November 4, 2009 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

West Point Chapel Celebrates The Music of Mendelssohn

On Sunday, November 15, at 3pm, Craig S. Williams will perform a recital comprising the complete organ sonatas of Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847). More...

Chaplin's The Gold Rush Screens at Butterfield

Charlie Chaplin called The Gold Rush, which features the quintessential Little Tramp with a balance of slapstick comedy and pantomime, social satire, and emotional and dramatic moments of tenderness, his personal favorite among his films. More...

Premiere of Jazz Work by Composer Damon Banks

Cold Spring composer and musician Damon Banks' jazz odyssey RESISTANCE: a maroon story will have its premiere on Saturday, November 21, at the John Jay High School in Hopewell Junction. More...

Paintings by Schulz and Scheele at Van Brunt

Where do we live: at the intersection of a particular latitude and longitude or in our heads or both? More...

Family Volunteer Landscape Day at Manitoga on Saturday

On Saturday, November 7, Manitoga will wrap up a year of resounding success in reclaiming its 75- acre landscape when three generations of the Osborn family host Family Volunteer Landscape Day. More...

Lori and Jim Ely are Honored by the Historical Society

Lori and Jim Ely, owners of Riverview Restaurant in Cold Spring, will receive the Putnam County Historical Society's Elizabeth Todd Healy Volunteer Service Award at the 51st annual PCHS Thanksgiving dinner on Sunday, November 22. More...

Putnam Chorale Celebrates Haydn This Season

During its fall season, the Putnam Chorale will perform the works of Haydn. This professional orchestra, together with guest soloists, will play under the direction of Douglas Anderson. More...

Alexander String Quartet Returns to Howland Center

The Howland Chamber Music Circle is happy to present the Alexander String Quartet in an eagerly anticipated return engagement. More...

The Barns Of Putnam County at Desmond-Fish Library

Paintings of the "Barns of Putnam County" by Janet Cassidy will be on display at the Desmond-Fish Library in Garrison from October 30 to November 14. More...

Elegance in December at Boscobel's Yuletide Teas

Before you head out to the town's tree lighting or to do more shopping, consider something a little more refined and calming to put you in the holiday spirit. More...

5th Annual Sustainability Expo To Focus on Local Food

Chef and Food Policy Advocate Michel Nischan will serve as featured speaker at the Expo at The Garrison. More...

Brian Nice's Book, Rescue Tails, is Published This Week

Brian Nice's book Rescue Tails, is out this week, fittingly coinciding with "Animal Rescue Week." The book's slogan is "Buy this Book, save a dog. More...

Parrott Street: a Halloween Tradition in Philipstown

Halloween Night would not be the same without a walk down Parrott Street in Cold Spring. More...

Community Spirit(s) Thrive in PV Community

Two Putnam Valley parents, Patti Kelvas and Gina Brescia, shared news about Halloween festivities in the Hilltop community in Putnam Valley. More...

Classics for Kids Flute Concert at Howland Center

The young virtuoso flutist Claire Chase will give a concert for young people at 3pm on Saturday, November 14 at the Howland Cultural Center. The concert will be followed by a master class for three outstanding local high school flute students. More...

Newburgh Symphonic Chorale Welcomes the Holidays

The Newburgh Symphonic Chorale presents a varied and spirit-raising winter concert program sure to put its audience in a holiday mood on Sunday, November 22, 2009, at 3pm at St. George's Episcopal Church, Grand Street, Newburgh. More...

The Taghkanic Chorale Presents Handel's Messiah

The Taghkanic Chorale plus orchestral ensemble and soloists will perform the much beloved Messiah under the musical direction of Steven Fox at their annual holiday concerts. More...

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