Looking for something unforgettable to do on a summer evening with friends? I think we may have just found the perfect Friday night out for you and your crew. Fun, local history that's both spooky and socially distant is coming to one of the oldest streets in America. Last year it was "Cider and Spirits" is now Friday Night Boos & Brews at Historic Huguenot Street.

Historic Huguenot Street in New Paltz is hosting Boos & Brews on Friday nights starting July 24th and running through August 28th. Just when you thought there wasn't going to be anything fun to do this summer Huguenot Street brings back a way to have a great night out with friends and learn some supernatural history of the Hudson Valley.

Friday Night Boos & Brews is a walking tour of one of America's oldest neighborhoods that is full of local legends and spooky tales. The tour starts off at the DuBois Fort Visitor Center where you can pick up complimentary glass of cider or craft beer and then head out through an outdoor tour of down Huguenot street.

This is a ticketed event where you must agree to the COVID-19 protocols of social distancing. Your ticket includes one beverage but additional beverages both alcoholic and non-alcoholic are available. So come enjoy eerie tales of New Paltz as you walk by the Huguenot cemetery that can give you chills even in the middle of the day.

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