Bears, Beers and Birds: 5 Exciting Events In the Hudson Valley
This time of year it is really important to keep busy. It is too easy for the winter weather blues to set in so keeping busy and getting out could be a good solution to a little bit of cabin fever.
No matter what time of year it is there is always plenty to do in the Hudson Valley and beyond. There are the usual winter activities like skiing and such but Mother Nature hasn't been too cooperative with the weather so I thought I would list a few other events that can keep you busy until our first significant snowfall.
What To Do in the Hudson Valley in January and February 2023
Saturday, January 28, 2023 - Trailside Museums and Bear Mountain Zoo - A Bear Birthday Party. Join the Bear Mountain Zoon from 12 PM to 2 PM while they celebrate Pal and Sadie's 18th Birthday. Pal and Sadie have lived at the zoo since they were cubs. Come by and enjoy the zoo and the celebration.
Sullivan County Winterfest at Roscoe Beer Company
Saturday, January 28, 2023 - The Roscoe Winter Beerfest - at the Roscoe Beer Company 145 Rockland Road Roscoe, New York from 11 AM to 7 PM. Everyone is invited to the 8th Annual Winterfest. There will be live music with Hillbilly Parade and Albi & John. Ice carvers will be doing live shows, horse-drawn carriage rides, food, craft beer, games, and a bonfire.
New Brewery Opens in Walden, New York
Thursday, February 2, 2023 - Big Dogs Brewery Opening Night in Walden. 771 NY Route 52 in Walden this new brewery will offer fun game nights and live music. They will have food trucks and game nights. They serve both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
Saturday, February 4, 2023 - 2023 Town of Neversink Winterfest is being held at 8230 Route 55 in Grahamsville from 11 AM to 4 PM. Live music, food, craft vendors, ice skating, and more will all be part of this 2nd annual event.
Learn about Owls in the Hudson Valley
Saturday, February 11, 2023 - Owl Prowl at the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum in Cornwall, New York. The event is at the Wildlife Education Center 25 Boulevard in Cornwall from 5 PM to 7 PM. This event teaches about the unique characteristics of Owl with the HHNM's owl ambassadors then takes you on a guide after-dark walk where hopefully you will encounter a few owls on the way. Get Ticket information here.
Stop back often we plan to add to this calendar as more events pop up around the Hudson Valley that is sure to be a cure for your cabin fever.