Soon enough, the Hudson Valley will experience colorful scenes all throughout the area. The grass and trees will become greener and the flowers will blossom into different varieties of breathtaking colors.

Hudson Valley Scenery Is Bright And Beautiful


The Hudson Valley is colorful during all four seasons. The spring and summer are vibrant and filled with happy and uplifting scenes. The fall is filled with shades of brown and orange and the winter months bring us white icicles throughout the Hudson Valley.

Arboretums, local gardens, parks and hiking trails throughout the Hudson Valley allow us to embrace the beauty of nature. 

Hudson Valley Businesses Bring A Pop Of Color Into Our Historic Towns


A locally owned, family run business in Woodstock, NY is known for their bright and groovy items.

Candlestock in a family run business that has been providing the community with their homemade candles since the 1960's. The creators of this local shop were on their was to California during that time and ended up in an ice storm.

This storm then directed them to Woodstock, NY where they created magic. During the 1970's, Candlestock then opened their shop to the public. It was a one room shop that had a drip candle which burned continuously for those to see.

Another locally owned business has a colorful, bicoastal shop in Hudson, NY.

The Hudson Valley welcomes The Social Type.

The idea came to the play of this shop by two paper and design enthusiasts. Allison Brennan and Jessica Tree launched their own line of "foil pressed greeting cards". This took place in 2010 and since then, they have expanded.

Their one shop opened in 2016 in Los Angeles, CA. At that location, they have a wide variety of pens, pencils, greeting cards, stationery and more. They also have a large social media following on Instagram.

To bring that aesthetically pleasing eye to your own home, they also have for sale, unique coasters, candles, tableware and more,

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Poughkeepsie, NY Welcomes Colorful One Of A Kind Storefront


Looking to add a pop of vibrant colors to your spring wardrobe while supporting local business? Look no further.

This locally owned business sells tie dyed goods and other unique items.

Born To Dye Is Located In Poughkeepsie, NY And Is Now Open

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Have you been to this new shop yet? The owner of Born To Dye shared a message, 

"Every piece of my tie dye art is made with a vision to bring people together through art, music and a vision for a better future. Come down to the shop and be part of my little tie dye world! "

Their unique, tie dyed shirts vary. Some of these handmade tie dyed t-shirts have cats on them, while others have the name of famous bands and symbols.

Born To Dye Can Bring New Life Into Old T Shirts


Born To Dye can provide another experience to customers.

"Want to breathe some new life into your favorite band tee? How about some unique merch for your brand? Bring in your own items or grab something off the rack. Let’s create something cool together!"

They also have sunglasses, incense, jewelry and more.


Born to Dye is located at:

30 Vassar Rd, Building 1, Suite 2 Poughkeepsie, NY 12603

Where is a groovy store in the Hudson Valley that you like to visit? Share with us below.

Restaurants and Stores The Hudson Valley Misses The Most

If you could bring back any store, restaurant or favorite business from the past, which would you choose?

The Hudson Valley was filled with places to visit for our favorite meals, special occasions or simply just for grocery shopping. Some of us may have spent our birthdays at these locations or shared sweet memories that we will remember forever.

Here Are The Restaurants and Stores The Hudson Valley Misses The Most

Wrong Answers Only: Why You Should Move To The Hudson Valley

The Hudson Valley can be considered an oasis or nightmare residents. A recent poll was taken on WRRV's Facebook page in regards to why people should move to the Hudson Valley. They were asked to answer this with wrong answers only.