April 21, 2010 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Honor And Grace Comes To the Depot Theatre

What do luxury cars, senior citizens, and an unusual curiosity have in common? More...

Orphans of the Storm to be Screened at Butterfield

The Butterfield Library will feature Orphans of the Storm as this month’s selection for the Silent Film Series on Saturday, April 24, at 7pm with live, musical accompaniment from Cary Brown. More...

Conversation and Dinner with Hamilton and Jefferson

Mount Gulian Historic Site, Fishkill, will hold its 14th Annual Historical Dinner on Saturday, June 12, from 5pm to 9pm. More...

Moore’s Sculptures are at Hudson Beach Glass

Tony Moore, a British- American artist who resides in Philipstown, will exhibit his wood-fired ceramic sculptures in a solo exhibition Tony Moore: Sculpture, See Without Fear at Gallery at Hudson Beach Glass from Saturday, May 1 to Sunday, June 6 More...

The Written Word, as Spoken

WaterWrites Authors to Read at Butterfield Library

The Butterfield Library will host a literary gathering of select authors and poets from WaterWrites: A Hudson River Anthology on Sunday, April 25, at 3pm in the Reading Garden (weather permitting). More...

Poet Thomas Lux Reads From His Work At Sunset Series

Even at a place like Sarah Lawrence College, where the written word is king (or more likely queen), many of us who were freshman at the time cared little for poetry. More...

Archaeology Talk on Rock Art in the Hudson Valley

Located along rivers, at the edges of lakes, on mountain boulders, in rock shelters, on rock ledges where the continent meets the ocean, and tucked into parks and public places, American Indian rock art offers tantalizing glimpses of the signs and s More...

Sweet, Sparkly, & Stylish: Mother’s Day At Boscobel

Celebrate mom in a truly elegant way this year. Bring her to Boscobel House & Gardens where, first, you will step back in time with a guided tour through Boscobel, the 1808 house museum located on a bluff overlooking the Hudson River. More...

Newburgh Symphony Welcomes Back Pianist

The Greater Newburgh Symphony Orchestra, directed and conducted by Woomyung Choe, presents a Brahms and Beethoven Season Finale on Saturday, May 15, 2010, at 8pm at Aquinas Hall, Mount Saint Mary College, Newburgh, GNSO is pleased to welcome back in More...

Art Along The Hudson Includes Philipstown in 2010

Art Along the Hudson - 9 Communities, 9 Celebrations kicks off the 2010 summer season with a festival of the arts at SUNY New Paltz’s Samuel Dorsky Museum. More...

May Night Maidens: Resin Art by Carla Goldberg

Call them what you will, water ghosts, water spirits, succubus, mermaid demons, nymphs or sprites, by day these sisters of the river dwell at the bottom of the river and walk the banks by moonlight. More...

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