Bring the kids to meet over 145 creatively renowned authors and illustrators, discover new ideas, and make a lasting connection with the love of reading. There is real magic in meeting the people behind the wonderful stories your kids love.
They will learn how their favorite authors create their books, take part in creative demos that will inspire ideas at every level, and discover new stories.
A virtual exploration of the delicious bounty of our region with the authors of "Bread & Beauty: A Year In Montgomery County's Agricultural Reserve." This free event includes a Q&A with the authors and a cooking demonstration with Chef Carolyn Crow.
On select days this summer, admission tickets to Storm King are free! Plan a visit with friends and family and spend the day viewing art in nature.
Tickets for Free Admission Days will be available to reserve one week in advance of the scheduled day. Advance tickets are required and entry will not be permitted without an advance, timed-entry reservation.
Enjoy this annual holiday celebration highlighting the music, customs, and crafts of an early French Colonial Christmas in Ste. Genevieve. The celebration, known as Le Reveillon, will feature costumed guides that will explain the early 19th century customs of Christmas. The event will also feature traditional foods of the period along with refreshments and traditional music.
Elevate your Sunday morning with Tune Your Ear to Nature and Live Music with Beginner’s Ear, an al fresco concert that tunes your ear to silence, nature, and music, leaving you feeling re-centered and inspired. Beginner’s Ear was created by Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim, a longtime classical music critic (contributing to The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times), in order to help audiences hear more and feel better. The 75-minute event begins with a short, guided meditation. Out of the resulting deep stillness, a half-hour performance of chamber music unfolds. A moderated question-and-answer time with participants and musicians closes the event. Audiences have called Beginner’s Ear a “transformative” and “cathartic” experience. With the stunning backdrop of Teatown Lake and its own deeply restorative world of sounds, this is sure to be a very special event.
Join us for stories and songs! Each Monday at 10:00AM Central we’ll be uploading a virtual version of one of our preschool storytimes to our Facebook page. Videos will only be available for a limited time, so be sure to check back weekly to catch the newest ones!
The WPPAC Conservatory is the region’s premiere theatre training organization. Our program changes and grows with each set of students. We engage youth in theatre training that empowers them to unleash their imaginations and access their own artistic expression and aesthetic development. We are both artistic and educational, holding ourselves and our students to high professional standards while providing them with the tools necessary to meet those standards. Shows produced with WPPAC’s Conservatory Theatre teach students that youth theatre has the power to be equally as professional and touching as productions put on by professionals and adults. The array of talented, creative and kind directors at WPPAC instill a unique stage confidence in students. Both students and directors agree that WPPAC kindles a very special environment which values ensemble and teamwork.
The Mid-Hudson Children's Museum is the ideal destination for families with children ages 0-6. We offer exhibits and educational programs that get kids moving, exploring, building, pretending, collaborating, creating and discovering.
Zoo, Native Animals, Museum,Wildlife center, Nature, Events, Activities, Programs, Outdoor fun. HOURS: 10AM - 4:30PM, 7 Days a Week. Be sure to plan ahead, our Bears and Beaver go into their dens at 4:00PM
Storm King Art Center is located on a pristine 500-acre landscape of fields, hills, and woodlands providing the setting for a collection of more than 100 carefully sited sculptures created by some of the most acclaimed artists of our time.
The CAC of HV offers photography and visual arts education classes for ages 7 to adult. Explore our classes, summer intensives, private lessons, workshops and photo walks: in-studio, on-location and within the historic GARNER Arts District.
Teatown Lake Reservation is a nonprofit, environmental organization with a nature preserve and education center located in Lower Hudson Valley. Teatown Lake Reservation’s mission is to inspire our community to lifelong environmental stewardship.