ENJOY WONDERFUL FALL EVENTS:
NEARBY AND NOT TOO FAR AWAY
PAWLING CONCERT SERIES CELEBRATING 47 YEARS: SONS OF SERENDIP (OCT 16); PABLO ZIEGLER QUARTET (NOV 13); NEW YORK POLYPHONY (DEC 18); SULTANS OF STRING (APR 1); JEREMY DENK (APR 29) All performances: Friday Eves at 8pm.(Supper is available at the Cave at TP from 6:00-7:30pm ) Further info: Phone: 845-855-3100/ www.pawlingconcertseries.org.
ARTEAST OPEN STUDIO TOUR: (9th Annual) October 17, 18 and 24,25: 11am-5pm. “free self-guided driving tour of artists (40) working studios” also ARTEAST In collaboration with THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION: PUBLIC ART PROJECT: September 12, 9am-1pm (Temporary Banner installation by 16 artists) Village Green; OPEN STUDIO TOUR PREVIEW AND RECEPTION September 25: 5-8pm at Eastern Hay Gallery (485 Route 22) Contact:
AKIN LIBRARY AND MUSEUMS:
AKIN LIBRARY: “MEETING PAST:ART EXHIBIT AT AKIN” (5th Annual) : OPENING RECEPTION SEPTEMBER 13TH 1-5PM LIVE MUSIC BY “JAZZMEN” (95 contemporary artists represented) : 378 Old Quaker Hill Rd. Pawling. Further info: 855-5099.
MCKINNEY&DOYLE Fine Foods: Pawling: Enjoy the BEAUTIFUL PAINTINGS by ANN GODESKY, ARTIST of Pawling through October.( 10 Charles Coleman Blvd, Pawling Village, NY). Info: 845-855-3875; www.mckinneyanddoyle.com
THE GALLERY @ EASTERN HAY (Rte 22 Pawling) Multi-Media Exhibition “FEEDING OUR PASSIONS” featuring work by 10 Area Artists; Thru September 12. Future exhibitions and Gallery Hours: Info: www.thegalleryateasternhay.com
BEEKMAN LIBRARY: “WHAT I SEE WITH MY HEART” Solo Exhibition by Bea Gustafson thru Oct 8th. Info www.beagustafson.com
FRONT STREET GALLERY: (Patterson) Changing Exhibitions, Classes, exhibits events and more- for gallery hours, Upcoming exhibiton “BLUE” opens October 18th. Info: 845-490-4542 / email@example.com. Ongoing Visual Arts Classes : Kids Painting with Ink; Wire Earrings made Easy: J. Rodriguez, 917-417-6631; Drawing and Oil Painting: M. Smoot-Sauter, 845-625-7755.
GALLERY ON THE GREEN: 7 Arch St., Pawling : Gallery hours: 845-855-5642 / www.gotgpawling.com. Updated information about artists and upcoming exhibitions may be read on the Gallery’s website.
THE JOHN KANE HOUSE: A Washington Headquarters National Monument, The Pawling Historical Society is also featuring an ONGOING EXHIBIT OF WORLD WAR II MEMORABILIA by PAWLING VETERANS: (Many upcoming Events) 126 E. Main St (Now thru October, 2015). Further info Gallery Hours: at 845-855-5355.
PAWLING SHAKESPEARE CLUB: New members heartily welcome to attend. (117 years young): Meets two Mondays per month (September–June). Further info about Fall Readings/Events: MERCHANT OF VENICE Rita Schaffer, Pres 914-763-8149; Anne Wagner, Treasurer-855-9261.
THE PAWLING LIBRARY: A LITTLE SPACE FOR ARTISTS: Meets monthly Fridays: 6:30-7:30pm; CHILDRENS LITERACY AND TEEN PROGRAMS an EVENING BOOK CLUB, A WRITER’S CIRCLE, FILM VIEWINGS; many special programs and events for the whole family. Info and detailed brochure: 845-855-3444 / www.pawlinglibrary.org.
