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  • Woodstock Golf Club

    114 Mill Hill Rd. Woodstock

    845-679-2914

    Woodstock Golf Club opened in the spring of 1929. Nestled in the Hudson River Valley, about 100 miles north of New York City, the private club stands at the gateway to the famous small town of Woodstock, N.Y. A round of golf on the nine-hole course (which measures 5,456 yards for 18 holes) begins and ends with a walk over the Sawkill Creek. Apart from its widely praised course, the club offers a full-service golf shop, restaurant and bar, men’s and women’s locker rooms, and other amenities.
  • Hawthorne Valley Association

    327 County Route 21C Ghent

    Hawthorne Valley is a place to rediscover our connection to nature, to how our food is grown, and to ourselves as participants in a dynamic social and natural ecosystem. Our integrated learning campus sits on a 900-acre Demeter-certified Biodynamic® farm in Ghent, NY, in the Hudson Valley’s scenic Columbia County. Organized since 1971 as a 501(c)3 nonprofit, our initiatives include: an early childhood through grade 12 Waldorf school; on-farm education programs; a full-line organic/natural foods and grocery store; a Biodynamic creamery and organic bakery; a mobile grocery market; a 300-plus member organic/Biodynamic CSA; social, ecological, and cultural research groups; teacher education programs; arts initiatives and more.
  • Minard's Family Farm

    250 Hurd Road Clintondale

    (845) 325-0222

    The Minard family legacy of apple growing began in the early 1900s in Clintondale NY. Through four generations and over 100 years, the Minard family reputation as the premier apple growers in the Hudson Valley has continued to flourish. The Minards are known as one of the highest quality fruit growers in New York State.
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  • Daily Planet Diner

    1202 Rt 55 LaGrangeville

    845-452-0110

    Family-owned and operated by Culinary chef Dino Vanikiotis, this "diner" stands out above others. Breakfast, lunch and dinner served along with daily specials, the Daily Planet features an in-house bakery, outside patio and an extensive bar menu featuring many local breweries and distilleries. Creative dining along with old-fashioned diner staples, this eatery has something for everyone. Great place to meet after church, a soccer game, a school play or to just come out and enjoy a special meal.
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  • Old Songs, Inc.

    37 South Main Street Voorheesville

    (518) 765-2815

    Old Songs is a family-friendly festival of folk, traditional, Celtic and world music and dance, known for its relaxed atmosphere, interactive sessions and workshops, hands-on experience and participatory nature. In addition to evening concerts each night, there are over 100 daytime workshops, dances or performances. Also featured are craft, food and instrument vendors, and a well-run children’s activity area.
  • Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art

    1 Hawk Dr, New Paltz, NY New Paltz

    (845) 257-3844

    The Dorsky Museum is a hub for the art and artists of the Hudson Valley and beyond—free, open, and accessible to all. We strie to create art experiences that spark curiosity, critical thinking, and delight, connecting and serving the diverse communities of our region.
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  • Rushmore Estate

    14 Castleton Dr. Highland Mills

    1-845-500-6570

    Rushmore Estate Bed and Breakfast Located in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains, Rushmore Estate offers four private rooms that are named after the four presidents on Mount Rushmore. All four rooms provide an ambiance that combines old-world charm and modern amenities.
  • Exposures Gallery

    1357 Kings Hwy Sugar Loaf

    (845) 469-9382

    Internationally recognized photographer Nick Zungoli has been capturing iconic images of the Hudson Valley and world travel since 1979. To date he has sold over 50,000 of his art prints for fine residences, commercial spaces and offers interior design services and installation.
  • Stewart International Airport

    1180 1st Street New Windsor

    845-838-8200

    New York Stewart International Airport is a public airport in Orange County, New York, approximately 60 miles north of Manhattan, New York City.
  • Seed Song Farm and Center

