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Founded in 1987, The Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival is a festival with the goal of engaging the largest possible audience in a conversation about Shakespeare's plays. The festival shows Shakespearean plays including 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'.
Situated along the Hudson River, Little Stony Point Park provides beach access as well as clifftop views. The park features a one-mile loop trail that takes visitors along the shoreline and through wooded terrain.
Featuring 28 synthetic surface lanes, Pin Street at Warwick caters to both league bowlers and recreational open bowlers alike. The facility features a snack bar, lounge, and billiard area as well as a professionally staffed pro shop.
Carla Goldberg Studio Art features the works of Carla Goldberg, a mixed media fine artist who works with resins, acrylics, ground glass, enamel, and other materials and techniques. Studio visits are available by appointment.
Once home to a foundry that produced locomotives, West Point Foundry Preserve is now a nature preserve with several hiking trails that pass by historic structures. There is also a replica water wheel from the Industrial Revolution.
Located in Putnam County in Cold Spring, New York, the Putnam History Museum serves as a community resource to preserve the history of the county and the West Point Foundry. Visitors explore the area's history through events and displays.
A small family operation, Demarest Hill Winery, is an award-winning vineyard in the scenic Hudson Valley. In addition to wine, they have expanded their offering to include specialty liqueurs, brandies, and vinegars.
Dedicated as a park in 1923, High Point State Park is 1,803 feet above sea level and features High Point Monument to offer panoramic views. Trails are available for hiking and skiing while there are specific areas for camping and fishing.
A non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and sharing Georgian culture, the Dancing Crane Georgian Dance Theater teaches, demonstrates, and performs traditional Georgian dance. It offers classes in music and dance for children and adults.