March 4, 2009 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Community Yard Sale at the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum

On Saturday, April 25, from 10am until 2pm, the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum will be hosting a Reduce, Reuse and Recycle Community Yard Sale in conjuction with Earth Day and the 3rd Annual Hike-AThon . More...

Bamm2 Brings Music of America to Mahopac Public Library

BAMM (books, art, music in Mahopac) is back at the Mahopac Public Library with a new and exciting series of concerts featuring traditional and contemporary music of America. More...

Great Decisions at the Desmond-Fish Library Addresses US Foreign Policy Concerns

For the eighth consecutive year the Desmond-Fish Library will be hosting a series of Great Decisions discussions. More...

Manitoga Elects Three New Members to Board of Directors

Manitoga/The Russel Wright Design Center elected three distinguished new members to its Board of Directors at the organization's annual meeting on January 24. More...

"Slavery in the Hudson River Valley" Program at Putnam County Historical Society

Learn about the history of enslavement in our region as the Putnam County Historical Society's Quadricentennial lecture series continues. Join host Leslie Jacobson for wine, cheese, and a lecture with historian Michael A. More...

Myth and Deception at Play in Maria Pia Marrella Exhibit at Garrison Art Center

A new exhibit featuring the work of Maria Pia Marrella opens at the Garrison Art Center on Friday, March 6 and runs through Sunday, March 29. More...

The Sacred Balance of the Irreverent: Remembering Audrey Chibbaro

Exhibit at GO NORTH Gallery coincides with publication of book of pencil sketches

A retrospective exhibition is being held to celebrate and honor the art of Audrey Chibbaro, who succumbed to cancer at age 45 on December 11, 2008. More...

Putnam Chorale Announces its 2009 Spring Season

The Putnam Chorale is pleased to announce its spring 2009 program, Mendelssohn's Elijah. More...

Philipstown Garden Club Program: Color as an Element of Design

Charles Corrigan Straub, Professor emeritus of landscape horticulture, will speak on the topic Color as an Element of Design at a special program on Sunday, March 15 at 2pm in the Thompson Room at Boscobel. More...

Creative Dance Theater for Young Children at Howland Library

Children ages three to six are invited to participate in Creative Dance Theater on three consecutive Saturdays in March at Howland Public Library on 313 Main St. in Beacon. More...

Local Borden Milk Factory Stories Sought by Southeast Museum

The Southeast Museum is working on its 2009 historical exhibition on the Borden Milk Factory. They are asking the community for stories about the Borden Milk Factory that operated in Brewster. More...

Grand Marshall to be Honored at Arts on the Lake Irish Open Mouth

County Executive Bob Bondi will present a proclamation to Kent resident Michael J. Gibbons at the beginning of Arts on the Lake's Irish Open Mouth, Friday, March 13 at 8pm. More...

Tuesday Night Databytes at Kent Library Investigates Gmail

The Kent Public Library's monthly series of computer and technology demonstrations and discussions, "Tuesday Night Databytes," continues on Tuesday, March 17, 6:30pm, with Gmail. More...

Six Steps to Better Health at Howland Library

Learn about one man's personal journey to better health during this short workshop at the Howland Public Library, Wednesday, March 11, from 12:30- 1:30pm. Local resident, Luvin Gory Jr. More...

Butterfield Library's Teen Advisory Board to Host St. Paddy's Day Dance

Philipstown Teens in grades 7 & 8 are invited to the Butterfield Library's Second Annual St. Paddy's Day Dance hosted by TAB (Teen Advisory Board) to be held on Friday, March 13 from 7 to 10pm. More...

Ivan Chermayeff Exhibition Opens at Garrison ArtCenter

Garrison Art Center will present an exhibition of collages, sculptures, and prints by noted artist and graphic designer Ivan Chermayeff, opening on March 6, 2009. More...

Howland Cultural Center Celebrates Women's History Month

March is the month when the nation officially recognizes the contributions of women to American history with the annual designation of March as Women's History Month. More...

Program on Conservation Challenges in Alaska Presented by Putnam Audubon at Desmond-Fish

PHAS is pleased to welcome Lauren Hierl, Alaska Policy Associate, National Audubon Society. More...

Energy Healing to Release Stress at Desmond-Fish Library

One Light Healing Touch, an international energy healing and mystery school is offering free energy healing workshops on March 17 and April 9 at the Desmond Fish Library in Garrison, from 7-8:30pm. More...

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