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June 2–3: Mineral, Jewelry, Gem & Fossil Show Whether you’re on the hunt for amethyst crystals or rose quartz beads for jewelry making, this occasion boasts vendors offering a large display of precious stones. $5 adults, $3 seniors/children. Museum Village, 1010 State Route 17M, Monroe, 845.782.8248; www.museumvillage.org

June 9: Greenwood Lake Street Fair Kick off the summer with this fun-filled event of musical performances, vendors, good food, and children’s activities. Free.  Windermere Ave and Waterstone Rd, Greenwood Lake, 845.477.9215, www.villageofgreenwoodlake.org

June 9: Grand Tasting Village Part of Westchester Magazine’s Wine & Food Festival that runs from June 510. More than 50 local restaurants present delicious gourmet delights paired with wine and spirits. See website for participating restaurants and food trucks. $85 advance, $90 at the door. Kensico Dam Plaza, 1 Bronx River Parkway, Valhalla, 914.345.0601; www.winefood.westchestermagazine.com

June 16: Ultimate Family Yard Sale Turning junk into treasure is the key in this annual happening that hosts over 300 families selling their household items attracting thousands of bargain hunters. Free. Stormville Airport, 428 Route 216, Stormville, 845.221.6561; www.stormvilleairportfleamarket.com

June 23: Tasty History: Street Food, Spices, and Sauces of the Middle East Sample foods and drinks from Israel, Morocco, Lebanon, and Turkey along with demonstrations, historical background, cooking tips, and recipes. Ages 21+. $25. Olana State Historic Site, 5720 Route 9G, Hudson, 518.828.0135; www.olana.org

June 23–24: Rhinebeck Craft Festival Artists and crafts people showcase their talents among great live music, craft demonstrations, family activities, gourmet specialty foods, and more. Sat-Sun, $10 adults, $9 seniors, $4 kids 6-16, under 6 yrs. free.Dutchess County Fairgrounds, 6550 Spring Brook Ave. (GPS: 6636 Rt 9), Rhinebeck, 845.331.7900; www.artrider.com/rhinebeck-crafts-festival-2018

 

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The 3rd Annual Hudson Valley Celtic Festival

June 23 | Hudson Valley Sportsdome

A bagpipe and drum competition sanctioned by the Eastern United States Pipe Band Association, this event also features festival foods and beer for purchase. Individual soloists begin at 8 a.m.; if you want to come just for the bands, plan to arrive around noon. Be sure to stay for the 5 p.m. Mass Bands, when all of the bands play together.

240 Milton Turnpike, Milton; 845.795.5220; www.hudsonvalleycelticfestival.com

 


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A unique entertainer of our time that combines stunt work with street magic, David Blaine brings his live show to Albany. He’s left audiences dumbfounded and awestruck and has been applauded by Penn & Teller. The New York Times has commented that he has “taken a craft that’s been around for hundreds of years and done something unique and fresh with it.” Jun 26, 8 p.m., $49+. Palace Theatre, 19 Clinton Ave, Albany, 518.465.4663; www.palacealbany.org

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