Radio Woodstock Events
Friday, October 9, 2015Various Venues - Uptown Kingston, NYOctober 9,10,11 The non-profit O+ Festival (pronounced o-positive) connects musicians, artists, and health & wellness providers for weekend-long celebrations featuring concerts and performances, art making, and wellness offerings for the entire community.
Tales of the Hudson Valley
Saturday, October 17, 2015Rosendale Theater Celebrate our harvest season at Rosendale Theatre on Saturday, October 17 at 11:00 am with the annual “Tales of the Hudson Valley” a live theatrical performance adapted from Washington Irving’s “Rip van Winkle” and “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” by playwright Edward Versailles and directed by Ann Citron. “Tales” is great spooky fun, full of nostalgia—a delightful outing for the whole family. Generously sponsored by Westwood Metes and Bounds Realty, tickets are $10 for general admission, $9 for members and $5 for children 12 and under. Families of 4 get a special deal-- admission price of $20. For more information, call the Rosendale Theatre at 845-658-8989 or [email protected]
The Beacon Sloop Club Annual Pumpkin Festival
Sunday, October 18, 2015Pete and Toshi Seeger Park, 1 Flynn Drive, Beacon, NYNoon-5pm. Hudson Valley pumpkins all sizes and shapes, pumpkin pie and pumpkin soup, apple cider hot and cold, famous stone soup.Two solar powered music stages. Main Stage featuring Cosby Gibson, Dan Einbender, Ingrid Heldt, Lost Ryders of the Wawayanda, Rick Nestler & the Dirty Stay Out Skiffers, Susan Reid Bozso, Vinnie & Maryellen Cerniglia. Many free children’s activities, environmental displays.
UlsterCorps Zombie Escape
Saturday, October 31, 2015
5K timed race, a 1K kids fun run and a 1K fitness walk/hike.Rosendale \"This fun and exciting event for runners and families will wind its way through the spooky woods, tunnels and caves of Williams Lake and will once again feature a Zombie Escape - runners will be given a health flag belt (two flags each just like flag football) – avoid the zombies, get through the woods with at least one flag and all your brains intact and you win.\" All donors will be prominently listed in our advertising, including our website, our e-news, received by over 3400 subscribers, and at the event, which will be attended by at least 200 runners. Signage thanking event sponsors will be displayed along the course and at the finish line, and the event MC will thank sponsors during the awards ceremony.
Saturday, November 28, 2015Starts at the Kingston Waterfront Full day of open houses, musical performances, workshops creating beautiful crowns and branches, and a Children’s Maritime Parade down Broadway, with stars and puppets galore. Kingston sends off Sinterklaas and his white horse on a tugboat across the river to his destination there. After his send off, there will a Sinterklaas Soiree, Tree Lighting Ceremony, and plenty of specials at all of the local restaurants.
Saturday, December 5, 2015A day-long, colorful celebration that features children’s workshops, dance, theatre and music all over the village of Rhinebeck. This year be sure to visit The HIVE and hear the Secrets of the Honey Bees. Don’t miss the Dancing Bear, the Pocket Lady, and Mother Holly. The spectacular Children’s Starlight Parade at 6:30 pm, featuring two-story tall, animated puppets carried by hundreds of volunteers, closes the day at twilight. A non-denominational event, Sinterklaas joins residents and visitors alike, people of all ages and backgrounds, in a memorable celebration of children, art, and the light of the winter season.