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  • Tuesday, October 7 - Tuesday, November 11
    World History through Architecture
    Tuesdays, 7pm. Phone: 845-255-5030. Url: http://eltinglibrary.org.

  • Tuesday, October 21
    The Nature-Rich Life
    7:30pm. SUNY New Paltz Distinguished Speaker Series welcomes Richard Louv, journalist and author of eight books about the connections between family, nature and community. Tickets available online or the Parker Theatre Box Office: 257-3880/Lecture Center 100/newpaltz.edu/speakerseries

  • Tuesday, October 21
    Concert Choir, Chamber Singers & Vocal Jazz Ensemble
    8pm. A program of music from Latin America including Heitor Villa-Lobos, Astor Piazzola, and the 16th-century master Hernando Franco. $8; $6 seniors, faculty & staff; $3 students. Url: http://newpaltz.edu/music.

  • Thursday, October 23 - Sunday, October 26
    Side By Side by Sondheim
    Thu-Sat 8pm $39, Sun 2pm $34. This dazzling array of some of Sondheim’s best-known songs features numbers from Company, Follies, A Little Night Music, A Funny Thing Happened on the way to the Forum, Anyone Can Whistle, and West Side Story, and others. A sure delight for all musical theatre lovers! Phone: 845-647-5511. Url: http://shadowlandtheatre.org.

  • Friday, October 24
    Hudson River Brick Makers
    Filmmaker Jim Ormond documentary about the Hudson River Valley as the world capital of brick making, followed by Q&A. Refreshments. Phone: 845-876-0246. Email: dhmny@aol.com. Url: http://rhinebeckhistoricalsociety.org.

  • Friday, October 24 - Saturday, October 25
    American Symphony Orchestra
    Under the direction of Leon Botstein. Chopin Pinao Concerto No. 1 w/Maryna Kysla on piano. Schubert Symphony No. 9 in C, "Great." 7pm preconcert talk; concert at 8pm. $25. Phone: 845-758-7900. Email: fishercenterboxoffice@bard.edu. Url: http://fishercenter.bard.edu.

  • Friday, October 24 - Sunday, October 26
    Dance Concert
    Choreography & performance by Bard students. 10/24 & 10/26 at 7:30pm; 10/25 at 2pm & 7:30pm. Free: reservations req'd. Phone: 845-758-7900. Email: fishercenterboxoffice@bard.edu. Url: http://fishercenter.bard.edu.

  • Friday, October 24 - Sunday, October 26
    Peter Pan
    Musical based on J.M. Barrie’s immortal tale w/music by Mark Charlap & Jule Styne, lyrics by Carolyn Leigh, Betty Comden & Adolph Green. Directed and choreographed by Kevin Archambault. Fri & Sat at 8pm; Sat and Sun at 3pm.Tkts: $26/$24/Sat mat $20. Phone: 845-876-3080. Url: http://centerforperformingarts.org.

  • Friday, October 24
    Ghost Walk of Historic Hurley’s Main Street & Cemetery
    7pm. $10, $7 students 12-16, not recommended for children under 12. Reservations suggested. Phone: 845-338-1661. Url: http://hurleyheritagesociety.org.

  • Friday, October 24 - Sunday, October 26
    Woodstock Invitational Luthiers Showcase
    11am-6pm. Fine handmade acoustic guitars & stringed instruments exhibited by their makers. Show & sale, vendors, workshops, concerts. $20, $35 two days. Phone: 845-679-4406. Url: http://woodstockinvitational.com.

  • Friday, October 24 - Sunday, October 26
    Haunted Huguenot Street
    4-8pm. The historic street is transformed and guests will hear legends of hauntings, participate in Mrs. Gertrude Deyo Broadhead’s infamous Conundrum Party, and explore the art of haunted interpretation. Pre-registration is encouraged for interpretations. $25; $20 members, seniors & military; $30 at the door without pre-registration. Phone: 845-255-1660. Url: http://huguenotstreet.org.

  • Friday, October 24
    Halloween Party
    For kids 12 & under. Come dressed as your favorite goblin. Games, goodies, stories, & more. 6–8pm. Free. Organized by Rhinecliff Ladies Auxiliary. From 6–8pm. For more info call Cynthia Baer at 876-5738.

