I always become saddened when the time of year comes around when the different famers markets in Ulster County close for the winter. I was thrilled to hear that there is now a winter farmers market that is open December through April, every first and third Saturday from 10am-2pm. It is located indoors, meaning rain or shine at Bethany Hall of the Old Dutch Church in Uptown Kingston, 328 Wall Street, Kingston, NY 12401. There are 20 different vendors with items ranging from vegetables, meats, breads, milk, olive oil, wine, arts and crafts and so much more! This Saturday will feature Chef Ef, who will be making amazing seafood dishes in honor of Mardi Gras. Don’t miss it! For more information click here.
Ulster County, NY has so much to offer tourists and its residents alike, from art exhibits to skiing the mountains in the area. Here are just a few events and happenings this weekend...
- Wendy Hollender Botanical Edibles Wild and Cultivated Art is at SUNY Ulster, through Friday, February 24th.
- ICE, photos by Patty Lee Parmalee, through March 31st, Gardiner library.
- Eugene Ludins: An American Fantasist, through June 15th, Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art.
- On Sunday, sixteen premiere Artisans from the Hudson Valley will be exhibiting their works at Byrdcliffe by Design in Woodstock. For more information, click here.
For information on any event listed above and all others, visit ulstercountyalive.com!