The Senate House State Historic Site reflects the Dutch way of life in 18th century Kingston. It was the meeting place for the original NYS Senate.
The mission of Women’s Studio Workshop is to operate and maintain an artists’ workspace that encourages the voice and vision of individual women artists, provides professional opportunities for artists at various stages of their careers.
Lucky Noodles Asian Pop-Up Restaurant creates fresh noodles and broths of China, Vietnam, Thailand, Japan, Malaysia and Singapore "Popping Up" in various locations through out the Hudson Valley.
At The Anchor you can quench your thirst with one of 20 tap lines of craft brew sate your hunger with their special brand of American comfort food.
Monkey Joe Roasting Company roasts single-origin, specialty-grade coffee from only the highest, specialty grade, green coffee beans available.
Green Kill Art & Performance Space located in Kingston, NY hosts poetry readings, theater, film, music and art exhibitions.
CeramiCar creates handcrafted ceramic cookie jars in the shapes of cars and trucks from the thirties, forties and fifties.
Sissy’s Cafe is where you can get cleansing raw juices, filling smoothies, gigantic salads, hot cheesy panini or a classic deli sandwich.
PetitFelts handcrafts and hand dyes each felted sculpture using a technique called needle felting to create wonderful animal figures and finger puppets.
Outdated Cafe is a unique experience in New York's Hudson River Valley that celebrates great food & design in our large open “antique café”.
The Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center located in Kingston, New York, provides services, resources, and programs that unite the LGBTQ community.
The Kingston Farmers Market was founded in 2000 with the goal of drawing people to Uptown Kingston and fostering a sense of community.