September 15, 2010 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Landscape Workshop with Tom Doyle

The Hudson Highlands Nature Museum offers a Landscape Photography Workshop: Start to Finish with Tom Doyle at the Outdoor Discovery Center, on Muser Drive, across from 174 Angola Road, Cornwall. This is a three-session workshop series: More...

Live Music Calendar

THURSDAY SEPT. 16 OPEN MIC NIGHT w/ new host DON LOWE Sign-up 5-7pm, show starts at 7pm, The Towne Crier Café, 130 Rt. 22, Pawling SATURDAY, SEPT. More...

Manitoga Hosts Volunteer Landscape Day

On Saturday, September 18, from 9am to 2pm, Manitoga/ The Russel Wright Design Center hosts its Volunteer Landscape Day: Restore, Reclaim, Renew. Restore the landscape; reclaim the beauty; renew your spirit. Rain or shine. Lunch served. More...

Newburgh Symphony Pays Tribute to Dominican Sisters

The Greater Newburgh Symphony Orchestra will perform in tribute to the Dominican Sisters of Hope for over 125 years of contributions to the ESTATE& communities of greater Newburgh on Saturday, September 25, at 7pm at Aquinas Hall of Mount Saint More...

FDR Library Celebrates Constitution Day

In partnership with the National Constitution Center’s annual I Signed the Constitution program, the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum is celebrating Constitution Day (Sept.17) with a special display in the Henry A. More...

Fort Montgomery Hosts Fall Lecture Series

Thursday, September 16, 7pm - Claudius Smith: Revolutionary Rogue or Robin Hood? More...

Boscobel Gets Grant from State Council on the Arts

Keeping in line with its mission to enrich the lives of its visitors with memorable experiences in the history, culture and environment of the Hudson River Valley, Boscobel House & Gardens continues to present art exhibitions that beautifully captur More...

Native American Botanical Hike at Hudson Highlands

On Saturday, September 25 at 10 am, the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum will host a Native American Botanical Hike. More...

Local Feast at Common Ground Brunch

On Saturday September 25, Common Ground Farm will be hosting its annual Brunch in the Fields. More...

100 Years of Broadway at Riverspace

On Saturday, September 25, at 8pm, Neil Berg’s 100 Years of Broadway returns for one night to Riverspace in Nyack, to perform the number one Broadway Revue Touring Show in the United States, featuring Broadway’s Rob Evan (Jekyll and More...

West Point Recital Series: Trumpet and Laptop

The West Point Band’s chamber recital series will continue on Sunday, September 26 at 3pm in the West Point Band’s Egner hall. More...

Matt Frieburghaus: Waveforms in Peekskill

Westchester Community College Center for the Digital Arts at the Peekskill Extension welcomes the public to the opening of Waveforms. The s how runs from now through October 16. More...

Putnam Mideast Volunteer to Speak at St. Philip’s

Zoe Petkanas, a Putnam Valley resident, recently graduated from the George Washington University in Washington, DC. More...

New Paltz Prof to Speak at Artist’s Salon

Anat Shiftan will be presenting at the September Artist’s Salon on Tuesday, Sept 28, 7pm, at the Barrett Clay Works 485 Main St., Poughkeepsie. More...

Vassar Hosts Concert to Support Haitian Music School

The Vassar Haiti Project will present a special concert on Friday, September 24, by Les Petits Chanteurs, accompanied by a chamber ensemble from the Holy Trinity Music School in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. More...

Joe McPhee and Trio X to Play Chapel of Our Lady

“Probably the best saxophone/ cornet instrumentalist in the history of jazz.”— Cadence Magazine More...

Hudson Valley Ramble Events

The Hudson Valley Ramble continues this weekend with a wide array of activities. Among the local events are: More...

Putnam County Historical Society Gala Set for Sept. 25

Saturday, September 25 promises to be a memorable evening in the Hudson Highlands as the Putnam County Historical Society’s 2010 Gala celebrates the legacy of one of the oldest families in Philipstown and a visionary artist who draws inspirati More...

Scarlett Letters and Numbers at Howland Library

Howland Public Library is honored to display The Scarlett Letters and Numbers, 36 intriguing photographs by Nora Scarlett, illustrating each letter of the alphabet and number from one to ten, between Sept. 3 and Nov. 5. More...

Mount Gulian Offers Free Tours in September

Mount Gulian Historic Site is offering free tours weekdays during the month of September. More...

Exploring Untold Stories of the Salk Polio Vaccine

The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum will screen the 2010 film “The Shot Felt ‘Round the World,” a documentary about the “untold stories” of the development of the Salk polio vaccine. More...

‘You Are Needed at Headquarters’

On Saturday, September 25, from 1pm to 5pm, “You Are Needed at Headquarters” at the New Windsor Cantonment. More...

Munich Meets New York at Bear Mountain’s Annual Oktoberfest

Weekends and Columbus Day beginning September 18 through October 24, Bear Mountain will host their annual Oktoberfest, starting September 18 and running every weekend through October 24 from 12- 6pm. More...

Local Author Debuts Inspirational Book at Our Lady of Loretto

On Sunday afternoon, Sept. 12, Our Lady of Loretto Parish in Cold Spring hosted a booksigning party for one of its own, author Frances Pergamo. More...

It’s Apple Time in New York State

The harvest of New York State’s most popular apple varieties begins this week. More...

Clarinet Trios at West Point

The West Point Band’s chamber music series continues with Sgt. 1st Class Sam Kaestner, performing a recital of music for clarinet, cello and piano. More...

Taconic Opera Gala Set for Oct 2.

Opera Lovers: If you missed Taconic Opera’s spectacular gala last year, don’t miss this one! More...

Depot Docs 5th Season Premiere: Street Fight

Friday Sept. 24, 7:30pm. Nominated for an Academy Award in 2005, Street Fight chronicles the bare-knuckles race for Mayor of Newark, N.J. More...

‘Invictus’ to Show at the Howland Public Library

The American film, “Invictus” will be shown at the Howland Public Library, 313 Main Street, Beacon, on Friday, September 24, at 7pm in the Community Room. Door opens at 6:30pm. More...

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