Additional Arts & Culture Calendar

  • Events noted (DEC) have been supported through a Decentralization grant from the NYS Council on the Arts through the Community Arts Program in Greene, Columbia or Schoharie County.
  • Events noted (CIP) have been supported through a grant from the 2019 County Initiative Program (CIP) of the Greene County Council on the Arts with public funding from the Greene County Legislature.

 

Through June 29
(CIP) Exhibit: 
HISTORY LESSONS. Textile-based works of Ann C. Clarke. Opening reception May 25, 4-7 pm. Gallery hours Friday, Saturday & Monday, 11:00 am-5:30 pm and Sunday 11:00 am – 4:00 pm. Catskill Mountain Foundation Kaaterskill Gallery, Main Street, Route 23c, Hunter, NY. Visit www.catskillmtn.org.

Through June 30
Exhibit: “SHIFTING LIGHT” Fresh Landscapes of the Hudson Valley by artists Jim Cramer, Jim Coe, Keith Gunderson and Leigh Ann Smith. All of the artists painting on the property on June 8 and meet the artists at the Opening reception June 8 from 5-8:30 p.m.  Gallery hours Thursday-Sunday, noon to 6 p.m., and by chance or appointment. Art at Leeds, 1079 Route 23 B Leeds, NY. More on exhibits and programming at 917-783-1673, www.artatleeds.com or Facebook @artatleeds Image-Field in Motion by Leigh Ann Smith.

Through July 8
Exhibit:
 KYE CARBONE: ONE & THE SAME PAINTED REFLECTIONS 2016 – 2019. Opening reception on June 11, 6-8 pm. Gallery hours are: Friday-Sunday 12- 4:30 pm, and by appointment. Contact Atelier Progressif at 518-768-7787 or info@atelierprogressif.com. Located on Bidge Street, just one door uphill from the intersection of Bridge & Main Streets, Catskill, NY.

Through July 14
Exhibit: THIRD ANNUAL JURIED PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW. Group exhibition. Reception June 22 from 4-6 pm. Gallery hours Saturdays and Sundays from 1-5 pm. Spencertown Academy, 790 State Route 203, Spencertown, NY. Visit spencertownacademy.org or 518-392-3693.

Through July 21
Exhibit: 
TOYS-FINDING YOUR INNER CHILD.  This exhibit examines how toys, the ubiquitous dolls, cars, trains reflective of the era in which they were produced, resonate with young and old, artist and non-artist alike. Some of the artists participating will be Chantal Van-Wierts, Tim Watkins, Sue-Ann LaCasse, Hilary North and Millie Goldberg. Curated by Dandy Michener and Lucy Michener. Opening reception May 25, 6-8 pm. Gallery hours are Friday 4-7 pm, Saturday 2-7 pm, Sundays 1-4 pm. Athens Cultural Center, 24 Second Street, Athens, NY.

Through July 26
Exhibit: Paints and Brushes Art Show/ Students of Robert Lahm. Featuring Joan Starr and Sandra Pyster .Opening reception June 11, from 5-7pm. Kaaterskill Gallery. Columbia-Greene Community College, 4400 Rte. 23, Hudson, NY. Image-running Brook by Joan Starr.

Through July 31
Exhibit: IMPRESSIONS. Featuring the watercolor paintings by Erika M. Klein, Barbara McGeachen, Rosalind Tobias and the late Bill Carbone. Opening reception on June 6, 4-6pm, Blue Hill Gallery, Columbia-Greene Community College, 4400 Route 23, Hudson, NY.

Through July 31
Exhibit: IN NATURE’S REALM. Painted works by Barbara McGeachen and Sandra Orris.8:30-4:30 weekdays. Call for accessibility to the conference room. 518-622-9820 x100. Agroforestry Resource Center, 6055 Route 23 Acra, NY

Through August 15
Exhibit: SPRING STUDENT ART SHOW. Foundation Gallery at C-GCC. Gallery open Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 518-828-4181, or visit SUNYcgcc.edu.  Columbia-Greene Community College, 4400 Route 23, Hudson, NY.

