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​COLUMBIA COUNTY… getaway and play
If you are looking for the perfect getaway destination, Columbia County is the ideal place. Unsurpassed rural beauty, quaint unique boutiques, Hudson antiques, a rich cultural scene, active recreational opportunities, and heritage sites fill the seasons with things to do and see.  Here’s a glimpse of what’s happening now!
Basilica Soundscape
September 15-17
Live concert performances, conceptual sound performances, author readings, installations, collaborations, curated local vendors and artisans, on-site activities and more creating an immersive, innovative weekend of art, music and culture.
Basilica Hudson, 110 S. Front Street, Hudson
Admission: $40+
Time: Fri: 6pm-11pm, Sat: 5pm-11pm, Sun: 11am-5pm
Basilica Hudson
Ethel Returns to Hudson
September 15-17
ETHEL returns to Hudson with exclusive preview performances of its fully realized Circus-Wandering City, the acclaimed string quartets’s new multimedia work inspired by the American circus and its people.
Hudson Hall at the historic Hudson Opera House, 327 Warren St, Hudson

Admission: $35, (Children 18 and under $15)

Time: Fri & sat: 7pm, Sun: 3pm


Hudson Hall

Corn Maze
September 16-17, 23-24, 29
Get lost in our 7-acre corn maze. Bring a friend to keep you company and help find all hidden stations. If you get a punch from every station you win a free ice cream! It can be muddy, so be prepared. (Maze is each Sat/Sun through 10/29)
Samascott’s Garden Market, 66 Chatham St (Rt 9), Kinderhook
Admission: $7 (Children 4 and under are Free)
Time: 11am-5pm
Samascott’s Garden Market
Performing Olana: Frederic Church Living His Art
September 22-25
Olana and Ancram Opera House collaborate to produce a theater performance specifically created to take place in the landscape of the historic site. The dramatic work draws inspiration from Church’s painting, letters, family life and celebrated landscape and is presented as an immersive theater experience in which performer and audience journey together into Church’s art.
Olana, 5720 State Route 9G, Hudson
Admission: $15//, Family (up to 5): $40
Time: Fri: 6pm, Sat: 2pm, 4pm, 6pm, Sun: 2pm, 4pm, 6pm
5th Annual Roe Jan Ramble Bike Tour
September  23
Calling all cyclists and Rail Trail Enthusiasts! The popular non-competitive community cycling event features four routes geared to both the occasional bicycle rider and the experienced cyclist. Regardless of ability, riders will enjoy the area’s spectacular scenery on lightly traveled country roads. Sign up early!
Copake Town Park, 230 Mountain View Road, Copake
Registration:  Free
Check In starts at 8:3oam, Ride starts at 10am
Roe Jan Ramble
9th Annual Chatham Area farm Tour
September 23
Featured farms throughout the Chatham area are open for visits! Horse, dairy, alpaca, sheep, poultry, cattle, maple syrup and produce; local farm products; tours and kids activities. Details and tour guides are posted on the website. There will be a photography and video/film contents for images taken on the farms during the tour. The tour guide will also be available at the Columbia Land Conservancy office in Chatham.
Location: Chatham Area
Admission: Free
Time: 10am-4pm                                                              
Chatham Keep Farming
                      Fall Open House: Hillrock
                                            September 30
Special limited release of  Howell Mountain Napa Cabernet and Cask Finished Solera Bourbon. Farm & distillery tours, tastings and bottle signing with Master Distiller
Dave Pickerell.
Hillrock Estate Distillery,408 Pooles Hill Road, Ancram
                                                     Time: 11am-4pm                                                                                                                                        
Hillrock Estate Distillery
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