Weekend Event Highlights – September 18-20, 2015

Center for Metal Arts in Florida
The Center for Metal Arts in Florida is a participant in this year’s Open Studio Tour.

SAVE THE DATES

Saturdays and Sundays, October 10 through November 1
Open Studio Tour
Artists open their own studios throughout the county to show visitors how they create. Four weekends starting on October 10th take you to very different arts spaces from elegant to fanciful on Saturdays and Sundays.

845-469-9168, www.ocartscouncil.org
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Event Highlights of the Upcoming Weekend

Weekends through October ”“ Saturday & Sunday
Wright Family Farm Corn Maze and Fall Activities
Giant farm scene corn maze and free hayrides to the pumpkin patch. Sandbox filled with corn, pedal carts, and ponies for kids. Farm stand and gift shop. Sept 12-7pm. Oct 10am-7pm. Check website for flashlight nights. Wright Family Farm, Warwick.

845-986-1345, www.wrightfamilyfarm.com

Weekends through October ”“ Saturday & Sunday
Lainway Corn Maze
A 3+ acre corn maze and trivia game based on the movie “Crimson Peak” and a smaller corn maze based on “Minions” for children. Mazes, scenic hayrides, mini hay maze, pumpkins and more. 11am-6pm. Lainway Corn Maze, Westtown.

973-747-5347, 973-875-7824, www.facebook.com/lainwaycornmaze/info

September 19 – Saturday
Pine Bush Harvest Festival
With the glorious Shawangunk Mountains as a backdrop, it’s a day of entertainment for all ages with arts & crafts, a farmers market, live music, food, games, and more. 9am-3pm. Village of Pine Bush.

845-744-5856, www.pinebushharvestfestival.i8.com

September 19 – Saturday
Hamptonburgh Country Festival
A family fun day with free pumpkin painting, face painting, bounce house, children’s games. Music, food and craft vendors. Milking cow, 4-H animals, and much more. 10am-4pm. Hamptonburgh Town Park, Campbell Hall.

845 294-9016, dmjure33@frontiernet.net

September 19 – Saturday
Biodiversity Celebration
Celebrate New York State native animals and plants! Nature crafts, games and activities and a Biodiversity Parade! Meet at the Walt Whitman statue at 1pm. Visit the animals and museums and enjoy autumn. 11am-3pm. Trailside Museums and Zoo, Bear Mountain.

845-786-2701, www.trailsidezoo.org

September 19 – Saturday
Army Football
The Black Knights battle against Wake Forest. 12 noon. Michie Stadium, West Point.

845-938-2526, www.goarmysports.com

September 20 – Sunday
Cornwall Fall Festival
Live entertainment, delicious food, vendors, raffles and demonstrations. Bring the kids and enjoy music, inflatables, vendors, pumpkin painting, a hay maze, petting zoo, pony rides and more! Rain or shine. 10am-5pm. Main Street, Cornwall.

845-675-5014, www.cornwallchamber.org

September 20 ”“ Sunday
Hike the Doris Duke Trail
Newly completed, the loop has beautiful views of the New York City skyline. Learn how this trail was built as you take the 3.5 mile moderate hike. Pack a lunch. Call for location and start time. Sterling Forest, Tuxedo.

201-512-9348, ext 16, smason@nynjtc.org

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