February 27, 2008 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

A Journey to Adoption: a Reading by Garrison Author Corinne Chateau at Desmond-Fish Library

Garrison author Corinne Chateau will read selections from her newly released memoir, The Road to Cali- A Journey to Adoption at the Desmond-Fish Library in Garrison on Sunday, March 2, at 2pm. A question and answer period will follow. More...

Howland Center Celebrates Women's History Month

It was in 1987 that the month of March was selected to officially give recognition to the long neglected history of women in America. More...

Mount Gulian Celebrates Women's History Month

Mount Gulian Historic Site, Fishkill, celebrates Women's History Month on Saturday, March 8 from 4pm to 6pm with a multi-faceted program that focuses on women in literature. More...

Kadosh is Next Up at Temple Beth-El's Mid-Winter Film Festival

The Mid-Winter Jewish Film Festival continues on Sunday, March 9 at Temple Beth-El, 118 Grand Avenue, Poughkeepsie, with the film Kadosh. More...

Jeff Caramagna Cryptogeometry Exhibit Opens at GO NORTH Gallery

GO NORTH is pleased to present Cryptogeometry, an exhibition of recent paintings by Jeff Caramagna. This is Caramagna's first solo show with the gallery, and runs from March 8 to 30, 2008. More...

Fanny Crosby: Sights and Sounds From Her Heart at Kent Historical Society

Fanny Crosby, a nationally known blind hymn writer and teacher who is a native of Southeast Putnam County will be the focus of an evening at the Kent Historical Society on March 27, 2008 at 7:30pm. More...

New Day Repertory Co. Presents Defiance, a Drama About Morals and Truth

The New Day Repertory Company presents John Patrick Shanley's Defiance, a drama about morals and truth. The production, directed by Rodney K. More...

Staged Reading of Alms For the Middle Class co- Presented by Arts on the Lake and Blue Horse Rep

Arts on the Lake and The Blue Horse Repertory Company present a staged reading of Stuart Hample's play Alms For The Middle Class on Saturday, March 8 at 8pm. More...

Percussionist Arrucci Brings Quartet to Arts on the Lake

Percussionist John Arrucci is also a composer which, in turn, makes him a creator, an inventor, and an architect. As a creator, Arrucci causes the occurrence of music which previously hadn't existed. More...

The Cold Spring Music Collective plays at the Depot Theatre

On March 8 at 8pm The Cold Spring Music Collective plays at the Philipstown Depot Theatre in Garrison. More...

Thomas Huber, Ed Smith and Michael Zansky Exhibit at Van Brunt Gallery Thoughout March

The line between Human and Nature has all but disappeared. True, most of us still think of ourselves as independent beings living in the world. We're used to seeing things that way. But science and philosophy will tell us otherwise. More...

Great Decisions Discussion Series Begins at the Desmond-Fish Library

The Great Decisions discussion series is the centerpiece of the longest-running foreign affairs discussion program in the United States, sponsored by the Foreign Policy Association. More...

Clearwater Sponsors First- Annual Clearwater Environmental Short Film Competition

Clearwater, Inc., one of the oldest nonprofit, member-supported environmental groups, is now accepting video entries for the first-annual Clearwater Environmental Short Film Competition (CESFC). More...

Cult Comic Steve Hofstetter in Free Appearance at Marist

Cult hit comedian Steve Hofstetter will be appearing for one night at Marist College's Student Center Cabaret at 9pm on March 7 as part of his spring tour. There is no charge for the performance. More...

Annual Book Sale at Reed Library in Carmel

Reed Library's Annual Book Sale and Preview Breakfast takes place on Sunday, March 30, 2008 at the Library, located at the intersection of Rt. 6 and 52. The Preview Breakfast, runs from 8:30- 10am with $10 admission; Book Sale, 10am - 3pm, free. More...

Painted Snapshots: a 'Two days Only' Exhibit by Jes Minardi at Skybaby Building

Steve and Cecile Lindstedt are pleased to present an exhibition of new work by wellknown Hudson River artist Jes Minardi. This will be the artist's first local exhibit in ten years. More...

Registration is Open for Putnam Arts Council's Spring Classes in the Arts

The Putnam Arts Council offers classes for Adults and Children in pottery, drawing, painting, photography, basket weaving and more. Classes begin March 29 and run for 6 weeks and are being held at Tilly Foster Farm in Brewster. More...

Patagonia Meets the Poconos in Imaginary Landscapes at M.J. Art

Fernando Uriel Salomone's imaginary landscapes will be on exhibit at M.J. ART in Beacon, March 9 through April 5, 2008. More...

Estate Planning for Seniors at Howland Public Library

Anthony Baffi, a qualified attorney with Purshe Kaplan Sterling Investments in Albany, will present a free educational estate planning workshop on March 6, 2008 from 6- 7:30pm at the Howland Public Library, located at 313 Main Street in Beacon. More...

Local Author Brings Bear Mountain History to Life in New Book

Bear Mountain, home to one of the nation's most beautiful and outstanding parks, has been serving and pleasing the New York community for hundreds of years. More...

Kent Library Director Attends Literary Lunch with Seniors

Local resident Kathie Dillon discusses We Were the Mulvaneys by Joyce Carol Oates with Kent Public Library Director Frank Rees and Clover Lake residents, Ingrid Schultz, Veronica O'Day and Ruth Pell. More...

Program on Growing Up Irish American at Brewster Library

Ann Fallon Burnell, author of A Child's Heart- Growing up Irish American win speak at the Brewster Public Library on Saturday, March 15 at 2pm. More...

Irene O'Garden and Mike Jurkovic in an Evening of Poetry at Howland Center

Calling All Poets presents Irene O'Garden and Mike Jurkovic, followed by an Open Mic on Friday, March 7, 2008 at 8pm. More...

Putnam Chorale to Perform the Music of des Prez at Their Spring Concert

The Putnam Chorale, under the direction of Douglas Anderson, announces its Spring 2008 program: Music's First Superstar! More...

Drawing Revealed to be Screened at Depot Theatre

What is drawing? Traditionally, drawing has been a preliminary process in the development of fully realized art works- a visual thinking process, a tool for mapping out ideas. More...

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