Hudson Project Music SkedPromoters of this weekend’s Hudson Project music festival at the Winston Farm released the event’s performance schedule on Tuesday.
The Hudson Valley Farm Hub will be the focus of attention at the June 26th Ulster County Regional Chamber of Commerce breakfast meeting, scheduled for 7:30 to 9 a.m. at the Wiltwyck Golf Club, 404 Steward Lane, Kingston.
Over the past three years, the Chamber’s June breakfast meeting has grown into a Community Breakfast, a celebration of the community, with the chamber also recognizing the accomplishments of outstanding local students and student-athletes.
The Community Breakfast is open to all businesses and members of the community, who will have a chance to celebrate a significant new initiative revolving around the former Gill Farms in Hurley. Guest speakers Brooke Pickering-Cole and John Gill will discuss the Local Economies Project (LEP) and its recently established Farm Hub, which is being developed on 1,255 acres of prime farmland stretching north-south from Kingston to Marbletown along an historic corridor known as the Hurley Flats.