September 21, 2011 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Hold Your Horses for Horse & Carriage Day at Boscobel

Hay in the air, a distinctive clip-clopping sound, plus a few whinnies here and there, must mean only one thing: it’s Horse & Carriage Day again at Boscobel House & Gardens. More...

Historic Hand Embroidery Workshops Coming Up

The Needle Arts Guild of Historical Hudson Valley has been offering sewing classes and hand embroidery workshops throughout the Hudson Valley. Founder, Mary Ann Kronk is pleased with the response and attendance at these events. More...

Nights of 9/11 Photo Exhibit

Nights of 9/11, a photo exhibit by Hale Gurland / Contact Press Images, opened last week in Beacon and runs through November 6. It’s easy to look back on things sitting in a chair years later. More...

‘Love and Kindness Know No Color’ Author Talk

Join local author Dr. Denise Woods, as she discusses her book Love and Kindness Know No Color from 1 to 2 p.m on Saturday, September 24, at the Howland Public Library. A book full of uplifting, true-life stories, Dr. More...

‘Let a Friend Take You to the Movies’ at Butterfield

The Butterfield Library is excited to announce the return of its movie series. This month, you can enjoy films through their Silent Film Series and their Movies at the Library Series. More...

Munich Meets New York at Bear Mountain’s Oktoberfest

Come to Bear Mountains Oktoberfest on fall weekends and Columbus Day beginning now through October 30th. The festival will feature authentic German food and beer, live entertainment and craft vendors. More...

‘You’ve Got a Friend’ at the Depot

Former Cold Spring resident Thomas Earl will perform a special live concert at the Philipstown Depot Theatre on Saturday, September 24th. It’s a Celebration of the Music of James Taylor. More...

Beacon Artists Open Studios to the Public

Beacon Open Studios is perhaps the key art event in Beacon. On the 4th weekend in September, more than 60 artists make their work available for a rare glimpse into the workings of some of the most interesting artists in the Hudson Valley. More...

Gina Randazzo: ‘Shopping’ at Peekskill Extension

”Gina Randazzo: Shopping” is now on display at the Westchester Community College Center for the Digital Arts in Peekskill, at 27 N. Division Street. More...

Meet Area Artists in Their Open Studios

Cold Spring Arts announces its first annual open studios on October 1 and 2. Artists will open their spaces to the public 12 pm to 6 pm on Saturday and Sunday. More...

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