Through October 2019
Exhibit: LANDMARKS OF THE HUDSON VALLEY. Paintings, drawings, photographs, collages, framed art and small sculptures. Frisbee Agency Gallery 384B Main Street, Catskill, NY

Through November 3
(CIP) Exhibit: THOMAS COLE’S REFRAIN: THE PAINTINGS OF CATSKILL CREEK. Tickets, hours and information at thomascole.org. Thomas Cole National Historic Site, 218 Spring Street, Catskill, NY

Through November 3
Exhibit: In Frederic Church’s Ombra: Architecture in Conversation with Nature, Sharp Family Gallery, Olana State Historic Site. 5720 NY-9G, Hudson, NY. Tours, classed and hours at olano.org.

Through November 30
Featured Exhibition: TREASURED TRADITIONS: A STATEMENT OF PLACE introduces five Iroquois communities and showcases five actively practiced visual art forms that define, express, and reinforce their distinct community and cultural identities.  Includes Iroquois pottery, beadwork, stone carving, quilting, and ash splint basketry. 518-296-8949 or info@iroquoismuseum.org.  Iroquois Indian Museum, 324 Caverns Rd., Howes Cave, NY www.iroquoismuseum.org. Image-Pottery by Rose Kerstetter.

 

Through November 30
(CIP) BRONCK MUSEUM OPENS FOR SEASON, Museum Hours: Wednesday-Friday 12pm-4pm, Saturday 10am-4pm, and Sunday 1pm-4pm. Last tour leaves at 3:30pm daily. Closed Monday and Tuesday. Admission: Adults $7, Ages 5–11 $2, Ages 12–15 $3, GCHS members free. More info: 518-731-6490. Bronck Museum is located just off US 9W 1.5 miles south of the intersection of routes 9W, 385 and 81 near Coxsackie, NY. GCCA Members receive a discount on adult admission. Some restrictions.


Exhibit: Zadock Pratt: The Man, The Town & The Nation. 19th century oil paintings and maps, as well as 20th century artworks in oil and pastel, exhibit text and photographic panels, and a hand-out explaining Pratt’s contributions on local, national and artistic levels. Pratt’s story will be told primarily through paintings by Frederick Spencer, Amos Hamlin, and several unsigned artworks. Visit zadockprattmuseum.org. Zadock Pratt Museum, 14540 Main Street / Route 23, Prattsville, NY.

Walk the HUDSON RIVER SKYWALK!  Walk the bridge and paths connecting the historic properties: Thomas Cole National Historic Site and Olana State Historic Site.

 

 

June 30
(DEC) Concert: MUSIC AT THE MILL: Still Hollern’ with Tom White, Tom Wetmore and Hank Lamont. Sponsored by the Richmondville Historical Society. 6:30pm. Admission FREE.  Ice Cream Social at intermission. More at rumblejs@gmail.com. Bunn-Tillapaugh Mill. Richmonville, NY.

(DEC) Concert: THE UPPER CATSKILL STRING QUARTET. The Music of George Gershwin. Landis Arboretum. More at gosselrj@midtel.net or 518 234 2259.

July-6 August 18
(CIP) Exhibit: LIGHT FALLING ACROSS DARK PLACES. Laura Taylor Solo Exhibit. Opening Reception July 20, 4-7pm. Kaaterskill Fine Arts Gallery, Hunter Village Square, 7950 Main Street, Hunter, NY. Visit catskillmtn.org.

July 6
(CIP) Event: OMNY TAIKO DRUMMERS. Experience the powerful vibrations of Grammy Award Winner Koji Nakamura and OMNY Taiko’s traditional Japanese Taiko drumming. 6:30pm FREE performance, but please reserve a seat at catskillmtn.org. Orpheum Film & Performing Arts Center, Tannersville, NY

(CIP) Fundraising concert: SOPRANO ANTONINA CHEHOVSKA. All tickets $35. 8 pm. Presented by Music and Art Center of Greene County. Grazhda Concert Hall is located on Rt.23A in Jewett and adjacent to the Ukrainian Church. Information and reservations 518-989-6479.

