May 16, 2007 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Afternoon Tea with Mrs. Dyckman at Boscobel

On Saturday, June 2, from 2 to 3:30pm., Boscobel, the elegant Federal-style house museum in Garrison, is presenting a unique program, an "Afternoon Tea with Mrs. More...

Butterfield Library Hosts Annual Big Truck Day

The Butterfield Library's third annual Big Truck Day will be held on Sunday, June 3, 2007 from 11am-2pm. Last year with the generous support of the community, the Library raised over $1,800 for the Library. More...

Doansburg Chamber Ensemble Announces Summer Concerts

The Doansburg Chamber Ensemble will be performing in Putnam County during the coming months as follows: July 7 and 8 Trio of violin, flute and piano. More...

Flying Swine Presents Second in a Series of Porcine Previews at Depot Theatre

Flying Swine, the Hudson Valley's most exciting new professional theatre, presents the second in a series of Porcine Previews ( pre-production readings of a plethora of plays). More...

Desmond-Fish Library Survey in the Mail

All residents of Philipstown should have recently received a green and white newsletter, Ex Libris, from the Desmond- Fish Library. It contains information about the library and also a short survey, which should only take a few minutes to fill out. More...

"Feet, Hooves and Rails: Transportation in Nineteenth Century America" Lecture at PCHS

Please come to the Putnam County Historical Society for "Feet, Hooves and Rails: Transportation in Nineteenth Century America",. a lecture by Dr. J. Ward Reagan on May 19 at 2pm at the Putnam County Historical Society & Foundry School Museum. More...

PHILIPSTOWN POTPOURRI

"RAGE ATTIRED IN WHITE"

EPILOGUE A "total snowfall" graph, (assumedly undrifted snow) associated with the N.A.S.A./ Goddard Space Flight Center, had indicated that the Hudson Valley, north of White Plains, and as far north as Saratoga Springs, had been the most severely More...

Jo Pitkin, William Butler Yeats Featured in Poetry Series at Depot Theatre

Cold Spring poet Jo Pitkin will read from her new poetry book, The Measure at the latest edition of Poetry: Past, Present and Future on Sunday May 27 at 4pm at the Philipstown Depot Theatre. More...

Garrison Art Center Opens Studio Shop

Garrison Art Center is excited to announce the opening of the studio shop. The studio shop is located at the south end of GAC. It will feature some fabulous new pottery, hot out of the kilns, by GAC ceramic instructors, and assistants. More...

The Jazz Age Returns to the Desmond-Fish Library

On Saturday, May 19th at 2pm jazz vocalist Michelle Leblanc will present a concert entitled The Jazz Age at the Desmond-Fish Library. She will be accompanied by bass player Bill Crow, Tom Kohl, and Joe Stelluti. More...

Defensive Driving Course Offered at The Butterfield Library

The Julia L. Butterfield Memorial Library will host an Empire Safety Council Accident Prevention Workshop on Saturday, May 19th at 9am until 3pm. More...

"No Strings Marionette Company" Returns to the Howland Cultural Center

The Howland Cultural Center and The Howland Public Library decided not to wait until the holiday season in December to have the fabulous "No Strings Marionettes" from Randolph, Vermont return to the Hudson Valley. More...

Beacon Art Salon's Inaugural Meeting

A dozen artists and art enthusiasts met at Chtonic Clash coffeehouse in April for its first meeting. More...

Jan Aiello in Solo Show at Flat Iron Gallery

The Flat Iron Gallery of Peekskill is proud to announce that it will have its first solo exhibit of Croton artist, Jan Aiello's richly colored impressionistic oil paintings, entitled New York Landscapes". An artist's reception will be held Sat. More...

Weekly Poll

Considering the recent rash of vandalism at Butterfield, are you in favor of fencing the property until demolition begins?




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