, The Corner exudes casual sophistication.

Gaskins

2 Church Ave, Germantown gaskinsny.com

Gaskins Airy, sleek, and rustic, Gaskins’s connection to local farmers is strong, and it shines through in their simple fare. Sample their heirloom tomatoes tossed with peaches, basil, and chorizo while dining al fresco.

Prohibition River Climb a sweeping Federal staircase to a sun-drenched dining room and bar where simple ingredients grace the table. Try bacon meatballs doused in sweet tomato chutney with fresh Parmesan or bites of Buffalo cauliflower with blue cheese crumbles and fresh herbs.

Garden House

4 Hardenburgh Ln, Rosendale thegardenhouse12472.wordpress.com

Garden House

Prohibition River

82 Main St, Nyack prohibitionriver.com

Eat in an outdoor garden near a wood-fired oven filled with goat cheese pizzas and grilled red snapper. Middle-Eastern influence permeates dishes like the kofta kabob with parsley, garlic, onion, and freshly whipped lemon-garlic sauce.

Shindig This tiny storefront eatery is packing in patrons with its modest prices and modern takes on comfort food. The mac and cheese blends Gruyère, fontina, béchamel, and truffle oil, with a Parmesan bread crumb crust.

Schatzi’s Pub & Bier Garden 202 Main St, Poughkeepsie schatzispubpk.com

Schatzi’s Pub

Shindig

1 Tinker St, Woodstock woodstockshindig.com

Looking for a slice of Bavaria? Schatzi’s serves up five types of sausage, from Andouille with spicy cheddar to a slow-smoked brat. Order the schnitzel—it comes with a sweet-braised purple cabbage aioli.

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FOOD & DRINK

DAUGHTERS FARE AND ALE Café. Eat in, take out, catering. Great beer, great food. Hudson Valley Strong. • 7466 SOUTH BROADWAY RED HOOK (845) 835-8365 daughtersfareandale.com

HEATHER RIDGE FARM & BEES KNEES CAFE Fiercely local food, served right on the farm. Lunch and brunch every weekend, and monthly Supper Club five-course dinners. • 989 BROOME CENTER RD PRESTON HOLLOW (518) 239-6234 heather-ridge-farm.com

RED HOOK CURRY HOUSE Voted Best Indian Cuisine in the Hudson Valley. Open Every Day. Hundi Buffet Tues. and Sun. Take out and catering available. • 28 E MARKET ST RED HOOK (845) 758-7666 redhookcurryhouse.com

DIEGO’S TAQUERIA Diego’s serves deliciously fresh and responsibly sourced street-style tacos in a spot you won’t want to leave! • 38 JOHN ST KINGSTON (845) 338-2816 diegoskingston.com

MURRAY’S TIVOLI Energetic café housed in a historic 19th century church. Inspired weekly brunch menus reflect local harvest and love of food. • 73 BROADWAY TIVOLI (845) 757-6003 murraystivoli.com

VICO RESTAURANT & BAR Vico Restaurant offers a modern take on traditional Tuscan cuisine in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere and features fresh local ingredients. 136 WARREN ST HUDSON (518) 828-6529 vicorestaurant.com SPRING / SUMMER 2016

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COFFEE    CUPCAKES      COMMUNITY             184  main  street  new  paltz       facebook.com/moxiecup                

 

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r e m m u S Brews

CRAFT BEVERAGES

by Peter Martin

NEWBURGH CREAM ALE

Newburgh Brewing Company’s Cream Ale is a far cry from the off-brand tallboys of your youth. It drinks how an American pale ought to drink, with flavor and some body, but light and crisp enough to be refreshing. At only 4.2% abv you don’t need to feel guilty about having another one. NEWBURGH newburghbrewing.com

ET CETERA Bacchus in New Paltz has been a beer-drinking destination for

over 30 years, so when it started brewing its own in 2013, it became the one to watch. Increasingly renowned for pushing the envelope, Bacchus is making beers unlike any you’ve had before. Try the Et Cetera, a dry-hopped farmhouse ale with a tart kick and a generous helping of citrus. It’s best enjoyed on their outdoor patio on a sunny summer day. NEW PALTZ bacchusnewpaltz.com

PEEKSKILL SOUR At a sessionable 4.5% abv, Peekskill Brewery’s Sour is the perfect sour beer for those of us on the fence about the style. Crisp and clean, it finishes with a mild, refreshing tartness, perfect for a hot day. Visit them at the restaurant and tasting room, just a short walk from the Metro-North train stop in Peekskill. PEEKSKILL peekskillbrewery.com

BABY ELEPHANT Co-founder Nikki Cavanaugh calls Rushing Duck “a

small, family-owned company just trying to make really good beer.” By all accounts, they’re succeeding. Try the Baby Elephant, a tamer, more accessible version of the War Elephant double-IPA designed for session drinking and sunshine. Cavanaugh says “it’s great for sitting outside and drinking by the pool.” What could be better? CHESTER rushingduck.com

FARMER’S DAUGHTER

Man cannot live on light ales alone, and when you’re ready for something heavier, Chatham Brewery has got you covered. The Farmer’s Daughter is a sumptuous depth-charge of rye balanced by just the right amount of hoppy bitterness. Made with rye grown on the close by Hillrock Distillery estate, Farmer’s Daughter is about as local as it gets. CHATHAM chathambrewing.com

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CRAFT BEVERAGES

1857 BARBER’S FARM DISTILLERY Barber’s Farm Distillery produces exceptional vodka with ingredients not available to any other distillery. We use potatoes grown on our family farm and water from our own spring to create a vodka of singular quality in the Barber family tradition of excellence. 3617 NY-30 MIDDLEBURGH (518) 898-8540 1857spirits.com

TUTHILLTOWN DISTILLERY & TUTHILL HOUSE New York’s first whiskey distillery since prohibition. Offering tours, tastings and scenic riverside dining in our historic Tuthill House Restaurant serving American cuisine in a historic 1788 grist mill. The menu is inspired by American country cooking, featuring fresh, local artisan products and ingredients of the Hudson Valley. Come tour our distillery and drink specialty cocktails at the bar or sample unique spirits in our nearby tasting room. 14 GRISTMILL LN GARDINER (845) 255-1527 tuthilltown.com

WHITECLIFF VINEYARD Whitecliff has one of the biggest vineyards in the Valley, a huge selection of fine wines, and an amazing view.• 331 MCKINSTRY RD GARDINER (845) 255-4613 whitecliffwine.com

EL PASO WINERY Welcome to our winery! You’ve finally decided to take the drive along the western side of the mighty Hudson River. We told you we were only 1-1/2 hours or so from the City or NJ. Finally, you’re here! And now, let’s taste! It’s FREE! Wed.-Sun., 11am-6pm. • 742 BROADWAY ROUTE 9W ULSTER PARK (845) 331-8642 elpasowinery.com

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NIGHTLIFE

put on your dancing shoes By Sam Benedict

The Hudson Valley’s dance culture is an intimate one with venues tucked away in towns all over the region. Unbeknownst to most, the Valley supports a thriving swing scene, fueled in part by a regularly replenished supply of liberal arts students on both sides of the river. It can be challenging to find the right hangout if you’re visiting, so we’ve put together list of places you can go to get down.

BSP: Kingston

What was once a vaudeville and movie house is now a destination music venue with plenty of room to bust a move. Dance to everything from the spectral tones of CocoRosie to classic rock and roll mixed by DJ Jonathan Toubin. The front room boasts a full bar, but if you can make it to a show at their 22,000 square-foot back room theater, you’ll get to party under the stage’s aweinspiring proscenium. 323 Wall Street, Kingston Bspkingston.com

Oasis Cafe

If you’re in search of place to dance deep into the night, Oasis Café, open until 4am, is the place for you. This New York City-style club plays house music Tuesdays and Fridays and has an enormous technicolor light display. Looking to get down to some throwbacks? Thursdays are 90’s night. Cost: $3 at the door ages 21 and up, $5 ages 18-20. 58 Main Street, New Paltz Cabaloosa.com.

Rosendale Café

Vegetarian café by day, small town dance joint by night. This community hub has performers every weekend and is the perfect place to listen to folk bands like Jesse Lege and Bayou Brew, a Cajun ensemble, or Mama’s Broke, a bluegrass duo with a raw sound. Thursday is salsa night, with lessons from 7:30 to 8:30 and dancing until 10:30. 434 Main Street, Rosendale Rosendalecafe.com/music.

Billy Joe’s Ribworks

If you’re in the Newburgh waterfront area, Billy Joe’s Ribworks is a great place to boogie. There’s a sprawling indoor space and, in warmer months, a wide open waterfront deck. They bring in a DJ three nights per week, and Tuesdays are reserved for line dancing and country music. This is your venue for Texas two-step on a summer night. 26 Front Street, Newburgh Ribworks.com Check out pictures of these awesome venues  Explorethehudsonvalley.com/blog/dancing-shoes 18

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SHOPPING

OPEN-AIR

FLEA

MARKETS by Jennifer Gutman

It’s the season of the curiously named flea market. The term, which was first introduced in Paris in the early 1920s, stemmed from the idea that the secondhand goods being sold contained fleas. A different (and perhaps even more disconcerting) understanding of the phrase is that we, the shoppers, are the fleas, swarming vendors’ offerings. In any case, flea market browsing is a classic weekend activity. Here are our favorite open-air Hudson Valley flea markets for your summer rummaging. Bonne chance! RINALDI FLEA MARKET

HASTINGS FLEA

Located at 900 Dutchess Turnpike in Poughkeepsie, Rinaldi’s market is run by local Bill Rinaldi, who has been in the auction and flea market industry for over 40 years. In addition to running his own auction firm and appraisal business, Rinaldi holds a flea market every Sunday from April to November, featuring furniture, tools, antiques, records, books, jewelry, and clothing. POUGHKEEPSIE Rinaldifleamarkets.com

