On Our Radar

Faces, places, treasures, and trends that caught our attention.

July Events

Check out our list of fun things to do in Dutchess County this July.
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Milan Modern 

The single-story home is split over two levels Three gabled pavilions are connected by a central staircase that leads from the open kitchen/dining area down to the main living area.
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Le Jardin Flower Farm

Romane began by selling them under the name Le Jardin Flower Farm at the Saturday market in Millerton (and surprised herself by how well she did), then deepened her knowledge
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The Troutbeck Symposium

This past May, 200 middle and high school students from sixteen regional public and private schools gathered at the Troutbeck Resort in Amenia for the third annual Troutbeck Symposium.
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Pieter Estersohn

For his newest book, he photographed and wrote about farmers in Dutchess, Putnam, and Westchester counties.
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Brigitte Bistro

Brigitte Bistro is cozy without being cramped, with crystal chandeliers dripping with teardrop pendants that dominate the decor.
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Terrapin Restaurant

Rhinebeck’s pioneering farm-to-table restaurant, Terrapin, remains at the forefront of the Hudson Valley restaurant scene after 25 years.
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Cat Gentry Floral Design

Gentry’s love of flora and fauna came early. She had one of those idyllic country childhoods complete with ponies, dogs, and the freedom to explore the North Carolina countryside. 
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The Millbrook Horse Trials

Over the course of several days, as many as 400 horse-and-rider teams will compete in dressage, cross-country, and showjumping in one of six levels, from Beginner Novice through Advanced.
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Fat Apple Farm

Fat Apple Farm in Pine Plains was started by Eric Costello and John Agostinho, here they share some of their Dutchess County foodie faves.
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Bottle Shop Antiques

Few things in life are certain but one thing is undeniable: If you live anywhere near Millbrook, you know Kevin de Martine and Bottle Shop Antiques.
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Bennett Park

The Millbrook Community Partnership's (MCP) mission is to give the residents of Millbrook and the surrounding area an extraordinary 35-acre public park and a vibrant, multi-use community center.
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Things to Do

Events, gatherings, and outings: What to see and do in Dutchess County, NY.

July 20, 2024
Join the Winnakee Land Trust for a beloved Winnakee tradition that allows guests to experience Drayton Grant Park at Burger Hill after hours. Take in spectacular views of the setting sun, the rising moon, and our stunning Hudson Valley landscape while enjoying live music.
July 20, 2024
In this talk, disease ecologist Felicia Keesing will describe a recent project to determine how controlling ticks in residential neighborhoods of Dutchess County, New York affected tick abundance, tick infection, and incidence of tick-borne diseases in people and pets.
July 20, 2024
As members and hotel guests of Troutbeck, spend a sunny Saturday afternoon poolside at Troutbeck on July 20th and August 17th. DJ Bea Hardy will be spinning tunes and our impeccably sourced Pool Grill food + drink menu will be available. Sip + Sun is the perfect way to enjoy the season, see friends, eat, drink, and relax by the Pool. Don't miss a beautiful summer afternoon at Troutbeck! 2 - 5 pm
July 20, 2024
Join the East Coast Doughboys World War I reenactors for a fun weekend of living history at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome! Gates open at 10 a.m., with pre-show activity starting at 2 p.m. and the air show starting at 2:30. On Saturday, the program will be “History of Flight,” highlighting the Pioneer Era before World War I and the Golden Age of Aviation in the 1920s and 30s. The Sunday airshow will be the World War I dog-fight spectacular, with a hero or heroine, the villainous Black Baron of Rhinebeck, scenery, pyrotechnics and a World War I tank, along with many antique automobiles. Ticket prices vary. 2 pm - 4 pm
July 20, 2024
Join us on Saturday, July 20th for the Club Championship at Orvis Sandanona!
July 20, 2024
The second annual Hangar Dance, enjoy big band swing music and maybe a few more modern songs that get your feet moving!
July 20, 2024
Join the Wassaic Project as they celebrate their Upstate Art Weekend! This event, open to all ages and free to the public, will consist of a whole day of programming lined up all around Wassaic. 12 pm - 9 pm. Some special events include: Wassaic Project Opens Studios at Maxon Mills - Get a special chance to peek at artists-in-residence from the Wassaic Project with the Maxon Mills exhibit. This unique exhibition space is an historic seven-story wooden grain elevator along the train tracks that has been repurposed into a magnificent gallery for contemporary artists. Event is free and open to the public. 3 pm - 5 pm. Dance Party: ¡Viva Democracía! - Get your dance on with this art weekend event at the Wassaic Project. Music Co-Directors Tim ‘Love’ Lee and Scott Anderson are throwing this dress-up dance party at the Capricorn Dream Sound Machine, where they’ll take you on a world tour of some of the most famous, but entirely fictional, hot spots from the last 100 years. This event is 21+ and tickets are $28. 7 pm - 12 am. This event will be held at The Lantern on 10 Main St in Wassaic.
July 20, 2024
You won’t want to miss the opening party for OFF THE RECORD during ​Upstate Art Weekend 2024, an exhibition organized by Natalie Beall and Pierre Le Hors presented by Not Donuts. Taking cues from 1980s DIY culture—the heyday of mixtapes and fanzines—the exhibition seeks to draw connections among New York and Hudson Valley-based artists whose work has a kinship with sound and the printed page. Exhibition open from July 18th - July 28th. 4 pm - 7 pm

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