August 15, 2012 RSS feed / Attractions

Native American Pow-Wow to Take Place This Weekend in Putnam

Native Americans from across the eastern U.S. and Canada will converge on the Putnam Veterans Memorial Park this weekend for what has become a late summer’s tradition—The Daniel Nimham Pow-Wow. More...

Fossils and Box Turtles at Cornwall Museum

On Saturday, August 18 and Sunday, August 19 at 2:30 p.m. learn all about the Box Turtle, at the Wildlife Education Center, 25 Boulevard, Cornwall-on- Hudson. More...

Hudson River Valley Ramble Set for September

Now in its 13th year, the Hudson River Valley Ramble is host to a variety of walks, hikes, paddles, biking tours and other events spanning 13 counties. More...

Growing Glynwood

Kathleen Frith brings her enthusiasm and expertise to the farm

Glynwood Farm occupies 225 acres of a glorious swath of land on the north side of Route 301, alongside Stonecrop Gardens and the Therapeutic Equestrian Center. More...

Music of the Revolution at Fort Montgomery

Join the staff and friends of Fort Montgomery as they present the public with music played and known by the British and colonists, including the music of Handel, Corelli, Telemann, Emperor Joseph I and Worgan, performed on harpsichord, violin, sackbu More...

Down by the Riverside, 43 Years Running  Free Access 

Garrison Art Center

Let’s see, the first time I visited the Garrison Art Center must have about 16 years ago. Our first-born, Maggie, was entering second grade and her best friend at the time was attending the Summer Arts on the Hudson program. More...

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