Radio Woodstock Events
Taste of Woodstock
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
6:00pm - 9:00pmVillage Green - Woodstock, NYJoin Radio Woodstock 100.1 at the first annual Taste of Woodstock. Come and test your palate with the many different tastes that the Woodstock area has to offer. You will start out at the Woodstock Film Festival office with a glass of wine and then pick up a map of the participating eateries around town. After you've checked in and slipped on your wristband, stroll around town and take in as many of the food choices as your stomach will allow. Tickets prices are: *$50 before May 10 *$70 after May 10 *$80 Day of the Event Also, stop by the Radio Woodstock booth on the village green and enter to win great prizes!
Mountain Jam Pre-Party @ Mariner's Harbor
Thursday, May 23, 2013
7:00pm - 9:00pmMariner's Harbor - 1 Broadway Kingston, NY 12401Join Radio Woodstock 100.1 on Thursday, May 23th for a Mountain Jam Pre-Party! The party will start at 7pm with Goose Island Beer on the Tap. Make sure to stop by and enter to win because one lucky winner is going to walk out of there with tickets to the biggest outdoor party of the Hudson Valley. The Ninth Annual Mountain Jam, June 6th-9th will be featuring Phil Lesh & Friends, Widespread Panic, Govt' Mule, Primus, The Avett Brothers, The Lumineers, Dispatch, Michael Franti, Big Gigantic, Gary Clark Jr. and many more!
CCEUC Centennial Celebration
Saturday, June 1, 2013
9:00am - 4:00pmCCEUC - 232 Plaza Road in Kingston at the Kingston PlazaFestivities will begin at 9:00am with the annual Master Gardeners Great Plant Swap and Sale. Opening ceremonies for the Centennial Celebration will be at 11:00am, led by our guest speakers, Ulster County Executive, Mike Hein, City of Kingston Mayor, Shayne Gallo. Our guest host Emcee will be Ward Todd, President and CEO of the Ulster Regional Chamber of Commerce. Lots of great family activities are planned, including: · Live family entertainment by Rich Hines, Ratboy Jr., The Old Double E, Mister Kick · Centennial Birthday Cake · Art activities for the kids · 4-H Exhibits · Hula Hooping · Rocketry Demo · Furry Friends Exhibit · “Centennial” Yard Dash · Great Food · Art Exhibit “People, Places & Things in Ulster County” in the Education Center from 5:30pm to 7:30pm will feature Ulster County themed artwork from various local artists.
Shelter: A concert to benefit victims of domestic violence in the Hudson Valley
Sunday, June 2, 2013
7pmFisher Center, Bard College - Red Hook, NYSinger Natalie Merchant and the Kalmia String Quartet share the stage with local women singers Amy Helm, Simi Stone, Elizabeth Mitchell, and Yungchen Lhamo, united to draw attention to the grave problem of domestic violence in the Hudson Valley. This benefit concert will raise funds for for the Washbourne House of Ulster County and Grace Smith House of Dutchess County.
Ride the Ridge
Sunday, June 2, 2013
8:30amHigh Meadow School located at 3643 Main Street - Stone Ridge, NYOn Sunday, June 2, 2013 the High Meadow School, located in Stone Ridge, New York, will hold its 7th Annual Ride The Ridge Bike Challenge to raise funds to benefit the new High Meadow Performing Arts Center. Bicycling Magazine has identified Ride the Ridge to its nationwide readership as one of the best cycling events in the month of June! The Ride the Ridge Bike Challenge invites riders of all ages to participate in one of four road rides 50-mile Bud Clarke Memorial Shawangunk Ridge Ride 30-mile Countryside Ride 11-mile Intermediate Scenic Ride 5-mile Family Ride All bike routes go through Ulster County in the beautiful Hudson Valley beginning and ending at the High Meadow Performing Arts Center located on Rt. 209 in Stone Ridge, New York.
Sunday, June 9, 2013
Noon - 5:00pmRiverfront Park - Beacon, NYOn Sunday, June 9th, 2013 the Beacon Sloop Club will hold the annual Strawberry Festival from 12 noon to 5 pm at Riverfront Park (rain or shine). Strawberry shortcake, a homemade treat with fresh berries, real whipped cream and hot biscuits, chocolate strawberries, and strawberry smoothies. Music powered by the club's solar panel trailer, Dan Einbender and the Rivertown Kids, Emily Hurd, Smith & Driscoll, Willow Blue (Heather Vacarr) Jim Connor, April Mae & the June Bugs, Pat Lamanna. Free public sails on the Woody Guthrie of 45 minutes throughout the festival. The children's area includes many free activities, games and childrens music stage. Judy Kropf, Hoops by Judy, will is teach free hooping to all ages. Hoops will be available to use for free, and there will be some available for purchase. Beacon’s own Ms. Vickie Raabin will provide crafts for all ages. Family friendly festival. No admission.