Event: ECHOES OF TRADITION: THE LANGUAGE OF DANCe: Social dancers Niagara River Dancers from Tuscarora. 518-296-8949 or info@iroquoismuseum.org.  Iroquois Indian Museum, 324 Caverns Rd., Howes Cave, NY www.iroquoismuseum.org

(CIP) Choral performance: Gay Men’s Chorus. 8PM. Tickets at lumberyard.org or by calling 855-459-3849., Reservations required. LUMBERYARD Center for Film and Performing Arts, 62 Water Street, Catskill, NY.

(DEC) concert: CELEBRATE SUMMER READING WITH THE RUBBER BAND. Schoharie Free Library. 6:30PM. Attendance is free, Reservations NOT required. Schoharie Free Library, 103 Knower Avenue, Schoharie, NY 12157. For more information, Visit www.facebook.com/pg/Schoharie-Library

July 9
(DEC) ART CLASSES:  12:30 PM. Participation is free, Reservations required. Athens Cultural Center., 24 Second St. Athens, NY. Visit athensculturalcenter.org.

July 10
(CIP) Concert: GRAZHDA WILL RESONATE WITH CHILDREN’S VOICES IN A CONCERT OF UKRAINIAN FOLK SONGS. Presented by Music and Art Center of Greene County. 7 p.m.  Tickets are $20 general admission, $15 Seniors and $12 Members. Grazhda Concert Hall is located on Rt.23A in Jewett and adjacent to the Ukrainian Church. Information and reservations 518-989-6479.

July 10, 17, 24 & 31
(DEC) Graphic Novel Workshop. GRAPHIC ARTIST BARBARA SLATE will guide you through the process of creating your own comic using her new book, You Can Do a Graphic Novel. Free. 6-8pm. For teens and adults. Registration required. Visit chatham.lib.ny.us or 518-392-3666. Chatham Public Library, 11 Woodbridge Avenue, Chatham, NY.

July 11

(DEC) ART CLASSES: 12:30 PM. Participation is free, Reservations required. Athens Cultural Center., 24 Second St. Athens, NY. Visit athensculturalcenter.org.

July 11-21
(CIP) Theater:  THE SHAGGS: PHILOSOPHY OF THE WORLD. A bravely off-kilter musical about probably the worst rock band of all time, directed by John Sowle. Thursdays thru Saturdays @ 7:30pm, Sundays at 2:00pm. Tickets $25, $10 for Students. Discount ickets at shaggs.brownpapertickets.com or 800-838-3006. Tickets at door, too. Bridge Street Theatre, 44 West Bridge Street, Catskill, NY. Visit bridgest.org.

July 12-14
Dance: STEPHEN PETRONIO COMPANY AT HUDSON HALL.  Stephen Petronio Company to perform two classic Cunningham works, Tread (1970) and Signals(1970). The company will also present a new work by Stephen Petronio titled, American Landscapes (2019), featuring music by Jim Jarmusch & Jozef Van Wissem and images by Robert Longo. This performance is a part of a 6 week celebration of the Merce Cunningham Centennial. Hudson Hall (327 Warren Street, Hudson, NY. Visit hudsonhall.org.

July 13
(CIP) Concert: SOPRANO KAYLEEN SANCHEZ AND PIANIST-COMPOSER PAUL SANCHEZ in music by Grieg, Bernstein, Sanchez and Vassilandonakis. Presented by Music and Art Center of Greene County. 8 pm. Tickets are $20 general admission, $15 Seniors and $12 Members.Grazhda Concert Hall is located on Rt.23A in Jewett and adjacent to the Ukrainian Church. Information and reservations 518-989-6479.

