Jiminy Peak received about 10-inches of natural snow this week, and will be open to take advantage of it this weekend.
Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort is the largest ski and snowboard resort in southern New England, summer home to Mountain Adventure Park and the only mountain resort in North America to generate its own energy using alternative wind power. In addition to winter skiing and snowboarding, there are numerous additional activities at the mountain, including a Mountain Coaster, Zip Ride, and Snowshoeing.
DATES/TIMES (for this weekend):
Friday, November 30, 2018: 9am – 10pm
Saturday, December 1, 2018: 8:30am – 10pm
Sunday, December 2, 2018: 8:30am – 4pm
$65 for adults, $58 for young adults/seniors, $51 for juniors, $39 for Twilight.
All 18/19 Jiminy Peak season pass types will be valid.
OMI International Arts Center presents an exhibition of works by the renowned and influential American painter Lois Dodd. The exhibit, which features the artist’s representational paintings of windows and doors, is open now.
Dodd was part of the wave of New York artists to explore the coast of Maine after the second World War, and spent many summers in the Mid-Coast region surrounding Penobscot Bay. The artist was attracted to the rambling old farm houses, verant fields, and bright sunshine of a summer’s day. For Dodd, being there provided her the freedom to concentrate of the depiction of rich vegetation and crumbling structures that make Maine so attractive, as seen in her works.
March 18 – May 7, 2017
Benenson Visitors Center + Gallery at OMI
1405 County Rt. 22,
While we are all eagerly looking forward to spring, there are still two more winter tours scheduled at the Thomas Cole National Historic Site. These tours, give visitors a sneak preview into the behind-the-scenes installation of the Parlors Project, which integrates a meticulous historic restoration with interactive technology to bring to life the two main parlors of Thomas Cole’s home.
The project will reveal the only known interiors designed by Thomas Cole, the founder of the first American art movement, the Hudson River School of landscape painting. The interiors include recently discovered original decorative painted borders by Cole himself and reveal another facet of Cole’s artistic vision that was previously lost to history.
Sunday, March 12: 1:00pm & 3:30pm
Sunday, April 9: 1:00pm & 3:30pm
Thomas Cole National Historic Site 218 Spring Street
Catskill, NY 12414
Meet on the porch of the Main House.
General Admission: $10
Tickets are for a specific date and time. Changes must be made in advance. No changes or cancellations may be made on the day of your visit.
To purchase tickets online, Click Here and select the date/time you want to visit.
The Snowshoe Hike at the Martin Van Buren National Historic Site that was originally planned for January, was postponed to this Saturday (February 25). With the abnormally warm temperatures (66 in February) that we have been having, there may not be enough snow on the ground for the hike. Fortunately, the organizers already have a Plan B in place. If there is not enough snow on the ground, the program will be a letterbox challenge designed by last summer’s high school interns. Participants will be given instructions to find letters scattered throughout the park, and solve clues to locate the cache.
This activity involves walking over a mile on mostly flat grass. It is designed for ages 8 and up. Anyone 14 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Saturday February 25, 2017 at 11am – 12:30pm
Martin Van Buren National Historic Site
1013 Old Post Road, Kinderhook
OMI International Arts Center presents a Candlelight Concert performance with Kills to Kisses, aka Lisa Dowling. The New York Times describes Dowling’s sound as “Bjork-like” and “innovative”.
Her music is bass-centric, but not in the ways you would expect; luscious, pulsating melodies soar over funky bass riffs and electronic drones creating a “brusquely subtle or exquisitely dense” (Inanna Naked) cinematic language that will beg of your hips. Her mastery of looping technology, “delicate, pure voice” (Woodstock Times), and serious chops create a veritable tour-de-force that is a breath of fresh air. Kills to Kisses has been presented at the Berkshire Fringe Festival, the Contagious Sounds Series and regularly performs in and around NYC.
The performance will take place in the glass setting of Omi’s Visitors Center. There will be a reception with drinks and hors d’oeuvres following the performance.
Saturday, February 18th, at 5pm
OMI Visitors Center
1405 County Rt. 22,