10 Things to do in June
Shakti – The Yoga of Dance
On Saturday, June 7 from 6:30 – 8:30 pm, Bodhi Holistic Spa & Yoga presents at the Root of Your Sacredness Workshop. Shakti Dance is the ‘yoga of dance’ – the conscious practise of dance, infused with the wisdom of yoga to develop awareness and understanding of body, mind and emotions. With a unique and harmonious blend of flowing asanas and various styles of dance, Shakti Dance works energetically to develop the art of intuitive and free movement through a state of mystic, meditative union. Gently opening the pranic current (life force), the body and mind are able to surrender and merge with the intelligent, creative flow of Shakti, giving life to a sacred dance form. Cost is $20. For more information visit www.bodhiholisticspa.com.
See a Musical
On The Two of Us Productions presents the sweeping drama of Les Miserables from June 6 through June 15 at the Performing Arts Center at Taconic Hills School. Les Miserables is an epic tale of broken dreams, passion and redemption against a nation seething with revolution. For more information or to purchase tickets visit www.thetwoofusproductions.org.
Attend a Reading
Barbara Reina reads from “Two Husbands–One Wife” at Chatham Bookstore on Saturday, June 7. Barbara Reina will read from her science fiction romance novel, “Two Husbands–One Wife,” on Saturday, June 7, from 5 to 7 p.m. A conversation with Thomas Chulak from the bookstore and Q and A will follow a brief reading. Live at the Chatham Bookstore, 27 Main Street, Chatham. Refreshments. For more information, call 518-392-3005. Event is Free.
Take a Cruise
On Saturday, June 14 from 8:30 – 10:00 pm take a Fireworks Cruise, which can be quite spectacular view from the water. Guests can escape the big crowds at the Hudson City Waterfront to enjoy an up close personal view of the Flag Day Fireworks Celebration on the river. DJ Roddy will be spinning the music for your musical entertainment and Bruce the bartender will be working the bar to serve you your favorite cocktails. Cruise sails out of Hudson. For more information visit Hudson Cruises website at www.hudsoncruises.com.
Taste Cocktail Chocolates
Saturday, June 14th come taste Cocktail Chocolates created by award-winning Rhinebeck chocolatier, Oliver Kita. The maker himself will be at Verdigris Tea & Chocolate Bar, 135 Warren St. @ 2nd from 5pm until 7pm providing samples including:
- Dark & Stormy – dark chocolate and beer
- Guinness Stout and Pretzel Chocolates
- The Naughty Cow – milk chocolate and whiskey
- The Apostle – Grand Marnier-filled chocolates
- Watermelon Mojitos
A graduate of the CIA, L’Ecole du Grand Chocolate Valrhona, and The Academy du Chocolate Barry Callebaut of Montreal, Kita has been making chocolate in the Hudson Valley since 2007. Besides chocolates, the tasting will also feature sparkling non-alcoholic beverages from “12” and “Q”. Call 518.828.3139 or go to www.VerdigrisTea.com for more information.
See a Show
“MY WHITE KNIGHT” – The Music Man, playing June 5 through 15 at The Mac-Haydn Theatre in Chatham. Harold Hill has come to town with his usual slick salesman’s plan: make the sale, get the money and get out of town, but when he meets Marian, he finds a reason to spend more time in River City, Iowa. He also breaks through the stern librarian’s reserved manner when he befriends her little brother, Winthrop. Meredith Willson’s nostalgic Americana hit show is filled with the fun of a July 4th pageant, excitement of a kid’s band, barbershop harmonies, unexpected romance, and great songs. For more information and reservations call 518-392-9292 or visit www.machaydntheatre.org
Kinderhook Beer Hop
On Saturday, June 21 attend the Kinderhook Beer Hop hosted by Chatham Brewing from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm. Tastings from selected breweries: Chatham Brewing; C.H. Evans Brewing Company; Keegan Ales; Nine Pin Hard Cider Works and S & S Brewery. Come for the beer, market, music and food in the heart of the historic Village of Kinderhook. For more information visit www.kinderhookfarmersmarket.com.
Free Junior Golf
Free Junior Golf: The Start to Finish Junior Golf Academy at New York Golf Park is offering 4 free clinics, and camps throughout the summer designed specifically for juniors of all abilities, ages 5-15. Beginners are welcome. Equipment can and will be provided at no additional charge. Clinics are designed to make golf fun for beginners and help those with experience become better players. Saturday, June 21; Saturday, July 26 and Saturday, August 9. For more information visit their website at www.nygolfpark.com
Ninth Annual Paul Grunberg Memorial Bach Concert
On Sunday, June 22 at 2:00 pm Three period instruments virtuosi, Repast Baroque, present vivid renditions of the music of J.S. Bach. John Mark Rozendaal, viola da gambist. Amelia Roosevelt, Baroque violinist. Dongsok Shin, guest harpsichordist. This annual concert is held in memory of Paul Grunberg, the late husband of PS21 President Judy Grunberg. “There is something about Bach’s work that goes beyond music.” Grunberg said. Bach Concert Tickets are $35/$30 PS21 Members/$20 Students 18 and under. For more information about PS21 visit their website at www.ps21chatham.org.
Celebrate Summer at the Winery
The Hudson-Chatham Winery‘s Tasting Room is open all summer Wednesday through Sunday from 12:00 – 5:00 pm. They are also open for Happy Hour on Fridays from June 6 through August 29 from 5:00 – 7:00 pm and Sangria Sundays in July from 12:00 – 5:00 pm. Along with other events throughout the year. For more information visit www.hudsonchathamwinery.com.
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