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The quickest way to Hudson Valley mountain views, historic attractions and wineries is through Stewart International Airport. Besides boating, fishing, hiking, winter sports and world-class restaurants, we offer on-time performance, stress-free boarding, convenient access to baggage and affordable fares, all less than an hour from New York City. Next time you come to the Hudson Valley, land at Stewart, just like Allegiant, Delta, JetBlue and American Airlines do. Then, let the fun begin. Stewart International Airport. Your gateway to New York.


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Michael Tischler of Woodstock, New York, has photographed the Hudson Valley and New York City extensively for the past 40 years. He kicked off a five-city nationwide gallery tour recently, showcasing large-scale images of city scenes on archival aluminum, each of which is limited to only one print. Tischler’s work has been featured in Time Out New York, Outdoor Photographer, and Chronogram, among other publications. Critic Howard Halle says of his work, “While Paris may be known as the City of Light, Michael Tischler’s sparkling photos imbue scenes of New York with spectacular luminosity, even in daylight, that would put Paris to shame.” Tischler, an internationally renowned dentist, is also owner of Tischler Dental and Teeth Tomorrow™. Michaeltischler.com.

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WARM UP CHILL OUT

Mohonk Mountain House, New Paltz.

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hen the leaves and snow begin to fall, the Hudson Valley offers the best in frosty fantasies: crackling fireplaces, thick hot chocolate, heavy down blankets, and warm, cozy getaways.

FIND YOUR FIREPLACE Nothing beats a warm hearth on a cold night, especially at one of our first-rate hotels, inns, or resorts. Emerson Resort and Spa combines charming exclusivity with breathtaking mountain views, each suite furnished with gas fireplaces, Swiss showers, and air-jetted tubs. The 18 individualized rooms at Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa also feature personal fireplaces for a warm winter’s night by a comforting hearth in a room of one’s own.

TO THE MOUTNAINS! The Hudson Valley is home to some of the world’s most majestic mountains for hiking, snowshoeing, skiing, and leaf-peeping—the Catskill Mountains, the Hudson Highlands, and the Adirondacks attract high-altitude enthusiasts from all over. For an affordable resort with dozens of indoor and outdoor activity options, Mohonk Mountain House offers a variety of seasonal specials. Snowshoe or ski through the surrounding 40,000 acres of forest, then warm up in their world-class 8

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spa. Or, for easy access to the Catskill ski areas and an unforgettable lodging experience, book a stay at the Deer Mountain Inn in Tannersville. Steeped in local history, this rustic lodge is all about the tufted leather armchairs, luxuriously overstuffed floor pillows, and ways to get warm after a day’s expeditions.

WINTER QUIET A winter getaway means different things for different people. If you’re truly seeking to get away from the chaos of everyday life, The Garrison provides undisturbed solitude in meditative quiet, the soothing room colors and complimentary inroom gratuities providing the ideal environment for reflection while the snow gathers outside. For a getaway within walking distance of one of the most creative towns in America, The Woodstock Inn on the Millstream offers private country cottages with terraces and gardens that border Millstream in the gorgeous autumn colors or the quiet winter wonder. ACCOMMODATIONS LISTINGS PAGE 8


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When you golf at the Garrison, we leave it to you to keep it on the greens. leave it to us to provide a challenging, 18-hole, par 72 championship course with amazing Hudson River views. enjoy a memorable dining experience at Valley restaurant, World’s end Bar or the terrace Grill.

Golf. Dine. Stay. Discover The Garrison

845-424-3604 • thegarrison.com

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BRICKTOWN INN

Hudson AirBnB Apartments: Two studio apartments each sleep 2. One duplex apartment sleeps 4. AIRBNB: 5629203, 5845580, 5858466. 238 Warren Street, Hudson, (646) 469-0803

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

HOTEL DYLAN

THE THOMPSON HOUSE

A boutique hotel located on Rt. 28, the gateway to the Catskills in Woodstock. Artfully designed by the Novogratz’s with true bohemian sophistication. 320 Maverick Road, Woodstock, (845) 684-5422 thehoteldylan.com

For over five generations, families and groups have visited us for traditional hospitality in this picturesque Northern Catskill Mountain resort. 19 Route 296, Windham, (518) 734-4510 thompsonhouse.com

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CAPTAIN SCHOONMAKERS BED & BREAKFAST Historic 1760 stone house with guest carriage house. Private baths with balcony overlooking 8 wooded acres with stream and waterfall. 913 NY-213, High Falls, (845) 687-7946 captainschoonmakers.com


25 Orrs Mills Road Salisbury Mills, NY 12577

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(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.

Jingle Bell Bed & Breakfast

The Woodstock Inn on the

Millstream 18 rooms | 2 cottages cascading stream • walk to village

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.

(845) 255-8458 www.jinglebellbandb.com

48 tannery brook rd. woodstock, ny 800.420.4707 • woodstock-inn-ny.com

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ACCOMMODATIONS Best Western Plus the Inn and Suites at the Falls (845) 462-5770. 50 RED OAKS MILL ROAD, POUGHKEEPSIE.

Bricktown Inn

Mountain Meadows Bed & Breakfast

(845) 255-6144. 542 ALBANY POST ROAD, NEW PALTZ. 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.

(845) 429-8447. 112 HUDSON AVENUE, HAVERSTRAW. WWW.BRICKTOWNINNBNB.COM Beautifully restored original brick home, circa 1868, with all modern amenities, becons you to stay and enjoy all the Hudson Valley has to offer. Close to many attractions and fabulous restaurants.

Quality Inn Hyde Park

Buttermilk Falls Inn + Spa

Red Roof Plus Poughkeepsie

(845) 795-1310. 220 NORTH ROAD, MILTON. BUTTERMILKFALLSINN.COM. Buttermilk Falls‚ an extraordinary 75-acre Hudson River estate offers a remarkable selection of lodgings, dining, and spa.

Caldwell House Bed and Breakfast

(845) 496-2954. 25 ORRS MILLS ROAD, SALISBURY MILLS. CALDWELLHOUSE.COM. The Lower Hudson Valley’s only 5-star Select Registry and Diamond Collection Inn. 14 luxurious rooms on 7 beautiful acres.

Days Inn Poughkeepsie

(845) 454-1010. 536 HAIGHT AVE, POUGHKEEPSIE. Days Inn Poughkeepsie is located near Vassar College, shops, restaurants and local area attractions. Our pet-friendly hotel features free Wi-Fi, free Daybreak continental breakfast, indoor heated pool, fitness and business centers. Businessclass as well as non-smoking and handicapped-accessible rooms are available.

Deer Mountain Inn

(518) 589-6268. 790 CO. ROAD 25, TANNERSVILLE. DEERMOUNTAININN.COM. Arts & Crafts-style accommodations and refined rustic dining blend city sensibilities with Catskill charm.

Emerson Resort & Spa

(845) 688-2828. 5340 ROUTE 28, MT. TREMPER. EMERSONRESORT.COM. Two hotels the Lodge and the newly renovated Inn, spa, fitness center, Catamount Restaurant, Woodnotes Grille, shopping and the world’s largest kaleidoscope.

The Garrison

(845) 424-3604. 2015 US 9, GARRISON. THEGARRISON.COM. The Garrison offers an 18-hole golf course, Valley restaurant, a four-room inn, and private event spaces for weddings and celebrations.

Hotel Dylan

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

Journey Inn B&B

(845) 229-0088. 4142 ALBANY POST ROAD, HYDE PARK. Hotel conveniently located across from the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library & Museum. Complimentary hot breakfast, parking, & wireless high speed connection. (845) 462-7800. 2349 SOUTH ROAD, POUGHKEEPSIE. REDROOF.COM/PROPERTY/POUGHKEEPSIE/ NY/12601/-/RRI394/. 100% renovated property. Each room includes a microwave, fridge, iron, ironing board and hairdryer. Continental breakfast groups welcome.

Roosevelt Inn

(845) 229-2443. 4360 ALBANY POST RD, HYDE PARK. ROOSEVELTINNOFHYDEPARK.COM. Roosevelt Inn of Hyde Park is a uniquely charming independent motel-style inn with 25 rooms and a coffee shop.

The Roxbury

(607) 326-7200. 2258 COUNTY HIGHWAY 41, ROXBURY. THEROXBURYMOTEL.COM. Renowned for its “decadently over-the-top” themed rooms, the Roxbury offers contemporary Catskill lodging with a flourish. Spa and breakfast available.

Sleepy Valley Inn

(845) 986-7829. 117 SLEEPY VALLEY ROAD, WARWICK. WWW.SLEEPYVALLEYINN.COM.

Storm King Lodge B&B

(845) 534-9421. 100 PLEASANT HILL ROAD, MOUNTAINVILLE. STORMKINGLODGE.COM. Charming 1801 Barn and Guest Cottage. Six lovely guest rooms with private baths. Swimming pool, all comforts. Panoramic mountain views.

The Thompson House

(518) 734-4510. 19 ROUTE 296, WINDHAM. THOMPSONHOUSE.COM. For over five generations, families and groups have visited us for traditional hospitality in this picturesque Northern Catskill Mountain resort.

Twin Gables

(845) 679-9479. 73 TINKER STREET, WOODSTOCK. TWINGABLESWOODSTOCKNY.COM.. Housed in an veteran Woodstock home steps from the galleries, shops and eclectic restaurants on Tinker Street, this traditional B&B has an artistic bent and is a 6-minute walk from the Fletcher Gallery.

Wm. Farmer and Sons

(845) 229-8972. 1 SHERWOOD PLACE, HYDE PARK. 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.

(518) 828-1635. 20 S. FRONT STREET, HUDSON. 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.

Mohonk Mountain House

The Woodstock Inn on the Millstream

(844) 599-9618. 1000 MOUNTAIN REST ROAD, NEW PALTZ. WWW.MOHONK.COM. Our Victorian castle resort offers Old World charm with modern amenities. Overnight getaways, delicious meals, countless activities, and awardwinning Spa.

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(845) 679-8211. 48 TANNERY BROOK ROAD, WOODSTOCK. WOODSTOCK-INN-NY.COM. The comfort of a BnB mixes with wonderful hotel amenities at the Woodstock Inn on the Millstream. 18 rooms and suites, plus two luxury cottages in a lovely streamside setting, walk to village.


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

A Country Bed & Breakfast 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 Rd, Mountainville (Cornwall), NY

www.stormkinglodge.com

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FOOD AND DRINK Mill House Brewing Company, Poughkeepsie

Moxie Cupcake, New Paltz

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fter the culinary adventures of summer run their course, we rely on more familiar flavors to sustain us during the harsher seasons. Comfort food is deeply personal and therefore challenging to define. For most, it comes down to nostalgia. At home, comfort food needs to be simple and easy to prepare, but when you’re visiting the Valley, you get to leave the question of complexity to our renowned chefs. Sit back, relax, and enjoy a gustatory blast to the past.

SMALL PLATES Elephant Wine and Tapas Bar in Kingston conjures comfort through its intimate railroadstorefront atmosphere, richly satisfying plates, and curated wine list. It’s a festive community clubhouse for the under-50 set. Try their duck two ways with French lentils or the blood sausage dumplings in ginger broth. For a comforting meal built around beer, stop by Mill House Brewing Company in Poughkeepsie. This gastropub and craft brewery serves elevated pub fare like Moroccan-spiced lamb ribs and pale ale & cheddar brats in a warm brick tavern complete with wrought-iron lighting and tufted booths.

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butter, and shrimp with yellow grits. Sides like pureed sunchokes with vanilla elevate their familiar flavors. Conscious Fork in Warwick hits the spot for vegans seeking satisfaction. A café-mod dining room and nutrient-rich menu make this the place to enjoy a hearty bowl of brown rice, five-spice kale, baked tofu, and sesame carrots topped with ginger tamari dressing.

DESSERTS Brush up on your sweet tooth at one of the region’s many specialty bakeries and sweet shops. For the most captivating cupcakes in the Hudson Valley, head over to Moxie Cupcakes in New Paltz, where irresistible homemade baked goods collide with clever, pun-filled names. Across the river in Poughkeepsie, The Pastry Garden whips up every imaginable craving, from pies to cakes, danish to tortes, plus a variety of glutenfree, dairy-free, and sugar-free options.


