September 9, 2009 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Four Prominent Local Artists Show Their Work at GAC

On Friday September 11, from 6-8pm, Garrison Art Center will host an opening reception for the artists featured in the upcoming exhibition that runs from September 11 through September 27. More...

Acclaimed Novelist Valerie Martin Reads from her Work

On September 13, the Sunset Reading Series will present one of America's best novelists, Valerie Martin. More...

Constitution Island Film Screened by Arts Council

Putnam Arts Council is pleased to announce their September film, Constitution Island: American Landmark, screened in honor of the Hudson Quadricentennial. More...

Antique Farm Equipment Impresses at Tilly Foster

Tractors, turn-of-the-century farm implements, antique water pumps—characterizing this display as "old equipment" hardly paints the correct picture. Imagine a 25 foot tall 1890s water well rig. More...

Garden Club's Show Summons Up the Scottish Highlands

The Philipstown Garden Club is offering up a special treat to the community. The club is staging a small flower show in the program room of the Desmond Fish Library on September 18 and 19, Friday and Saturday. More...

Documentary Honors Putnam Firefighters

Recently The Fire Within, a feature length documentary exploring the culture of members of the Fire Department in Putnam Valley and surrounding towns began airing on local Public Access Channels in Putnam. More...

Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

In September and October Jackie Grant, Executive Director of the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum, in partnership with the Hudson Highlands Land Trust, will be facilitating a 4-session workshop where participants will learn how to significantly reduc More...

Cultural Events

JULIA L. BUTTERFIELD MEMORIAL LIBRARY Rtes. 301 & 9D 845-265-3040 www.butterfieldlibrary.org Mon & Wed: 10am-8pm T, T, F and Sat: 10am-5pm Sun. More...

Oldest House in Garrison Opens for Two Weekends

Enjoy a rare guided tour of the Mandeville House, the oldest house in Garrison. More...

Words and Music: Two Afternoons at the Chapel

Charismatic Pianist Jason Cutmore Performs Schubert

Young pianist Jason Cutmore, described as "charismatic," with "brilliant finesse," will perform in The Chapel of Our Lady Restoration on Sunday, September 20. Free to the public, the concert begins at 4pm. More...

Butterfield Doll Workshops Mix History and Needlecraft

The Butterfield Library will be offering the American Girl Doll Workshop once a month throughout the fall season beginning on Tuesday, September 15, at 3:30. The featured "girl" will be "Kirsten, 1854. More...

Historic Dutch Sailing Vessels To Visit Cold Spring

The celebration of the 400th anniversary of Henry Hudson's legendary voyage from Amsterdam to New York and the establishment of the New Netherland colony continues with the arrival on these shores of a fleet of 20 historic boats which left the Dutc More...

Eat, Drink, Be Merry - and Help United Way Help Others

Celebrating 30 years of helping residents change their lives for the better here in Putnam, United Way is holding an anniversary event to showcase signature dishes from 14 of Putnam's finest restaurants, along with more than 30 fine wines and micro More...

The Hoot is a-Hollerin' Again at Little Stony Point

On Sunday, September 13, the Little Stony Point Citizens' Association is once again hosting its end of the season music festival, now known simply as "the Hoot." The Hoot on the Hudson started 15 years ago with some acoustic guitars, banjos, and ma More...

Defending Champs Battle it Out by Hitting the Books

This Saturday, almost 200 young people from twenty-one public libraries will duke it out in the l Mid-Hudson Library System Battle of the Books. More...

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