Tractor Show; Garlic festival; more things to do in Mid Hudson Valley

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Cornerstone Theater Arts, September 24-26

Enjoy an evening at the theater with “On Tidy Endings,” a one-act play about a gay man and a straight woman who meet to work out issues after a man they both loved dies. It stars Evelyn Albino and Keith Dougherty, directed by Joe Gayton. Shows at 7 p.m. Tickets are $ 20 cash at the door and for reservations call 845-294-4188. The Cornerstone Theater Arts is located at 223 Main Street in Goshen. Visit for more information and future events.

Outside: The Open Space Institute preserves the Shawangunks lands

Check the fall leaves? Preview destinations, meals and overnight stays

Family fun: Where to find a farm with a corn maze

Tractor show and exchange meeting, September 25

The Grahamsville Rod and Gun Club will feature a tractor exhibit featuring Oliver Moline and White, tractors, vintage engines, tractors and farm equipment, vintage and classic cars and trucks. Watch demonstrations of knife sharpening and shingle mills and sawmills, plus a five-kilometer tractor ride on Sundays. Participate in tractor bingo and kids can enjoy pedal tractor rides and games. There will be plenty of food with a chicken barbecue and other food vendors as well as craft vendors and a flea market. The fun begins Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Donations are $ 3 per car. For more information, contact Hank Samyun, 845-985-2548 or Paul Kelly, 845-985-0081.

Harvest Festival, September 25

Meet at Bradley Park in Walden from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. for the 34th Annual Walden Harvest Festival. Kids will have plenty to do with bouncy houses, a dog parade and a frog jumping competition. Adults can enjoy Angry Orchard’s cider, live music, food and more. Orange County Child ID will be there with many providers. Vendor information is available, visit website for more information.

Black Renaissance Festival, September 25

In solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, Safe Harbors of the Hudson will present its second annual Black Renaissance Festival in Newburgh. An exhibition of visual arts and performing arts showcases celebrating black voices, the festival will feature all kinds of music, food and entertainment. The festival is in collaboration with Newburgh Open Studios 2021, which takes place across the city of Newburgh from September 25-26. The Newburgh Open Studios will offer a self-guided tour with maps available at Newburgh Art Supply, 5 Grand St. The tour will introduce the arts community with alternative gallery spaces, outdoor public art, studios and performances pop-up. Both events will take place from noon to 6 p.m., with the festival taking place at the Ann Street Gallery, 104 Ann St. For more information, visit

The Honey Bee Festival in Narrowsburg, NY, in September 2017.

Narrowsburg Bee Festival, September 25

Enjoy all about bees at the Honey Bee Festival in Narrowsburg from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. in Narrowsburg. There will be plenty of vendors to browse with honey spirits, food, music, and movies. You can learn about bees, learn from beekeepers, don a bee costume, and have fun. Visit for more information.

Newburgh Open Studios, September 25

The Newburgh Community Photo Project (NCPP) will launch “Truth Be Told: Uncovering Newburgh’s Muted Legacy”. lives, portraits and landscapes and personal memories related to the history of Newburgh. The opening reception and public video screening will take place from 7 to 9 p.m. at 102 South William Street in Newburgh. For this event and upcoming events, visit

ZZ Top's Dusty Hill performs at the ZZ Top 50th Anniversary Texas Bash at Austin360 Amphitheater on May 19, 2019 in Austin, Texas.  They will be performing at Bethel Woods.

ZZ Top, September 26

Blues and boogie rock are coming to the Catskills as ZZ Top performs. ZZ Top has been performing since the 1970s with the hits “La Grange”, “Tush” and “Gimme All Your Lovin”. They performed at the inauguration of Pres. George W. Bush in 2001 and will be performing at Bethel Woods with general doors opening at 5:30 p.m., show starting at 7 p.m. For more information, visit

The Hudson Valley Garlic Festival

Hudson Valley Garlic Festival, October 2

Garlic lovers will enjoy all things garlic at the Hudson Valley Garlic Festival on October 2 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and October 3 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Garlic Growers will be in attendance, along with food and craft vendors, kids can participate in activities and everyone can enjoy live music on three stages and the Arm of the Sea Theater. The festival will take place at Cantine Field on Pavilion Street in Saugerties. Daily admission at the door is $ 10, children under 12 are free. Detailed information can be found at

Fall Festival and Art Exhibition, October 4 to 31

Fall and festivals go hand in hand, so head to Noah’s Park Retreat for the fall festival and art exhibit. Go on an animal and treasure hunt on a self-guided tour, you can feed the farm’s exotic animals and butterflies inside and out! You can take home crafts, enjoy s’mores, and decorate cookies. Tickets cost $ 20 and children 3 and under are free. Reservations are required, please call 294-8948 or 978-9082. More information can be found on their Facebook page,

Peace, Love and Pumpkins, October 15-31

Walk the Garden Paths at Bethel Woods for Peace, Love and Pumpkins! Take a family stroll through the garden trails to see glowing pumpkins, hand-carved pumpkins, and other exhibits like Mermaids, Big Foot and more. Plus, from October 29-31, enjoy the premier Night Market in Peace, Love & Pumpkins with over 50 craft and food vendors. Hours are 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m., adult admission $ 20, ages 3-17 $ 10. You can find more information at

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