Have a super spring into summer
LOCAL arts venues:
PAWLING CHAMBER OF COMMERCE’s SIXTH ANNUAL CAR SHOW will take place on Charles Coleman Boulevard, Sunday, June 14th, 9AM-4PM (Raindate: June 28th) Further Info: 845-855-0500 / 242-0951.
PAWLING RECREATION proudly presents MUSIC BY THE LAKE’s 10th ANNIVERSARY featuring “BACK TO THE GARDEN 1969” , June 27; “PETEY HOP AND THE JACKRABBITS”, July 11; “SHORTY KING’S RHYTHM REVIEW”, July 25; “CHAIN GANG”, August 8; “HOTROD”, August 22. All concerts, Saturdays, 6pm at the Pavillion, Lakeside Park. Free admission. (Contact: Pawling Recreation: 855-1131 / www.facebook.com/PawlingMusicByTheLake )
MCKINNEY&DOYLE Fine Foods: Pawling. Enjoy A NEW EXHIBIT EACH MONTH BY LOCAL ARTISTS: 10 Charles Coleman Blvd, Pawling Village, NY. Info: 845-855-3875; www.mckinneyanddoyle.com
THE HALF MOON THEATRE (Hyde Park) will present THE FANTASTICKS at the Culinary Institute of NY now thru May 10. For tickets and details: 845-451-1553/ www.halfmoontheatre.org.
DARYL’S HOUSE (Restaurant and Live Music) Rte 22 Pawling: CALENDAR LISTING ALL PERFORMERS, EVENTS AND SPECIAL PROGRAMS are listed on line at www.darylshouse.com / 845-289-0185 Exciting Musicians and entertainers wil grace their stage throughout the week .
THE HUDSON VALLEY SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL: Brochures at 845-265-9575/ HVSHAKESPEARE.ORG. presents THE WINTER’S TALE; A MID-SUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM; THE ARABIAN NIGHTS; AN ILIAD; THE TEMPEST (June 9-September 1) Performances at Boscobel House and Gardens, Garrison, NY)
MUSIC MOUNTAIN: Falls Village , CT: Brochures and Subscriptions now available for their 86th Summer/Fall Season (June 14-Sept 27) Contact: www.musicmountain.org / 860-824-7162.
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: 126 E. Main St (Now thru 2015). Further info Gallery Hours: at 845-855-5355.
PAWLING SHAKESPEARE CLUB: New members heartily welcome to attend. (116 years young): Meets two Mondays per month (September–June). Spring Readings: TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA Annual June Luncheon, Monday, June 8 featuring special entertainment. Further info: 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., Pawling Library also offers CHILDRENS LITERACY AND TEEN PROGRAMS an EVENING BOOK CLUB, A WRITER’S CIRCLE, FILM VIEWINGS and so much more: for the whole family. For further info and a complete brochure: 845-855-3444 / Director@pawlinglibrary.org.
AKIN LIBRARY: PAWLING’S GUNNISON MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY and the QUAKER HILL HISTORICAL MUSEUM : 378 Old Quaker Hill Rd. Pawling. Further info: 855-5099.
THE CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS AT RHINEBECK Further Info: Family Events and Workshops : Dark Echoes (May 1-3); HUDSON VALLEY PLAYWRIGHTS (May 8-10); THE PRODUCERS (May 15-June 7). Info about the Center’s Saturday Morning Family Series and Field Trips: www.centerforperformingarts.org/845-876-3080.
NEW PALTZ STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK: PIANOSUMMER featuring world famous concert pianists will commence at the Studley Theatre, July 11th thru 28th www.newpaltz.edu/piano Info: 845-257-3880.
GALLERY ON THE GREEN 7 Arch St., Pawling : Gallery hours: 845-855-5642 / www.gotgpawling.com. Also Updated information about the artists and upcoming exhibitions may be read on the Gallery’s website.
FRONT STREET GALLERY: (Patterson) Exhibition: TRANSPARENCY & TRANSFORMATION. Classes, exhibits events and more- for gallery hours, Upcoming exhibitions and 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.
STUDIO AROUND THE CORNER: (Brewster) INSIDE OUT: Works shown by James Thomas (photography) anad Anne Marie Funioriello (paintings) Meet the Artists May 2 (7-9pm) Opening May 3 ( 12-2pm) 845-368-8330 / www.oththeater.org. Check website for scheduled events.
MAHOPAC LIBRARY is now hosting the 2015 BAMM CONCERT SERIES which runs thru November- presenting: Steel Passion (May 31) at 2pm; Brochures, registration, info: www.mahopaclibrary.org / 845-628-2009 ext 100.