Echoes of Tradition: THE LANGUAGE OF DANCE: ARTIST DEMONSTRATION   Tuscarora-based artist Mary Clause demonstrates elaborately ornate beadwork collars, cuffs and other items.  518-296-8949 or info@iroquoismuseum.org.  Iroquois Indian Museum, 324 Caverns Rd., Howes Cave, NY. iroquoismuseum.org

(CIP)  Dance Theater Piece: EPHRAT-ASHERIE . 8 PM. Tickets at lumberyard.org or by calling 855-459-3849., Reservations required. LUMBERYARD Center for Film and Performing Arts, 62 Water Street, Catskill, NY.

July 14
(CIP) Event: SUNDAYS ALONG THE RIVER: The Toiling Tinsmith, Art Thorman demonstrating the traditional craft of the tin smith, 2pm, Adults $8, GCHS Members & Children $4. The Bronck Museum, just off US 9W 1.5 miles south of the intersection of routes 9W, 385 and 81 near Coxsackie, NY and easily reached via Thruway Exit 21B. For more information about the Bronck Museum or this event visit gchistory.org or call 518-731-6490.

July 15-20 & July 22-27
(DEC) Hunter Stone Carving Studio. FREE. 9am to 5pm. Spend an hour or a day. Bluestones Sculpture Park located at 5742 Route 23A, Hunter, NY, just west of the Town of Hunter municipal office. Call 518-989-6356 or kevinvanhentenryck@gmail.com for more information.

July 17 and 18
(DEC) Workshop:
MARBLEIZED PAPER AND BOOKBINDINg, with Ulrike Grannis will teach the ancient art of marbleized paper and bookbinding in this two day workshop. For ages 8 to teens. Free. 1-4pm. Registration required. Visit chatham.lib.ny.us or 518-392-3666. Chatham Public Library, 11 Woodbridge Avenue, Chatham, NY.

July 19
(DEC) Full Moon Music Series: The Hop City Hellcats, 8pm. Meeting House. $10 per person, Kids 12 and under free. Landis Arboretum, Esperance, NY.

July 20
(CIP) Dance: NATIONAL DANCE INSTITUTE: VOICES OF CHANGE, 7:00pm.  Orpheum Film & Performing Arts Center, Tannersville, NY. Information and tickets at catskillmtn.org, or 518-263-2063.

(CIP) Concert: TROMBONIST PETER NELSON AND HIS COLLEAGUES WILL PLAY JAZZ PIECES AND IMPROVISATIONS ON UKRAINIAN MELODIES. Presented by Music and Art Center of Greene County. 8 pm. Tickets are $20 general admission, $15 Seniors and $12 Members. Grazhda Concert Hall is located on Rt.23A in Jewett and adjacent to the Ukrainian Church. Information and reservations 518-989-6479.

Echoes of Tradition: THE LANGUAGE OF DANCE: ARTIST DEMONSTRATION.  Kahnawake-based artist Tahatie Montour demonstrates the art of making gustowehs (men’s traditional headdresses) 518-296-8949 or info@iroquoismuseum.org.  Iroquois Indian Museum, 324 Caverns Rd., Howes Cave, NY. iroquoismuseum.org.

(DEC) Full Moon Concert Series. METTAWEE RIVER THEATER COMPANY. $10. Kids 12 and under FREE. More information at fred@landisarboretum.org or 518 875 6935. Meeting House at Landis Arboretum, Esperance, NY.

(CIP) Theater: 600-HIGHWAYMEN. Lumberyard Center for Film and Performing Arts. 8PM. Tickets at lumberyard.org or by calling 855-459-3849., Reservations required. LUMBERYARD Center for Film and Performing Arts, 62 Water Street, Catskill, NY.
July 20, August 10 & 24 

Story Time in the Shade:  FOLLOW THE MOUNTAIN TOP LIBRARY TO THE MOUNTAIN TOP ARBORETUM. 10:30-11:30 am. FREE. More info at 518-589-5707 or tanmttoplib@aol.com. The Mountain Top Arboretum, 379 Maude Adams Road Tannersville, NY.

