April 25, 2007 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Beacon Artist Union Exhibits Photography and Mixed Media by Staples

In her second solo show at bau, member Christopher Staples will be showing new works May 12 through June 3, 2007. More...

West Point's Trophy Point Amphitheatre's Concert Season Begins in June

It was documented as early as 1817 that crowded ships from New York to Poughkeepsie would drop anchor off at West Point to give their passengers an opportunity to listen to Willis and his band. What band are they referring to? More...

Introduction to Birding: a Unique Experience at Museum of Hudson Highlands

On Saturday, May 5, at 8:30am, the Museum of the Hudson Highlands presents "Introduction to Birding." Novice and veteran birders will enjoy a very special morning as professional photographer and birder, Ken Kijewski introduces the basics of birding More...

Legendary Singer/Actor Al Martino Performs Benefit Concert for Brain Tumor Society at Paramount Center

Legendary singer Al Martino will perform his favorite hits and classic love songs at a special concert to benefit the Brain Tumor Society at the Paramount Center for the Arts in Peekskill on Sunday May 6 at 3pm. More...

Annual Meeting of the Putnam County Historical Society & Foundry School Museum Held

Fifty people attended the annual meeting of the Putnam County Historical Society & Foundry School Museum April 14. Keynote speakers were Thomas Rinaldi and Robert J. More...

Spring Programs are Underway at The Butterfield Library

Story hours and programs return to The Julia L. Butterfield Memorial Library beginning this week. These six-week programs will run through the week of May 28th. More...

Beacon Artists' Salon to Meet Once a Month

The Beacon Artists' Salon will meet once a month at Chthonic (pronounced Thonic) Clash Coffeehouse on Main Street in Beacon. Come to the first meeting on Wednesday, April 25, 2007 from 6-7:30pm. More...

Sheila Rauch's Cold Spring Watercolors on Display at NYC Gallery

Sheila Rauch, of Cold Spring and New York City, is currently having a show at the Atlantic Gallery at 40 Wooster Street (between Grand and Broome) in NYC. More...

Writing Workshop to be Held at Brewster Public Library

Author Gail Carson Levine, author of Ella Enchanted and other works, will offer a free writing workshop for children ages 1.0 and up this summer at the Brewster Public Library, 79 Main Street (Route 6.) Ms. More...

Brewster Library Holding Book and Bake Sale

The Brewster Public Library Volunteers will be holding a Book and Bake Sale on Saturday, June 2, 2006 from 10am to 3pm in front of the library and in the main reading room. More...

"The Art of Persuasion, a Visual Exhibit at Paramount Arts Center

The Paramount's Upper Gallery presents The Art of Persuasion, an exhibition of prints organized by The New York Society of Etchers and William Maxwell of Maxwell Fine Arts Gallery in Peekskill. More...

Monica d. Church Exhibits at Go North

Go North - A Space for Contemporary Art is pleased to announce the opening of Monica d. Church's first solo show with the gallery. Fly Away Little Bird will be on view from May 5 through May 27, 2007. More...

Museum of Hudson Highlands Hike-a-Thon Garners Support

Nearly a dozen local businesses and organizations have come together to support the Museum of the Hudson Highlands' premiere Hike-A-Thon to be held on May 19. The Museum's good friend, Walden Savings Bank is the event's lead sponsor. More...

No Brakes Bluegrass Band to Perform at First Presbyterian Church

Philipstown Concerts will present a program of bluegrass music featuring No Brakes on May 6th at 3pm at First Presbyterian Church of Philipstown, Cherry and Academy Streets, Cold Spring. More...

Chamber Music Circle to Conclude Season

For its last concert of the 2006-2007 season on May 6, the Howland Chamber Music Circle will present the exciting young Parker String Quartet. More...

Behind the Ropes and Into the Studio at Boscobel and Garrison Arts Center

Boscobel, the house museum of the Federal period in Garrison, and the Garrison Arts Center are collaborating on an unusual workshop, "Behind the Ropes and into the Studio," on Saturday, May 5, from 10am- 3pm. More...

Common Ground Farm Hosts Documentary Film Screening

On Thursday May 3rd, Common Ground Farm, the community farm project in Beacon, is hosting a free film screening of Independent America: The Two-Lane Search for Mom and Pop, at the Chthonic Clash Coffeehouse in Beacon. More...

Pirates of Penzance Sail Into Paramount Center for Benefit

Director Joel Goss brings together a band of swashbuckling buccaneers, bumbling British bobbies, virtuous Victorian maidens, and the "model of a modern Major-General" for a rollicking romantic romp in Gilbert & Sllivan's zany operatta Pirates of Pe More...

Putnam Arts Council Presents Art After Seventy- Five

Putnam Arts Council invites the public to enjoy the creative efforts of working artists seventy five and older at their 15th annual Art After Seventy Five exhibit. More...

Inspired Visions: Works Created by Artists from Treatment Centers

In recognition of May is Mental Health Month, the Mental Health Association in Dutchess County will host an opening reception for Inspired Visions, an art exhibit created by artists from the Dutchess County Department of Mental Hygiene's Continu More...

Handbell Concert in Cornwall

In celebration of twenty-three years of ringing in Cornwall, the Cornwall Presbyterian Church will present a Spring Concert of Handbell music on Sunday, May 6, 2007 at 3pm. Twenty-two handbell ringers will ring four octaves of bells and more. More...

Season Finale of Greater Newburgh Symphony Orchestra features Raman Ramakrishnan

The Greater Newburgh Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Woomyung Choe, presents its season finale on Saturday. Mav 19, 2007 at 8pm in the Newburgh Free Academy Auditorium, 201 Fullerton Ave., Newburgh. More...

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