Visitors Guides!

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cover of the 2016 Columbia County Visitors Guide

Everything you need to know to make the most of your adventure! Check it out…

What's Happening in Columbia County

  • July 6-23
    Saturday Night Fever

    ​The most requested show of the summer! A disco inferno of a show that will have you dancing down memory lane. The biggest Bee Gees hits of the decade will make you want to break out the bell-bottoms and boogie shoes.

  • July 20-23
    Agatha Christie: Spider's Web

    ​Clarissa is adept at spinning tales of adventure until a murder takes place in her drawing room! One of Christie’s best with thrills and comedy that is sure to offer shock & laughs.

  • July 21-23

    ​Monument combines beautifully revived works by legends of modern dance with original choreography by Hudson-based dance artist Adam H. Weinert. Time: 7/21-7/22, 7pm, 7/21, 5pm

  • July 22
    SuperTone Music Festival

    ​Music and Arts Day Festival featuring a unique blend of young & fresh Country, Rock and Roots music in an intimate setting. Family-friendly community atmosphere with local food and arts vendors.

  • July 23
    Trivia Night Series

    ​Grab a crew (the smartest ones you know) and come over for cocktails**, fun and TRIVIA! It’s free to play with bragging rights to the winners! Come each and every Sunday! **Beer, wine & light local fare also available.

Getaway and Play in Columbia County!

If you are looking for a perfect weekend getaway, vacation destination or just a place to kick back and relax, Columbia County, NY is the ideal place to visit. The County offers unsurpassed rural beauty, a rich cultural scene and active recreational opportunities.

An abundance of theater, dance, and music options as well as all kinds of festivals fill the seasons with non-stop entertainment. While over 50 public heritage sites capture the county's distinctive place in U.S. history. No matter what you choose to explore, come and visit the Columbia County country hospitality.

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