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Virtually Tour the Hudson Valley With This Nifty New App

Hudson River Valley Greenway launches free train tour app
Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area has just launched a new virtual train tour app that lets you learn about the area rich history, architecture, nature, and economic development as you take the scenic trip along the Hudson River.

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Bannerman Castle: Modern Arts at A Storied Venue

Once a magnet for prostitutes, bootleggers, and the like, then later a secret armory, Bannerman Island in the Hudson River is now a romantic ruin that serves as the site for various arts and culture programming.

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Zadock Pratt Museum

After repairing damage from Hurricane Irene, Zadock Pratt Museum has reopened to visitors.

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Plan Your Dutchess 2017 Holiday Getaway Now!

From tours of lavishly decorated Great Estates to each town’s tree lighting ceremony, a getaway to Dutchess will put you in a festive mood. From Thanksgiving through New Year’s Eve, enjoy the old-fashioned holiday spirit found in the Hudson Valley

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The Voynich Manuscript Deciphered | Mountainview Studios | November 4

Jim Handlin tries his hand at decrypting the mysterious Voynich Manuscript.

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The Burning of Kingston 2017

Three days of reenactments commemorate the Burning of Kingston.

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The Burning of Kingston

The Burning of Kingston, hosted October 13, 14 and 15th, is a fun and free weekend-long commemoration with several reenactments of actual historical events of 1777. Also includes a colonial grand ball, cemetary ghost tours, bucket brigade contests, exhibitions, militia and redcoat camp drills and tours, games and more at numerous locations throughout the beautiful city of Kingston New York.

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SUNY New Paltz to cohost women’s suffrage centennial conference, April 21 & 22

Registration is open for “Women in Politics: Past, Present & Future,” a conference commemorating the centennial of women’s suffrage in New York, which will begin on Friday, April 21, at the FDR Library in Hyde Park, N.Y., and will continue on Saturday, April 22, at SUNY New Paltz.

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Only What They Could Carry

Following a 2016 exhibit about Pearl Harbor, "Images of Internment" is part of a larger series to mark major moments in America's involvement leading up to and through World War II scheduled through 2020.

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Art That Speaks @ Fuel

Art That Speaks

Oct. 1-Nov. 16 — Gabrielle Senza for ​Walk Unafraid ​with the​ For Freedoms 50 State Initiative...
A Children's America @ Rockland Center for the Arts

A Children's America

Oct. 13-Nov. 25 — The overarching theme of “America” will include books about presidents, American values,...

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