DARYL’S HOUSE (Restaurant and Live Music) Rte 22 Pawling: CALENDAR LISTING ALL PERFORMERS, EVENTS AND SPECIAL PROGRAMS on line at www.darylshouse.com / 845-289-0185 Exciting Musicians and entertainers grace their stage throughout the week .
MAHOPAC LIBRARY 2015 BAMM CONCERT SERIES: THE BOTTOMS UP DIXIELAND JAZZ BAND, (Sept 20); “SIGHT UNSEEN” (Theatre) , Oct 18; THE EDUCATED FLEAS (Ukelele Workshop Nov 7); MUSIC FROM THE 20’S -50;s (Ukulele Nov 1) all programs at 2pm. brochures, registration, info: www.mahopaclibrary.org / 845-628-2009 ext 100.
MUSIC MOUNTAIN: Falls Village , CT: 86th SEASON ( Chamber Music; Gilbert &Sullivan; Jazz; Barque; Big Band ; Broadway and Folk Music-weekends thru -Sept 27) Contact: www.musicmountain.org / 860-824-7162.
THE KENT ART ASSOCIATION (KENT, CT) PRESIDENT’S JURIED SHOW (thru Sept 7); PASTEL OVER GOACHE UNDERPAINTING WORKSHOP with Frank Frederico (Sept 9-11, 9am-4pm ) MEMBER SHOW II (Sept. 13-thru Oct 12);NORTH EAST WATERCOLOR SOCIETY EXHIBITION (Oct.18-31) Info: 860-927- 4146 / www.kentart.org .
THE COUNTY PLAYERS, (Wappingers Falls) THE 39 STEPS ( Sept 11-26); OF MICE AND MEN ( Nov 6-21); AUGUST OSAGE COUNTY (Feb 5-20); MEMPHIS (May 6-21) Details/ production listings/ info at 298-1491/ countyplayers.org.
BREWSTER THEATRE COMPANY: (Brewster) ROPE: Oct 23-31 Details: 845-232-0739 www.brewstertheatercompany.org.
BARDAVON THEATRE/ ULSTER PERFORMING ARTS HUDSON VALLEY PHILHARMONIC: Randall Craig Fleischer, Conductor: THIS LAND Oct 17 8pm; A TOAST TO WMHT Nov 21 8pm; MESSIAH Dec 19 (at UPAC) 2pm; AURORA BOREALIS Mar 19 8pm; BERNSTEIN’S KADISH April 16 8pm; FANTASTIQUE! May 14 8pm (also) Woodstock Film Festival Kickoff and Performance : The Poet of Havana (UPAC) Sept 30 7:30pm; Lucinda Williams Oct 11 7pm (Bardavon) Mainstage Performance And Special Events With Celebrity Guests/All Program listings/ schedule/ tickets phone: 845 -473-2072/ www.bardavon.org.
THE CHAPEL RESTORATION MUSIC SERIES (Sundays at 4,Cold Spring, NY) John Abercrombie, Guitar Marc Copeland, Jazz Standards,( Sept 27); “Songs of Fire and Ice” (Oct 18); Piano Quartet-Classical Music (Nov 22)- Additional info: 845-265-5537 / chapelrestoration.org.
THEATREWORKS, New Milford, CT: 47THSEASON LEADING LADIES (Ken Ludwig): Sept 18-Oct 10; BELL BOOK AND CANDLE (John Van Druten): Dec 4-Jan 9- Further Details: www.theatreworks.us/ 860-350-6863.
SHERMAN PLAYHOUSE:, (Sherman, CT) THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW (Oct 2-31); ALICE’S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND(Dec 4-27); Info: 860-354-3622; firstname.lastname@example.org.
