October 13, 2010 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

‘Cold Comfort Farm’ Screens at Howland Library

The English film, Cold Comfort Farm will be shown at the Howland Public Library, 313 Main Street, Beacon on Friday, October 22, at 7pm in the Community Room. Door opens at 6:30pm. More...

Self Discovery & Healing Through Art & Meditation

Support Connection, Inc., announces a free program for people living with breast and gynecological cancers: “Mandalas: Self Discovery & Healing Through Art and Meditation” will be offered on Thursday, October 21, 2010 from 6:30 to 8:30pm More...

Merchant of Venice Staged in Rhinebeck

The Merchant of Venice, Shakespeare’s timeless, romantic comedy, will be staged at The Center for Performing Arts in Rhinebeck beginning October 22 and running through October 31. More...

Putnam Hospital Center Plans Gala Dinner and Ball for November 6

Enjoy “An Evening in Tuscany” at The Hyatt Regency Greenwich when Putnam Hospital Center marks its 46 years of providing quality and accessible health care to the community with its Annual Gala Dinner and Ball on Saturday, November 6. More...

Noted American Artist Richard Merkin on View

GARRISON ART CENTER

Garrison Art Center presents the exhibition Richard Merkin, opening October 16, 2010. More...

Passionate Fire: Woodfired Ceramics From the Tony Moore Kiln

Passionate Fire: Woodfired Ceramics from the Tony Moore Kiln is a group exhibition of selected ceramic works fired in Tony Moore’s Japanese style Anagama- Noborigama woodfire kiln near Cold Spring, on display at the Gallery @ Hudson Beach More...

Experience World-Class Jazz Vespers on Saturday

Come enjoy great jazz music at Jazz Vespers this Saturday at 5:30pm at the First Presbyterian Church of Philipstown, 10 Academy St., Cold Spring. More...

‘Threepenny Opera’ Debuts at the Depot

Threepenny Opera is seductive. Luring audiences into dark, tawdry turn of the century London, Mac the Knife—the quintessential connoisseur of wine, women, song and murder—steals our hearts. More...

Flute,Percussion Highlight Concert at West Point

The West Point Band’s chamber music series will continue with Staff Sergeant David Bergman performing a recital of music for flute and percussion. Flautist Marie Tachouet, with whom he has a regular performing ensemble, will join Staff Sgt. More...

Charles Birnbaum Speaks on Cultural Landscapes

MANITOGA

Charles Birnbaum, FASLA, FAAR, will discuss the significance of cultural landscapes on Saturday, October 23 from 5-7pm, at The Desmond-Fish Library in Garrison. More...

Audubon is for the Birds—and now the Bees

It was a good year for honey. Find out why. The Putnam Highlands Audubon Society will be hosting their Fall Chili Party, Saturday, October 23 at 5pm at the Taconic Outdoor Education Center’s Highland Lodge. More...

Spud Love

Although we often think of potatoes as ubiquitous, they originated solely from a tiny area isolated high in the Andes. More...

Watching Wright’s Design Go Up, With Cameras Rolling

If a rainstorm could ruin anything, it would definitely be a boat ride. And on a gray afternoon, with a sky that meant business, James Libby, a longtime filmmaker, sped across Lake Mahopac in his boat, rain pelting the windshield. More...

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