‚ÄėStay-cations‚Äô¬†¬† ‚ÄúSummer Time and the livin‚Äô is easy‚Ä¶.¬† ‚Äú
Some Charming Nearby Places to Visit; Many Exciting Events to Attend:
¬†AKIN LIBRARY:¬†¬†Gunnison Museum of Natural History and The Quaker Hill Historical Museum both housed in the Akin library. 378 ¬†Old Quaker Hill Rd, Pawling. ¬†Further info:¬† 845- 855-5099 or 860-354-2822.
THE JOHN KANE HOUSE:¬†¬†The John Kane House served as George Washington‚Äôs Headquarters in the fall of 1778.¬† Many fine historical, period pieces and memorabilia ¬†are on display from prolific Pawling Residents and Pawling‚Äôs Historical Events.¬† Location: 126 E. Main Street, Pawling. Hours/Events/ Further information:¬† Telephone: 855-9316
MCKINNEY & DOYLE Fine Foods: featuring Landscape Oil Paintings¬† by Joan Metzinger. 10 Charles Coleman Blvd, Pawling Village, NY.¬† Info: 845-855-3875; www.mckinneyanddoyle.com.,
MUSIC by THE LAKE:¬† Lakeside Park, Pawling (near the playground)/ Lathrop Building in case of Rain.¬†¬†All concerts¬† are 6-8 pm.¬† Info: Musicbythelake@yahoo.com ; email@example.com ; 845-855-1131.Admission Free.
FRONT STREET GALLERY,21 Front St.¬† Patterson, NY.¬†Acoustic Song Circle,¬† For dates and times; Classes and Event info:¬† firstname.lastname@example.org / 845-490-4542.
GALLERY ON THE GREEN: Many changing exhibitions: ¬†Location: 7 Arch St, Pawling Village.¬† Hours: Wed thru Sat Noon -5pm. Further info: 845-855-5642/ www.gotpawling.com.
SHERMAN CHAMBER ENSEMBLE: Signature Summer Series continues August 31; Sept 1 all at 8pm;¬† 30th Anniversary Party,¬† Further information/concert locations: 860-355-5930/¬† www.shermanchamberensemble.org
Theatre and Musical Events:
BREWSTER THEATRE COMPANY:¬†email@example.com
¬†MUSICALS at RICHTER PARK: Aunt Hack Rd., ¬†Danbury, CT-¬† Summer Youth Musical (ages 9-17) Beauty and the Beast; Fairy Tale Theatre-Further info at 203-748-6873/ info@MusicalsatRichter.org.
IVES CONCERT PARK: Open-Air Theatre, Danbury, CT- 2012 ¬†Series Now through September:¬† (Music, Comedy, Children‚Äôs and Cultural Events). Westside Campus, Western Connecticut State University.¬† For Events Schedule:¬† www.wcsc.edu/Tickets ; 203-837-TIXX /www.Ivesconcertpark.com.¬†Further information: 203-795-4737 / www.ivesconcertpark.com / www.liverpooltours.com/danbury.htm.
4th WALL PRODUCTIONS: ‚Äď Beacon Theatre, 445 Main St.¬† Beacon¬†¬†¬† Production info:¬†¬† THEBEACONTHEATRE.ORG / 845-226-8099.¬†
CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS AT RHINEBECK:¬†¬†Highlights from the Footlights, Sept. 1,2. ¬†Info/Brochure: 845-876-3080; www.centerforperformingarts.org.
BARDAVON THEATRE/ ULSTER PERFORMING ARTS CENTER: ¬†¬†Programs and Events take place in Poughkeepsie and Kingston: for a complete Fall program schedule phone: 845-473-2072/ www.bardavon.org.
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER IN SHERMAN:¬†¬† firstname.lastname@example.org or 860-355-8050.¬†
CARAMOOR INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL 2012:¬†¬†info: caramoor.org / 914-232-1252 (Brochures and Tickets now available) Programs include: Classical, Jazz, Chamber Music, American Roots Music Festival, Pops, Latin, Opera, Gospel,¬† Family programs and more.
