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Accommodations

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Outdoors

Homes Away From Home

Take a Powder

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Entertainment

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Food & Drink

Savor Your Visit

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That’s Entertainment!

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Hudson Valley Map

Craft Beverages

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We Propose a Toast

Communities

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Hudson

Shopping

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Got It in the Bag

Communities

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New Paltz

Objects in Sight

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Arts

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Events

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History

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Nightlife...............................51

Antiques...............................48 Arts......................................48 Craft Beverages....................49 Farms...................................49

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Historic Sites........................50

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ACCOMMODATIONS

HOMES AWAY FROM HOME By Leah Habib

The Emerson, Mount Tremper

Where you stay is a crucial part of any vacation. Maybe you want a bed and breakfast experience, or a resort in a quaint town to observe the beautiful fall foliage. Perhaps your preference is an economical option with close proximity to a hip town. Either way, there is a great place to stay for you at in the Valley.

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uttermilk Falls is nestled on 75 acres. Guests have the option to stay in 10 curated rooms in the circa 1764 Main House with river or garden views, or one of eight unique private cottages. Millstone Farm is the source behind produce found at the onsite restaurant, Henry’s at the Farm. For a fun autumnal day, take advantage of their U-Pick Picnic Package. Running through Halloween, guests who book a two-night stay Monday through Thursday receive a Buttermilk Falls picnic basket, a $25 voucher to use at Locust Grove Fruit Farm for U-pick produce, two Buttermilk Spa lunch items packed in the picnic, and two spa coupons. For history buffs seeking the B&B experience, our recommendation is Journey Inn in historic Hyde Park. The Vanderbilt Estate, with its luscious formal gardens, is just across the way. Each of the seven rooms is filled with theme and spirit. The Roosevelt Room pays homage to Hyde Park’s claim to fame, while the Tuscan is red and

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majestic inspiring you to dine at the CIA for an Italian-themed meal. If you would like to pamper yourself at a spa in the beautiful Catskill Park region head over to The Emerson in Mount Tremper. Enjoy the splendor of the fall with their Leaf Peeping package. If you go in the winter months, be sure to visit some of the neighboring mountains for a day of skiing. Or better yet: rejuvenate at the spa and enjoy a delicious dinner at the onsite Woodnotes Grille. The Bear Mountain Inn is another option for a mountainous stay. Located in Bear Mountain State Park, this resort overlooks Hessian Lake. Choose from one of 15 deluxe guestrooms and suites at the Bear Mountain Inn, a standard comfortable room overlooking the Hudson River at the Overlook Lodge, or enjoy a rustic cabin experience at one of the four Stone Cottages. For our budget-conscious travelers, there is the America’s Best Value Inn in New Paltz. A stay here means more money to spend on exploring the cool town of New Paltz. The Days Inn in Poughkeepsie is also an affordable option. Just a six-minute walk to Vassar College, have a swim in the indoor pool after your fall or winter stroll along one of America’s oldest college campuses. Other lodging options include the Bricktown Inn, a Victorian mansion in Haverstraw; and the Roosevelt Inn, located in the historic village of Hyde Park, just minutes from the FDR Estate.


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

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

BRICKTOWN INN 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 AVENUE HAVERSTRAW (845) 429-8447 bricktowninnbnb.com

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


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Golf | Premier Cuisine | Inn | Special Events | Weddings The Garrison offers an 18-hole, 72-par public golf course nestled in the Hudson Highlands. Located on the grounds, Valley Restaurant provides world-class cuisine and banquet facilities for weddings and special events.

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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. WWW.THECALDWELLHOUSE.COM

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Boutique Hotel • Waterfront Dining Great Food • Cocktails • Hospitality Serving Dinner Wed - Sun 435 Main Street Rosendale, New York (845) 658-7800 • www.the1850house.com


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FOOD & DRINK

SAVOR YOUR VISIT By Leah Habib

Nothing keeps you warmer in the colder months than a hearty meal. When you can’t have Mama’s chicken noodle soup, venture out to these Hudson Valley restaurants, which give fine dining another name. The Bocuse Restaurant, Culinary Institute of America, Hyde Park

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yde Park is home to one of America’s most prestigious cooking schools, the Culinary Institute of America. With many restaurants to choose from, options range from modern French (Bocuse) to farm-to-table (American Bounty) authentic Italian (Caterina de Medici), and progressive patisserie (Apple Pie Bakery). Diners are part of the learning experience, journeying with students and instructors on the path of culinary excellence. Just up Route 9, a Mediterranean feast awaits at Gigi Trattoria in Rhinebeck. Their menu thrives on elegant, seasonal, rustic ingredients for fresh-tasting delicacies. Choose from housemade pastas, skizza (Gigi’s take on “skinny” pizza), salads, and more. For pub fare, 1850 House Inn & Tavern in historic Rosendale does classic favorites like fish and chips plus artisanal cocktails, 10 taps of craft beers plus a handpicked wine selection. The view of the Rondout Creek at the violet hour of sunset is worth the price of a cocktail alone. To dine in the oldest continuously operated water-powered gristmill in New York, visit Tuthill House at the Mill. Go on a weekend, you can enjoy their extensive brunch menu. Dinner entrees are American-inspired—like grilled hanger steak with English peas, pearl onions, baby carrots, and bacon, or a spring vegetable cassoluet with haricot verts, Romano and fava bean stew, asparagus, artichoke, tomato, and olive oil bread crumbs. For a meaningful celebration of New York and different types of cuisines, head over to Wappingers newest farm-to-table joint, Heritage Food + Drink. Southern themed, they offer wood-fired meats like lamb ribs and skirt steak—using locally and responsibly sourced and humanely raised meat—cornmeal crusted flounder with crispy blue potatoes, and well-known dishes like fried chicken. Specialty cocktail and dessert menus are touted as well. Soak up autumn or the first winter snow on the grounds of The Garrison with stunning river views and cozy country elegance while dining at Valley restaurant. The painted wood floors pave the way to a wall of windows overlooking an outdoor terrace. The dinner menu—featuring options like daily made pastas, local cheese boards, charcuterie, apps, small plates, and locally themed entrees—is just as lovely as the views.


