This Weekend’s Happenings in Kingston, NY

  Below is just a small sampling of all the events happening this weekend in and around Kingston NY. For more details, and plenty more great events, check out all of our Calendars below! Be sure to bookmark “Things to do Today,” to check back and see the full list of the area’s fun happenings, […]

Made in Kingston 2019: Seventh Annual Celebration of Kingston’s Maker Community

Local creatives and makers of all types will gather Thursday, December 5 from 3-8pm for an expo of all things made in the City of Kingston. This year, we’re heading Uptown to BSP, a historic former theater on Wall Street in the heart of the Stockade District. Made In Kingston is free and open to […]

CoWork Kingston: A Local Space Sharing Solution for Creatives, Entrepreneurs, and Small Businesses

Whether you work from home and would prefer to talk to someone other than your pets all day, or you’re a small business with employees you can count on two hands looking for a creative space, or a company that might be transitioning spaces, CoWork Kingston might just be the location solution you have been […]

Halloween Events in Kingston, NY….. Pas Deux

         

Doers and Dreamers – Lex Feldheim

On the third floor of Kingston’s Shirt Factory, is Lex Feldheim’s happy place. Light-drenched even on a cloudy day, Kingston Ceramics Studio provides a welcoming environment with an abundance of creative energy that is palpable upon entering. A former school teacher, Lex Feldheim made her stress-relief hobby into her full-time career and transitioned to a […]

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StockadeFaire: An Uptown Autumn Street Fair

Uptown businesses have come together to highlight Uptown’s thriving community and welcomes locals and visitors from afar to shop all the quaint shops, feast on culinary delights, and peruse the outdoor local makers market curated by Phoenicia flea. Heermance Farm from Tivoli, NY will be providing total fall vibes with a mini farm, including hay […]

Doers and Dreamers – Ian von Miller

Tucked away in Midtown Kingston is a modest, yet impressive woodworking workshop. The maker behind the magic at this studio is furniture maker and woodworker, Ian von Miller. An 18-year veteran in the trade, von Miller has mastered his craft through his studies of art, furniture making, and wooden boat building, as well as having […]

Hudson Valley History Repeats Itself with Imaginative Flair at Olde York Farm Distillery and Cooperage

By contributing writer: Veronica Fassbender While driving north through the Hudson Valley to Claverack from Kingston, one can be pleasantly surprised by the serene and relaxing environment. Right off Route 23, a meandering road with picturesque landscapes and intriguing architecture, sits Olde York Farm: distillery, cooperage and Bed & Breakfast. Olde York Farm is a […]

Doers and Dreamers – Karianna Haasch

A Packer’s fan in the “Land of Giants” might find it difficult to get traction as a business owner, but this artisan and entrepreneur is off to a great start right in the heart of Midtown Kingston. Meet Karianna Haasch and Local Artisan Bakery. The practice of utilizing locally sourced agricultural products is one many […]

Return of the Kalmar Nyckel

The Hudson River Maritime Museum is pleased to announce Kalmar Nyckel will be at the historic Rondout Waterfront from August 10 through August 14. The 141-foot reproduction of the 17th century Swedish explorer’s ship will be making her only stop in New York in Kingston from August 10 – 14. While in port, she will […]

Doers and Dreamers – Lydia Willoughby and Amber Billey

The dynamic duo behind the newly opened Sassafras Mercantile are doing their part to help project the image of Kingston as a community that wholeheartedly supports diversification.  Lydia and Billey have settled down in the Hudson Valley after living and studying all over the country. Sassafras Mercantile is a shop like no other in Kingston. […]

Pine Ridge Dude Ranch: The Short Road Back

It’s refreshing, to see a long-time Rondout Valley establishment rebranded and rejuvenated by someone with longstanding ties to it. The former Pinegrove Dude Ranch closed in 2017 with a unfortuitous end. Fortunately, a great group of people who had strong relationships (loyal guests) with the former Ranch stepped up after the doors closed to resurrect […]

2019 Fourth of July Happenings and More

Happy Fourth of July! It’s the biggest weekend of the summer, and you certainly don’t want to miss out on all of the fun activities that are happening over this long weekend. Everybody knows that Kingston has the best fireworks celebration in the area on the beautiful Rondout Waterfront, and you can get the details […]

New UCAT-City of Kingston Bus Routes

More information can be found on the Ulster County website here: https://ulstercountyny.gov/ucat/bus-schedules UCAT-Kingston Route Info as… by on Scribd