April 11, 2007 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Earth Day Celebration at Stony Kill

Celebrate Earth Day at Stony Kill Environmental Farm. The public is invited to join Stony Kill staff in planting trees at the center, and a DEC forester will give a demonstration of proper tree planting techniques. More...

Photographs of Belize and Anasazi in Dual Exhibit at Wild Wood Gallery

Two photographers, Jane Marcy and Bill Jagde, will offer a unique look into two diverse parts of the world in an exhibit at Wild Wood Gallery in Beacon, which opens Saturday, April 14th. The photographs will remain on display until May 6th. More...

Story-Telling at East Fishkill Library

On Tuesday, April 10th at 7pm there will be a program entitled "Wisdom in the Telling: Lessons learned from stories." Lorraine Hartin-Gelardi, a professional storyteller, will present an evening of stories from across the globe. More...

Putnam Chorale Annouces Second Program in Spring Concert Series

The Putnam Chorale, under the direction of Dr. Douglas Anderson, announces the second program of their Spring Concert Series. More...

Westchester Oratorio Society Closes Season with Dido and Aeneas

Westchester Oratorio Society, under its Artistic Director, Harold Rosenbaum, will present Henry Purcell's Dido and Aeneas and some favorite Bach cantata choruses for their final concert of their 10th season. More...

Musical by Local Resident Goldee Greene to be Performed in NYC

AMAS Musical Theatre's Rosetta LeNoire Musical Theatre Academy presents the World Premiere of SPRANG THANG or "The preposterous life of a sadly misunderstood black womanchile artist, coming of age in the mountains and valleys of the late ninetee More...

Mount Saint Mary College Presents Spring Poetry Series

Mount Saint Mary College in Newburgh will present its annual Spring Poetry Series with presentations Tuesday (April 17) with Cold Spring's Jo Pitkin and Thursday (April 19) with Peekskill's Suzanne Cleary at 3:45pm in Curtin Memorial Library. More...

Dutchess Brass Performs Jazz at East Fishkill Library

Dutchess Brass, a group of local professional musicians, will present a program to celebrate brass music through the ages at the East Fishkill Community Library on Sunday, April 22, at 3pm. More...

The Greencards Bring Americana Music Sounds to Depot Theatre April 19

The Greencards latest release, Viridian, reached #1 on Billboard's Bluegrass charts several weeks ago. More...

Southeast Museum Announces new Railroad Exhibit

The Southeast Museum will hold its 44th Annual Meeting of the Membership on Wednesday, April 18, 2007 at 7pm. The meeting will be held at the Southeast Museum, 67 Main Street, Brewster . More...

Butterfield Library Quilt Raffle Winner Announced

The Butterfield Library Quilting Guild has announced that the winner of the wall hanging quilt Images of the Hudson Valley'is Cold Spring resident Peter Downey. The quilt was hand-stitched by the Butterfield Library Quilting Guild. More...

Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art Presents First Look II

On Saturday May 12, 2007, the Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art (HVCCA) will host a closing event for First Look II, the second installment of its critically acclaimed exhibition bringing together the most promising young talent from prest More...

The Art of Persuasion Visual Exhibit at Paramount Center

The Art of Persuasion exhibition of prints organized by The New York Society of Etchers will be traveling over the next two years to several already scheduled destinations. More...

Hudson Valley Ruins Authors to Speak at Historical Society Annual Meeting

Thomas E. Rinaldi and Robert J. Yasinsac, authors of Hudson Valley Ruins: Forgotten Landmarks of an American Landscape, will speak at the annual members meeting of the Putnam County Historical Society & Foundry School Museum. More...

Knitting Group to Meet Monthly at East Fishkill Library

Love to knit, or want to learn,? Come to the East Fishkill Community Library on Wednesday, April 11, 2007 at 7pm. This group is scheduled to meet the second Wednesday of each month for two hours of fiber fun. More...

American Girl Program at Howland Library

Children between the ages of 7-12 years old are invited to the Howland Public Library in Beacon to attend a special American Girl Program & Craft on Saturday, April 21st from 2:15- 3:15pm. More...

George Conrad, Tenor, in Concert at Howland Center

On Saturday, April 14, at 7pm, George Conrad, tenor, will present a recital of 19th and early 20th century songs at the Howland Cultural Center. He will be accompanied by Joel Flowers, pianist. More...

"The Joy of Spring - Perennials in Bloom" Program at Desmond-Fish Library

Perennial specialist Kent Russell is back by popular demand. Russell will be lecturing at the Desmond-Fish Library in Garrison on Sunday, April 29, 2007 at 1pm. Some of you may have attended Mr. More...

Professional Development Work Shops for Artists

Information Session at Garrison Art Center - April 18

On Wednesday April 18 at 6pm at Garrison Art Center, Nina Carlson, Director of Education at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield CT, will introduce Radius, a professional practice series that promotes the growth and interests of regional More...

Luminosity Watercolors by Alex Travis at RiverWinds Gallery

RiverWinds Gallery, 172 Main Street in Beacon, is delighted to present the vivid watercolors of Alix Travis. With broad strokes, she transforms her subject with light, color and emotion. More...

An Inconvenient Truth Screening and No Fines at PV Library During National Library Week

April 15-21 is National Library Week. During that week the Library will offer an amnesty period for fines. Their goal is to encourage library users to check around their homes and return overdue books, videos, audio books, etc. More...

Billabongs and Butcherbirds: Natural History Tour of Australia at Desmond-Fish Library

Intrigued by these curious names? Thinking (or dreaming) of a trip to the great 'down under'? Well then, take a slideillustrated talking-tour of Australia this Saturday, April 14 at the Desmond-Fish Library (Rtes 403 & 9D, Garrison). More...

Local Women Big Part of Mamapalooza: Festival for Moms who Rock

Mamapalooza, the premier international organization for Women in the Arts who are raising children is presenting the Mamapalooza Creativity & Lifestyles Conference, the first international symposium for Performing Mothers In the Arts. More...

Manitoga/The Russel Wright Design Center Begins Tour Season

The snow has finally melted, the waterfall is flowing and Manitoga/The Russel Wright Design Center in Garrison is gearing up for the 2007 Manitoga Daily Tour season, which opens this Saturday, April 14. More...

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