Highlighted Things to Do In Kingston, NY for 4/27-5/2

Kingston Happenings Things to do

Narcan Training Event

Happy New Week, and almost New Month! Time flies when you’re having fun, especially while taking part in all of the Spring events and activities here in the Hudson Valley. Check out some of the fun events happening in and around Kingston NY this week. Plenty of exciting virtual and in person events to choose from no matter what the weather!


Join Senator Michelle Hinchey and SAMADHI, the community outreach group for an outdoor Narcan Training on Thursday, April 29th at 5:00 PM at Academy Green Park in Uptown Kingston. The training will be outdoors and participants will be expected to wear masks and maintain social distancing. It’s the UCSPCA’s annual ‘Garden Party & Flea Market!’ Find the perfect blooms for Mother’s Day, gorgeous flowers for your garden, hanging baskets and seedlings, and more! Flea Market includes items from their Happy Paws Thrift Store, there will also be additional vendors, raffles, and fun during this free event! Vendors, 50/50 raffle with a pot starting at $500, and more! In person event with limited number of participants allowed in the market and vendor area at one time.

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Livestreamed movie sponsored by Bardavon/UPAC

May 1st is Clean Sweep Day! Join in this city-wide effort to help clean up Kingston. Join local organizations including the Kingston Land Trust, Riverkeeper, the City of Kingston, and more for a socially-distanced effort to pick up the trash and beautify our community spaces! Super special this year- it’s Riverkeeper’s 10th Annual Riverkeeper Sweep, a great day of service for the Hudson River and its tributaries. Join the Kingston Land Trust at the Kingston Greenline’s Kingston Point Rail Trail to help start the clean up and make new friends! Keep an eye out for the other community businesses and organizations taking part in this effort, and join in any way you can. Remember, you don’t need a special holiday to help pick up trash and be mindful of your habits..


Check out ArtPort on the Rondout with their exhibition “Form or Function,” running April 24, 2021 until June 6, 2021. This show features artists Chuck von Schmidt, Karen Jaimes, Staveley Kuzmanov, Traci Johnson, Barbara Marks, Ellie Murphy, Courtney Puckett, Jim Osman, Rachel Urkowitz and Gabriele Hamill, Inna Babaeva, Clemens Kois, Sophie Kravits, Christina Kruse, Jeanne Atkin, Kathleen Vance, Erika DeVries, and Rodger Stevens. The exhibition “Form or Function” presents works that crosses over media and discipline exploring the relationship of objects in between contemporary art, design and craft. Schedule a Gallery Visit at the Lockwood Gallery and check out the new exhibition ‘CAPTURED SPACES,’ a multi-disciplinary visual discussion that explores how three abstract artists apply their individual perspectives to the shaping of spatial experiences that express the world without and the world within. CAPTURED SPACES is on view from April 24 – May 23! And, not to be missed-‘Psychic Self-Defense,’ a new work by process-based artist, Nina Isabelle opening Saturday May 1st at the Art/Life Institute in Kingston, NY!


Join Gus Mancini, The Sultan of Sonic Soul, and Rick Warren on Wednesday April 28, at 8PM for their musical live stream from Green Kill on Youtube. Also, plan your weekend with ‘Music on the Patio’ at Lydia’s Cafe in Stone Ridge with the Pete Levin Trio, check out David Kraai at Keegan Ales and enjoy some tunes by ‘Fresh Paint’ and great food from Dave’s Global Kitchen food truck at Grand Cru in Rhinebeck!


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SPCA Garden Party


Not to be missed is Bardavon Presents Virtual Cinema livestream: ‘Secret Impressionists.’ This film reveals the story of the art revolution sparked by the Impressionist movement of the late 1800s. The art-documentary unveils 50 previously unseen works by Impressionist masters Manet, Caillebotte, Renoir, Monet, Cézanne, Signac, Sisley, and Morisot. You can stream this on demand! Also not to be missed- the Rosendale Theatre will present an awesome online panel discussion surrounding a variety of topics related to the film ‘Awakenings,’ all to shed light on “Mysteries of the Brain: Role of Science, Humanism, and Curiosity” on Wednesday Night.

…The best part of this week’s happenings? Many of these events are Virtual so if you’re not feeling like venturing out just yet, there are still many fun and exciting happenings to take part in. Have a nice week no matter what you do!

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