Weekend Event Highlights 1-26-18

Event Highlights of the Upcoming Weekend

January 26 – Friday
Art Exhibit: White Out
Review and purchase art by the The Goshen Art League featuring snow, ice and all things wintry white exhibited weekdays through March 8, 2018 by appointment. Goshen Music Hall, Goshen. 9am-5pm.

January 27 – Saturday
Cornwall Winter Farmers Market
Shop for fresh, local, healthy and natural goods from a variety of vendors. Also, last Saturdays in Feb. and April. Munger Cottage (behind Cornwall Public Library), Cornwall. 10:30am-1:30pm.
845-534-2070, www.cornwallny.com

January 27-28 – Saturday & Sunday
Angry Orchard Wassail Tours
Join a special Wassail tour (ages 21+) through the orchard to help wake up the trees! Tours: 11:30 am, 12:30 pm, 1:30 pm and 2:30 pm. Space is limited. Purchase tickets in advance at www.eventbrite.com. 11am-6pm. Angry Orchard, Walden.
888-845-3311, www.angryorchard.com

Jan 27- Saturday
Westtown Brew Works “On Ice”
Live music, food trucks and local beverages at the 30’ ice bar. $5 admission per person. Advance purchase in the tasting room or by e-mail (for up to 6 people) to rich@westtownbrewworks.com. 12pm-7:30pm. Westtown Brew Works, Westtown.
845-381-3496, www.westtownbrewworks.com

Jan 27- Saturday
Opening Reception: The Road Home
Join artist Daniel Anselmi at this opening exhibit of artwork inspired by his love of nature. Refreshments served. Part of the Newburgh Last Saturdays monthly celebration of the arts, culture and community in historic downtown Newburgh. 3-7pm. Grit Works, Newburgh.
Facebook: Grit Works

Jan 28 – Sunday
Animal Tracks and Traces
Join a naturalist on a wintry walk to discover how to identify animal tracks and create a track shirt. Each person must bring a plain white pre-washed T-shirt. Ages 5+. 10-11am. Outdoor Discovery Center at Hudson Highlands Nature Museum, Cornwall.
845-534-5506, www.hhnm.org

Jan 28 – Sunday
History of the Sterling Mines
Power Point presentation by historian Doc Bayne. Hear the fascinating story of the mines in Sterling Forest State Park, the source of the ore used to make the “Great Chain” during the American Revolutionary War. Pre-registration required. 1-3pm. Sterling Forest State Park Visitor Center, Tuxedo.
845-351-5907, www.friendsofsterlingforest.org

Feb 11 – Sunday
Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella
Get tickets now for the Tony Award®- winning Broadway musical that’s delighting audiences with its contemporary take on the classic tale. This lush production features an incredible orchestra, jaw-dropping transformations and all the moments you love—the pumpkin, the glass slipper, the masked ball and more—plus some surprising new twists! 5pm. Eisenhower Hall Theatre, West Point.
845-938-4159, www.ikehall.com


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