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GIGI TRATTORIA

POPPY’S

Mediterranean fare prepared with seasonal ingredients from New York’s Hudson Valley. Open daily. 6422 Montgomery St, Rhinebeck, RESTAURANT: (845) 876-1007; CATERING: (845) 758-8060 gigihudsonvalley.com

Hudson Valley’s Best Burger, we source 100% local, grass-fed and finished beef and local produce, making the finest burger you’ll ever taste. 184 Main Street, Beacon, (845) 765-2121 poppyburger.com

FROGMORE TAVERN

CATHRYN’S TUSCAN GRILL

Craft cocktails, 18 rotating taps, roof-top dining, and a Southern menu that reflects the bounty of the Hudson Valley. 63 N Front St, Kingston, (845) 802-0883 frogmoretavern.com

Elevated northern Italian cuisine in a casually elegant restaurant located in Cold Spring. 91 Main St, Cold Spring, (845) 265-5582 tuscangrill.com

PERCH

DIEGO’S

COMING SOON! Globally inspired, locally sourced cuisine in the heart of Marlboro. Brought to you by one of the Hudson Valley’s finest restauranteurs. 1 King Street, Marlboro

Diego’s Taqueria 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

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Gigi Trattoria, Rhinebeck. Photo: Jennifer May.

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Fish & Game

(845) 255-1426. 46 MAIN STREET, NEW PALTZ. ATAVOLANY.COM. Regional Italian fare made with seasonal local ingredients in a stylishly rustic setting. (845) 485-8411. 1 COLLEGEVIEW AVENUE, POUGHKEEPSIE. BCKITCHENBAR.COM. New American style restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner with seasonal menus and patio dining near Vassar College.

(845) 339-9310. 310 WALL STREET, KINGSTON. ELEPHANTWINEBAR.COM. Edgy small plates are paired with Spanish wines in a casual storefront space. (518) 822-1500. 13 SOUTH 3RD STREET, HUDSON. FISHANDGAMEHUDSON.COM. Hip eatery serving farm-to-table New American fare off a fixed-price tasting menu in a smart space.

Blue Hill at Stone Barns

Gigi Trattoria & Easy Entertaining Catering

(914) 366-9600. 630 BEDFORD ROAD, POCANTICO HILLS. BLUEHILLFARM.COM/DINE/STONE-BARNS. Elegant dining; reservation required. Guests are offered the multi-taste Grazing, Rooting, Pecking menu featuring the best offerings from the field and market.

RESTAURANT: (845) 876-1007; CATERING: (845) 758-8060. 6422 MONTGOMERY ST, RHINEBECK. GIGIHUDSONVALLEY.COM. Mediterranean fare prepared with seasonal ingredients from New York’s Hudson Valley. Open daily.

Brother’s Trattoria

The Hop

(845) 838-3300. 465 MAIN STREET, BEACON. BROTHERSTRATTORIA.COM

Clancy’s Cafe and Creamery

(845) 229-YUMM (9866). 815 VIOLET AVENUE, HYDE PARK. CLANCYSCAFEANDCREAMERY.COM. Clancy’s Cafe uses the finest ingredients in their homemade ice cream and food, all served with a gracious welcome.

(845) 440-8676. 554 MAIN STREET, BEACON. THEHOPBEACON.COM. Amazing local craft beer, cocktails & artisanal local fare. Shop, stay and enjoy!

La Deliziosa Italian Pastry Shoppe (845) 471-3636. 10 MT CARMEL PLACE, POUGHKEEPSIE. LADELIZIOSANY.COM

Clove Kitchen Market

Landmark Inn

(845) 835-8026. 7 E MARKET STREET, RED HOOK. CLOVEMARKET.COM

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

Daughters Fare + Ale

Mama’s Boy Burger

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(518) 589-MOMS. 6067 MAIN STREET, TANNERSVILLE. MAMASBOYCATSKILLS.COM


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maybelle’s

COMFORT FOOD. REFINED.

Only the freshest, local ingredients!

BRUNCH & DINNER · BEER & WINE AVAILABLE

www.maybellesny.com · 355 Main Street, Catskill, NY · 518.719.1800

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Left: Peekamoose Restaurant & Tap Room, Big Indian. Photo by Andrea Cabane. Above: Twin Peaks Coffee & Donuts, Tannersville.

Maybelle’s Comfort Food

(518) 719-1800. 355 MAIN STREET, CATSKILL. MAYBELLESNY.COM. Refined. Constantly changing menu evolves with seasons. Now serving beer and wine.

Mercato

(845) 758-5879. 61 EAST MARKET STREET, RED HOOK. MERCATOREDHOOK.COM. Upscale Italian cuisine and extensive wine list offered at this eatery set in a porched house.

Miron Liquor & Wine

(845) 336-5155. 15 BOICES LANE, KINGSTON. Purveyors of fine wine and spirits since 1960. Wide selection of everyday and exotic items, and unbeatable prices!

Moxie Cup

(845) 255-2253. 184 MAIN STREET, NEW PALTZ. MOXIECUPCAKE.COM

Poppy’s Burgers and Fries

(845) 765-2121. 184 MAIN STREET, BEACON. POPPYBURGER.COM

Red Hook Curry House

(845) 758-2666. 28 E MARKET STREET, RED HOOK. REDHOOKCURRYHOUSE.COM.

River Station Restaurant

(845) 452-9207. 1 NORTH WATER STREET, POUGHKEEPSIE. 7 days a week, 11:30am-1pm. Located between the bridges overlooking the Hudson. Spectacular views of the Hudson Valley.

Sushi Makio

(845) 853-8078. 1088 MORTON BLVD, KINGSTON. SUSHIMAKIO.COM. Master Sushi Chef Makio Idesako brings expertly crafted edible art to the table.

Terrapin

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

(845) 876-3330. 6426 MONTGOMERY STREET, RHINEBECK. TERRAPINRESTAURANT.COM. Former church turned New American restaurant offering artfully crafted farm-to-table fare.

The Pandorica

Tuscan Cafe

Murray’s Tivoli

(845) 831-6287. 165 MAIN STREET, BEACON. THEPANDORICARESTAURANT.COM

Peekamoose

(845) 254-6500. 8373 ROUTE 28, BIG INDIAN. PEEKAMOOSERESTAURANT.COM. Upscale American fare made with locally sourced ingredients and served in a restored Catskills farmhouse. 18

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(845) 987-2050. 5 SOUTH STREET, WARWICK. TUSCANCAFE.NET.

Twin Peaks Coffee & Donuts

(518) 589-6262. 5950 MAIN STREET, TANNERSVILLE

Yesterdays

(845) 986-1904. 29 MAIN ST #1, WARWICK


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The Pandorica A Doctor Who themed restaurant in the heart of Beacon with an eclectic menu of intergalactic comfort foods.

165 Main Street, Beacon, NY

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NIGHTLIFE

“Moderation is a fatal thing. Nothing succeeds like excess.” —Oscar Wilde Corey Dandridge and SALT perform at The Falcon, Marlboro. Photo by Curtis Quinn.

AFTER-HOURS INDULGENCE W ith Wilde’s wise words in mind, we decided to highlight the Hudson Valley hotspots that offer the best in abundance when it comes to nightlife’s libations and vibrations.

Tired of your go-to brews? Branch out at The Hop in Beacon, which boasts a selection of over 150 craft beers by the bottle or can for retail, plus a rotating list of nine craft beers available by the tasting or the growler. Not sure what to try? Their beer nerds-in-waiting will steer you right. For those who like their beer on tap, there’s Draught, a new Beacon bar with 20 taps regulated by one of the country’s few flux capacitors (secondary gas regulators and, yes, homages to Back to the Future). The Falcon in Marlboro, offering abundant food and music at an affordable price, hosts a variety of live performances five to seven nights a week. The cover charge is $0; artists thrive on the audience’s generous donations. A whopping 50% of the six weekly performances at Quinn’s features live, top-shelf

jazz. To pair: a dusky diner atmosphere and Japanese fare. Stacked against a drink menu listing over 350 beers, Bacchus’s 9 billiard tables, ping-pong table, foosball table, dart board, and pinball machine are just icing on the nightlife cake. With over 250 seats in the house, no table is a bad table from which to enjoy the Towne Crier Café’s music, menu, and state-of-the-art facilities. Late-night delights are just a few blocks from the Beacon train station. Daryl’s House in Pawling did the math: music five nights a week, plus afternoon shows, equals an average of seven shows per week or 365 shows a year! Owner Daryl Hall of Hall & Oates welcomes you. SEE NIGHTLIFE LISTINGS PAGE 22 FA L L / W I N T E R 2 0 1 5

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Dancing Cat Saloon at the Catskill Distilling Company, Bethel

Bacchus

Grand Cru Beer and Cheese

Bearsville Theater

Jar’d Wine Pub

(845) 255-8636. 4 S. CHESTNUT STREET, NEW PALTZ. BACCHUSNEWPALTZ.COM. Casual storefront saloon with American eats, plenty of beers, live music and adjacent pool hall. (845) 679-4406. 291 TINKER STREET, WOODSTOCK. BEARSVILLETHEATER.COM. Intimate music venue with rustic, streamside setting and two on-site restaurants, including Bear Cafe.

BSP Lounge

(845) 481-5158. 323 WALL STREET, KINGSTON. BSPKINGSTON.COM. Evocative spot in an early 1900s building featuring live music concerts, dance classes, and more.

The Chance

(845) 471-1966. 6 CRANNELL STREET, POUGHKEEPSIE. THECHANCETHEATER.COM. Concert and theater performance space built in 1912. Past performances include those by Bob Dylan, David Bowie,

The Dancing Cat Saloon

(845) 583-3141. 2037 ROUTE 17B, BETHEL. DANCINGCATSALOON.COM. Fine food, spirits, and live music in rustic Catskills venue.

Daryl’s House

130 ROUTE 22, PAWLING

Draught

(845) 765-8080. 394 MAIN STREET, BEACON. DRAUGHINDUSTRIES.COM. Industrial venue boasting 20 rotating taps and knowledgeable, personable service.

The Falcon

(845) 236-7970. 1348 RTE 9W, MARLBORO. LIVEATTHEFALCON.COM. Live world-class music, dining, libations, vibrations, over Marlboro Falls. No tickets. No cover. Donations are encouraged. Support living artists! 22

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(845) 876-6992. 6384 MILL STREET, RHINEBECK. GRANDCRURHINEBECK.COM. Beer and cheese market and cafe specializing in craft beer from around the world. Artisinal cheeses and smoked meats from New York State producers. (845) 255-8466. 10 MAIN STREET, SUITE 305, NEW PALTZ. JARDWINEPUB.COM. Cozy, intimate, and energetic with an outside lounge, outdoor DJ dance parties, and live music. Serving eclectic hard-to-find wines, craft beer and tapas.

Oak Vino Wine Bar

(845) 765-2400. 389 MAIN STREET, BEACON. OAKVINO.COM. Seasonal wine lists paired with fresh tapas in a modern-industrial setting. Complimentary wifi.

Quinn’s

(845) 202-7447. 330 MAIN STREET, BEACON. QUINNSBEACON.COM. Repurposed luncheonette featuring curated roster of live music, full bar, and classic Japanese cuisine.

Red Dot Restaurant and Bar

(518) 828-3657. 321 WARREN STREET, HUDSON. REDDOTRESTAURANT.COM. Globe-spanning fare and Sunday brunch in snug digs. Inviting garden hosting a late-night scene.

The Shelter

(845) 876-1500. 47 E. MARKET STREET, RHINEBECK. SHELTERWINEBAR.COM. Craft cocktail bar and tapas lounge offering live performances every Friday and Saturday.

Stockade Tavern

(845) 514-2649. 313 FAIR STREET, KINGSTON. STOCKADETAVERN.COM. Specializing in craft cocktails since 2009. Warm, convivial tavern atmosphere. and countless other rock artists.

Towne Crier Cafe

(845) 855-1300. 379 MAIN STREET, BEACON. TOWNECRIER.COM. Longtime eatery featuring bistro dishes, weekend brunch, and live music from national touring acts and local talent.


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Left: Gwenno James Fashion & Fabric Creations, Beacon. Above: 2 Note Botanical Perfumery, Beacon.

