September 19, 2007 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Author Chris Forman Comes to East Fishkill Library

Come to the East Fishkill Community Library on Thursday, September 20, 2007 at 7pm to meet author Chris Forman. Mr. Forman has developed the Maria Hart Mystery Series and maintains the website and blog space related to his main character. More...

Garrison Art Center Presents Annual Fall Artists on Location Art Auction

On Saturday, October 13, 2007, Garrison Art Center will host the Annual Fall Artists on Location Art Auction, featuring more than 85 professional artists from the tri-state area. More...

Kid's Chess Club at Carmel's Reed Memorial Library

A children's Chess Club will run from September 25 - October 30, with instruction for beginners from 4-5pm and Intermediate/advanced 5-6 pm. The class is designed for children ages 7 and up. Registration required 845-225-2439. More...

American Girl Doll Josefina Program at Carmel's Reed Memorial Library

Learn about the life and times of Josefina, 1824, in an American Girl Doll Program presented by Beverly Barker The program will take place on Saturday October 13, 11am Ages 6 and up. Registration required, call 225-2439. More...

Megan Maloy Harford Fair Exhibit at Go North Gallery

Go North Gallery is pleased to present Harford Fair, an exhibition of photographs by Megan Maloy. This is Maloy's first solo show with the gallery, and runs from October 13 to November 4, 2007. More...

West Point Presents Free Live Broadcast of Washington National Opera's La Bohéme

Simulcast Sept. 23, 2007 at Eisenhower Hall Theatre; admission open to the public

West Point's Eisenhower Hall Theatre is showing a free, live broadcast of Washington National Opera's edgy new production of Puccini's La Bohéme on Sunday, September 23 at 2pm. More...

Graymoor Chorale to Begin New Season and Seeks Singers and Musicians

The Graymoor Chorale will begin weekly rehearsals for its winter season on Sunday, September 23, 6:30-8:30pm, in Pilgrim Hall at Graymoor on Route 9 in Garrison. More...

September 29 is Family Day at Constitution Island

Historical site's end-of-season event offers a wide variety of outdoor family fun

On Saturday, September 29th, 10am to 3pm, the Constitution Island Association will host Family Day- its final Saturday event of the season whereby families traditionally spend the day enjoying a wide variety of outdoor entertainment. More...

Spoken-word Performance Event at Depot Theatre

Word of Mouth presents Fifty States to benefit the Theatre

On Saturday, September 29 at 8pm, Nine Hudson Valley literary artists will present a spoken word performance event using the fifty states of our union as a starting point for their creative efforts. More...

The VanGlen Gallery in Peekskill Features Paintings by Russian Artist Roman Kriheli

Artist John Payne announces the opening of VanGlen Gallery's new exhibition featuring representational and classical paintings by Russian Artist Roman Kriheli in the Peekskill Artists District September 23- October 28, 2007. More...

Thomas Earl to Make Second Appearance at Chthonic Clash Coffeehouse

BMI recording artist and local Cold Spring resident, Thomas Earl will be appearing on Saturday, September 22 at the Chthonic Clash Coffeehouse, 453 Main Street, Beacon. Thomas will play two sets beginning at 8pm. More...

Poet Jo Pitkin Celebrates The Measure at the Butterfield Library

The Julia L. Butterfield Library will host a reception and book signing to celebrate the publication of The Measure by Cold Spring poet Jo Pitkin on Saturday, September 22 from 3- 5pm. More...

Adult Computer Classes at Reed Library: Anyone Can Compute

Register for an adult computer class at the Reed Memorial Library in Carmel, and learn basic skills and internet usage. The course will run for 3 Mondays - Oct 15-Oct. 29, and registration is a must. Please call 845-225-2439. More...

Homework Help at Carmel's Reed Memorial Library

Need help with an assignment? Come to the Reed Memorial Library's free "homework help." Help is offered on Mondays and Wednesdays 3- 5pm, beginning Oct 1, for ages elementary through high school. More...

16th Annual Pawling Arts and Crafts Festival Features 48 Vendors

With the turn of a leaf from green to amber, as the evening light wanes and a cool crispness fills the air, so too does September mark the return of Pawling's most beloved cultural event. More...

All About My Mother Screens at Howland Library

On Friday, September 28 at 7pm, the Howland Public Library Film Series will be showing All About My Mother (1999) free to the public. More...

NY Foundation for the Arts Holds Free Grants Workshop at Garrison Arts Center

New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) will conduct an information seminar on NYFA Artists' Fellowships at Garrison Art Center on Thursday, September 20, from 6 to 8pm. More...

Artist Alex Shundi Adds New Class at Arts on the Lake

Internationally renowned artist Alexander Bocchialini Shundi has expanded his art course offerings to include an art appreciation class entitled Understanding Modern Art. The class will meet on Tuesday evenings from 6:30 to 9pm (no class on Oct. More...

Con Brio Returns to Chapel of Our Lady Restoration

By popular demand, the Con Brio Ensemble, Diana Mittler- Battipaglia, piano, Andre Emelianoff, cello, and Anton Miller, violin, play another return engagement in the Chapel of Our Lady Restoration, Sunday, October 7. More...

Activities Planned for Young Children at Howland Library

When the older children are back in school, it's time for the younger ones to have some fun at Howland Public Library on 313 Main St. in Beacon. Fall children's programs have begun. Toddler Tales is held every Wednesday morning from 10:30-11:15am. More...

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