December 9, 2009 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Student/Faculty Show and 'Art Tree' at Art Center

Garrison Art Center is opening its first Student/ Faculty Show this December 11- 23. Work by teaching artists and class participants of 2009 will be included. The public is invited to the opening reception Friday, December 11, from 6-8pm. More...

Flower Show in a Tree at Butterfield

The Highland Garden Club welcomes all to come and enjoy their 4th Annual Origami Holiday Tree at the Julia L. Butterfield Library. More...

St. Philip's Choir Performs Saint-Saëns' Oratorio de Noel

On December 13 at 4pm, the St. Philip's Choir, soloists, and orchestra will perform Camille Saint-Saëns Oratorio de Noël, Opus 12 (Christmas Oratorio). More...

Create Your Own Ornament at Hudson Beach Glass

Come to the Hudson Beach Glass studio on Beacon's Main Street to blow your own ornament. Anyone age 7 and older will have the experience of a lifetime. More...

Kick off the Holidays with a Little Local History

Most of us know Jonathan Kruk as a master storyteller for children; this Saturday, December 12, at 5pm, adults will be treated to another side of the tale-teller, with a historical performance that brings the Quadricentennial alive. More...

The Nobility of Helping Others is Theme of Seven Samurai

This holiday season, the Philipstown Depot Youth Players bring theatergoers an out-of-the-ordinary option for entertainment: the actionpacked The Seven Samurai bursts into the Depot Theatre on Friday, December 11, for a two-weekend engagement. More...

Tour Dutchess County's Decorated Great Estates and Historic Sites

Dutchess County's historic sites are lavishly decorated for Christmas.Visit the area's "Great Estates," dressed in their finest, each reflecting different periods in American history, including the Victorian era and the Gilded Age. More...

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