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CASANA T HOUSE Specializing in artisanal tea, sustainable coffee & gourmet pastries. Visit us in an ‘East meets West’ setting where culture & indulgence collide. Open Fri-Tues 8~4. • 2633 STATE ROUTE 23, HILLSDALE (518) 325-6105 casanatea.com

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

GIGI TRATTORIA & CATERING Best described as “Hudson Valley Mediterranean,” Gigi’s menus celebrate the seasonal bounty of our local farms with innovative, artfully crafted dishes prepared with the freshest Hudson Valley produce. 6422 MONTGOMERY STREET RHINEBECK (845) 876-1007. (845) 758-8060. gigihudsonvalley.com

TUTHILLTOWN DISTILLERY & TUTHILL HOUSE New York's first whiskey distillery since Prohibition. Offering tours, tastings and scenic riverside dining in our historic Tuthill House Restaurant. 14 GRISTMILL LN GARDINER (845) 255-1527 tuthilltown.com

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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

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

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CRAFT BEVERAGE

Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery

W E PROPOSE A TOAST By Leah Habib

Who says drinking is only fun in the summer? Nothing nourishes your heart and soul in the brisk months like a smooth glass of a wine or a tasty cocktail.

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ngry Orchard’s 60-acre R&D test plot and tasting room campus is located in Walden. Visitors will enjoy learning about the cider-making process and the various techniques used to create Angry Orchard’s potables. Of course, you won’t want to leave without doing a cider tasting! Drafts for purchase are available at the Innovation Cider House, including the Crisp Apple, Easy Apple, and some other exclusive experimental batches. Coppersea Distilling, located in New Paltz, uses heritage farming techniques and self-grown ingredients to create award-winning spirits. Their whiskies include Excelsior Bourbon, the only 100-percent New York Bourbon, Bonticou Crag Straight Single Malt Rye, and Big Angus Green Malt. Distillery tours on weekends. Denning’s Point Distillery produces Beacon Bourbon, Maid of the Meadow Vodka, Beacon Apple Brandy, Viskill Vodka, Beacon American Whiskey, and Great 9 Gin at its facility and tasting room in Beacon. Tours and tastings on weekends. Wine lovers must “hike” the Shawangunk Wine Trail. With vineyards spanning Ulster and Orange Counties, many with picturesque views of Shawangunk Mountains or local bodies of water, there is certainly a place for everyone! The trail is home to 15 diverse wineries, which host events year round and produce over 100,000

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cases of wine. Wineries include: Adair Vineyards, Applewood Winery, Baldwin Vineyards, Benmarl Winery, Brimstone Hill Vineyard, Brunel & Rafael Winery, Brotherhood, America’s Oldest Winery, Clearview Vineyard, Demarest Hill Winery & Distillery, Glorie Farm Winery, Palaia Vineyards & Winery, Robibero Winery, Stoutridge Vineyard, Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery, and Whitecliff Vineyard. Whitecliff Vineyard in Gardiner made Hudson Valley history in 2010 by winning Best White Wine in Show at the San Francisco International wine competition. With over 30 years of experience planting and experimenting with grape varieties, Whitecliff is committed to sustainability, environmentalism, and producing vegan wines. Special pairing events like Red Wine and Chocolate on November 4 and 5 or Thanksgiving Pairing on November 11. Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery is less than 90 minutes from Manhattan. Much more than wine happens here. Bring the kids for apple picking, which runs until October 29 at the orchard. Cider, Warwick Gin, and American Fruits Distillery are all made here. Their tasting room offers $5 tastes of their cider, $6 wines, and $10 spirit tastings.


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Blackbird Attic, Beacon

GOT IT IN THE BAG By Leah Habib

Alright shopaholics: Christmas shopping just got even more fun. The Hudson Valley offers cutesy boutiques, charming villages, antique centers, and, yes, malls for those extra-frigid days when you just don’t want to be outside.

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rafts People in West Hurley is a local favorite. Representing over 500 contemporary craftspeople, this gallery is the perfect place to shop for a personal homemade gift for that special someone. Enjoy browsing around, eyeing the choices of blown glass, jewelry, pottery, turned wood, woven items, wrought iron, stained glass, martini glasses, and more. Downside: It will be hard to leave empty handed. The Craft Village of Sugar Loaf is another craft paradise further south in the valley. Over 20 unique shops fill this charming, storybook-like village, which is bombarded by apple orchards and wineries. Shops offer artistic delights like oil and acrylic paintings, watercolor, stained glass, black and white and color photography, pottery, antiques, jewelry, woodworks, candles, soap, sculpture and more. Bliss Co-op has hand-crafted cards to make those season’s greetings really stand out. If you’re in the mood to visit a consignment boutique and pick up some new threads, head over to Blackbird Attic in Beacon. A wellcurated mix of modern, vintage, and designer clothing, prices are reasonable. Maybe Dad wants a grandfather clock, or a rare map of the world from the 1700s for the holidays. While there are plenty of antique stores around, we recommend going to A Collector’s Eye in Hudson. Equal parts gallery and store, we can assure that you’ll enjoy perusing through collectibles from the Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Jungstile, Scandinavian Modern, and Mid-Century Modern periods. A bitter winter day is the perfect excuse to head on over to the Poughkeepsie Galleria. A two-story mall, it has all the classics and then some. DSW, Abercrombie & Fitch, Forever 21, a young woman’s dream! Athletes rejoice: there’s Dicks Sporting Goods, Foot Locker, and more. While you’re in Poughkeepsie you might as well visit the Poughkeepsie Plaza—with a huge Marshalls it’ll be hard not to find an outfit for New Year’s Eve. The Palisades Center Mall in West Nyack is four floors of fun for the whole family. Just 25 miles north of New York City, Palisades takes the word mall to a new level. Featuring 200 shops, 15 sit-down restaurants, a bowling alley, an ice skating rink, the world’s tallest indoor ropes course, a comedy club, and more, it’s seemingly impossible not to have a merry time here.


