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Five Fine Events in the Hudson Valley

In this week’s roundup of Hudson Valley happenings, the seasonal theme continues, augmented by a solemn-but-triumphant commemorative event at Bard College.

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ArtsWestchester Gallery Reopens to the Public on May 7 with COVID Exhibition @ ArtsWestchester Gallery

ArtsWestchester Gallery Reopens to the Public on May 7 with COVID Exhibition

Wednesdays-Sundays, 12-5 p.m. Continues through Aug. 1 — In ArtsWestchester's latest exhibition, “Together apART: Creating During COVID,” the works of...
Happy Hour Solar Boat Tour @ Hudson River Maritime Museum

Happy Hour Solar Boat Tour

Saturdays, 5:30-6:30 p.m. Continues through July 31 — Take a Ride Aboard a 100% Solar Powered Boat Built by the...

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  • The Reher Center Holds Kingston's Ninth Annual Multicultural Festival
  • The Reher Center Holds Kingston's Ninth Annual Multicultural Festival

    This June 13, 20, and 27, the Reher Center for Immigrant Culture and History hosts its ninth annual Kingston Multicultural Festival. Participants will be able to watch performances by dancers, musicians, and poets from diverse backgrounds in the TR Gallo Park gazebo. There will be pop-up eateries, each with their own informational posters about the history and culture of the food they’re making and serving. Central to this year's festival is the Worry Dolls Project, or "Proyecto Muñecas Quitapenas" in Spanish, a Guatemalan craft tradition brought to over 700 local Kingston students.
    • Jun 7, 2021
  • Stone Wave Yoga: Tending the Flame of Personal and Communal Wellness
  • Stone Wave Yoga: Tending the Flame of Personal and Communal Wellness

    In the summer of 2019, Liz Glover Wilson had just opened the second location of her burgeoning Gardiner yoga studio and wellness campus, Stone Wave Yoga, in Poughkeepsie. Like so many other small business owners in the Hudson Valley, she had no way of knowing that only months later her entire business would fundamentally change. With the pandemic’s economic and personal challenges constantly at her door, however, yoga remained the one thing that Glover Wilson knew she could count on. “A lot of the students who stayed with us this last year are hungry to learn more about the yoga tool kit because they’re seeing that it really does work,” she says.
    • Jun 5, 2021
  • Talbott & Arding Cheese and Provisions Shop Gets a Supersized Space Upgrade
  • Talbott & Arding Cheese and Provisions Shop Gets a Supersized Space Upgrade

    Hudson's Cheesemonger Now Has Room to Spread Out
    • Jun 4, 2021
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