July 21
(CIP) Theater: 600-HIGHWAYMEN. 3PM. Tickets at lumberyard.org or by calling 855-459-3849., Reservations required. LUMBERYARD Center for Film and Performing Arts, 62 Water Street, Catskill, NY

(DEC) Concert: TOM WADSWORTH AND THREE BONZ. 6:30pm. Original and traditional Americana in the many styles. Admission Free Ice Cream Social at intermission. Info with Joan Sondergaard at rumblejs@gmail.com .Bunn-Tillapaugh Mill.

July 22

(CIP) Film: THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER (1955). A unique and inimitable masterpiece. Directed by actor Charles Laughton (the only film he ever helmed), it stars a sublimely sinister Robert Mitchum as one of the most memorable villains in cinema history. 7:30pm. Free. Bridge Street Theatre. 44 West Bridge Street, Catskill, NY. Visit bridgest.org.

July 22-27

(DEC) Hunter Stone Carving Studio. FREE. 9am to 5pm. Spend an hour or a day. Bluestones Sculpture Park located at 5742 Route 23A, Hunter, NY, just west of the Town of Hunter municipal office. Call 518-989-6356 or kevinvanhentenryck@gmail.com for more information.

July 26 & 27
(DEC) Family Theater: THE LITTLEST EMPRESS. Diata Diata International Folkloric Theatre is pleased to present a traditional folktale from China, The Littlest Empress, celebrating the courage and loyalty of the most unappreciated, yet most resourceful of all the Emperor’s children. July 24 at 7pm July 28 at 5pm. FREE & Open to Public.  Hudson Junior/Senior High School, Harry Howard Avenue, Hudson NY.

July 26-28

(DEC) Youth Theatre Production, MADAGASCAR. 7PM Friday and Saturday, 2PM Sunday. 518 758-1309. Valatie Community Theatre, 3031 Main Street, Valatie, NY.

July 27
(DEC) Concert: BLACKDOME MUSIC FESTIVAL. 12PM. $20/regular; $18/seniors; $15/students; 12 and under free, Reservations required. Windham Civic Center, 5379 Main Street, Windham, NY. Visit blackdomemusic.com.

 

July 27 & 28
(CIP) Summer Dance Intensive for Students. Led by artist in residence Marcus McGregor, Elena Mosley, James Polo and Stephen Petronio! Fees are $15 per day, $25 for both Saturday and Sunday or $5 for a single class. Pre-registration closes July 25.  Visit www.PETRON.IO for registration and full schedule or contact marcus@stephenpetronio.com for questions. Petronio Residency Center at Crows Nest, 278 Crows Nest Road, Round Top, NY. Image of instructor Marcus McGregor courtesy V James DiPerna photography.

July 28
Artist talk: MOHAWK ARTIST SHEREE BONAPARTE on the relationship between quiltmaking and community at Akwesasne Reservation. 1:30pm. 18-296-8949 or info@iroquoismuseum.org.  Iroquois Indian Museum, 324 Caverns Rd., Howes Cave, NY. iroquoismuseum.org.

(DEC) Concert: CELEBRATION OF STRINGS. Free Admission. More information at cbgb21@yahoo.com. Maple Museum, Jefferson, NY.

(CIP) Theater: MACHINE DAZZLE 3 PM & 8PM. Tickets at lumberyard.org or by calling 855-459-3849., Reservations required. LUMBERYARD Center for Film and Performing Arts, 62 Water Street, Catskill, NY.

Exhibit Closing Reception: MYSTIC PIZZA. 4-6pm. FREE. 917-749-2857 or labspaceart.blogspot.com. LABspace, 2642 NY Route 23, Hillsdale NY.

