Putnam & Dutchess Weekly Events 7/15 – 7/20

Putnam & Dutchess Weekly Events 7/15 – 7/20

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Hi Apple Moms! The heat of summer has finally arrived! We caved the other night and put the air conditioners in the windows. I am more of an open window girl but it’s too hot now! We had a great time in Rhode Island last week and got to check out Mystic Aquarium on our way, so look for a review later this week!

Wednesday July 15th – Saturday July 18th

St. James Church, Carmel

Feast of Our Lady of the Lake Festival – Head over to meet some local vendors, have some tasty food and ride the carnival rides.

Wednesday July 15th

Kent Public Library, Kent

Make Your Own Minion – Make your own Minion out of cupcakes, icing and Twinkies. Lots of sugary fun!.  Starts at 3pm.

Friday July 17th

East Fishkill Recreation Park, East Fishkill

Concert Rendition 7 piece high-energy band. Music for all occasions; Pop, Country, Rock, Top 40.

Kent Public Library, Kent

Super Hero Movie – Despicable Me Starts at 1pm

Saturday July 18th

Kent Public Library, Kent

Big Truck & Community Vehicle Day – Get a chance to check out some big trucks.  Starts at 11am.

Millbrook Band Shell, Millbrook

Concert ‘An Eclectic Collaboration of the Best Local Talent’

Barton Orchards, Poughquag

Hudson Valley Cider Festival – Go experience various hard ciders, enjoy delicious food offerings prepared by top notch culinary chefs, and enjoy live music & entertainment! FAMILY FRIENDLY EVENT: While the area featuring the Hard Ciders remains a 21 & over area, Barton Orchards is open for the whole family to enjoy! During the event enjoy free hayrides, live music, farmers’ market with a full bakery, access to regular & food vendors, & petting zoo! If your guests want to accompany you in the Hard Cider area, there’s a $10 Designated Driver ticket.

Sunday July 19th

Old Stop & Shop, Hyde Park

Classic Car Show, Sidewalk and Street Fair.

Staatsburgh State Historic Site, Staatsburgh

“Skull & Bones” offers children ages 6-9 the chance to become detectives. Children examine animal skulls to learn clues that reveal if each animal was a predator or prey animal, and that show if it was an herbivore, a carnivore, or an omnivore.  The cost is $2. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 845-889-8851, extension 338.






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