4-H Fishing Clinic

Learn to Fish at the Putnam County Veterans Memorial Park. Members from the Oasis Sportsmens club will be on hand to teach Putnam County Youth ages 7-14 how to fish. All participants will receive a FREE Rod, Reel, Tackle Kit, Fishing Directory & Hat. Space is limited to 150 youth.

  • Saturday, June 6, 2020, 10:00 AM – 1:30 PM

Registration & Event Information:

  • Advanced ONLINE Registration required * Space is Limited & accepted through online Registration ONLY on a first come first serve basis.Click here to register
  • Check-in will be held from 10:00 am to 10:45am am ONLY. Availability of Rod & Fishing Gear not guaranteed after 10:45 am. Educational Program begins promptly at 11:00 am. WALK-INS not permitted.
  • Parents MUST REMAIN with their child for the duration of the event
  • This event is RAIN or SHINE
  • Registered youth will receive a reminder postcard 3 weeks before the event- you must confirm your attendance by email or phone by May 25 or your space will be given to those on the waiting list.
  • Please let us know if your child needs any special accommodations
  • Participants from previous 4-H Fishing Clinics are not eligible to attend

Co-sponsored by Cornell Cooperative Extension’s 4-H Youth Development Program & the Oasis Sportsmen’s Club with support from the Jack Stewart Jr. Memorial Fund.

Free Fishing Weekend

Mark Your Calendars: Free Fishing Weekend – February 15-16, 2020
Ice fishing is a great way to get outdoors during the winter months. February 15-16 is a Free Fishing Weekend, where anyone can fish New York’s waters without a fishing license. If you’re an experienced angler, consider introducing a friend or family member to the sport.

We encourage beginner ice anglers to download the Ice Fishing Chapter (PDF) of DEC’s I FISH NY Beginners’ Guide to Freshwater Fishing for information on how to get started ice fishing. You can find additional information, including a list of waters open to ice fishing, on DEC’s ice fishing web page.

Hudson Valley Retaurant Week

Hudson Valley Food & Wine Experience

Save the Date.

An Epicurean Extravaganza.

The finest food restaurateurs, artisans, wine makers and beverage distributors in the Hudson Valley come together to share their specialties and to support the mission of the Putnam/Westchester Women’s Resource Center.

Putnam County Heart Walk

he Putnam Heart Walk is a 3-mile non-competitive walk.

The event is held outdoors & will take place rain or shine!
(Please dress for the appropriate weather)

Dogs on leashes are welcome. There will be a welcome area for pets complete with treats and their own water station.

The event is in the upper parking lot in front of the school.

Green Chimneys at Clearpool Maple Sugaring & Pancake Breakfast

Our Maple Sugaring & Pancake Breakfast is an annual tradition, and you are invited to celebrate the end of winter’s chill by enjoying this sweet gift from the earth!

Enjoy the wintry beauty of the Green Chimneys Clearpool Campus, chock-full of native sugar maples and seasoned experts to show you exactly how it’s done. Visit our website to register: www.greenchimneys.org/maple

After your pancake breakfast in our sunny Dining Hall, take a short walk to the Sugar House to see first-hand the maple sugaring process of boiling down sap to make pure maple syrup. There will also be multiple hands-on demonstrations, guided hikes, carnival games, free crafts and more. Join us for a day of sweet memories and family fun for all ages.

Activity Schedule
– Pancake breakfast* ($8 per person, $5 under age 10) includes:
Regular, chocolate chip, and banana pancakes**
Scrambled eggs
Turkey sausage
Coffee, tea, and orange juice
*The last seating for breakfast is 12:30pm.
**Gluten-free pancakes as well as sugar-free syrup available upon request.
– Maple sugaring demonstrations in our very own sugar shack
– Camp tours and camp merchandise available
– Free crafts and activities for the kids

Breakfast and all activities are ongoing from 9am-1pm and at your leisure.

Colonial Kids at the Brewster Library

Colonial Kids Program at the Brewster Public Library
In this 3-day camp children ages 7-11 can make a different educational craft each day that teaches them about life during Colonial Times.

This is a joint program with the Southeast Museum but will take place at the Brewster Library

This program is part of Revisiting the Founding Era, a three-year national initiative of the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History presented in partnership with the American Library Association, and the National Constitution Center, with generous support from The National Endowment for the Humanities.

Arts on the Lake Feehan Jazz Series

Friday February 21
The Arts on the Lake Feehan Jazz Series moves to Friday nights with the Duo Tones-Bill Harris on sax and flute and Patti
Preiss-Harris on keys. The show starts at 7PM Tickets are $20($15 for Arts on the Lake members) artsonthelake.org

Hops on the Hudson NY Craft Beer Festival III

An all day festival!!! 50 plus NY Breweries, over 100 taps, live music, food trucks, majestic views, games, raffle and take Metro-North

About this Event

Hops on the Hudson is very proud to have 50 plus NY Breweries and Cideries pouring and talking beer and cider from over 100 Taps at our Hops on the Hudson NY Craft Beer Festival III on Saturday, June 27th in Cold Spring, NY. WE ARE METRO-NORTH FRIENDLY.

Each brewer will share 2 to 3 beers with our guests. From IPAs, to ales, to lagers, to sours, to stout and everything in between.

The brew-master and or owner will be behind the taps at this fest. The Brewers are our Rockstars!!

This is a 21 years of age and older festival. See rules below.

VIPs will be with us from 1 to 6 pm (Limited tickets)

GAs will be with us from 2 to 6 pm (Limited tickets)

DDs will be with us from 2 to 6pm (1 to 6pm if with a VIP guest)

Check out our website www.HopsontheHudson.com for the brewers who have agreed to pour so far!!!

Discount Promo codes are offered to our subscribers so we suggest you subscribe at our website

10th Annual Putnam County Wine & Food Fest

Enjoy the best wine and spirits New York has to offer, plus live music, chef demonstrations, and great food! Please join us at our 10th anniversary on August 8-9, 2020 for the cant-miss  tenth annual Putnam County Wine & Food Fest  at Mayor’s Park, 61 Fair Street, Cold Spring, NY.

Sample ciders, spirits or wines  from New York’s and beyond most renowned producers. And, if you like what you taste, purchase by a bottle to go or buy a case to enjoy your favorites all year long. Bring a blanket and lawn chairs and enjoy savory foods while rocking to the rhythmic sounds of live music. There will be arts and crafts, exhibits, and two full days of live entertainment – even for kids. So, bring the whole family and enjoy a day full of fun and entertainment!

Take Metro-North’s Hudson Line to Cold Spring Station.  Check schedules at mta.info.mnr. Venue is within walking distance from the station.  You can also take the trolley in Cold Spring and from Beacon to the venue.

This is an outdoor event and will be held rain or shine.  No Refunds.

So, come out and enjoy some late summer fun for the entire family!

For more information, contact, 845-842-0575, info@putnamcountywinefest.com and www.putnamcountywinefest.com