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Events in the Hudson Valley

FEAST FOR THE FEATHERED FRIENDS
January 19th: 10am-11am
Hudson Highlands Nature Museum

This is a great program for the whole family. Learn about helping birds in the winter and create a lovely environment for them in your own backyard. Admission Fee charged.

WINTER FUN DAY AT FREEDOM PARK
January 26th: 2pm-4pm
212 Skidmore Road, Pleasant Valley, NY

Marshmallows, Scavenger Hunt, Music, Crafts and More. Above all, if the weather cooperates, there will also be ice skating on the new rink! There will be a Community Bonfire to keep everyone toasty and warm.

READ MORE: The Best Thing You can do at the Hudson Valley Rail Trail Winter Fest!

HUDSON RIVER EAGLE FESTIVITIES
February 9th: 9am – 4pm
Boscobel – 1601 Route 9D, Garrison, NY
Croton Point Park – 1 Croton Point Ave, Croton-on-Hudson, NY

Teatown Lake Reservation hosts their yearly festivities honoring the Bald Eagle. Come watch as the Bald Eagle makes its Winter Migration. Croton Point Park will have children’s activities, food trucks and more. Admission Fee charged. 
Purchase tickets at: www.teatown.org

WINTER WEEKENDS AT STORM KING ART CENTER
January 19th & 20th: 11am-4pm
February 16th & 17th: 11am-4pm
March 16th & 17th: 11am-4pm

1 Museum Road, New Windsor, NY

Experience Storm King Art Center during the Winter. Weather permitting, portions of the grounds will be open to visitors with Tram service and food services. Admission Fee charged.

Although Storm King is closed during the Winter except for these specific days, you can access my list of Top 5 Places you Need to Visit this Winter in the Hudson Valley at the bottom of this post.

READ MORE: How to Have a Memorable Outing at Storm King Art Center

MAPLE SUGAR TOURS
Saturdays & Sundays: 11am-3pm
February 23rd & 24th; March 2nd, 3rd, 9th, 10th, 16th, & 17th

Hudson Highlands Nature Museum, Cornwall

Maple Sugar Season is a big deal around the Hudson Valley. Come learn all about the process and enjoy special crafts, games and story telling. Maple Sugar tours fill up quickly, so my advice is to buy tickets in advance.