May 31, 2006 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Civil War Living History Weekend to be Offered at Hill-Hold

The 15th New York Volunteer Calvary is proud to announce the 9th annual Living History weekend at Hill-Hold, June 10th and 11th from 10 am to 4 pm. More...

Hill-Hold Museum to Host Young Ladies Tea

Hill-Hold museum will host its annual Young Ladies Tea, June 17th on the beautiful front lawn of the 1769 Thomas Bull homestead. More...

Suzi Tortora Dancing Dialogue Dancers to Perform at The Philipstown Depot Theater

Suzi Tortora's dance students ranging in age from 2 year-olds to adults will again share the stage this year performing "Dancing thru the Ages Traveling down the Hudson River to NYC" at the Philipstown Depot Theatre on Friday, June 2 at 7 pm and Satu More...

David Lilburne Elected President of Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America

The Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America (ABAA) is the premier trade organization for antiquarian booksellers in the US and is the national affiliate of the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers, where they join with 20 other nati More...

Belle Levine Gallery Hosts Art After Seventy-Five June Exhibit

Putnam Arts Council invites the public to enjoy the creative efforts of working artists seventy-five and older at our 14th annual Art After Seventy-Five exhibit. All are welcome at the opening reception, Sunday, June 11th from 24pm. More...

Dance Performance Offers Global View at East Fishkill Community Library

Join the East Fishkill Library as their Dance Around the World series culminates with the final performance on Sunday, June 11 at 3 pm. More...

Old World Weaving Children's Workshop to be Held at Southeast Museum

On Saturday, June 3rd at 10:30 am and again at 1 pm, the Southeast Museum will hold an Old World Weaving Children's Workshop. Learn the history of weaving and make a woven mat using the tools and techniques of weavers from days gone by. More...

Mount Gulian Presents Historic Gardens of the Hudson Valley

Andra Sramek, Ornamental and Garden Supervisor at the Culinary Institute of America, will give a slide presentation on some of the premier historic gardens in the Hudson Valley at Mount Gulian Historic Site, Fishkill, Sunday afternoon, June 4th at 1: More...

Botanical Gardens and Arthur Avenue Daytrip Hosted by Howland Center

Beacon's Howland Cultural Center is hosting a daytrip to the The New York Botanical Gardens with a stop at Arthur Avenue in The Bronx on Tuesday, June 20. More...

Seafood Barbecue to be Held on Constitution Island

Constitution Island Association will hold its second annual Seafood Barbecue at Constitution Island on Saturday, June 24 from 5 to 8pm. The Gala will honor Senator Vincent L. More...

GAC Rock 4 to Open at University Settlement

Come see all your favorite High School and College bands play at GAC Rock, presented by the Garrison Art Center, Saturday June 3rd, at the University Settlement in Beacon, Route 9. Everyone is welcome. More...

Mount Gulian to Celebrate Father's Day

Mount Gulian Historic Site, Fishkill, offers free admission to fathers on Father's Day, Sunday, June 18th. Tours of the historic house, Dutch barn, and restored garden will be given between 1 and 5 pm with the last tour at 4. More...

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