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One stop shopping for Hawthorne Valley’s certified organic, Biodynamic® and Animal Welfare Approved products: raw milk, cheese, yogurt, sauerkraut, veggies, meat and more. Organic deli bar – menu changes daily. • 327 COUNTY RT 21C GHENT (518) 672-7500 hvfstore.org

Unique gifts, antiques, fashion accessories, home decor & many more wonderful delights! Our selection is ever-changing; your visit to JOURNEY ON will always be a new shopping experience! • 8 CHURCH STREET FISHKILL (845) 440-3251 journeyongifts.com

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Here it’s all about the thrill of the hunt, a passion for things lost and found, vintage furnishings, unusual accessories, one-of-a-kind handmade jewelry, greeting cards, soaps and oils, antiquarian maps and prints, and much, much more. • 107 S DIVISION STREET PEEKSKILL (914)Glass 737-2194 thecooppeekskill.com Stained Candles Soap

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

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OBJECTS IN SIGHT By Leah Habib

Rumor has it there are more artists in the Hudson Valley per capita than anywhere else in the US. A significant number of artists means a lot of great places to view a variety of styles of artwork. Here’s our list of must hits.

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quis Art Gallery in Red Hook represents over 30 fine contemporary equine artists for the horse lover in us all. The gallery showcases several mediums: painting, sculpture, drawing, and fine art photography. Love photography and the Hudson Valley? A visit to Exposures Gallery in Chester is in order, then. Landscape photographer and gallery owner Nick Zungoli’s Hudson Valley images fill the main room. Changing shows of worldwide snapshots are shown in the special exhibit room. “Between I & Thou” is on view at Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art in Peekskill through December 2018. The multimedia exhibit explores human connection through the areas of personal, cultural, and religious and features the works of artists from all over. “Illumination of the Sacred Forms,” an exhibit of Peter Bynum’s illuminated paintings with soundscapes and video projections closes in December. Explore Thomas Cole House, the national historic site and former home of the founder of the Hudson River School of painting. The site houses many works by Cole (1801-1848), and through October 29, “From the Creek,” exhibits works in reaction to Cole by renowned contemporary sculptor Kiki Smith, will also be displayed. If you find yourself on the SUNY New Paltz campus, you have no excuse not to visit the 24

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Installation view of “Artists as Innovators: Celebrating Three Decades of NYSCA/NYFA Fellowships.” at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz.

Dorsky Museum. Aside from its permanent collection, the exhibit “Artists as Innovators: Celebrating Three Decades of New York State Council on the Arts / New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowships” features artwork addressing often controversial subjects like the status of women, sexual orientation, equality, consumerism, globalization, and more is on display through November 12. Warhol comes February 10 with the exhibit “Marking Time: Andy Warhol’s Vision of Celebrations, Commemorations, and Anniversaries,” which features prints occasioned by the centennial of the Brooklyn Bridge and the five-year anniversary of Kennedy’s assassination, Polaroid photographs of holiday motifs and feminist milestones, black and white photographs of birthday celebrations, and more. Dia: Beacon is a great place to check out avant garde exhibits. Dan Flavin, Anne Truitt, and Michael Heizer are some artists whose work is on long-term view. Starting October 28, prolific French painter François Morellet’s work will be on display. This exhibit includes early abstract geometrical paintings, as well as later works of his, plus a new site-specific installation entitled “No End Neon.”

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HISTORY

HISTORY H A PPENED HER E By Leah Habib

Fall is the perfect time to explore some of the rich cultural history that surrounds the area. But don’t worry—when the cold comes, there are indoor museums as well.

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ndependent, not-for-profit museum Locust Grove is located in Poughkeepsie. Set on 200-acres, Locust Grove Estate features an Italianate villa dating to 1851. Designed for Samuel Morse, the mansion is the work of architect A. J. Davis. The carriage roads, views of the Hudson River, and manicured gardens make for a picturesque fall afternoon. Not too far from Locust Grove lies Historic Huguenot Street in New Paltz, first established in 1698 by a group of Huguenot families. In 1894, their descendants formed what is today the community of Historic Huguenot Street to preserve their legacy. This 10-acre National Historic Landmark District includes a visitor center, seven historic stone houses, and a reconstructed 1717 Huguenot church. For a spooky walk, we recommend a dusk stroll through the burial ground, which contains some of the original inhabitants. In 1714, American Jewish leader Luis Moses Gomez purchased 1,000 acres in Newburgh. Later, his two sons, Jacob and Daniel, accumulated a total of 4,000 acres. The Gomez Mill House has been home to many notable members of American history, such as American Revolutionary patriot Wolfert Eckert; 19th-century gentleman farmer and conservationist William Henry Armstrong; Dard Hunter and social activist Martha Gruening. The Gomez Mill House is open to visitors on a guided tour only. Newburgh is also home to Washington’s Headquarters State Historic Site. General 28

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George Washington spent crucial months here, making key historical decisions. Tour the rooms where he pondered whether or not to be king after the war; decided to eliminate military control of the government; developed and awarded the Badge of Military Merit; and floated a letter to state governors that influenced the writing of the United States Constitution. West Point, the United States Military Academy, was founded in 1802. Its official motto is “to educate, train, and inspire the Corps of Cadets so that each graduate is a commissioned leader of character committed to the values of Duty, Honor, Country and prepared for a career of professional excellence and service to the Nation as an officer in the United States Army.” Visitors should head to the visitor center to take a guided tour. While there, the West Point Museum is open to the public as well. In Kingston, the Hudson River Maritime Museum’s newest edition for 2017, “The Modeler’s Craft,” features boat models from the museum’s collection as well as some on loan from Friends of Historic Kingston and the Newburgh Historical Society. In the more permanent collection in the East Gallery, industrial, maritime, and ecological history is profiled. Don’t miss one of the few remaining steam boats with her original engine intact Mathilda, permanently docked at the museum’s yard.