July 29-30
(CIP) Workshop: GERDANY (Beadmaking) takes place with instructor Lesia Lasiy.Ages 10 to adult. $40.  Grazhda Concert Hall is located on Rt.23A in Jewett and adjacent to the Ukrainian Church. 518-263-4670 or Melanieserbay@yahoo.com for registration.

July 29-August 9
(CIP) Workshop: CHILDREN’S FOLK SINGING COURSE with Anna Bachynsky and Melanie Serbay. $75.  Grazhda Concert Hall is located on Rt.23A in Jewett and adjacent to the Ukrainian Church. 518-263-4670 or Melanieserbay@yahoo.com for registration and additional information.

August 1-2
(CIP) Workshop: PYSANKY (Ukrainian egg decorating) with instructor Sofia Zielyk. Ages 10 to adult. $40.  Grazhda Concert Hall is located on Rt.23A in Jewett and adjacent to the Ukrainian Church. 518-263-4670 or Melanieserbay@yahoo.com for registration and additional information.

August 2-4
(CIP) Concerts: 23ARTS INITIATIVE SUMMER MUSIC FESTIVAL-Weekend I. Various Tannersville locations. Many are FREE! Visit 23arts.org for full schedule.

August 2
(CIP) Concert: USTAD SHAFAAT KHAN. World-renowned sitarist, table player, and vocalist returns for a third visit to Catskill with a concert of classic Indian music. 7:30pm. $20, $10 for Students. Advance tickets at khan2019.brownpapertickets.com or 800-838-3006 and at door. Bridge Street Theatre. 44 West Bridge Street, Catskill, NY. Visit bridgest.org.

August 2- 4
(DEC) Theater: DISNEY’S “LITTLE WOMEN” Timothy Murphy Playhouse. $10 General Admission, $8 Senior/Student.  Performances 7pm Friday and Saturday, 2pm Sunday. More information at heidijbromley@gmail.com. Middleburgh High School, Middleburgh, NY.

August 3-September 29
Exhibit: EYE OF THE BEHOLDER: Art of the Found Object. Opening reception Saturday, August 3, from 4-7pm. Exhibiting work of noted found object artists the Late Norman Hasselriis and Hudson Valéry artists Cristobal Morales, Jack Metzger and Rick Patterson and others. aMuse Gallery, 7 Railroad Avenue, Chatham, NY.  Hours: Thursday-Saturday 11am-5pm, Sunday 12-4pm. Visit amusechatham.com or call 518-392-1060.

August 3
(CIP) Concert: GOULD STRING QUARTET.  The Lithuanian-born violinist-extraordinaire Atis Bankas and his chamber musicians will play music by Puccini, Donizetti and Verdi. Presented by Music and Art Center of Greene County. 8 pm. Tickets are $20 general admission, $15 Seniors and $12 Members.Grazhda Concert Hall is located on Rt.23A in Jewett and adjacent to the Ukrainian Church. Information and reservations 518-989-6479
August 5-7

(CIP) Workshop: UKRAINIAN FOLK MOTIF PAINTING. Ages 10 to adult. $75.  Grazhda Concert Hall is located on Rt.23A in Jewett and adjacent to the Ukrainian Church. 518-263-4670 or Melanieserbay@yahoo.com for registration and additional information.

August 5-8

(CIP) Workshop: EMBROIDERY with instructor Lubov Wolynets. Ages 10 to adult. $75.  Grazhda Concert Hall is located on Rt.23A in Jewett and adjacent to the Ukrainian Church. 518-263-4670 or Melanieserbay@yahoo.com for registration and additional information.

August 9
(DEC) Concert:  CANAL ST. STRING BAND. Jefferson Historical Society.  Free Admission. Concerts take place in the Maple Museum and on the Town Green. More information at cbgb21@yahoo.com. Maple Museum, Jefferson, NY.
August 9-11

(CIP) Concerts: 23ARTS INITIATIVE SUMMER MUSIC FESTIVAL-Weekend II. Various Tannersville & Onteora locations. Many are FREE! Visit 23arts.org for full schedule.

