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Historic Huguenot StreetNew Paltz, NY (June 13, 2024) – As part of the organization’s commitment to telling the stories of the marginalized inhabitants of Historic Huguenot Street (HHS), the museum has partnered with the Witness Stones Project, Inc. (WSP), based in Connecticut. Similar to the German Stolpersteine Project that commemorates victims of the Nazis, the WSP works to restore the history of enslaved individuals who helped build this country, and honor their humanity.

OlanaHudson, NY - The Olana Partnership will hold its monthly FREE Third Thursday on June 20th from 12:30 pm to 7:00 pm at Olana State Historic Site. Olana Third Thursdays are monthly community days of free tours and programs for all ages. Beginning in June, each Third Thursday will feature an outdoor musical performance in addition to monthly free tours, programs, and extended evening hours.

Hudson, NY – Neverstill Wines, a trailblazing venture led by an all-female team, proudly announces its emergence into New York's Finger Lakes wine scene with its June 2024 inaugural releases: a crisp Chenin Blanc and captivating Riesling, poised to ignite interest in New York wine. 

Orange County TourismMedia Invited

Orange County, N.Y. -- Orange County Tourism & Film is rebranding! The tourism team will unveil a lively new logo and slogan – and will introduce a friendly, loveable mascot! Dignitaries will be on hand to introduce the new, colorful logo that captures Orange County’s proud agricultural heritage, small-town charm and cultural sites. The new branding celebrates a county jam-packed with activities, family-friendly destinations, farm-to-table restaurants and fabulous accommodations just 50 miles north of New York City.

NYS Parks Recreation and Historic Preservation 100Redefining the Family: The Livingstons and the Institution of Slavery in Early America will be on view at Clermont State Historic Site from June 23, 2024–June 22, 2025.

Germantown, NY – On Sunday, June 23, 2024, Clermont State Historic Site will open its newest exhibition Redefining The Family: The Livingstons and the Institution of Slavery in Early America. Drawn from research completed by Livingston descendant, Pennsylvania State Representative Christopher Rabb, the exhibition explores the life of Rabb’s great-great-great-grandmother Christiana Taylor Livingston Williams Freeman (1812-1909)– who was born to a Black enslaved mother and her enslaver, a White Livingston– and Rabb’s journey validating his family’s oral history about his lineage.

Hudson River Museum - June 2024 ProgramsYonkers, NY (May 30, 2024) — The Hudson River Museum presents two inspired exhibitions opening Friday, June 7 that celebrate new and ongoing relationships with local communities and artists. Neighboring Visions: Westchester Artists Then and Now pairs historical landscape and figurative paintings on loan from the Bronxville Historical Conservancy with contemporary works created by Westchester-based artists. Red Grooms: Drawing "The Bookstore” features never-before-seen preparatory drawings to celebrate the 45th anniversary of this beloved installation, commissioned by the Museum.

Staatsburgh Guided WalksStaatsburg, N.Y.  (5/28/24) — This summer, Staatsburgh State Historic Site is offering free guided landscape walks on the Gilded Age estate’s beautiful grounds overlooking the Hudson River. The program, entitled “What You See… and What You Don’t See,” shows how Staatsburgh’s landscape architect designed a glorious setting that showcased the good life in the Gilded Age, while deliberately using landscape elements to hide the technology and labor that made a turn-of-the-century estate run.

NYS Parks Recreation Historic PreservationBear Mountain, NY (May 24, 2024) – Ten months after the historic storm that led to its closure, the Appalachian Trail at Bear Mountain State Park will reopen for Memorial Day weekend 2024. Additionally, the previously closed sections of the Major Welch and Suffern – Bear Mountain trails will also open to hikers.

We Are NYHudson Link Buses Transport Thousands of Pedestrians and Bicyclists to Popular Shared-Use Path Each Year

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced that Hudson Link's free weekend shuttle bus servicing the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge shared-use path will restart service this Saturday, May 25, and continue every weekend through Sunday, October 27. Pedestrians and cyclists will once again be able to use this easy and convenient service to access one of the longest and most scenic shared-use paths in the country. The shuttle service will operate from select locations in Westchester and Rockland counties and transport passengers to the path’s landing sites on either side of the Hudson River.

Bug hunt by Kait FraineCornwall, N.Y. – As the warm sun graces the Hudson Highlands, the Hudson Highlands Nature Center invites you to a season of adventure, discovery, and outdoor education. Whether you’re a curious child, a budding naturalist, or simply someone who loves the great outdoors, the center’s diverse programs and events promise something for everyone.

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