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Catamount, Hillsdale

TA KE A POW DER By Leah Habib

It’s no secret that the Hudson Valley and Catskills have some of the best slopes close to New York City. Check out these mountains for a day (or two) of great powder action.

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elleayre Mountain in Highmount is a great place for the whole family. Regardless of skill level, this mountain has something to accommodate everyone. With 50 trails, parks and glades, a vertical drop of 1,404 feet, eight lifts, and four lodges beginners and experts alike can rejoice on this peak. Windham Mountain has slightly more trails, clocking in at 54. They have both adult programs and youth programs. New for the 2017/2018 season is the option for the MAX Pass Add-On. With this addition, pass holders not only get a great season at Windham Mountain, but five days at over 40 ski resorts around the US, too. New snow-making guns are also on the mountain this year, for an even more powdery ride! Thunder Ridge is one of the closest skiing options to New York City, just 8 miles north of Route 684 and an hour’s drive from Manhattan. The mountain offers a unique treat with nightime skiing, and is a popular spot for high school ski racing events. Plattekill in Roxbury is ideal for snow adventurers seeking the old-school mountain experience. This small mountain features 38 trails and a kind of hospitality you won’t find elsewhere. A rustic, scenic base lodge with old-fashioned New England style trails makes Plattekill the place for both a relaxing and refreshing winter activity day. If you’re in the neighborhood of the Berkshires, be sure to pay Catamount a visit. This mountain touts the longest run in the Berkshires—Ridge Run to Upper and Lower Promenade, 2.5 miles.

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Windham Mountain, Windham

They offer first-timer, group, and private lessons plus STRIDE adaptive lessons for individuals with disabilities. Mount Peter, known as “the Friendly One,” is the oldest operating ski area in New York. Located in Warwick, this mountain was actually started by Macy’s in 1936 to promote their ski fashions—although this mountain has become much more than a marketing ploy. Family-run and operated snowboarding and snow tubing are offered, with the option of 14 total trails and one terrain park. Date tip: Night skiing is offered Monday to Saturday.


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ENTERTAINMENT

TH AT’S ENTERTA INMENT! By Leah Habib

Soak up some live music or view a state-of the-art dance performance at some of these lively and eclectic venues. The Hudson Valley hosts creative, world-class talent year-round. he site of the famous 1969 Woodstock Music Festival, Bethel Woods now has an arts center with a museum, Pavilion Stage amphitheater with seating for 15,000, an intimate 440-seat indoor Event Gallery, and a Conservatory for arts education programming. This fall, the Event Gallery’s lineup includes performances by John Sebastian, Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn, Los Lonely Boys, and more. Another great place to hear live music is The Falcon in Marlboro. This all-ages venue is perched over Marlboro Falls and has featured the likes of Chris Thile and Brad Mehldau. The Falcon is also home to the Avalon Archives, Ned Moran’s collection of rock ‘n’ roll ephemera including posters, handbills, and photographs dating back to the early ‘60s. For intimate concert experiences, Daryl’s House in Pawling offer national acts in small rooms. Recent shows included NRBQ and Marc Cohn. Dance fans love Kaatsbaan International Dance Center in Tivoli. Bring the kids to “10 Hairy Legs: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe,” a one-act performance on October 28. Ballet enthusiasts will enjoy BalletNext, Michele

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Wiles’s company, which puts an innovative spin on the classic dance form. The Center for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck is staging holiday favorite “It’s A Wonderful Life” December 1 to 17 and “A Christmas Carol” is hits the stage on December 22 to 24 to really get you into the holiday spirit. If you’d rather be outside, The Walkway over The Hudson is a great choice for a pleasing stroll, with awe-inspiring vistas 212 feet above the Hudson River. Enjoy gorgeous views of peak foliage or a nice sunset stroll. Be sure to visit some of the trails and parks, historic districts, shops, restaurants, and cafes at either the Highland or Poughkeepsie end of the “Great Connector.”

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VISIT

HUDSON By Anne Pyburn Craig

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This Amtrak-accessible, compact, little gem of a city is as edgy, chic, and cool as they come. Once upon a time, it was a whaling port; once upon a later time, it was a hotbed of sin and drama focused on the brothels and gambling dens of Diamond Street. Diamond Street’s been renamed Columbia Street; the brothels long gone, but Hudson remains a sexy, multifaceted sparkler.

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undreds of historic buildings laid out in a classic grid make an ideal setting for highly creative cuisine and commerce. In some cases, history is destiny: Hudson Hall, the 21st-century name of the 1855 Hudson Opera House, now hosts performances, exhibitions and workshops of all sorts in its grand secondfloor performance hall. In others, history’s been delightfully twisted: Basilica Hudson and Helsinki Hudson are both former industrial spaces converted into cutting-edge venues. Another, Time and Space Limited, thrives in a former bakery. Antiquing put Hudson on the destination map, and there are nearly fifty flourishing dealers. Over 30 wildly various galleries show contemporary art. And if you’d like to understand the genesis of the Hudson River school of painting, there’s no better place than Frederic Church’s Olana, a sumptuous villa and landscape that blends the Victorian eye of Calvert Vaux with Middle Eastern design elements. Some people journey upriver from Manhattan to do their clothes shopping in

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Hudson, which is understandable when you consider the selection of boutiques. There’s fine vintage and cutting-edge contemporary, shops specializing in hand-done hats and leather creations. Luxe, eclectic international clothier Kasuri, original designs handmade at Marine Penvern Atelier, classics from De Marchin that manage to be subtle and showstopping in the same breath—Hudson is the place to go for a whole new look, complete with the spas and salons to lay on the finishing touches. Top it all off with a hostelry with a fine locavore kitchen and craft cocktails, such as Wm. Farmer & Sons Boarding and Barroom. The cuisine has kept pace. Wine Enthusiast just named Zak Pelaccio’s Fish & Game to its top 100 wine restaurants for the third year running. One of the partners responsible for the exquisite Northern Italian menu at Ca’Mea is a noted restaurateur from Northern Italy. A New York Times food writer said that Swoon Kitchenbar “marries the best of city-based training with the advantages of Hudson Valley ingredients.” Yeah, it’s that kind of a town.


