September 10, 2008 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Howland Library Offers Homework Assistance

Got Homework? Howland Public Library in Beacon will offer homework guidance and research assistance for all grade levels at their Homework Center beginning Tuesday, September 23 and running through the school year. More...

Library Activities For Young Children at Howland Library

When the older children are back in school, it's time for the younger ones to have some fun at Howland Public Library on 313 Main St. in Beacon. Fall children's programs have begun. Toddler Tales is held every Wednesday morning from 10:30-11:15. More...

The Bannerman Island Gallery Presents The Hudson Valley Four

The Bannerman Island Gallery will present the Hudson Valley Four, a group of four Hudson Valley artists including Daisy dePuthud, Jamie Williams Grossman , Phyllis Tarlow an d Suhua Woods, all paint together. More...

LifeBio/Writing Your Life Story: a SeniorNet Program at Kent Library

Just as we are never too old to learn, we also are never too old to write … especially about our own lives. Published authors tell us to write about what we know. More...

Foreign Film Mostly Martha to Show at Howland Library

German foreign film, Mostly Martha (Bella Martha), will be shown at the Howland Public Library, 313 Main Street, Beacon, on Friday, September 26 at 7pm in the Community Room. More...

The Armchair Actors Meet Monthly at Brewster Library

Would you enjoy an evening out of the house? Interested in theater but don't have the time to commit to a full production? Then, come join The Armchair Actors, Brewster Theater Company's monthly play reading group. More...

Carinda Swann Named Executive Director of Garrison Art Center

Garrison Art Center is pleased to announce that artist Carinda Swann is leading the Art Center's educational programs, exhibitions and wideranging community events. More...

Mike LaRocco's An Evening of Jazz at Depot Theatre on September 20

Enjoy a very special evening of jazz with The Mike LaRocco Quartet Saturday, September 20 at 8pm at the beautiful Philipstown Depot Theatre, Garrison. This annual event is back for its sixth year, and the reviews have been excellent. More...

Hudson Valley Invitational at Van Brunt Gallery September 13-29

Panel on the Present and Future of the Arts in the Hudson Valley September 14

Where are we? A simple enough question, but one not easily answered when it comes to mapping the current art scene. Especially in a region that's part of a larger art world whose topology is in flux. More...

Dutch Legacy Weekend at Regional Historic Sites

A Dutch Legacy Weekend will take place on Sept 20 - 21, 2008. Hours, fees and dates vary. More...

Energy Healing to Release Stress at Desmond-Fish Library

One Touch Light Healing, an international energy healing and mystery school, is offering a free introductory energy healing workshop on Sept 23 at the Desmond Fish Library in Garrison, from 6:30-8:30pm. More...

Free Math Homework Help Part of the Fall Program Line-Up at Desmond-Fish

The Desmond-Fish Library is offering free Math Homework Help for children in fourth through sixth grades each Tuesday 4-5pm beginning on September 16. More...

Grey Zeien, The Comix, Paintings 2008: an Exhibit at Beacon Artists Union

In its 45th consecutive monthly exhibition, Beacon Artists Union , located on Main Street , Beacon, features the work of mid-career Philipstown painter Grey Zeien, (of Grey Printing) whose abstract work has in recent years has dealt with themes of More...

Young Artists Worldwide Showcased at Peace Pals International Exhibition in Beacon

Youth from around the world have submitted original artwork with the theme "friendship" for the 11th Annual "Peace Pals™ International Art Exhibition and Awards," held this year in celebration of the United Nations' International Day of Peace More...

The Smartest Card: Get it, Use it @ Your Library

September is Library Card Sign-up Month, and the Mid- Hudson Library System wants to make sure that your child is among the two-thirds of Americans that carry the smartest card of all - a library card. More...

Fall Story Hours to Begin at the Butterfield Library

In this day and age of hectic lives and busy schedules, reading together is a simple and enjoyable way for parents to take time out and focus on the family. Young children need lots of special, dedicated time with their loved ones. More...

Mount Gulian is Historic Site of 2008 Putnam County Historical Society's Harvest Gala

One of the Hudson River Valley's earliest Dutch homesteads, Mount Gulian Historic Site in Beacon, will be the venue for the Putnam County Historical Society's 2008 "Harvest Gala" on Saturday, October 11. More...

Revolutionary War Talk on Salisbury Iron District at Van Wyck Homestead Museum

The Salisbury Iron District, which is located in CT, MA and NY will be the feature of a talk on Sunday, Sept. 14 at 2pm, by Dick Paddock of the Salisbury Historical Society. More...

Launch Event For Clara Lou Gould Fund for the Arts at Van Brunt Gallery

A new funds to supports the arts in the Greater Beacon area—the Clara Lou Gould Fund for the Arts—is being launched in a kick-off event taking place on Friday Evening, September 12, 2008 6-9pm at the VanBrunt Gallery, 460 Main St, and t More...

Arts For the Park-Family Dynamics: Benefit for Tots Park

8 local musicians present a concert of Chamber Music at First Presbyterian Church in Cold Spring

It all started when Carolyn Llwellyn was with her toddler Elaine June at Cold Spring Tots Park. Elaine June was having such a good time that Carolyn remembered how she herself might like to play. More...

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