  • Friday, October 24 - Sunday, October 26
    Indoor Sale
    A mixture of estate items, gently used furniture and antique furniture (Eastlake and Mission among others), glassware, collectibles, antiques, tools, wicker, jewelry, holiday interior decor items, books, mirrors, paintings and prints, and MUCH more. Vintage Village/6 Linwood Ave/Highland. Contact Vivian for more information: 845-691-2089 or Viv@AboutTown.us.

  • Saturday, October 25
    Project 44
    All male dance group providing the artistic platform for choreographer Gierre Godley. Showcasing the beauty, versatility, and athleticism of male performers. $30/$10. Phone: 845-757-5106x2. Email: pgrkaats@bestweb.net. Url: http://www.kaatsbaan.org.

  • Saturday, October 25
    Gray Green Canals
    Concrete Temple Theatre showcasing their multimedia theatrical event in progress about women and water. Free and open to public at 7pm. Phone: 518-822-1438. Email: info@hudsonoperahouse.org. Url: http://hudsonoperahouse.org.

  • Saturday, October 25
    Halloween in the Hamlet of Highland
    Phone: 845-691-8011. Url: http://townoflloyd.com.

  • Saturday, October 25
    Day of Service at Kingston Point Beach
    9am-noon. Help install a variety of native plants to fight erosion, restore and protect this wonderful park on the banks of the Hudson River. Contact 481-0331/volunteer@ulstercorps.org

  • Saturday, October 25
    27th Annual Miller School Craft Fair
    Over 90 artists, crafters and direct sales vendors, entertainment, face painting, kids crafts. 9am - 5pm.

  • Saturday, October 25
    Vampire Ball
    A frightfully good time to benefit Health Alliance Hospitals. Dinner, dancing, enchanting entertainment, silent as the grave auction, costume contest. Tables will feature limited edition dolls specially created by Tonner Doll Company for this event & offered for sale at the end of the night. $135, call for more info and registration. Lazy Swan/1754 Old Kings Highway/Saugerties/334-2760/foundationupdate.org

  • Saturday, October 25
    Martha Gallagher, the Adirondack Harper
    8pm. $21, $18 members, $5 more at the door, students with ID 1/2 price. Phone: 845-255-1559. Url: http://unisonarts.org.

New Englanders-on-Hudson

by Cynthia Owen Philip  

I have a confession to make. I am a somewhat unreconstructed New Englander. The Puritans drove my progenitors out of the Massachusetts Bay Colony and into the wilderness of what would become Rhode Island. There they would stay generation after generation, including my own. Read more...

The Roots of Sinterklaas

by Jim Blackburn  

For casual visitors the annual Sinterklaas celebration centered in Rhinebeck may be a brief eruption of early holiday festivities, but for Jeanne Fleming and her volunteers preparing each year’s celebration is a year-round undertaking. Having attended the last two Sinterklaas celebrations (and having a good time), I was curious about the history of the event, how it is all put together, and what we can look forward to this year. Ms. Fleming was kind enough to explain many aspects of the festival. Her enthusiasm and passion for the community of Rhinebeck shine through the Sinterklaas celebration she has tirelessly helped Read more...

Iva's Accord Roots

by Vivian Yess Wadlin  

Iva Lawrence’s mind is as tidy and organized as the lovely home she and her late husband, Vincent, built. About to celebrate her 97th birthday, Iva speaks with authority about her wonderful neighbors and family. Many regularly drop by to chat or to inquire about this or that—local history, local news—how to make something, or just discuss the weather. But sometimes, as with Hurricane Irene (August 2011), they are there to ensure her safety. Read more...

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The Food Truck Boom

by Barbara Jean Briskey  

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Featured Community Businesses

The Rhinebeck Arts Festival, September 26–28 at the Dutchess County Fairgrounds, will be a celebration of artistic expression focusing on craft and visual art including 200 outstanding artists, live music, dance performances, hands-on demonstrations, children's activities, gourmet foods and more! Hours: Fri 10am–5pm, Sat 10am–6pm, Sun 10am–5pm.

