Saturday we went to New Paltz, NY for the Celebration of the Arts - COTA for short. It was a beautiful Fall day, a little on the cool side but we had a great time. We parked a few blocks from the site and walked the Ulster County Hudson Valley Rail Trail from a lot on N Chestnut St to the show.
Into the Woods
One of my daughters on the trail.
The show was held on historic Huguenot Street, the oldest continually inhabited street in the United States, with the first dwellings recorded in 1678 when the French Huguenot's settled there. There are some awesome stone houses, a church with an old graveyard, and many more things to see at this National Historic Landmark District. Take a virtual tour here.
These frames were suspended in the street!
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