THE BEACON THEATRE( Main St, Beacon) STEEL MAGNOLIAS (Robert Hartling) (June 6-21) : 845-225-8099 / thebeacontheatre.org.
THEATREWORKS, New Milford, CT: (Celebrating their 47th Season) 2015: SOUVENIR (Stephen Temperly): May 1-23; TIME STANDS STILL (Donald Margulis): July 10-Aug 1; LEADING LADIES (Ken Ludwig): Sept 18-Oct 10; BELL BOOK AND CANDLE (John Van Druten): Dec4-Jan 9- Further Details: www.theatreworks.us/ 860-350-6863.
SHERMAN PLAYHOUSE: Sherman, CT: TALLEY’ S FOLLY (May 8-17); ARSENIC AND OLD LACE (July 10-Aug 2); THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW (Oct 2-31); ALICE’S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND (Dec 4-27) -Further info: 860-354-3622 ; firstname.lastname@example.org
TRIARTS SHARON PLAYHOUSE, Sharon, CT: GEORGIE: May 15-31; MY FAIR LADY: June 18-July 5; MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG: July 15-19; COMMUNITY CABARET; PETER AND THE STARCATCHER: July 31-Aug 2; TRUE LOVE: Aug. 6-9; LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS: Aug 13-30. For further info: 860-364-7469/ email@example.com
THE BROOKFIELD THEATRE FOR THE ARTS (Brookfield,CT) 58th Season: GODSPELL: May 8-30; COMPANY: July 17-Aug 8- Info: 203-775-0023 / www.brookfieldtheatre.org.
WESTCHESTER BROADWAY THEATRE (Elmsford) WEST SIDE STORY: Now thru July 5; GODSPELL: July 9-August 16; For further info, Contact: 914-592-2222/ www.BroadwayTheatre.com.
SCHOOLHOUSE THEATER: (Croton Falls) Through May 10th: A LIVING DOCUMENTARY by Cynthia Hopkins; THE CLEARING ( Helen Edmundson) June 5-28 . Further info and details: www.schoolhousetheater.org ..914-277-8477.
THE COUNTY PLAYERS, (Wappingers Falls) JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR, May 1-16th.. Detailed production listings/ info at 298-1491/ countyplayers.org.
BREWSTER THEATRE COMPANY: (Brewster) ANNIE: July30-Aug 1; ROPE: Oct 23-31 Details: 845-232-0739 www.brewstertheatercompany.org.
STAGE (Yorktown Heights) Summer Camp; ALL SHOOK UP (Music of Elvis P., July 29- Aug 1) Camp, Curtain Info and Tickets: www.yorktownstage.org / 914-962-0606.
AREA ARTS COUNCILS:
ARTS MID HUDSON (formerly DCAC) Arts Mid-Hudson 696 Dutchess Turnpike, Poughkeepsie : AMH Gallery, 696 Dutchess Turnpike, Poughkeepsie. For Gallery hours/ further info, please call Arts Mid Hudson. CELEBRATING THEIR 50TH ANNIVERSARY: COMPREHENSIVE SCHEDULE OF PERFORMANCES IN 50 LOCATIONS IN 50 WEEKS, Find out about the myriad of 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.
PUTNAM ARTS COUNCIL: (Mahopac) Belle Levine Arts Center : SPRING 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 PUPPETS IN PERIL FROM PERSIA TO THE POLE, (Sat. May 1-3); RECKLESS (Craig Lewis) Blue Horse Repertory Theatre Reading (Sat May 30, 8pm); Workshops and Exhibitions in fine arts; video, writing, photography, theatre arts: ukelele and so much more . . Further info: www.artsonthelake.org/ 845-228-2685.
THE KENT ART ASSOCIATION (KENT, CT) ; SPRING JURIED SHOW continues thru Mon, May 25. Further info: 860-927- 4146 / www.kentart.org
KAATSBAAN, International Dance Center (Tivoli) CAROLYN DORFMAN DANCE COMPANY (MAY 9); FLAMENCO VIVO/ CARLOTA SANTANA (MAY 15, 16); JENNIFER MULLER/ THE WORKS (MAY 23); MAYA DANCE THEATRE FROM SINGAPORE( JUNE 14) further info/brochure: 845-757-5106 X 2 / www.kaatsbaan.org.