    160 Esopus Ave Kingston

    +1 845-383-1528

    Seed Song is a sustainable vegetable farm and education center serving our community and beyond with healthy farm foods and farm experiences. We offer a farm store, CSA, weekend fun events, camp, education programs, and more!
  • Bradford Graves Sculpture Park

    28 Doggums Way Kerhonkson

    (845) 230-0521

    Bradford Graves Sculpture Park in Kerhonkson showcases over 200 works of a man who worked primarily in stone and possessed a deep and unyielding fascination with archaeology and all things of this earth. Sculpture for sale. Wedding and fashion photoshoots welcome. Open May to late October, appointment only.
  • Locust Grove

    2683 South Rd (SB) Poughkeepsie

    845-454-4500

    Locust Grove is a National Historic Landmark estate located on US 9 in the Town of Poughkeepsie, New York. The 180-acre park-like estate includes homes, a carriage house, ice house, trails, a flower garden, and vegetable garden, and it overlooks the Hudson River from a bluff. The property includes a home designed by architect Alexander Jackson Davis for Samuel F. B. Morse, the inventor of the telegraph. An Italianate style mansion, it was completed in 1851.The estate is open to the public, tours are offered, and the site is used for weddings and parties.
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  • R & R Vacation Rentals

    n/a Margaretville

    Vacation Rental Hosting | Unique homes for discerning guests We host some of the most exquisite vacation property rentals in the Catskill Mountains. From cozy historic village homes to quiet mountain top compounds, we have a vacation property perfect for your next Catskills getaway.
  • Historic Huguenot Street

    81 Huguenot Street New Paltz

    At our 10-acre National Historic Landmark District, visitors experience over 300 years of history across seven historic stone-house museums, a reconstructed 1717 French Church, the Huguenot community’s original burying ground, and a replica Esopus Munsee wigwam. Period rooms and exhibits tell the stories of a French Huguenot settlement as it evolved over time, and also reveal the history of the area’s Native and enslaved African peoples and Dutch settlers.
  • Collaborative Concepts

    853 Old Albany Post Road Garrison

    (845) 528-1797

    Since its founding in 1999, Collaborative Concepts has curated more than 40 exhibitions in galleries and outdoor settings in the Hudson Valley. We are located at Tilly Foster Farm, in Brewster, New York. All the sculpture installations are temporary, and many works are for sale. The Collaborative Concepts at Tilly Foster Farm exhibition is free and can be viewed from 10 am to 4 pm, during the exhibition dates. Visitors should dress appropriately for a walk in the country.
  • Staatsburgh State Historic Site

    Old Post Road, Staatsburg Hyde Park

    (845) 889-8851

    Staatsburgh State Historic Site was the elegant country home of Ruth & Ogden Mills. Overlooking the Hudson River and the Catskill Mountains, Staatsburgh is a fine example of a great estate built by America's financial and industrial leaders during the Gilded Age (1876 - 1917). Today the elegant mansion, restored to its turn-of-the-century appearance, is open for tours and the house and grounds offer special events throughout the year.
  • Revolution Esthetics Med Spa

    88 Dunning Road Suite 201 Middletown

    (845) 421-5414

    We help people feel better about themselves through our med spa services. We offer botox, Fillers, pdo lifting threads, regenerative biostimulants using up the latest most effective and safe methods. We customize every patient's visits. See you soon.
  • Uncle Cheef

    988 Route 22 Brewster

    (845) 793-2717

    A DESTINATION Located 56 miles north of New York City in the Village of Brewster, Uncle Cheef is Hudson Valley’s newest home to exciting live music curated by Tonight Show musician and five time Grammy award winning saxophonist, Ian Hendrickson-Smith (aka Uncle Cheef). American “Tapas style” share plates, a full bar featuring craft cocktails, a hefty wine list & an emphasis on tequilas & mezcals, all served lovingly in a warm, magical space. Plentiful free parking. Come hang out with us.
  • Half Acre Catskills