Established just three years ago, this waterfront market draws crowds to Hastings-on-Hudson the second Sunday of each summer month. With live music, a handful of food vendors, and dozens of shopping booths with everything from vintage furniture to pets for adoption, it’s a hot summer destination. HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON Hastingsflea.com

BEACON FLEA MARKET Held every fair-weather Sunday from 8am to 3pm, the Beacon Flea Market features a wide array of vendors, with items ranging from furniture to vintage designer bags to retro cookware. As a way of supporting the local economy, the Beacon Flea doesn’t sell food on premise. Spend the day treasure hunting, then grab a beer at The Hop or tacos at Tito Santana Taqueria. BEACON Beaconflea.blogspot.com

STORMVILLE AIRPORT ANTIQUE SHOW & FLEA MARKET The Stormville Flea Market started in 1970 with six tables and a handful of vendors. Now it’s in its 45th season, with over 600 vendors offering merchandise including antiques and collectables, arts and crafts, and jewelry and apparel. Six shows are held per year at the private, abandoned airport in Dutchess County. Admission and parking are free. STORMVILLE Stormvilleairportfleamarket.com

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SHOPPING

BLACKBIRD ATTIC BOUTIQUE A consignment boutique specializing in modern, vintage, and designer clothing & accessories for men and women. Handpicked selection of antiques & restored furniture. Reasonably priced, unique & stylish pieces to adorn your life. • 442 MAIN ST BEACON (845) 418-4840 blackbirdattic.com

CLOVE KITCHEN MARKET A local shop with handcrafted, small-batch, hardto-find specialty foods and kitchen tools. • 7 EAST MARKET ST RED HOOK (845) 835-8026 clovemarket.com

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LAND OF OZ TOYS

Men and women’s clothing featuring Campomaggi, Pas de Calais, Cotelac, J. Brand, Fred Perry, Scotch&Soda and Hudson Shoes. Open every day. 620 WARREN ST HUDSON (518) 828-3918 demarchin.com

Hand-selected educational and fun toys for children of all ages. We offer unique, high quality domestic and European toys and games. • 41 E MARKET ST RHINEBECK (845) 876-1918 landofoztoys.com

PASSIFLORA HOME & GIFTS Exceptional pieces selected for individuality & affordability, including local & handmade items from Soaps, Candles, Jewelry & Accessories to Candies, Artwork, Furniture & more. • 2638 RT 23 HILLSDALE (518) 325-6559 passiflorahome.com 22

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HAWTHORNE VALLEY FARM STORE Full-line organic/natural foods and grocery store open 7 days. Hot food, sandwiches, soup and salad; Organic bakery and biodynamic creamery. 327 COUNTY RT 21C GHENT (518) 672-7500 hvfstore.org


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ANTIQUES

THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE

ARE {almost} FREE

CAST IRON STEER BUST Found at Stormville Airport Antique Show and Flea Market

MID-CENTURY ADJUSTABLE LAMP Found at garage sale in Kingston

PURCHASE PRICE: $65

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MARKET VALUE: $465

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WEST GERMANY POTTERY COLLECTION Found at Rhinebeck Antique Emporiu m

PURCHASE PRICE: $10-$45 MARKET VALUE: $45-$250

WHALE PUZZLE

Kingston Found at Restore,

PURCHASE PRICE: $1 MARKET VALUE: $16

MID-CENTURY EAMES STYLE CHAIR

Found at Lost and Found, Stone Ridge

PURCHASE PRICE: $10 MARKET VALUE: $110

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Whether you’re rambling through rolling foothills, exploring secluded waterfalls, or sunbathing on a mountain summit, the Hudson Valley offers its wilderness as a retreat for those seeking time away from the noise and chaos of modern life. When getting out isn’t enough, it’s time to get lost.

Photo by Steve Aaron

Sam’s Point Preserve

The highest, southern-most point of the Shawangunk Ridge spans 5,000 acres and is home to a rare community of high-altitude pitch pines. Hike a few miles along the bluffs, and you’ll come to a beautiful 187-foot high waterfall located near the trail. The area includes glacial Lake Maratanza, scenic cliffs, and ice caves that are cool even in August. Nysparks.com

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PARKS 1. Slide Mountain

With an elevation of over 4,182 feet, Slide Mountain’s peak is the highest in the Catskills. A rigorous 6.8-mile trail brings hikers 1,700 feet above the parking lot’s elevation and, just before the summit, opens onto a striking view of the valley. Be sure to set aside at least four hours for the hike and an extra 30 minutes for vista gawking. Nynjtc.org

2. Taconic State Park

Home to Brace Mountain, Taconic State Park features a trail that winds through three states—New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts—and arrives at a grassy plateau summit where hikers enjoy the view from the highest point in Dutchess County. After heavy rain, this trail offers cascading waterfalls braiding over slick rocks. On a clear day, the Gunks and the Catskills are visible in the distance. Berkshirehiking.com/hikes/bracemt

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3. Blue Mountain Reservation

This park offers trails for mountain biking and hiking with panoramic Hudson River views. Situated in the northwest quadrant of Westchester, the 1,358-acre park features two large peaks: Mt. Spitzenberg and Blue Mountain. It also features the Sportsman Center, a recreation area offering target ranges. Lodging is available for group rentals. Parks.westchestergov.com/ blue-mountain-reservation

4. Bear Mountain

Rising up from the western bank of the Hudson River and encompassing 4,900 acres of preserved woodland, this park comes with a bird sanctuary on Iona Island. The Bear Mountain Loop Trail is a 4.4-mile moderate hike along the beautiful Hessian Lake. Hike far enough, and you’ll cross the county border into Rockland’s Harriman State Park. Nystateparkstours.com/ bearmountain

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HISTORIC SITES

BANNERMAN CASTLE

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CASTLES! Okay, maybe not all of these buildings technically qualify, but they’ve got that magical mystique we’ve come to expect from traditional castles. Though these Hudson Valley fortresses weren’t designed to withstand sieges or house royalty, their stone walls have engaging stories to tell. by Leah Rabinowitz

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Even in its dilapidated state, this abandoned military surplus warehouse, built to resemble a medieval Scottish castle, is arrestingly beautiful. Erected in 1901 on a small island facing the Hudson Highlands, it lends an air of mystery— if only fleetingly—to hundreds of Metro-North commutes each day. To visit the castle up close, you must be accompanied by a guide and willing to travel by boat. Bannermancastle.org


Open Wed - Sun “The History of our nation is embedded in these Walls.� 10 am - 4 pm April 17, 2016 to November 13, 2016 Guided tours 10:30, 1:15, and 2:45. Reservations recommended for guided general tours;required for group tours. Discounts for children, seniors, groups of 10 or more and Channel 13 members (see website for details).

(845) 236-3126 The Gomez Mill House, home to Jewish pioneers, Revolutionary War patriots, gentlemen farmers, artist-craftsmen, and social activists, was founded as a trading post by Colonial Jewish leader Luis Gomez in 1714, and is the oldest standing Jewish dwelling in North America. Located in New York's Historic Hudson Valley, it is the oldest house in Orange County, on the National Historic Register. Visit us this vacation to see the House. Museum and the Dard Hunter Paper Mill. Picnic tables available in a beautiful historic setting.

11 Mill House Road; Marlboro, NY 12542 email: gomezmillhouse@gomez.org website: www.gomez.org

An unforgettable place in the heart of the Hudson Valley! Tour the mansion and art collection, hike on 180 acres of landscaped gardens, or enjoy special events and programs year-round. Also available for unique parties with up to 150 guests. 2683 South Rd (Rte 9), Poughkeepsie, NY 845-454-4500 www.lgny.org

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WING’S CASTLE This enchanted B&B was built by the late artist Peter Wing and his wife Tori Ann, who shared his affinity for old things. The Gaudí-like house is filled with ethereal trinkets the couple had collected over the course of their relationship. Book a day tour to see the interior décor and exquisite outdoor rock garden, arranged to resemble Stonehenge. Wingscastle.com

LYNDHURST

Photo by Marion Zimmer. Courtesy of Mohonk Preserve.

This 19th-Century Gothic revival country house sits in the midst of a 67-acre park featuring an exquisite rose garden and fernery. Today, the manor houses the private art collection of the estate’s original owner, the robber baron Jay Gould. Guided tours of the gallery are open to the public and can be booked online. Lyndhurst.org

MOHONK PRESERVE GATEHOUSE Built circa 1907 to commemorate the 50th wedding anniversary of Albert Smiley and his wife Eliza, this monumental gatehouse once served as the entrance to the Mohonk Mountain House property. Its circular stone arch frames a carriage road called the Pin Oak Allée with views of the Shawangunk Ridge, making for excellent photo ops. Mohonkpreserve.org History buff? Explore the Hudson Valley’s rich history  Explorethehudsonvalley.com/historic-sites

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Apple Bin Farm Market

• Breakfast & Lunch Sandwiches • Deli • Apple Cider Donuts All Year • Pies, Muffins, Local JB Peel Coffee • Homegrown Fruits, Local Produce • Plants, Trees • Gluten Free Products • Farm Fresh Seasonal Fruit

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Mon, Wed, Thurs, & Fri: 8am-6pm Sat-Sun: 8am-5pm

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Even art enthusiasts need their vitamin D. This summer, visit our top picks in outdoor art venues and events! Whether you’re into music, visual art, or pop culture, you’ll find somewhere to pursue your aesthetic interests under sun and stars.

Sculpture OMI Art Center in Ghent brings you The Fields sculpture park, an annually rotating set of outdoor exhibitions by internationally recognized contemporary and modern artists. And if you happen to be on the Hudson’s west bank, Storm King Art Center in New Windsor has over 100 carefully sited outdoor installations across its 500-acre park. Also be sure to catch the summer-long pop-up outdoor sculpture exhibition In:Site in Rosendale’s Widow Jane Mine, featuring the work of 15 Northeast artists. Omiartcenter.org. Stormking.org. Insiterosendale.org Bernar Venet, Arcs in Disorder at Art Omi.

