November 2, 2005 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

Clarinet and Harp Recital Performed by Staff Sergeant Roy Sinclair Hackett

The United States Military Academy Band More...

Mount Saint Mary College to Present Comedy

Mount Saint Mary College will present a student production of the comedy More...

Mount Saint Mary College Presents Piano Recital

Mount Saint Mary College will present a piano recital by Franz Vezuli at 4 pm. Thursday, November 3, in Aquinas 122, the music room of Aquinas Hall. The recital is free and the public is welcome. More...

Van Brunt Gallery Offers Christie Scheele Landscapes

A place is much more than a location. In the hands of Christie Scheele, a landscape painting is much more than the representation of a place. In Scheele More...

Holiday Whodunit and Festivities Hosted at Staatsburgh State Historic Site

Staatsburgh State Historic Site and the Friends of Mills Mansion are pleased to invite you back in time to the Gilded Age of the early 1900s. More...

Dutchess Christian Women’s Club to Meet

The Dutchess County Christian Women More...

Customer Choice Meetings Will Inform Customers of Energy Options

Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation will host a series of informational meetings in Dutchess, Orange and Ulster counties beginning next week on Customer Choice, or the ability of natural gas and electric customers to choose independent energy s More...

Hospice Care in Westchester and Putnam Celebrating National Hospice Month

In honor of the nation More...

New Yorkers Can Sign Up for Heating Assistance Program

Program provides $236 million to help seniors and families reduce energy costs

The Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP), which assists lower-income seniors and families with heating costs in the winter, will begin accepting applications on Tuesday, November 1 with the county department of social services beginning next week. More...

Private First Class Nicholas Vetere Returns From Iraq

PFC Nicholas Vetere, a 2002 Haldane graduate, recently returned with his unit to Fort Lewis on September 26th. More...

November 12th Day of Pampering for Women Soon Approaching

Where can you go to have a delicious breakfast; learn about self-healing, love and forgiveness from an energy healer; enjoy lunch with Kacey from WHUD while overlooking the scenic Hudson River; and go home in the afternoon laughing so much your face More...

Marie Wieck of Cold Spring Recognized by Society of Women Engineers for Inspiration in Work/Life Balance

Software Group VP Recognized for Promoting Balance of Work and Personal Commitments at IBM

IBM recently announced that the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) has awarded the prestigious Work/Life Balance Award to Marie Wieck, vice president, WebSphere platform. More...

Wetlands Hike Led by Local Naturalist Beth Herr

Join neighbor and naturalist Beth Herr at the Putnam County Land Trust More...

Senior Menu

Cold Spring Friendship Center 265-3952 Putnam Valley Friendship Center More...

Kelly Moore and Charles Giametta Will Marry

George and Maureen (McCann) Moore, formerly of Cold Spring, are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter, Kelly Irene, to Charles Giametta, son of Jean Giametta of Marlboro, NY and Charles Giametta of Florida. More...

Veteran’s Day Concert Features Local Tappers

The Estelle & Alfonso Dancers have been invited to perform with the United States Military Concert Band at Eisenhower Hall Theatre, West Point. The performance will be a More...

Miami String Quartet to Perform at Howland Center

Howland Center The Howland Chamber Music Circle is happy to announce that it secured a return engagement by the Miami String Quartet. Having played at the Howland Center in the Circle More...

Pianist to Conduct Master Class at Howland Center

This season the Howland Cultural Center is pleased to introduce master classes following the piano and violin concerts in its series More...

Boscobel to Host Young Gardeners Workshops

On Saturday, November 12, Boscobel will have an entertaining hands-on workshop for young gardeners six and older. There will be two sessions, one from 10 am to noon, and one from 2 to 4 pm. The workshops, led by Boscobel More...

Philipstown Concerts Presents Excerpts from “The Merry Widow”

Philipstown Concerts concludes the Fall music series on Sunday, November 6th, 2005 when the ever-popular Gilbert and Sullivan Musical Theater Company will perform excerpts from Franz Lehar More...

Stony Kill Offers Outdoor Programs

Fall is a fantastic time to get outdoors and enjoy nature. Stony Kill Farm Environmental Education Center offers programs for the young, the old and the in between! More...

Open Heart String Quartet Will Play at Depot Theatre

Violinists Gwen Laster and Pam Read, violist Cynthia Ligenza and cellist Abby Luby are the members of the current community string quartet. More...

MSMC Presents Sessions on Centering Prayer

Mount Saint Mary College will present a day-long session on centering prayer Saturday, November 12, at the Desmond Campus. Six additional sessions will take place from 12:30 pm, Mondays in November and December. More...

State Housing Sales Reach Record Level While Putnam County Numbers Drop

Sales of existing single-family homes in New York State as a whole reached a record level for the month of September, marking the second consecutive month a record has been set, according to preliminary single-family sales data accumulated by the New More...

Westchester Social Services Hosts Program for Foster and Adoptive Parents

Westchester County Department of Social Services in conjunction with Westchester County Foster and Adoptive Parents Association, Inc. More...

Keep Putnam Beautiful Advisory Council Meeting Invites Participation

With the support of Robert J. Bondi, Putnam County Executive, and the County Legislature, a new initiative has been announced to improve the quality of life in Putnam County. More...

State Announces Grant Program for Historic Barns

The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation recently announced the availability of barn restoration grant applications for the 2005-2006 New York State Barns Restoration and Preservation Program. More...

Annual Tree of Life Celebrations Set to Kick Off the Holiday Season

Remembering those special people both past and present who have touched our lives is a very important part of the holiday season. More...

St. Mary’s Remembrance Day Service to Honor Deceased Loved Ones

For the fourth consecutive year, the Episcopal Church of St. Mary-in-the-Highlands of Cold Spring are inviting the public to attend an ecumenical Service of Remembrance, honoring the deceased loved ones of local residents, to be held at St. Mary More...

Talk of the Town

There were a bunch of black limousines outside of Cathryn More...

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