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Michael Lang on the Woodstock Festival

Michael Lang on the Woodstock Festival

Michael Lang, cocreator of the historic 1969 Woodstock Festival, reflects on its legacy (and future) from 50 years out.

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6 New Ways to Experience Olana in 2019

Olana is one of the most important artist’s home, studio, and designed landscape in the United States. The property features 250 acres of artist-designed landscape, five miles of carriage road, and a Persian-inspired house and offers an ever-evolving list of tours that let guests experience (and re-experience) the Hudson River School's Frederic Edwin Church's beautiful home in new and exciting ways.

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Urban Archive App Expands Service to Newburgh—Including Phone-Guided Tours

The nonprofit Urban Archive launches an interactive app which shows Newburgh through the years—allowing the city itself to become a museum and your phone, a reliable local tour guide.

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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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HOME/WORK @ JDJ | The Ice House

HOME/WORK

June 29-Sept. 2 — Each of the artists in HOME/WORK were asked to think about the...
(All You Need Is) Satisfaction: Art Inspired By the Music of the Beatles and Rolling Stones” @ Emerge Gallery & Art Space

(All You Need Is) Satisfaction: Art Inspired By the Music of the Beatles and Rolling Stones”

Aug. 3-Sept. 1 — Includes work by thirty-one artists who created work inspired by the songs...

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  • A Little Touch of Stardust: Where to Celebrate 50 Years of Woodstock in the Hudson Valley
  • A Little Touch of Stardust: Where to Celebrate 50 Years of Woodstock in the Hudson Valley

    Here in the Hudson Valley and Catskills there’s a coziness about the Woodstock '69 50th anniversary. While tie dye and tolerance have never really gone out of style around here, those who’d like to mark the anniversary in some way have a number of local goings-on to slake their thirst for nostalgia, peace, love and music. Hey now, we still know how to brew that stuff from scratch.
    • Aug 16, 2019
  • Voices of the Earth Festival at Seed Song Farm
  • Voices of the Earth Festival at Seed Song Farm

    The first ever Voices of the Earth Festival on Labor Day weekend brings together musicians, dancers, artists, and speakers of both indigenous and transplanted heritage, with environmental groups to inspire a culture of celebration and action toward a healthy Earth.
    • Aug 15, 2019
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    The Ulster County Fairgrounds in New Paltz will transform into a wonderland of creativity, packed with dozens of masterful makers: fiber artists, metal sculptors, woodcrafters, fine artists, jewelers and more for the Woodstock-New Paltz Art and Crafts Fair, which has been happening each Memorial Day and Labor Day for nearly four decades.
    • Aug 15, 2019
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