HHLT Hike Featured in Hudson River Valley Ramble

Jonathan Kruk entertains children and their parents with his Spooky — Not Scary — Local Legends.

Jonathan Kruk entertains children and their parents with his Spooky — Not Scary — Local Legends.

Hudson Highlands Land Trust (HHLT) is offering Jonathan Kruk’s Spooky—Not Scary—Local Legends Hike as part of the 15th Annual Hudson River Valley Ramble. This year, the Ramble features more than 200 events hosted by more than 150 organizations from the Capital Region to New York City. For a complete listing, visit hudsonrivervalleyramble.com.

As part of the Ramble, HHLT welcomes people to experience Spooky—Not Scary—Local Legends with acclaimed professional storyteller Jonathan Kruk at Little Stony Point Park in Cold Spring at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 6. Kruk’s stories are beloved by children and their parents, and his local legends and hour-long, tot-friendly hike is the perfect end to a late summer day in the Hudson Valley. The hike, part of the Hudson River Valley Ramble, is free, but early registration is recommended because space is limited. Email [email protected] or call 845-424-3358, ext. 6, to reserve a spot for your family.

“We are pleased to be able to offer this family-friendly hike, which highlights the Hudson Valley’s distinctive cultural heritage, during the Hudson River Valley Ramble,” HHLT Outreach Director MJ Martin said.

Photo courtesy of HHLT


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