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What's Happening in Columbia County

  • May 7
    Hudson Children’s Book Festival

    75 children’s and young adult authors and illustrators, hundreds of books to browse, author and illustrator presentations, arts & crafts and workshops.Hudson Jr/Sr High School. 10am-3pm

  • May 7 & 8
    Basilica Farm + Flea - Spring Market

    Buy Vintage, Local, Handmade…In collaboration with Hudson River Exchange. With more than 60-90 vendors, the marketplace consists of a diverse group of regional makers, farmers, and vintage collectors. Basilica Hudson. Sat 10am-6pm Sun 11am-5pm.

  • May 8
    Mother's Day Fashion Show & Tea

    A fashion show of vintage clothing. Enjoy homemade cakes and cookies along with tea from Verdigris-Hudson. Learn styling tips from the make-up experts at FACE Stockholm. Hudson Area Library, 51 N 5th St. Hudson. 2-4pm. Reservations required.

  • May 14
    HVOTPA Mammoth Antique Auction

    Twenty acres of tractors, engines, various Antiques, tools, collectibles & handcrafts. HV Old Time Power Association, Hudson. 8am-close (grounds open at 6am for preview)

  • May 14
    Rosanne Cash

    ​With John Leventhal. Club Helsinki Hudson. 9pm

Getaway and Play in Columbia County!

If you are looking for a perfect weekend getaway, vacation destination or just a place to kick back and relax, Columbia County, NY is the ideal place to visit. The County offers unsurpassed rural beauty, a rich cultural scene and active recreational opportunities.

An abundance of theater, dance, and music options as well as all kinds of festivals fill the seasons with non-stop entertainment. While over 50 public heritage sites capture the county's distinctive place in U.S. history. No matter what you choose to explore, come and visit the Columbia County country hospitality.

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