There's no shortage of holiday spirit in the Hudson Valley this year. One historic site has already begun their decorating process.

Staatsburgh State Historic Site announced on Facebook the arrive of the holiday season. Halloween ended and Staatsburgh got to work, on Tuesday November 2nd, 2022, they shared that the big tree is up! They write:

And it’s begun! Huge thanks to our colleagues from Mills-Norrie State Park for helping us get the big tree up and the roof lighting hung! You guys are the best!
They add that while the tree is up, they will debut the mansions decorated main floor and a roster of holiday events on November 25th. Reservations must be made to attend, with the registration process beginning on November 10th.
Staatsburgh State Historic Site, Facebook
Staatsburgh State Historic Site, Facebook
According to the Staatsburgh State Historic Site website, A Guilded Age Christmas will allow visitors to "enjoy the estate grounds (now Mills Memorial State Park) free, sunrise to sunset every day. The park offers strolls along the Hudson River, sledding on a hill overlooking the river, and hiking on woodland trails between Mills and Norrie State Parks."
To reserve your tickets visit The Staatsburgh Historic Site website.
With all this talk about beautiful christmas trees, we can't leave out the fact that the 2022 Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree if from New York this year.
Our neighbors in Queensbury, right near Lake George, are bringing 82 feet and 14 tons of holiday spirit to New York City and across the world when the tree is finally lit at Rockefeller Center.
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