BARD COLLEGE: ( Annandale-on-Hudson): 2015 Summer Performances in Theatre, Dance, Literature, Film and Music all at SUMMERSCAPE: (June 25-August 16): contact: fishercenter.bard.edu / 845-758-7900. Brochure and Subscriptions now available for their 26th year
HESSEL MUSEUM OF ART at Bard College: Permanent Exhibit, Student Exhibitions: Info and Gallery Hours: 845-758-7598.
BARDAVON THEATRE/ ULSTER PERFORMING ARTS CENTER: MAINSTAGE PERFORMANCE AND EVENTS WITH CELEBRITY GUESTS (now thru May 2nd): DAYTIME PERFORMANCE SERIES ( thru May 21); For detailed program lisings/ schedule/ tickets phone: 845 -473-2072/ www.bardavon.org For a detailed program schedule/ tickets phone: 845 -473-2072/ www.bardavon.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.
VASSAR COLLEGE: (Poughkeepsie)- MUSIC DANCE AND MORE AS WELL AS FACULTY AND STUDENT PERFORMANCES THRU JUNE- Permanent Collection and Changing Exhibits at the Loehman Loeb Museum: Info about concerts, programs and all special events at Vassar: arts.vassar.edu / 845-437-7000.
THE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER AT PURCHASE COLLEGE: Great performances for the whole family: CONSERVATORY CHAMBER PLAYERS (May 10, 3pm); NATIONAL YOUTH ORCHESTRA (July 10, 7pm); NATIONAL BALLET OF CHINA(July 18, 8pm) Brochure /Info: 914-251-6200/www.artcenter.org:
GARRISON ARTS CENTER: (Garrison Landing) Arts Workshops, Exhibitions and more. Info: 845-424-3960/ www.garrisonartscenter.org.
CARAMOOR Contact for UPCOMING SUMMER CALENDAR (Katonah). Info: Caramoor.org./ 914-232-1252.
EISENHOWER HALLTHEATRE AT WESTPOINT: Further Performance info: 845-938-4159/www.eisenhowerhall.com
THEATRE AND MORE
BETHEL WOODS CENTER FOR THE ARTS (Woodstock) THE MUSEUM AT BETHEL WOODS CENTER FOR THE ARTS. Full info/ calendar (2015) at 866-781-2922.
TARRYTOWN MUSIC HALL, Tarrytown, NY: Info: Tickets 877-840-0457/ tarrytownmusichall.org.
CUNNEEN-HACKETT ARTS CENTER: Vassar Street, Poughkeepsie: Please access their website for a complete calendar of events and exhibitions for the whole family throughout the year. Phone: 845-486-4571/ www. cunneen-hackett.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
FURTHER AREA VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS :
RIVERWINDS GALLERIES, (Beacon and Rhinebeck, NY):” 11th Anniversary Exhibition 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 now available: Further information, schedules of exhibitions and arts events at 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.
PAWLING CONCERT SERIES 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.
PUTNAM CHORALE: Further Info at 845- 520-7574 / www.putnamchorale.org.
SPACE on RYDER FARM (Brewster, NY): SHARING SPACE. (MULTI ARTS EVENTS AND PERFORMANCES) Further INFO: www.spaceonryderfarm.com.
TIVOLI ARTS GALLERY: (60 Broadwsy, Tivoli) For Details and Gallery Hours: 757-2667,
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 Museum Information: 845-486-7745; Roosevelt.Library@nara.gov.
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.
THE CHAPEL RESTORATION MUSIC SERIES (Sundays at 4, ColdSpring, NY) Additional info: 845-265-5537 / chapelrestoration.org.
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 and 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.
WESTERN CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY AT DANBURY: The School of Visual and Performing Arts and Music Dept. Complete Information schedules/ tickets for all WesConn Music, Theatre and Visual Arts Events: 203-837-8851/ wcsu.edu/svpa. . Please contact the college for a complete s at 203-837-8350.
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.
Over the past seven years, PPR/WPWL has, because of you, our communityexperienced much growth. Now that PPR/ WPWL has officially been given the go ahead for construction from the FCC in preparation for full licensing, please watch for our change to 103.7 FM on the dial in the months ahead. Please find a listing of our regularly scheduled programs at many of our local businesses, community agencies, here at PPR/WPWL as well as on our webpage at www.pawlingpublicradio.org There is something for everyone. For the present,we invite you to tune in and listen to 101.7 FM in Pawling Village or stream from your computer by logging on to pawlingpublicradio.org and/or the PPR app on your iphone.
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( excerpts from The Arts Calendar are broadcast at 10 am and 3 pm daily )