WESTERN CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY AT DANBURY: The School of Visual and Performing Arts and Music Dept: OCTOBERFEST (Oct 30); J.PINDYCK MILLER EXHIBIT (opens Oct 8); DRUNKEN CITY (Oct 7- 18); PARADE (nov 11-22); THE SNOW QUEEN (Dec 12 and 13) Complete Fall schedules/ tickets for further Music, Theatre, Visual Arts Events: 203-837-8851/ wcsuvpac.eventbrite.com. Please contact the college: 203-837-8732.
VASSAR COLLEGE: (Poughkeepsie)-: VASSAR COLLEGE DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC: FALL 2015 CONCERTS (now thru Dec 6) : Info about all concerts, programs and all special events music.vassar.edu/concerts / 845-437-7294 (also Permanent Collection and Changing Exhibits at the Loehman Loeb Museum on campus.)
HALF MOON THEATRE (Hyde Park) (Performances at the CIA Marriott Pavillion) Gala Benefit with Sutton Foster (Sept 26); I LOVED, I LOST, I MADE SPAGHETTI (Oct 9-25); A CHRISTMAS CAROL (DEC 4-19); VANYA AND SONIA AND MASHA AND SPIKE (April 22-May 8) Tickets: 1-800-838-3006; info: 845-451-1553/ www.halfmoontheatre.org
CUNNEEN-HACKETT ARTS CENTER: 9 Vassar Street, Poughkeepsie: TRINITY PLAYERS presents THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW: Oct 30, 31. Nov 1. Info: 845-592-8385 Info/ website for a complete calendar of events and exhibitions for the whole family throughout the year. Phone: 845-486-4571/ www.cunneen-hackett.org.
THE CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS AT RHINEBECK Upcoming Productions: CAROUSEL thru Sept 20; SUNRISE AT CAMPOBELLO: (Oct 2-11); JAZZ WEEKEND: (Oct 16-18); SWEENEY TODD: (Oct 23-Nov 15); WAIT UNTIL DARK (Nov 20-29); MIRACLE ON WEST 34TH ST: (Dec 4-20) Further Info: Saturday Morning Workshops; Family Series; Field Trips: www.centerforperformingarts.org/845-876-3080.
NEW PALTZ STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK: Theatre Arts: PANIC (Oct 1-18); JULIUS CAESAR (Nov 12-22); A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE (March 3-13); PARADE (Apr 14-24) www.newpaltz.edu/theatre Info: 845-257-3880.
BARD COLLEGE: (Annandale-on-Hudson): MANY NEW FALL PROGRAMS in theatre, dance, music and more. Brochure and Subscriptions now available for their 27th year : fishercenter.bard.edu / 845-758-7900.
WESTCHESTER BROADWAY THEATRE (Elmsford) BACKWARDS IN HIGH HEELS, THE GINGER ROGERS MUSICAL: thru -Sept 27; SHOW BOAT: Oct 1-Nov 29; Dec 30, 2015- Jan 31, 2016; TIM AND SCROOGE: Dec 3-27. Further info: 914-592-2222/ www.BroadwayTheatre.com. THE
AREA ARTS COUNCILS and workshop centers:
PUTNAM ARTS COUNCIL: (Mahopac) Belle Levine Arts Center FALL CLASSES include: PAINTING, DRAWING, PHOTOGRAPHY, POTTERY, DANCE,YOGA,SPECIAL EXHIBITS AND MANY PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN, TEENS AND ADULTS: Info, Gallery Hours: 845-803-8622. / www.putnamartscouncil.com.
ARTS ON THE LAKE at LAKE CARMEL ARTS CENTER: (640 Rte 52, Kent) TALES FROM THE LAKE (Sept 17, 7:30); FALL FUNDRAISING PARTY, (Sept 19, 6pm); RESIDENT JAZZ ENSEMBLE (Sept 21, 6:30pm); MUSIC JAM,( Sept 28, 7:30pm); FALL ART EXHIBITION,( Oct 3 thru 12); BARD ON THE LAKE (Oct 24, 8pm) ; CHECHOV TAKEOFF( Nov 7 8pm); ALEXANDER STRING QUARTET(Nov 20, 8pm). Workshops and Exhibitions in fine arts; video, writing, photography, theatre arts: ukelele and lots more. Further info: www.artsonthelake.org/ 845-228-2685.
