A simple picture of a tree right here in the Hudson Valley could get you a pair of tickets to the Woodstock Museum at Bethel Woods.
As natives here in the Hudson Valley, I think we forget how cool it is to be so close to the birth place to one of the biggest and most influential music festivals in history. It's even more cool that they still have shows at Bethel Woods Center of the Arts.
You can buy just about anything at Costco. I guess you can return just about anything too.
Christmas Tree's aren't cheap. I guess this woman found a nice holiday hack to get some of her money back but she must have zero shame.
Bored Panda shared an angry Costco customer's Facebook post which showed a woman taking back a dead Christmas Tree to her local Costco. That's not the strangest part. She took it back on January 4. In order to save you the math, that's almost two week after the holiday. the craziest part is that Costco actually refunded her cash.
It looks like Poughkeepsie's newest holiday tradition took a page right out history and didn't make it through its first Hudson Valley ice age.
The month of December brought colder weather, stuffed bellies and stuffed stockings. It also brought the newest Christmas decoration in the Hudson Valley, the mighty Tree-Rex.
Though Christmas is a time to celebrate and be merry, The National Fire Protection Association reports that local fire departments respond to well over 200 house fires per year. According to research found in an article from USA TODAY, The NFPA has some helpful tips to prevent your tree from becoming a blaze.
The holidays are filled with strange traditions. I'm almost 30 years old and my mother still wants me to come home and put ornaments on the tree. Every year we need to put fake birds on the tree. Apparently, it supposed to reflect happiness and joy. Of course like most families we have our glass balls that my brother and I made 20 years in elementary school make an appearance.
Could this lazy Christmas tree be a sign that we are doomed? Being festive is for families. When you live the single life you aren't trying to impress anyone so I guess this is how you decorate.
With my lack of home decor one would assume that I'm a Grinch or some kind of Scrooge but make no mistake, I love Christmas. Although I'm not decorated in the traditional sense I can assure you that I am full of the Christmas spirit. Before you judge my laziness let me explain myself.
Will the Hudson Valley be facing a shortage on Christmas trees this Holiday season? if you wait until the last minute it may cost you.
The lights are hung up, the poinsettia is out and the garland is out. There's just one important thing that's missing. If you are one of those traditionalists who absolutely have to have a real Christmas tree every year then you may need to hurry up and grab it.