What’s Happening This Weekend in the Hudson Valley: Father’s Day Edition
It's Father's Day weekend and there's plenty of things to do throughout the Hudson Valley with your Dad, or with anyone else who's been like a father to you. We've only mentioned a few here, but there's links to find even more. Happy Father's Day!
Saturday, June 17; 9:45-5: 14th Annual Reading Festival at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum. 15 authors whose works either uses information found in the Roosevelt archives or focus on the Roosevelt era will be on hand for the day. There will a chance to not only hear from the authors but to also ask them questions as well. They will also hold book signings. To find other events going on in Dutchess County this weekend,click here.
Saturday, June 17; 1-2: Father's Day Storytime at the Liberty Free Library. Children ages pre-k through 3 can come and listen to stories about dads and make a gift for dad while they are there. To find other events going on in Sullivan County this weekend, click here.
Saturday, June 17; 10 am: Bike Tour at Kingston Point Park. It's a family-friendly ride where you can learn about local history such as the Roundout Lighthouse, steamboats, and the amusement park at Kingston Point Park. Fee is $10 to $20 and everyone is asked to meet at the Hudson River Maritime Museum. To find other events going on in Ulster County this weekend, click here.
Saturday, June 17 and Sunday, June 18; 11-4: Bring Dad to the Path Through History Weekend at Museum Village in Monroe. Stroll through the village with 20 exhibit buildings, talk with interpreters in period costume, and more. Fathers are free on Father's Day. For other events going on in Orange County this weekend,click here.