The rain is moving out and the sun comes back just in time for this weekend. It will definitely be sweater weather, but be ready to hit the road and discover some new events or re-visit some favorites.

Saturday, October 18, 10-3: The 39th Apple Time Fair at the Cornwall Presbyterian Church. Come early for homemade apple pies, baked goods, crafts and holiday items. Check out the books, toys and jewelry, and explore Grandma's Bargain Basement. Enjoy the gourmet coffee corner, while the kids participate in the children's activities.

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Sunday, October 19, 10-4The Kingston Model Train and Railroad Hobby will host  the largest rail-themed event in Ulster County this Sunday at Murphy Midtown Center, 467 Broadway, Kingston, NY.  (Next to Rite Aid Pharmacy). Enjoy operating layouts, dealer and vendor Tables, large-scale garden railroad train display, and model train exhibits. Plus,there will be food and refreshments available, free door and show prize give aways, kid’s corner play area, and Thomas the Tank engine trains! Admission Fee:  adults $6.00, children (under 12) $1.00

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Saturday, October 18, 10-1: Barryville Farmer's Market, behind River Market. Only 2 more Saturdays for you to enjoy local products including fruits, vegetables, cut flowers, baked goods, milk, cheese, jams, meat, poultry, eggs, wine and more.

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Sunday, October 19, 9-6:  Read My Pins: The Madeleine Albright Collection. The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum will host this acclaimed traveling exhibition, featuring a collection of more than 200 symbolic and historically significant pins. This exhibit explores how Secretary of State Madeleine Albright used jewelry as a diplomatic, political and social tool. READ MY PINS is sponsored by the Library's nonprofit partner, the Roosevelt Institute, and organized by the Museum of Arts and Design in New York. The exhibition will be on display in the William J. Vanden Heuvel Gallery at the Roosevelt Library in Hyde Park. Regular hours and admission apply.

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