January 12, 2011 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Keeping the Dream Local

The Desmond-Fish Library in Garrison will present its 15th annual Martin Luther King Day observances, “Bringing the Dream Home: Civil Rights and the Hudson Valley” Sunday evening, January 16 and Monday afternoon January 17. More...

Barrett’s New Catalog is Here

Barrett Art Center has announced that its new course catalog is now available. More...

Live Music Calendar

SATURDAY JAN. 15SAXOPHONIST ROB SCHEPS5:30pm, First Presbyterian Church, 10 Academy St., Cold SpringSATURDAY JAN. 15MICHELLE LE BLANC8:30pm The Hudson House, 2 Main St., Cold SpringMONDAY JAN. More...

Synagogue and Theatre Screen Heir to an Execution

At 4pm on Sunday, January 23, the Philipstown Reform Synagogue, together with the Philipstown Depot Theatre, will present a screening of Heir to an Execution, a personal documentary film by Ivy Meeropol about her journey to connect with her family t More...

‘Beacon Teen Reflections’ at RiverWinds

RiverWinds gallery at 172 Main Street in Beacon is celebrating its annual show by the art students at Beacon High School, Beacon. Beacon is known for its community of artists and many of these are young talented artists in high school. More...

‘Foul Shapes and Flags’ Opens Saturday

Garrison Art Center announces the first of its 2011 exhibitions featuring ink paintings by June Glasson and screen mono prints by Carlos Uribe. More...

‘The Economics of Happiness’

On Wednesday, January 26, the Garrison Institute will present an evening with internationally recognized cultural commentator, author and filmmaker, Helena Norberg-Hodge, including a screening of her latest film, “The Economics of Happiness.&rd More...

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