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Here’s What to Do in the Hudson Valley This Week During Self-Isolation

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Keep calm and carry on during the coronavirus crisis with these to-dos in the Hudson Valley.

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Starting today, we will be offering take out & DELIVERY ALL DAY LONG! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Call ahead! ☎️ 845-679-7969. Pick up orders takes about 15 to 20 minutes and delivery orders arrive in about 45 minutes to an hour. We currently deliver within a 7 mile radius of the pizza shop. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Thank you all for the continued support! ❤️ Sending virtual hugs to all! 🤗 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #CMPlife #woodstock #woodstockny #thecatskills #catskills #pizza #pizzeria #upstateny #upstate #hudsonvalley #delivery #takeout #pickup #deliver #pizzadelivery #allday #callahead #lunch #dinnerideas #bearsville #shady #lakehill #zena #westhurley

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Order curbside pickup or takeout

Throughout the Hudson Valley

Craving your favorite Hudson Valley fare? Show your support for local cafés and restaurants in the region by ordering curbside pickup, delivery, or takeout. Many eateries offer no-contact delivery as well. Check individual websites ahead of time to confirm store hours and policies. Looking for family specials and free lunches for kids? We’ve got that, too.

Brew the perfect cup of tea

Anywhere

Craving a hot cuppa to ease the coronavirus tension? Order a new-to-you brew from Millerton-based Harney & Sons, then learn how to steep the loose leaves correctly. Not only does the fresh tea flavor taste so much better than the big-box stuff, but each scoop of camellia sinensis comes with a wealth of health benefits. Plus, did we mention that tea time is the perfect time to do a bit of online shopping from small businesses in the Hudson Valley?

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Monday, 3/16 – 5:30 PM: . Dear Members, To comply with the recent mandates set by Governor Andrew Cuomo for gyms in New York State to close at 8PM on Monday, March 16, 2020, All Sport will be closing the facility for the next two weeks. All Sport will be closed from Monday, March 16, 2020 until Monday, March 30, 2020, and we will be continuing to communicate throughout the coming weeks to provide updates as they become available. . Remaining healthy is an important part of our daily routine, and working out has incredible immune benefits. All Sport has been working to make resources available to our members during this time. . All members will have free access to the Les Mills On Demand platform. This platform is free to use, and will not collect any data from users. It has 95 workout options across 8 categories that are ready to play right now. The workouts will remain open and available as long as the Coronavirus situation continues to cause disruption. You may access the workouts here: https://watch.lesmillsondemand.com/at-home-workouts. . During these two weeks, the general public will not have access to the club; however, we will be taking this time to deep clean the facility top to bottom and finish larger projects to bring members and staff a brand new, hyper-clean club upon reopening. We will continue to abide by the 20 person limit within the building, and will closely monitor all who enter the All Sport during this time. . We encourage our community to continue following the recommendations put out by the CDC and local officials to help stop the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). . Please continue to keep a look out for e-mails from All Sport, check our social media pages, text alerts, and website for updates as we continue to monitor developments closely. In health, All Sport Health and Fitness . See link in bio for list of updates

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Get fit at home

Online

Social distancing doesn’t mean that fitness has to fly out the window. For members at All Sport Health & Fitness in Fishkill, the gym offers free access to the Les Mills on Demand platform. The program includes 95 workout styles across eight categories. In other words, all you need to do is roll out the yoga mat and press play. Over in Poughkeepsie, FitSocial brings its A-game with streaming online workouts from its expert team of trainers.

Want more virtual fitness fun? We rounded up a comprehensive list of Hudson Valley gyms and boutique studios that are streaming classes during the pandemic.

Take a walk

Throughout the Hudson Valley

Going stir-crazy during a week of working from home? Take a step away – literally – by hitting the Hudson Valley trails for a walk or hike outside. Here are a few of our favorite treks that are perfect for beginners and will get your heartbeat going.

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You know how some places make you instantly happy? Armour-Stiner House does it for us.⠀ ⠀ P.S. Our Best of Hudson Valley ballot closes for good on Wednesday! Did you vote yet?⠀ ⠀ Reposting @castle_and_keep:⠀ ⠀ c. 1860. “Armour-Stiner House.” (5 photos) I was so excited to tour this incredible house yesterday! It is the only octagonal, domed residence in the world, and certainly the most eye-popping pink house in the area. Built in the 1860s, it was originally home to financier Paul J. Armour, but the dome and veranda weren’t added until 1872, when Joseph Stiner bought it to use as a summer home. The design inspiration was a Roman temple. The house has been sold to a number of owners over the years, so it’s incredibly forunate that it wasn’t ever drastically altered or torn down, and it still contains a large amount of the original furniture. The house was bought by the National Trust for Historic Preservation in the 1970s, and in 1978, was sold to preservation architect Jospeh Pell Lombardi, who painstakingly restored the house. Lombardi still lives there, and actually ran the tour, so it was fascinating to hear him describe some of the preservation efforts he had to undertake, such as fortifying the dome from collapsing by inserting steel supports inside and around it. I have a ridiculous amount of photos from the tour, so I’m just including a few outdoor shots in this post, but I will be sharing the interiors throughout the week. Enjoy! @armourstiner #armourstinerhouse⠀ ⠀ #hudsonvalley #hudsonvalleyny #architecture #thinklocal #explorelocal #photooftheday #historic #getoutdoors #getoutside #exploremore #lovewhereyoulive #hvmag

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Learn something new

Online

Netflix is great and all, but when’s the last time you read to the very end of a longform article? While tucked up at home, keep your brain engaged by reading through a few of our lengthier local reads. We guarantee you’ll learn something new!

For extra engagement, consider signing up for an online course. Hudson Valley instructors getting creative during the crisis with virtual classes that instruct on everything from art and healing to puppet-making and writing.

Tackle a new recipe

At home

Do you have a slew of recipes bookmarked that you’ve never actually gotten around to cooking? Pick one – or scroll through a few of ours – and make your way to the kitchen to show off your culinary skills. This easy mac and cheese is the perfect comfort food, while this French country bread is a must for anyone who’s up to a serious challenge.

Looking for the latest information about the coronavirus in the Hudson Valley? Stay informed about COVID-19 and its local impact here.

Want even more? Check out our Hudson Valley event calendar guide.

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