    60 Main Street Stamford

    Half Acre: a seasonally inspired, local restaurant. Headed up by chef Dan Romero along with Jess Mederos, and in partnership with Christian Rattemeyer and Cay-Sophie Rabinowitz; Half Acre serves seasonal fare celebrating the heritage of the Catskills from the restaurant's iconic location. With 12 years in the culinary industry, Dan Romero specializes in seasonal dishes and “slow food”. A background that spans Cajun, French, and American comfort food, as well as vegan cuisine; Romero works closely with the farmers of the Catskills to highlight the bounty of flavors the region has to offer. Half Acre is housed in a storefront on historic Main Street.
  • Hessel Museum of Art/CCS Bard

    Bard College Annandale-on-Hudson

    (845) 758-7598

    CCS Bard and the Hessel Museum of Art are located on the campus of Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, about 90 miles north of New York City. Admission to the Hessel Museum of Art and adjoining CCS Bard Galleries is open to the public and free for all visitors. We recommend reserving a free timed ticket in advance of your visit to guarantee entry, however walk-ins will be accommodated on a first-come, first-served basis.
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  • Thruway Sporting Goods

    78 Oak St Walden

    (845) 778-1400

    Enjoy the convenience of shopping all the most popular brands in Clothing, Footwear, fishing & boating, hunting & shooting, camping, and team sports.
  • Hudson-Athens Lighthouse Preservation Society

    PO Box 145 Athens

    Established to maintain, preserve and restore our beloved lighthouse and consists of members from Greene and Columbia counties, mainly. This organization was established to provide a way for individuals to become actively involved in the museum development and the preservation of the historic Hudson-Athens Lighthouse. The Lighthouse society is responsible for the restoration, preservation and operation of the lighthouse but the lighthouse beacon remains the responsibility of the U.S. Coast Guard. New memberships and donations are critical for the continued preservation of this historical Hudson Valley Treasure. The Hudson-Athens Lighthouse Preservation Society is a not-for-profit 501(c) 3 organization.
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  • Little Pickles Children's General Store

    7505 N Broadway Red Hook

    845-835-8086

    Little Pickles is a kids’ haven in the heart of Red Hook, NY, which offers:

    *A Toy Store with pizzazz

    *A Sweet Shop for every sweet tooth

    *A Boutique with style

    *Special Events from time-to-time

    *Gift Baskets & Gift Certificates

    *Balloons for every occasion

  • Bailiwick Animal Park

    118 Castle Road Catskill

    (518) 678-5665

    The Animal Park, started in 2007 covers about 4 acres and is home to over 40 exhibits of domestic & exotic animals. The park is open to the public from April to November. It includes a playground, picnic areas, petting & feeding areas, & educational shows held daily.
  • Vassar College - The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center

    124 Raymond Avenue Poughkeepsie

    (845) 437-5632

    With Egyptian artifacts, Hudson River landscapes, and works by Picasso, O’Keeffe, and more, great art is closer than you think! Free admission.
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  • Sullivan Catskills

    15 Sullivan Avenue Liberty

    845-747-4449

    A legengary vacationland full of unexpected pleasures. Travel and Leisure named us among the very best small towns to visit in 2022 for hiking, boutique hotels, and breweries. Just 90 minutes from Manhattan. Join us and ignite your wanderlust or stir your soul. Gather your family and friends, pack your bags and get here now - we're waiting for you...
  • Hudson Clothier

    443 Warren Street Hudson

    518-828-3000

    We supply a collection of contemporary designs and old-school staples—really good quality, hard-working clothes. For the down-to-earth, ethically conscious customer. For those who care about how a thing is made. Every item we sell is American made. By supporting us, you can feel good about shopping. Because you’re supporting more than just a store. You’re supporting an idea and a movement.
  • Friends of Brunel Park