Let the Hudson Valley be your Amazon

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t happens every year. The days begin to shorten, the air takes on a chill, and before you know it, Thanksgiving is long over and you’re behind on your holiday shopping. You’ve never actually spoken to Norm at the office before, but his is the name you picked out of the secret Santa hat, and now you’re scrambling for your phone in the hopes that Amazon will have a handy “Gift Ideas For the Distant Acquaintance” list you can mine. Stop. You spend enough time in front of screens at work as it is, and Norm deserves a unique, thoughtful gift. This holiday season, try shopping local; let the Hudson be your Amazon.

SECRET SANTA Everybody cooks (even Norm), so head over to Clove Kitchen Market in Red Hook or Blue Cashew in Rhinebeck for a stunning selection of culinary gadgets and gourmet edibles. Or for something offbeat and unexpected, try Beacon’s Dream in Plastic, where you can purchase knee socks with the word “BACON” emblazoned along the calves.

SPECIAL SOMEONE Picking out personalized gifts can be challenging, but if you go to 2 Note Botanical Perfumery in Hudson, its virtuoso owners will help you select— or compose—the right small-batch, hand-crafted, organic perfume for that special someone. For gifts with symbolic significance and a humanitarian 24

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soul, check out Sierra Lily in Poughkeepsie, which offers wares from over 40 Made in America companies and jewelry for every occasion. Every piece of clothing at Gwenno James Fashion & Fabric Creations in Beacon boasts Gwenno’s signature, custom designs: hand-dyed, handprinted, nature-inspired pieces that flow and flatter their wearer.

OUTDOORSY TYPES Kenco in Kingston is heaven on earth for adventurers. They sell apparel and equipment for any imaginable outdoor activity, from hiking to snowboarding to fishing to kayaking. There’s also Rock and Snow in New Paltz, where you’ll find top-notch climbing gear and expert advice to go with it.


RINALDI

Flea Markets Every Sunday ∏ April-Nov. 8am to 4pm

Acres of Household Items

Furniture, Hardware, Tools

ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES Books,Records,Clothing

and much more!

900 Dutchess Turnpike (Rt 44)

Poughkeepsie, NY

Vendors Wanted Visit us at RinaldiFleaMarkets.com

Alex and Ani ∙ Pandora ∙ Brighton Vera Bradley ∙ Unique Baby Gifts Decorative Accessories ∙ Bath & Body Care

1955 South Rd, Poughkeepsie, NY 845.297.1684 (Same plaza as Bugaboo Creek Steakhouse)

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BLACKBIRD ATTIC BOUTIQUE

HANDMADE AND MORE

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 Street, Beacon, (845) 418-4840 blackbirdattic.com

American-made crafts with a unique mix of gifts, jewelry, clothing and accessories for women, pottery, toys and baby goods, natural bath products, stationary, and much more. Open 7 days. 6 North Front St, New Paltz, (845) 255-6277 handmadeandmore.com

ROCK AND SNOW Rock and Snow is your premier outfitter for rock climbing, mountaineering, hiking, nordic ski, and snow shoe equipment. 44 Main Street, New Paltz, (845) 255-1311 rockandsnow.com/store

AT HOME ANTIQUES AND GALLERY Offering a unique perspective on interior design, with passion for all things old, hand-crafted and unusual accessories, and custom design. 81 Broadway, Kingston, (845) 331-3902 milneinc.com 26

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DREAM IN PLASTIC Enhance your super-cool lifestyle! Shop a unique curation of art toys, fun housewares, snarky cards, delicious scents, vintage cameras and more. 177 Main St, Beacon, (845) 632-3383 dreaminplastic.com

GEOFFREY GOOD Previously jeweler to firms including Cartier, Verdura, Fred Leighton and Sotheby’s, this Hudson atelier is a must-visit destination for one-of-a-kind bridal and special-occasion jewelry. Instagram: @goodforyou. 238 Warren St, Hudson, (212) 625-1656 geoffreygood.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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Kenco, Kingston

Blackbird Attic

Hummingbird Jewelers

bluecashew Kitchen Pharmacy

Hundred Mile

(845) 418-4840. 442 MAIN STREET, BEACON. 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. (845) 876-1117. 6423 MONTGOMERY STREET, RHINEBECK. BLUECASHEWKITCHEN.COM. Specialty kitchen store featuring unique, quality goods including professional cutlery, cook and bakeware, tools, gadgets, and more!

Bruised Apple Books & Music

(914) 734-7000. 923 CENTRAL AVENUE, PEEKSKILL. BRUISEDAPPLEBOOKS.COM. Buying, selling, and trading used books, records, and movies since 1993. Over 50,000 titles and 200 subject headings.

Clearwaters Gifts, Gallery & Framing

(845) 534-4445. 190 ANGOLA ROAD, CORNWALL. JONESFARMINC.COM. Gifts, home decor, toys, ladies clothing and accessories. Original artwork by T.A. Clearwater and archival picture framing for all your treasures.

de Marchin

(518) 828-3918. 620 WARREN STREET, HUDSON. DEMARCHIN.COM. Paul de Marchin brings his Belgian heritage and European sensibility to Hudson. Classic, but edgy, collections for men and women. Open every day.

Geoffrey Good Fine Jewelry

(212) 625-1656. 238 WARREN STREET, HUDSON. GEOFFREYGOOD.COM. Meticulously crafted jewelry with an auteur’s aesthetic. Specializing in custom bridal and couture pieces. Featured in Vogue, W, New York Times.

Handmade and More

(845) 255-6277. 6 NORTH FRONT ST, NEW PALTZ. HANDMADEANDMORE.COM. Since 1974, a unique mix of gifts and clothing with a focus on American made and handcrafted. We are a great place to shop for any occasion, from jewelry for Mom or that special baby gift. Open Mon.-Sat: 10am-7pm, Sun.: 10am-6pm. 28

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(845) 876-4585. 23 E. MARKET STREET, RHINEBECK. HUMMINGBIRDJEWELERS.COM. Featuring over 75 American and Europeaon jewelers. Master Goldsmith Bruce Anderson offers restoration, repair, and unique creations since 1982. (845) 516-4512. 6378-6380 MILL STREET, RHINEBECK. 100MILENY.COM. A showroom dedicated to good design. Featuring over 40 brands worldwide including furniture, home accessories, designed objects, and more.

Hunt Country Furniture & Hunt Country Furniture Factory Store

(845) 832-6522. 2549 ROUTE 22, DOVER PLAINS. For over 85 years we’ve handcrafted heirloom-quality furniture using traditional techniques. Stop by and see the art of the American craftsman. Wed-Mon 10-5; Sun 12-5, Closed Tues.

Kasuri

(518) 291-9901. 1 WARREN STREET, HUDSON. KASURI. COM. Cutting-edge selection of finely curated Japanese, Euoropean, and American brands. Directional fashion housed in exquisitely renovated space

Land of Oz Toys

(845) 876-1918. 41 EAST MARKET STREET, RHINEBECK. 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

Little Pickles

(845) 835-8086. 7505 N. BROADWAY, RED HOOK. OURLITTLEPICKLES.COM

Nectar

(845) 687-2870. 1412 ROUTE 213, HIGH FALLS. SHOPNECTAR.COM. Nectar is brimming with unusual items from every continent, as well as nearby: housewares and tabletop items, art, tea, furniture, fair trade gifts and more!


SHOPPING nettle & hive

Spruce

New Paltz Regional Chamber of Commerce

The Story Tree

Oblong Books

Style Counsel

Peekskill Business Improvement District

Tannersville Antiques and Artisan’s Center

(845) 535-3088. 67 MAIN STREET, NYACK. NETTLEANDHIVE.COM. A parent and child boutique carrying pre & post-natal goods, children’s apparel and toys, baby gear, and eco-conscious home goods. A hub for families and community. (845) 255-0243. 257 MAIN STREET, NEW PALTZ. NEWPALTZCHAMBER.ORG. The New Paltz Regional Chamber of Commerce creates a sustainable environment for its membership and community. (845) 876-0500. 6422 MONTGOMERY STREET, RHINEBECK. WWW.OBLONGBOOKS.COM (914) 737-2780. 16 SOUTH DIVISION STREET, PEEKSKILL. WWW.DOWNTOWNPEEKSKILL.COM. Business association that coordinates special events, beautification programs, marketing initiatives, and other projects to improve downtown Peekskill.

Pegasus Footwear

(845) 256-0788. 27 N CHESTNUT STREET, NEW PALTZ. PEGASUSSHOES.COM. Pegasus Footwear in New Paltz, Rhinebeck, and Woodstock—the best selection of comfort footwear for the whole family!

Poughkeepsie Plaza

(845) 471-4265. 2600 SOUTH ROAD, POUGHKEEPSIE. 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.

(845) 876-5864. 20 WEST MARKET STREET, RHINEBECK. SPRUCEDESIGNDECOR.COM. Renovated c.1870 firehouse store offering high-quality 20th-century furnishings, art, lighting, and decorative objects. (518) 929-3181. 139 COUNTY ROUTE 401, GREENVILLE. STORY-TREE.COM. Custom, hand-drawn family trees and pet portraits by artist Tammy Liu-Haller. A unique and meaningful gift! (845) 986-9588. 19 MAIN STREET, WARWICK. STYLECOUNSEL.NET (518) 589-5600. 6045 MAIN STREET, TANNERSVILLE. TANNERSVILLEANTIQUES.COM

Tivoli Mercantile

(845) 758-3230. 5 E MARKET STREET, RED HOOK. Tivoli Mercantile is a lifestyle shop that sells an eclectic mix of home goods, books, clothing, jewelry, and toys. Something for everyone!

Water Street Market

(845) 255-1403. 10 MAIN STREET, NEW PALTZ. WATERSTREETMARKET.COM. Quaint, open-air shopping village with over 20 award-winning shops, offering antiques, arts, fashions, food, and unique gifts.

Ye Olde Warwick Book Shoppe

(845) 544-7183. 31 MAIN STREET, WARWICK. YEOLDEWARWICKBOOKSHOPPE.COM

Poverty Barn

(845) 255-0149. 1 OLD ROUTE 299, NEW PALTZ.

REAL ESTATE

Rhino Records

Select Sotheby’s International Realty

3 CHURCH STREET, NEW PALTZ, (845) 255-0230. FACEBOOK.COM/RHINORECORDS. Upstate pop culture temple for 25 years running! Well-curated LPs, CDs, DVDs, and books. In New Paltz and now uptown Kingston. Put muscles in your ears!

Rinaldi Flea Market

(845) 485-5252. 900 DUTCHESS TURNPIKE, POUGHKEEPSIE. RINALDIFLEAMARKETS.COM

Rock & Snow

(845) 255-1311. 44 MAIN STREET, NEW PALTZ. ROCKANDSNOW.COM

Sierra Lily

(845) 297-1684. 1955 SOUTH ROAD, POUGHKEEPSIE. Unique and beautiful jewelry, gifts, and personal accessories. Pandora-Alex and Ani-Brighton-Vera Bradley-Crabtree & Evelyn and so much more!

(845) 380-2831 PO BOX 205, SHOKAN SHERRETCHASE.SELECTSOTHEBYSREALTYCOM Locating properties in Catskill Mountain region and southern New York State. Large properties and unique homes are his greatest interest.

Stevens Realty Group

(845) 256-8868 171 MAIN STREET, NEW PALTZ STEVENSREALTYGRP.COM Stevens Realty Group is a boutique Real Estate, Property Management, and Contracting firm, servicing the beautiful Hudson Valley.

The Green Team

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TRASH or TREASURE Hudson Valley Auction Houses

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oing once, going twice…SOLD! Coveted hidden treasures are waiting to be bought and sold throughout the Hudson Valley at one of our many exclusive auction houses. Bring your checkbook, a truck, and your keenest eye to place your bid or cash in your trinkets. Whether your antique has obvious value or hidden worth, these auction houses always sell to the highest bidder.

