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Sacred Site at Olana

Olana State Historic Site 5720 Route 9-G, Hudson

Sacred Site presents a rare opportunity to encounter the full scale and impact of Frederic Church’s monumental canvases in the landscape he designed at Olana. The installation comprises twelve replicated works created by Diana Wege, who engaged with Church’s Niagara Falls, from the American Side (1867) over a decade. Just as Church’s large-scale paintings called ... Read more


Copake Hillsdale Farmers Market

Roeliff Jansen Park 116 Old Route 22, Hillsdale

Nestled in Roeliff Jansen Park's green pastures, offers a warm and welcoming indoor-outdoor marketplace that abounds with fresh, healthful and locally-grown foods harvested in Copake, Hillsdale, and surrounding areas. Our market helps support the vital role of local farms and small businesses - the backbone to our rural communities. Each week our Harvest Barn comes ... Read more


Salute to “Pop” Sweet

Austerlitz History Center 812 Route 203, Spencertown

The Austerlitz History Center will host a new exhibit on the life and career of George R. "Pop" Sweet, the Famed Fiddler of Fog Hill. The exhibition traces Sweet's musical career and features a soundtrack that includes recordings of Pop's fiddling and calling from 1947 that are now housed in the Library of Congress. Explored ... Read more


Corn Maze

Samascott's Garden Market 65 Chatham Street, Kinderhook

Come get lost in our 7-acre corn maze!!! The maze is exposed to the elements, so bring water for hydration and wear your sturdiest sneakers!!! Tickets must be purchased inside the Garden Market, the you can head into the maze for a FUN adventure! Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult at ... Read more


Thinking in Systems: What Church and His Contemporaries Knew About Climate Change

Olana State Historic Site 5720 Route 9-G, Hudson

Join Partners for Climate Action to learn more about how scientific thinking in Frederic Church’s era connects to our own contemporary climate crisis. One of the treasures in the Church family library is a first edition of “Man and Nature,” the landmark treatise by George Perkins Marsh, considered by scholars to be America’s first environmentalist. ... Read more

$10 – $15

WINE and LIVE Music!!

Sabba Vineyard 383 Pitts Road, Old Chatham

Come enjoy our delicious wine, the beautiful fall vineyard views and sculptures throughout our property! LIVE music with John Esposito starts at 2pm Winery open Noon-8pm  

LIVE Music and Wine!!!

Home Range Winery 146 Flints Crossing Road, Canaan

Come out and enjoy some live music by The Amy Ryan Band, GREAT wine and food from Chillin'GrillinCheez!

Family Bonfire Night

Martin Van Buren National Historic Site 1013 Old Post Road, Kinderhook

Martin Van Buren National Historic Site will host a free bonfire night on Saturday, October 15, 2022, from 4 to 7 pm. There will be s’mores, live fiddlers music by Fran & Friends, a story trail in collaboration with the Kinderhook Library, and fun, historic games! Arriving early? Follow the three-quarter mile wayside loop starting ... Read more

Buyer & Cellar

The Ghent Playhouse 6 Town Hall Place, Ghent

This outrageously funny and irresistible one-man play from the most peculiar of fictitious premises - a struggling L.A. actor takes a job working in Barbra Streisand's Malibu, California basement - makes for some delicious wit and insight on the solitude of celebrity, the love-hate attraction between gay men and divas, and the melancholy that lurks ... Read more

$12 – $28
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Twelve Angry Jurors

Taconic Hills Performing Arts Center 73 County Route 11A, Craryville

A tense courtroom drama. Don't miss this exploration of human strengths and weaknesses, questioning the reliability of the evidence presented i court and exposing each jurors' prejudices when faced with a life and death decision.

$10 – $15

Witching Hour with the Rooted Voyageurs

Spencertown Academy Arts Center 790 NY-203, Spencertown

Join The Rooted Voyageurs for their production of The Witching Hour, a chilling story inspired by local lore about the Hoosac Tunnel, written by Luke Haskell. Following the performance, there will be a spooky open mic! Admission free, Doors open at 7pm.


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