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

BASILICA HUDSON A multidisciplinary arts center housed in a spectacular solar-powered 1880s factory on Hudson’s waterfront, presenting cultural and community programming. Basilica Farm & Flea Holiday Market (Nov 24 – 26), part timeless flea and farmer’s market, part craft and design fair, showcases the splendor of Hudson Valley farmers, collectors and artisans. • 110 SOUTH FRONT STREET HUDSON (518) 822-1050 basilicahudson.org

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VISIT

N E W PA LT Z By Anne Pyburn Craig

New Paltz has a way of grabbing your heart and never letting go. It’s been said that once you breathe the air, you’re fated to return, but that may be no mystery: Once you’ve experienced the combination of factors that make New Paltz New Paltz, a single visit just won’t do.

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or a delicious introduction to the area’s stunning views, get on the Shawangunk Wine Trail. Both of the trail’s two New Paltz stops—Adair Vineyards, with its 200-year-old barn, and Robibero Winery, with its 90-foot deck—are pet-friendly, gorgeously located, and welcoming places to sip a fine local glass and get a ton of local knowledge. SUNY New Paltz, ranked fifth best public college by US News and World Report, has shaped the local culture for nearly 200 years. There’s a planetarium and observatory, a 9,000-squarefoot art museum, a Makerbot 3D printing lab, and a constant flow of culture, energy, and young vibrations. The village centers on a sweetly sloping Main Street packed with creative indie places to eat and shop and ends at a pretty river. Beyond that river, the Shawangunk Mountains beckon, welcoming climbers, bikers, hikers, plein aire painters, and wanderers of all sorts. Surrounding the town are family farms new and old, classic and exotic. You’ll want to get deeper into those mountains and see the dwarf pines, crystalline sky lakes and creeks up close. Besides the 22,275 acres of the Minnewaska State Park Preserve, there’s

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the Mohonk Preserve, with over 200 miles of trails and carriage roads and five linear miles of world-renowned cliff face. Outside magazine chose Mohonk Preserve as one of the top five “city escapes” in the US; stop in at the visitors’ center and get well-versed. There are plenty of places to stay, but few are finer than the Mohonk Mountain House. It has hosted legions of the rich and famous but, Quakerfashion, they’ll welcome you just as fondly; there’s a laid-back elegance to the historic castle on the hill, with its state-of-the-art spa and locally sourced dining. For a one-stop winter wonderland, try Rocking Horse Ranch, an all-inclusive family resort with a winter fun park for all-age fun. Some places have a history museum; New Paltz has an entire street, Historic Huguenot Street, the oldest in the US with its original stone houses intact, and they love giving interpretive walking tours. So come see how all the fun got started, and follow up with an artful meal and a sunset stroll on the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail. Once you’ve inhaled New Paltz, you’ll be back.


inspired learning NEW PALTZ: EAT, PLAY, DISCOVER The visitor center is stocked with brochures about area attractions including Chamber member restaurants, lodgings, events, and more. Open year round Mon-Fri 9am - 5pm. • 257 MAIN STREET NEW PALTZ (845) 255-0243 newpaltzchamber.org

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October 13, 14, 20, 21, 27, 28 Haunted Huguenot Street October 31 Trick or Treat on Huguenot Street December 1 Community Tree Lighting December 1-2 A Holiday on Huguenot Street 81 Huguenot Street, New Paltz (845) 255-1660 | huguenotstreet.org

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WA R W I C K By Anne Pyburn Craig

The Warwick Valley is glamorous without a drop of diva, civil without a whiff of stuffiness. It’s an enchanted location, near enough to Manhattan to be a seasoned, beloved playground and commuter’s haven yet fated by topography to remain green and farmy. The rich black dirt once called the Drowned Lands was never destined for industrial quantities of blacktop.

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here’s free live music at Warwick Valley Winery and Distillery, where you can pick your own apples and pears or taste them transformed into brandy. There’s an entire village, Sugar Loaf, whose raison d’etre is art and craft. There’s Pacem in Terris Sculpture Garden, a “transreligious oasis” where you can hear classical performances and pick up a pack of Buddha Dog postcards. There’s Shalimar Alpacas, where you can snuggle the gentle, lovely beasts and purchase the fine yarns and hand-knit goods spun from their soft, strong hair. Warwick throws a kickin’ party. Their Apple Fest each year is a community block party that welcomes 30,000 special guests. Their hometown jazz festival went regional several years ago. The Taste of Warwick, the brewfests at Pennings Farm, and the Home for the Holidays celebrations in November and December are likewise epic. Even when there’s nothing on the calendar, there’s always a bunch going on. In winter, the Mount Peter Ski Area hillside rings with the joyful yelps and laughter of skiers, snowboarders and tube riders. In summer, there’s Greenwood Lake with a swimming beach and several 42

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marinas. Fall, of course, is harvest time, and the u-picks, orchards, and farms celebrate with gusto. If you’re staying over, try the or the Caldwell House B&B, an historic country inn. Year round, you’ll find top-notch shopping. There are 18th-century antiques and a Victorianvibe bookshop, country notions, and creations at Frazzleberries, fine wearables of all sorts at Blue, Style Counsel, My Sister’s Closet, and the Hip and Chic Boutique. Whether you’re craving artisan jewelry, art glass, or an eye-popping tattoo and a game of billiards, you’ll find few better anywhere than right here in Warwick. If you’ve guessed by now that Warwick offers top-notch local food prepared by awardwinning chefs, you’d be right. An array of fine pubs (Yesterday’s English-style fare is recommended), sweets, and baked goods at the Candy Apple, Edible Arrangements, the Fizzy Lifting Soda Pop Candy Shop, and more, and cozy pub fare at the 239-year-old Landmark Inn. Smart and prosperous, yet genuine as the black dirt beneath it, Warwick’s a great place to have a great time.


