Things To Do In Peekskill

One-Year Individual, Dual, or Family Membership to Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art (Up to 60% Off)

Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art

Peekskill

Museum membership includes free admission for one year and discounted access to special events and public programs

$40 $18

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Five or Ten One-Hour Children's Dance Lessons at On My Toes Dance Academy (Up to 79% Off)

On My Toes Dance Academy

Crompond

Children can learn to express themselves through dance in ballet, jazz, and tap lessons

$156 $35

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5 or 10 Performing-Arts Classes at Antonia Arts Inc. (Up to 54% Off)

Antonia Arts Academy

Peekskill

Variety of classes for both children and adults include acting and theater movement classes, tap and ballet, and adult theater dance

$75 $35

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10, 20, or 30 Jiu-Jitsu, Kickboxing, or Yoga Classes at East Coast United Westchester BJJ (Up to 89% Off)

East Coast United Westchester BJJ

Multiple Locations

Martial arts courses for the entire family include combat sports of kickboxing and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and the healing practice of yoga

$225 $45

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$19 for One Month of Martial-Arts Classes and One Private Lesson with Uniform at Go No Sen Karate ($239 Value)

Go No Sen Karate

Blue Mountain Plaza At Welcher Ave

Students gain self-defense skills, strength, and stamina in martial-arts classes

$239 $19

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1.5-Hour Sunset Cruise or 3-Hour Sightseeing Cruise for Two or Four from Trinity Cruise Company (Up to 44% Off)

Trinity Cruise Company

Peekskill

The sunset casts a new glow over the scenic Hudson River; sightseeing tours visit the West Point area and include historical commentary

$40 $25

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Celtic Tenors at Paramount Hudson Valley on October 9 at 7 p.m. (Up to 49% Off)

Celtic Tenors

Paramount Hudson Valley

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Trio of operatic Irishmen puts a lilting spin on songs by Freddie Mercury and other pop greats

$39 $20

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"Swinging with the Rat Pack" at Paramount Hudson Valley Theatre on Saturday, September 13 (Up to 51% Off)

"Swinging with the Rat Pack"

Paramount Hudson Valley Theatre

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Frank, Dean, Sammy, and Marilyn sing, banter, and charm audiences with uncanny impersonations

$59 $29

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Located on the 250-acre grounds of historic Boscobel, overlooking the Hudson River, the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival envelops theatergoers in worlds long past. Its inaugural production of A Midsummer Night's Dream in 1987 carved a path of critical acclaim for it to expand into summer-long festivals, ongoing educational outreach, and artist-in-residence programs. The organization's canon even extends past that of the Bard on occasion: past seasons have taken on The Three Musketeers and Tartuffe.

1601 Route 9D
Cold Spring,
NY
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Michie Stadium was voted the third-best venue of the 20th century by Sports Illustrated. Army's 2010 football season was previewed by Sportsbook Lists, and seven reviewers from TicketsNow give the Black Knights a perfect five-star average:

700 Mills Road
West Point,
NY
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Designed by course architect Dick Wilson, Garrison Golf Club’s 18-hole course covers the tree-lined hills, valleys, and ravines of the Hudson Highlands as golfers drink in sweeping views from 800 feet above the Hudson River. Without disturbing the native birds and wildlife, the course artfully integrates the natural terrain into a challenging layout, featuring multiple shots that must clear deep chasms and rolling fairways that create tricky hill lies and test golf carts’ vulnerability to motion sickness. Stone walls and mature oaks and hemlocks add to the stately scenery as players grapple with testy hazards, such as those encountered at the par three 17th hole, where tee shots must find a putting surface buttressed by sprawling trees, sand traps, and a stream.

An Audubon International–certified course, Garrison Golf Club’s environmentally friendly efforts include a 2-acre organic farm that sprouts heirloom tomatoes, nine kinds of lettuce, and other greens incorporated into dishes at Valley and Terrace Grill, the club’s onsite restaurants. Guests may also opt to wind down at World’s End Bar, a cozy spot ideal for sipping cocktails or interrogating fellow players about the veracity of their scorecards.

2015 Route 9
Garrison,
NY
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When clients walk into CrossFit Peekskill, they're not inundated with the rows of elliptical machines and treadmills common in typical gyms. This warehouse-influenced gym houses wall-to-wall Olympic weights, gymnastics rings, and rowing machines. During workouts steeped in functional fitness, clients climb ropes and flip giant tires. Coaches are on-hand to ensure clients are practicing the correct form during each exercise, which include swinging kettlebells and lifting medicine balls. To help workouts fit into everyone's schedule, CrossFit classes are offered every Monday?Saturday, and open gym hours are scheduled seven days a week.

8 John Walsh Blvd Suite 120
Peekskill,
NY
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At Premier Athletic Club, a large team of instructors lead classes ranging from intense barbell-focused BodyPump to soothing restorative yoga. Barre workouts use easy-to-learn ballet techniques to help tone bodies, and boxing boot camps teach striking fundamentals while building strength and agility. Club members get access to indoor and outdoor pools as well as class discounts.

2127 Albany Post Rd
Montrose,
NY
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Founded by the Marc and Livia Straus family, the Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art strives to present interdisciplinary programs that enrich the community through many forms of contemporary art. Works from renowned and emerging contemporary artists share the Center's 12,000-square feet of exhibition space with a variety of long-term installations, several made by participants in the nonprofit’s artist in residence program. The HVCCA supplies artists with studio space, living quarters, and an extended stipend in order to foster creative work on-site and engage in an active discussion with visitors or talkative muses. Special events range from panel discussions and film screenings to a monthly family art day with lessons for parents and kids based on current exhibits. The Center has also organized special projects including the Banner Project, where artists mentor more than 300 youth in creating a large-scale installation, and the Public Tile Project, where 2,000 students design tiles that for a trail from Peekskill Train Station to the Center.

1701 Main St
Peekskill,
NY
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