ARTS MID HUDSON (formerly DCAC) Arts Mid-Hudson 696 Dutchess Turnpike, Poughkeepsie : AMH Gallery, 696 Dutchess Turnpike, Poughkeepsie. Gallery hours, Exhibits, Visual Arts classes, Children’s Classes; Events and Opportunities for Artists throughout Dutchess and Ulster Counties: Info/Website: 845-454-3222/ www.artsmidhudson.org.
THE BEACON THEATRE (Main St, Beacon) THE BEACON STUDIO WILL COMMENCE NEW CLASSES ( Sept 14th thru January 31rst): Drama; Puppeteering; Musical Theatre; Improv; Body Motion Lab; Ballet; Tap 845-225-8099 / thebeacontheatre.org.
THE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER AT PURCHASE COLLEGE: Many Great performances for the whole family: Brochure 2015-2016 /Info: 914-251-6200/www.artcenter.org:
THE TOWNE CRIER (BEACON) OPEN MIC MONDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS. WEEKLY PRESENTATION OF PERFORMANCES (and delicious foods). 379 Main St. Complete Calendar of events / info:www.Towncrier.com / 845- 855-1300.
DIA MUSEUM (Converted industrial buildings displaying large, CONTEMPORARY WORKS FROM THE 60’S ON: 3 Beekman St. (Beacon): Permanent and changing exhibits and special events-Info: 845-440-0100 / www.diaart.org.
GARRISON ARTS CENTER: (Garrison Landing) Arts Workshops, Exhibitions and more. Info: 845-424-3960/ www.garrisonartscenter.org.
EISENHOWER HALLTHEATRE AT WESTPOINT: Further Performance info: 845-938-4159/www.eisenhowerhall.com
WASSAIC PROJECT: Maxon Mills 37 Furnace Brook Rd: Details: hello@wassaicproject .org.
MOHONK MOUNTAIN HOUSE, NEW PALTZ Info: 877-834-9895 / www.mohonk.com.
BETHEL WOODS CENTER FOR THE ARTS (Woodstock) THE MUSEUM AT BETHEL WOODS CENTER FOR THE ARTS events continue thru Nov. Full info/ calendar (2015) at 800-745-3000 / BETHELWOODSCENTER.ORG.
THEATRE AND MORE
STUDIO AROUND THE CORNER: (Brewster) 845-368-8330 / www.oththeater.org. Check website for scheduled events.
SCHOOLHOUSE THEATER: (Croton Falls) Further info and details: www.schoolhousetheater.org ..914-277-8477.
KAATSBAAN, International Dance Center (Tivoli) further info/brochure: 845-757-5106 X 2 / www.kaatsbaan.org.
TARRYTOWN MUSIC HALL, Tarrytown, NY: Info: Tickets 877-840-0457/ tarrytownmusichall.org.
TRIARTS SHARON PLAYHOUSE, Sharon, CT: For further info: 860-364-7469/ email@example.com
THE BROOKFIELD THEATRE FOR THE ARTS (Brookfield,CT) 58th Season: Info: 203-775-0023 / www.brookfieldtheatre.org.
HOWLAND CULTURAL CENTER: (Beacon): Historic National Landmark:. Further Program Events include Dance and Poetry Evenings/ Info; 845-831-4988/www.howlandculturalcenter.org.
RIDGEFIELD THEATER BARN: (37 Halpin Lane) IMPROV COMEDY SERIES Check out their Black Box Theater, Original Play Readings and many special events Contact: 203-431-9850 / www.ridgefieldtheaterbarn.org
YORKTOWN STAGE (Yorktown Heights) Curtain Info and Tickets: www.yorktownstage.org / 914-962-0606.
