October 4, 2006 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Hudson River School and Scenic Preservation: Talk Presented by Museum of The Hudson Highlands

On Thursday, October 12, at 7:30pm at Painter's Tavern, Hudson Street, Cornwall-on- Hudson, the Museum of the Hudson HIghlands Fall Evening Speakers Series will present a program entitled "The Hudson River School and Scenic Preservation." More...

Joan Jonas Restages Major Performace Artwork at Dia

Multimedia and performance artist Joan Jonas will restage The Shape, the Scent, the Feel of Things, following the overwhelming success of its 2005 premier, at Dia:Beacon, Riggio Galleries. More...

A Celebration of World Music, Dance and Song Interactive Concerts sponsored by Reed Memorial Library, Carmel

Viola virtuoso Midhat Serbagi, and an ensemble of NYC musicians along with special guest artist David Amram will perform along with other guests including a children's choir and dancers from A E Dance Studio of Mahopac. More...

Heart Gallery Exhibit to be Displayed at Mahopac Library

In honor of National Adoption Month, Putnam County Department of Social Services, in collaboration with other Departments in the Hudson Valley, will present the Second Annual Heart Gallery of Mid- Hudson. More...

Boscobel's Apple Shindig Celebrates Fall

"An Apple Shindig and Harvest Pot Luck Supper," sponsored by The Friends of Boscobel, will be held at Boscobel on Saturday, October 14. More...

Award Recipients to be Honored at the Putnam Valley Library Awards Brunch

The Putnam Valley Library Board of Trustees is pleased to announce their selection of Donald Laurence as the recipient of the 2006 Virginia M. Connolly Volunteer Community Service Award for Distinguished Volunteer Public Service. More...

Cornell Extension Garden and Landscaping Courses on Tap at Adult Ed Programs

Fall is a perfect time for renovating your garden, using its beauty to decorate your home, settling it down for the winter and de-coding plant myths. More...

Peekskill History to be Celebrated with Peekskill Heroes Month

October has been being declared Peekskill Heroes Month with a historic series of Saturday events focusing on John Paulding and Henry Ward Beecher, two local residents with profound national influence. More...

The FDR Presidential Library and Museum Offers Tours of Research Room for "Archives Week"

In celebration of Archives Week 2006, the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library will be offering escorted tours to the Research Room on Saturday, October 14, from 9:30am to 4:00pm. More...

Fish Library Sponsors Hudson River Art Workshop for Adults

The Alice Curtis Desmond and Hamilton Fish Library will sponsor an art workshop for adults on the shore of the Hudson River taught by Nina T. Elton on Saturday, October 7th from 10am to 1pm. More...

Special Halloween Exhibit at Gallery 475 and Back Room Gallery in Beacon

A group of artists will be exhibiting various works in several mediums and sizes for the annual Special Halloween Exhibit at the Back Room Gallery and Gallery 475, at 475 Main Street, Beacon, from October 12-30th. More...

Big Band Is Back as "Switch In Time" Appears at Putnam Valley Sunset Series

Imagine looking over the picturesque landscape of Putnam Valley's beautiful park, while tapping your toes to the Big Band sound. More...

Caring for Injured and Orphaned Wild Birds: Tales from the Front Lines, a Talk by Wild Bird Rehabilitation Expert Suzie Gilbert at Desmond-Fish Library

In the words of Garrison resident Suzie Gilbert: "It wasn't much of a stretch for me to go from birder to bird rehabilitator. To me, birds are the most miraculous creatures on the planet. More...

Manitoga Celebrates Announcement of $20,000 Legislative Member Grant at Annual Benefit Luncheon

On Sunday, October 2nd, Senator Vincent Leibell announced his award of a $20,000 Legislative Member Grant to Manitoga/The Russel Wright Design Center. More...

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