Theater This year, the esteemed Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival celebrates its 30th anniversary with productions of “Measure for Measure,” “As You Like It,” “Macbeth,” and Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town.” Its picnic-friendly outdoor theater at Boscobel in Garrison looks out onto a breathtaking vista of the Hudson River. Powerhouse Theater’s summer apprentices also perform thespian classics on the grounds of Vassar College in Poughkeepsie. These renditions are free and open to the public. Hvshakespeare.org Powerhouse.vassar.edu

Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival

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West Point Band at Trophy Point

Music West Point Band’s annual “Music Under the Stars” concert series takes place at Trophy Point, an outdoor amphitheater overlooking the Hudson Highlands. Rest assured, they pull out all the stops on July 4th. Slate.adobe.com/a/2KpPX/

EQUIS ART GALLERY The EQUIS ART GALLERY, is a purveyor of sophisticated, non-traditional Equine artwork for the discerning collector. Offering painting, sculpture, fine art photography and more. 15 W MARKET ST RED HOOK (845) 758-9432 equisart.com

Movies What if you’re more into the cinematic arts? The Greenville Drive-In is pampering its patrons with a new beer garden, which serves local brews to pair with their snack shack’s offerings. The theater screens popular classics like Breakfast at Tiffany’s and the work of local emerging filmmakers. Drivein32.com

FRANCES LEHMAN LOEB ART CENTER With Egyptian artifacts, Hudson River landscapes, and works by Picasso, O’Keeffe, and more, great art is closer than you think! Free Admission. • 124 RAYMOND AVE POUGHKEEPSIE (845) 437-5632 fllac.vassar.edu

Tours See more than thirty murals, sculptures, and other examples of urban art in downtown Poughkeepsie on their guided walking tour, or check out local artists’ open studios in Phoenicia (July) and Saugerties (August). Poughkeepsie: Call (845) 486-1378 to book the tour. Phoenicia: Shandakenart.com Saugerties: Saugertiesarttour.com

WOODSTOCK ARTISTS ASSOCIATION & MUSEUM Exhibiting and collecting outstanding regional art since 1919. For upcoming monthly exhibitions, lectures, films, and performances check our website. 28 TINKER ST WOODSTOCK (845) 679-2940 woodstockart.org SPRING / SUMMER 2016

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Fresh Water by Nicole Hitner

The next time it’s 90° out, know that the Hudson Valley has your water-based recreation needs covered. If you’re in the mood for more than a swim, check out our guide to renting boats, water skis, and other gear. Whether you’re looking for the adrenaline rush of whitewater tubing or the zen of a paddleboard yoga session (yes, that’s a thing), you’ll find somewhere to cool off.

Paddleboarding

Kayaking

Hudson River Expeditions Cold Spring and Peekskill hudsonriverexpeditions.com

Atlantic Kayak Tours Saugerties atlantickayaktours.com

I Paddle New York Saugerties ipaddlenewyork.com

Hudson River Expeditions Cold Spring and Peekskill hudsonriverexpeditions.com

Mountain Tops Outfitters Beacon mountaintopsoutfitters.com

Mountain Tops Outdoors Beacon mountaintopsoutfitters.com

Standup Paddle Boards Kingston supkingston.com

Mountain Valley Guides Cornwall-on-Hudson mountainvalleyguides.com

Sailing

Storm King Adventure Tours Cornwall-on-Hudson stormkingadventuretours.com

Croton Sailing School Croton crotonsailing.com Hudson Sailing Kingston hudsonsailing.com Tivoli Sailing Co Tivoli and Saugerties tivolisailing.com

Canoeing

Hudson River Expeditions Cold Spring and Peekskill hudsonriverexpeditions.com

Water Skiing and Wake Boarding NYC Water Ski Mahopac and Peekskill nycwaterski.com

Tubing

Town Tinker Tube Rental Phoenicia towntinker.com

Loving fresh water? Check out the TOP 5 swimming holes in the Hudson Valley  Explorethehudsonvalley.com/blog/best-swimming-in-the-hudson-valley

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GREAT FREEDOM ADVENTURES HUDSON RIVER MARITIME MUSEUM Located in the historic downtown waterfront district, the Museum is open daily beginning April 30. New exhibits: boat building, rowing, cement caves/kilns. Creek-side campus includes Kingston Home Port and Education Center, and our new Riverport Wooden Boat School, offering youth/ adult classes and traditional restoration services for boats. Visiting vessels, events, lectures, gift shop and docking. Become a member; support the Museum! 50 RONDOUT LANDING KINGSTON (845) 338-0071 hrmm.org

Discover the Hudson Valley by bicycle! Tours include lodging, meals, bikes, wine-tasting, river cruises, mansions, art, historic sites & fun! TOURS THROUGHOUT THE HUDSON VALLEY (877) 545-1864 greatfreedomadventures.com

Apple Greens Golf Course Located in the heart of the Hudson Valley!

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New Paltz

by Nicole Hitner

The Hudson Valley Chalk Festival at Water Street Market, New Paltz. hudsonvalleychalkfestival.com

The chance to traipse around New Paltz is well worth braving this college town’s summertime traffic. Once you’ve ditched the car (free parking on Sundays!), you’re just a short walk away from its 54 eateries and dozens of shopping destinations. The village has grown and changed over the years, but mainstays—like the pedestrian-only Water Street Market, boasting a bountiful antique barn, outdoor movie screenings, and boutiques galore—keep fans coming back. During the day, visitors stroll down Huguenot Street, whose stone houses date back to the 1670s and today line the oldest street in the United States. For lunch, they grab a quick bite at Mexicali Blue, a tiny eatery serving top-notch California-style tacos. After a little shopping and a trip to SUNY New Paltz’s Dorsky Museum, they head over to one of the town’s many watering holes. Bacchus, a brick tavern and billiard hall, has been in business for over 40 years; but it’s brewery has just turned three and was ranked tenth-best brewery in New York State by Thrillist last year.

Just outside the village sits the Shawangunk Ridge, its silhouette synonymous with all-things New Paltz. The Shawangunks, or “the Gunks” for short, feature a string of crystal-clear glacial lakes, a network of jaw-droppingly gorgeous hiking trails, and world-class rock climbing. In 2005, National Geographic’s Cliff Ransom called the Gunks “a hallowed name among rockhounds, a sort of Yosemite East, with more routes (1,200 or so) than any single location sunrise-side of the Mississippi.” New on the scene in New Paltz is End Cut, a French-Italian fusion restaurant nestled between the village’s two bookstores serving entrées like house-made ravioli and roast duck with cassis berry sauce. Be sure also to check out the new cocktail bar, Huckleberry, especially if you enjoy creative pub food, fun décor, and board games to go with your brews.

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2016 NEW PALTZ CHALLENGE RUN THE CHEESE PLATE Specializing in fine cheeses, artisan-crafted meats, specialty products, and handmade sweets, this shop and eatery invites you to relax on their wraparound porch. • WATER STREET MARKET, 10 MAIN ST NEW PALTZ (845) 255-2444 cheeseplatenewpaltz.com

Father’s Day, Sunday, June 19. Half-Marathon, Family 5K, and/or kid’s 1-mile run. The halfmarathon along the scenic Wallkill Valley Rail Trail features bucolic New Paltz landscape with sweeping views of the Shawangunk Ridge, the Wallkill River, and Historic Huguenot Street. newpaltzchallenge.com

GARVAN’S

A TAVOLA Serving rustic Italian fare and handmade pastas on mismatched Hudson Valley farm tables in a warm and inviting setting. • 46 MAIN ST NEW PALTZ (845) 255-1426 atavolany.com

RODEWAY INN & SUITES A stay at Rodeway Inn & Suites places you in the heart of New Paltz, convenient to Apple Greens Golf Course and SUNY New Paltz, in close proximity to Loren Campbell Memorial Field and G. Steve Jordan Gallery. • 601 MAIN STREET NEW PALTZ (845) 883-7373 rodewaysuites.com

New American cuisine with a touch of Ireland, supporting local producers,beautifully reimagined 1759 house set in a mature locust grove in historic Huguenot Street. • 215 HUGUENOT ST NEW PALTZ (845) 255-7888 garvans.com

END CUT Inspired contemporary French-Italian fusion cuisine from Chef Jordan Schor, featuring local ingredients and an expertly selected wine list. 5 CHURCH ST NEW PALTZ (845) 633-8714 facebook.com/endcut SPRING / SUMMER 2016

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Hudson by Nicole Hitner

Warren Street, Hudson. Photo by Jesse Turnquist

Once the husk of a manufacturing town, Hudson is now enjoying what New York Times columnist Penelope Green recently called “a boomlet as a cultural hub.” With over 50 antique dealers and almost as many art galleries occupying its fiveblock Warren Street thoroughfare, the town has become a perennial destination for collectors and creatives from all over the Tri-State Area. These past 20 years, Hudson has enjoyed an influx of artistic talent from Brooklyn and other urban neighborhoods in the region, resulting in a staggering 10 percent self-employment rate (the highest in New York State!). From jewelry, fabrics,

and textiles to perfume, furniture, and food—Hudson’s storefronts deliver on artisanal quality. Weekend itineraries to Hudson would do well to include a trip to OMI International Art Center, an outdoor sculpture park just a short drive away in Ghent featuring 60 acres of installations by internationally recognized contemporary and modern artists. Pack a picnic lunch, or begin your afternoon stroll down Warren Street at one of Hudson’s inspiring lunch spots. On one end, you’ll find Grazin’, a farm-to-table burger joint that has been praised far and wide for its flavors and integrity. At the other end, there’s Café le Perche, a French bakery and bistro with a serene garden patio and decadent plates. Whether or not you make it all the way down Warren, do not miss Hudson’s new antique warehouse, which features over a dozen antique collections under one roof. After a tavern steak at Wm. Farmer and Sons, the new taproom and boarding house in town, or a locavore’s feast at Fish & Game, run by Zak Pellacio of Fatty Crab fame, there’s live entertainment to be enjoyed at Helsinki Hudson. This high-end club hosts performances by big names like Yo La Tengo, but there’s also Basilica Hudson, a glue-factoryturned-event space run by Smashing Pumpkins bassist Melissa Auf der Maur, and site of avantgarde music and art performances. Hudson’s cachet as a shopping destination is hard to understate, and it takes its hotels and boarding houses just as seriously. The new Rivertown Lodge plays with early Americana décor while maintaining a modern crispness. Also new to Hudson is the delicious and adorable Talbot & Arding cheese shop on Warren, where connoisseurs can splurge on locally procured cheeses cut to order.

