June 20, 2007 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Artists Announce Repertoire for Sunday Chapel of Our Lady Restoration Concert

Baritone Jeremy Moore of the Opera Company in the Highlands and the Bronx Opera Company announced today that he and accompanist Patricia R. Maimone, organist and director of music at St. More...

Mike Klubnick at the Depot Theatre June 22

Music Tracks presents Mike Klubnick, Friday June 22 at 8pm at the Philipstown Depot Theatre in Garrison. More...

Depot Docs Presents Two Square Miles

Can Small town America save itself?

Picture this: a small Hudson River community with a storied history is struggling to find itself, and to and survive in the twenty-first century. More...

U.S. Military Academy Band Presents Alumni Concert

On Sunday, June 24, the United States Military Academy Band will present its annual concert showcasing the talents of its alumni. More...

Hudson Highlands Nature Museum Unveiled

New Look, New Name For Museum of the Hudson Highlands

"To best reflect the true nature of our mission," the Museum of the Hudson Highlands has changed its name to the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum, Board Chairman, David Redden announced at a ceremony on Wednesday, June 13. More...

Brewster Public Library Announces Summer 2007 Children's Programs

Wondering how to keep your children and teens busy and happy this summer? Why not bring them to the Brewster Library at 79 Main Street, Brewster for some great programs, fun crafts and wonderful books to read? More...

Library Double Header on Alexander Hamilton: Dueling Tunes and Dark Plots

On Saturday, June 23 the Desmond-Fish Library in Garrison will host two programs in conjunction with a traveling exhibit Alexander Hamilton: The Man Who Made Modern America from the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History. More...

Arts on the Lake Hosts "Open Mouth Nights"

Move over Saturday Night Live. Minimalist stand-up theatre is coming to Kent, NY. More...

Family Fun Festival on July 1 at The Putnam County Historical Society

The Putnam County Historical Society & Foundry School Museum will host the second annual Family Fun Festival on July 1, 2007 from 11am - 4pm. It is a historic, patriotic day of entertainment and education for the whole family. More...

Young Philipstown Violinists in Concert

Music students of Gwen Laster and Pam Read presented a recital at the Cold Spring Presbyterian Church on Sunday, June 17. More...

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