May 28, 2008 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

The Something to Say Café: Run by Teens for Teens

On Saturday, May 31, at 8pm, the Beacon Sloop Club will host the "Something to Say Cafe", a grassroots coffeehouse run by teens for teens. The cafe was founded at the Beginning of 2008 by high School StudentsWalker Rumpf and Jacob Bernz. More...

Intermediate Digital Photography Tutorial at East Fishkill Library

Come to the East Fishkill Community Library on Saturday, June 14, 2008 at 2pm for a free digital photography class. Professional photographer Sally Delmerico will lead this two-hour session geared to the intermediate home photographer. More...

Art Along The Hudson Kicks Off 5th Year

Art Along the Hudson - 7 Cities, 7 Celebrations kicks off its 2008 summer season with a media reception at Dia:Beacon, Riggio Galleries on June 12 from 6-8pm. Art Along the Hudson has expanded from four to seven cities. More...

Art After Seventy-Five Exhibit at Putnam Arts Council

Putnam Arts Council invites the public to enjoy the creative efforts of working artists seventy five and older at their 16th annual Art After Seventy-Five exhibit. More...

The Art of Alan Bull at MJ Art in Beacon

New England artist, Alan Bull, will show recent and multifaceted works in oil, acrylic and monotypes, at M.J. ART in Beacon, Saturday, June 12, through Saturday, August 9. More...

Fish Library Associates Dinner Announces Auction Prizes

The Desmond Fish Library has announced the literary themes and locations for 8 Festive Dinners, highlights of a Silent Auction that will take place at its upcoming 14th Annual Library Associates Dinner, to be held Sunday, June 8, at Monteverde. More...

Annual Book Sale This Weekend at the Putnam Valley Library

The Library will hold its annual book sale this Saturday, May 31 from 10am-3pm and Sunday, June 1, from 12 noon- 3pm. The sale will include items for the whole family, adult, teens, childrens books, videos, audio books, etc. More...

Solo Installation by Cold Spring Spring Artist Russell Ritell at Beacon Studio

A solo installation by Cold Spring resident Russell Ritell will be on view at Beacon Studios, 211 Fishkill Ave, Beacon, from May 31 through June 21, 2008. More...

Small World Revue Benefits Mid-Hudson Ballet

Srnall World, a delightful fast moving revue by Estelle & Alfonso, featuring their performing arts students. Benefit performances for the Mid-Hudson Ballet Company, non-profit organization. 7pm on Saturday and 2pm. More...

Camerata New York Orchestra performs at the Brewster Public Library

Brewster Public Library is proud to present the first concert in a " Music For Everyone " series, featuring the Camerata New York Ensemble on Saturday, June 7, 2008 at 3pm. Performers will be music director and pianist, Richard Owen, Jr. More...

Chapel of Our Lady Restoration to Fill With Sound of New Amsterdam Singers on June 8

Tenor Andre Guthman to Sing Spirituals

The 20-voice-strong Chamber Chorus of the famed New Amsterdam Singers, with music director Clara Longstreth, will fill the Chapel of Our Lady Restoration with glorious sound on Sunday, June 8. Admission for the concert at 4pm is free. More...

Summertime Fun and Creative Expression at Arts on the Lake

Looking for creative activities for tots and teens this summer? Or for yourself? Arts on the Lake has several great suggestions for summertime fun and creative expression. More...

Blue Horse Rep Forming Summer Acting Classes at Arts on the Lake

The Blue Horse Repertory Company is now forming summer acting classes at Arts On The Lake in Carmel, for teens and adults. Taught by the company's Artistic Directors Lora Lee Ecobelli and Peggity Price. Two classes will be offered startng in June. More...

Afternoon Jazz: Tribute to Susannah McCorkle Concert and Book Signing at Mahopac Library

A combined concert and book signing of the biography of troubled singer Susannah McCorkle, Haunted Heart on Sunday, June 1, from 2pm - 3pm features author Linda Dahl, jazz singer Michelle LeBlanc, pianist Tom Kohl and bassist Bill Crow. More...

Samuel G. White, FAIA to speak at Bellefield Design Lecture at FDR Historic Site

Lecture to be followed by tea party and plant sale in Beatrix Farrand Garden

The Beatrix Farrand Garden Association is co-sponsoring its 3rd Annual Design Lecture with the National Park Service and the Franklin D. More...

11th Annual Open Studios in Peekskill

Event, bigger and better than ever, in the heart of Peekskill's Artist/Business District - including: over 35+ artists studios and 11 galleries and exhibition spaces; tours, collaborations with actors, poets, musicians, and performers - a vibrant More...

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