TREASURE HUNTERS

PERSONAL APPRAISALS

A day at the auction house could uncover any number of treasures, and with the Hudson Valley’s rich history, we’d say your chances of finding value are pretty good. JMW Auction Gallery in Kingston has unearthed a number of hidden gems, including a wooden sign for “G. D.Witts Inn” that earned its seller $247,500 in 2004. They have a number of upcoming auctions this fall, so don’t hesitate to visit. Absolute Auction & Realty’s state-of-the-art facility in Pleasant Valley focuses primarily on special collections curated by dedicated collectors. Before you go throwing that obscure item away, make sure it’s not on a specialty collector’s wish list.

The number-one way to guarantee the best bid on the most profitable item is an in-person, all-access survey of whatever you’re putting on the block or purchasing from it. George Cole Auctions & Realty in Red Hook owns a fully air-conditioned auction hall that allows bidders to view and appraise their goods in person, whether buying or selling, guaranteeing fully informed purchases and sales at competitive prices for estate liquidations, real estate, automobiles, and antiques. Hudson Valley Auctions specializes in 19th-and 20thcentury fine art, antiques, and decorations in person at their New Windsor location, though they also have an online option.

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ANTIQUES Beekman Arms Antique Market

(845) 876-3477. 24 W MARKET STREET, RHINEBECK.

Cold Spring Antiques Center

(845) 265-5050. 77 MAIN STREET, COLD SPRING. Multi-dealer antique center occupying a 19th-century bank building in the center of Cold Spring.

The Garage

GEORGE COLE AUCTIONEERS Whether you are buying or selling, we’ll give you hundreds of reasons to love us! We have a spectacular fall schedule of quality estate & real estate auctions. 7578 N Broadway, Red Hook, (845) 758-9114 georgecoleauctions.com

Annex Antiques Center

(845) 758-2843. 7578 N. BROADWAY, RED HOOK. 25+ dealers in new location. Daily 11-5, Sat 10-4. Furniture, glassware, jewelry, fine art, toys, postcards, coins, books, kitchenalia, Merino wool, unique gifts.

Antique Barn at Water Street Market

(845) 255-1403. 10 MAIN STREET, SUITE 501, NEW PALTZ. WATERSTREETMARKET.COM. Offering an extensive collection of jewelry, antique glass, pottery, clothing, furniture, and treasures created between the late 1800s and 1970s.

Antique Center at Rhinebeck Antique Emporium

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

The Barn at Sundial Farm

(917) 579-8373. 1311 KITCHAWAN ROAD, OSSINING. THEBARNSALE.US. Filled to the rafters with housewares, light fixtures, mirrors, glassware, ceramics, linens, jewelry, and more! Thurs-Sun 10-5.

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(914) 391-6430. 162 ORANGE AVE, SUFFERN. FACEBOOK.COM/ THEGARAGEANTIQUESSUFFERNNY. Two women with great taste invite you to explore the vintage and antique treasures in their rural garage.

Green

(845) 247-3812. 92 PARTITION STREET, SAUGERTIES. Modern originals, ecofurnishings, art, green suites. Everything recycled and sustainable.

Hudson Antiques Dealers Association

(518) 248-2643. 5 MILL CREEK DRIVE, EAST GREENBUSH. HUDSONANTIQUES.NET. The Hudson Antiques Dealers Association (HADA) represents over 60 businesses in the City of Hudson, New York

Millbrook Antiques Mall

(845) 677-9311. 3301 FRANKLIN AVENUE, MILLBROOK. MILLBROOKANTIQUESMALL. COM. 5,000 square feet, 25 dealers, antique furniture, vintage collectibles, fine art, home accessories, jewelry—since 1979.

Neven & Neven Moderne

(518) 828-4214. 618 WARREN STREET, HUDSON. NEVENMODERNE.COM. Diverse collection of modern housewares, including seating, lighting, and decor.

Stair Auctioneers

(518) 751-1000. 549 WARREN ST., HUDSON. STAIRGALLERIES.COM. One of the leading regional auction houses in America. Focusing on fine and decorative arts from the 17th to 20th centuries.

Sutter Antiques

(518) 822-0729. 556 WARREN STREET, HUDSON. SUTTERANTIQUES.COM. Listed by Architectural Digest as one of the top 100 sources for interior designers.


TANNERSVILLE

ANTIQUE & ARTISAN CENTER One-of-a-kind gifts for Unique People Shop over 35 selected area artisans and antique dealers in 2 renovated 19th century buildings.

6041-6045 MAIN ST, TANNERSVILLE, NY (518) 589-5600

Open Wed - Sun “The History of our nation is embedded in these Walls.� 10 am - 4 pm April 19, 2015 to November 8, 2015 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

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Twenty varieties of apples to pick, plus pumpkin and berries. Baked goods, honey, maple syrup, mums, vegetables, and preserves available for purchase on-site. 69 Yankee Foley Rd., New Paltz, (845) 255-0999 Jlorchards.com

Jenkins Leukens Farm

Pick-your-own apples from their 10,000 trees, plus winter squash and pumpkins. Fall field trips for kids and families. Local honey and all-natural, zero-preservative canned goods. Christmas trees and wreaths. 2187 State Rte. 32, Modena (845) 883-7825 Hurdsfamilyfarm.com

Hurds Family Farm

Biodynamic, certified organic dairy farm with on-farm bakery, creamery, kraut cellar, and natural foods store open seven days a week. Public tours on selected Wednesdays, or take a self-guided tour! 327 County Road 21C, Ghent (518) 672-7500 Hawthornevalleyfarm.org

Hawthorne Valley Farm*

Pick-your-own peaches, nectarines, dozens of apple varieties, pumpkins. Harvest Festival Weekends through mid-October with hayrides, food, live music. 9 Fishkill Farm Rd., Hopewell Junction (845) 897-4377 Fishkillfarms.com

Fishkill Farms

ur world-class farms are famous for the nutrient-rich soil and ideal seasonal climate that make the Hudson Valley a produce powerhouse. Bring your basket and pick your pumpkins, apples, and squash straight from the tree or vine in the fall to have fresh preserves and pies all winter. This is a very partial list. Find more farms at: Explorethehudsonvalley.com

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A variety of year-round or day programs for all ages teach helping with farm chores, animal feeding, cheese production. On-farm cottage available for rent. 34 Lauer Rd, Poughkeepsie (845) 485-8438 Sproutcreekfarm.org

Sprout Creek Farm

Family farm with homegrown seasonal produce, homemade baked goods, local & gourmet foods. Gift Shop, Art Gallery & Frame Shop. Observation beehive and Hayrides to the pumpkin patch! 190 Angola Rd., Cornwall (845) 534-4445 Jonesfarminc.com

The Shops at Jones Farm*

Pick-your-own apples (17 varieties) and pumpkins, farm market with fresh produce, beer garden, live music, food, hayrides, farm animals. 161 Route 94 South, Warwick (845) 986-1059. Penningsfarmmarket.com

Pennings Farm and Orchard

Home of Crown Maple maple syrup! Tours of bottling and sugar making operations, tasting room, farm-to-table food market, specialty maple desserts. 47 McCourt Rd., Dover Plains (845) 877-0640 Crownmaple.com

Madava Farms*

One of the top 10 apple-picking farms in America! Innovative and sustainable, hosting best Hudson Valley farm weddings. Nocturnal apple picking available. 340 Crescent Ave., Highland (845) 399-9545 Libertyviewfarm.biz

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PARKS

PARKS Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park

BEST PARKS FOR FALL FOLIAGE Walkill Valley Rail Trail Wvrta.org

Sam’s Point Preserve

Sam’s Point Foot Trail, Ellenville. (845) 473-4440

Walkway Over the Hudson

61 Parker Avenue, Poughkeepsie. (845)454-9649

Scenic Hudson

Locations throughout the Valley. (845) 473-4440

Pete & Toshi Seeger Riverfront Park 1 Flynn Drive, Beacon. Cityofbeacon.org

TOP PARKS FOR WINTER SPORTS Fahnestock State Park

1498 Route 301 Carmel. (845) 225-7207 Nyparks.com

Minnewaska State Park

5281 Route 44/55, Kerhonkson. (845) 255-0752 Nyparks.com

Harriman/Bear Mountain

Bear Mountain. (845) 786-2701 Nyparks.com

Mohonk Preserve

3197 Route 44/55, Gardiner. (845) 255-0919 Nyparks.com

Lake Taghkanic State Park

1528 Route 82, Ancram. (518) 851-3631 Nyparks.com 36

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Bear Mountain, Harriman State Park

Dutchess Rail Trail

North/South Lake Campground

Fahnestock State Park

Pete & Toshi Seeger Riverfront Park

50 OVEROCKER RD, ARLINGTON. DUTCHESSRAILTRAIL.COM. Thirteen-mile rail trail that stretches from the former Hopewell Junction train depot to the Walkway Over the Hudson. (845) 225-7207. 1498 ROUTE 301, CARMEL. NYSPARKS. COM. A 14,000 acre park offering hiking, a beautiful beach on Canopus Lake, picnicking, camping, boating, fishing, hunting, and more.

Harriman/Bear Mountain

(845) 786-2701. 55 HESSIAN DR, BEAR MOUNTAIN. NYSPARKS.COM. Expansive park featuring 31 lakes, two beaches, two campgrounds, and over 200 miles of trails.

Kenneth Wilson Campground

(845) 256-3099. 859 WITTENBERG ROAD, MT. TREMPER. WWW.DEC.NY.GOV. Picturesque campground just five miles from Woodstock offering boating, fishing, and hiking.

Lake Taghkanic State Park

(518) 851-3631. 1528 ROUTE 82, ANCRAM. NYSPARKS. COM. Tent and trailer campsites as well as cabin and cottage camping facilities. Two beaches, boat launch sites, boat rentals, playgrounds, sports fields, and more.

Mills Norrie State Park

(845) 889-4646. 9 OLD POST ROAD, STAATSBURG. PARKS.NY.GOV. Comprising more than 1,000 acres, this park offers hiking, camping, and access to the Norrie Marina.

Minnewaska State Park

(845) 255-0752. 5281 ROUTE 44/55, KERHONKSON. NYSPARKS.COM. Featuring numerous waterfalls, three lakes, and rugged terrain of the Shawangunk Ridge. Hiking, biking, swimming, rock climbing, bouldering, and boating.

Mohonk Preserve

(845) 255-0919. 3197 ROUTE 44/55, GARDINER. MOHONKPRESERVE.ORG. World-class climbing and hiking along majestic Shawangunk Ridge. Horseback riding, cycling, and running also welcome! Visitor center open daily 9-5. 38

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(518) 589-5058. COUNTY ROUTE 18 , HAINES FALLS. DEC.NY.GOV. Spring-fall camping, hiking, and fishing at a historic area with two lakes and mountain trails. 1 FLYNN DRIVE, BEACON. CITYOFBEACON.ORG. Beachfront park adjacent to Beacon train station with picnicing, boat launch, and expansive views.

Sam’s Point

(845) 647-7989. SAM’S POINT FOOT TRAIL, ELLENVILLE. NYNJTC.ORG. Southernmost promontory of the Shawangunks offering expansive views. Other attractions include ice caves, Lake Maratanza, and VerKeerderkill Falls.

Scenic Hudson

(845) 473-4440. ONE CIVIC CENTER PLAZA, SUITE 200, POUGHKEEPSIE. SCENICHUDSON.ORG. A system of nearly 40 parks and preserves along the Hudson River for hiking, biking, strolling, and enjoying nature. Locations throughout the Hudson Valley.

Sterling Forest State Park

(845) 351-5907. OLD FORGE ROAD, TUXEDO PARK. NYNJTC.ORG/PARK/STERLING-FOREST-STATEPARK. Comprises 21,935 acres of nearly pristine natural refuge. Enjoy a combined 83 miles of hiking and biking trails through remarkable woodland.

Walkway Over the Hudson

(845) 454-9649. 61 PARKER AVENUE, POUGHKEEPSIE. WALKWAY.ORG. A linear walkway spanning the Hudson River. At 1.28 miles long and 212 feet tall, it is the longest elevated pedestrian bridge in the world.

Wallkill Valley Rail Trail

PO BOX 1048, NEW PALTZ. WWW.WVRTA.ORG. Twenty-two miles of linear park from Wallkill to Kingston. Includes Rosendale Trestle, soaring 150 feet over Rondout Creek with views of Joppenburgh Mountain.


