December 31, 2008 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Putnam Chorale Welcomes Singers to Participate in Their Performances of Elijah

The Putnam Chorale welcomes participation by singers from other local Chorales in their new performance of Mendelssohn's oratorio, Elijah. Rehearsals begin on January 5 at Guideposts, located on Seminary Hill Road, in Carmel. More...

West Point Clarinets Play Bernstein, Beethoven and More

The United States Military Academy Band will continue its popular chamber music series on Sunday, January 11 at 3pm in the West Point Jewish Chapel. More...

County Players Announces Auditions for How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying

County Players will be holding auditions for their May 2009 production of How to Succeed In Business Without Really Trying on Sunday and Monday, January 11 and 12 at 7pm. More...

Exploring Nature through Art for Ages 4-5 at Hudson Highlands Nature Museum

Starting Thursday, January 8, from 1pm-2pm, the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum begins Exploring Nature through Art, a 4-week program designed for children who are four and five years old. More...

Depot Theatre to Hold Auditions This Weekend

The Philipstown Depot Theatre is holding auditions for the original play Bastard Nation written and directed by John Plummer. The auditions will be at the Philipstown Depot Theatre at The Garrison Landing Saturday, Jan. More...

Jes Minardi Paintings on Display at Riverview Restaurant

Landscape artist and local resident, Jes Minardi, is displaying a dozen pieces at Riverview Restaurant, 45 Fair Street, Cold Spring, now through February 7, 2009. More...

Dark, a Group Exhibition at b.a.u.

The Beacon Artist union - a/ k/a. b.a.u. opens its new group show Dark on January 10. The show will run through February 8. This show builds on and extends the co-operative and socio-inclusive concept that b.a.u. was founded on. B.a.u. More...

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