December 4, 2002 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Putnam Valley Library Offers Amnesty

The Putnam Valley Library is offering an amnesty period on fines for the return of overdue library materials. The goal is to have these items brought back to the library so other people can enjoy them. More...

Classical Christmas Concert At Our Lady Of Loretto

The TreasureHouse Chorale and Chamber Orchestra, along with New York Metropolitan Opera Dramatic Soprano Janet Hopkins, Organist Lana Kollath and professional soloists under the direction of Joseph Nigro, will be presenting a Christmas concert on Dec More...

New Paltz Ballet Theatre To Perform The Nutcracker At Bardavon

Giant fighting mice, sugar plum fairies and huge toy soldiers will soon be dancing on the Bardavon stage. It is time once again to take the magical journey of The Nutcracker. More...

Library Receives Young Explorer Computer

The Howland Public Library in Beacon is pleased to announce the arrival of a new addition to the Children More...

"Hudson Valley Holiday" Coming To Eisenhower Hall

The United States Military Academy Concert Band, Jazz Knights and the Mid-Hudson Ballet Company will present Hudson Valley Holiday, a gala performance of seasonal selections for all. More...

Potluck Concerts Do Something Fishy

"Animal Night" is the theme of the next Potluck Concert to be presented on Friday, December 6 at 7:30 pm at the Cornwall Presbyterian Church. More...

Howland Library Seeks Tutors

Howland Public Library on 313 Main St. in Beacon is seeking volunteer tutors to donate one or two hours per week at the library for students who need one-on-one help in a particular subject area. More...

Historical Society To Present Parent And Child Victorian Tea Party

The Historical Society of Newburgh Bay and the Highlands will present a Parent and Child Victorian Tea Party on Saturday, December 14, at the Crawford House, 189 Montgomery Street, Newburgh. More...

Foundry Museum’s Annual Holiday Party Enhances Tradition With Full Range of Family Activities

Traditionally the Family Holiday party offered at the Foundry School Museum by the Putnam County Historical Society greets the holiday season with an old-fashioned accent. More...

Performance Poet Appears At Depot Theatre

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Butterfield Library To Host Holiday Party

The Butterfield Library will hold its annual Holiday Party on Saturday, December 14th at 12 pm. Children of all ages are invited to visit the library to listen to storyteller Jonathan Kruk tell his holiday tales. More...

Miracle on 34th Street To Be Shown At Bardavon

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Beary Merry Holidays Coming To Local Bear Den

Neither rain nor snow nor gloom of day will stop the pair of bears at Trailside Museums & Wildlife Center from unwrapping their packages filled with holiday treats on Saturday, December 21. More...

Mount Gulian To Host Candlelight Celebration

On Saturday, December 28th and Sunday, December 29th, Mount Gulian will host its annual Holiday Candlelight Celebration from 6 to 8:30 pm. More...

Gilded Age Christmas at Staatsburgh State Historic Site

Staatsburgh (formerly Mills Mansion) State Historic Site invites you to take a trip back in time to experience Christmas 1902, when Theodore Roosevelt was president and his namesake toy, the teddy bear, had just been introduced. More...

Renaissance Ensemble To Perform At Peekskill Museum

The 10-member Renaissance Vocal Ensemble will sing two once forgotten songs from original 1850s sheet music found among Peekskill Museum archives on Sunday, December 15th starting at 2:30 pm at the Museum located at 124 Union Ave. More...

Celebrate Holiday Season At Mount Gulian

Mount Gulian Historic Site, Fishkill, welcomes visitors on Sunday afternoons in December to tour the homestead decorated for Christmas. More...

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