June 13, 2007 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Bearcats Jazz Band in Concert

The Landmarks Preservation Society of Southeast will present the Bearcats Jazz Band in concert at the Old Southeast Church, Route 22, Brewster, on Sunday, June 17, 2007 at 3pm. Tickets are $10 at the door; children free. More...

Letterboxing at Howland Library

Beacon…In conjunction with the Summer Reading Program "Get a Clue @ Your Library!", Howland Public Library in Beacon will present "Get a Clue…and Go Letterboxing" on Thursday, June 28th from 1- 2:30pm. More...

Art After Seventy-Five Exhibit at Putnam National Golf Club Features Older Artists

Putnam Arts Council is pleased to announce their current exhibit at Putnam National Golf Club in Mahopac, featuring the creative efforts of working artists seventy-five and older at our 15th annual ART AFTER SEVENTY-FIVE exhibit. More...

Kids Can Get a Clue @ Your Library at Desmond Fish This Summer

Other workshops include music, story/ puppet theater and crafts

Get a clue @Your Library will be the theme of the Summer Reading Program this year at the Desmond-Fish Library and will include crime scene investigations, geocaching and a Web Treasure Hunt. More...

An Evening of Verse at The Butterfield Library

The Julia L. Butterfield Library will host an evening of verse with nationally-known poets Frannie Lindsay and Paul Violi on Monday, June 18, at 7pm. A book signing and reception will follow the reading. This reading is free to the public. More...

Flying Swine Presents Inventing van Gogh Reading at Depot Theatre

Flying Swine presents the third in a series of Porcine Previews (pre-production readings of a plethora of plays). Inventing van Gogh, by Steven Dietz will be read this Saturday, June 16 at the Philipstown Depot Theatre in Garrison, at 7:30pm. More...

Flat Iron Gallery Presents Ceramic Vessels and Watercolor Paintings by Sally Aldrich

The Flat Iron Gallery of Peekskill is proud to announce that it will have its fourth solo exhibit of Ridgefield, CT. More...

Hudson Valley Native American Archaeology Lecture at Putnam County Historical Society

What do archaeological artifacts tell us about the Native Americans who lived in our backyards thousands of years ago? More...

County Players Holding Auditions for I Hate Hamlet

Auditions will be held for the County Players September 2007 production of I Hate Hamlet. Casting 3 men ages 25- 50 and 3 women ages 20 to 60+. More...

Monsoon Wedding to Screen at Howland Public Library Film Series

On Friday, June 29 at 7pm, the Howland Public Library Film Series will be showing Monsoon Wedding (2001) free to the public. More...

Art Classes for Kids and Adults Sponsored by Putnam Arts Council

There will be summer art programs for all ages programmed by the Putnam Arts Council. The Kids Summer Art Program is entitled "Express Yourself", and will take place from July 2-26, Monday through Thursday, with flexible scheduling. More...

Hans Martin Fleischer and Viola Manigk performed at Marina Gallery

Berlin singer Viola Manigk and guitar-player Hans Martin Fleischer share a long friendship and one favorite piece of music stands out for them in particular: East of the Sun (and West of the Moon). More...

Local Author and Illustrator Team Up for The Way We Garden Now

Whiteside and Gergely to sign books at Van Brunt Gallery

On Friday, June 22 , from 7- 9pm, Garrison author, Katherine Whiteside and Garrison illustrator, Pete Gergely will be signing copies of their first collaborative effort, The Way We We Garden Now at the Van Brunt Gallery , 460 Main St, in Beacon More...

Flute Recital Showcased Zaleski's Students

Six flute students of Kimberly Zaleski from Haldane and Garrison Schools were featured performers at a recital on June 2 at the Desmond-Fish library. More...

Tompkins Corners Family Music Festival Jazz & Folk Concert Takes Place July 1

The Historic Tompkins Corners United Methodist Church is presenting a special concert, in the sanctuary, featuring some of Putnam Valley's best-known musicians. More...

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