September 17, 2008 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Watercolors by Mary E. Whitehill at Class of 1929 Gallery

The West Point Class of 1929 Gallery is currently presenting an exhibition by local watercolor artist Mary E. Whitehill. The show runs through November 9. Come meet the artist at the opening reception, Sunday, September 21, from 2 to 4pm. More...

Trombonists Featured at West Point Concert Band Recital

West Point Band's Chamber Recital Series will continue on Sunday, September 28 at 3pm at West Point's Jewish Chapel. More...

A Wealth of Services are Available to You at Butterfield Library

It's not surprising in this economic climate that people are looking to their local library even more than before. A library card is a powerful piece of plastic. In fact, it is probably the most valuable piece of plastic you will ever own. More...

Dia Presents New Exhibition by Zoe Leonard at Dia:Beacon, Riggio Galleries

This fall, Dia presents You see I am here after all, a new work by American artist Zoe Leonard that opens at Dia:Beacon, Riggio Galleries on September 21, 2008, and will be on view through September 7, 2009. More...

Habitat For Artists Pairs With Dar Williams for a Special Event in Beacon

On Tuesday evening, Sept. 9, over 250 people braved the rain to celebrate the art and music of Dar Williams' new CD Promised Land at Spire Studios in Beacon. More...

Handmade Quilt Being Raffled in Support of Butterfield Library

Two members of the Julia Butterfield Quilting Guild are pictured selling chances in front of Foodtown for their handmade quilt "Garden of Roses." Chances are still available at the Library and are for the benefit of the Library. More...

Arts On The Lake to Present New Play Based on Interviews

Kent Stories: Neighbors Portray Neighbors is scheduled to be presented at the Lake Carmel Cultural Center, 640 Route 52, in Kent, on Friday, September 19 and Saturday, September 20 at 8pm. More...

Yonkers Philharmonic Orchestra in Free Concert

On Sunday, October 26, 2008, at 3pm, the Yonkers Philharmonic Orchestra will perform a free concert at the Saunders Trade and Technical High School Auditorium, 183 Palmer Road, Yonkers. More...

Marc Von Em Plays The Depot Theatre

Music Tracks presents singer/ songwriter Marc Von Em Saturday, September 27 at 8pm at the Philipstown Depot Theatre in Garrison. He will be joined by Mal Stein on percussion and Malcolm Gold on Bass. More...

Butterfield Bookmarks Remain Regional Champions

The Butterfield Bookmarks, The Julia L. Butterfield Memorial Library's Battle of the Books team, came in first place at the Regional Competition on Saturday, September 13, 2008 at Roy C. Ketcham High School in Wappingers Falls, NY. More...

Workshops and Classes Announced at Carmel's Reed Memorial Library

The following programs are scheduled for September and October at Reed Library: -Personal Organization Workshop, Sunday Sept. 21, 2pm. Learn how to get organized this special Sunday. - Daddy and Me Fridays beginning September 19, 10:30- 11:30am. More...

Teen Programs Have Begun at Howland Library

Programs for teens have started up this September at Howland Public Library on 313 Main St. in Beacon. The Youth Advisory group meets every 2nd Friday of the month from 3:30- 4:30pm. Students age 12 and up may join any time during the school year. More...

Music Festival at Mt. Nimham Fire Tower

Like the mythological Greek phoenix, a bird believed to rise from its own ashes, the once badly burned and vandalized Mount Nimham Fire Tower stands restored and majestic atop its namesake mountain. On Sunday, Sept. 28, the Mt. More...

Weekly Chess Club for Kids at Patterson Library

Patterson Library will hold a weekly Chess Club for kids ages 8 and up. If you know how to play and want to meet other kids who do, join the club! Monday afternoons September 22 - November 10, 4-5PM. Bring your chess set. More...

Numerous Volunteers Tended to Key Areas at Manitoga's Most Recent Landscape Day

Manitoga's 5th Volunteer Landscape Day for 2008, held on Saturday, September 6, was a great success despite Hannah's rains and wind. More...

Hudson Highlands Nature Museum's New Entrance Road to be Unveiled

Jonathan Kruk, Story Teller will tell the story of the Pied Piper of the Highlands at Family Celebration

"The Hudson Highlands Nature Museum and the Town of Cornwall have built a road that will provide safer, more convenient access to the Museum's Outdoor Discovery Center and the Town of Cornwall's new Angola Road Park," the Museum's Executive Directo More...

Volunteer Recruitment Meeting at the Paramount Arts Center

Please come to the Paramount Center in Peekskill on September 24 at 6pm to learn more about the various Volunteer Opportunities there. More...

Depot Docs' New Season Begins with a Double Bill

The Depot Docs 2008 - 2009 season, presenting both contemporary and classic documentary films and their filmmakers at the Philipstown Depot Theatre, begins on Friday, September 26th, with a first-ever double bill: More...

The Ride of Sybil Ludington is Rendered in a Dramatic Bus Tour as Part of Hudson Valley Ramble

The Institute of History, Archaeology, and Education is offering a special event on Saturday, September 27, 2008, as part of the Ninth Annual Hudson River Valley Ramble in September. More...

Mike LaRocco's Evening of Jazz This Saturday at Depot Theatre

Enjoy great jazz with Mike LaRocco's 5th annual Evening of Jazz show to be held this Saturday at 8pm at the Philipstown Depot Theatre, Garrison. More...

Garrison-Based Film Company Screens Sundance Hit at Upstate Films

Garrison-based documentary production company Ironbound Films is pleased to announce the Saturday, September 20, screening of its 2008 Sundance Film Festival hit The Linguists at Rhinebeck's Upstate Films at 2pm. More...

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