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Thank You- From the Walkway Over the Hudson

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It was another wonderful July 4th celebration on the Walkway, and it happened because of YOU! 

Kudos to Legion Fireworks for a great show! We want to thank everyone who made this fun community event possible.

Government Partners
Dutchess County Executive Marcus Molinaro
Ulster County Executive Mike Hein
City of Poughkeepsie Mayor Rob Rolison
Town of Lloyd Supervisor Paul Hansut
NYS Office of Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation 
NYS Bridge Authority 
NYS Parks Police 
NYS Police
City of Poughkeepsie Police  
Town of Lloyd Police 
Dutchess County Sheriff's Office
Ulster County Sheriff’s Office 
Dutchess County Government and Emergency Response
Ulster County Government and Emergency Services 
Mobile Life Support Services, Inc.

Media Sponsors
iHeart Media
Luminary Media
Poughkeepsie Journal

Participating Stores
Adams Fairacre Farms
Pomod'oro Pizza Cafe
Ma & Pa Kettle Corn

Walkway Corporate Sponsors
M&T Bank
IBM
Health Quest
Altice
AT&T
Royal Carting

Volunteers
Irving Solero
Walkway Ambassadors, Board and Staff

If you are not already, we hope that you will be inspired to become a Walkway member! Stay tuned as we continue to enhance the visitor experience at Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park with the construction of a new Ulster Welcome Center.

On behalf of all of us at Walkway Over the Hudson, thank you!

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Treasures of New York: Rails-to-Trails on PBS

Treasures of New York: Rails-to-Trails on PBSBeginning May 18, the Emmy-Award winning PBS series, Treasures of New York, will take viewers across New York State on a journey along various railway corridors that have been re-purposed as recreational bike and pedestrian trails, in the new documentary, Rails-to-Trails.

The film details the history of some of the more than 100 rail trails that line the state, including Manhattan’s renowned High Line and our own Walkway Over the Hudson. This feature explores the natural beauty and rich history of New York and the serene settings that allow people to escape the hustle of 21st century living.

Airing:
Thursday, May 18 at 8 pm on WLIW21 New York
Sunday, May 21 at 7 pm on THIRTEEN (PBS).

The program will also be available to stream online at http://wliw.org/treasures as of 7 pm Sunday, May 21.

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Beginning May 18, the Emmy-Award winning PBS series, Treasures of New York, will take viewers across New York State on a journey along various railway corridors that have been re-purposed as recreational bike and pedestrian trails, in the new documentary, Rails-to-Trails.

The film details the history of some of the more than 100 rail trails that line the state, including Manhattan’s renowned High Line and our own Walkway Over the Hudson. This feature explores the natural beauty and rich history of New York and the serene settings that allow people to escape the hustle of 21st century living.

Airing:
Thursday, May 18 at 8 pm on WLIW21 New York
Sunday, May 21 at 7 pm on THIRTEEN (PBS).

The program will also be available to stream online at http://wliw.org/treasures as of 7 pm Sunday, May 21.


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