Some people are of the belief that there is an ice cream season, but the fact of the matter is, ice cream tastes good all year no matter what the weather. Your topping choice might change based on the season or the temperature, but the love of eating ice cream knows no calendar boundaries.

One of my favorite places to grab ice cream is from Stewart's Shops. Their ice cream is fresh and full of flavor. I always say it tastes like real ice cream and the flavor selection is endless. Chances are, you know what I am talking about when it comes to Stewart's Ice Cream, but if you don't know, it's time to try it out. Stewart's Shops just announced a new ice cream special.

Kids in Uniforms get Ice Cream Discount at Hudson Valley Stewart's Shops

Just like ice cream, kids' sports and other activities that require them to wear a uniform are also a year-round treat. Many of our Hudson Valley youth have spent these last few cold winter months playing plenty of indoor sports.

Now that the weather is warming, we will be seeing more children's sports being out and about in our town and neighborhood fields. That also means more kids out and about in their uniforms. So Stewarts is ready to reward their hard work.

Stewarts Shops Sundae via Facebook
Stewarts Shops Sundae via Facebook

Stewart's Shops announced via a press release issued March 1, 2022, that they will be discounting things from their ice cream counter for kids in uniforms.

Stop into your local Stewart’s Shop after a sports game, an orchestra concert, a troop meeting, pick your favorite item from the cone counter and you’ll receive $1 off. (Stewart's via March 1, 2022 press release)

Hudson Valley Stewart's Shop will be giving any kid in any uniform $1 off their regular price ice cream including Milkshakes, Banana Splits, and even hand-pack pints. Brownie sundaes and cones are included too.

Stewart's Shops of the Hudson Valley

Not included in this deal but so worth mentioning are the amazing Stewart's Hot Dogs.

Stewarts Shops Uniforms via Facebook
Stewarts Shops Uniforms via Facebook

Do You Remember When This Place was an Ice Cream Parlor in Lagrangeville, NY

Hudson Valley Artist Home that once housed an Ice Cream Place

According to a source the property at 1820 Route 82 was once known as Pince Cones Ice Parlor. This property is now it is available for purchase but not as an ice cream store. Now it is a beautifully renovated residence that was last occupied by an owner who is a well-known artist, sculptor, painter, and animation designer. Wait until you see inside. Bring your ideas.

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