(DEC) Theater: LION KING JR. Timothy Murphy Playhouse. $10 General Admission, $8 Senior/Student.  Performances 7pm Friday and Saturday, 2pm Sunday. More at heidijbromley@gmail.com. Middleburgh High School.  Middleburgh, NY.

August 10 & 24 

Story Time in the Shade:  FOLLOW THE MOUNTAIN TOP LIBRARY TO THE MOUNTAIN TOP ARBORETUM. 10:30-11:30 am. FREE. More info at 518-589-5707 or tanmttoplib@aol.com. The Mountain Top Arboretum, 379 Maude Adams Road Tannersville, NY

August 10

(CIP) Film: KING LEAR (1971). As a lead in to its “Shakespearean Sampler”, Bridge Street Theatre presents a free screening of Russian filmmaker Grigori Kozintsev’s epic film version of Shakespeare’s immortal tragedy. 7:00pm. Free. Bridge Street Theatre. 44 West Bridge Street, Catskill, NY. Visit bridgest.org.

Echoes of Tradition: THE LANGUAGE OF DANCE: ARTIST DEMONSTRATION. Seneca artist Adrian John demonstrates the construction of Iroquois water drums and cow horn rattles. 518-296-8949 or info@iroquoismuseum.org.  Iroquois Indian Museum, 324 Caverns Rd., Howes Cave, NY. iroquoismuseum.org

(CIP) Theater: ELEVATOR REPAIR SERVICE. 8PM. Tickets at lumberyard.org or by calling 855-459-3849., Reservations required. LUMBERYARD Center for Film and Performing Arts, 62 Water Street, Catskill, NY.

August 11
(CIP) Theater: ELEVATOR REPAIR SERVICE. 3PM Tickets at lumberyard.org or by calling 855-459-3849., Reservations required. LUMBERYARD Center for Film and Performing Arts, 62 Water Street, Catskill, NY.

Stone carving workshop: ARTIST ADRIAN JOHN.  A member of the Native Roots Artist Guild, Adrian is knowledgeable about Seneca language, art, and history.  His wood and stone sculptures are deeply inspired by his culture.  Participants will be working with soapstone or alabaster.  All materials will be provided but feel free to bring tools, stone, work in progress, etc.  Open to ages 13 to adult. $60 includes materials.  518-296-8949 or info@iroquoismuseum.org.  Iroquois Indian Museum, 324 Caverns Rd., Howes Cave, NY. iroquoismuseum.org

August 15, 22 & 29
(DEC) Workshop: SUMINAGASHI AND ORIGAMI with Ruby Silvious. Teen through adult. 6:00 pm.  Registration required at 518-731-8084 or heermancelibrary.org. Heermance Memorial Library.  1 Ely St. Coxsackie, NY.

August 15, 17, 18, and 23, 24, & 25
(CIP) Theater: THRICE TO MINE. Princess. Wife. Mother. Witch. Murderer. Queen. Performer/Playwright Roxanne Fay presents the world premiere of a new solo show about Shakespeare’s Lady Macbeth. In rotating rep with Gareth Armstrong’s SHYLOCK, starring Steven Patterson. August 15 @ 7:30pm, August 17 @ 7:00pm, August 18 @ 3:00pm, August 23 @ 7:00. August 24 @ 3:00pm, August 25 @ 7:00pm $25, $10 for Students. Discounted advance tickets at thrice.brownpapertickets.com or 800-838-3006 and at door.Bridge Street Theatre, 44 West Bridge Street, Catskill, NY. Visit Bridgest.org

August 16

(DEC)  Full Moon Music Series: THE MEADOWS BROTHERS, 8pm. $10 per person, Kids 12 and under free. Meeting House at Landis Arboretum, Esperance, NY.

August 16-18
(DEC)  Youth Theatre Production Teens-BUGSY MALONE. 7PM Friday and Saturday, 2PM Sunday. 518 758-1309. Valatie Community Theatre, 3031 Main Street, Valatie, NY.

