THE TOWN OF PAWLING RECREATION proudly presents MUSIC BY THE LAKE’s 10th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION featuring “BACK TO THE GARDEN 1969” , June 27; “PETEY HOP AND THE JACKRABBITS”, July 11; “SHORTY KING’S RHYTHM REVIEW”, July 25; “HOTROD”, August 2; “CHAIN GANG”, August 29. All concerts, Saturdays, 6pm at the Pavillion, Lakeside Park. Free admission. (Contact: Pawling Recreation: 855-1131 / www.facebook.com/PawlingMusicByTheLake )
“SUMMERFEST” 2015 presented BY WPWL-PAWLING PUBLIC RADIO, Lakeside Park, Saturday, July 18th 2-8pm featuring Westchester Putnam and Dutchess Indie Bands as heard on the “Indie Hour” with Delia Stanley. Tickets: brownpapertickets.org / 845-493-0355.
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
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 .
THE HUDSON VALLEY SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL: presents THE WINTER’S TALE; A MID-SUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM; THE ARABIAN NIGHTS; AN ILIAD; THE TEMPEST (thru September 1) Performances at Boscobel House and Gardens, Garrison, NY. Info and Tckts: 845-265-9575/ HVSHAKESPEARE.ORG.
VASSAR COLLEGE: (Poughkeepsie)- THE POWERHOUSE THEATRE RETURNS FOR THE SUMMER with many theatre performances, workshops, dramatics readings and more: now thru August 2 (POWERHOUSE.VASSAR.EDU / 845-437.5599. ) Permanent Collection and Changing Exhibits at the Loehman Loeb Museum: Info about concerts, programs and all special events at Vassar this summer: arts.vassar.edu / 845-437-7000
THE CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS AT RHINEBECK Upcoming Productions include: RIP THE MUSICAL(July 17-19); SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN(July 24-Aug 16); THE TEMPEST with the HVSF (August 23, 2pm); CAROUSEL( August 28-Sept 20) Further Info: Workshops , Saturday Morning Family Series and Field Trips: www.centerforperformingarts.org/845-876-3080.
CARAMOOR (Katonah). Music Festival continues thru August 2: Opera; Jazz; Classical Music, Dancing and more. Info: Caramoor.org./ 914-232-1252.
MUSIC MOUNTAIN: Falls Village , CT: Brochures and Subscriptions now available for their 86th Summer/Fall Season ( Chamber Music; Gilbert &Sullivan; Jazz; Barque; Big Band ; Boradway and Foll Music-every weekend now-Sept 27) Contact: www.musicmountain.org / 860-824-7162.
THE KENT ART ASSOCIATION (KENT, CT) PRESIDENT’S JURIED SHOW (July 19- 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 .
WASSAIC PROJECT: SUMMER FESTIVAL: July 31-Aug 2 at Maxon Mills 37 Furnace Brook Rd: Details: hello@wassaicproject .org.
MOHONK MOUNTAIN HOUSE, NEW PALTZ will host a FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS July 5-August 21: Info: 877-834-9895 / www.mohonk.com.
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.
THEATREWORKS, New Milford, CT: (Celebrating their 47th Season) 2015: 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.
BETHEL WOODS CENTER FOR THE ARTS (Woodstock) THE MUSEUM AT BETHEL WOODS CENTER FOR THE ARTS. TONY BENNET AND LADY GAGA: July 25; HUDSON VALLEY PHILHARMONIC: Aug. 2; and so much more thru Nov. Full info/ calendar (2015) at 800-745-3000 / BETHELWOODSCENTER.ORG.
BARD COLLEGE: (Annandale-on-Hudson): SUMMERSCAPE: 2015 Performances in Theatre, Dance, Literature, Film and Music (June 25-August 16): contact: fishercenter.bard.edu / 845-758-7900. Brochure and Subscriptions now available for their 26th year
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. (117 years young): Meets two Mondays per month (September–June). Further info about Fall Progrms: 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 for the whole family. Info and detailed brochure: 845-855-3444 / www.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.
GALLERY ON THE GREEN : 7 Arch St., Pawling : Gallery hours: 845-855-5642 / www.gotgpawling.com. Updated information about the artists and upcoming exhibitions may be read on the Gallery’s website.
FRONT STREET GALLERY: (Patterson) Changing Exhibitions, 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.
ARTS ON THE LAKE at LAKE CARMEL ARTS CENTER: 640 Rte 52, Kent Workshops and Exhibitions in fine arts; video, writing, photography, theatre arts: ukelele and lots more. Further info: www.artsonthelake.org/ 845-228-2685.
SHERMAN PLAYHOUSE: Sherman, CT: 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: 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: COMPANY: July 17-Aug 8- Info: 203-775-0023 / www.brookfieldtheatre.org.
WESTCHESTER BROADWAY THEATRE (Elmsford) GODSPELL: July 9-August 16; BACKWARDS IN HIGH HEELS, THE GINGER ROGERS MUSICAL: August 20-Sept 27- Further info: 914-592-2222/ www.BroadwayTheatre.com.
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. 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.
PUTNAM ARTS COUNCIL: (Mahopac) Belle Levine Arts Center : SUMMER 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.
BARDAVON THEATRE/ ULSTER PERFORMING ARTS CENTER: MAINSTAGE PERFORMANCE AND SPECIAL EVENTS WITH CELEBRITY GUESTS: Program listings/ 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.
THE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER AT PURCHASE COLLEGE: Great performances for the whole family: 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.
EISENHOWER HALLTHEATRE AT WESTPOINT: Further Performance info: 845-938-4159/www.eisenhowerhall.com
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.
THE HALF MOON THEATRE (Hyde Park) Tickets/ details: 845-451-1553/ www.halfmoontheatre.org
THE COUNTY PLAYERS, (Wappingers Falls) Detailed production listings/ info at 298-1491/ countyplayers.org.
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.
THE BEACON THEATRE( Main St, Beacon) : 845-225-8099 / thebeacontheatre.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
MAHOPAC LIBRARY is now hosting the 2015 BAMM CONCERT SERIES which runs thru November- presenting: Brochures, registration, info: www.mahopaclibrary.org / 845-628-2009 ext 100.
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 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.
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Oil Paintings by Bea Gustafson, Holmes as exhibited at Kent Art Association.