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he Hudson Valley is home to dozens of historical institutions, landmarks, and preserves, of which a select few are either reportedly haunted or supposed sites of paranormal or extraterrestrial activity. Light your tapers! It’s time to explore the unexplained.

GHOSTLY GRAVEYARDS The Hudson Valley’s extensive history has left many in its wake to rest in their graves, though not all spirits rest easy. Laurel Grove Cemetery in Port Jervis is said to be home to a ghostly woman in a long white gown who emerges from a mausoleum to run from river bed to river bed, only to mysteriously disappear. The St. James Episcopal Graveyard in Hyde Park now offers a guided graveyard tour starring six new characters to highlight their personal haunted history.

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Further south, take a boat tour to Bannerman Island, where the remains of a 1900s Scottishstyle castle are still reportedly visited upon by the spirits of Native Americans and early Dutch Colonial settlers.

ACCOMMODATING APPARITIONS Built in 1905, Pine Bush House Bed & Breakfast is an elegant piece of early 20th century architecture, and a creepy, ghostly example of local supernatural activity. Each room has its own ghost, the doors sometimes lock inexplicably, and the hallways are dominated by the sounds of laughter and footsteps when no one’s there. Ever stayed at a B&B equipped with a dungeon? Wing’s Castle in Millbook offers day tours of their stone towers and will book you for the night, if you dare. SEE HISTORIC SITES LISTINGS PAGE 42


In Kingston you can enjoy: 350 years of history, local art, great restaurants, farmers’ market, festivals, museums, architecture and much more!

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Historic Huguenot Street, New Paltz

Boscobel

(845) 265-3638. 1601 ROUTE 9D, GARRISON. BOSCOBEL.ORG. Boscobel contains one of the nation’s leading collections of Federal Period furnishings, offering guided tours, events, and programs throughout the year.

Clermont Historic Site

(518) 537-4240. 1 CLERMONT AVENUE, GERMANTOWN. NYSPARKS.COM. Learn about the estate and its former owners, the influential Livingston Family, while enjoying the property’s four gardens and breathtaking views.

Gomez Mill House

(845) 236-3126. 11 MILL HOUSE ROAD, MARLBORO. 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

(845) 255-1660. 81 HUGUENOT STREET, NEW PALTZ. 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.

Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site

(845) 229-9115. 4097 ALBANY POST ROAD, HYDE PARK. WWW.NPS.GOV/HOFR/INDEX.HTM. FDR’s picturesque Springwood estate is the site of the first US Presidential Library. Visit our museum to learn about the only president elected to four terms.

Locust Grove Estate

(845) 454-4500. 2683 SOUTH RD, POUGHKEEPSIE. LGNY.ORG. 200-acre estate overlooking the Hudson River; 40-room Italianate mansion open for guided tours, gardens, hiking trails, art galleries.

Montgomery Place

(845) 758-5461. 26 GARDENER WAY, RED HOOK. HUDSONVALLEY.ORG/HISTORIC-SITES/ MONTGOMERY-PLACE. Tour the Alexander Jackson Davis-designed mansion and surrounding gardens, woodlands, and waterfalls. 42

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The Olana Partnership/Olana State Historic Site

(518) 828-0135. 5720 STATE ROUTE 9G, HUDSON. OLANA.ORG. Hudson River School artist Frederic Church (1826-1900) designed Olana, his home, studio, and farm which showcases panoramic views of the Hudson Valley.

Senate House State Historic Site

(914) 338-2786. 296 FAIR STREET, KINGSTON. SENATEHOUSEKINGSTON.ORG. Opened during the Revolutionary War and site of the first New York State senate. Excellent example of 18th-century Dutch life typical of the period.

Vanderbilt Mansion

(845) 229-7770. 119 VANDERBILT PARK ROAD, HYDE PARK. WWW.NPS.GOV/VAMA/INDEX.HTM. A remarkably complete example of the Gilded-Age country place, illustrating the cultural changes that occurred as America became industrialized.

Washington’s Headquarters

(845) 562-1195. 84 LIBERTY STREET, NEWBURGH. NYSPARKS.COM. The nation’s first publicly owned historic site, where General George Washington made a number of critical decisions affecting the country’s history.

West Point Museum

(845) 938-3590. 2110 NEW SOUTH POST ROAD, WEST POINT. WWW.USMA.EDU/MUSEUM. Outstanding collection of America’s military treasures! Come and see the history of the US Army. Admission is free!

West Point Tours, Inc.

(845) 446-4724. P.O. BOX 268, HIGHLAND FALLS. WESTPOINTTOURS.COM. Take an exciting guided tour of the United States Military Academy at West Point. Tours leave from the Visitors Center Daily.

Wilderstein Historic Site

(845) 876-4818. 330 MORTON ROAD, RHINEBECK. WILDERSTEIN.ORG. Nineteenth-century Queen Annestyle country house on the Hudson River open to the public May-October Thursday-Sunday.


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ARTS

Kaatsbaan Dance Center, Tivoli

THE ARTS ART Dia: Beacon The gallery itself acts as a canvas for primarily single-artist, installation pieces designed specifically for the space. Samual Dorsky Museum of Art SUNY New Paltz’s on-site art museum is a leading institution of arts and culture in the Hudson Valley. Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center The educational center, art museum, and major exhibition space is located on the Vassar College campus.

PERFORMANCE Bard’s Fisher Center World-class performances in a variety of genres are right at home in the architectural masterpiece designed by Frank Gehry. Bardavon/UPAC The oldest continuously operating theater in New York State and the home of the Hudson Valley Philharmonic, both venues cater to a variety of audiences. Kaatsbaan Dance Center The international dance center provides residencies, workshops, classes, performances, and more in its year-round facilities. Sugarloaf Performing Arts Center Local, national, and global celebrities from a vast array of genres perform in a rural yet modern venue. 44

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MUSIC Towne Crier Half bistro, half venue, the Beacon-based performance space often features internationally renowned artists. Helsinki Hudson The restored industrial complex hosts alt-rock performances with a side of Southern comfort food. Daryl’s House The half of Hall & Oates settled down and opened his own venue, bringing celebrities from around the world right to the Hudson Valley. The Falcon The cozy, old-school atmosphere provides the perfect setting for no-cover music and hearty American fare.

THEATER Center for Performing Arts Rhinebeck A venue for community productions, theatrical workshops, a variety of classes for all ages, and special events. Tangent Theater Originally New York City-based, the film and theater company produces classic shows, revivals, and debuts new works. Half Moon Theatre The Hudson Valley’s premier year-round professional theater company, writer’s group, and school of the arts. Shadowland Theater Professional, contemporary productions come to life in the Art-Deco theater and vaudeville house.


BACK ROOM GALLERY

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FINE ART• OIL PAINTINGS • PASTELS SCULPTURES • PHOTOGRAPHY ORIGINAL LINOCUT PRINTS • MIXED MEDIA VINTAGE DECORATED CREPE DESIGNS FROM THE EARLY 1900’S AND MUCH MORE Hours: Thurs, Fri, Sat 12-6. Sun 12-5 or by appt. Open late every second Saturday of the month.

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MOUNTAIN LAUREL WALDORF SCHOOL Parent/Child, Nursery, Kindergarten through Eighth 16 South Chestnut, New Paltz MountainLaurel.org

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ARTS Francis Lehman Loeb Art Center

(845) 437-5237. 124 RAYMOND AVENUE, POUGHKEEPSIE. FLLAC.VASSAR.EDU. Collections comprise over 19,000 works from throughout history. This June opens “Punctuating Space: The Prints and Multiples of Richard Artschwager.”

Hunter Foundation

(518) 589-5050. 5994 MAIN STREET, TANNERSVILLE. HUNTERFOUNDATION.ORG.

Kaatsbaan International Dance Center WOODSTOCK ARTISTS ASSOCIATION & MUSEUM Exhibitions of historic and contemporary regional fine art, lectures and film screenings, and the Woodstock Fine Art Auction October 17. 28 Tinker St., Woodstock. woodstockart.org

Back Room Gallery

(845) 838-1838. 475 MAIN STREET, BEACON.

BeaconArts

INFO@BEACONARTS.ORG. PO BOX 727, BEACON. BEACONARTS.ORG. Promoting the arts and culture in Beacon, NY for over a decade. Join us on 2nd Saturday for our monthly city-wide celebration of the arts. beaconarts.org.

Center for Curatorial Studies and Hessel Museum at Bard

(845) 758-7598. 33 GARDEN ROAD, ANNANDALEON-HUDSON. BARD.EDU/CCS. Presenting rotating temporary exhibitions of contemporary art in the 9,500 square-foot CCS Gallery. Hessel Museum complements curated CCS exhibitions.

Crafts People

(845) 331-3859. 262 SPILLWAY ROAD, WEST HURLEY. CRAFTSPEOPLE.US. The largest crafts gallery in the Hudson Valley representing the work of over 500 artisans: glass, pottery, jewelry, fiber, wood and more.

(845) 757-5106. 120 BROADWAY, TIVOLI. KAATSBAAN. ORG. The Hudson Valley’s cultural park for dance situated on 153 acres provides creative residencies for dance artists and public performances.

Love Life Tattoo & Art Studio

(845) 544-7979. 10 SOUTH STREET, WARWICK. LOVELIFENY.COM.

Omi International Arts Center

(518) 392-4747. 1405 COUNTY ROUTE 20, GHENT. OMIARTSCENTER.ORG. Omi International Arts Center is a world-class arts center with international residency programs and a 120+ acre sculpture park. Free and open to the public.

Piermont Flywheel Gallery

(845) 365-6411. 220 ASH STREET, PIERMONT. PIERMONTFLYWHEEL.COM. A fine art, artist-run cooperative gallery located on the Hudson River three miles south of Nyack in Piermont NY. Thursday and Sunday, 1-6pm; Friday and Saturday, 1-9pm.

Rhinebeck Artist’s Shop

(845) 876-4922. 56 E MARKET STREET, RHINEBECK. RHINEBECKARTISTSSHOP.COM.

Thomas Cole House

(518) 943-7465. 218 SPRING STREET, CATSKILL. THOMASCOLE.ORG. Former home and studio of painter Thomas Cole, founder of the Hudson River School of painting, the nation’s first art movement.

The D’amby Project

Vassar & New York Stage and Film’s Powerhouse Theater

Deer Hill Farm Cross Stitching

Woodstock Artists Association & Museum

(845) 705-4345. 7270 SOUTH BROADWAY, RED HOOK. WWW.THEDAMBYPROJECT.COM. Pronounced “deeam-bee”, this company offers contemporary and Irish dance classes for students, and is home to an international performance company. (845) 229-0246. 1225 RT 9-G SUITE D, HYDE PARK.

(845) 437-5599. 124 RAYMOND AVENUE, POUGHKEEPSIE. 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.

(845) 901-4074. 15 WEST MARKET STREET, RED HOOK. WWW.EQUISART.COM.

(845) 679-2940. 28 TINKER STREET, WOODSTOCK. WOODSTOCKART.ORG. Since 1919, the WAAM has been committed to exhibiting and collecting the finest work in all media by area artists.

Exposures Gallery

Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild

Equis Art Gallery

(845) 469-9382. 1357 KINGS HIGHWAY, SUGAR LOAF. 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. 46

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(845) 679-2079. 34 TINKER STREET, WOODSTOCK. WOODSTOCKGUILD.ORG. Regional center for the arts hosting exhibitions, performance, classes, workshops, symposia, summer residences, and artist housing. See website for events!


WELLNESS

FARMS

Birchwood Center for Yoga & Massage

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(845) 358-6409. 85 S. BROADWAY, NYACK. BIRCHWOODCENTER.COM. Discover yoga classes for every body, healing massage, and a warm community of dedicated yogis. Expert support for all levels of practice.

Bodhi Holistic Spa and Yoga

(518) 828-2233. 543 WARREN STREET, HUDSON. BODHIHOLISTICSPA.COM. Promoting wellness within and without through yoga, massage & bodywork, facials, waxing, infared sauna, acupuncture, and more.

Cold Spring Apothecary

(845) 232-1272. 75 MAIN STREET, COLD SPRING. COLDSPRINGAPOTHECARY.COM. Functional, indulgent small-batch health and beauty products manufactured with only the highest quality ingredients. Hair care, skin care, home goods, and more.