    4008 State Route 28 at DeSilva Road Boiceville

    845 205 3839

    The Friends of Brunel Park have been entrusted to grow The Brunel Sculpture Garden’s structural ethos by weaving together its indigenous roots, its history as the inspiration for Emile Brunel’s artistic vision, and its future as a community learning center and nature sanctuary. We are listed on the National Register of Historic Places and are a National Wildlife Federation Certified Wildlife Habitat Garden. Donations support the ongoing maintenance, restoration, and repair of the statuary and totem poles, the continued management and upkeep of the gardens and grounds, and the installation of native plants and interpretive planting beds. www.brunelpark.org/support Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/iq9P5U
  • Mamas Boy Burgers

    6067 Main Street Tannersville

    (518) 589-6667

    Mama’s Boy Burgers serves delicious, locally-grown, grass-fed, grain-finished Angus beef burgers from JJF Farms, which is 6 miles from Mama’s Boy. That’s pretty local! Try one of our house favorites! Our Devil’s Tombstone is a classic double cheeseburger, with gooey cheese, lettuce, onions, tomato and pickle. The El Nino is loaded with Jack Cheese, Pico de Gallo, Jalapeño Bacon, Guacamole and Chipotle Mayo. So good! You can build you own burger by choosing from a wide variety of cheeses, sauces, and fresh toppings.
  • Associated Lightning Rod Co.

    6020 Route 22 Millerton

    (518) 789-4603

    Installing Lightning Protection on Residential & Commercial Structures with 60 years & Three Generations of experience! Our installers provide a sense of professionalism and attention to detail on a level not found elsewhere. We serve New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire, Northeastern Pennsylvania and Southern Maine.
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  • Soons Orchards (New Hampton)

    22 Soons Circle New Hampton

    (845) 374-5471

    Soons Orchards is all about locally sourced food, freshly baked treats, and our famous apples! Now in our 4th generation of growing great apples in New Hampton, NY, stop by our store year-round from 9am-6pm to taste the difference.
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  • Handmade and More

    6 N Front St New Paltz

    (845) 255-6277

    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.
  • Twin Star Orchards, home of Brooklyn Cider House

    155 N Ohioville Rd New Paltz

    845-633-8657

    At Twin Star Orchards, we use one simple ingredient to make our Brooklyn Cider House ciders – apples. So the structure, aromas, mouth feel, and any residual sugar are definitively tied to the quality of our apples. This is why our work begins on our farm. All of our ciders are made from freshly harvested apples, fermented in stainless steel tanks, and aged between two to eighteen months. We encourage wild yeast and microbes to leave their regional mark on all but one of our ciders, often with a boost from white wine yeast. We make our ciders with minimal intervention and strive for balance, depth of structure, and a lively acidity that begs to be paired with food.
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  • Studio 89, Highland NY

    89 Vineyard Ave Highland

    845-594-7807

    Studio 89 is an artist-run workspace, a gallery, and a shop. We aim to connect art to the community, to give creative people a place to gather and share what they do. You may shop with us both online and in person.
  • Karen A. Friedman New York Traffic Lawyer

    630 3rd Ave, 18th Floor, New York Albany

    (212) 213-2145

    Traffic and Criminally Related Matters
    Karen A. Friendman, ESQ
    President of the Association of Motor Vehicle Trial Attorneys

    Representing companies and motorists throughout New York State. Speeding, Reckless Driving, DWI, Trucking Summons and Misdemeanors, Aggravated Unlicensed Matters, Appeals, Article 78 Cases. 30 Years of Trial Experience.

