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Happening on Thursday, November 18 from 7:30 PM
Organized by Hudson Roastery / 4 Park Place, Hudson, NY
Live Music at the Hudson Roastery
Enjoy music, wine and charcuterie at the Hudson Roastery! Nov 18: The Porch Duo— country crooners. Nov 19: Lily Konigsburg— singer, songwriter, poetess. Nov 20: Phil Roebuck, rockabilly troubadour.
Happening on Saturday, November 20 from 1:00 – 5:00 PM
Organized by Amelia Hudson / 339 Allen St, Hudson, NY
Amelia Hudson Holiday Market
Join Amelia Hudson for an open house and holiday market, with The Quiet Botanist, Hudson Wine Merchants, Talbott & Arding, and Unracked.
Happening on Saturday, November 20 from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Organized by FASNY Museum of Firefighting / 117 Harry Howard Avenue, Hudson, NY
Fire Truck Pinewood Derby
Perplexed by pumpers? Really confused about rescues? Come on November 20 at 10:30 am to play “The Wheel of Fire Trucks” game to help you learn about them all. Then pick your favorite truck to build and decorate, and send your racer down the track. Kids will be able to keep their racers, and everyone will get a winning medal. This program is suitable for children ages 5 and up.
Happening on Saturday, November 20 and Sunday, November 21 from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Organized by Homemade Hudson and held at Farmette Roquette / 17 Cemetery Rd, Germantown, NY
Markette Farmette: A Curated Holiday Market
Homemade Hudson is hosting a super special market at the Farmette the last two weekends in November! Join them and their friends Metal and Thread for antiques, tabletop, gifts, art, jewelry and of course food and wine! Come cozy around the fire pit with mulled cider, and s’mores for the kids.
Organized by D’Arcy Simpson Art Works / 409 Warren St, Hudson, NY
David McIntyre “Requiem for Silence” at D’Arcy Simpson Art Works
David McIntyre’s “Requiem for Silence,” is a series of mysterious and surrealistic photo montages; environmental narratives from the viewpoint of Nature Herself. These lush, ominous and deeply activist compositions serve as a beautiful but somber post-apocalyptic extension of The Hudson River School.
Happening Now until November 20 from 6:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Organized by Hudson Hall / 327 Warren St, Hudson, NY
A Love Supreme – Celebrating the Legacy of Alice & John Coltrane
Hudson Hall is proud to present A Love Supreme: Celebrating the Legacy of Alice & John Coltrane, a concert series honoring the enduring vision of two artists whose work, love, and influence symbolize artistic achievement and Black excellence.
Happening Now until November 21
Organized by Susan Eley Fine Art / 433 Warren St, Hudson, NY
Jim Denney’s “Bearing Witness” Solo Exhibition at Susan Eley Fine Art
To begin its fall 2021 season, Susan Eley Fine Art presents a solo exhibition of new and recent works by Jim Denney. Bearing Witness will be on view October 7 through November 21 at its Hudson gallery.
Happening Now until November 21 from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Organized by Carrie Haddad Gallery / 622 Warren St, Hudson, NY
Fragments of Time & Space at Carrie Haddad Gallery
The artists in this show react to constantly changing elements such as light and shadow, nature’s seasons, or height and depth perceptions. Open daily 11 am to 5 pm
Happening Now until November 21 (gallery open from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM Thursday-Sunday)
Organized by and held at Caldwell Gallery Hudson / 355 Warren Street, Hudson, NY
Nikolina Kovalenko “Utopian Reefscapes” at Caldwell Gallery Hudson
Caldwell Gallery Hudson is proud to present environmental artist Nikolina Kovalenko’s oil painting and NFT exhibit.
Happening on Saturday’s until November 20 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Organized by Hudson Farmer’s Market / 6th & Columbia St, Hudson, NY
Hudson Farmer’s Market
Columbia county’s largest farmers market, the Hudson Farmers Market, provides products and seasonal produce, from growers and producers for over 20 years.
Happening Now until December 5 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Tuesday-Friday and 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM Saturday & Sunday
Organized by Hudson Hall / 327 Warren St, Hudson, NY
On Lightness: Judah Catalan and Diane Townsend and Off the Wall: Margaret Saliske, Jean Feinberg, and Pamela J. Wallace
Hudson Hall invites viewers to leave their expectations behind and experience two exhibitions of Hudson Valley artists that challenge pre-conceived notions of space and perspective.
Happening Now until December 19 from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM Friday-Sunday
Organized by Tanja Grunert and held at Princess Beatrix House / 21 Prospect Ave, Hudson, NY
Tanja Grunert Presents: Katharine Umsted— Wish You Were Here and Ghost Boats
Tanja Grunert is excited to present, a one-person exhibition of the artist Katharine Umsted. The exhibition consists of two distinct bodies of work: Wish You Were Here and Ghost Boats.
Happening Now until January 9, 2022 from 11:30 AM to 5:00 PM Friday-Sunday
Organized by and held at Lightforms Art Center / 743 Columbia Street, Hudson, NY
Holding Light: Nature and Landscape Photography Exhibition
Holding Light is another “incarnation” of the dedication to light in art at Lightforms. Photography and poetry feed into each other’s expression where words trigger images of interweaving color and rhythms, where shimmering photography becomes a tumble of words in the wind. The artists in this show have cultivated a sense for the beyond in their nature photography and poetry, drawing on the spirit of place or the inner essence of plant, water, cloud and geological life, the signature of a landscape.