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Rosendale Street Festival 2012 

click to enlarge Photo by Amber Kelly
  • Photo by Amber Kelly

The Rosendale Street Festival lives up to its billing: “1 Street, 2 Days, 6 Stages, 74 Bands.” On July 21 and 22, this volunteer-run, nonprofit, grassroots organization will line Main Street with vendors offering up food, drinks, art, crafts, jewelry, and clothing. The live music includes performances by Deni Bonet, the Dylan Emmett Band, and Joey Epperd. Though admission to the yearly event, a boon to the local economy and community, is free, five-dollar donations are suggested. All profits help fund musical scholarships for local youths. Grab a pretzel, and maybe a hula hoop, and brave the heat at the event that captures the spirit of summertime in the Hudson Valley. (845) 943-6497; Rosendalestreetfestival.ning.com

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