May 24, 2006 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Summertime Fun Offered at Stony Kill Farm

The world around us has come alive. Join Stony Kill Farm Environmental Education Center for some fun in the sun and shade. These programs are fit for the whole family. More...

Tony Moore: Who Knows Why?

In Tony Moore's latest sculpture installation, a provocative assemblage of approximately 150 clay body casts of his own head, we are treated to an experience of tremendous power and relevance for our times. More...

Butterfield Library Hosts an Evening With Kazim Ali and Harriet Levin

The Julia L. Butterfield Library is thrilled to host an evening of poetry with two award-winning writers. This event, to be held Wednesday, May 31st at 7 pm, will feature readings by Kazim Ali and Harriet Levin. More...

Butterfield Library Hosts Annual Big Truck Day

The Butterfield Library's second annual Big Truck Day will be held on Sunday, June 4, 2006 from 11 am - 2 pm. Last year with the generous support of the community, the library raised over $1,800 for the Children's Room. More...

Manitoga's Summer Nature and Design Camp Appoints Naturalist Carrie Swail As New Director

Hiking and nature a focus

Manitoga's Summer Nature and Design Camp is pleased to announce the appointment of outdoor educator Carrie Swail as their new Camp Director. More...

Children's Discovery Center Sells Benefit Tickets to Broadway Shows

The Putnam Children's Discovery Center has tickets to some of Broadway's best shows. All tickets are priced below the box office so this is a win-win situation. More...

Spectacular Highlands Setting Set For Chapel Lawn Party

The Garrison estate of Nina Collins and Marek Fludzinski, a commanding sweep of lawn, gardens and lake with spectacular views to the Hudson River and south to the Bear Mountain Bridge, is the setting for the annual party to benefit the Chapel Of Our More...

Alaska on the Hudson: Zen Teacher Kurt Hoelting Presents at the Garrison Institute

This Thursday, May 25 at 6:30pm Alaskan wilderness retreat leader and Zen teacher Kurt Hoelting, who has traveled to Philipstown from his home in Washington state, will be a presenter at the Garrison Institute's public conversation event, "The River, More...

Local Singer Songwriter Dana Edelman to Perform at

Singer/Songwriter Dana Edelman celebrates the release of his newest CD, "Mile 23" with Segue Records, at his Saturday, June 3rd concert at the Philipstown Depot Theatre. More...

Riverkeeper Shadfest Enthralled Audience

The Riverkeeper Shadfest held at Boscobel this past Sunday attracted nearly 800 people, including actress Uma Thurman (shown here with her children) as they watch the falconry demonstration given by Brian Bradley from the Hudson Valley Raptor Center. More...

Lecture Hosted on Neutral Ground in Westchester During Revolutionary War

On Friday, June 9th at 7 pm, Stony Point Battlefield State Historic Site hosts a lecture given by Eleanor Phillips Brackbill where she explores the issue of maintaining neutrality during war with an in depth look at one family living in Westchester C More...

Howland Public Library Film Series Features The Fountainhead

On Friday, May 26 at 7 pm, The Howland Public Library Film series will be showing More...

Haynes and Harkness Perform at The Southeast Museum

The Southeast Museum is proud to present Haynes and Harkness on Saturday June 10, 2006 at 3pm. This duo is the perfect blend of rhythm and melodic beauty. Jeff Haynes More...

Cold Spring Resident Michael Mell Publishes Book

Entertainment Technology Press is pleased to announce the publication of More...

Museum Celebrates Symbols

On Saturday June 10 and Sunday, June 11 from noon until 4 pm the Museum of the Hudson Highlands will celebrate Symbols of New York with a grand opening in the Ogden Gallery at the Museum's Boulevard Location, Cornwallon Hudson. More...

Snapping Turtle Walk to Be Presented at Boscobel

Some very unusual visitors arrive at Boscobel each year in June, and they make Boscobel's lush and spacious lawn their home for a brief time. More...

Local Theatrical Duo Head "Musical Waters"

Bob and Ellen Chase's "Musical Waters" brought this couple to Poughkeepsie in 1959 when Eleanor Roosevelt introduced the Mid-Hudson Ballet Co., (artistic directors Estelle & Alfonso), to the public in a performance of Warsaw Concerto featuring the ba More...

Cornell Coop Offers Gardening Seminar

Invasives in the Garden, a Great Gardening seminar presented by Cornell Cooperative Extension, will be held at the Mahopac Public Library on Thursday, June 8 at 7 pm. Learn how to recognize the secret More...

Garrison Art Center Opens with Two Exhibitions in June

Garrison Art Center announces the opening of two exciting exhibitions as part of GAC's anniversary celebrating 40 years of art. Julie Messenger, an award winning botanical watercolorist from Scituate, MA. More...

Auditions for Fantastiks to be Held at the Depot Theatre

Monday May 29th and Tuesday May 30th from 7-9pm director Harold Heno and musical director Tom McCoy will be holding auditions for all parts. Please be prepared to sing and read sides from the script. More...

Taconic Opera Presents Boito's Mefistofele

The Taconic Opera will be presenting Arrigo Boito's More...

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