MUSIC MOUNTAIN 2012 SUMMER MUSIC FESTIVAL- 83rd Season with Chamber Music, Gilbert and Sullivan, Big band and ¬†Country Music and Jazz.¬†¬† Falls Village, CT.¬† All performances and events¬†will run through September.¬† Brochure with detailed listings and schedules may be obtained by contacting Music Mountain at 860-824-7126/ www.musicmountain.org.
TANGLEWOOD, Lenox, MA: Information/ calendar for detailed summer musical¬† programs and¬† special music festival: Now through September 2.¬†¬† Contact: ¬†Boston Symphony Orchestra Offices(BSO)¬† at 413-637-5165 / www.bso.org.
HUDSON VALLEY SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL: performances at Boscobel. Garrison, NY.¬† Season through¬†September 2. Plays: Love‚Äôs Labour‚Äôs Lost; Romeo and Juliet; The 39 Steps. Info: hvshakespeare.org or by calling 845-265-9575.¬†
RIVER VALLEY REP, a non-profit Professional Theatre Company in Residence at¬† Marist College, Hyde Park, NY continues their season.¬† Info: 845- 575-3133 / www.RiverValleyRep.com
SHAKESPEARE AND COMPANY: Lenox, MA: ¬†Shakespeare.org/ 413-637-3353. Summer Brochure now available.¬†¬†Plays include: King Lear;¬† TheTempest; Satchmo At The Waldorf; The Tale of the Allergist‚Äôs Wife; Cassandra Speaks; Parasite Drag; Endurance; Tartuffe The Imposter.¬† The Company will also present ‚ÄúDibbledance‚ÄĚ and many special events throughout the summer.
PAWLING SHAKESPEARE CLUB: ¬†(celebrating 114 years): ¬†Studies and readings in Shakespearean Literature and special events through¬† September. New members heartily welcome to join 2012-2013. Contact: Marie DiLorenzo, President 845-855-9594; Forbes Linkhorn, Vice President: 845-593-2040).
¬†THE KNAVES of THE CHILDRENS SHAKESPEARE THEATRE: Schedule of future performances: ¬†email@example.com
BARRINGTON STAGE COMPANY, Pittsfield, MA:¬† presents Fiddler on the Roof, All My Sons, See How They Run, Lungs, Dr. Ruth: All the Way; The North Pool;¬† The Black Suits;¬† Lord of the Flies; Beauty and the Beast-Season runs until Oct 21.¬† Brochure available: barringtonstageco.org; / 413-499-5446.
The COUNTY PLAYERS:¬† Wappinger Falls. Calendar beginning¬† Fall, 2012-2013 now available. ¬†Info:¬† 845-298-1491/www.countyplayers.org.
THE TRINITY PLAYERS:¬† Info for Fall Production: www.TrinityPlayersNY.org¬† or¬†¬† 845-227-7855.
THE RITZ THEATER, Newburgh, NY:¬† Info: 845-784-1199/ www.ritztheaternewburgh.org.
EISENHOWER HALL THEATRE AT WEST POINT,¬† ¬†Program and event info: www.eisenhowerhall.com and 845-938-4159.
Colleges and Universities:
VASSAR COLLEGE: ¬†Poughkeepsie.¬†Further concerts, programs and special events info 845-437-5370 / www.vassar.edu/summer.
BARD COLLEGE:¬†¬†Contact: www.bardevents.edu/ 845-758-7900.
¬†STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT NEW PALTZ:¬† SAMUEL DORSKY MUSEUM OF ART: Dear Mother Nature, Hudson Valley Artists 2012, Now -November 14. Info:¬† 845-257-3844/ www.newpaltz.edu/museum ; Theatre events: 845-257-3936; Music: 845-257-2700.¬† ¬†Performance Schedules and Tickets: ¬†845-257-3880; 845-257-2700. WWW.NEWPALTZ.EDU/ARTSNEWS.
WEST POINT BAND: The United States Military Academy:¬† Free Summer Concerts Sunday Evenings now thru September 2, West Point at Trophy Point.¬† Schedule and performance times: westpointband.com / 845-938-2617
THE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER AT PURCHASE COLLEGE. ¬†¬†Programs/Event Brochure listing all events. ¬†914-251-6200/www.artcenter.org:
DUTCHESS COMMUNITY COLLEGE:¬† Events Info at 845- 431-8000.
