Highlighted Things to Do This Fourth of July Week in Kingston, NY for 6/29-7/4
Welcome to the week before the biggest weekend of the Summer! Throughout the week you can find a ton of fun and interesting things to do including community events, activities for kids, tours, hikes, and live music to enjoy at cool outdoor venues. Events for the weekend are still coming in, but you’ve got a great selection to pick from already. Music, art, theater, and even some “Roller Disco” are on the docket along with some special Independence Day celebrations!
Here are some of our picks for ‘Things to Do’ during the week that we think you’ll find unique and exciting. Stay tuned for our next “Things To Do This Weekend” article to see our picks for the upcoming weekend!
YMCA, BIKE FRIENDLY KINGSTON – BIKE REPAIR CLINICS – Get your bike tuned up or get that flat fixed here at the ‘Y’ and get back on the road or trail to enjoy the rest of the summer.
Big Joe Fitz Live @ Keegan Ales – Need a boost to get over Hump Day? Check out Big Joe over at Keegan Ales with a cool, refreshing ale or two.
Colonial Game Days presented by the Ulster County Clerk’s Office – Here is some Colonial-themed fun the kiddos may get a get a kick out of over at the Matthewis Persen House, and you may too!
Speak to the Earth: Session 1- Shaupeneak Ridge – Sign up for this nice easy hike with a guide that will give you the scoop on the flora, fauna, and geology of the Hudson Valley!
Signs of the Times: The Modjeska Sign Studios – Signage is sometimes an overlooked art form but the Friends of Historic Kingston are presenting a unique exhibit that is sure to bring back memories to long-time residents of the area and pique the curiosity of others!
Boat Tour: Local Shipwrecks – The Rondout waterfront is rich in history and exploring it on a solar powered boat is a great way to discover it.
You can also find our complete event listing at https://kingstonhappenings.org/events/
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