September 12, 2007 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Hudson Beach Glass Gallery to Exhibit Wire Mesh Sculpture by Karen Bamonte

Hudson Beach Glass will present a solo exhibit of wire mesh sculptures by Karen Bamonte from September 22 through November 18. More...

Upcoming Autumn and Early Winter Events at Boscobel

There will be a number of special programs during the coming months at Boscobel: Putnam County Day Saturday, September 29 All residents of Putnam County are invited to visit Boscobel free of charge upon presentation of proof of residence. More...

Baroque Musical Recital at Reed Library

Ralph Zeitlin on the recorder and Kenneth Laufer on the keyboard present a lovely program of baroque music. This event will be held at the Reed Memorial Library (corner of Rt. 6 and Rt. 52), on Sunday, September 30. More...

Maine Artist Shows His Colors in at MJ Art Gallery

The oil paintings of young Maine artist, Colin Page, will be the first exhibit of MJ ART, a new art gallery opening September 8, in Beacon, at 177 Main Street. More...

Trail Tales: An Interactive Scavenger Hunt and Live Performance at Locust Grove

Enter the magical landscape of historic carriage trails at Locust Grove and leave the ordinary world behind. Along the trails, discover clues to a wonderful tale of historically-based mystery and adventure. More...

Miami String Quartet to Launch New Howland Chamber Music Season

September 30 marks the beginning of a new and exciting season of concerts presented by the Howland Chamber Music Circle. More...

Biaggi and Drummond Discuss Transformative Ideas at Merritt Bookstore

Authors and artists Cristina Biaggi and Imogene Drummond will give a reading from the book The Rule of Mars: Readings on the Origins, History and Impact of Patriarchy at Merritt Bookstore in Cold Spring on Thursday, October 4 at 7pm. More...

Butterfield Bookmarks Take First Place in Local Battles

The Butterfield Bookmarks, The Julia L. Butterfield Memorial Library's Battle of the Books team, has won two out of three "battles" with local libraries as part of this national reading program for middle school-age children. More...

Putnam Children's Discovery Center Offers Acting, Art and Science Classes

The Putnam Children's Discovery Center offers young talent an opportunity to explore acting techniques, and perform learned skills with the Discovery Center Players, an all child, community based acting Troupe. More...

John Gorka Plays the Depot Theatre

John Gorka, one of Folk music's finest voices, is coming to the Depot Theatre Sunday, September 23 at 7:30pm. His songs look at the world with a realistic hope, acknowledging the sorrows and celebrating the joys of a modern life. More...

Putnam County Day at Boscobel on September 29

Geoffrey Platt Jr., Executive Director of Boscobel, has announced that on Saturday, September 29, all residents of Putnam County may visit the elegant nineteenth-century house museum free of charge upon presentation of proof of residency. More...

MSG Gary McCourry Presents Jazz Recital at West Point

The United States Military Academy Band is pleased to announce the opening of its Chamber Recital Series. The first recital will take place at 3pm on Sunday, September 23 in the West Point Jewish Chapel. More...

Celebrate Your Freedom to Read at Howland Library

The Howland Public Library, 313 Main Street, will celebrate the freedom to read during Banned Books Week, September 29 - October 6, 2007. They will mark the occasion with exhibits and films. More...

Classics For Kids Concert Series Resumes at the Howland Cultural Center

The very popular children's concert series, Classics For Kids begins its 2007-2008 concert season at the Howland Cultural Center with musicianstoryteller, Daniel Einbender on Saturday, September 15 at 3pm. More...

Joe Rao Presents The Seven Wonders of the Universe Family Program at Desmond Fish Library

Families that can find time to travel to the Desmond Fish Library on Sunday September 16 will be treated to an exciting and dramatic program about The Seven Wonders of the Universe. More...

Singer-Songwriter-Pianist Goldee Greene to Perform at Philipstown Depot Theatre

Captivating singer/ songwriter/pianist Goldee Greene comes to the Philipstown Depot Theatre in Garrison in her new musical revue, Life Is A Songbook, Love Is A Must! . More...

Michelle LeBlanc Brings The Jazz Age to the Chapel

Michelle Le Blanc, jazz vocalist, brings her quintet to the Chapel of Our Lady Restoration in a concert entitled The Jazz Age on Sunday, September 23 at 4pm. More...

Creative Juices: an Art and Yoga Workshop at Howland Center

We are creative beings by nature. We all feel the need to express ourselves. In this free two-hour workshop participants will learn some yoga technology and simple art activities to get the creative juices flowing. More...

Michael De Feo : Inside Out Exhibit at Open Space Gallery

Open Space Gallery, 510 Main St., Beacon is pleased to announce, Inside Out, an exhibition of Michael De Feo's new self portrait paintings on paper. More...

Local Writers To Perform With Word of Mouth

Frank Ortega and Pamela Manché Pearce will present their original writing, along with seven other Hudson Valley literary artists, in Fifty States, a spoken-word event at The Philipstown Depot Theatre on Saturday, September 29, at 8pm. More...

2007 Russel Wright Awards Recognize Herman Miller, Mitchell Wolfson, Jr.

The 2007 Russel Wright Awards will be presented at a Luncheon and Auction to benefit Manitoga/The Russel Wright Design Center on Sunday, September 30 from noon to 3:30 at The Garrison in Garrison. More...

Author, Illustrator Art Spiegelman to Speak at Marist

Renowned artist and illustrator Art Spiegelman will talk about the evolution of comics and explain the value of this medium and why it should not be ignored in his talk, "Comix 101," at Marist College on September 20 at 7:30pm in the Nelly Goletti More...

Fourth Annual Hike the Pass Open Studios

historic woodland trails The Fourth Annual Hike the Pass Open Studios will take place the weekend of September 22 and 23. More...

Putnam Valley Sunset Series Hosts Unplugged Open Mic

The lights are low except the bright spotlight focused on center stage. The crowd is silent in anticipation, while the performers take the stage... This could be you! More...

Hand-to-Mouth Players to Present Playwright/Directors One Act Plays

The Hand-to-Mouth Players is proud to present its 16th Annual Playwright/Directors Workshop of original one-act plays on September 28 and 29 at 8pm and September 30 at 2pm. More...

Hoot on the Hudson Draws a Record Crowd

On Sunday, September 9, the Little Stony Point Citizens Association held their annual "Hoot on the Hudson". More...

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