Integrative Approach Massage Therapy & Wellness

(518) 589-0700. 6045 MAIN STREET, TANNERSVILLE. INTEGRATIVE-APPROACH.COM

Mountain Float Spa

(845) 256-9800. 215 MAIN STREET, NEW PALTZ. MOUNTAINFLOATSPA.COM. Float cabins offer sensory relief through weightlessness and undisturbed peace. Sessions promote calm and rejuvenation.

Peace Village Learning & Retreat Center

(518) 589-5000. 54 O’HARA ROAD, HAINES FALLS. PEACEVILLAGERETREAT.ORG. An oasis for all; choose a weekend retreat, an hour workshop, a learn to meditate session, or the silence of Peace Village. Call to arrange a tour, and walk the labyrinth or trails.

Pure Mountain Yoga

(518) 589-4001. 6045 MAIN STREET, NEW PALTZ. PUREMOUNTAINYOGA.COM

Sadhana Center for Yoga and Meditation

(845) 339-7229. 810 BROADWAY, ULSTER PARK. THEAPPLEBINFARMMARKET.COM. Small farm market homegrown fruits, breakfast and lunch items, baked goods, local and gluten free products. Open AprilDecember 31st.

Crown Maple & Madava Farms

(845) 877-0640. 47 MCCOURT ROAD, DOVER PLAINS. CROWNMAPLE.COM. We invite you to spend an afternoon at Madava Farms, the home of Crown Maple. Open weekends from 11am to 5pm.

Fishkill Farms

(845) 897-4377. 9 FISHKILL FARM ROAD, HOPEWELL JUNCTION. FISHKILLFARMS.COM. Pick-your-own organic and eco-certified apples! Other pick-your-own produce available seasonally. Farm store and back porch with stunning views open for picnicking.

Hahn Farm

(845) 266-3680. 1697 SALT POINT TURNPIKE, SALT POINT. HAHNFARM.COM. All natural beef, pork chicken, lamb. Seasonal vegetables and fruit. Fall pumpkin festival and activities. See website for hours.

Hawthorne Valley Farm

(518) 672-7500. 327 COUNTY ROUTE 21C, GHENT. HAWTHORNEVALLEYFARM.ORG. 400-acre Biodynamic farm includes a full-line natural foods store open 7 days 7:30am-7pm, CSA, and more. 21st Annual Fall Festival, Sunday, October 11.

Hurds Family Farm

(845) 883-7825. 2187 ROUTE 32, MODENA. HURDSFAMILYFARM.COM. Spring and summer field trips for kids and families. Plant a flower seed to take home, bouncy pillow, duck races, gem mining, picnic pavilion, and more!

Jones Farm

(845) 534-4445. 190 ANGOLA ROAD, CORNWALL. JONESFARMINC.COM. Baked and grown just like home. Homegrown fruits and veggies in season, bakery, gourmet foods, and observation beehive. Pick your own pumpkins.

Kelder’s Farm

(845) 626-7137. 5755 ROUTE 209, KERHONKSON. KELDERFARM.COM. Offering pick-your-own berries, corn maze, petting zoo, educational tours, mini-golf, and birthday party packages. Home of the world’s third-largest garden gnome!

(518) 828-1034. 403 WARREN STREET, HUDSON. SADHANAYOGAHUDSON.COM. A center for all aspects of yoga, including asanas, meditation, and community. Visit us online for a schedule of classes, workshops, and events.

Lawrence Farms Orchards

Skinchanted Spa

Warwick Valley Farmers Market

(914) 930-1421. 1016 BROWN STREET, #303, PEEKSKILL. SKINCHANTEDSPA.COM. Instantly feel lighter and pampered in a tranquil and unique environment. Specializing in facials, oncology facials, waxing, and body treatments.

(845) 562-4268. 39 COLANDREA ROAD, NEWBURGH. LAWRENCEFARMSORCHARDS.COM. Family-owned pick-your-own and farm market. See our Little Village, reminiscent of a quaint New England farm town, and explore our hay bale maze. (845) 288-2903. 1 BANK STREET, WARWICK. WARWICKVALLEYFARMERSMARKET.ORG

Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary

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O+ Festival, Kingston

Ahimsa Yoga Festival, Wndham Mountain.

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Filmmakers and moviegoers gather in this town infused with a spirit of creativity to engage in panel discussions on the cutting-edge, independent productions featured. (845) 679-4265 Woodstockfilmfestival.com.

More than 6,000 hand-carved pumpkins are illuminated (even on the ceiling!) for this scintillating walk-through experience at an 18th-century riverside landscape in Croton-on-Hudson. (914) 366-6900 Hudsonvalley.org.

Woodstock Film Festival

The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze

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Costumed experts lead tours of historic homes, telling macabre stories of the founders of New Paltz and paranormal legends taken directly out of period diaries. (845) 255-1889 Huguenotstreet.org/hauntedhuguenotstreet.

Find your breath and explore traditional and emerging yoga styles with acclaimed instructors against a soundscape of international artists at Windham Mountain. Ahimsayogafestival.com.

Haunted Huguenot Street

Oktoberfest

Celebrate the autumn harvest every weekend in October with authentic German and German-American live entertainment, food vendors, and crafts for the kids at Hunter Mountain. (518) 263-4223 Huntermtn.com.

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Starry Starry Night

An enchanted evening with fireworks over the water catered by Main Course and Millbrook Winery, for Walkway Over the Hudson’s Annual Benefit Celebration. (845) 454-9649 Walkway.org/ssn.

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Headless Horseman Hayrides

Get scared silly by gory ghouls and wicked villains at HauntWorld Magazine’s #1 Scream Park and Hayride in America, located in Ulster Park. (845) 339-2666 Headlesshorseman.com. 48

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Ahimsa Yoga Festival

OCTOBER 9-11

O+ Festival

Helping give artists more access to health care by connecting them directly with a consortium of providers, this celebration of art and music fosters community. Opositivefestival.org

OCTOBER 10-11

Belleayre Annual Fall Festival & Crafts Fair Local arts and crafts vendors, a garage/antique sale, live music, a sky ride, fishing, a bounce house, and more at Overlook Lodge in Highmount. (845) 254-5600 Belleayre.com.

OCTOBER 11

Hawthorne Valley Fall Festival

Join us for our annual celebration of agriculture, ecology, education, and place! Enjoy delicious, organic, local foods, on-going activities and live music while visiting local vendors and more! 327 County Route 21C, Ghent (518) 672-4465 hawthornevalleyassociation.org.


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 www.warwickapplefest.com 845-987-8300

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Rosendale International Pickle Festival

Cucumbers, beets, herring—what these foods have in common is that they’re all better immersed in vinegar. Featured are countless pickled products and dishes, as well as pickle-inspired clothing and jewelry. Rosendale Community Center. Facebook.com/ RosendalePickleFestival.

NOVEMBER 27-29

Basilica Farm + Flea

Farmers, vintage collectors, and local craftsmen fill 17,000 square feet of industrial interior space at this alternative to Black Friday. 518 -822-1050. Basilica Hudson. Basilicafarmandflea.com.

DECEMBER 5

Sinterklaas Festival Day

Children transform into kings and queens at this revitalization of an old Dutch tradition. The festival offers town-wide parades, a crowns and branches workshops, and plenty of Dutch treats. Rhinebeck. Sinterklaashudsonvalley.com.

DECEMBER 6

Winter Walk on Warren Street NYS Sheep & Wool Festival, Rhinebeck.

OCTOBER 17-18

The mile-long Warren Street sparkles with Christmas lights and lively decorations as reindeer, horse-drawn wagons, carolers, and the Clauses stroll down it. Warren Street, Hudson. Hudsonoperahouse.org/winter-walk.

DECEMBER 13

NYS Sheep & Wool Festival

Beginner Try-Pak

Stock up on needles, spinning wheels, and all kinds of crafting fibers while appreciating the selection of local fare and ware. Rhinebeck. Sheepandwool.com.

Three visits to the mountain, lift tickets, equipment rental, and group lessons are included in this deal. Hunter Mountain. Huntermtn.com/winter/deals-packages.

OCTOBER 23-25

DECEMBER 17

The Seventh Annual Woodstock Invitational Luthiers Showcase

Ladies Day Wednesday

Instrument builders, players, collectors, and aficionados gather at the Bearsville Theater and Utopia Soundstage to see, hear, play, and buy hand-crafted string instruments. 291 & 293 Tinker Street. Woodstockinvitational.com.

Mothers, daughters, grandmothers—if you’re a lady, this event’s for you. Every Wednesday, starting on December 17, get an all-area lift ticket, equipment rental, group lesson, and lunch voucher for $66. Ages 13 and up. Hunter Mountain. Huntermtn.com/winter/deals-packages.

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DECEMBER 31

Presented by Luminary Media and Output Agency, ChronoWeen is an evening of horror, blood, and dancing! Party with the Hudson Valley’s weirdest and wildest bunch featuring live music, DJ’s, and more all in the spooky back theater of BSP Kingston, costume contest, haunted house, tarot fair, and more! Tickets on sale via eventbrite. ChronogramEvents.com

Vaudeville comes to Kingston to celebrate the new year. Jazz, swing, prohibition-style drinks, burlesque, and an old-fashioned ball-drop bring in 2016. Wall Street and North Front Street, Kingston. Bspkingston.com.

Chronoween

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The Polar Express in Kingston

Relive the classic Christmas film and journey to the North Pole on this magical train ride where hot chocolate is served as the movie’s characters come to life. Kingston Plaza. Catskillmtrailroad.com. 50

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Uptown Kingston’s New Year’s Eve Celebration

JANUARY 14-16

Wine and Dine for the Arts

Local Albany chef’s show off their chops at this three-day festival that benefits the not-for-profit arts community in Albany. Pair innovative dishes with a glass of fine wine and take part in one of the many cooking demonstrations. Hotel Albany. Albanywinefest.com


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ACTIVITIES

WHEN THE WEATHER OUTSIDE IS FRIGHTFUL Ice Climbing with Mountain Skills Climbing Guides, New Paltz

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ome of us expectantly count the days leading up to the season’s first snowstorm, while others gleefully pull out the craft projects we’d neglected during our summer days on the beach. Whether you’re itching to get back into winter sports or excited for an excuse to spend some time indoors, there’s always something to do in the Hudson Valley during the colder months.

HIT THE SLOPES Between the Catskills and the Berkshires, the Hudson Valley is home to over 150 skiing trails, and their history runs deep. Did you know that Hunter Mountain Ski Resort pioneered summit-to-base snowmaking in the 1960s and was the first to achieve 100% snowmaking coverage twenty years later? Or that Catamount has been open for more than three quarters of a century? Together with Windham Mountain and Ski Butternut, these peaks deliver season-long access to trails of all difficulty levels with vertical drops of between 1,000 and 1,600 feet. You can come for the day or stay for the week, perfect your skiing or try snowboarding for the first time, spend an afternoon tubing with the kids, or just laze out at the lodge.

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by joining a team of expert guides for a day of ice climbing. No experience or equipment needed—Alpine Endeavors and Mountain Skills Climbing Guides both provide you with crampons, boots, and technical climbing tools.

ARTS AND CRAFTS If as far as you can tell snow is only good for shoveling and griping about, consider taking advantage of one of the Valley’s signature indoor activities. Treat yourself to a cooking, wine, or baking class at the Culinary Institute of America and show off your new skills at the next holiday party. Inner muse feeling neglected? Sign up for a writing workshop or two with TMI Project, a local memoir-writing and live storytelling organization led by a team of all-star authors. Or grab the kids and head over to one of Fiberflame Studio’s workspaces. Walk-ins are always welcome! Just sit down, pick a craft, and let your creativity drive the cold away. SEE ACTIVITIES LISTINGS PAGE 54


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HUNTER MOUNTAIN A short 2.5 hour drive from NYC, Hunter Mountain is close enough for a day and fun enough for a stay! 64 Klein Avenue, Hunter, 1-800-486-8376 huntermtn.com

Alpine Endeavors

(877) 486-5769. 44 MAIN STREET, NEW PALTZ. ALPINEENDEAVORS.COM. Alpine Endeavors offers instruction and guiding to all abilities for rock climbing, ice climbing and hiking in the Shawangunk and Catskill mountains, and beyond.