Visual and Performing Arts Centers and Galleries:
RIVERWINDS GALLERY, Beacon, NY: ¬†¬†Multi-faceted arts space exhibiting fine art and contemporary crafts throughout the year.¬† ¬†2012-2013: listing of ¬†artworks to be viewed in the towns of Beacon, Peekskill, Garrison/Cold Spring, Poughkeepsie, Kingston, Rhinebeck/Redhook, New Paltz, Saugerties, Newburgh, Woodstock now available:¬† Further information, schedules of exhibitions and arts events at 845-838-2880/ www.RiverWindsGallery.com.
ARTS ON THE LAKE:¬† Workshops and Classes in the visual and performing arts resume in their newly refurbished arts center:¬†Further Events and Information/Website: 845-228-2685/www.artsonthelake.org.
DUTCHESS ARTS COUNCIL: ¬†Comprehensive Schedule of Performances, Spring/Summer Visual Arts classes, Children‚Äôs Classes; Events and Opportunities for Artists throughout Dutchess and Ulster Counties:¬† Info/Website: 845-454-3222/www.artsmidhudson.org
PUTNAM ARTS COUNCIL: Schedule of Summer Classes and Workshops in Painting, Pottery and Multi-media for children, teens and adults at the Belle Levine Arts Center, Mahopac.¬† Brochure, Info and registration: 845-803-8622/ www.putnamartscouncil.com. ¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†
HOWLAND CULTURAL CENTER: ¬†Beacon, NY. ¬†Now on exhibit: The Paintings of Aleksandr Trachishin 5pm.¬† Info: www.howlandculturalcenter.org / 845-831-4988/ 4614.
VILLAGE OF BREWSTER ‚ÄúARTBEAT‚ÄĚ a sidewalk art show (day of exhibition and music) sponsored by The Brewster Chamber of Commerce: anyone wishing to exhibit and for further info:¬† firstname.lastname@example.org.¬† Event will be held the first Saturday of each month until September.
THE STUDIO AROUNDTHE CORNER, Brewster, NY. ¬†¬†Current Exhibits/Event Info: 914-755-2525/ www.oThtheater.org .
BARRETT ART CENTER, Poughkeepsie, NY.¬†¬† For information about recent Exhibitions , events and ¬†their Barret e Newsletter, contact at email@example.com.
NEUBERGER MUSEUM. ¬†Purchase, NY. ¬†info:¬† 914-251-6100/ www. Neuberger.org.
THE MILL STREET LOFT, Poughkeepsie. ¬†Gallery Hours: Tues and Thurs 9:30am-5:30pm/ Sat and Sun 11am -3pm. Info: millstreetloft.org/ 845-471-7477.
HESSEL MUSEUM of ART, BARD COLLEGE, Annendale-on-Hudson curatorial studies. ¬†¬†Info: firstname.lastname@example.org 845-758-7598. ¬†
GARRISON ARTS CENTER:¬†¬† CURRENT 2012 Summer Sculpture Exhibit on the grounds at Boscobel House and Gardens through October 8. Info: 845-424-3960/ www.garrisonartscenter.org.
KATONAH MUSEUM OF ART: ¬†Rising Contemporary Chinese Photography (through September 2); The Art of Grace Lin (through Sept. 2);¬†¬† Tree Figures by Joseph Wheelwright (through April 2013). Info@Katonahmuseum.org / 914-232-9555.
DIA MUSEUM, 3 ¬†BeekmanSt. Beacon: ¬†Jean-Luc Moulene installation through December 31.¬† (Converted industrial buildings to display large, contemporary works from the 60‚Äôs on.¬† Permanent and changing exhibits and special events):¬†¬† 845-440-0100 / www.diaart.org
STORM KING ART CENTER: SCULPTURE ¬†PARK, Mark Suvero at Governor‚Äôs Island.¬† Contemporary sculpture ¬†throughout the park, special events and more. ¬†Mountainville, NY: 845-534-3115/ stormking.org
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