August 19, 2009 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Japanese Film to Screen at Howland Public Library

The Japanese film Shall We Dance? will be shown at the Howland Public Library, 313 Main Street, Beacon, on Friday, August 28 at 7pm in the Community Room. Door opens at 6:30pm. More...

Wilderness Survival Skills Workshop at Stony Kill

Shane Whitefeather of the Mountain Scout Survival School will teach primitive skills, including: how to start fires without matches, animal tracking, wilderness shelter building, making cordage from bark and other fibers, and more on Saturday, More...

Bring Your Veggies to Home Garden Produce Swap

Cornell Cooperative Extension, Putnam County, is hosting a home garden produce swap on Saturday, August 29, from 9- 11am, at the Tilly Foster Farm, 100 Route 312, Brewster. Do you have zucchini or corn? And, would you like cucumbers or beets? More...

American Blue Rabbits Spotlighted at Tilly Foster

The American Blue Rabbit is a unique breed with a mandolin shape and wonderful blue hue. Definitely, not your typical household animal! More...

Ensembles, Trios, Quartets Fill Chamber Circle's Season

For its seventeenth season of bringing outstanding musicians to the Mid-Hudson Valley, the Howland Chamber Music Circle has again been able to secure the performances of some of the most exciting young artists today. More...

Period Framing Techniques to be Discussed at Boscobel

Frames are an essential part of the display of artwork, as can be seen by the paintings in Boscobel's current exhibition Home on the Hudson: Women and Men Painting Landscapes, 1825-1875. More...

Library Seeks Teens For Film Editing Project

The Desmond-Fish Library is looking for teens to learn film production and editing with the Library's Flip Video camcorder. This handy device allows the filmmaker to easily transfer film onto a computer and edit it with downloadable software. More...

Doansburg Ensemble Closes Season at St. Mary's

The Doansburg Chamber Ensemble will close their 2009 season with performances on Saturday, September 5, at 7pm at St. More...

Rock, Pop, and Jazz From Buddy Traina at Sunset

Just back from performances in Europe, Buddy Traina will be performing with his band on Sunday, August 23, 2009, at 5:30pm at The Cold Spring Area Chamber of Commerce Sunday Sunset Music Series. More...

'Bandancing' at West Point

The West Point Band conducted by Lieutenant Dae Kim will present a concert of dance music from around the world on Sunday, August 30 at 7:30pm in the Trophy Point Amphitheater. More...

Jazz Masters Bring Summer Delight

Who says you need to go to NYC to hear jazz's finest? Last Sunday, the Chapel of Our Lady Restoration in Cold Spring presented the fourth concert in its 2009 season to a packed house. More...

Evening Series at Stony Kill Spotlights the Nocturnal A

Join staff at Stony Kill Farm Environmental Education Center Manor House each upcoming Thursday in August from 7 to 8:30pm for a relaxing summer evening outdoors. More...

Insight Opening Offers Art, Music, Wine

Insight Gallery, located inside the Many Light Hands building on Main Street in Cold Spring, is having an art opening for its third show on Saturday, August 29, from 4 to 7pm. More...

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