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FLOWERKRAUT We specialize in custom floral design and sauerkraut veggies! Everything; ceramics, candles, papergoods and gift items, are selected largely from NY-based creatives. Beautiful and sustainable! • 722 WARREN ST HUDSON (518) 821-6716 flowerkrauthudson.com

HUDSON CITY BED AND BREAKFAST Historical home featuring king beds, private baths and delicious breakfasts. On Hudson’s best block, a three minute walk to downtown attractions. 326 ALLEN ST HUDSON (518) 822-8044 hudsoncitybnb.com

MILLINERY TREASURES Hand sewing and couture techniques take hat making to a different level. Somewhere between art and magic. Let Millinery Treasures create a special hat for your occasion.• 739 WARREN ST HUDSON (646) 286-3092 millinerytreasures.com

KASURI

Kasuri is a luxury boutique in Hudson selling curated cutting-edge runway fashion “We opened the doors in spring 2014,” says Kasuri owner Layla Kalin. “What’s happened since has been breathtaking. These days I’m working with the crème de la crème, the designers who inspired me into fashion: Yohji Yamamoto, Rei Kawakubo, and Rick Owens.” Kalin knew it would take a little friendly persuasion to get Kasuri off the ground. “We had to knock on a lot of doors,” she says. “Doing this level of fashion upstate didn’t make sense to a lot of brands at first. But I knew. Hudson had a ton of antiques, and antiquing is great, but for a woman with a little money to spend, there was nowhere to satisfy that certain itch. And with the second-homers and young creatives here, there are people who appreciate really high-quality fashion.” Kasuri also markets online, with great success. Kalin had a blue-collar childhood. “For back to school, it was Target or thrift shops. I wore jeans for 25 years straight,” she says. She attended Los Angeles Trade and Technical College and set up up dressmaker’s equipment in her garage, finding her products popular with the likes of Scarlett Johansson and Trent Reznor. “We can work with designers you couldn’t connect to in New York or Los Angeles, where the market’s saturated,” she says. “Rick Owens approached us—I didn’t think we were ready for them yet, but his commercial director approached my buyer when we were in Paris last June.” And the response is growing. “We have impeccable, world-class customer service,” Kalin says. “We had a great Christmas. And people are welcome to come in and just browse and be inspired. If you can’t afford $2,000 pants, I get it. I haven’t always been able to either.” 1 WARREN ST HUDSON (518) 249-4786 kasuri.com SPRING / SUMMER 2016

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Peekskill by Brian PJ Cronin

Riverfront Green Park in Peekskill. Photo by Anne Meadows.

Technically, Peekskill is part of Westchester County, but it’s never really quite fit in there. Since the late 1980s, when Peekskill began luring cash-strapped artists northward with economic incentives, this city of 24,000, tucked into a bend in the river, has been fresher and edgier than the rest of the county. Metro-North stops at Peekskill’s waterfront, offering stunning views of the river and the mountains of Harriman-Bear Mountain State Park across the water as well as a sculpture garden, a playground, and even a small beach. The dining options near the waterfront are as satisfying as the views. Hudson Creamery offers flavorful scoops of Jane’s Ice Cream from Kingston and snacks from Peekskill’s own Homestyle Desserts, while Taco Dive Bar pairs wide-ranging craft beer and tequila selections with maple-glazed pork-belly tacos, chili-smothered nachos, and gluten-free pancakes with ancho-honey butter if you’re there for brunch. The payoff of Peekskill’s longstanding commitment to the arts can be seen in its downtown cultural district, which is an easy 10-minute walk from the river. The newly restored Paramount Hudson Valley Theater, a 1930s landmark, offers diverse programming that

includes big-name comedians and musicians, children’s programming, and even some dog performers. The Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art features the best of Peekskill’s art scene, along with well-known artists from further afield. Downstairs from the celebrated Flat Iron Gallery is the 13-year-old Peekskill Coffee House, whose enormous windows make it an ideal spot to decompress and watch tourists and locals alike hum through the warren of narrow streets in this part of downtown. The quaint architecture and close density of the neighborhood make Peekskill resemble a charming French village, but just a two-minute drive away finds you in the wilds of the Blue Mountain Reservation. Peekskill’s dining scene has finally caught up with its art scene, and on Saturday nights the restaurants are packed. Gleason’s, which opened in 2012, has built up a devoted following thanks to its tangy sourdough crust pizzas with inventive topping combos, like octopus with pesto and arugula. Down on the waterfront, Peekskill Brewery has won several medals at the Great American Beer Festival, and its draft list is endlessly inventive, as is its pub menu, which features duck prosciutto and three kinds of poutine.

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HUDSON RIVER EXPEDITIONS

BIRDSALL HOUSE Craft beer gastropub specializing in locally sourced ingredients from the Hudson Valley with a large outdoor beer garden. • 970 MAIN ST PEEKSKILL (914) 930-1880 birdsallhouse.net

Kayak, canoe, or SUP with family, colleagues, or on your own. We offer tours, rentals, sales, instruction and fitness classes. • 14 MARKET ST COLD SPRING (845) 809-5935 & 1 ANNSVILLE CR PEEKSKILL (914) 737-1202 hudsonriverexpeditions.com

THE COOP ARTS & ANTIQUES

PEEKSKILL COFFEE HOUSE

An eclectic store, vintage and antique home furnishings, lighting, artisanal fashion accessories, jewelry, soaps, cards and kids clothes & toys. • 107 S DIVISION ST PEEKSKILL (914) 737-2194 thecooppeekskill.com

This eclectic coffee shop serves up specialty coffee, made-to-order sweet and savory crepes, live music, trivia and free Wi-Fi.• 101 S DIVISION ST PEEKSKILL (914) 739-1287 peekskillcoffee.com

TRINITY CRUISES

THIRD EYE ARTS

Departs historic Peekskill cruising north into the scenic Hudson Highlands. Sightseeing, Sunset and Fall-Foliage Cruises. Groups, Private Charters. MTA accessible. • RIVERFRONT GREEN PARK

Experience a warm, friendly environment filled with unique, insightful and beautiful paintings, photographs, stained glass, mirrors, cards and much more. • 108 SOUTH DIVISION ST PEEKSKILL (914) 523-8250 thethirdeyestudio.com

30 HUDSON AVE PEEKSKILL (914) 589-7773 trinitycruises.com

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Summer Events 6/18

Newburgh Illuminated, Liberty St. & Broadway, Newburgh • newburghilluminatedfestival.com

7/1-8/14

Bard SummerScape, Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts • fishercenter.bard.edu

7/8

Dutchess County Regional Chamber of Commerce Annual Balloon Festival • dcrcoc.org

8/6-10/2

New York Renaissance Faire, Tuxedo Park • renfair.com/ny

8/20

Chronogram Block Party, Kingston • chronogramblockparty.com

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EVENTS APRIL Rock the Ridge

April 30, Mohonk Preserve, New Paltz Mohonkpreserve.org/rock-the-ridge

MAY Albany Tulip Festival

May 7-8, Washington Park, Albany Albanyevents.org

Gardiner Cupcake Festival May 14, Wright’s Farm, Gardiner gardinercupcakefestival.com

JUNE

STONE HOUSE DAY July 9, 10AM-4PM. Tour colonial-era stone houses, 230-330 years old, costumed guides, militia, colonial crafts, music, plays, children’s activities, cafeteria. Tickets online or call 845-331-4121. 11 MAIN ST HURLEY stonehouseday.org

Mountain Jam

7th Annual Phoenicia International Festival of the Voice

June 2-5, Hunter Mountain Mountainjam.com

Hudson Valley Brew Festival: Beer, Bacon & Bourbon

June 18, Dutchess County Fairgrounds, Rhinebeck Beerbourbonbacon.com

Discover Hudson Valley Bike Ride June 26, Walkway Over the Hudson, Poughkeepsie Bike.nyc/events

JULY The Wassaic Project Summer Exhibition & Festival

August 4-7, Phoenicia phoeniciavoicefest.org

Hudson Valley Rib Fest

August 19-21, Ulster County Fairgrounds, New Paltz Hudsonvalleyribfest.org

Jazz in the Valley

August 21, Waryas Park, Poughkeepsie JazzinthevalleyNY.org

Dutchess County Fair

August 23-28, Dutchess County Fairgrounds, Rhinebeck Dutchessfair.com

July 5-7, The Maxon Mills, Wassaic Wassaicproject.org

SEPTEMBER

Stone House Day

Woodstock-New Paltz Art & Craft Fair September 3-5, Ulster County Fairgrounds, New Paltz Quailhollow.com

July 9, Main Street, Hurley Stonehouseday.org

Hudson Valley Chalk Festival July 22-24, Water Street Market, New Paltz Hudsonvalleychalkfestival.com

Dutchess Dragon Boat Race & Festival July 23, HRRA Community Boathouse, Poughkeepsie Dutchessdragonboat.org

AUGUST Ulster County Fair

August 2-7, Ulster County Fairgrounds, New Paltz Ulstercountyfair.com

CreativesMX Marathon Mini August 3 - 6, Various locations Creativesmx.com/events

Hooley on the Hudson Irish Festival

September 4, TR Gallo Park, Rondout Waterfront, Kingston Ulsteraoh.com

Hudson Valley Wine & Food Festival

September 10-11, Dutchess County Fairgrounds, Rhinebeck Hudsonvalleywinefest.com

ONGOING Stormville Airport Antique Show & Flea Market April, May, July, September-November, Stormville Stormivilleairportfleamarket.com

Smorgasburg

June - October, Hutton Brickyards, Kingston Smorgasburg.com SPRING / SUMMER 2016

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EXPLORE DEALS & DISCOUNTS

Enjoy the offers below from some of the Hudson Valley’s best merchants! Offers available through August 31, 2016. Bring Explore the Hudson Valley to redeem discount. Limited to 1 use per reader. Merchant restrictions may apply. SPRING SEASON TICKET OFFER

2 for the Price of 1 Any performance (excluding flamenco)

25% Off 1 Item over $20.00 in the Museum’s Gift Shop

Bring in this coupon and

Receive a 5% discount on any item. (one per sale)

Enjoy 10% off your entire purchase at the Museum Shop. Excludes tours, memberships, and donations.