  • Crystal Connection

    116 Sullivan Street Wurtsboro

    (845) 888-2547

    One of the largest Crystal & Mineral destinations on the Northeast. Housed in an 1890s Methodist Church, creating within a sacred space & crystal haven to Feel, Heal & Connect with yourself and others of like minds. Tucked away in Wurtsboro NY as a hidden gem, waiting to be explored.
  • Red Line Diner

    588 Rt 9 Fishkill

    845-765-8401

    Upscale diner with something for everyone. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with daily specials - Red Line features an in house bakery, cappuccino bar and extensive selection of local craft beers and local distilleries. Specializing in made fresh daily, locally-sourced food, this family run restaurant takes pride in every thing it serves. On-line ordering available, as well as Door Dash, Grub Hub and Uber Eats.
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  • 415 Main Street

    415 Main Street Rosendale

    (845)332-8788

    415 Main Street is a beautiful space in the heart of Rosendale NY, featuring a production company, event space, and multimedia art gallery.
  • Kingston Wine Co.

    65 Broadway Kingston

    Kingston Wine Co. is in the historic waterfront district of downtown Kingston, NY in the foothills of the Catskills. Kingston Wine Co. focuses on classic, traditionally made wines with little added and little taken away. We place an emphasis on biodynamic, organic, and natural wines. Most of the wines on our shelves are made using time-honored, historically rich techniques, achieving an authentic expression of place, history and culture.
  • Crescendo

    PO Box 245 Lakeville

    Crescendo is a national-award-winning music organization (Chorus America/ASCAP/Alice Parker Award, 2014). Since 2003, Crescendo presents concerts northwestern Connecticut, the Berkshires, and the mid-Hudson Valley of New York. Founder and Artistic Director, Christine Gevert, is celebrated for her innovative approach to programming and performance. Crescendo’s presents programs of rarely-heard and newly discovered works of early and contemporary music. Crescendo Chorus and Vocal Ensemble are accompanied by the Crescendo Period Instrument Orchestra, and an Andean Ensemble, comprised of professional instrumentalists and the internationally recognized soloists. Educational outreach is realized through Crescendo’s young artist program, and performances and demonstrations at local schools.
  • Hudson River Expeditions

    14 Market St, Coldspring Cold Spring

    845-809-5935

    Kayak and stand-up paddleboard rentals, tours, and instruction. ​​Explore the Hudson with our fleet of kayaks, canoes, and paddleboards. The majestic highland region of the Hudson River, from Long Dock Park in Beacon, to the charming village of Cold Spring, and on to the Peekskill waterfront, create perfect launch locations for paddlers with a variety of skill levels.
  • Shakespeare & Company

    70 Kemble Street Lenox

    (413) 637-3353

    One of the most extensive arts-in-education programs in the northeast, Shakespeare & Company reaches more than 40,000 students and teachers each year with innovative, socially responsive, and educationally challenging performances, workshops and residencies. The Program has been nationally recognized as an innovative leader in the field of integrating theatre arts into education, and teaching Shakespeare.
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  • AutoCamp Catskills

    882 NY-212 Saugerties

    AutoCamp Catskills brings the signature AutoCamp experience to the forests of Upstate New York. Explore the neighboring historic towns of Woodstock or Saugerties, hike on the dozens of trails throughout the Catskill Mountains, ski or snowshoe on Hunter Mountain in the winter, or spend time on property in our classic Hudson Valley-style Clubhouse.
  • Figureworks Gallery at Green

    92 Partition St., 2nd floor Saugerties

    (845) 303-5099

  • Healthy Kids Programs

    565 Union Avenue New Windsor

    (845) 561-4700

    The #1 fastest-growing childcare provider in the Northeast providing toddler to school-aged programming for over 16 years in over 100 locations and growing! (Early learning, UPK, School Aged Before/After & Summer Camp Programs)
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  • Shalimar Alpacas

    164 East Ridge Road Warwick

    (845) 258-0851

    “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!
  • Cosimo's Trattoria

    120 Delafield Street Poughkeepsie

    Just minutes from the magnificent Walkway Over the Hudson, Cosimo’s is in the heart of the Poughkeepsie business district, a stone’s throw from The Culinary Institute of America, Vassar College, Marist College, and the Locust Grove, and Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Sites. Our Poughkeepsie location also includes a beautiful Bocce court with outdoor seating and fire pit for spectators.