Dutchess County Fairgrounds, Rhinebeck
845-331-7900

Health Quest Medical Practice (HQMP) is a multi-specialty medical group offering  Primary Care in many locations: Boiceville, Carmel, Fishkill, Highland, Hopewell Junction, Hyde Park, Kingston, LaGrangeville, Millbrook, Poughkeepsie, Rhinebeck and Woodstock. Specialists within the group include: Behavioral Health, Breast Surgery, Cardiology, Cardiothoracic Surgery, Geriatrics, Maternal Fetal Medicine, Neurosurgery and Spine Surgery, OBGYN, Pulmonary Medicine, Surgery, Thoracic Oncology and Urgent Care. Meet our providers before your appointment by visiting our website and find the right doctor for you. Call for scheduling and information.

1-888-525-HQMP (4767)

Beadzo offers an inspired, eclectic collection of ethnic, vintage and collectible beads, including select Tibetan, African, Asian and contemporary beads. There is also a unique selection of folk art, jewelry, masks, textiles, scarves and gifts. Class with Carol Cypher every other Thursday eve; mother-daughter Saturday workshops. Parties both in shop and at your home.

60 Broadway, Tivoli
845-757-5306

The Atwater Gallery, located above the Rhinebeck Artist's Shop in Rhinebeck, is a beautiful light-filled exhibition space showing changing exhibits of professional, quality modern art from the Hudson Valley and beyond.

56 E. Market St., Rhinebeck
845-876-4922

Lessons for adults & children. Professional musicians welcome. Piano for beginners through advanced. Jazz improvisation for students of all instruments & voice. Music reading, composition, theory & harmony. See also under "Wedding Services."

Tivoli
845-757-4187

From a box-lunch picnic to a wedding, and everything in between, Red Devon can make your event delicious and memorable. Call 845-677-8757 to speak with Chef Gerard.

108 Hunns Lake Rd., Stanfordville
845-868-3175

Alterations, Repairs and Design Work. Licensed Tailor and dress maker from Thailand with 17 years experience. No job too small and no job too big !!   Call Pranit.

111 Weeds Mill Rd, Highland
845-475-6889 or 845-691-2021

Simplify your process! Maximize quality and efficiency. We offer fully integrated services, design, consulting, and construction for your landscape and home. Completely insured, significant references. BBB member, A+ rated.

845-758-4088

Over 25 years working in collaboration with homeowners and professional designers to create a unique and special something for the home or office. Custom cabinetry and so much more!

845-399-5484

A different kind of tree service focusing on tree preservation. As a "Certified Arborist" with 30 years of experience I will show you how we can solve tree issues, reduce hazard, and beautify your landscape all in one visit. Fully insured.

New Paltz
845-255-8741

Open to the public, it’s “not just for chefs!” Consider this warm, friendly, (and lovely) home  for your retirement. Just 15 residents, ages 62 and up, live in this beautiful complex on 400 acres of gorgeous, well-tended land. A gracious staff is available 24/7. All meals are prepared on premises and served in a wood-paneled dining room (after all, this was the original home of Oscar of the Waldorf). Decorate your room to your taste, travel in your own car, or use our transportation. Large comfortable game and entertainment room, in-house hair dresser and barber.

71 Old Tschirky Rd, New Paltz
845-255-7010

Now celebrating over 1000 consignors! In an inviting and cozy atmosphere, we have hand-selected, name-brand clothing and accessories for women and children. You're sure to find that hidden treasure just for you.

133 Main St, Gardiner
845-255-0093

Lovely country setting 10 minutes north of the center of Rhinebeck. 4 comfortable A/C rooms decorated with a combination of antiques and modern amenities. Hearty breakfast served from 8 AM. Lower rates mid-week/off season. Free WiFi.

339 Stone Church Rd., Rhinebeck
845-758-2427

Buy your holiday and house-warming gifts at this Juried Art Show and Reception

Thursday, September 4th, 6-9pm, $45 admission. 

Wiltwyck Golf Club

404 Steward Lane, Kingston

Experience the Hudson River In The Heart of The Hudson Valley. ~Sightseeing ~ Lunch~ Dinner ~ Victorian Picnic Cruise ~Dock & Dine~ Just minutes from Walkway over the Hudson, Vanderbilt Mansion, Franklin D. Roosevelt Home &

Library, and Culinary Institute of America.

Departs Waryas Park, Poughkeepsie
866-797-9024

AboutTown Ulster: PO Box 474, New Paltz, NY 12561, 845-691-2089  EMAIL US
AboutTown Dutchess/Columbia: The Chocolate Factory, 54 Elizabeth Street, Suite 11, Red Hook, NY 12571, 845-758-3616  EMAIL US
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