The Lost Radio Rounders Concert
"Trouble in Paradise" with Author David Weir at Starr Cinema
Wild Game Dinner at Mill House Brewing
Roosevelt Presidential Library Hosts "Becoming FDR" Discussion and Book Signing
FDR's Birthday Celebration
Story Screen Beacon Theater Presents "The Thing" on VHS Pasta Night
FDR Presidential Library Hosts "Uniting America" Discussion and Book Signing
Upstate Films' Close-Up Series Hosts Filmmakers Who Made "Turn Every Page"
Art Opening for Sabrina Iannucci at the Millbrook Library
Rhinebeck Fine Art Exhibition at Gallery 40
Begin your Hudson River Valley getaway here, in Dutchess County! Sure, it's easy to get here - by car, train, bus and air. Covering 800 square miles, there's an abundance of natural scenic beauty, outdoor recreation, historic landmarks, restaurants, festivals and more.
Eastern Dutchess is defined by the Harlem Valley, featuring the towns of Amenia, Dover, Pawling and Pine Plains, the village of Millerton in the town of North East, and the village of Millbrook in the town of Washington – each with their own personality.
Southern Dutchess features agrarian Beekman and Poughquag, recreational East Fishkill and Hopewell Junction, as well as bustling Fishkill. The reinvented and inspirational Beacon and Wappingers Falls are two former industrial hubs with tons of nostalgic appeal.
In Central Dutchess, the spirited Queen City of Poughkeepsie is pulsing with energy, balanced by the idyllic, more rural towns of Lagrange and Union Vale.
From historic Hyde Park, charming Rhinebeck and quaint Red Hook to the abundant fields of Clinton, Milan, Pleasant Valley and Stanford, Northern Dutchess is the perfect place for a sophisticated getaway.