FURTHER AREA VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS :
RIVERWINDS GALLERIES, (Beacon and Rhinebeck, NY):” 11th Both galleries are Multi-faceted arts spaces exhibiting fine art and contemporary crafts throughout the year. ART ALONG THE HUDSON BROCHURE, listings of artworks and events in the towns of Beacon, Peekskill, Garrison/Cold Spring, Poughkeepsie, Kingston, Rhinebeck/Redhook, New Paltz, Saugerties, Newburgh, Woodstock: Further information about the region’s arts events: 845-838-2880/ www.RiverWindsGallery.com.
BEACON INSTITUTE for Rivers and Estuaries: Clarkson University.. Many wonderful environmentally friendly walks, talks, exhibits and events exploring the Hudson River’s rich history throughout the summermonths .-info/ event calendar: www.bire.org – 845-838-1600. or visit the Gallery at 199 Main St., Beacon.
PUTNAM CHORALE: Scheduled events info: 845- 520-7574 / www.putnamchorale.org.
SPACE on RYDER FARM (Brewster, NY): SHARING SPACE. (MULTI ARTS EVENTS AND PERFORMANCES) Further INFO: www.spaceonryderfarm.com. CARAMOOR (Katonah) Info:
CARAMOOR.ORG./ (Katonah) 914-232-1252.
KATONAH MUSEUM OF ART: )(Katonah) Changing exhibits, Lectures and events throughout the year. info@Katonahmuseum.org / 914-232-9555.
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Information: 845-486-7745; Roosevelt.Library@nara.gov.
TIVOLI ARTS GALLERY: (60 Broadwsy, Tivoli) For Details and Gallery Hours: 757-2667,
DUTCHESS COMMUNITY COLLEGE: (Poughkeepsie) Many programs, workshops and classes available in visual and performance arts year round. Info/brochures at DCC contact: 845- 431-8000/ www.sunydutchess.edu.
WESTCHESTER COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTER FOR THE ARTS: (Valhalla) Classes in Art, Photography, Digital Art, Craft Media, Film, Dance, Theatre and more for all age groups. Info: www.sunywcc.wdu/arts / 914-606-6600.
TEATOWN LAKE RESERVATION Nature Preserve &Education Center (Ossining) Beautiful Exhibits, Trails, Wildflowers, Nature Centerand more. Info: 914-762-2912 / www.teatown.org
ORANGE AND ULSTER
ANN ST GALLERY, (Newburgh). Info: “845-784-1146/ www.annstreetgallery.org .
THE RITZ THEATRE (Newburgh) , 8pm.- All Event Info / Tickets: 845-784-1199/ firstname.lastname@example.org.
STORM KING ART CENTER: SCULPTURE PARK, Contemporary sculpture throughout the park, special events and more. Mountainville, NY: 845-534-3115/ www.stormking.org .
OLANA: Home and studio of Frederic Church, painter of the Hudson River School. (Hudson). Beautiful grounds, concerts and special events: Info: 518-828-0135 / www.olana.org.
WEST POINT MUSEUM: (West Point). Landscapes of the Hudson River School of Artists. Info: 845-938-3590 / www.usma.edu/museum.
OPUS 40: (Saugerties,NY): Rock Sculpture Park and Quarry Museum: To visit, telephone: 845-246-3400.
NEARBY CONNECTICUT AND MASSACHUSETTS
ALDRICH MUSEUM Contemporary Art Museum: Many special events abound for the whole family: ( 258 Main St, Ridgefield, CT) : – info ald: richart.org/ 203-438-4519.
RIDGEFIELD PLAYHOUSE: (80 East Ridge) Ridgefield, CT. Exciting Music, Theatre and Comedic Entertainment year round- For all events: 203-438-5795 / www.ridgefieldplayhouse.org.
BARRINGTON STAGE COMPANY, (Pittsfield, MA) .Info: 413-499-5466 / www.barringtonstageco.org. SHAKESPEARE & COMPANY (Lenox, MA) Shakespeare.org/ 413-637-3353.
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