What to Do This Weekend: July 15-17, 2016

Here’s the scoop on Hudson Valley happenings over the next three days


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Stretch out under the open sky at Storm King Art Center.

Whether you’re an early riser or a night owl, here are five great things to do this Friday through Sunday, no matter what time it is.

The Night Market, Downtown Kingston
Watch the Rondout get transformed by this monthly pop-up festival, which connects local artists, makers, and businesses with folks from all over the Hudson Valley. Shop for craft goods, antiques, and art while live music guides you from Broadway to Spring Street. Experience Kingston’s nightly charm this Friday from 6-10 pm.

Hudson Valley Cider Festival, Barton Orchards, Poughquag
Presented by America on Tap, this celebration features drinks from 50 of the nations finest cideries. From local favorites to rare flavors, you’ll have three hours for sampling and taking in live entertainment and food from area culinary experts. Make sure you grab your souvenir tasting glass on the way out for first-class sippin’ year-round. Standard ticket admission is $35, although door sales increase by $10.

Yoga, Storm King Art Center, New Windsor
Take in the fresh air and stirring scenery while you stretch out under the open sky this Saturday at Storm King Art Center. With more than 500 acres of fields and woodlands, this sculpture park offers the perfect setting for a mid-morning yoga session. Beginners welcome, but don’t forget to bring your own mat.

Community Print Making Day, Barrett Art Center, Poughkeepsie
Poughkeepsie Prints, a new program at Barrett Art Center, invites you to learn all about the art of printmaking, including crafting classic and innovative designs on pillowcases, aprons, tote bags, or T-shirts. The center provides all the materials to help you get started on your projects, although they suggest a $5 donation to cover supply costs.

Family Free Night, Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum, Poughkeepsie
Free is fun for everyone. This Saturday, Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum will stay open late for you and your youngsters. Explore exhibits that get your kids moving, exploring, building, and creating through hands-on, engaging play. Admission is free from 5-8 pm.

Feel free to share information about the events you're looking forward to this weekend below, and don't forget you can always consult our constantly updating daily calendar listings

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