Register by 4 p.m. Friday for a children's holiday party to be held 1-2 p.m. Saturday at the Kosuga Education Building at Orange County Arboretum. Children ages 5-10 can decorate graham cracker cookie houses with sweet treats. $5 per child. Registration required by calling 386-3609. The education building can be accessed by using the Grove Street entrance to Thomas Bull Memorial Park, Route 416, Montgomery.

Want to hear a legendary voice? Get tickets for Lorna Luft's Holiday Concert, 7 p.m. Saturday, at Milford (Pa.) Theatre, 114 E. Catharine St. Luft, a film and Broadway star, is the daughter of Judy Garland. She brings her take on holiday songs and carols ... some of them made famous by her mother. She'll also share stories from Hollywood, Broadway and beyond. $45. Info: lornasholidayconcert.com.

Take a walking tour of historic Montgomery, 1-4 p.m. Saturday. At least 10 historic homes and buildings will be open. Tour starts at First Presbyterian Church, 135 Clinton St. Maps and tour guides available. The Village of Montgomery will be celebrating an Old-Fashioned Christmas on this day. Tickets $15 prepaid at Village Hall; $20 day of, at the church. Info: 457-3457.

Learn about and sample kimchi, a fermented side dish with vegetables and seasonings, a staple in Korean cuisine, at Hudson Valley Kimchi Festival, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday. It's a Korean tradition to prepare large amounts of kimchi in December to last through the winter. The event includes Korean food and live performances. $20 at the door. Children 12 and younger free. World Mission Society Church of God, 880 Jackson Ave., New Windsor.

Warm Up at the Washingtons', 12-4 p.m. Sunday. Visit Washington’s Headquarters State Historic Site, corner of Liberty and Washington streets, City of Newburgh. Historic interpreters in each seasonally decorated room will talk about what took place when the Washingtons occupied the Hasbrouck farmhouse during the holiday season of 1782. Salmagundi Consort performs period-appropriate music. Cookies and warm cider served. Admission free. Info: 562-1195, facebook.com/washingtonsheadquarters.