Rhinebeck Antique Emporium Customers who bring in this ad will receive a discount on all items purchased over $20 [Single items must be over $20 to qualify]

Enjoy 10% off all in-store merchandise during your visit, including sauerkraut, flowers, plants & more!

Receive 20% off your purchase of $25 or more!

Come in and enjoy $1 off any draught beer!

Gomez Mill House 15% off your next overnight stay, meal at Henry’s, or spa appointment. 54

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$1 off admission with this coupon.


EXPLORE DEALS & DISCOUNTS Passiflora Home & Gifts Mention & present this offer to

Enjoy 10% off your purchase in the cafĂŠ. Admission to Omi is always free.

Receive 10% Off

any purchase of $25 or more

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30% off any one clothing item OR 15% off your entire purchase

Receive 10% off any 1-Hour Full Service Consultation

El Paso Winery Receive 10% OFF all wine purchases (except sale wines) AND an extended FREE wine tasting.

10 % off all Rented Equipment with this Coupon. Not applicable to Tube Taxi Transportation. EHV

Free access to one Walkway Member Moonwalk at Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park.

Enjoy a free delicious cup of organic, fairtrade coffee. Any size.

Stone House Day Free beverage with any sandwich purchase

First Timer Offer: Take $10 Off any full price Massage, Facial or Mani/Pedi Combo

ANNEX

ANTIQUE CENTER 20% Off 1 Item over $20

10% off on original art or museum shop purchase.

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DIRECTORY ACCOMMODATIONS 1850 HOUSE INN & TAVERN

435 MAIN ST, ROSENDALE (845) 658-7800 THE1850HOUSE.COM

Historic Inn & Tavern located on Main Street in the hamlet of Rosendale located between New Paltz and Kingston.

AMERICA’S BEST VALUE INN-NEW PALTZ 7 TERWILLIGER LN, NEW PALTZ (845) 255-8865 ABVIOFNEWPALTZ.COM

We offer the most value for your money when staying for business, pleasure, or just passing through the New Paltz, NY area!

BEAR MOUNTAIN INN

3020 SEVEN LAKES DR, TOMKINS COVE (845) 786-2731 VISITBEARMOUNTAIN.COM

BRICKTOWN INN

112 HUDSON AVE, HAVERSTRAW (845) 429-8447 BRICKTOWNINNBNB.COM

This beautifully restored original Haverstraw brick home, circa 1868, with all modern amenities, beckons you to stay and enjoy all the Hudson Valley has to offer. Close to many attractions and fabulous restaurants.

BUTTERMILK FALLS INN + SPA 220 NORTH RD, MILTON (845) 795-1310 BUTTERMILKFALLSINN.COM

HOTEL DYLAN 320 MAVERICK RD, WOODSTOCK (845) 684-5422 THEHOTELDYLAN.COM

A boutique hotel located on Rt. 28, the gateway to the Catskills in Woodstock. Artfully designed by the Novogratz’s with true bohemian sophistication.

HUDSON CITY BED AND BREAKFAST 326 ALLEN ST, HUDSON (518) 822-8044 HUDSONCITYBNB.COM

Historical home featuring king beds, private baths and delicious breakfasts. On Hudson’s best block, three minute walk to downtown attractions.

JINGLE BELL B&B 302 SWARTEKILL RD HIGHLAND (845) 255-8458 JINGLEBELLBANDB.COM

Jingle Bell’s new guest quarters are located in the entire upstairs of a converted barn. Lovely antiques, beamed cathedral ceilings, fully equipped kitchen and private bath. Landscaped pool in the summer.

JOURNEY INN B&B 1 SHERWOOD PLACE, HYDE PARK (845) 229-8972 JOURNEYINN.COM

Directly across from the Vanderbilt Mansion and just north of the CIA and FDR’s Presidential Home & Library. We offer seven uniquely decorated rooms and suites.

Buttermilk Falls‚ an extraordinary 75-acre Hudson River estate offers a remarkable selection of lodgings, dining, and spa treatments.

MOHONK MOUNTAIN HOUSE

CALDWELL HOUSE BED AND BREAKFAST

Our Victorian castle resort offers Old World charm with modern amenities. Overnight getaways, delicious meals, countless activities, and an award-winning spa.

25 ORRS MILLS RD, SALISBURY MILLS (845) 496-2954 CALDWELLHOUSE.COM

CHURCH DES ARTISTES GUEST HOUSE 79 WURTS ST, KINGSTON (845) 338-2111 CHURCHDESARTISTES.COM

Freshly ironed cotton sheets, farm-to-table breakfast, turbospeed wifi. The artist’s touch throughout in this unique 1800’s “upsourced” church.

DEER MOUNTAIN INN

790 COUNTY RD 25, TANNERSVILLE (518) 589-6268 DEERMOUNTAININN.COM

Arts & Crafts-style accommodations and refined rustic dining blend city sensibilities with Catskill charm.

THE GARRISON

2015 US 9, GARRISON (845) 424-3604 THEGARRISON.COM

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1000 MOUNTAIN REST RD, NEW PALTZ (844) 599-9618 MOHONK.COM

MOUNTAIN MEADOWS BED & BREAKFAST ALBANY POST RD, NEW PALTZ (845) 255-6144 MOUNTAINMEADOWSBNB.COM

A Hudson Valley bed & breakfast with panoramic view. Ideal for nature lovers, hikers, bikers, climbers. Full breakfast, pool, hot tub, private baths, A/C, pet friendly and smoke free.

QUALITY INN HYDE PARK 4142 ALBANY POST RD, HYDE PARK (845) 229-0088

RODEWAY INN & SUITES 601 MAIN ST, NEW PALTZ, NY (845) 883-7373 RODEWAYSUITES.COM

Free continental breakfast and high-speed internet, clean, quiet, and comfortable suites for affordable price at Rodeway Suites. Pet friendly rooms available.


101 Years in Making the Experience the glory and become part of the history. New York State Resident Lodging Discounts available. VisitBearMountain.com to book your getaway. 3020 Seven Lakes Drive Bear Mountain, New York 10911 (845) 786-2731 | VisitBearMountain.com

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DIRECTORY HUDSON RIVER EXPEDITIONS 14 MARKET ST, COLD SPRING & 1 ANNSVILLE CIRCLE, PEEKSKILL (845) 809-5935 (CS) AND (914) 737-1202 HUDSONRIVEREXPEDITIONS.COM

HRE provides individual, family, and corporate adventures by kayak, canoe, or SUP. Escape through tours, rental, sales, or instruction.

HUDSON RIVER VALLEY TOURS PO BOX 474, ROSENDALE (845) 658-3101 HRVTOURS.COM

GEORGE COLE AUCTIONEERS Whether you are buying or selling, we’ll give you hundreds of reasons to love us! We have a spectacular schedule of quality estate & real estate auctions. Celebrating 42 years in business! 7578 NORTH BROADWAY RED HOOK (845) 758-9114 georgecoleauctions.com

ROOSEVELT INN 4360 ALBANY POST RD, HYDE PARK (845) 229-2443 ROOSEVELTINNOFHYDEPARK.COM

Roosevelt Inn is a charming, updated motel-style inn with close proximity to historic sites, Culinary Institute and Marist College.

THE ROXBURY

Hudson River Valley tours provides customized itinerary planning with a step-on guide for groups visiting the historic, scenic Hudson River Valley.

JUCKAS STABLES 1204 NY-302, PINE BUSH (845) 361-1429

Celebrating 50+ years of HORSEBACK RIDING! Beautiful trails, quality horses, lessons, experienced wranglers, parties, gift certificates. Call for reservations.

SKYDIVE THE RANCH 55 SANDHILL RD, GARDINER (845) 255-4033

Make your first skydive from 13,500 feet. Open 7 days a week. April-October. Call for reservations, NOW!!!!!

STORM KING ADVENTURE TOURS

2258 COUNTY HWY 41, ROXBURY (607) 326-7200

178 HUDSON ST, CORNWALL-ON-HUDSON (845) 534-7800 STORMKINGADVENTURETOURS.COM

THEROXBURYMOTEL.COM

TOWN TINKER TUBE RENTAL

Internationally acclaimed, award-winning hotel and spa renowned for its “decadently-over-the-top” themed rooms. Design should be fun.

WM. FARMER AND SONS 20 SOUTH FRONT ST, HUDSON (518) 828-1635 WMFARMERANDSONS.COM

An intimate 10-room hotel in the heart of historic Hudson. Known for our eclectic charm and comfort, our 1830’s inn now features a restaurant, barroom, and coffee shop. Authentic farm-to-table cuisine and craft cocktails served up daily.

ACTIVITIES APPLE GREENS GOLF COURSE 161 SOUTH ST, HIGHLAND (845) 883-5500 APPLEGREENS.COM

Located in the heart of the Hudson Valley!

HUDSON RIVER CRUISES

10 BRIDGE ST, PHOENICIA (845) 688-5553 TOWNTINKER.COM

Experience the thrill of whitewater inner tubing down Esopus Creek. Memorial Day—Sept. 30 (After Labor Day by reservation. 9am–4pm.)

