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Parting Shot: Faces of the Hudson Eye | August 2021

Parting Shot: Faces of the Hudson Eye | August 2021

The Multidisciplinary Festival Returns August 27-September 6
Presented by the Jonah Bokaer Arts Foundation, the Hudson Eye Festival returns to the waterfront city for a week of programming in the arts from August 27 through September 6.

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Back in the Holler: Summer Hoot Returns to the Ashokan Center August 27-29

Last year the tradition of the Summer Hoot at the Ashokan Center was postponed due to COVID, but this August the three-day celebration of folk and family is back.

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Phoenicia International Festival of the Voice Returns to Parish Field

Back to the Garden, Errr, Town Park
In 2009, Phoenicia made history and put the small mountain town of 300 on the international music map with the first outdoor opera festival.

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Catskill Mountain Yoga Festival Debuts This Month at Plattekill Mountain

The one-day, family-friendly event features over 30 classes and workshops for all ages and abilities.
During the last year of the pandemic, many Hudson Valley and Catskills yoga enthusiasts discovered a love of practicing in the great outdoors. But the combo of movement and fresh mountain air was one that Delhi fitness instructor Raegan Reed had long ago realized was the perfect fit. Now, after years of dreaming and a pandemic-driven delay, she's finally realizing her dream of launching the Catskill Mountain Yoga Festival. The inaugural one-day event at Plattekill Mountain on Saturday, July 24 features over 30 indoor, outdoor, and mountaintop classes and workshops for all ages and abilities, as well as a farm-to-table dinner and concert.

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Celebrating Juneteenth 2021 in the Hudson Valley

Juneteenth marks the official end of slavery in America on June 19, 1865. Today, the holiday focuses on Black achievements and culture, recognition of inequality and systemic racism in the United States, and the ongoing fight for equal rights. 2021 brings an expanded list of ways to celebrate Black freedom and to reckon with the racial past and present of the United States.

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The Reher Center Holds Kingston's Ninth Annual Multicultural Festival

This June 13, 20, and 27, the Reher Center for Immigrant Culture and History hosts its ninth annual Kingston Multicultural Festival. Participants will be able to watch performances by dancers, musicians, and poets from diverse backgrounds in the TR Gallo Park gazebo. There will be pop-up eateries, each with their own informational posters about the history and culture of the food they’re making and serving. Central to this year's festival is the Worry Dolls Project, or "Proyecto Muñecas Quitapenas" in Spanish, a Guatemalan craft tradition brought to over 700 local Kingston students.

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Festival Season: 4 Upcoming Events at the Dutchess County Fairgrounds

After a nearly event-less summer last year, festivals, fairs, and shows are back in full force this summer.

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