Calendar of events


Thursday, April 22

Drop in Earth Day Celebration at Sam’s Point

10:00 AM
Join Sam’s Point staff in appreciating our Earth and learning how we can make our planet a better place. Drop-in to a staffed, education station to learn all about pollinator gardens, play a …

DIRT: Inside Landscapes

11:00 AM
DIRT: Inside Landscapes will be the base for artist Emilie Houssart’s explorations into how we relate to surrounding ecologies. Guest curated by Emilie Houssart, as part of the Dorsky …

Kathy Goodell:

11:00 AM
A survey exhibition of the artist Kathy Goodell, Infra-Loop explores through-lines in the artist’s work across painting, drawing, and sculpture, examining a mystic language that loops between …

Lewis Hine, Child Labor Investigator

11:00 AM
Using photography as a tool for social change, Lewis Hine’s (1874–1940) powerful photographs for the National Child Labor Commission proved the exploitation of young children working in unsafe …

Friday, April 23

Birding Basics at Gardiner Library

9:00 AM
Are you interested in birds or birdwatching? Join Nick Martin, Park Educator, in this first installment of a four-part series. During this program, we will take a walk on the trails near the library. Participants are encouraged to bring binoculars, …

DIRT: Inside Landscapes

11:00 AM
DIRT: Inside Landscapes will be the base for artist Emilie Houssart’s explorations into how we relate to surrounding ecologies. Guest curated by Emilie Houssart, as part of the Dorsky …

Kathy Goodell:

11:00 AM
A survey exhibition of the artist Kathy Goodell, Infra-Loop explores through-lines in the artist’s work across painting, drawing, and sculpture, examining a mystic language that loops between …

Lewis Hine, Child Labor Investigator

11:00 AM
Using photography as a tool for social change, Lewis Hine’s (1874–1940) powerful photographs for the National Child Labor Commission proved the exploitation of young children working in unsafe …

Three great landscape Art Exhibits

12:00 PM
See the works of Laura Martinez-Bianco, Robert Trondsen, and the Romantic Landscape juried exhibit exhibiting now at the Wallkill River School!

Visit the Museum

12:00 PM
Enjoy Hudson River maritime history on the Rondout in Kingston

David Jacobs-Strain & Bob Beach inConcert

7:00 PM
They’re a multigenerational, bi-coastal duo who come together for explosive concerts, currently between 70 and 100 per year on both east and west coasts - delighting and bewildering roots music lovers.

Walkway At Night

8:15 PM
On Friday, April 23, the Friends of the Walkway nonprofit organization is pleased to once again offer the opportunity to enjoy amazing Hudson Valley views after dark from 212 feet above the Hudson …

Saturday, April 24

Half Hull Carving Class

9:00 AM
Another exciting introductory woodworking class at the wooden boat school!

Rainbow Falls Footpath and Awosting Carriage Roads Hike at Minnewaska

9:00 AM
Join Nick Martin, Park Educator, on an approximately seven-mile exploration of Rainbow Falls Footpath and a few historic carriage roads in Minnewaska. Beginning on the Lower Awosting Carriage Road, …

Lichens of the Shawangunk Mountains at Sam’s Point

10:00 AM
Join lichen photographer and Department of Environmental Conservation Steward, John Franklin, for a walk and talk on lichens, those intrepid little organisms that we see growing on trees and rocks …

DIRT: Inside Landscapes

11:00 AM
DIRT: Inside Landscapes will be the base for artist Emilie Houssart’s explorations into how we relate to surrounding ecologies. Guest curated by Emilie Houssart, as part of the Dorsky …

Kathy Goodell:

11:00 AM
A survey exhibition of the artist Kathy Goodell, Infra-Loop explores through-lines in the artist’s work across painting, drawing, and sculpture, examining a mystic language that loops between …

Lewis Hine, Child Labor Investigator

11:00 AM
Using photography as a tool for social change, Lewis Hine’s (1874–1940) powerful photographs for the National Child Labor Commission proved the exploitation of young children working in unsafe …

Open House

11:00 AM
Cronomer Valley will be hosting an open house event outside in our parking lot. We will have all of our rigs on display, along with members demonstrating tools and equipment. Due to the circumstances …

Remains to Be Seen

11:00 AM
Wired Gallery is pleased to announce the next 1-Wall Show featuring photographs by Krumville-based renowned photojournalist Travis Fox. The show is on view from Saturday April 17 to Sunday May 2, …