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Ahimsa Yoga and Music Festival

FALL & WINTER EVENTS AHIMSA YOGA AND MUSIC FESTIVAL

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Stave of the mid-fall sniffles with a centering weekend of yoga and music. This threeday festival brings dedicated practitioners together with over 25 teachers and 13 musicians, spanning many yoga disciplines, and music genres from hip-hop to kirtan. The programming will also include opportunities for meditation, mountain hikes, late-night dancing, and workshops. Ahimsayogafestival.com

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A FROSTY FEST

NOVEMBER 24–DECEMBER 23

The creative minds behind Headless Horseman Hayrides and Haunted Houses focus their festive faculties on the holiday season for a sensational seasonal light show in Ulster Park. Stroll down Candy Cane Lane, snuggle up on a hayride through Frosty’s Enchanted Forest, visit the Glistening Gardens (celebrating the Dancing Trees of Nature), or pop into the Magical Mansion. Nota bene: Santa will be visiting from the North Pole. Frostyfest.com.

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WINTER WALK DECEMBER 2

Bundle up the tots and head to Warren Street for a magical evening as holiday cheer transforms Hudson’s mile-long main street. You’ll be walking in a winter wonderland with illuminated storefront displays worthy of A Christmas Story; roaming carolers; and Santa, Mrs. Clause, and their real-life reindeer. Cap it off with a magical fireworks display over the Hudson River. Hudsonhall.org

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Winter Walk in Hudson

SINTERKLAAS DECEMBER 2

Rhinebeck connects with its Dutch roots through this Christmas tradition, when bishop Nicholas Sinterklaas, the patron saint of children, parades down the street on a white horse with an entourage of kings and queens, animals, and celestial bodies. The Hudson Valley event fuses old customs with new interpretations for an inclusive, cross-cultural celebration. Sinterklaashudsonvalley.com Sinterklaas

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DIRECTORY ACCOMMODATIONS 1850 HOUSE INN & TAVERN

435 MAIN STREET, ROSENDALE (845) 658-7800 THE1850HOUSE.COM Take a step back in time, The 1850 House Inn Tavern and Restaurant on Main Street, Rosendale. Located between Kingston and New Paltz.

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

BEAR MOUNTAIN INN

3020 SEVEN LAKES DRIVE, BEAR MOUNTAIN (845) 786-2731 VISITBEARMOUNTAIN.COM

BUTTERMILK FALLS INN + SPA

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

CALDWELL HOUSE BED AND BREAKFAST 25 ORRS MILLS ROAD, SALISBURY MILLS (845) 496-2954 CALDWELLHOUSE.COM

DAYS INN

536 HAIGHT AVENUE, POUGHKEEPSIE (845) 454-1010

THE GARRISON

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

MOHONK MOUNTAIN HOUSE

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

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

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WEST GATE INN NYACK

26 ROUTE 59, NYACK (845) 358-8100 WESTGATEINNNYACK.COM

WM FARMER AND SONS BOARDING & BARROOM

20 SOUTH FRONT STREET, HUDSON (518) 828-1635 WMFARMERANDSONS.COM

ACTIVITIES BARN OF TERROR

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

BELLEAYRE MOUNTAIN SKI CENTER

181 GALLI CURCI ROAD, HIGHMOUNT, NY (845) 254-5600 BELLEAYRE.COM

CATAMOUNT SKI AREA

78 CATAMOUNT RD, HILLSDALE (518) 325-3200 CATAMOUNTSKI.COM

HUDSON RIVER CRUISES

1 EAST STRAND STREET, KINGSTON (845) 340-4700 HUDSONRIVERCRUISES.COM Explore the Hudson River aboard the M/V Rip Van Winkle. Enjoy sightseeing, music, dinner, and specialty cruises running May-October.

HUDSON RIVER MARITIME MUSEUM 50 RONDOUT LANDING, KINGSTON (845) 338-0071 HRMM.ORG

HUDSON RIVER VALLEY TOURS

P.O. BOX 474, ROSENDALE (845) 658-3101 HRVTOURS.COM Hudson River Valley Tours provides customized itinerary planning with a step-on guide for groups visiting the historic, scenic Hudson River Valley.

JUCKAS STABLES

1204 NY-302, BULLVILLE (845) 361-1429 JUCKASSTABLES.COM

MOUNT PETER

51 OLD MT. PETER ROAD, WARWICK (845) 986-4940 MTPETER.COM


for winter wonder Dust off the twin tips and head north: the snow-covered slopes of the Catskills beckon.

SEEK FOR YOURSELF. ulstercountyalive.com

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DIRECTORY

Angry Orchard, Walden

PALISADES CLIMB ADVENTURE 4590 PALISADES CENTER DRIVE, WEST NYACK (845) 727-3500 PALISADESCLIMB.COM

PLATTEKILL MOUNTAIN 469 PLATTEKILL ROAD, ROXBURY (607) 326-3500 PLATTEKILL.COM

ROCKING HORSE RANCH 600 ROUTE 44, HIGHLAND (845) 691-2927 ROCKINGHORSERANCH.COM

ANTIQUE CENTER AT RHINEBECK ANTIQUE EMPORIUM 5229 ALBANY POST ROAD, RHINEBECK (845) 876-8168 RHINEBECKANTIQUEEMPORIUM.COM 10,000 sq. ft. 40 + dealer antique mall & auction gallery nestled between Rhinebeck and Hyde Park. Where collectors find the unique and the beautiful. Monday - Sunday 10am - 5pm.