Barn of Terror

(845) 336-5242. 25 THRUVIEW FARM ROAD, LAKE KATRINE. WWW.THEBARNOFTERROR.COM.

Catamount Ski Area

(518) 325-3200. ROUTE 23, HILLSDALE. CATAMOUNTSKI.COM. Catamount offers a 1,000’ vertical drop, 7 lifts, 36 trails, 98% snowmaking, snowsports instruction, rental equipment, night skiing and more.

Catskill Mountain Railroad

(845) 688-7400. 149 AARON COURT, KINGSTON. Experience fun and relaxing round-trip train excursions in 2 locations: Kingston and Mt. Tremper. The Catskill Mountain Railroad is fun for the whole family.

Fiberflame Studio

Shalimar Alpacas, Warwick

Hudson Valley Pottery Moring Studio

(845) 876-3190. 18 GARDEN STREET, RHINEBECK. HUDSONVALLEYPOTTERY.COM. A fully equipped clay studio hosting birthday and private parties, internships, 6 week long classes, family and kids class, and private lessons.

Juckas Stables

(845) 361-1429. 1204 NY-302, BULLVILLE. Celebrating 49 years of horseback riding! Beautiful trails, quality horses, lessons, experienced wranglers, parties, gift certificates. Call for reservations.

Shalimar Alpacas

(845) 258-0851. 164 EAST RIDGE ROAD, WARWICK. SHALIMARALPACAS.COM. Small alpaca farm and Store. A perfect day trip to visit the alpacas. Weaving demonstrations groups are welcomed.

Ski Butternut Ski Area & Ski-Board Shop

(413) 528-2000. 380 STATE ROAD, GREAT BARRINGTON. SKIBUTTERNUT.COM. Visit two 1000ft vertical mountain minutes off the Taconic Parkway in the beautiful Berkshire mountains of South Western, MA. Catamount & Ski Butternut are just 10 min apart & offer 52+ Trails, extensive snowmaking & a family friendly feeling.

(845) 679-6132. 1776 ROUTE 212, SAUGERTIES. FIBERFLAMESTUDIO.COM. A walk-in art studio offering daily walk-in projects, workshops, parties; our gift shop features handmade, local & fair trade treasures. Second location at 18b East Market St. in Rhinebeck.

Warwick Applefest

Hudson River Valley Tours

Wild Earth

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(845) 987-8300. DOWNTOWN WARWICK. WARWICKAPPLEFEST.COM. Over 250 craft vendors; Dozens of food vendors; local music & entertainment on several stages; children’s carnival; and Farmer’s Market. (845) 256-9830. 29 SOUTH CHESTNUT STREET SUITE 201, NEW PALTZ. WILDEARTH.ORG. Wild Earth provides children, adults, and families opportunities to play, explore, and learn in natur


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APPLE BIN Farm Market

• Breakfast & Lunch Sandwiches • Apple Cider Donuts All Year • Pies, Muffins, Local JB Peel Coffee • Homegrown Fruits, Local Produce • Plants, Trees • Gluten Free Products • Farm Fresh Seasonal Fruit Route 9W - 810 Broadway, Ulster Park, NY (845) 339-7229 www.theapplebinfarmmarket.com

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he 2007 Farm Distillery Act made it easy for microdistilleries to become viable businesses, even despite strict requirements, like using at least 70 percent New York raw agricultural material. In fact, this caveat has helped define the hyper-local spirits being produced in the Hudson Valley. The stuff being mashed and aged, stirred and strained in the Hudson Valley is pure poetry. Here are five of the best local distilleries creating liquid lyricism.

DELAWARE PHOENIX DISTILLERY After absinthe was re-legalized in the U.S. in 2007, Cheryl Lins revived the oft-misunderstood spirit by using 18th-century European distilling methods. Her absinthes brighten many a pre-Prohibition-era cocktail at Stockade Tavern in Kingston. (607) 865-5056. Walton.

BLACK DIRT DISTILLERY Made from 100 percent Jona Gold apples and aged in a mix of charred oak and Black Dirt Bourbon barrels, Black Dirt Apple Jack has developed a niche demand among the Hudson Valley’s cocktail community. (845) 258-6020. Warwick

ORANGE COUNTY DISTILLERY Run by partners John Glebocki and Bryan Ensall, the year-old field-to-bottle distillery grows, harvests, malts, mashes, and distills all of the 56

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products used to make its spirits on premise. (845) 651-2929. Goshen.

DENNING’S POINT DISTILLERY Karl Johnson grew up on a 6,000-acre farm, so it’s no wonder that New York State-grown grains and herbs are the main event in his spirits—from the White Rye Whiskey to the new Maid of the Meadow Vodka, which incorporates local herbs and honey. (845) 230-7905. Beacon.

HILLROCK ESTATE DISTILLERY Hillrock Estate is a sustainable enterprise in the truest sense of the word—growing, harvesting, malting, and distilling is all completed on-site. Hillrock’s solera-aged bourbon is a favorite among the Hudson Valley’s cocktail elite. (518) 329-1023. Ancram. SEE CRAFT BEVERAGE LISTINGS PAGE 58


since 1960 Mon–Sat 9-9, Sun 12-6 15 BOICES LANE, KINGSTON Next to Office Depot

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Associate Real Estate Broker, Sherret E. Chase’s specialty is locating rural recreational properties in the Catskill Mountain region & southern NY State. Large properties and unique homes are his greatest interest and complex projects including land development are his favorite.

Wine Tastings Every Saturday from 1pm-4pm

Mobile: 845-380-2831 Office: 518.580.8500 Email: sherret.chase@sothebysrealty.com Website: sherretchase.selectsothebysrealty.com An Equal Opportunity Company. Equal Housing Opportunity. Each Office is Independently Owned and Operated.

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CRAFT BEVERAGES Chatham Brewing

(518) 697-0202. 59 MAIN STREET, CHATHAM. CHATHAMBREWING.COM. Have a pint of fresh-brewed beer while savoring local fare from our food truck. Cans, growlers, and specialty bottles to go.

Coppersea Distilling Company

(845) 444-1044. 1592 ROUTE 9W, WEST PARK. COPPERSEA.COM. Single farm sourced spirits from New York’s Hudson Valley! See site for vendors and product details.

Dutch’s Spirits CHATHAM BREWING Officially crowned “Best Craft Brewery in the Hudson Valley” at TAP NY in April, Chatham offers every imbiber’s fantasy, from light, citrus ales to rich, heavy IPAs. chathambrewing.com

Adair Vineyard (845) 255-1377. 52 ALHUSEN ROAD, NEW PALTZ. ADAIRWINE.COM. Open for tours and tastings May-October on Saturday and Sunday from 11-6.

Black Dirt Distillery (845) 258-6020. 114 LITTLE YORK ROAD, WARWICK. BLACKDIRTDISTILLERY.COM. Tastes and sample of Black Dirt Bourbon and Black Dirt Apple Jack may be found at Warwick Valley Winery’s tasting room at 114 Little York Road in Warwick.

Brotherhood Winery (845) 496-3661. 100 BROTHERHOOD PLAZA DRIVE, WASHINGTONVILLE. WWW.BROTHERHOODWINERY.COM. America’s oldest winery. Visit us online for tasting hours and rates or to learn about our hosting venues.

Catskill Distilling Company (845) 583-8569. 2037 ROUTE 17B, BETHEL. CATSKILLDISTILLINGCOMPANY.COM. See a micro distillery in action during our distillery tours. Taste our crafts spirits at the elegant art deco bar from the 1939 World’s Fair. Daily noon-6.

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(518) 398-1022. 98 RYAN ROAD, PINE PLAINS. DUTCHSSPIRITS.COM. Bringing you Sugar Wash Moonshine, Peach Brandy, and a wide selection of bitters. Shop and find vendors online.

Harvest Spirits

(518) 253-5917. 3074 ROUTE 9, VALATIE. HARVESTSPIRITS.COM. Since 2008, distilled at Golden Harvest Farms, a 200-acre apple farm with market and bakery.

Millbrook Vineyard

(845) 677-8383. 26 WING ROAD, MILLBROOK. MILLBROOKWINE.COM. Open daily noon-5 for tours and tastings. Home of award-winning Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Franc, Tocai Friulano, and Riesling.

Mill House Brewing Company

(845) 485-BREW. 289 MILL STREET, POUGHKEEPSIE. MILLHOUSEBREWING.COM. Elevated gastropub fare made with locally sourced ingredients and paired with house-brewed ales and lagers of world-class quality. Bringing you a flight of brews crafted in-house at our restaurant location. Upscale bar with a rural-industrial atmosphere. Home of award-winning Velvet Panda Nitro-Stout.

Tuthilltown Spirits

(845) 255-1527. 14 GRIST MILL LANE, GARDINER. TUTHILLTOWN.COM. Producing award-winning spirits since 2003. Visit our restaurant, come for a tour, or stop by our shop!

Whitecliff Vineyard

(845) 255-4613. 331 MCKINSTRY RD., GARDINER. WHITECLIFFWINE.COM. Visit our 25 acre vineyard to sample hand-crafted Hudson Valley wines with a beautiful view of the Shawangunk Ridge! Open daily 11:30am5:30pm.


RED HOOK & TIVOLI

Small is Beautiful RED HOOK & TIVOLI Poets’ Walk Park. Photo by Robert Rodriguez, Jr.

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ed Hook and Tivoli are the epitome of agricultural, cultural lavishness, the Hudson Valley poster child of an evolving community in a pastoral setting. Both villages brim with gourmet eateries, art galleries, historic country inns, and evolving businesses emphasizing sustainable living.

CULTURAL AFFAIRS The Red Hook and Tivoli communities host a number of fun-filled celebrations in the cooler months, including the delectable Red Hook & The Chocolate Festival in November, a village-wide festival starring tasty chocolate treats, cooking demos, and live musical performances. Through November 13, the 2015 Sculpture Expo embodies Red Hook’s artistic center, with 18 largescale sculptures lining the village streets. To up the cultural ante, peruse the magnificent, equinethemed artwork at Equis Fine Art Gallery, or enjoy a performance by internationally-renowned dance companies at Tivoli’s Kaatsbaan International Dance Center.

CREME DE LA CUISINE These towns’ dining scenes star irresistible, diverse establishments and stand out from the region with an impressive number of gourmet eateries. Dive into a creative brunch menu starring local, seasonal ingredients at Murray’s Tivoli.

For lunch or dinner, the Zagat-rated restaurants Mercato Osteria & Enoteca and Panzur serve authentic Italian in Red Hook and traditional Spanish tapas in Tivoli, respectively. Pick your own pumpkins, apples, and raspberries before the autumn ends at Greig Farm. If you miss the fall harvest, the Hudson Valley Farmer’s Market is held every Saturday year-round in their rustic, picturesque dairy barn.