TRINITY CRUISES LOCATION: RIVERFRONT GREEN PARK 30 HUDSON AVE, PEEKSKIL (914) 589-7773 TRINITYCRUISES.COM

Hudson River cruises aboard the EVENING STAR, departing from historic Peekskill. Public Sightseeing, Sunset, Fall-Foliage Cruises, Private Charters & Groups.

WOODSTOCK FARM SANCTUARY 2 RESCUE RD (FORMERLY EPWORTH LN), HIGH FALLS, NY (845) 247-5700 WOODSTOCKSANCTUARY.ORG

Visit over 300 rescued farm animals, learn their stories and about our fight against factory farming. Open weekends only.

ANTIQUES

1 EAST STRAND ST, KINGSTON (845) 340-4700

A COLLECTOR’S EYE

HUDSONRIVERCRUISES.COM

511 WARREN ST, HUDSON (518) 671-6130 ACOLLECTORSEYE.COM

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DIRECTORY ANNEX ANTIQUES CENTER

7578 NORTH BROADWAY, RED HOOK (845) 758-2843 FACEBOOK.COM/ANNEXANTIQUES

30+ dealers in shop featuring antique, vintage & collectible items. Glassware, jewelry, fine art, coins, books, toys, unique gifts. Ample parking. Handicapped Accessible.

ANTIQUE CENTER AT RHINEBECK ANTIQUE EMPORIUM

5229 ALBANY POST RD, RHINEBECK (845) 876-8168 RHINEBECKANTIQUEEMPORIUM.COM

7,000 sq. ft. 40 + dealer antique mall and auction gallery nestled between Rhinebeck and Hyde Park. Where collectors find the unique and the beautiful. Mon-Sun 10-5.

BEEKMAN ARMS ANTIQUE MARKET

24 W MARKET ST, RHINEBECK (845) 876-3477

Behind the Beekman Arms, in a classic red barn, a Rhinebeck-style multi-dealer antique emporium. A beautiful setting, high quality.

THE COOP ARTS & ANTIQUES

107 S. DIVISION ST, PEEKSKILL (914) 737-2194 THECOOPPEEKSKILL.COM

Antique and vintage home furnishing, lighting, antiquarian maps, unique gifts, jewelry, stationery. An eclectic store with something for everyone.

GEORGE COLE AUCTIONEERS

7578 N BROADWAY, RED HOOK (845) 758-9114 GEORGECOLEAUCTIONS.COM Whether you are buying or selling, we’ll give you hundreds of reasons to love us! We have a spectacular schedule of quality estate & real estate auctions. Celebrating 42 years in business!

HUDSON ANTIQUES DEALERS ASSOCIATION 5 MILL CREEK DR, EAST GREENBUSH (518) 248-2643 HUDSONANTIQUES.NET

BASILICA HUDSON

110 S. FRONT ST, HUDSON (518) 822-1050

Basilica Hudson is a non-profit multidisciplinary arts center in Hudson, NY, supporting the creation, production and presentation of arts and culture.

CREATIVESMX

180 SOUTH BROADWAY (917) 363-2184 CREATIVESMX.COM

Tri-County Creativity Marathon to explore, master, perform, present & promote the arts. Take the HV challenge for new, emerging & ready creatives.

DEER HILL FARM CROSS STITCHING

1225 RT 9-G SUITE D, HYDE PARK (845) 229-0246

Deer Hill carries everything and anything to do with cross stitching supplies, threads of all kinds, fabrics in several sizes, buttons, charms and over 2000 patterns.

EQUIS ART GALLERY

15 WEST MARKET ST, RED HOOK (845) 758-9432 EQUISART.COM

The Equis Art Gallery, is a purveyor of sophisticated, non-traditional Equine artwork and more, for the discriminating collector.

EXPOSURES GALLERY

1357 KINGS HWY, SUGAR LOAF (845) 469-9382 EXPOSURES.COM

Open Wednesday to Sunday, 11 to 5. Since 1979 photographer Nick Zungoli has been capturing the beauty of the Hudson Valley and worldwide travel images. Exhibits, photo workshops, commissions, stock.

FISHER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS AT BARD COLLEGE

BARD COLLEGE, 60 MANOR RD, ANNANDALE-ON-HUDSON, NY (845) 758-7900 FISHERCENTER.BARD.EDU

The Fisher Center for the Performing Arts presents world-class music, opera, theater, and dance in its stunning Frank Gehry-designed Bard campus center.

The Hudson Antiques Dealers Association (HADA) represents over 60 businesses in the City of Hudson, New York.

KAATSBAAN INTERNATIONAL DANCE CENTER

MILLBROOK ANTIQUES MALL

1405 COUNTY ROUTE 22, GHENT (518) 392-4747 OMIARTSCENTER.ORG

3301 FRANKLIN AVE, MILLBROOK (845) 677-9311 MILLBROOKANTIQUESMALL.COM

5,000 square feet, 25 dealers, antique furniture, vintage collectibles, fine art, home accessories, jewelry—since 1979.

ARTS ARTS SOCIETY 0F KINGSTON

97 BROADWAY, KINGSTON (845) 338-0333 ASKFORARTS.COM

First Saturday art opening receptions, dance classes, painting classes, life drawing, music and theater performances, and more.

120 BROADWAY, TIVOLI (845) 757-5106 KAATSBAAN.ORG

OMI INTERNATIONAL ARTS CENTER

This 120-acre contemporary sculpture park hosts public performances, exhibitions, education programs and international residencies. Free & open to the public.

PERFORMANCE SPACES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY (PS21)

ROUTE 2980 ROUTE 66, CHATHAM (518) 392-6121 PS21CHATHAM.ORG

Music, dance, film & variety one mile north of Chatham. Celebrating our 11th year under our spacious tent. Annual August Festival of Dance. SPRING / SUMMER 2016

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HAWTHORNE VALLEY WALDORF SCHOOL Early childhood through grade 12 independent Waldorf school on a 500-acre biodynamic farm. A remarkable place to study, live, learn and grow. • 327 COUNTY RT 21C GHENT (518) 672-7092 hawthornevalleyschool.org

SAMUEL DORSKY MUSEUM OF ART SUNY NEW PALTZ (845) 257-3844 NEWPALTZ.EDU/MUSEUM

COLUMBIA-GREENE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Columbia-Greene Community College offers 40 dynamic programs, a lively campus life and proximity to major cultural centers. • HUDSON (518) 828-4181 MyCommunityCollege.com

CRAFT BEVERAGES

Over 9,000 feet of exhibition space distributed over six galleries. “Campsite: Hudson Valley Artists 2016” opening June 18.

1857 SPIRITS BARBER’S FARM DISTILLERY

STORM KING ART CENTER

We are a farm-based distillery, creating hand crafted small batch potato vodka on the farm in Middleburgh, NY.

1 MUSEUM RD, NEW WINDSOR (845) 534-3115 STORMKING.ORG

Storm King Art Center, one of the world’s leading sculpture parks, encompasses over 500 acres of rolling hills, woodlands, and fields that provide a backdrop for over 100 large-scale sculptures.

THIRD EYE ARTS 108 SOUTH DIVISION ST, PEEKSKILL (914) 523-8250 THETHIRDEYESTUDIO.COM

Third Eye Arts is a unique gallery filled with beautiful and insightful paintings, photographs, stained glass, mosaics and much more.

VASSAR & NEW YORK STAGE AND FILM’S POWERHOUSE THEATER 124 RAYMOND AVE, POUGHKEEPSIE (845) 437-5599 POWERHOUSE.VASSAR.EDU

Vassar & New York Stage and Film’s Powerhouse Theater is dedicated to the development of new works for theater /film, and the training of young artists.

WOODSTOCK ARTISTS ASSOCIATION & MUSEUM 28 TINKER ST, WOODSTOCK (845) 679-2940 WOODSTOCKART.ORG

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TASTING ROOM: 3609 STATE ROUTE 30 MIDDLEBURGH, NY OFFICE: 129 COSTA RD HIGHLAND (917) 620-7111 1857SPIRITS.COM

BLACK DIRT DISTILLERY 114 LITTLE YORK RD, WARWICK (845) 258-6020 BLACKDIRTDISTILLERY.COM

Formed in 2012, Black Dirt occupies a 4,000 sq. ft. facility with a 60 ft. distillation column and produces some of the region’s finest whiskies and applejack.

CHRISTOPHER JACOBS WINERY AT PENNINGS VINEYARDS 320 CRAWFORD ST, PINE BUSH (845) 728-8066 CHRISTOPHERJACOBSWINERY.COM

Farm winery offering wine tastings, finger foods, picnic area, vineyard views and LIVE music certain days. OPEN Saturdays & Sundays, 12-5pm, June-October.

EL PASO WINERY 742 BROADWAY, ROUTE 9W, ULSTER PARK (845) 331-8642 ELPASOWINERY.COM

Welcome to our winery! You finally decided to take the drive along the western side of the mighty Hudson River. I told you we were only 1-1/2 hours from the City and NJ. You’re here now, so let’s taste. It’s FREE! Wed-Sun, 11am-6pm.


DIRECTORY SHAWANGUNK WINE TRAIL P.O. BOX 526 (845) 256-8456 SHAWANGUNKWINETRAIL.COM

Nestled between the Shawangunk Mountains and the Hudson River, lies the Shawangunk Wine Trail, a group of fifteen diverse wineries!

TUTHILL HOUSE

PHOENICIA FESTIVAL OF THE VOICE

90 MAIN ST, PHOENICIA (845) 688 3291 PHOENICIAVOICEFEST.ORG

The Festival offers world class music, this year based on Shakespeare and the British Isles.

STONE HOUSE DAY

11 MAIN ST, HURLEY (845) 331-4121 STONEHOUSEDAY.ORG

14 GRISTMILL LN, GARDINER (845) 255-1527 TUTHILLHOUSE.COM

New York’s first whiskey distillery since prohibition. Offering tours, tastings and scenic riverside dining in our historic Tuthill House Restaurant.

