What’s Happening in the Hudson Valley This Weekend
With vacation mode in full swing, it's the perfect time to explore all the Hudson Valley has to offer. Here's just a few of the many events going on this weekend.
Saturday, July 11-Sunday, July 12 : 1-4. The Clinton Historical Society will exhibit private collections of antique quilts from 1898 through 1940, at the Creek Meeting House Exhibit Center, 2433 Salt Point Turnpike in Clinton Corners. This exhibit will include some reproductions of vintage quilt designs and materials. This colorful display features exquisite finely-detailed needlework that took hundreds of hours to complete from materials salvaged from men’s shirts, women’s mourning dresses, feed sacks, and other sources during the Depression and other times. Admission is free and will run every weekend in July. On July 25, children are invited to make quilt pieces of their own design using craft materials provided. Quilters will demonstrate techniques on July 12 and 19.
Saturday, July 11: 10-12. Flower Arrangement Workshop at The Cutting Garden, 4055 State Rte 52 in Youngsville. Join Anne Hart (The Cutting Garden), Ann Manby (Sugar Blossom Flowers), Jill Wiener (Earthgirl Flowers) and Tannis Kowalchuk (Willow Wisp Organic Farm) for a fun, hands on workshop. Using the freshest flowers from their gardens, they will guide you through the process of creating a beautiful flower arrangement to take home at the end of the class. You’ll leave inspired and ready to bring the outdoors – in! $45 covers the cost of the class and all materials. Pre-Registration is required so that there will be enough materials available for each participant. To register, call 845 482 3333.
Saturday, July 11: 10-4. 65th Stone House Day in Hurley, 11 Main Street in Hurley. Rain or shine! Tour eight National Historic Landmark private homes, 230-330 years old in 1661 Dutch village. Featuring militia and historic re-enactors, tour guides in colonial attire. Children's activities, Colonial crafts: spinning and weaving, chair caning, wreathmaking, working blacksmith. Native American Dancers.Sojourner Truth presentation, handmade quilt raffle, cafeteria with homemade food. Free parking.
Saturday, July 11: 9-3. Knights of Columbus Council 9254 will present the Walden Classic Car Show in the Walden Village Square. See vintage cars, motorcycles, and trucks. Categories include Hot Rods, American Muscle Cars, Mustang, Foreign, Corvette, Specialty, and more. Trophies, dash plaques, t-shirts, music, food, and raffles.