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Children’s Day Parade

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Friday, July 7, 2017 at 6:00 p.m.

The parade ends at the Kingston Plaza.

Stick around and enjoy a huge fireworks display after dark.


Coleman Brothers Carnival

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Come to the Kingston Plaza for food, games and rides.

Thursday, July 6 – Saturday, July 15, 2017.

Wristband Nights: July 6, 11 & 13 ($25 unlimited rides – tickets sold between 6pm – 9pm)


29th Annual Kingston St. Patrick’s Parade

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Line up in Kingston Plaza 11:30 – 12:30
Parade Starts 1:00pm
www.ulsteraoh.com for more information.


The Polar Express returns to the Kingston Plaza in 2015

Hudson Valley children and their families can discover the magic of Christmas aboard The Polar Express™ in Kingston, New York! The officially licensed train rides inspired by the hit Warner Bros. film The Polar Express and book by Chris Van Allsburg, will be run by the Catskill Mountain Railroad from November 20, 2015, through to December 27, 2015.

Set to the sounds of the motion picture soundtrack, pajama-clad passengers will relive the magic of the story and see their favorite characters come to life as they are whisked away aboard The Polar Express on a magical round trip to the North Pole. During the journey, the conductor will punch tickets and chefs will serve hot chocolate, just like in the film. Passengers will also enjoy a sing along and a special reading of the Van Allsburg classic. At the North Pole, Santa will board the train to greet the children and will give a special sleigh bell to all those who believe.

CLICK HERE for more info.


Joys for Tots December 5, 2015

Joys for Tots. December5, 2015. 8am-2pm at the Kingston Plaza. Bring us new unwrapped toys or make a cash donation.


Herzog’s 2015 Big Spring Sale

Shop Herzog’s Big Spring Sale now through May 17th. Get great deals on some great brands. Be sure to check out the sale before you start any of your Spring cleanup or projects. Visit www.herzogsale.com to see the coupons and deals.

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 The Polar Express at the Kingston Plaza

 

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Hudson Valley children and their families can discover the magic of Christmas aboard The Polar Express™ in Kingston, New York! The officially licensed train rides inspired by the hit Warner Bros. film The Polar Express and book by Chris Van Allsburg, will be run by the Catskill Mountain Railroad from November 21, 2014, through to January 4, 2015.

Set to the sounds of the motion picture soundtrack, pajama-clad passengers will relive the magic of the story and see their favorite characters come to life as they are whisked away aboard The Polar Express on a magical round trip to the North Pole. During the journey, the conductor will punch tickets and chefs will serve hot chocolate, just like in the film. Passengers will also enjoy a sing along and a special reading of the Van Allsburg classic. At the North Pole, Santa will board the train to greet the children and will give a special sleigh bell to all those who believe.


Toys for Tots with 92.9 WBPM Radio Station at the Kingston Plaza

The Kingston Plaza holds a toy drive for Toys for Tots with the 92.9 WBPM radio station on November 29th, 2014.

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Thomas the Tank Engine rolls into Kingston Plaza

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Much to the delight of many children, Thomas the Tank Engine arrived at the Kingston Plaza on September 5, 2014, with a “Toot! Toot!” of his horn.

In addition to the train ride, children could have their picture’s taken with Thomas, meet Sir Tophamm Hatt, play with trains, get a Thomas the Tank Engine tattoo and, of course, buy souvenirs, all under tents set up on the baseball field adjacent to the plaza.


Kingston Plaza community events continue to attract hundreds of area families

 

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For over 25 years, the Kingston Plaza hosts some of the City’s most popular family events. The Children’s Day Parade, Coleman Bros. Carnival and a night of spectacular fireworks, all a huge draw for hundreds of area families.

The Kingston Plaza is known for its connection with the community worked in conjunction with the City of Kingston Recreation Department, the Kingston Police Benevolent Association and the Coleman Bros. Shows.

These events get better each year proclaimed several mom’s from surrounding townships.

It was also clear that the increased foot traffic brought greater attention to the Plaza merchants, many who realized significant increases in foot traffic.

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Savona’s Plaza Pizza – 30 years & counting

 

Savona’s Plaza Pizza has been in the Kingston Plaza for more than 30 years! It is our home. We have seen a lot of changes over the years, but the one thing that hasn’t changed is the sense of community. We are neighbors looking out for each other and taking care of the needs of our community.

We have great customers! Some have been coming for 30 years. We have been blessed with the best landlords; they’re wonderful people who give back to the community. These 30 years, the Herzog and Jordan families have always been fair and kind in dealing with us. They are always willing to listen and treat us with respect.

I know the Kingston Plaza is where we are supposed to be. I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else. “I love Kingston and am home in the Kingston Plaza!”
Cecilia McSweeney Savona

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Cornell Cooperative Extension  Newest member of the Kingston Plaza family

 

corp Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County held a grand re-opening celebration and ribbon cutting ceremony this spring at their new location at the Kingston Plaza.

CCEUC Executive Director, Lydia Reidy and her staff greeted over 100 attendees that included City of Kingston Mayor, Shayne Gallo and Ulster County Legislator Chairwoman, Terry Bernardo. The ribbon cutting ceremony was led by The Ulster County Regional Chamber of Commerce President, Ward Todd. Following the ribbon cutting, CCEUC staff gave to

urs of their new offices and Education Center and offered healthy snacks and beverages to attendees.
CCEUC offers resources, tools and education through on-going community programming in efforts to improve the lives of a broad and diverse county population. Program areas include Agriculture, Horticulture, 4-H Youth Development, Family and Consumer Science and Environmental programs.

For more information about CCEUC community programs and events call 845-340-3990 or visit us online at

www.cceulster.org or follow us on www.facebook.com.

 

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