HISTORIC HEIGHTS Since its 17th-century beginnings, a number of Red Hook and Tivoli establishments have been perfectly preserved for a modern look at yesteryear. Take a tour of Montgomery Place, a Federal-style mansion recently declared a National Historic Landmark. The Elmendorph Inn, the oldest building in Red Hook, is home to Historic Red Hook, a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving and collecting local memorabilia. SEE RED HOOK/TIVOLI LISTINGS PAGE 60 FA L L / W I N T E R 2 0 1 5

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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

D’AMBY PROJECT Pronounced “dee-am-bee”, this company offers Contemporary & Irish Dance Classes for students, and is home to an international performance company. 7270 South Broadway, Red Hook, (845) 705-4345 thedambyproject.com

HISTORIC VILLAGE DINER Historic Village Diner, amazing food, home of diner dunkers, now serving wine and beer, worth the wait, come visit us! 7550 N Broadway, Red Hook, (845) 758-6232 historic-village-diner.com

KAATSBAAN INTERNATIONAL DANCE CENTER Kaatsbaan is “the Hudson Valley’s cultural park for dance” and a leading Up-State dance presenter offering professional residencies, public performances and educational programs. 120 Broadway, Tivoli, (845) 757-5106 kaatsbaan.org 60

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TIVOLI MERCANTILE A lifestyle shop that sells an eclectic mix of home goods, books, clothing, jewelry and toys. Something for everyone! 5 E Market St., Red Hook, (845) 758-3230


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ANNEX ANTIQUES CENTER

CLOVE KITCHEN MARKET

30+ dealers in shop featuring antique, vintage & collectible items. Glassware, jewelry, fine art, coins, books, toys, unique gifts. Ample parking, Handicapped Accessible. 7578 N. Broadway, Red Hook, (845) 758-2843 facebook.com/annexantiques

A local shop with handcrafted, small-batch, hard-to-find specialty foods and kitchen tools. 7 E Market Street, Red Hook, (845) 835-8026 clovemarket.com

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EQUIS ART GALLERY

Restaurant quality food in a 18-seat cafe setting with a focus on local ingredients, craft beer, wine, and artisinal coffee. 7466 South Broadway, Red Hook, (845) 835-8365 daughtersfareandale.com

Representing some of the World’s finest contemporary Equine Art, antiques and locally sourced,locally crafted handmade wood furniture. 15 West Market St., Red Hook, (845) 758-9432 equisart.com

LITTLE PICKLES

RED HOOK CURRY HOUSE

A children’s paradise with unique toys from around the world, delicious candies, and a playhouse for endless adventures. 7505 North Broadway, Red Hook, (845) 835-8086 ourlittlepickles.com

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) 758-2666 redhookcurryhouse.com

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ith a historic heart and gourmet flair, Rhinebeck stands out from the scenic bordering Catskills as a first-rate dining destination and relaxing Hudson Valley retreat. Town-wide traditions, a flourishing art scene, a renowned shopping district, and a country-chic core give the opulent town an irresistible glow.

SINTERKLAAS Every year, the town of Rhinebeck gathers in early December for Sinterklaas, a celebration honoring its Dutch heritage and the eponymous patron saint of children and sailors. After a day of art, theater, workshops, music, and dance, locals and visitors alike parade the streets in gorgeous handmade costumes. Perhaps best known for its Children’s Starlight Parade, in which youngsters wearing Sinterklaas crowns carry illuminated paper stars through town, the event offers a modern take on the Dutch traditions by honoring children as the light of the future.

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for a dad, brother, uncle, or son? The men’s clothier Changes combines swank and comfort in every outfit, item, and accessory. For women, Joovay offers luxury, designer items you won’t find in any mall or department store. Land of Oz carries treats, tricks, and toys for the kids, with entire sections for dress-up, science, building blocks, babies, and more.

A FINE FEAST Rhinebeck is lush with restaurants serving fresh, local fare given five-star treatment by world-class chefs. The award-winning Terrapin combines elegant, organic New American cuisine with innovative French, Asian, Southwestern, and Italian influences. Step out of the cold and into the warm dining room at Le Petit Bistro, where fresh seafood and rotating specials pleasure the finest palates. SEE RHINEBECK LISTINGS PAGE 63


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FIBER FLAME fiberflame is a walk-in art studio offering daily projects for all ages. No appointments needed, just walkin and dig into a project! Customer favorites include paint your own pottery, decorating wood animals, swords and magic wands (handmade by a local woodworker), designing canvas totes and backpacks, and hand-carving rubber stamps. The possibilities are endless; fiberflame’s friendly staff, and huge selection of materials promise to inspire. Rhinebeck visitors won’t want to miss this local favorite! Just mention this publication for 10% off your entire purchase. Two Hudson Valley Locations: 18B E. Market St, Rhinebeck (845) 516-5123. 1776 Route 212, Saugerties, (845) 679-6132 fiberflamestudio.com

OLDE RHINEBECK INN C. 1745 Authentic... Elegant... Rustic... Intimate. Escape to this Early American farmhouse for an ideal country getaway. Admire the patina of centuries past, Savor the goodness of a homecooked bountiful breakfast. Relax and surrender to the simplicity of a slower pace, where great expectations are quietly met. 340 Wurtemburg Rd, Rhinebeck, (845) 871-1745 rhinebeckinn.com

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LAND OF OZ TOYS Hand selected educational and fun toys for children of all ages. We offer unique, high quality domestic and European toys and games. 41 East Market St., Rhinebeck, (845) 876-1918. landofoztoys.com

WILLOW WOOD Willow Wood’s vibrant prints say “spring” no matter the season. Warm up any season with women’s resort-wear fashions, menswear, and home décor in luxurious fabrics and saturated hues. Dress everyday to play in the city, country, mountains or beach! 38 East Market Street, Rhinebeck, (845) 876-4141

RHINEBECK ARTIST’S SHOP 56 E Market St, Rhinebeck, (845) 876-4922 rhinebeckartistsshop.com

OBLONG BOOKS Celebrating 40 years of bookselling in the Hudson Valley, Oblong is the area’s source for the best in books, music, and toys for all ages. Come browse our 30,000 titles and find your next favorite book. Open daily in Rhinebeck and Millerton. Montgomery Row, 6422 Montgomery St., Rhinebeck, (845) 876-0500 oblongbooks.com 64

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WORKERS & DREAMERS Workers & Dreamers is your destination for gifts and classic wardrobe pieces. We carry Crabtree & Evelyn and Vera Bradley as well as Wooden Ships, Michael Stars, and other luxury brands. 6404 Montgomery St, Rhinebeck, (845) 876-5151 workersanddreamersrhinebeck.com


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The Painted Village in the Sky

TANNERSVILLE ANTIQUE & ART CENTER

DEER MOUNTAIN INN Arts + Crafts-style accommodations and refined rustic dining blend city sensibilities with Catskill charm. 790 County Road 25, Tannersville, (518) 589-6268 deermountaininn.com

INTEGRATIVE APPROACH MASSAGE THERAPY & WELLNESS Using an Integrative Approach, Alexander Zivian LMT combines a variety of therapeutic bodywork modalities to ensure the perfect massage for each individual. 6045 Main Street, Tannersville, (518) 589-0700 integrative-approach.com

PURE MOUNTAIN YOGA Providing year-round yoga & meditation for all levels. We have all the necessary equipment for your practice. Come join us! 6045 Main St., Tannersville, (518) 589-4001 puremountainyoga.com

Minutes from Kaaterskill Falls, we feature vintage Catskills signs and contemporary photography celebrating the local landscape. 5994 Main Street, Tannersville, (518) 589-5050 tannersvilleantiques.com

MAMA’S BOY BURGER “The Devil’s Tombstone.” One of our local, grassfed black Angus Burgers singled out by Food and Wine Magazine! 6067 Main St., Tannersville, (518) 589-MOMS mamasboycatskills.com

TWIN PEAKS COFFEE & DONUTS Hot fresh donuts made to order, topped with scrumptious glazes. Try caramel apple or the bacon egg cheese donut sliders! Coffee roasted in-house. 5950 Main Street, Tannersville, (518) 589-6262 FA L L / W I N T E R 2 0 1 5

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Warwick’s Winter Wonderland W

hether you’re looking for scenic serenity, delectable dining, or exhilarating entertainment during the colder months, the town of Warwick, recently awarded the honor of most beautiful village in America, provides a picturesque setting for celebrating the holiday season, especially with the return of its sixweek, town-wide Home for the Holidays event. Every year, Warwick magically transforms into a winter wonderland from November 22 through December 24, starting with the breathtaking Festival of Trees Gala and culminating in Christmas Eve caroling. The open house on November 22 from 10am–5pm sends the town into a flurry of activity—storefronts sparkle with lights and holiday trimmings while local carolers tra-la-la through the village’s shops and restaurants. Horsedrawn carriages are readied to kick off a month of free rides every weekend through December 22, weather permitting. Throughout the town, local businesses and organizations uphold the winter traditions that keep the holiday season so close to our hearts— steaming mugs of hot chocolate and a red-cheeked Santa Claus bring cheer to the village green. A menorah lighting, gingerbread house contests, and 66

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festive performances abound throughout the town. Seasonal treats and complimentary gift wrapping are offered by shop keepers and business owners. Tis the season to give to those in need! The Angel Tree on Main Street is adorned with the names and ages of children who may have a bare tree this holiday season. Pick an angel and purchase an appropriate gift as a guardian angel, spreading the holiday cheer to those less fortunate. The Warwick Merchant Guild sponsors the six-week, town-wide celebration, but the local shopkeepers, business owners, and residents come together to make the annual event truly unforgettable. Tourists, visitors, and guests are welcome to join Warwick in creating a little winter magic right here in the Hudson Valley. For more information, call 845-987-7600. SEE WARWICK LISTINGS PAGE 67


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LANDMARK INN

NEWHARD’S

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

Seasonal, beautiful, fun! Newhard’s The Home Source will capture your imagination. It is a jewel box of wonderful finds, timeless treasures. 39 Main St, Warwick, (845) 986-4544 newhards.com

Happy Holidays!

everyday’s a weekend mens and womens casual clothes A.N.M. Romper $38.00

YE OLDE WARWICK BOOK SHOPPE

STYLE COUNSEL

Orange County’s only independent Book Shoppe. We feature new, used, and rare books, collectibles and curiosities. 31 Main St, Warwick, (845) 544-7183 yeoldewarwickbookshoppe.com

$78.00 Offering exactly what the modern-day woman Scarf Sca $15.00 wants, Style Counsel carries the and hottest fashions and accessories in a variety of sizes. Let us help Railroad Ave. Warwick, NY 10990 Street 2124 Warwick, Main Street you find19 theMain perfect outfit! 19 Main St,

A.N.M. Top $32.00 Kensie Denim

STYLE COUNSEL $5.00 off any pair of reg. priced jeans with this ad.expiration 5/30/2010

845-986-6996 stylecounsel.net

(845) 986-9588 stylecounsel.net Warwick, NY 845-986-9588 • 845-986-6996 • stylecounsel.net

HISTORIC 1773 WARWICK PROPERTY FOR SALE LISTED BY THE GREEN TEAM 1773 General John Hathorn property. Renovate your dream, preserve history. Tons of potential. 14.6 acres + guest house. Great location right off Route 94. Sold “as is.” On National & NY State Historic Register. Call “Pip” Julie Klein, Licensed Real Estate Salesperson. (845) 216-1293. 7 Main St, Warwick, (845) 986-7730 greenteamhv.com

WARWICK VALLEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Your first stop in the Valley; the primary source of information on businesses for locals and visitors alike! warwickcc.org FA L L / W I N T E R 2 0 1 5

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WARWICK VALLEY FARMERS’ MARKET

SLEEPY VALLEY INN

Open Sundays 9 am–2 pm. through Nov. 22. South Street Parking Lot. The best fresh, locally-grown food. info@warwickvalleyfarmersmarket.org, (845) 988-7912 warwickvalleyfarmersmarket.org

Stay in our romantic rooms with oversized whirlpool tubs, on suite seasonal fireplaces, rooms include breakfast for 2 of your choice. 117 Sleepy Valley Road, Warwick, (845) 986-7829 sleepyvalleyinn.com

YESTERDAYS

LOVE LIFE TATTOO & ART STUDIO

Fine food and Spirit’s since 1985.Voted best burgers, fish n chips, Shepards pie and desserts in the Hudson Valley! 20 beers on draft. 29 Main St #1, Warwick, (845) 986-1904 yesterdaysnet.com

Intriguing pieces, vintage memorabilia, and strong artistic minds paired with a caring staff and spacious location. 10 South St, Warwick, (845) 544-7979 lovelifeny.com

TUSCAN CAFE

FRAZZLEBERRIES COUNTRY STORE

We promote positivity & creativity, support local businesses, and bring a home made personal touch to all we do. Daily activities may include wifi, chess, reading local papers and magazines, or just relaxing on the couch. 5 South St, Warwick, (845) 987-2050 tuscancafe.net

Serving the Hudson Valley for almost 30 years, specializing in Byers Carolers, Vintage Santas, Holiday Prints, Seasonal Home Décor, Reclaimed Barnwood Furniture, Women’s Accessories, Jewelry, and Alex + Ani. 24 Main St, Warwick, (845) 988-5080 frazzleberries.com

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… a 4-season playground. Luxury Resorts, B&Bs, Lodges, Inns and Campgrounds, Shopping, Golfing, Rock Climbing, Hiking, Skiing, Snow Shoeing, Apple Picking, Wine Tasting and more... you’ll see it all in Ulster County, NY.

Hudson Valley/Catskill Regions


A highly regarded, 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.

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