November 6, 2002 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Westchester Choral Society To Sing Messiah

The award-winning Westchester Choral Society, chorus in residence at the Music Conservatory of Westchester, will perform Handel More...

Doansburg Chamber Closes Jazz Season With Concert November 23

The Doansburg Chamber Ensemble will close its 2002 season of regularly scheduled performances with its Jazz Quintet. The program will be presented on Saturday, November 23rd at 8 pm at St. More...

Special Holiday Programs Planned At Brewster Library

In celebration of the holidays, Brewster Public Library will be presenting special events four Saturday mornings from 10:30 am to 11:30 am during the month of December 2002. More...

Beacon’s Amacord Gallery Hosting Holiday Show And Sale

A holiday show and sale of work by four notable local artisans will be offered at the Amacord Gallery in Beacon, at 442 Main Street, from November 9 through Sunday, December 1. More...

Cold Spring Artist Featured In New York City Show

Shirley Branchini, who lives in the Cold Spring area, is having the first New York City showing of her artwork through November 21st at the Agora Gallery in Soho. More...

Ballet Arts Studio Students Accepted to NY’s School Of American Ballet

Terez Dean, 15, who was trained at the Ballet Arts Studio, Beacon, New York, under the Direction of Valerie Feit and Faculty members Susan Olson and Mary DelVecchio, has been accepted as a full-time student at the School of American Ballet, in New Yo More...

Nimble Direction Turns Out Fine Production of On The Job at Depot Theater

Patrick Early More...

Preserve Putnam Launches Historical Web Site

Preserve Putnam County is please to announce the launch of its web site, www.preserveputnam.org. Designed by Kevin T. Kennedy of Fulcrum Resource Development, the site is an overview of Putnam County More...

Open Mic Night At The Depot Theatre To Feature High School Students

On the evening of Friday, November 22, Garrison Art Center in conjunction with the Philipstown Depot Theatre will host an evening of entertainment and creative expression by young artists from the surrounding communities. More...

Keller Gallery To Feature Wood-Fired Ceramics

Germaine Keller Gallery of Garrison Landing is pleased to announce an unusual exhibition, "Passionate Fire: Wood-Fired Ceramics from the Hudson Valley. More...

Entertainment Books Benefit Brewster Public Library

Entertainment Books with money-saving coupons for area restaurants, movies, hotels, and other amusements and services are now available for sale at the Brewster Public Library. More...

John Jay Homestead To Hold Lecture Series About Founder

John Jay Homestead State Historic Site and the Friends of John Jay Homestead will sponsor a series of lectures this fall and next spring, examining the life and accomplishments of Founding Father John Jay. More...

Brewster Library Lists Discussion Group Books

The Brewster Public Library Book Discussion Group continues to meet the third Wednesday of each month at 1 pm. Titles scheduled for discussion thru April 2003 are: More...

"Harmonyfest 2002" Features Youth Barbershop Music

The Poughkeepsie Newyorkers Barbershop Chorus will present its second annual barbershop music festival, "HarmonyFest 2002", on Saturday, November 16th. More...

"Currently Working" A Group Exhibition At Butterfield Library, Opens Saturday, November 9th. The Julia L. Butterfield Memorial Library in Cold Spring is to host a group exhibition of twelve artist More...

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