July 9, 2008 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

2008 Summer Reading Programs at Putnam Valley Library

Programs for children and teenagers abound at the Putnam Valley Library this summer. More...

Paper Making Children's Workshop at Southeast Museum

On Saturday, July 26 at 10:30am The Southeast Museum will hold a Children's Paper Making Workshop. The Chinese invented paper in 105 A.D. Paper has been made of wood pulped, cotton or flax over the years. More...

County Players Holds Auditions for Blood Brothers

County Players will be holding auditions for their November 2008 musical production of Blood Brothers. Casting 14-16 adult men and women. Sunday and Monday, July 27 and 28 at 7pm at the County Players Falls Theatre, 2681 W. More...

PAC's Express Yourself: Arts for Kids Underway

The sound of children running and laughing fills the lodge at Tilly Foster Farm. Express Yourself 2008 is underway, and today the students are learning "circus arts," drawing and painting lions, clowns and acrobats. More...

West Point Concert Band Music Under The Stars - Family Excursions

The West Point Concert Band under the direction of several members of the band will present a free concert on Sunday, July 27, 2008 at 7:30pm in the Trophy Point Amphitheater. More...

Looking for a Great, One- Day Vacation?

Spend it with PARC at their Summer Sunset Shakespeare Night on August 3

PARC, Putnam County's leading provider of service for children and adults with developmental disabilities, will host a special fundraiser in partnership with the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival this summer. More...

Artist Unveils Peekskill Envisioning Peekskill "Pep" Project

The first installation of the Peekskill Envisioning Peekskill (PEP) project located at the corner of 1.001 Park Street in the historic Downtown Artists District has taken place. More...

Susan English and Barbara Friedman Display New Work at Van Brunt Gallery

Artists are odd and that's a good thing. Despite their best efforts to transform what they do into a kind of professional "practice," artists only make rules to break them. More...

Mad Science! Comes to The Butterfield Library

The Julia L. Butterfield Memorial Library is excited to present Mad Science! Bugs! on Monday, July 14, 2008 at 4pm for children in grades K thru 6. Children of all ages have an innate curiosity about the creatures that share our Earth. More...

Visit Grand Garrison Estate at Putnam County Historical Society's 2008 Lawn Party July 19

One of Garrison's grandest riverfront estates is the venue for the Putnam County Historical Society's 2008 lawn party, to be held the afternoon of July 19 from 5 to 7pm. More...

Array of Works by Three Owners at RiverWinds Gallery

RiverWinds Gallery at 172 Main Street in Beacon celebrates its first five years in business with an array of new works by the three owners - painter E. Virginia Donovan, and photographers Mary Ann Glass & Linda T. Hubbard. More...

The Jazz Knights Perform a Tribute to Glenn Miller

Featuring Guest Vocalist Joe Francis

The United States Military Academy Band's Music Under the Stars series will continue on Sunday, July 20 at 7:30pm at West Point's Trophy Point Amphitheatre. The Jazz Knights will pay tribute to legendary band leader and trombonist Glenn Miller. More...

Barrett Art Center/Dutchess County Art Association presents Latin American Views: Contemporary Latin American Artists from the Hudson Valley

The Barrett Art Center (BAC) celebrates through this exhibit the richness of the Latino artists' diverse cultural integration in the Hudson River Valley. More...

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