March 14, 2007 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Grace Knowlton to Give Gallery Talk at Garrison Arts Center

Garrison Art Center is pleased to host a gallery talk by Grace Knowlton who currently has an exhibition of giclee prints of photographs, Bones, in the Anita Hart Balter Gallery. The talk will be on Sunday, March 18 at 3pm. More...

Haldane Teacher Anne Kane Presents a Talk on Cather Novel at Butterfield Library

Anne Kane, a Haldane English teacher, will present a Book Talk at the Butterfield Library on March 21st on Death Comes for the Archbishop by Willa Cather. The presentation will be held from 7- 9pm. More...

Encounters with Pablo Neruda: New Exhibit at bau Beacon

Consisting of experimental and investigative prints influenced by the writings of Pablo Neruda, this exhibition is a mixture of highly personal visions and the unpredictable results of a shared exploration of text and imagery. More...

Charlotte's Web Spins into the Depot Theatre

Wilbur jumps for joy, Charlotte dances through her web and Fern learns that people can be just as nice as animals. E.B. White's classic tale is dramatized by kids in grades 2-6, creating the miracle of spring and new life. More...

Putnam Chorale's Second Annual Pops Concert Features Cole Porter and Antonio Carlos Jobim

The Putnam Chorale, under the direction of Dr. Douglas Anderson, is presenting their first program on Sunday, March 25, 2007. More...

Fifth Installation in Agnes Martin Retrospective on View at Dia:Beacon

The fifth and final installment in an ongoing series of exhibitions devoted to Agnes Martin's work, " Homage to [a] Life: Paintings 1990- 2004," will be on view at Dia:Beacon, Riggio Galleries, from April 6 through November 26, 2007. More...

Music for Violin, Flute, Voice and Piano at Marist

The Music at Marist Concert Series is proud to present a joint concert of music for violin, flute, voice and piano on March 21 at 8pm in the Performing Arts Room of the Student Center. More...

Daedalus Quartet Returns Howland Center

The Howland Chamber Music Circle presents a return engagement of the Daedalus Quartet on March 25. More...

Benefit Performance for Sisters at Graymoor

Director, Joel Goss, Music Director Tom McCoy and Friends of Graymoor invite all to the fourth annual benefit for the Franciscan Sisters of the Atonement at Graymoor. More...

Cold Spring Singer Songwriter Thomas Earl to Debut New CD at Chthonic Clash Coffeehouse

Singer/songwriter and BMI recording artist, Thomas Earl will be appearing at the Chthonic Clash Coffeehouse in Beacon at 8 pm this Friday, March 16th. More...

Sundance Film, Everything's Cool, Has Hudson Valley Premiere at Poughkeepsie Day School

Everything's Cool, a documentary by Poughkeepsie Day School alumnus, Daniel B. More...

Butterfield Library Welcomes 4-H Puppeteers on Child Safety Day

The 4-H Puppeteers will return to the Julia L. Butterfield Library on Saturday, March 24th at 11am for a performance guaranteed to entertain children of all ages. More...

Auditions for Depot Theatre Production of Sondheim's "A Little Night Music"

The Philipstown Depot Theatre will be holding auditions for a production of Stephen Sondheim's " A Little Night Music," directed by James O'Barr, on Saturday, March 31, and Sunday, April 1, 12- 3pm. More...

Depot Docs: "The Boy in the Bubble:" Days of Miracle and Wonder?

We are living in a golden age of documentary film. More...

Help Others Discover Good Design at Manitoga

Each year, the Daily Tour at Manitoga/The Russel Wright Design Center gives thousands of visitors a first-hand opportunity to experience Russel Wright's creativity and his passion for living in harmony with nature. More...

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