Putnam & Dutchess Weekly Events 10/23 – 10/28

Putnam & Dutchess Weekly Events 10/23 – 10/28
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Ugh the annual almost winter cold has hit our house! Fingers crossed we are all better for the weekend because there is some GREAT stuff going on! As long as your family is feeling good make sure to check out our local offerings!

Friday October 23rd

Historical Mill Site, Putnam Valley

Pumpkin Walk – Come see carved pumpkins light up the night all through the Mill Site. Bring your own carved pumpkins on Oct.22nd, 5:30pm – 7pm to be added to the display. Lights will be provided to light up the pumpkins.

Mid Hudson Children’s Museum, Poughkeepsie

Halloween Spooktacular – We’re having a party and you’re in for a (not-so-scary) scare! Our treats will delight you, be there if you dare! Costumes encouraged for children and adults! Refreshments will be served. Art activities, a costume parade and of course…trick-or treating!  Members: $8 per person and Non Members: $12 per person (includes museum admission).

Tymor Park, Lagrangeville

Halloween Party & Haunted House – The main hall at Tymor Park will be set up with games and activities for all of our little ghosts and goblins to enjoy in a non-scary environment.For those who dare to enter the haunted house, there will be horrifying monsters around every corner.The theme for the 2015 haunted house will be Classic Monsters

Saturday October 24th

Christ Church, Pawling

Great Swamp Celebration – Features family-friendly educational programs, exhibits and presentations. You will be able to find where you live in the Great Swamp watershed, as well as compare your ‘wingspan’ with birds that live here. The fireplace room will feature informative presentations about the Great Swamp, our interesting turtles, and pointers for art and photography in the Swamp.

Harvest Moon Orchard, Brewster

Fall Festival – Festival activities include hayride around the farm, face painting, bouncy castle, pony rides, pumpkin patch, farm animals, smoked turkey legs, pumpkin cheesecake, wood fired oven pizza, apple picking, wood fired oven pizza, BBQ, cider doughnuts, fudge and more!

Historical Mill Site, Putnam Valley

Pumpkin Walk – Come see carved pumpkins light up the night all through the Mill Site. Bring your own carved pumpkins on Oct.22nd, 5:30pm – 7pm to be added to the display. Lights will be provided to light up the pumpkins.

Thomas Boyce Park, Dover

Halloween Blast – Join us for a costume contest, trunk or treat, crafts and more!

Barnes & Noble, Poughkeepsie

Halloween Storytime- Will the barnyard animals trick or treat Farmer Brown? Find out in this Halloween tale from the #1 New York Times bestselling creators of Click, Clack, Moo. Activities and fun to follow. Sign-up in store or by calling 845.485.2224.

Sunday October 25th

Christ Church, Pawling

Great Swamp Celebration – Features family-friendly educational programs, exhibits and presentations. You will be able to find where you live in the Great Swamp watershed, as well as compare your ‘wingspan’ with birds that live here. The fireplace room will feature informative presentations about the Great Swamp, our interesting turtles, and pointers for art and photography in the Swamp.

Harvest Moon Orchard, Brewster

Fall Festival – Festival activities include hayride around the farm, face painting, bouncy castle, pony rides, pumpkin patch, farm animals, smoked turkey legs, pumpkin cheesecake, wood fired oven pizza, apple picking, wood fired oven pizza, BBQ, cider doughnuts, fudge and more!

Ryan’s Field, Kent

Spookeree Parade – Bring your costumed kids to march around and hang out on the playground!  1 to 3pm

Tuesday October 27th

Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum, Poughkeepsie

ABC 123 Monster Books & Letters – The wooly, whimsical, wild, Wubbayou will teach us about his favorite letter and together we will read monster stories and invent our own letter monster finger puppets. Beware! Each letter monster we create will make its alphabet monster sound.

Wednesday October 28th

Mid Hudson Children’s Museum, Poughkeepsie

Making Masterpieces – Dia De Los Muertos, Day of the Dead, is a popular holiday celebrated in Mexico and around the world on November 1. Children will learn about the holiday and decorate their own traditional sugar skull. NOTE: Pre-registration for this program is required.  $5 per child with museum admission.

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