June 27, 2007 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Thomas Doyle: Human Remains Exhibit at Go North

Go North Gallery, Beacon, is pleased to announce the opening of Human remains, Thomas Doyle's first solo show with the gallery. His work will be on view from July 7 through 29, 2007. More...

Silhouettes and Corps of Discovery: Two July Events At Boscobel

On Saturday, July 14 at 10am, an unusual program, "Corps of Discovery," will offer 8- to 12- year olds an opportunity to be part of a small expeditionary group exploring the uncharted West - a portrayal of the Lewis and Clark Expedition of 1803. More...

Glass Painting Children's Workshop at SouthEast Museum

On Saturday, July 7 at 10:30am The Southeast Museum will hold a Glass Painting Children's Workshop. Reverse glass painting was popular in America during the early 1800's found on clocks and mirrors. More...

Too Human Performing at Howland Public Library

Too Human, starring Ellen Schwartz and Roger Bruno, will be performing in front of the Howland Public Library, 313 Main Street, Beacon, on Saturday, July 21 at 2pm. More...

A Medley of Sculpture Opens at Howland Cultural Center

Twenty-one artists are participating in an annual sculpture exhibition at the Howland Cultural Center which opened to the viewers on Saturday, June 23. The exhibition will run from June 23 through July 29, 2007. More...

Aery Theatre Company presents Acts of Relations at Depot Theatre

Aery Theatre Company presents Acts of Relations, three one act plays about family, June 29 and 30 at 8pm and July 1 at 4pm at the Philipstown Depot Theatre. What's the Story with Frank Russo by Richard Knipe, Jr. More...

Get a Clue at The Butterfield Library

Reading will be filled with mystery and adventure at the Julia L. Butterfield Memorial Library this summer as part of the Get A Clue @ Your Library reading incentive program. More...

Paramount Center for the Arts Announces New Theatre Company-in-Residence

The Paramount Center for the Arts is proud to announce a partnership with The Mighty Theatre Company to become the Paramount's new Theatrein Residence, presenting workshops, master classes, and daytime and evening performances at the Paramount duri More...

Music Under The Stars: Great American Classics at West Point

The United States Military Academy Concert Band under the direction of Lieutenant Colonel Timothy Holtan will present a concert of classic American music. More...

Cold Spring Area Chamber of Commerce to Host Summer Concert Series

Summer Sunset Music Series celebrates 6 years of free music in Cold Spring What started out as a fundraiser for the Cold Spring Fire Company has turned into one of the best concert events in the Hudson Valley…and it's free. More...

An Invitation to Participate in the Beacon Art Salon Fine Arts

A call for art works for the September Beacon Art Salon show at the Chthonic Clash Coffee House, 453 Main St., Beacon, from September 7 to October 8, 2007. More...

PV's Tai Aguirre Interviews Former Cold Spring Residents on WTQB Radio Show This Sunday

Cecilia and Peter Durkin discuss their move to Africa and subsequent return Putnam Valley resident and radio talk show host/director/ producer of "The ExPat Show", Tai Aguirre interviews Peter and Cecilia Durkin about their experience living in More...

Garrison Art Center Announces Current: A Sculpture Tour

Self-Guided Outdoor Summer Exhibit at Four Local Sites

Garrison Art Center presents Current: A Sculpture Tour which opened to the public on May 28 and ends August 12, 2007. More...

Hand-to-Mouth Players Announces their Playwright/ Director's Workshop

Hand-to-Mouth Players is pleased to announce their 16th annual award winning Playwright/ Director's Workshop. The workshop will take place on Sunday, July 8 at 2pm and Tuesday, July 10 at 7:30pm. More...

PV Sunset Series Announces Summer Schedule of Concerts and Movie Nights

Putnam Valley Parks and Recreation has announced their line-up for the Summer Season. All concerts and movie nights start at 6:30 in Putnam Valley Leonard Wagner Memorial Park, 156 Oscawana Lake Road, Putnam Valley, and are free. More...

It's A Love Fest at Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival

21st Season Continues with As You Like It HVSF company member Kurt Rhoads directs Shakespeare's

romantic comedy As You Like It, opening June 30 and running through September 2 in the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival's state-of-the-art tent theater on the spectacular grounds of Boscobel in Garrison. More...

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