It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Check out the top 10 winter holiday events in the Hudson Valley: 1.Basilica Farm & Flea Holiday Market, Hudson, NY Friday, November 29 – Sunday, December 1 The Basilica Farm & Flea Holiday Market is inspired by the abundance of passionate and talented farmers, collectors, and artisans…

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Albany is the host city for the inaugural edition of the Aurora Games, a six-day event celebrating the best in women’s sports, entertainment and culture by welcoming all-star athletes from more than 15 countries. A first of its kind sports and entertainment festival featuring world class competition in women’s tennis, gymnastics, basketball, figure skating, ice…

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Amazing airstreams, glorious glamping, haunted inns, camping with wolves—the Hudson Valley is full of dreamy, one-of-a-kind places to lay your head. Peruse this list, and perhaps you’ll discover an invigorating new way to recharge. Hotel Caravana, Amenia A time traveler’s dream—this decked-out, vintage airstream camper at Hotel Caravana is calling you to take a break…

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Get into the spirit at one of these winter holiday events – Santa may even make a guest appearance! 1. Celebration of Lights Parade & Fireworks Poughkeepsie, NY In conjunction with the historic Bardavon theater, the City of Poughkeepsie hosts a spectacular event on Friday November 30,…

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Lace up your best walking shoes and gather at the Albany Heritage Area Visitors Center to embark on a chilling afternoon of Haunted History. Brave guests will be guided along Albany’s downtown streets to unearth the capital city’s storied past. Learn about the spirits of Legs Diamond, Boz the Baker and even Abraham Lincoln, all…

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LarkFEST is Upstate NY’s largest one-day street festival. The event features hundreds of vendors and two stages of music with both local and national headlining musical acts. Lark street will be filled with local artisans, food and drink stands and fun for the whole family! With an estimated 50,000 people descending upon Lark Street, this…

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