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Popular Hudson Valley Spring Events | Spring 2020

Gazebo at Mesier Park in Wappingers Falls, NY
Hudson Valley Events Calendar

[Updated 2/12/2020]

Spring has finally Sprung! And that means that my Events Calendar is FULL of Popular Hudson Valley Spring Events that will be sure to fill every weekend of your personal calendar.

With the warmer weather upon us, not only do some animals awake from their winter slumber, but many locations in the Hudson Valley open for the Season.

I have done you the favor of combing through Facebook and have had my browser full of open tabs in order to provide you all with a comprehensive list of popular events. Take a look at what I’ve found!

 Hudson Valley Spring events happen everywhere in the Hudson Valley

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Popular Events Happening this March

Celebration of Spring

March 21st
Trailside Museum, Cross River

Let’s celebrate the coming of spring! Together we will explore the science of spring and learn about the changing seasons through storytelling and crafts.

Map Adventures

March 21st
Trailside Museum, Cross River

Could you find your way by just using a map and compass? Our map adventure program will teach you the skills needed to traverse the park. For adults and children ages 6 and up with a parent/guardian.

Pancake Brunch

March 21st
Teatown Lake Reservation

Bring your appetite for our tastiest annual tradition—the Pancake Brunch. Start your day off with stacks of hotcakes and maple syrup, hot coffee, sausages and more. Then visit Warren’s Sugar House to watch a demonstration about how our ‘liquid gold’ is produced. For everyone.

Wallkill St. Patrick’s Day Parade

March 22nd
Wallkill, NY

Come out and support HSW in the 35th annual Wallkill St. Patrick’s Day Parade!

Maple Weekends

Starting March 22nd
Soukup Farms, Dover Plains

Maple Weekend is here again!! Stop by our sugarhouse for a maple-themed brunch, maple tours, and maple syrup tasting. Learn how pure maple syrup is made at our 3rd generation family farm.

Fourth Friday at the HRM!

March 27th
Hudson River Museum

HRM lights up the night after hours with all it has to offer: our special exhibitions and permanent collection, Glenview historic home, with a cash bar and music in the lobby. Pay what you wish.

Hudson Valley Farm & Flea

March 28th
Motorcyclepdia Museum, Newburgh

Makers. Music. Vintage. Farmers $5 entrance fee Bring the family and friends. Children under 12 free! Explore the best of what our Hudson Valley makers, farmers, vintage collectors and innovators have to offer!

Colored Eggs at a vendors booth at the Hudson Valley Farm and Flea in Newburgh, NY
Hudson Valley Farm & Flea Event

Harlem Valley Spring Farm Days

March 28th & March 29th
Harlem Valley Farm & Food Alliance, Millbrook

Help us welcome SPRING to the Harlem Valley for this weekend of on the farm fun! Experience the joys of spring on the farm on March 28th and 29th. Make it a weekend and visit all of our farms to enjoy the best of the area’s local agriculture. Meet your farmers, tour their farms and relish the connection between open space and local foods.

A Cup of the Valley

March 29th
The Culinary Institute of America, Hyde Park

A Coffee & Tea Festival

Popular Events Happening this April


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100.7 WHUD’s Family Fun Festival

April 4th
Pace University – Pleasantville Campus

Come out and spend a fun-filled day with your family at Westchester’s largest FREE kids event!

Spring Ritual with Music & Dance

April 4th
Opus 40, Saugerties

A celebration of spring, inspired by Eastern European Kukeri festivals, with Matt Schreiber and Processional Arts Workshop joining forces to lead an afternoon processional featuring costume, music, dance and high-spirited wandering on the Opus 40 trails.

Painted Easter Eggs in a wicker basket on grass.
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Egg Hunt

April 4th
Beekman Recreation & Parks, Hopewell Junction

Wristbands are needed for Town sponsored attractions. Wrist bands ordered after Thurs. 4/2/20 can be picked up at “Will Call” at the Concession Window in Rec Park beginning 12:30 Day of the Event.

Spring sunshine and flowers. Spring time is the best time to do outdoor events.
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Stormville Flea Market

April 25th & April 26th
Stormville Airport

The Stormville Flea Market & Antique Show features more than 600 vendors from more than 8 states. People come to the Stormville Flea Market and discover everything from antiques and collectibles; arts and crafts to new merchandise. Shoppers return to us year after year with some traveling over a hundred miles, often by the busload, to pursue the hunt for bargains.

Hudson Valley Mac & Cheese Festival 5

April 25th
Brotherhood Winery, Washingtonville

It’s our 5th year anniversary and we’re going Big!Come join us at America’s Oldest Winery as we tease you with 20 plus of the best Mac + Cheese makers in NY and 45 plus flavors Do Battle for Bragging & Trophy rights to the Best Mac in the land!Sample your away around Mac + CheeseVille!Tickets Are now on sale and flying!

Visiting the Alpacas at Lilymoore Farm is on top of the list of Popular things to do in the Hudson Valley this Spring
A reptile on a branch. Many more reptiles can be seen at the Reptile Expo at the County Center in White Plains.
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Twice a year, Mount Gulian in Beacon hosts a Children’s Tea that includes delicious sandwiches, tea, dessert and the opportunity to make a craft. This is a popular Hudson Valley Spring Event and usually sells out!

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Spring Tea at Historic Mount Gulian Historic Site


Painted Easter Eggs in a nest.
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Popular Events Happening this May

I Love My Park Day

May 2nd
Stonykill Farm

A NYSDEC, Parks and Trails event.

Community Day at Opus 40

May 16th
Opus 40, Saugerties

Free Community Day Fair at Opus 40, with the Hudson Valley’s party brass band Brasskill, The Rock Academy, Lucky’s Tiny Carnival, and more!

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Popular Hudson Valley Spring Events in June

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  • Plan ahead, but not too far in advance, as the weather can change quickly
  • Rely on local weather sites, like Hudson Valley Weather.com for accurate weather forecasts
  • Buy tickets in advance, as many of these popular events sell out quickly.
  • Come back to this post, as I continue to add events as I find them online.
  • Don’t forget that sites like Groupon also have great things listed all the time! (affiliate link)


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Jackie is the HV blogger behind Hudson Valley Exposed, featuring the hottest things to do, places to see and weekend getaways. Get information from a local who is seeing it all! She lives in the Mid-Hudson Valley Region with her hubby, kids, and doggies.

2 Comments

  • David Johnson
    May 6, 2019 at 3:41 PM

    I thought the Woodstock event with face painting, interactive musical performances, and a magic show sounds really fun. Personally, I would like to learn more about Hudson Valley and the events and local places to eat available all year long. I’ll have to look more into what the Hudson Valley has to offer.

    Reply
    • Jackie
      May 6, 2019 at 3:56 PM

      Thanks for the comment.
      I don’t include places to eat because there are at least two other websites that do a great job providing helpful information.
      My favorite is: Hudsonvalleyeats.com
      Check them out if you’re interested in finding local places to eat.
      I can definitely work on a post about things happening all year long and not just during specific season. I will keep it in mind!

      Reply

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