Events
(Lauren Thomas | Almanac Weekly)

Pride March & Festival this Sunday in New Paltz

For the 11th year, Kingston’s LGBTQ Center is bringing Pride Week to the Hudson Valley. The festivities are comprised of four nights of events culminating in the final Pride March and Festival on…

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Tiny Houses featured at Art & Crafts Fair in New Paltz

The Woodstock-New Paltz Art and Crafts Fair at the Ulster County Fairgrounds this weekend will house the work of 200 juried artists and craftspeople. Since its first show in 1982, Quail Hollow Events…

(Dion Ogust | Almanac Weekly)

Kids’ Almanac: May 26-June 2

“The brave die never, though they sleep in dust: Their courage nerves a thousand living men.” – Minot J. Savage FRIDAY, MAY 27 Live goats visit Red Hook Public Library You’ve heard of…

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Craft Brew Boogaloo & Hudson Valley Hullabaloo in Saugerties

Sometimes we find that good ol’ American “rugged individualism” ain’t all it’s cracked up to be, and that seeking strength in unity, leveraging the unique talents and specializations of diverse partners, is more…

There will be a literary luncheon with Kathy Leonard Czepiel (author of A Violet Season) at the Saturday, May 21 Millbrook Literary Festival. A Violet Season is the story of a mother and daughter amidst the backdrop of the Hudson Valley violet industry. From the late Victorian era up to World War I, violets were all the rage, and a quarter of the nation’s violets were grown in Dutchess County, whose soil is uniquely suited to the plant.

Millbrook Literary Festival on Saturday

A regional free festival celebrating literature where one can learn about the art and business of writing, as shared by best-selling, laurel-crowned professionals in the field as well as up-and-coming stars of tomorrow? Appealing…

Young alien at the Pine Bush UFO Fair. (photo by Will Dendis)

Pine Bush UFO Fair this Saturday

If visitors from outer space and UFOs are your thing – and even if they’re not – there’s something for everyone at the Pine Bush UFO Fair this Saturday, May 21 from 10…

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Kids’ Almanac: May 19-26

Act out Alice, wassail the apple trees, meet YA authors or climb a hay pyramid   “Mama, I love you more than Toys ‘R’ Us…wait, no, not Toys ‘R’ Us…I love you more…

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Craft Brew Boogaloo & Hudson Valley Hullabaloo in Saugerties

Sometimes we find that good ol’ American “rugged individualism” ain’t all it’s cracked up to be, and that seeking strength in unity, leveraging the unique talents and specializations of diverse partners, is more…

(Lauren Thomas | Almanac Weekly)

Thousands expected at Gardiner Cupcake Festival

The eighth annual Gardiner Cupcake Festival will be held on Saturday, May 14, rain or shine, from 12 noon to 6 p.m. Cupcakes from more than a dozen bakeries in the area will…

(Don Stahl)

Kids’ Almanac: May 12-19

“The Dandelion’s pallid tube Astonishes the Grass.” – Emily Dickinson   Swap a bike, catch a fish, make a kite or munch a cupcake   FRIDAY, MAY 13 Caregivers’ conference in Kingston Are…

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