June 17, 2009 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Not Your Ordinary Trumpet and Clarinet Gig

Ben Neill and David Rothenberg will present and evening of solo and duoperformances for Neill's mutantrumpet electronics and Rothenberg's clarinet and assorted wind instruments with electronics, Friday June 26, at 8pm at the Depot Theatre, in Garri More...

Art Therapy Exhibit Displays Local Talent

Putnam Valley seniors, along with Cortlandt Healthcare on Oregon Road in Cortlandt Manor and Drum Hill Senior Living on Ringgold Street in Peekskill are proud to present a very special art exhibit, June 18 through July 5 at Drum Hill Senior Living. More...

Garden Study Group Offers Arranging Classes

The Garden Study Group of the Highland Garden Club will present a series of three classes. Helen Lindsey, National Garden Club Accredited Judge,will teach one traditional flower arrangement at each of the classes. More...

Revolutionary Route is Theme of New Exhibit

Now through September 20, 2009, the Thompson Room in the Carriage House of Boscobel House & Gardens will showcase French Marches through the Hudson River Valley, 1781-1782, an exhibit of nine large canvases by David R. More...

Play 18th Century Games at Cantonment's Kids Day

Come one, come all, Sunday, June 21, from 1 to 4pm to the Children's Day at the New Windsor Cantonment. A fun-filled day of family entertainment, the activities include the Two by Two petting zoo and 18th century games. Admission is free. More...

Partake of Golf Croquet On the Lawn at Boscobel

Looking for something different to do with Dad this Father's Day weekend? Show him a royally good time playing golf croquet on the great lawn at Boscobel. More...

Rescue Dog Romp Hosted by Humane Society

The Putnam Humane Society Alumni Association cordially invites you to its first annual day of fun, food, and frolic for dogs who have been adopted from PHS. More...

An Afternoon with Emily and Walt at Butterfield

The Butterfield Library invites you to spend the afternoon with the poetry of Emily Dickinson and Walt Whitman told through a dramatic reading by renowned poet Susan Kinsolving along with writer William Kinsolving on Sunday, June 28 at 4pm. More...

George Benson in Benefit for the Paramount Center

The Paramount Center is proud to announce that Grammy Award-winning jazz guitarist George Benson will headline its Sixth Annual Red Carpet Night Gala Concert on Saturday, June 27, 2009, at 8pm. More...

Old-Fashioned Summer Fun Ahead at 4-H Fair

As the summer months approach, we start to look forward to warm weather, longer days, and to making outdoor plans. More...

Veltz and Friends Take to the Stage at The Depot

Since their last sold-out appearance at The Depot Theater last year, much has happened with The Veltz Family. Ken & Jeannie (Mom and Dad) have settled in and made Cold Spring their home. More...

Paul Gould Exhibition at Bannerman Island Gallery

The Bannerman Island Gallery will present Hudson Valley artist Paul Gould in "The Hudson and Abroad." The show will open at the Bannerman Island Gallery located at 150 Main Street in Beacon on June 13. More...

Garden Conservancy Tour Visits Five Garrison Gardens

Estate& On Sunday, June 28, the Garden Conservancy will host a private garden tour featuring five Garrison gardens. Registration includes shuttle bus transportation, picnic lunch, and closing reception with refreshments. More...

Peerna's Drawings Shown at GO NORTH Gallery

GO NORTH is very pleased to present an exhibition of recent work by Cold Spring's Jaanika Peerna entitled Traces of a Sweet Connect. More...

Cornell Cooperative is Focus of Next "Dear Sandy"

Assemblywoman Sandy Galef hosts Dianne Olsen, Environmental Horticulture & Natural Resource Educator of Cornell Cooperation Extension of Putnam, and JoAnn DiRico, Master Gardener and Training Coordinator of the Cornell Cooperative Extension of West More...

Dar Williams Concert Benefits Local Arts Groups

A benefit concert for Habitat for Artists & ecoartspace starring Philipstown's Dar Williams and special guest Nick Panasevich will take place on June 27, 2009, at 7pm, at the McKenna Theatre on the campus of SUNY New Paltz, located at 1 Hawk Drive. More...

History of the Middle East at Desmond-Fish Library

On Tuesday, June 23, and Thursday,, June 25, Peter Feinman will present two talks on the history of the Middle East at the Desmond- Fish Library in Garrison. More...

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