Every weekend on Main Street- shop vintage clothing from Venus and costume jewelry from Murial. Venus has the most unique selection of items. Pair that with jewelry from Murial, $5 for any piece. Venus' Hours: Saturday and Sunday 11AM-4PM. Murial's Hours: Friday 4PM-7:30PM, Saturday 10AM-6PM, Sunday 10 AM-5PMRead More
7PM tonight at Town of Warwarsing offices, 108 Canal Street, Ellenville
Stephen Yarabek from Hudson & Pacific Designs will be presenting the Kerhonkson Hamlet Rail Trail Design to the Town of Wawarsing Town Board tonight at 7PM. Show your support for the beautification and renewal of the Hamlet of Kerhonkson by taking part in the meeting.
Tomorrow - Town of Wawarsing Candidates, District 21 County Legislative Candidates will be at Kerhonkson Firehouse at 6:30 PMRead More
A reminder to all - Town of Rochester Candidates 10/28, 6:30 PM. Kerhonkson Firehouse, Main Street, KerhonksonRead More
Meet the Candidates Nights are one week away. Mark your calendars..
Town of Rochester Candidates 10/28, 6:30 PM
Town of Wawarsing Candidates, 10/30, 6:30 PMRead More
Friends of Historic Kerhonkson will hold it's monthly meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 16 at 6:30PM at the Kerhonkson Firehouse. 333 Main Street, Kerhonkson.Read More
The Flying Goose Cafe and Venus' vintage are open on Main Street this Saturday and Sunday. The Flying Goose Cafe: Saturday 9-2, Sunday 10-2 & Venus: Saturday and Sunday 10-6Read More
We are currently looking for volunteers to help with Kerhonkson Day on August 24th, 2013.
Volunteer's will be helping with set up, break down, the duck race and running the Friends of Historic Kerhonkson booth.
If you would like to volunteer (even for a portion of the day) contact us:
Enjoy a fun-filled day on Broadway. This is one special performance you don't want to miss!
For less than a theater ticket, enjoy
- roundtrip bus transportation to NYC from Kerhonkson
- lunch at The Hard Rock Cafe
- an unforgettable performance of "The Trip To Bountiful" starring Tony Winner, Cicely Tyson
Bus departs from Krhonkson at 9AM and returns by 9PM.
Contact Irene Rocha at (845) 626-3661 by July 31, 2013 to book your tickets before they sell out!
REAR MEZZANINE $100 package*
MID-MEZZANINE $140 package*
ORCHESTRA $165 package*
*Package price includes one round trip bus ticket, one theater ticket and lunch.
Sponsored by Friends of Historic Kerhonkson
Pictures from June 15th as we remember and honor Wayne DePew.
Our monthly meeting will be held at the Kerhonkson Firehouse at 6:30pm tonight, June 18th. We had to change the date for this month due to the Annual Hudson Valley Fireman's Convention.
Everyone is encouraged to attend and engage in renewing Kerhonkson.
May 13, 2013
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Kerhonkson Day 5k run and walk now open for registration
You can now register for the 2013 Kerhonkson Day 5k run and walk. Paper and online registration is available at http://kerhonksonday.com. The race is Saturday August 24th at 9:30am and kicks off Kerhonkson Day on the green in front of the Kerhonkson firehouse. Registration is $10 before August 1st, $15 August 1st or later. The first 100 registrants will get a Kerhonkson Day 5k t-shirt. Every participant will get a chance to win a ducky in the Kerhonkson Day “Great Ducky Race.” There will be breakfast for runners after the race and prizes will be given by age group. All proceeds will benefit the Friends of Historic Kerhonkson.
Chris DePew, President of the Friends of Historic Kerhonkson, said “The Kerhonkson Day 5k is a great way to start Kerhonkson Day. We had over 2000 people in Kerhonkson for last year’s event, where people can enjoy a full day of activities. After the race we have musical entertainment, the Great Ducky Race, craft vendors and food.”
Scott Carlsen, Supervisor of the Town of Wawarsing, said “Kerhonkson Day has grown into a top annual event in the Town of Wawarsing and Ulster County. The 5K race has been successful and we look forward to developing this into one of the premier events for our area. This years race looks to be even bigger than ever and should draw a good field of runners. From the world famous duck race, to many vendors, and great music, this is an event that you will not want to miss.”
Gregg Kenney, race director for the event, said “Last year we had the First Ever Kerhonkson Day 5k and it was a great success. We had 92 registrants and a lot of happy faces in downtown Kerhonkson. This year we are anticipating 150 entrants and have a bunch of great prizes for runners and walkers. The course is terrific; it goes up the hill from the firehouse and winds through Kerhonkson before going out scenic Berme road. The final leg of the race is on the rail trail beside the Rondout creek back to the firehouse. The thing that runners seem to like most is our ability to limit traffic on the course; that is unusual for a smaller 5k event.”
Press contact: Gregg Kenneyfriendsofkerhonkson@gmail.com
We would love to see everyone at the meeting tomorrow night (Wednesday May 15th). We will review last week's minutes and discuss new business.
If you want to have an active voice in your community, make plans to be there!
Date: Wednesday May 15, 2013
Where: Kerhonkson Firehouse, Main Street, Kerhonkson, Ny
We would like to voice our support of the Dollar General store coming to Kerhonkson. Current plans have the store being located at the intersection of Webster Avenue and Hwy 209.
Please support the plans for Dollar General coming to Kerhonkson by calling all your local elected officials. Let them know you want new business coming to Kerhonkson!!
We are proud to launch a Forum for the Hamlet of Kerhonkson. This is a space where you can share your ideas and thoughts for the Hamlet of Kerhonkson. We know this will be a great community space.
If you have a category you would like to ad the forum, send us an email for consideration.
Make sure to read the rules for the forum before posting.
A big thank you to everyone who came out on the morning of April 20th to clean up Route 209 between 42nd Street and Boice Mill . We filled 22 orange bags of debris along that stretch of road. If anyone is looking for a rusted tricycle, a pink flip flop or an expired realty license, they have now gone to a better place.