January 9, 2008 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Carmel Historical Society Presents An Historical Peek at the Hamlet of Carmel

An Historical Peek at the Hamlet of Carmel will take place at the Reed Memorial Library, intersection of Rt. 6 and 52, on Sunday, January 27, 2008 at 2pm. The snowdate is February 3, 2008. More...

County Players Holds Auditions for Sweeney Todd

County Players announces auditions for Sondheim's musical thriller Sweeney Todd on Sunday and Monday, January 20 and 21 at 7pm. Casting 30+ adult men and women for a May 2008 production. Prepare Broadway song; bring sheet music. More...

Howland Chamber Music Circle Presents Piano Series

The Howland Chamber Music Circle will launch its popular Piano Series on January 20, with a recital by the Georgian pianist Alexander Korsantia, followed on February 10 by Bosnian pianist Pedja Muzijevic, and on March 2, by Simone Dinnerstein, well More...

Little Big Things, a Group Show, at Van Brunt Gallery in January and February

How big is big? We are accustomed to thinking of wallsized paintings as a big paintings. The sculptures of Richard Serra fill large rooms at Dia:Beacon. That's big for sure. But as in all things that inhabit the physical world, big is relative. More...

Family Classic The Red Ballon in free screening at Paramount Center

The Paramount Center for the Arts is pleased to announce that it will a present the classic family film The Red Balloon, free and open to the public on Sunday, January 20 at 3pm. More...

Depot Docs Presents: Troublesome Creek: A Midwestern

Now that the caucuses are over, and the year-long presidential job fair, candidate branding and marketing campaign, and media circus has left Iowa for New Hampshire (run, Granny, run! More...

Butterfield Library Announces Children's Programs for Winter, 2008

The Julia L. Butterfield Memorial Library is excited to announce its programming for this season. Because of the increased hours- especially the full day on Saturdays- the Library can offer more of the programs that patrons have requested. More...

Butterfield Library to Host Hudson Valley Writers Reading

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Children's Theatre Company of Peekskill Presents a Dr. Seuss Performance

The Children's Theatre Company of Peekskill presents theatre by kids for kids and grownups. More...

Winter Children's Programs at Brewster Library Include Story Time and Chess

The Brewster Public Library offers weekly children's programs as follows: Monday; 10:30-1.15am, Story and Craft for Ages 2-5, no registration required. Tuesday; 4-6pm, Homework Help. More...

Mid Winter Jewish Film Festival Returns to Temple Beth-El

The mid-winter Jewish Film Festival returns to Temple Beth- El, Poughkeespie, on Sunday, January 13, 2008, presenting the film The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz. The film is about the son of a working-class Jewish family in Montreal. More...

County Players presents Tom Topor's Award-Winning Play Nuts

County Players opens the third show of its 50th Anniversary season with the dramatic play Nuts on Friday, February 1 at 8pm . Billed as an awardwinning drama, Nuts is directed by County Players' veteran Bill Peckham. More...

Baroque Orchestra at Graymoor Performance to Combat Winter Doldrums

The Baroque Orchestra of New York, a string ensemble in residence at Graymoor, will perform excerpts from Handel's Messiah and other uplifting Baroque music during their Winter Doldrums Concert on Sunday, January 27 at 4pm in Pilgrim Hall. More...

Putnam Arts Groups are Granted $20,300 Through State Decentralization Program

The Putnam Arts Council is pleased to announce that it has awarded $20,300 in state dollars to fourteen non-profit organizations to support cultural programs and services that will take place in Putnam County in 2008. More...

Dana Edelman Brings His Acoustic Soul Back to the Depot Theatre

Dana Edelman returns to the Depot Theatre Saturday January 19 at 8pm with his fabulous band consisting of master drummer Victor Jones, passionate bass player Wayne Batchelor and tasty guitarist Chris Foley, churning out song after song of acoustic More...

Double Blind: Lebanon Conflict 2006 Photography Exhibit Opens at Fovea Gallery

Fovea is pleased to present Double Blind, a profoundly moving photographic essay by award-winning Magnum Photos member Paolo Pellgrin. More...

Beacon Teen Reflections 2008 Show Opens at RiverWinds Gallery

RiverWinds Gallery at 172 Main Street in Beacon is providing an opportunity for art students at Beacon High School to show and sell their work. Last January the Beacon Teen Reflections show was a great success. More...

Putnam Symphony Orchestra is in Search of Musicians

The Putnam Symphony Orchestra will close its 31st season with a pops concert on Sunday, May 4 at 3pm. More...

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