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Of Objects and Shadows / De Objetos y Sombras

CPW Gallery 474 Broadway, Kingston

Celebrating the beginning of Latinx Heritage Month in the United States, The Center for Photography at Woodstock (CPW) is pleased to present Of Objects and Shadows/ De Objetos y Sombras, a group exhibition of Latinx artists living and working upstate, including recent and former participants of the CPW artist-in-residence program. Curated by Qiana Mestrich.

Free

Harriet Tubman: Journey To Freedom Statue

Ulster County Office Building 244 Fair Street, Kingston, NY

Harriet Tubman: Journey to Freedom Arrival Celebration. The nationally touring sculpture will reside in Kingston at the Ulster County Building through January 2, 2023. For more information 800-342-5826 visitulstercountyny.com

Free

Sparkle and Shine

The Hamlet of Wallkill will be celebrating the holiday season throughout December. From now until December 7, all residents are encouraged to decorate their homes and business, front yards and sidewalks for this year’s Sparkle & Shine Contest. Make the town bright and beautiful by decorating it with lights, inflatables, and any type of flair. […]

Free

Bruschi Christmas

Bruschi Family 5 Madre DeCristo Road, Wallkill, NY

An animated holiday light display. More than 15,000 lights, many blow-molds, inflatables, several hand-made elements...and growing each year.

Free

10th Made in Kingston

YMCA of Kingston & Ulster County 507 Broadway, Kingston

Expo of all things made in Kingston, at the YMCA in Midtown, the city’s up-and-coming arts district. Open to the public. In addition to more than four dozen local artists, the evening will feature local food and beverages. Registration for this event closes November 5th, 2022.

Free

The SUNY Ulster Music Department presents the 2022 Fall Semester Concert Series

SUNY Ulster Main Campus 491 Cottekill Rd, Stone Ridge

The holiday spirit continues with the second half of the SUNY Ulster Music Departments Fall Semester Concert Series. Holiday music from around the world is featured in this performance including Dance of the Sugar-Plum Fairy, Gavotte en Rondeau, and Cantate Domino. This event is free and open to the public, tickets are not required. COVID-19 […]

Free
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“World War II Radio Christmas”

Phoenicia Playhouse 10 Church Street, Phoenicia, NY

TroupEnigma’s production of “World War II Radio Christmas” by Pat Kruis Tellinghusen. This holiday show recreates the experience of attending a recording of a 1940s radio show. Military veterans will be admitted free.

Free – $20
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A Frosty Fest

Headless Horseman Haunted Attractions 778 Broadway, Route 9W, Ulster Park, NY

Opening Night – November 25, 2022 Be Part of the Experience Holiday Nights – Spectacular Lights Over One Million Lights North Pole with Santa Mr. & Mrs. Frosty will greet you More than a Drive-Thru Experience in the Comfort of Your Own Vehicle. Park, come into the Midway, and dance with the Characters Attractions: Bubbles […]

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The Polar Express – Catskill Mountain Railroad

Catskill Mountain Railroad 55 Kingston Plaza Road, Kingston, NY

Set to the sounds of the motion picture, passengers will relive the classic story as they are whisked away on THE POLAR EXPRESS™ for a magical trip to the North Pole. Guests will enjoy hot chocolate and a delicious cookie by our dancing chefs. Once at The North Pole, Santa and his Elves board the […]

$32 – $51
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Braiding Breads & Traditions

Reher Center 101 Broadway, Kingston, NY

The transformed Reher Center unveils a new exhibition that celebrates multicultural bread and wisdom. Featuring mouthwatering visuals by food photographer Aaron Rezny, visitors and passersby can learn about distinct breads and the cultures they represent. From Filipino Ensaymada and Guatemalan Pan Dulce to Rondout Rolls and Traditional Challah - there are delectable offerings for all.

Free
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LUMAGICA at Stone Ridge Orchard Debuts Dazzling Winter Garden

Stone RIdge Orchard 3012 NY-213, Stone Ridge, NY

Join us to create new traditions and lasting memories. Guests will be treated to a spectacular light show, timed to music and featuring over a half-million lights including shooting stars, giant whimsical creatures, and breathtaking surprises. More than 500,000 LED lights illuminate sculptures, holiday decorations and tunnels creating a holiday experience for young and old.

Free – $31

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