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The autumn season will be launched First Friday on September 6, with an evening of art, entertainment, and tasting experiences. Come be a part of the community culture!

We recommend businesses update their store window displays for the fall season celebration. Businesses who have had successful First Friday offer monthly exhibits, tastings, special menus, classes, or events to contribute to the fun.

If your business would like to participate or has First Friday event details to share, please email us at: info(at)

Thank you to all the businesses who help to make this event a growing success.

Here’s a sampling of what you may find happening on Main Street on September’s First Friday:


  • Buster Levi Gallery, 121 Main St. - opening of an exhibit by Ursula Schneider.

  • Flowercup Wine, 82 Main St.- opening reception for a new chalk mural and offering a “Thank Grapes, It’s First Friday” wine tasting of New York state wines.


  • Ascend Studio, 75 Main St. (door around the corner) - Yoga Nidra and Essential Wellness workshop Class Seven: Focus: Heart Chakra, Oil: Rosemary, Tea: Oatstraw.

  • Cold Spring Cheese Shop, 104 Main St. - a cheese tasting.

  • The Highland Current, 161 Main St.- Come chat with the team for “Editor’s Office Hours”.

  • Hudson Hil’s, 129–131 Main St. - First Friday Taco Night: tacos à la carte for dinner dine-in and take-out menu. Advance orders and RSVP recommended.

  • Hudson House, 2 Main St.- "Burger Night" from 6:30 - 9:00 featuring live music from Boomkat.

  • Supplies for Creative Living, 165 Main St. - “Party-ish” opening celebration. Come on over and up for drinks, snacks and a little creative playtime.


  • Archipelago at Home

  • Barber & Brew

  • Chapeau

  • Cold Spring General Store

  • Doug’s Pretty Good Pub

  • Kismet at Caryn’s

  • Meraki

  • Poor George

  • The Gift Hut

  • Old Souls

  • Pink Olive

  • The Shoppes

  • Split Rock Books

  • Swing

Participating businesses: remember to put your orange First Friday flag up Friday morning.

*Businesses listed above in bold are Chamber members.

Eliza Starbuck