January 29, 2003 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Fine Art Exhibit And 2nd Saturday Event Scheduled At The Back Room Gallery

The Back Room Gallery in Beacon will be featuring a New Fine Art Exhibit of oil paintings, pastels, original Fine Art prints, bronze and clay sculptures, and other mediums by local artists from March 6 to March 30. More...

Vincent Pomilio Paintings and Works on Paper On View at the Van Brunt Gallery

Mermaid Parade Photos by Dakin Roy also to be shown. More...

GAC’s Life Drawing Class Exhibits Work

GAC announces an exhibition of drawings and paintings in the Anita Hart Balter Gallery by the participants of Garrison Art Center More...

Garrison Art Center Announces Winter Schedule of Classes

GAC Winter 2003 classes are beginning; and with the new expanded schedule and variety of classes, there is sure to be something for everyone to help unfreeze the winter blues! More...

Tribute To Thelonius Monk To Be Held In New Windsor

Jazz saxophonist Gary McCourry will collaborate with local musicians on Sunday, February 2nd at 2:30 pm in a concert of compositions by the legendary Thelonius Monk at King of Kings Lutheran Church, 543 Union Avenue in New Windsor. More...

Marist To Host U.S. Military Brass Quintet

The Regimental Brass Quintet from the United States Military Academy Band will present a varied concert of Brass ensemble music at "Music at Marist" on Wednesday, February 12 at 8 pm. More...

"Spirit Of Winter" Celebration Coming To Howland Cultural Center

Classical music, folk music, poetry, wine and cheese will highlight Common Ground Farm More...

Beacon’s Third "Second Saturday" Celebration To Be Held Feb. 8th

The Beacon Arts Community Association (BACA) has announced its plans for the third in a year-long series of "Second Saturday" celebrations in Beacon. More...

GAC Opens 2003 Season With Photographs by Bryan D’Alessandro

GAC is pleased to open the 2003 exhibition calendar in the GAC Gallery with the extraordinary pinhole photographs by Bryan D More...

Butterfield Library Increases Hours and Services

In order to make the library more accessible to the community, The Julia L. Butterfield Memorial Library is pleased to announce that they will increase library hours effective February 1, 2003. More...

Fishkill Historical Society Presents Benefit Concert - "Rustles of Spring"

While enduring the recent weeks of bitter cold, it can be comforting to be thinking of the "Rustles Of Spring" especially the stirrings which are conjured up by the melodies of Christian Sinding, the Norwegian composer who taught at Eastman More...

FDR Birthday Celebration Marks Start Of Busy 2003 At Library And Museum

Proceeds from Birthday Ball to benefit March of Dimes

The Franklin D. Roosevelt Historic Site and the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library will commemorate the 121st birthday of Franklin D. Roosevelt on Thursday, January 30, 2003. More...

Marist Art Gallery To Feature "Frequencies"

The Marist College Art Gallery will host its next exhibition, "Frequencies," from January 30 through March 1. An opening reception will be held in the Gallery on January 30 from 4 to 6 pm. More...

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