ARTS

THUNDER RIDGE SKI AREA

ARTS SOCIETY OF KINGSTON

137 BIRCH HILL RD, PATTERSON THUNDERRIDGESKI.COM

97 BROADWAY, KINGSTON (845) 338-0333 ASKFORARTS.ORG First Saturday art opening receptions, dance classes, painting classes, life drawing, music and theater performances, and more.

WINDHAM MOUNTAIN SKI RESORT 19 RESORT DRIVE, WINDHAM WINDHAMMOUNTAIN.COM

ANTIQUES A COLLECTOR’S EYE 511 WARREN STREET, HUDSON (518) 671-6130 ACOLLECTORSEYE.COM

ANNEX ANTIQUES CENTER 7578 N. BROADWAY, RED HOOK (845) 758-2843 30+ dealers, Daily 11am-5pm, glassware, furniture, jewelry, fine art, toys, postcards, coins, books, fabrics, kitchenalia, Unique Gifts. 48

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BETHEL WOODS CENTER FOR THE ARTS 200 HURD ROAD, BETHEL (866) 781-2922 BETHELWOODSCENTER.ORG

THE COOP ARTS & ANTIQUES 107 SOUTH DIVISION STREET, PEEKSKILL (914) 737-2194 THECOOPPEEKSKILL.COM Antique and vintage home furnishing, lighting, antiquarian maps, unique gifts, jewelry, stationery. An eclectic store with something for everyone.


DIRECTORY DIA: BEACON

3 BEEKMAN STREET, BEACON (845) 440-0100 DIAART.ORG

EQUIS ART GALLERY

15 WEST MARKET STREET, RED HOOK (845) 758-9432 EQUISART.COM Sophisticated, contemporary equine art from an international stable of artists. Paintings, photography, sculpture, and more.

EXPOSURES GALLERY

1357 KINGS HIGHWAY, SUGAR LOAF (845) 469-9382 EXPOSURES.COM Since 1979, travel photographer Nick Zungoli has offered beautiful art for fine homes, offices and healthcare spaces at his Exposures Gallery.

HUDSON VALLEY CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY ART

1701 MAIN STREET, PEEKSKILL (914) 788-0100 HVCCA.ORG “Between I & Thou” is a dialogue between artist, art, and you. Solo shows: “Women Warriors” by Isis Kenney; “In the Sky, In the Ocean, & In Between” by Leslie Pelino.

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

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

WARWICK VALLEY WINERY & DISTILLERY 114 LITTLE YORK ROAD, WARWICK (845) 258-4858 WVWINERY.COM

WHITECLIFF VINEYARD 331 MCKINSTRY ROAD, GARDINER (845) 255-4613 WHITECLIFFWINE.COM Visit our 25-acre vineyard to sample handcrafted Hudson Valley wines with a beautiful view of the Shawangunk Ridge! Open Thursday-Monday, 11:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

FARMS APPLE BIN FARM MARKET 810 BROADWAY (ROUTE 9W), ULSTER PARK (845) 339-7229 THEAPPLEBINFARMMARKET.COM Full country store, homegrown fruits, local products, gluten free, gifts, plants, breakfast, lunch items, deli, baked goods, and more! April-December 31.

HAWTHORNE VALLEY FARM STORE 327 ROUTE 21C, GHENT (518) 672-7500 HVFSTORE.ORG

CRAFT BEVERAGES ANGRY ORCHARD

2241 ALBANY POST ROAD, WALDEN (845) 713-5180 ANGRYORCHARD.COM Visit Angry Orchard Hard Cider in Walden for tours, tree house, live music, cider samples, and drafts! Winter hours January-June Thursday-Sunday 11am-6pm.

DENNING’S POINT DISTILLERY

10 N. CHESTNUT STREET, BEACON (845) 476-8413 DENNINGSPOINTDISTILLERY.COM Artisanal spirits in a unique, urban production space.

SHALIMAR ALPACAS 164 EAST RIDGE ROAD, WARWICK (845) 258-0851 SHALIMARALPACAS.COM “Finesse up to you skin” is not just our tagline. We breed ultra-fine alpacas to process their wool and compete with cashmere but warmer. Visit our farm!

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DIRECTORY THE SHOPS AT JONES FARM

HELSINKI HUDSON

190 ANGOLA ROAD, CORNWALL (845) 534-4445 JONESFARMINC.COM “Baked & Grown, Just Like Home!” Homegrown seasonal produce, bakery, cafe, observation beehive, gift shop, art gallery, and frame shop.

405 COLUMBIA STREET, HUDSON (518) 828-4800 HELSINKIHUDSON.COM A Hudson hot spot boasting a live music venue, restaurant, and courtyard garden serving elevated soul food. Ballroom available for private affairs.

FOOD & DRINK

101 SOUTH DIVISION STREET, PEEKSKILL (914) 739-1287 PEEKSKILLCOFFEE.COM

1850 HOUSE INN & TAVERN 435 MAIN STREET, ROSENDALE (845) 658-7800 THE1850HOUSE.COM Take a step back in time, The 1850 House Inn Tavern and Restaurant on Main Street, Rosendale. Located between Kingston and New Paltz.

AMERICAN BOUNTY RESTAURANT CULINARY INSTITUTE OF AMERICA, 1946 CAMPUS DRIVE, HYDE PARK (845) 451-1011 AMERICANBOUNTYRESTAURANT.COM

APPLE PIE BAKERY CAFE CULINARY INSTITUTE OF AMERICA, 1946 CAMPUS DRIVE, HYDE PARK (845) 905-4500 APPLEPIEBAKERYCAFE.COM

THE BOCUSE RESTAURANT CULINARY INSTITUTE OF AMERICA, 1946 CAMPUS DRIVE, HYDE PARK (845) 451-1012 BOCUSERESTAURANT.COM

CASANA T HOUSE 2633 STATE ROUTE 23, HILLSDALE (518) 325-6105 CASANATEA.COM Specializing in artisanal tea, sustainable coffee, and gourmet pastries. Visit us in an “East-meets-West” setting where culture and indulgence collide. Open FridayTuesday 9am -4pm.

