October 10, 2007 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Hudson Highlands Nature Museum Presents: Working in and for Nature: Stories From the Past

Join the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum on Thursday, October 18, at 7:30pm at Painter's Tavern, Hudson Street, Cornwall-on-Hudson, for an Evening Speakers Series: Working in and for Nature: Stories from the Past. More...

Chapel of Our Lady Restoration Groundbreaking October 21

Public cordially invited

The board of the Chapel of Our Lady Restoration is pleased to announce a groundbreaking ceremony for its chancery building on Sunday afternoon, October 21, at 2pm, and cordially invites the public to join in this happy occasion. More...

Putnam Valley Filmmaker Uses Town as Backdrop in his Feature: Liars and Lunatics

Putnam Valley resident Roberto Munoz uses Putnam County as the backdrop for a Halloween party in his independent feature film Liars and Lunatics. The setting is Putnam County. The place is a house decorated for a Halloween party. More...

Caribbean Artist Clairmonte Mapp Exhibits at East Fishkill Library

The East Fishkill Community Library is pleased to host an exhibition of the art work of Clairmonte Mapp. Mr. Mapp is a prolific and versatile artist, who utilizes environmental aspects in his main themes, such as culture and heritage. More...

The Ceramic Studio at Garrison Art Center Announces Their Fall Hours

Located downstairs in the Ceramic Studio facing the Hudson River, the studio shop is the place to purchase exciting new pottery, by GAC ceramic instructors, and assistants. More...

Christie Scheele and Tom Christopher Exhibit at Van Brunt Gallery

Hudson Valley paintings and New York City paintings featured from October 13 - November 5.

Many of us experience and value both the vibrancy of New York City and the tranquility of the Hudson Valley striking a balance between these two seemingly incompatible environments. More...

Metro-North Railroads Holds Harmon Railyards Open House

Looking for a great event for the kids and grown ups too? On Saturday, October 20, from 10am to 3pm, bring family and friends to the biggest and most festive Fall occasion around, Metro-North Railroad's Harmon Open House. More...

Fall Hike Led by Mount Beacon Incline Railway Restoration Society

The Mount Beacon Incline Railway Restoration Society is conducting a hike up Mt. Beacon. They will hike Mt. More...

Parent Support Group for Children with Special Needs Starts in Cold Spring

A support group for parents for children with special needs will have its first meeting in Cold Spring on Saturday October 13, from 3:30-6pm. More...

Garden Conservancy's Open Days Features Estate Garden

On Saturday, November 3, 2007, visit the garden of Judy & Michael Steinhardt, 433 Croton Lake Road, Mount Kisco, 10am to 4pm, open as part of The Garden Conservancy's National Open Days Program. More...

Fall Foliage Fundraising Cruise Benefits Jim Witt's Hope for Youth Foundation

On Sunday, October 28, 2007 you are invited to join Jim Witt on board the Commander for a three-hour cruise up the Hudson to benefit the Hope For Youth Foundation. More...

Anna Mione at Howland Public Library

Come and meet local author Anna Mione at the Howland Public Library, 313 Main Street, Beacon, on Tuesday, October 23 at 6:30pm. Mione will discuss her novel, The Diva, the story of a major opera star. More...

Kids now Have Their own Library Catalog

Want to find the perfect book to get your son interested in reading? Looking for more dinosaur books? A comic book appropriate for your granddaughter? How about a book to help with that homework assignment on Abe Lincoln? More...

Beacon Institute to Showcase Photographs by John Fasulo

The Beacon Institute for Rivers and Estuaries is pleased to present a new exhibit in its gallery at 199 Main Street in Beacon. More...

Expanded Raffles and Room at Kent Library Fall Book Sale

No, it is not Easter at the Kent Public Library. And no, the 15 colorful baskets bordering the library's front desk were not delivered by an oversized white bunny. More...

Free Video Screening at Van Brunt Gallery

On Saturday, October 13 at 9pm, the public is invited to attend a free video screening event at Van Brunt Gallery, 460 Main Street in Beacon. More...

Violinist Soovin Kim and Pianist Jeremy Denk to Play at Howland Center

The Howland Chamber Music Circle will present violinist Soovin Kim and pianist Jeremy Denk in an all-Brahms program on Sunday, October 14 at 4pm. More...

Chip Marks to Explore Life After Death at Desmond Fish Library

Speaking through Hamlet, Shakespeare described the afterlife as "The undiscover'd country from whose bourn no traveler returns." Everyone wonders what happens after death. But mostly, all we can do is wonder. More...

Hudson Highlands Nature Museum Presents Grand Opening Weekend of the Living Hudson Exhibit

On Saturday, October 20 and Sunday, October 21 from 12 pm until 4 pm the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum will be hosting the Grand Opening Weekend of the Living Hudson Exhibit at the Museum's Wildlife Education Center, 25 Boulevard, Cornwall-on-Huds More...

An Electrifying Afternoon: Meet Ben Franklin at New Windsor Cantonment

If you wear his bifocals, quote his almanac, carry his picture in your wallet (on a $100 bill) or enjoy your liberty, you should really get to know the most multi-talented of the founding fathers. More...

Annual Senior Harvest Jamboree to Take Place October 31

The Putnam County Office for Aging invites all Putnam County seniors to attend the annual harvest jamboree scheduled for Wednesday, October 31, 2007 from 12 noon until 3pm at the sheet Metal Workers' Hall, Starr Ridge Road in Brewster. More...

Donations Sought for "Give a Treat" Collection for Philipstown Food Pantry at Annual Halloween Parade

Gold Award Girl Scout project raises awareness of issue of hunger

My name is Danielle Bassignani, I am a Junior at Haldane and a Senior Girl Scout. I am working towards earning my Gold Award, the highest award a Girl Scout age 14-17 can earn. More...

Cold Spring Area Chamber Of Commerce Rolls Out a New Community Calendar

The Cold Spring Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to present a new Community Calendar as part of the upgrades to the Cold Spring Area Chamber of Commerce website, www.coldspringchamber.com. More...

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