Check out the blurb in Chronogram, the cool Mid-Hudson publication of Events and Ideas:
The first living museum of contemporary life in America invites you to participate in their second summer of Saturday programs. Rural Guides, who change the town into a museum, showcase their farms, studios, and workplaces. Visitors have the option to attend more than 100 programs on agriculture, animals, nature, science and innovation, history, and artesian crafts. Guests can purchase a farm-to-table lunch at The Abode of the Message, a community supported agriculture farm and sustainable living model. The events run weekly on Saturdays through October 15. Tickets costs $10. Individual, family, and couple season passes are available. Check it out on the Chronogram website.