October 31, 2007 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Flat Iron Gallery's New Exhibition at Paramount Center of the Arts' Upper Gallery

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County Players presents Stephen Mallatratt's gripping ghost play The Woman in Black

County Players opens the second show of its 50th Anniversary season with the gripping ghost play The Woman in Black on Friday, November 2 at 8pm. More...

Hope Machine Sparks Audience Participation at the Putnam Valley Sunset Series Finale Concert

What an exciting way to end a successful Sunset Series. The crowd was sparked to participate and sing along. Everywhere you looked you could see people singing. More...

Kent Library Book Sale Sets Record

There can be no denying the enthusiasm within the Town of Kent when it comes to helping their library. The enormous success of the recent Friends of Kent Library Fall Book Sale proves that point. More...

Get Outside Inside with Putnam Highlands Audubon "Inside the Marsh" Program at Desmond Fish

You can see and learn about the Marsh by canoe (as members of Putnam Highlands Audubon got to do recently) or you can take a free tour sponsored by Putnam Highlands Audubon - all from the comfort of a dry seat in the warm and gracious auditorium of More...

Houses Needed for 5th Annual Cold Spring by Candlelight Holiday House Tour

Event is November 24, 2007 and benefits Putnam ARC

With just four weeks until the kick-off to the holiday season, plans are already underway for the 5th Annual Cold Spring by Candlelight Holiday House Tour. More...

Call for Gingerbread Artists and Bakers

Be a part of this holiday season and help make a difference. Help support the preservation of Bannerman Castle and Beacon's Main Street by creating an original Gingerbread house. More...

St. Christopher's Inn Staff Gives Residents a Halloween Trick and Treat

St. Christopher's Inn Staff pulls out all the stops including costumes, sets, musical acts and comic routines to celebrate Halloween and teach clients what "sober fun" is all about. More...

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Invites you to The Party for a Cure

On Friday, November 16, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Westchester/Hudson Valley Chapter will host The Party for a Cure at Vintage Restaurant & Bar in White Plains, NY. More...

Harvest Sale at St. Philip's Church

The Friends of St. Philip's Church will be holding the Annual Harvest Sale from 9am- 1pm on Saturday, November 17 at the Parish House on Rte 9D. Raffles, handcrafted items, gifts, baked goods, cheeses, pecans, chili and White Elephants. More...

Talk of the Town

Do you remember a couple of years ago when the Cold Spring Village Board Trustee Vote actually resulted in a tie? All those people who didn't vote allowed the decision to be made by the luck of the draw. Do we need to say any more? More...

The 'Boo House' Opens its Haunted Doors for Halloween

The Boo House' will be celebrating its 6th year as a Carmel Halloween treat. The free haunted house has become a neighborhood tradition. It started with father and son hiding behind a tree to greet trick or treaters and has grown each year. More...

Doll Making Children's Workshop at Southeast Museum

On Saturday, November 3 at 10:30am The Southeast Museum will hold a Doll Making Children's Workshop. Children will enjoy working with needle and thread to sew a cloth doll. More...

USMA Band's Jazz Knights Present: a Salute to Veterans Featuring Guest Vocalist Rob Zappulla

The United States Military Academy Band's Jazz Knights will hold their annual Salute to Veterans concert on Sunday, November 11 at 3pm in the Eisenhower Hall Ballroom. More...

Not God, a Play in Verse at Depot Theatre

Philipstown Depot Theatre announces the staged reading of Not God - a play in verse by award winning poet and distinguished oncologist Marc Straus, December 1 at 8pm. More...

Westchester Oratorio Society's Fall Fund Raiser: Meet the Conductor

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Group Exhibit Anything Goes at Back Room Gallery in Beacon

Several local artists will be exhibiting their works of art in many diverse subjects all in different sizes and mediums at the Back Room Gallery at 475 Main Street, Beacon. More...

Howland Public Library Film Series Features Story of the Weeping Camel

On Friday, November 16 at 7pm, the Howland Public Library Film Series will be showing The Story of the Weeping Camel (2004) free to the public. More...

"My Life as a Rockette": Former Dancer to Speak at Desmond Fish Library

Whether you're just starting out or are ready to start auditioning for a Broadway musical chorus line, you will want to come on down to the Desmond Fish Library on November 4 at 2pm to learn first hand what it was like to be up on the big stage at More...

Weekly Talmud Class at Temple Beth-El

Join Rabbi Neal Loevinger for his weekly Talmud class at Noon on Tuesdays, November 6,13,20 and 27 at Temple Beth- El in Poughkeepsie. The focus is on Mishnah Brachot, the earliest Talmud on Jewish prayer, and its later commentaries. More...

Gingerbread Decorating Workshop and Hansel and Gretel Tea for Older Children and Adults

The Cup and Saucer Tea Room, The Bannerman Island Gallery at Castle Keep Realty and the Beacon Business Association will host the Third Annual Beacon Gingerbread House Trail and Contest, which will begin December 1, 2007, as well as a Gingerbread W More...

Nature Strollers for Adults with Young Children

On Tuesday, November 6 at 9:30am (Raindate: November 13) join Naturalist Guide, Laurel Dodge for Nature Strollers, a hiking group for families with babies, toddlers and young children. More...

Tracking Coyotes at Hudson Highlands Nature Museum

On Saturday, November 10, at 10am, the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum presents "Tracking Coyotes", at the Outdoor Discovery Center, 20 Kenridge Farm Drive, Route 9W, Cornwall. More...

Waterfront Caroling Festival at Newburgh Seeks Carolers

Holiday magic will deck the halls and add sparkle to the Newburgh landing as caroling groups and church choirs warmly welcome ferry riders home. More...

Assistance with Trail Development Available to Communities Throughout New York State

Communities Must Apply by January 11

Parks & Trails New York, a statewide parks and trails advocacy organization, is offering trail development assistance to communities in 2008 through its Healthy Trails, Healthy People program. More...

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