WHITECLIFF VINEYARD 331 MCKINSTRY RD, GARDINER (845) 255-4613 WHITECLIFFWINE.COM

Visit our 25 acre vineyard to sample hand-crafted Hudson Valley wines with a beautiful view of the Shawangunk Ridge! Open daily 11:30am-5:30pm.

EDUCATION

July 9, 10am-4pm. Tour colonial era stone houses, 230-330 years old, costumed guides, militia, crafts, music, plays, cafeteria. Tickets online or call.

ULSTER COUNTY FAIR

LIBERTYVILLE RD, NEW PALTZ (845) 355-1380 ULSTERCOUNTYFAIR.COM

Annual Ulster County Fair at the fairgrounds in New Paltz, NY. August 2-August 7

FARMS APPLE BIN FARM MARKET

810 BROADWAY, ULSTER PARK (845) 339-7229 THEAPPLEBINFARMMARKET.COM

BARD COLLEGE 30 CAMPUS RD, ANNANDALE-ON-HUDSON (845) 758-6822 BARD.EDU

Homegrown fruits and veggies, breakfast and lunch, deli, fresh coffee, cider donuts, pies, gift items, plants April-Dec 31.

COLUMBIA-GREENE COMM. COLLEGE

HAWTHORNE VALLEY FARM

HUDSON (518) 828-4181 MYCOMMUNITYCOLLEGE.COM

MAPLEBROOK SCHOOL

327 COUNTY ROUTE 21C, GHENT (518) 672-7500 HAWTHORNEVALLEYFARM.ORG

5142 ROUTE 22, AMENIA (845) 373-8191 MAPLEBROOKSCHOOL.COM

500-acre Biodynamic farm with kraut cellar, organic bakery, creamery, full-line organic/natural foods and grocery store, CSA and more.

MOUNTAIN LAUREL WALDORF SCHOOL

JONES FARM

16 S. CHESTNUT, NEW PALTZ MOUNTAINLAUREL.ORG

EVENTS HUDSON VALLEY EXPOSITION

190 ANGOLA RD, CORNWALL (845) 534-4445 JONESFARMINC.COM

Baked and grown just like home. Homegrown fruits and veggies in season, bakery, gourmet foods, and observation beehive. Pick your own pumpkins.

1 S. DIVISION ST, PEEKSKILL (914) 737-3600 HVEXPOSITION.COM

SHALIMAR ALPACAS OF WARWICK

HUDSON VALLEY SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL

Small alpaca farm come close and personal with these sweet and soft animals. We offer alpaca breeding, alpaca sales, fiber, products and weaving lessons.

The Hudson Valley Exposition festival, sponsored by the Hudson Valley Gateway Chamber of Commerce, celebrates our region’s past, present & future. 1601 NY-9D (845) 265-9575 HVSHAKESPEARE.ORG

Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival runs plays in repertory from June to August under an outdoor theater tent overlooking the Hudson Highlands in Garrison , NY.

NEWBURGH ILLUMINATED FESTIVAL BROADWAY AND LIBERTY, NEWBURGH (718) 614-2612 NEWBURGHILLUMINATEDFESTIVAL.COM

The Newburgh Illuminated Festival celebrates the historically-rich, and culturally diverse city along the Hudson. All-day fun!

164 EAST RIDGE RD, WARWICK (845) 258-0851 OR (845) 545-9702 INFO@SHALIMARALPACAS .COM

THE SHOPS AT JONES FARM

190 ANGOLA RD, CORNWALL (845) 534-4445 JONESFARMINC.COM

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

THE SOUTHLANDS FOUNDATION

5771 ROUTE 9, RHINEBECK (845) 876-4862 SOUTHLANDS.ORG

The oldest Public Riding School in the Hudson Valley on 200 acres overlooking the Hudson River. We are a non-profit organization and will remain forever green. SPRING / SUMMER 2016

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CHATHAM REAL FOOD MARKET CO-OP

LANDMARK INN

The Co-op is a unique and friendly communityowned market and café, featuring local farms and organic fare. Stop by! • 15 CHURCH ST (ROUTE 203) CHATHAM (518) 392-3353 Visit us on facebook

Fine dining in a 236-year-old casual country inn. One mile north of the village of Warwick, on route 94. • 526 RT 94 NORTH WARWICK (845) 986-5444 landmarkinnwarwick.com

FOOD & DRINK

CLOVE KITCHEN MARKET

BEES KNEES CAFÉ AT HEATHER RIDGE FARM 989 BROOME CENTER RD, PRESTON HOLLOW (518) 239-6234 HEATHER-RIDGE-FARM.COM

Fiercely local food, served right on the farm. Lunch and brunch every weekend, and monthly Supper Club five course dinners.

BIRDSALL HOUSE 970 MAIN ST, PEEKSKILL (914) 970-1880 BIRDSALLHOUSE.NET

Craft Beer Gastro pub specializing in locally sourced ingredients from the Hudson Valley with a large outdoor beer garden.

CHARLOTTE’S RESTAURANT 4258 RT. 44, MILLBROOK (845) 677-5888 CHARLOTTESNY.COM

Sit in our Perennial Garden and Enjoy the Magic! Perfect for dinner for two or a friendly family gathering.

CHATHAM REAL FOOD MARKET CO-OP 15 CHURCH ST (ROUTE 203), CHATHAM (518) 392-3353 VISIT US ON FACEBOOK

7 EAST MARKET ST, RED HOOK (845) 835-8026 CLOVEMARKET.COM

Our mission is to curate a unique collection of handcrafted, artisanal food and kitchenware for your delight and inspiration.

DAUGHTERS FARE & ALE

7466 SOUTH BROADWAY, RED HOOK (845) 835-8365 DAUGHTERSFAREANDALE.COM

Café. Eat in, take out, catering. Great beer, great food. Hudson Valley Strong.

DIEGO’S TAQUERIA

38 JOHN ST, KINGSTON (845) 338-2816 DIEGOSKINGSTON.COM

Diego’s Taqueria serves deliciously fresh and responsibly sourced street-style tacos in a spot you won’t want to leave! We also do catering.

END CUT

5 CHURCH ST, NEW PALTZ (845) 633-8714

Inspired contemporary French-Italian fusion cuisine from Chef Jordan Schor, featuring local ingredients and an expertly selected wine list.

GARVAN’S

215 HUGUENOT ST, NEW PALTZ (845) 255-7888 GARVANS.COM

The Co-op is a unique and friendly communityowned market and cafe, featuring local farms and organic fare. Stop by!

THE HOP

THE CHEESE PLATE

LA DELIZIOSA ITALIAN PASTRY SHOPPE

WATER STREET MARKET 10 MAIN ST, NEW PALTZ (845) 255-2444 CHEESEPLATENEWPALTZ.COM

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554 MAIN ST, BEACON (845) 440-8676 THEHOPBEACON.COM

Local craft beer, spirits & artisanal fare. Seasonal outdoor biergarten & special events. 10 MT CARMEL PL, POUGHKEEPSIE (845) 471-3636 LADELIZIOSANY.COM

LANDMARK INN

526 ROUTE 94 NORTH, WARWICK (845) 986-5444 LANDMARKINNWARWICK.COM


08.06.2016 ROCK THE GREEN

1:00PM TO 9:00PM

Starting at 4pm!

Music by Christine Ohlman & Rebel Montez, Professor Louie & The Cromatix with the Woodstock Horns, The Best of the Eagles and Broadway’s Rock of Ages Band

Suggested Donation $10 Per Person (Adults 18 and Over)

www.hvexposition.com www.hvexposition www. hvexposition.com

FOR THE LOVE OF PEEKSKILL WHERE LOVERS OF FOOD, HISTORY, ART, ENTERTAINMENT & CULTURE GATHER.

EXPLORE DOWNTOWN PEEKSKILL, NY http://tinyurl.com/DTP-explore PAID FOR BY THE PEEKSKILL BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT

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DIRECTORY HANDCRAFTED FURNITURE HUNT COUNTRY FURNITURE 16 DOGTAIL CORNERS RD, WINGDALE (845) 832-6522 HUNTCOUNTRYFURNITURE.COM

Making handcrafted wood furniture using age-old techniques since 1926!

HUNT COUNTRY FURNITURE FACTORY STORE 2549 RT 22, DOVER PLAINS (845) 832-3746 HUNTCOUNTRYFURNITURE.COM

HELSINKI HUDSON A Hudson hot spot, boasting an open Ballroom with bar on the second floor and access to the main dining room, large outdoor courtyard and nightclub. • 405 COLUMBIA ST HUDSON (518) 828-4800 helsinkihudson.com

MOXIE CUP COFFEE 184 MAIN ST, NEW PALTZ (845) 255-2253 MOXIECUP.COM

Cozy café with indoor and outdoor seating, full espresso bar, and scratch made baked goods including HV’s Best Cupcakes.

MURRAY’S 73 BROADWAY, TIVOLI (845) 757-6003 MURRAYSTIVOLI.COM

Energetic café housed in a historic 19th century church. Inspired weekly brunch specials, coffee to-go, and a unique events venue.

PEEKSKILL COFFEE HOUSE 101 SOUTH DIVISION ST, PEEKSKILL (914) 739-1287 PEEKSKILLCOFFEE.COM

This eclectic coffee shop serves up specialty coffee, made-to-order sweet and savory crepes, live music, trivia and free Wi-Fi.

Making handcrafted wood furniture using age-old techniques since 1926!

HISTORIC SITES GOMEZ MILL HOUSE 11 MILL HOUSE RD, MARLBORO (845) 236-3126 GOMEZ.ORG

Oldest standing Jewish dwelling in North America; oldest historic house on the National Register of Historic Places in Orange County.

HISTORIC HUGUENOT STREET 81 HUGUENOT ST, NEW PALTZ (845) 255-1660 HUGUENOTSTREET.ORG

A National Historic Landmark District and museum dedicated to preserving the legacy of the Huguenot families who helped make America. Tours and special events year-round.

