What’s Happening This Weekend in the Hudson Valley
While the first day of summer isn't until June 21, most schools are now done for the year so I say get out and enjoy this summer weekend!
Saturday, June 13: 10 am. Fishkill Farms Yoga at the Farm. It's back! Roll out your mat (or borrow one) and join the weekly all levels yoga class. Relax your mind and strengthen your body as you peer over the rolling hills and breathe in fresh air. Class taught by Yoga Alliance certified yoga instructors, Chelsea Teed and Maureen Benedict. If class is cancelled due to weather, an update will be posted by 9 am Saturday mornings. Admission is $16 for one class, 5 classes for $70, or 10 classes for $140. Mats can be rented.
Saturday, June 13: 11-4. Trout Parade on Main Street in Livingston Manor. This has been called the region's funkiest community parade and street fair. Join the fun as this year's theme is 'Somewhere over the Rainbow (trout)'. This year’s Trout Parade, sponsored by the Catskill Art Society, steps off at 1, led by the honorary Grand Marshall and featuring a wide variety of music, entertainment and floats representing local businesses, organizations and performance groups from this area and beyond. After the parade enjoy 'Concerts on the Block' on the Main Street Stage. A family friendly play will be performed at Renaissance Park at 3:00. To wrap the day, an after-party will be held at the Catskill Brewery at 5:00.
Saturday, June 13 10 am -Sunday, June 14 12 am: Relay for Life in Kingston with the American Cancer Society. Join this wonderful family event as we come together to honor cancer survivors, remember loved ones lost, and fight back against a disease that has already taken too many. There will be survivor and caregiver recognition, prizes, games, vendors, activities, food and many raffles/silent auction items for all.
Saturday, June 13: 8:30-12. National Take a Kid Fishing Day at Fancher-Davidge Park in Middletown. Kids ages 5 to 15 years old must be accompanied by an adult and bring their own pole, worms and tackle box. Registration begins at 8:30am, fishing from 9am-noon. Every angler receives a prize and there are 26 trophies. Refreshments provided.