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PEEKSKILL COFFEE HOUSE

RISTORANTE CATERINA DE’MEDICI CULINARY INSTITUTE OF AMERICA, 1946 CAMPUS DRIVE, HYDE PARK (845) 451-1013 RISTORANTECATERINADEMEDICI.COM

HISTORIC SITES HISTORIC HUGUENOT STREET

81 HUGUENOT STREET, NEW PALTZ (845) 255-1660 HUGUENOTSTREET.ORG A National Historic Landmark District and museum dedicated to preserving the stories of the Huguenot Street families and inhabitants who helped make America.

LOCUST GROVE, SAMUEL MORSE HISTORIC SITE 2683 SOUTH ROAD, POUGHKEEPSIE (845) 454-4500 LGNY.ORG

OLANA STATE HISTORIC SITE THE OLANA PARTNERSHIP

5720 STATE ROUTE 9G, HUDSON (518) 828-0135 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.

STAATSBURGH STATE HISTORIC SITE

75 MILLS MANSION DRIVE, RD #1, STAATSBURG (845) 889-8851 FACEBOOK.COM/STAATSBURGHSHS Staatsburgh, the Gilded Age country estate of Ruth and Ogden Mills, along the Hudson River, offers mansion tours and opulent interiors.


DIRECTORY

Historic Huguenot Street, New Paltz

LEARNING

BLACKBIRD ATTIC

MOUNTAIN LAUREL WALDORF SCHOOL 16 SOUTH CHESTNUT STREET, NEW PALTZ (845) 255-0033 MOUNTAINLAUREL.ORG

NIGHTLIFE DARYL’S HOUSE

130 ROUTE 22, PAWLING (845) 289-0185 DARYLSHOUSECLUB.COM

442 MAIN STREET, BEACON (845) 418-4840 BLACKBIRDATTIC.COM A curated consignment boutique specializing in a mix of modern and vintage styles. On trend clothing, accessories, and ephemera for women, men, and children!

CASANA DESIGN

PARKS WALKWAY OVER THE HUDSON

61 PARKER AVENUE, POUGHKEEPSIE (845) 454-9649 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.

SHOPPING ADAMS FAIRACRE FARMS

POUGHKEEPSIE, KINGSTON, NEWBURGH, WAPPINGER (845) 454-4330 ADAMSFARMS.COM Located in Poughkeepsie, Kingston, Newburgh, and Wappinger, Adams features the finest and freshest foods, plus plants, gardening supplies, and more.

2633 STATE ROUTE 23, HILLSDALE (518) 325-6105 CASANADESIGNS.COM Handcrafted cashmere in true Nepalese tradition, decorated with natural dyes. Luxurious and sustainable. We support education and healthcare for our artisans. Open Friday - Tuesday 10am - 5pm.

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

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DIRECTORY FLOWERKRAUT

722 WARREN STREET, HUDSON (518) 821-6716 FLOWERKRAUTHUDSON.COM Flowerkraut is an eclectic mixture of floristry, plants and handmade gift items, as well as Sauerkraut Seth’s famous lacto-fermented vegetables.

HUMMINGBIRD JEWELERS

23 A EAST MARKET STREET, RHINEBECK (845) 876-4585 HUMMINGBIRDJEWELERS.COM The premier showcase for fine designer jewelry from around the world. On-premises workshop offering custom design, repairs, restoration, and repurposing.

JOURNEY ON GIFTS

8 CHRUCH STREET, FISHKILL (845) 440-3251 JOURNEYONGIFTS.COM

PALISADES CENTER

1000 PALISADES DRIVE, WEST NYACK (845) 348-1000 PALISADESCENTER.COM Climb the tallest ropes course, speed by in a gokart, or explore over 200 retailers. It’s all here!

PEGASUS COMFORT FOOTWEAR

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

POUGHKEEPSIE PLAZA

2600 SOUTH ROAD, POUGHKEEPSIE (845) 471-4265 POUGHKEEPSIEPLAZA.COM Local shopping on Route 9. Easy access, one level, owner operated. Marshalls, JoAnn Fabrics & Crafts, Famous Footwear, Modell’s, TGIF, and specialty shops. Store hours vary.

SUGAR LOAF ART & CRAFT VILLAGE

SUGAR LOAF CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, PO BOX 125, SUGAR LOAF (845) 469-9382 SUGARLOAFNEWYORK.COM We are a community of independent artists with independent hours. All shops open weekends! Please refer to our website for individual business hours. 52

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SUNFLOWER NATURAL FOODS MARKET

75 MILL HILL ROAD, WOODSTOCK (845) 679-5361 SUNFLOWERNATURAL.COM Organic grocer, deli, and juice bar focusing on local, organic, all-natural foods and wellness items.

THE SHOPS AT JONES FARM

190 ANGOLA ROAD, CORNWALL (845) 534-4445 JONESFARMINC.COM “Baked & Grown, Just Like Home!” Homegrown seasonal produce, bakery, cafe, observation beehive, gift shop, art gallery, and frame shop.

TOURISM NEW PALTZ REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

257 MAIN STREET, NEW PALTZ (845) 255-0243 NEWPALTZCHAMBER.ORG We are blazing the way to help create and support an environment where business can succeed and the quality of life in the community is enhanced.

PUTNAM COUNTY TOURISM

40 GLENEIDA AVENUE, CARMEL (845) 808-1015 TOURPUTNAM.ORG

TOURS GREAT FREEDOM ADVENTURES

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

TRANSPORTATION STEWART INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

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

WINERIES SHAWANGUNK WINE TRAIL

P.O. BOX 526, MARLBORO (845) 256-8456 GUNKSWINE.COM Nestled between the Shawangunk Mountains and the Hudson River lies the Shawangunk Wine Trail, a group of 15 diverse wineries.


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Explore The Hudson Valley Fall 2017/Winter 2018  
Explore The Hudson Valley Fall 2017/Winter 2018