June 7, 2006 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Gail Carson Levine to Conduct Writing Workshop at Brewster Public Library

Author Gail Carson Levine, author of Ella Enchanted More...

Workshop on Overcoming Sugar Craving to be Held

Are you suffering from the sugar blues? The Brewster Public Library will be hosting a workshop on overcoming sugar cravings. More...

Hudson River Maritime Museum Presents Historic Mill and Sloop Lecture

The Hudson River Maritime Museum will present an illustrated lecture, Restoring and Rebuilding Historic Mills and Historic Hudson River Sloops by noted master millwright, Jim Kricker. More...

Cold Spring Artist Tony Moore Opens Exhibition "Who Knows Why?"

Cold Spring resident, Artist Tony Moore, the British-American sculptor and painter presents his solo exhibition "Who Knows Why?" a sculpture installation of 150 body cast human heads of wood-fired ceramic and steel at bau Beacon Artist Union in Beaco More...

Richard Butler to Exhibit New Paintings at Van Brunt Gallery

Instead of the deadpan, flatfooted irony of much contemporary art, which is meant to expose the moral depravity of those who hold political power or the deadening emptiness of the popular culture, Richard Butler's recent work confounds visual expecta More...

Teen Band Bonanza Features Local Talent

Area teens entertained an enthusiastic audience on Friday, May 12 with performances from bands, soloists, and dancers attending high schools in Peekskill, Lakeland, Mahopac, and Putnam Valley. More...

Westchester Philharmonic Returns to Lasdon Park for Saturday Concerts in July

Estate in Somers is site for four outdoor performances

The Westchester Philharmonic will return to Lasdon Park in Somers, for Midsummer Music with the Westchester Philharmonic, four Saturday evenings of classical music, Irish music, and jazz in July of 2006. More...

Jules Feiffer Feted at Library Dinner

The atmosphere was charged with political humor as acclaimed author Jules Feiffer received both awards of literary distinction given at the 12th Annual Library Associates Awards Dinner held at The Garrison on Saturday evening. More...

Hand-to-Mouth Players Host Playwright/Director's Workshop

Hand-to-Mouth Players presents its 15th annual awardwinning Playwright/Director's Workshop on Friday and Saturday, June 9th and 10th at 8:00 and Sunday, June 11th at 2:00 at the Trinity-Boscobel United Methodist Church, 275 Church St. in Buchanan. More...

Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival's 20th Season Kicks Off With a New Theater and A Midsummer Night's Dream

The Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a custom-designed state-ofthe art theater tent and a restaging of More...

Music Under The Stars Series Opens with Celebrating The Army's Birthday

The United States Military Academy Concert Band under the direction of Lieutenant Colonel Timothy Holtan will present a concert celebrating the Army's birthday at the Trophy Point Amphitheater on Sunday, June 11th at 7:30 pm. More...

Museum of the Hudson Highlands Summer Staff Ready for Camp

The Museum of the Hudson Highlands is fully staffed and ready to greet summer campers! The Museum's "Summer Nature Explorers" programs, for children from age 4 through sixth grade, are one-week sessions that take place June 26 until August 18. More...

GAC Hosts Extraordinary Summer Kid's Program

Summer is upon the Garrison Art Center as they prepare to host their annual Summer Arts on Hudson (SAH) program during the month of July. More...

Going Solo to be Performed at the Depot Theatre

The Depot Theatre presents, Art Hanson and Fred Nelson's "Going Solo" Friday, June 16 and Saturday, June 17 at 8pm. Going Solo is a staged reading of two solo performances developed through Gretchen Cryer's Writing for Solo Performance class in NYC. More...

Charles A. Birnbaum to Speak at Manitoga

Charles A. Birnbaum, noted authority on modern landscapes, will be at Manitoga/ The Russel Wright Design Center on Thursday, June 15 at noon to discuss the protection of 20th century landscapes and to sign copies of More...

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