Upcoming Events

Sunday, March 25 - 8:00 am

Hillsdale Fire Company’s 38th Annual Palm Sunday Brunch

Join your fellow friends and neighbors for an “all you can eat” Palm Sunday Brunch at the Hillsdale Fire House on Sunday, March 25. Sponsored by the volunteers of the Hillsdale Fire Company. The Brunch is the Fire Company’s only fundraiser designated to benefit the Heat and Power Fund.

In 2017, your local volunteers responded to 100 alarms – structure fires, grass fires, automobile accidents, and weather-related incidents. Members also spent over 1472 hours of training to ensure they stay on top of their game and keep Hillsdale’s best-in-class fleet of equipment in tip-top shape.

The brunch starts at 8 am and wraps up at 1 pm.

The Easter Egg Hunt that usually follows ids cancelled this year due to snow!

Menu includes; French Toast, Scrambled Eggs, Plain, Chocolate Chip & Blueberry Pancakes, Bacon, Sausage, Corned Beef Hash, Home Fries, Cornbread, Fruit Cocktail, Jell-O, Juice, Milk, Hot Chocolate, Tea & Coffee

Tickets for adults are $10, children ages 4-10 are $4 and children under 3 years old are FREE!

Tickets are available at the door along with tickets for a sweepstake raffle from area businesses. A Bake Sale is hosted by the Hillsdale Fire Company’s Ladies Auxiliary.


Sunday, March 25 - 4:00 pm

A Dutch Approach to Historic Preservation, Preserving Spirit of Place

“A Dutch Approach to Historic Preservation, Preserving Spirit of Place” by André Hoek

Sunday, March 25, from 4-6pm

Dutch Restoration Architect, André Hoek will speak about the techniques and tools developed in the Netherlands to survey, study, restore, protect and maintain historic buildings and gardens. He will discuss whether these methods can apply to historic buildings, especially those of Dutch origin, in the Hudson Valley. Mr. Hoek will examine projects large and small, building archeological methods, sustainability and non-invasive energy saving solutions.

Stair Galleries, 2nd Floor
549 Warren Street, Hudson, NY 12534



Saturday, May 19 - 9:00 am

Hillsdale Clean-up Day

The Hillsdale Town Garage on Old Town Road will be open on Saturday, May 19, from 9 am to noon for Spring Clean-up. If you have stuff to discard, come on down. Open to Hillsdale residents only. 1 load per resident.


Price of Admission: As usual, donations will be accepted – this year to provide funds for Town activities such as the Egg Hunt and the Holiday Tree lighting.

What you can bring: the usual stuff with exceptions. 

Additional charges: 

Mattresses and box springs $20 each
Regular sofas $10 
Sofa beds and recliners $12

What you cannot bring Household garbage, TVs, computers, computer screens, electronics, paint, paint cans, oil, oil cans or barrels, chemicals, fertilizer or pesticides or their containers, hazardous materials of any kind, brush, construction debris or tires.

Latex paint: You may dispose of latex paint (which is water based) in your regular household garbage provided the liquid inside of the can is dry. This can be accomplished by adding shredded newspaper, sand or kitty litter to latex paint and letting it air dry (as per NYSDEC).

Hazardous Waste: Columbia County has scheduled a hazardous waste day for Saturday, June 17, from 8 am to noon. More information.