New window on Thursday, and the chinoiserie chair and Zeus were sold on Saturday! Mark thinks Zeus has powers. I think he may be right. We’re open from 11-4 today, stop in and say hello to Mark and goodbye to Zeus!
Hello America ☺️ Der Roadtrip kann los gehen, die Abendstimmung am Hudson ist grossartig, von Sleepy Hollow aus sind in der Ferne noch die Wolkenkratzer von Manhattan zu sehen. Die Müdigkeit kommt, jetzt noch über die Cuomo Bridge danach ins Nest 😴 #roadtripusa#hudsonvalleyny#sunset_pics
We are so looking forward to this beautiful day to get started! Every year we go to at least one of of our local county fairs- we just love everything about them! The animals, the food, the people (when you live in a small town, you're bound to bump into someone you know)! There's lots of excitement around here this morning!🐄🐖🐏🐴🎠🎡🎪
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Sunday Specials !! Breakfast:
Bananas foster french toast
Chicken apple sausage
Here’s a little video about my August show at Art Juxtapose Gallery in Rosendale, New York. You can still go take a look Wednesday through Sunday 11 AM to 6 PM.
The next Art opening is September 7 at 5 PM. September theme is: “New York City Slicker Chicks”. Based on the book I wrote for my mom Maggie Haley. Who came from the Rocky Mountains of Colorado to the big city, New York City.
I’ve been living on the lower Eastside for 36 years in New York City. My life experiences as an artist, philosopher and observer can be seen in my illustrations. My watercolors often accompanies songs from my muse.
I hope you can take the trip to Rosendale New York Art Juxtapose Gallery is on Main Street. A very lovely little town in the Hudson Valley.
Did you catch any of our Live video of the NY Renaissance Faire? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
We’ve gotten a ton of messages asking where to by tickets and when the faire is.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Ask and you shall receive!! We put the link to the faire in our bio. We’ll also be adding more to our story tonight so stay tuned!!!! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
is September 21 and 22! Welcome Natalya Khorover Aikens! @artbynatalya
"Natalya’s art is an extension of her commitment to using recycled and repurposed materials, a lifelong advocacy. Her detailed works are nuanced and reimagined images inspired by the lines of the urban environment. A close examination of Natalya’s art reveals delightful and unexpected combinations of materials as diverse as vintage lace, plastic sheeting, and candy wrappers, layered and collaged with machine and hand stitching. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
For the last ten years, Natalya has been selected to exhibit in juried art shows throughout the United States, including the Diary Barn’s biennial Quilt National exhibition (2013 and 2017) and the 63rd Annual Art of the Northeast at the Silvermine Art Center in New Canaan, CT. Natalya has also showcased her works in juried art fairs such as The Other Art Fair in Brooklyn, NY and The Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show in Philadelphia, PA. The Visions Art Museum in San Diego included Natalya’s work in the exhibition, Breakout: Quilt Visions 2016."
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Late night food cart menu
Always have vegetarian and gluten free options
Everything under $10.00
New wing sauces🔥
Vegetarian \ Vegan street tacos
Beef street Tacos
Rice and Beans
Cheddar and Potato Pierogies
Sausage and peppers
Wings :Crack BBQ , Sweet BBQ , Candied Jalapeño
Beef And chorizo Empanadas
Mozzarella sticks with fresh sauce
Loaded Hot dogs
You see that picture above? That “Wild Walk” is what convinced us that a visit to the Wild Center in Tupper Lake NY was a “must-do” on our trip to the #Adirondacks this fall. Did we want to walk through the treetops? Yes. Hang out in an eagle’s nest overlooking the #Adirondack Mountains? Definitely. Crawl through a giant spider web? Ok, as long as there are no actual spiders involved.
#TheWildWalk is the newest addition to the Wild Center, a natural history museum with indoor exhibits and outdoor hiking trails. Opened in 2015, the Wild Walk spans 81 acres and offers a true bird’s eye view of the #treetops .Typically, when people talk about treetop courses, they are usually referring to an adventure course involving ziplines and precarious rope bridges. This is not what you will find on the Wild Walk. Instead, the Wild Center is a nature museum just where it should be — outdoors
Have you been to @walkwayoverthehudson yet? The worlds longest pedestrian walking bridge is located in #poughkeepsieny . Our favorite time of year to take this trip is in Oct-Nov when the trees are bursting with color, Ride the glass elevator up to the park or down to the Poughkeepsie waterfront and be treated to great views of the surrounding scenery and the structure of the bridge. The elevator is located at Upper Landing Park (83 N. Water Street, Poughkeepsie, NY), a short walk from the Poughkeepsie Train Station. While there is no vehicular parking at Upper Landing, parking can be found in the surrounding area.Although leashed pets are allowed on the Walkway, only service animals are permitted on the elevator. Bicycles are a great way to tour the walkway. So bring yours!
Want to make a day of it make a reservation at one of the @cianyrestaurants and have lunch or dinner here before or after your walk, the #CIA is only 10 minutes away.
Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park crosses the river atop the former Poughkeepsie-Highland Railroad Bridge. The first span erected between the Hudson River's mouth and the City of Albany, the Poughkeepsie-Highland Railroad Bridge was conceived in the late 1860s to connect Pennsylvania's coalfields with New England's industries. When originally opened in 1888, the 6,768-foot span was considered the world's longest bridge and an engineering marvel.
Please add your tips if you have been here. Where to grab a bite, best place to park or how to make a day of it.
#Corn Mazes Galore!!!That fall feeling is creeping into the Hudson Valley. Before you know it, the return of apple picking, and pumpkin spice will be here. In honor of the impending return of autumn, we rounded up the region’s coolest, creepiest, can’t miss corn mazes in the region. ●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●● 1.Barton Orchards @bartonorchards
63 Apple Tree Ln, Poughquag
Barton isn’t just a farm; it’s a destination. In addition to pick-your-own produce and barnyard animals, the farm also boasts a corn maze that changes in pattern and theme each year.
2.DuBois Farms @duboisfarms
209 Perkinsville Rd, Highland
You’ll feel like Pac Man as you wind around corners in the 2-acre corn maze. Once you make it out, keep those autumn vibes alive with a tractor-pulled wagon ride or a trip to visit the farm animals.
3.Goold Orchards @gooldorchards
1297 Brookview Station Rd, Castleton-on-Hudson
Take a drive to Castleton-on-Hudson on that first crisp weekend to wind your way through the Tetris-style maze
When you need one spot that will satisfy the entire family, Minard’s is the place to go. The all-in-one venue delights the young and the young at heart with barnyard football and baseball, a bounce pillow, a kid-sized spider web, pedal carts, and more.