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logo designed by Site OptimizedRosendale Street Festival, Ulster County NY Summer Fun Things To Do

The Rosendale Street Festival is a local event that has evolved over time into a weekend packed with music, food & fun! During the summer, there's no shortage of fun things to do in Ulster County NY. The Rosendale Street Festival is at the top of the list of summertime activities that the whole family can enjoy! Last year, Taft Street Realty brought you the 2011 Guide to the Rosendale Street Festival. This year, the festival will be bigger and better than ever! So without further ado, here's the Taft Street Guide to the 2012 Rosendale NY Street Festival!

Rosendale NY Real Estate Ulster CountyThe festival takes place the weekend of July 21st & 22nd. Saturday morning, Main Street Rosendale NY will close to traffic and the

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Taft Street Realty presents our 2012 Ulster County Real Estate Update on Weekend Events & Local Happenings throughout the areaThis weekend, Ulster County NY will be packed with events and local happenings! With a fun festival taking place in almost every town in the county, no matter where you may be, you’ll find something cool to do! And the events are as diverse and unique as the various towns themselves! Whether you’re into food, fitness, wildflowers, or hotrods, you’ll find all that and more this weekend in Ulster County! Not sure where to start? Taft Street Realty gives you our town-by-town, 2012 Ulster County guide to the weekend events & local happenings: 5/19-5/20!

Gardiner NY - A Cupcake Festival Sure To Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

The Community of Gardiner NY 2012Over in Gardiner NY there's a local festival that's sure to satisfy your sweet tooth! The 2012 Gardiner NY Cupcake Festival is a great

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uc_400Ulster County NY is an amazing place to live! A very diverse selection of homes for sale in Ulster County are available depending on your tastes, lifestyle and budget. A virtual paradise for the outdoors type; mountains, rivers, forests, and creeks provide endless options for activities during any season. With New York City less than 2 hours away, we get alot of the culture, arts, and dining that naturally migrates north from the Big Apple. It's an added perk that comes with being close to the most influential (and coolest!) city in the world. Of course each and every town in Ulster County is cool in its own way, but here's a quick look at what many consider to be the 5 coolest and certainly most popular towns in the area!

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empty_bowls1Ulster County living is simple yet rewarding; forever focused on benefiting the community. The annual "Empty Bowls" program by the Rondout Valley High School puts a creative spin on the usual charity event. It's one of those positive, homegrown movements unique to Ulster County NY. It is a simple yet brilliant premise that benefits the community, promotes the arts, and teaches students the valuable lesson of helping those in need. How does it work, and how can you participate? It's easy! Taft Street Realty gives you the 2012 Guide to Rondout Valley's "Empty Bowls".

Created by a Teacher - Organized by Students - Aided by Local Ulster County Businesses

empty_bowls2It is a simple, yet powerful image: an empty bowl. This most basic of tools served as inspiration to

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bistro_logoMuch like the town itself, the Bywater Bistro in Rosendale NY is trendy and unique! Over the years it has grown into a favorite meeting spot for friends. Whether you're a couple seeking a quiet meal, or a group of friends who'd like some cocktails and tasty snacks, the Bistro is a great choice! Its lush and private garden out back is also one of our favorite venues for an outdoor meal during the spring and summer months! The Bywater Bistro contributes greatly to the popularity of Main Street Rosendale NY, where you can find everything from great food and drink, to art, films, and more on this small but thriving main street.

A Family Owned Rosendale Restaurant With Local Roots

bistro_gardenOwned and operated by Sam and Reuben Ullman, brothers and longtime residents

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Sadly, it’s official. The Rosendale Elementary School is set to close, but what now? As of now the schools doors will close at the end of the 2012 school year. We here at Taft Street have been following this story through past blogs about the debate on closing local area schools. In what has proven to be an emotional issue among residents here in the Rondout Valley Central School District, the closing of Rosendale Elementary raises new questions and concerns. A recent article in the Daily Freeman (January 15th) illustrated the ongoing debate over the future of this beloved local school.

Rondout Valley School Board Not Interested In Selling School

The Rondout Valley School Board states in the article that they’re not interested in selling the

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2011 was quite a year! Real estate in the Hudson Valley region has been recovering, albeit slowly, and we've kept our finger on the pulse. Events in New York State and around the world focused our attention on key issues and how they relate on a local level. All the while we've been blogging...

...so without further ado, here are the best Ulster County real estate blogs of 2011!

 

The Love Affair Continues - The New York Times & Ulster County Real Estate

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Without a doubt our best and most popular post in 2011! With over 40,000 views, this post addressed the tight relationship the New York Times has with Ulster County, NY real estate. Whether it's Woodstock, New Paltz, Rosendale, Marbletown, or Saugerties, the New York Times has pretty much covered

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This year's 2011 Frozendale Festival is just another great reason to visit Rosendale, NY! As our last blog about Main Street Rosendale, NY described, this active and progressive former cement town is cholk-full of fun things to do, see and eat!

A Community-Run Event Offers the Best of Rosendale, NY

So what is the Frozendale Festival? It's a day-long event which celebrates the winter season and showcases the unique small businesses, eateries, and artists that make up this tiny town just 90 miles North of New York City. Diverse and affordable, Rosendale, NY real estate is very desirable, with a strong sense of community as this festival so clearly demonstrates. Taking place this Saturday, December 10th and beginning at 11 am, festival-goers can

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Rosendale, NY's Main Street is both beautiful and unique. This short but thriving thoroughfare is a snapshot of the community that makes up this trendy, up-and-coming town just 90 miles north of New York City. A mini-melting pot of small businesses, eateries, residential properties, and municipal buildings rests on the banks of the Rondout Creek and in the shadow of Mount Joppen-burg. If ever a Main Street captured the classic and picturesque beauty of the Hudson Valley region, main street Rosendale is it! Take a stroll with Taft Street down Main Street and see why Rosendale, NY is one of the most desirable areas to buy a home in the Hudson Valley.

A Vibrant & Thriving Community In Ulster County, NY

Rosendale, NY has been enjoying a migration of

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Like pickles? Then we've got something fun for you to do this weekend! This Sunday, November 20th brings us The Rosendale, NY International Pickle Festival, a beloved local event in the Hudson Valley Region. Initially started as a "pickle party" between friends 1998, the Rosendale, NY International Pickle Festival has grown over the past 12 years into an event that draws over 5,000 visitors from all over the world. This unique festival features all things pickle-related, from goods and souvenirs, to pickle judging and contests. Also on the agenda are various delicious foods from local vendors, and live music & dancing.

pickle1The Pickle: Around the World and Back to the Catskills

Sure it's always been a great local event in Ulster County, NY, but you can't

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