Huguenot Street to hold Cider and Spirits Walk
There is always historic good fun at Huguenot Street in New paltz. If you have never visited this 400 year old community you must go and I suggest you do it when they are having one of their famously good events. Located in the Village of New Paltz alongside the Wallkill River, Huguenot Street is one of those places you visit and forget you are living in 2019.
On Friday September 13th you are invited to join the crew for "Cider & Spirits". The event is happening from 7 PM to 8:30 PM and plans to be a hauntingly great tour of Huguenot Street with refreshing cider curiosity of Kettleborough Cider House. An easy walk due to the area is flat and paved you will want to bring friends so you can maximize the fun.
Tour old stone house, listen to tales of local ghosts, learn about unsolved mysteries and enjoy hard cider. Everyone will at the Dubois Fort Visitor Center for locally made hard cider then it is off on a tour one of the oldest streets in America. Your will here tales that thrill, eerie stories and mysterious tales. Your guide will tell you about the people who lived in the stone houses and their experiences, tragedies and encounters with apparitions. Each ticket includes one glass of hard cider and additional glasses are available for purchase.
General admission $15
Discounts are available for HHS members, seniors, students, active military members, veterans, and children under 13
Additional glasses of cider for $3; bottled water for $1.50
Pre-registration is recommended.