If you’re planning a private getaway, there’s no better location that Hudson, New York. The Hudson Valley is so rich with history, art and the natural beauty that surrounds it! Start planning your holiday vacation now and make note of these Hudson events in November.
Jane Dickson “Out of Here”
This is an exhibition of five large-scale oil paintings on Astroturf by New York based artist, Jane Dickson. Nearly a decade and a half of Dickson’s travels in the Hudson Valley are documented in the paintings. The exhibition takes place at Omi International Arts Center.
Hudson Valley Craft Brew Festival
Last year’s event sold out, so it’s best to get your tickets in advance. The 2013 Hudson Valley Craft Brew Festival will run from 2 to 6 p.m. at the Mid Hudson Civic Center. There are over 30 breweries and 70+ beers included in the sampling event. You’ll be able to sample some of the best beers from the Hudson Valley, plus select beers from New York State.
The Voodoo Orchestra North
Led by legendary jazz drummer, improviser and composer Bobby Previte, the Voodoo Orchestra North will continue its regular season of performance featuring many great upstate New York musicians. It begins at 8 p.m. at Club Helsinki Hudson.
Dream Night of the Cello
Dream Night of the Cello is an evening of classic romance, jazz and tango at the Columbia-Green Community College Arts Center. It features Garfield Moore and Malcolm Cecil.
Fall Hudson Valley Restaurant Week
November 4 – November 17
It’s actually two weeks, but we could even do more! The culinary adventure begins with lunch or dinner at likeable prices, all while discovering the beauty of the Hudson Valley. There are no passes, tickets or coupons, but you must call ahead! Simply call the restaurant of your choice to reserve your table. To view the list of restaurants, click here.
Talking Tea – 201: Spicy & Smoky Teas
Attention: Tea lovers! This one’s for you. Join Verdigris Tea’s founder and tea expert extraordinaire, Kim Bach, as she teaches the basics of tea. Participants will be led through a process of looking at teas, using the senses to analyze them and observing how to brew the leaves properly before tasting the result. Be sure to make reservations!
The Nutcracker will be presented by the Hudson Valley Academy of Performing Arts at Columbia-Green Community College Arts Center. It begins at 6 p.m. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for seniors and students.
Doctorow Center Concert
The Windham Chamber Music Festival will feature the Doctorow Center Concert on Saturday at 8 p.m. The program will include music by Bach, Vivaldi, Grieg and Aaron Copland. Call 518-821-3440 to make reservations.
Consider these Hudson events in November, then consider staying with us at Mount Merino Manor. We are a luxury bed and breakfast located in a private country setting. You’ll drive through the stone pillars and experience a sense of history. We are a neighbor to Olana State Historic Site and are located just minutes from Hudson, New York. Learn more about our Inn here.