About HAADA

The Hudson Antiques & Art Dealers Association (HAADA) represents over 60 businesses in the City of Hudson, New York, which has become widely recognized as a premier antiques and art center in America. Our members feature a wide range of antiques, decorative objects, vintage and new clothing, jewelry, home furnishings and more. HAADA also includes members in the restaurant, hotel and service industries.

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For general questions, reach us at hudsonantiques@gmail.com

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Events

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Calendars

There’s always something happening in Hudson and the region; here are a few reliable and recommended sources for finding out what’s going on…

Ellen’s Picks: Local alderman Ellen Thurston maintains a comprehensive calendar of Hudson cultural events and local meetings, hosted at the Hudson Development Corporation’s website.

Ruralintelligence.com: Regional information source for recreation and entertainment, celebrating the best of Berkshire (MA), Columbia, Dutchess (NY) and Litchfield (CT) counties

Gossipsofrivertown.blogspot.com: News and commentary about the city of Hudson, NY

Annual Events

Hudson boasts of a number of festivals which draw thousands to the City every year…

Flag Day Parade: The brainchild of antiques dealers Bip & Bob of Pavilion Antiques (since closed), and managed by The Hudson Elks Club, the City has made Flag Day its main patriotic parade since the mid-1990s. Featuring a wide array of floats, marching bands, fire companies and dignitaries from around the region, the Flag Day parade takes place every year in mid-June. Visit the Elks’ site to find details about the next parade – www.hudsonelksflagdayparade.com

 

Hudson Pride Weekend: What began as a way to raise awareness and visibility of the gay & lesbian community in Columbia County, has now become one of Hudson’s most engaging and spirited annual events. Taking place mid June, the weekend includes a parade, waterfront festival, boat cruise, cabaret and dance parties. Visit the Hudson Pride Foundation website for details – www.hudsonpride.com

Winter Walk: Occurring annually in early December (typically on the first Saturday), Hudson shopkeepers go all-out with special window decorations, tableaux vivants, Chamber music and carolers, mulled cider and cookies, and other seasonal cheer. The event is coordinated by The Hudson Opera House; check their website for this year’s details – www.hudsonhall.org