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There is no better way to witness the scenic beauty of the Hudson Highlands than by booking a Pride of the Hudson river cruise. Also, available to charter for your special event, book today and enjoy a day to remember.
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360 Eagle Road, Newtown, PA 18940 MoreLess Info
The Newtown Grant Master Recreational Center is a recreational facility that is a part of the Newtown Grant Homeowners Association. The center features a pool, tennis and basketball courts, soccer fields, a baseball diamond, and a playground.
Stamford, Connecticut is home to Curtain Call, a non-profit community theater organization that produces plays and musicals. Curtain Call also holds summer workshops, music camps and other enriching activities throughout the year.
Most popularly known for a display by conceptual artist Walter De Maria, the Dia:Beacon art museum highlights unusual, avant garde artistry. The museum also features collections by Andy Warhol, Donald Judd and Richard Serra.
One of Beacon's more challenging hikes, the Mount Beacon Incline Railway offers breathtaking views of New York. The railway is a historical piece of the area, and once at the top of the summit, the flat land offers great areas for picnics and photography.
State Cinema is small 2 screen movie theater that shows first run films and features stadium seating with reclining seats. The theater originally opened in 1927 as the Springdale Theater and has operated as a movie house ever since.
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175 Ingleside Drive, Cedar Lodge Farms, Stamford, CT 6903 MoreLess Info
Discipline, knowledge, professionalism, and experience make Serenity Show Stables a world class equestrian establishment. Services include horseback riding lessons, horse sales and leasing, showing up to 2-3 times per month, and boarding.