Events Calendar

January 26 / 11:00 am to March 29 / 3:00 pm

“The SOUK”, Piermont’s indoor/winter market and artisan bazaar, returns for its 7th season on January 19th and will run every Sunday from 11am to 3pm through March 29th. Check “The SOUK” Facebook page for updates, weekly specials and vendor line-ups.

Sundays (11am - 3pm).  January 19 - March 29 2020 at The OUTSIDE IN Gallery & Espresso Bar, 249 Ferdon Avenue, Piermont NY 10968

January 29 / 7:30 pm to March 1 / 2:00 pm
New Paltz

"Bo-Nita" opens at the DENIZEN Theatre on January 29th, 2020 after its award-winning run last fall at NYC United Solo Festival where it was awarded the Best in Storytelling. “Bo-Nita" is playwright Elizabeth Heffron’s tale of the dark young life of a spunky and undaunted 13-year-old girl played by acclaimed actor Terri Weagant and directed by Summer Wallace. "Bo-Nita," a show that demonstrates what it means to have hope and resilience, along with a great sense of humor.

February 5 / 3:00 pm to March 6 / 11:00 pm

Now through March 6 at LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester, LEGO-lovers can save $25 on Ultimate Annual Passes (which pay for themselves in two visits!) and enjoy a full year of events, including LEGO Trolls World Tour, DC Comics Super Heroes vs. Villains, Pirates Ahoy!, Brick or Treat and more.

March 13 / 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Join us at Soons Orchards, Friday, March 13th @ 6:00pm for 4 courses of food, fun & learning inside our store, transformed into a dining room for the evening!

April 1 / 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Cost: $10 per person

Come dance the night away at "Swing into Spring" with The Big Band Sound, a 20-piece jazz orchestra. This benefit concert and dance will support the work or your favorite nonprofit farm, Poughkeepsie Farm Project!

Come at 6:00 pm for a swing dance lesson for beginners, led by instructors from
Uptown Swing Kingston.

April 1 / 7:00 pm to May 3 / 7:00 pm

The DENIZEN Theatre presents the WORLD PREMIER of “IF I NEEDED SOMEONE” beginning April 1st and running through May 3rd, 2020. Written by Tony award nominated playwright, Neil Labute, “IF I NEEDED SOMEONE” is sure to wow audiences with its bold themes and controversial subject matter. Two young people meet at a party and decide to go back to the woman’s apartment to keep the night going. Both afraid to call it ‘a date,’ they drink beer and sit on the bed as they tip-toe around what they believe to be the new rules of engagement in the #METOO era.

April 4 / 12:00 pm to 4:30 pm

From the Tarrytown to Beacon, we’ve scoured the Hudson Valley for the craftiest & most delicious Bloody Marys. Tickets include Hudson Valley's best Bloody Marys made by local bars & restaurants, NYC bagel bar, food & drink tastes, one vote for The People's Choice Award, temp tattoos, photo ops and more.

April 18 / 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Chestnut Ridge

This workshop is for anyone who wants to start a vegetable garden, incorporating basic skills for new gardeners. Topics covered will include: planning the garden (what goes where and when), preparing the soil, fencing the garden, planting and raising seedlings, companion planting, making and using compost, and weeding and mulching. Participants will walk away with the information and hands-on experience they need to get started this spring in their own garden.

April 24 / 2:00 pm to 5:30 pm
Chestnut Ridge

Conscious Beekeeping: Introductory Workshop for Beginners

April 24 @ 2:00 PM - 5:30 PM


This half-day orientation for beginning beekeepers will cover: Basic biology of the honeybee colony; rhythms of the year and the beekeeper’s role in the life of the hive; a discussion of “alternative” hive styles; siting your hives; and the basics of working with bees.

Weather permitting, we will visit the Pfeiffer Center’s apiary, where we’ll open a hive and illuminate topics discussed in the classroom.

April 25 / 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Chestnut Ridge

Conscious Beekeeping: Practical Organic Approaches for Healthy Bees and Growing Apiaries

April 25 @ 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM


What can beekeepers do to help our bees thrive and flourish? Starting from a consideration of the honeybee colony from the biodynamic point of view, we will look at swarming as an expression of the bees’ vitality • healthy rhythms of life in the hive, and how to support them • learning to discern when to intervene and when to let your bees work out their problems on their own • working with top bar and Warré hives • the Varroa mite • and more.

May 9 / 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
Chestnut Ridge

Grow Your Apiary Naturally with Splits and Swarms

May 9 @ 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM


In this half-day workshop, Pfeiffer Center beekeeper Bill Day will present the biology of queen-rearing and swarming (the honeybee’s natural form of reproduction), and how to apply that knowledge to catching swarms and making your own splits. Weather permitting, much of the workshop will take place in the Pfeiffer Center garden, where Bill will demonstrate the techniques discussed in the classroom.

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