September 5, 2012 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

‘Five Corners’ Exhibit Opens At Hudson Valley

Lynne Schulte’s mother adored hot pink, so when a fuchsia-colored Adirondack chair mystically appeared during a summer retreat to Maine after her mother’s death, Schulte took it as a sign that their relationship was not over. More...

Music and Reading Set for Chapel this Weekend

Chapel of Our Lady Restoration

Special music and reading performances are set for this weekend at the Chapel of Our Lady Restoration, 45 Market St. The first is a concert at 8 p.m. More...

Live Music Calendar

Friday , September 7September Guitars - The DMK TrioThe Silver Spoon, 124 Main St., Cold SpringSilverspooncoldspring.comTerrance Simien & The Zydeco ExperienceTowne Crier Café, 130 Route 22, PawlingTownecrier.comThe Sax Pack (OnStage Cabaret)The More...

Garrison’s Own Painter & Pediatrician Unveils Two Books  Free Access 

Addy is a charming and colorful, but ditzy, little girl with a tousle of curly hair and energy to burn. She lives with a loving family that is often challenged, but never defeated, by Addy’s slightly skewed approach to life. More...

Hootin’ on the Hudson

On Sunday, September 9th, the Little Stony Point Citizens Association will host its annual Hoot on the Hudson, or simply, “the Hoot.” More...

Summer Music Series Wraps Up

A lively crowd was on hand at the Bandstand in Cold Spring on Sunday evening to enjoy the Buddy Traina Band performing at the last concert of the Summer Sunset Music Series, the weekly free music events that are sponsored by the Cold Spring Area Cham More...

Cultural Events

Garrison Art Center Garrison’s Landing 424-3960 Gallery Hours Tue/Sun: 10-5pm Thru Oct. 8 CURRENT: Summer Sculpture Show at Boscobel Sep 8 - 30 Reception Saturday, Sept. 15, 5-7pm More...

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