LOCUST GROVE ESTATE 2683 SOUTH RD, POUGHKEEPSIE (845) 454-4500 LGNY.ORG

200-acre estate overlooking the Hudson River; 40-room Italianate mansion open for guided tours, gardens, hiking trails, art galleries.

OLANA PARTNERSHIP/OLANA STATE HISTORIC SITE 5720 STATE ROUTE 9G, HUDSON (518) 828-0135 OLANA.ORG

28 EAST MARKET ST, RED HOOK (845) 758-2666 REDHOOKCURRYHOUSE.COM

Hudson River School artist Frederic Church (1826-1900) designed Olana, his home, studio, and farm which showcases panoramic views of the Hudson Valley.

SUNFLOWER NATURAL FOODS MARKET

OLD RHINEBECK AERODROME

RED HOOK CURRY HOUSE

75 MILL HILL RD, WOODSTOCK (845) 679-5361 SUNFLOWERNATURAL.COM

Fresh, organic produce daily, local & gourmet foods & artisan goods. Second location in at 24 Garden St. Rhinebeck, featuring Sunflower Café (845) 876-0798.

VICO RESTAURANT & BAR 136 WARREN ST, HUDSON (518) 828-6529 VICORESTAURANT.COM

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9 NORTON RD, RED HOOK (845) 752-3200 OLDRHINEBECK.ORG

Come see early aeroplanes, automobiles, engines and memorabilia from 1900-1939. Weekend airshows mid-June–mid-October. Museum open daily May-October.

WEST POINT TOURS P.O. BOX 268, HIGHLAND FALLS (845) 446-4724 WESTPOINTTOURS.COM

Take an exciting guided tour of the United States Military Academy at West Point. Tours leave from the Visitors Center Daily.


DIRECTORY HISTORY MUSEUM

KASURI

HUDSON RIVER MARITIME MUSEUM

Cutting-edge fashion for men & women from brands including Comme des Garcons, Yohji Yamamoto, Rick Owens, Vivienne Westwood and more.

50 RONDOUT LANDING, KINGSTON (845) 338-0071 HRMM.ORG

Historical exhibits; visiting vessels; events; lectures; gift shop; docking; Kingston Home Port; Boat School. 2016: boat building, cement caves/ kilns, rowing.

NIGHTLIFE CLUB HELSINKI HUDSON

405 COLUMBIA ST, HUDSON (518) 828-4800 HELSINKIHUDSON.COM

PARKS

1 WARREN ST, HUDSON (518) 249-4786 KASURI.COM

LAND OF OZ TOYS 41 EAST MARKET ST, RHINEBECK (845) 876-1918 LANDOFOZTOYS.COM

Land of Oz carries hand-selected educational and fun toys for children of all ages. We offer unique, high-quality domestic and European toys and games.

MILLINERY TREASURES

WALKWAY OVER THE HUDSON

61 PARKER AVE, POUGHKEEPSIE (845) 454-9649 WALKWAY.ORG

REAL ESTATE COLUCCI SHAND REALTY

2356 ROUTE 44/55 (845) 255-3455 COLUCCISHANDREALTY.COM

Organically grown and locally owned. Serving the Hudson Valley with farms and country homes.

STEVENS REALTY GROUP

171 MAIN ST, NEW PALTZ (845) 256-8868 STEVENSREALTYGRP.COM

Stevens Realty Group & Property Management is a boutique Real Estate and Property Management company servicing the beautiful Hudson Valley region.

SHOPPING BLACKBIRD ATTIC BOUTIQUE

442 MAIN ST, BEACON (845) 418-4840 BLACKBIRDATTIC.COM

A consignment boutique that specializes in a mix of well-curated modern, vintage and designer clothing, as well as antique and repurposed furniture.

CRAFTS PEOPLE

262 SPILLWAY RD, WEST HURLEY (845) 331-3859

The largest crafts gallery in the Hudson Valley representing the work of over 500 artisans: glass, pottery, jewelry, fiber, wood and more.

DE MARCHIN

620 WARREN ST, HUDSON (518) 828-3918 DEMARCHIN.COM

FLOWERKRAUT

722 WARREN ST, HUDSON (518) 821-6716 FLOWERKRAUTHUDSON.COM

Flowerkraut is an eclectic mixture of floristry, plants and handmade gift items, as well as Sauerkraut Seth’s famous lacto-fermented vegetables.

739 WARREN ST, HUDSON (646) 286-3092 MILLINERYTREASURES.COM

Couture techniques and fabrics take hat making to a new level. Let Millinery Treasures create a special hat for your occasion.

NEW PALTZ REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 257 MAIN ST, NEW PALTZ (845) 255-0243 NEWPALTZCHAMBER.ORG

The New Paltz Regional Chamber of Commerce creates a sustainable environment for its membership and community.

PASSIFLORA HOME & GIFTS 2638 STATE ROUTE 23, HILLSDALE (518) 325-6559 PASSIFLORAHOME.COM

Exceptional, affordable pieces including many local & handmade items from Soaps, Candles, Jewelry and Accessories - to Candies, Artwork, Furniture and more!

PEEKSKILL BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT 16 SOUTH DIVISION ST, PEEKSKILL (914) 737-2780

PEGASUS FOOTWEAR 27 N CHESTNUT ST, NEW PALTZ (845) 256-0788 PEGASUSSHOES.COM

POUGHKEEPSIE PLAZA 2600 SOUTH RD, POUGHKEEPSIE (845) 471-4265

Personal service, knowledgeable salespersons, easy access, one level, owner operated, enclosed. Marshalls, Jo-Ann Fabrics & Crafts, Modells, TGIF, and specialty shops. Mon–Fri 10am-9pm, Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 12-5pm.

ROCK AND SNOW 44 MAIN ST, NEW PALTZ (845) 255-1311 ROCKANDSNOW.COM

Rock and Snow is an outdoor sports outfitter specializing in rock climbing, ice climbing, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, and backpacking.

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DIRECTORY SIERRA LILY 1955 SOUTH RD, POUGHKEEPSIE (845) 297-1684

Unique and beautiful jewelry, gifts, and personal accessories. Pandora, Alex and Ani, Brighton, Vera Bradley, Crabtree & Evelyn and so much more!

TOURISM AGENCY PUTNAM COUNTY TOURISM OFFICE VISITPUTNAM.ORG

SHEILAA HITE - INTUITIVE COUNSELOR Life & Success Coach. Tarot, Astrology, Past Life Regression, Hypnotherapy, Palmistry, Mediumship. Consult in person, by phone or skype. Classes/ Parties/Events • ‘TOP 100 PSYCHICS & ASTROLOGERS IN AMERICA’ (310) 968-6791 sheilaahite.com

ULSTER COUNTY TOURISM 20 BROADWAY, KINGSTON (845) 340-3566 ULSTERCOUNTYALIVE.COM

Official tourism promotion agency for Ulster County.

TOURS GREAT FREEDOM ADVENTURES 41 GREAT ROCK RD, SHERBORN, MA (508) 545-1864 GREATFREEDOMADVENTURES.COM

Great Freedom Adventures specializes in cycling, walking and active vacations in the Hudson Valley, throughout Northeast US and in Belize.

TRANSPORTATION STEWART AIRPORT, PORT AUTHORITY NY-NJ

IZLIND INTEGRATIVE WELLNESS CENTER & INSTITUTE OF RHINEBECK A top-tier, full-service, wellness facility with an unparalleled collaborative of practitioners, offering exceptional care through conventional/traditional and holistic/complementary approaches. 6369 MILL ST, STE. 101 RHINEBECK. (845) 516-4713 izlind.com

(845) 838-8200 PANYNJ.GOV/AIRPORTS/STEWART.HTML

WELLNESS BODY & SOUL DAY SPA 184 MAPLE AVENUE GREAT BARRINGTON, MA (413) 528-6465 BODYANDSOULGREATBARRINGTON.COM

Renowned for warm personal service, repeat clientele and 30 years of excellent Massage, Facials, Nails, Waxing & Spa Services. Open 7 days. Eve’s by appointment.

IZLIND INTEGRATIVE WELLNESS CENTER & INSTITUTE OF RHINEBECK 6369 MILL ST (RTE. 9), SUITE 101, RHINEBECK (845) 516-4713 IZLIND.COM

Izlind Integrative Wellness Center is a top-tier, full-service facility located in Rhinebeck, directed by Clinical Psychologist Dr. Beth Gershuny.

BODY & SOUL DAY SPA Renowned for warm personal service, repeat clientele and 30 years of excellent massage, facials, nails, waxing & spa services. Open 7 Days. Eve’s by appt. • 184 MAPLE AVE GREAT BARRINGTON (413) 528-6465 bodyandsoulgreatbarrington.com 66

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SHEILAA HITE - INTUITIVE COUNSELOR ‘TOP 100 PSYCHICS & ASTROLOGERS IN AMERICA’ (310) 968-6791 SHEILAAHITE.COM

Life & Success Coach. Tarot, Astrology, Past Life Regression, Hypnotherapy, Palmistry, Mediumship. Consult in person, by phone or Skype. Classes/Parties/Events.


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Route 44 845-454-4330

Route 9W 845-336-6300

Route 300 845-569-0303

Route 9 845-632-9955

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A nationally ranked public university

here in the HUDSON VALLEY

While you’re in the area… visit the SAMUEL DORSKY MUSEUM OF ART, stop by our WELCOME CENTER near the main entrance, call on the ADMISSION OFFICE, or check our WEBSITE for current events.

www.newpaltz.edu


There’s New York and then there’s New York Traveling through Stewart International Airport is the easiest way to take full advantage of the Hudson Valley’s astounding natural beauty and historic attractions. In addition to offering hassle-free boarding, on-time performance and affordable fares on Allegiant, American, Delta and JetBlue, we’re also just a short drive from New York City. So, to make the most of your time in the Hudson Valley, fl y into Stewart. And begin exploring.

Stewart International Airport

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