June 18, 2008 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Sinatra, Drawing, Healing, Focus of Upcoming Events at Reed Memorial Library

Drawing and Watercolor Workshops will be held on alternate Saturdays, from 10am- 12noon now through August 9. Enjoy drawing/watercolor instruction and guidance in a relaxed congenial atmosphere. No experience necessary. More...

Rwanda and the Business Council for Peace: a Talk by Marie Greener at Desmond- Fish Library

On Saturday, June 28 at 2pm Marie Greener will speak at the Desmond-Fish Library in Garrison about the Business Council for Peace and Rwanda. More...

Lots for Kids to Do This Summer at Desmond-Fish Library

It's that time of year again. Summer is on the way and the kids will be looking for things to do. At the Desmond-Fish Library , they have a great Summer reading program lined up so they hope you'll come "Catch the Reading Bug. More...

Play Reading at Depot of John Brown's Body in Honor of its 80th Anniversary

On Sunday, June 22 at 4pm, the Philipstown Depot Theatre will present a play reading of John Brown's Body by Steven Vincent Benet. More...

Fathers and Sons: An Old Story, A New Play

A staged reading at Depot Theater

The premise is a simple one: two actors, a teacher and his student, are rehearsing a play written by the older man. More...

Learn about the West Point Foundry at The Past at Your Fingertips Lecture

The Putnam County Historical Society presents The Past at Your Fingertips, an illustrated lecture by Elizabeth Norris, assistant archaeologist at the West Point Foundry Preserve, on Saturday, June 21, 2008 at 2pm. More...

A Communal Art Project Gone to the Birds

One evening early last April, a teacher and a potter were having a conversation about the times they had brought their students and clay together. More...

The Old Put…Gone but not Forgotten Local History Program at Patterson Library

On July 2 @ 7pm, Patterson Library presents "The Old Put…..Gone but not Forgotten," a local history program on the Putnam Division of the New York Central Railroad presented by Joe Schiavone. More...

One Light Healing Touch Workshop at Brewster Library

On Tuesday, July 22, from 7 to 9pm, the The Brewster Public Library will present a fascinating, exploration of energy healing with the acclaimed energy healing and mystery school, One Light Healing Touch. More...

Putnam Arts Council's Art After 75 Gallery Opening

On Sunday, June 8, the Putnam Arts Council held its annual Art After 75 Show at Tilly Foster Farm in Brewster. Celebrating fine art created by artists aged 75 and over, the show has been a feature of the Arts Council for 16 years. More...

CURRENT: a SCULPTURE TOUR Opens with Preview Tour and Party

Garrison Art Center installs 50 museum quality sculptures on 5 landmark locations in the community

On Saturday, May 31, under a gloriously sunny sky, Garrison Art Center hosted "Meet the Artists" Preview Tour and Party for their second annual and "expanded" outdoor sculpture exhibition, CURRENT: A Sculpture Tour. More...

Glynwood Center Presents "Farm Fun Together"

Six-week program for toddlers and their caregivers

Engage your toddler with farm fun at Glynwood Center. Their farm is home to cattle, pigs, sheep, goats, chickens, horses, and a donkey, as well as hayfields, a small orchard, and vegetable and flower gardens. More...

Two Weekend Exhibits at Van Wyck Homestead Museum

The Van Wyck Homestead Museum, located at the intersection of Route 9 and I 84 will present two exhibits over the next weekends. June 21 & 22, 1-4pm, exhibit of Enoch Crosby, Washington's spy. Crosby was the model for J. F. Cooper's "The Spy". More...

Das Boot to Show at Howland Public Library

German foreign film, Das Boot will be shown at the Howland Public Library, 313 Main Street, Beacon, on Friday, June 27 at 7pm in the Community Room. More...

Liz Carroll & John Doyle at Depot Theatre: Dazzling Irish Fiddle and Guitar Virtuosity

The Philipstown Depot Theatre Music Tracks proudly presents John Doyle and Liz Carroll in concert next Friday evening, June 27 at 8pm. Separately, they are exciting performers who take Irish music in daring, inventive new directions. More...

Jazz, Gospel, Bluegrass on Locust Grove Lawn

The MVP Gold Medicare Advantage Plan Lawn Concerts open with a performance by the Strawberry Hill Fiddlers on Sunday, June 22. Free Sunday afternoon summer lawn concerts mark their 9th year at Locust Grove, the Samuel Morse Historic Site. More...

Patti Labelle in Concert to Benefit Paramount Center This Weekend

The Paramount Center for the Arts in Peekskill, is pleased to announce its Fifth Annual Red Carpet Benefit Fundraising Concert on Saturday, June 21st at 8pm, with Patti Labelle. The event is proudly sponsored by Entergy. More...

Acclaimed Local Poet to Read From His New Collection at Chapel of Our Lady Restoration

Acclaimed poet and Cold Spring resident Jeffrey McDaniel will read from his new collection, The Endarkenment, on Saturday June 28 at 6:30pm at the Chapel of Our Lady Restoration. More...

Rock Gardens are Focus of Next Manitoga Volunteer Landscape Day

Manitoga/The Russel Wright Design Center will host this season's third Volunteer Landscape Day on Saturday, June 21 from 11am until 4pm, focusing on the rock gardens and stone steps of Putnam County's only National Historic Landmark. More...

Traveling Pants Journeying to Brewster Library This Summer

In celebration of Ann Breshare's novels, Sisterhood of The Traveling Pants, the Brewster Public Library will be hosting a pair of "Traveling Pants" during the week of August 12 to August 19. More...

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