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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.

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8 Kid-Friendly Museums to Visit in the Hudson Valley

From nature to history, motorcycles to firetrucks, these 8 Hudson Valley museums are educational, fun, and diverse destinations for adults and kids. Here is a look at some local museums’ programming.

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Big Sky Country: Sky Hopinka Exhibits at CCS Bard

A New Solo Show Runs through February 14, 2021
Sky Hopinka, a member of the Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin and the Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians, exhibits a work including a new commissioned piece filmed around the Hudson Valley, in this solo museum exhibition at CCS Bard.

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The Hudson Valley and Northeast's Museums Start Reopening

Hudson Valley museums adapted to life under lockdown by going digital, now they are slowly reopening with abundant safety precautions, reduced capacity, and the lessons of virtual programming under their belts.

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Five New Online Hudson Valley Happenings

Music, theater, classes—and Opus 40 is open for socially distant visits.

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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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The Dorsky Museum and Magazzino Italian Art Foundation to Showcase Rare Works of Italian Artists

The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art State University of New York at New Paltz and the Magazzino Italian Art Foundation in Cold Spring have partnered to bring the Hudson Valley community 11 rarely-before-seen works of three Italian artists.

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Daniel Lanzilotta: Tell the Truth @ GARNER Arts Center

Daniel Lanzilotta: Tell the Truth

Saturdays, 1-5 p.m. Continues through June 19 — Daniel Lanzilotta, TELL THE TRUTH, Curated by Jonathan Shorr. Sculpture exhibition in...
Free Introduction to Rowing Program @ Hudson River Rowing Association Community Boathouse

Free Introduction to Rowing Program

Sun., June 6, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. and Sat., June 12, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. — Come Row With Us! We invite you to one of our "Introduction...

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