August 16, 17, 18 and 22, 24, & 25
(CIP) Theater: SHYLOCK by Gareth Armstrong. Steven Patterson stars in this solo show about Shakespeare’s controversial Jewish moneylender from THE MERCHANT OF VENICE. In rotating rep with Roxanne Fay’s THRICE TO MINE. August 16 @ 7:30pm, August 17 @ 3:00pm, August 18 @ 7:00pm, August 22 @ 7:30. August 24 @ 7:00pm, August 25 @ 3:00pm. $25, $10 for Students. Discount tickets at shylock.brownpapertickets.com or 800-838-3006 and at door. Bridge Street Theatre, 44 West Bridge Street, Catskill, NY. Visit Bridgest.org.

August 17
(CIP) Concert:  PIANO RECITAL OF SERHII SALOV. Presented by Music and Art Center of Greene County 8 p.m.  General admission $20; Senior citizens-$15; Members $12. 519-989-6479. Grazhda Concert Hall, Rt. 23A, Jewett, NY.

Echoes of Tradition: THE LANGUAGE OF DANCE: ARTIST DEMONSTRATION Cayuga artist Dan Hill demonstrates the process of creating traditionally-inspired silver brooches.   518-296-8949 or info@iroquoismuseum.org.  Iroquois Indian Museum, 324 Caverns Rd., Howes Cave, NY. iroquoismuseum.org

(CIP)  Dance/Theater: The TEAM presents RECONSTRUCTION (Still Working but the Devil Might Be Inside). 8PM. Tickets at lumberyard.org or by calling 855-459-3849., Reservations required. LUMBERYARD Center for Film and Performing Arts, 62 Water Street, Catskill, NY.

August 18
(CIP) Theater/Dance: The TEAM presents RECONSTRUCTION (Still Working but the Devil Might Be Inside) 3PM. Tickets at lumberyard.org or by calling 855-459-3849., Reservations required. LUMBERYARD Center for Film and Performing Arts, 62 Water Street, Catskill, NY.

(DEC)  Music at the Mill: WILD MOUNTAIN. Bunn-Tillapaugh Mill. 6:30pm Admission Free Ice Cream Social at intermission. All donations to benefit the Bunn Mill Restoration Project. More at Joan Sondergaard at rumblejs@gmail.com.

August 17 & 18
(CIP) Concerts: 23ARTS INITIATIVE SUMMER MUSIC FESTIVAL-Weekend III. Various Tannersville locations. Many are FREE! Visit 23arts.org for full schedule.

August 21
(DEC) Concert:  Not So Quiet Concert Series-WINDBORNE. 7pm. Suggested donation: $10.  For more information contact Sonny Ochs: sonnyo@midtel.net Middleburgh Public Library, Middleburgh, NY.

August 22 & 29
(DEC) Workshop: SUMINAGASHI AND ORIGAMI with Ruby Silvious. Teen through adult. 6:00 pm. Registration required at518-731-8084 or heermancelibrary.org. Heermance Memorial Library.  1 Ely St. Coxsackie, NY.

August 24
(CIP) Concert: MUSIC AT THE GRAZHDA.  Cellist Natalia Khoma and pianist Volodymyr Vynnytsky play Bach, Tchaikovsky and Chopin works will be dedicated to the memory of Lubomyr Krushel’nytsky, a great, loyal friend of “Music at Grazhda”. 8 p.m. 8 pm. Tickets are $20 general admission, $15 Seniors and $12 Members.Grazhda Concert Hall is located on Rt.23A in Jewett and adjacent to the Ukrainian Church. Information and reservations 518-989-6479.

(CIP) Performance: OH HUDSON! UPSTATE BAND and DAVID GONZALEZ. Upstate Band is a group of people from New York’s beautiful Hudson Valley dedicated to creating visceral American music blending Americana/Jazz and Soul/Funk. 8pm. Tickets Purchased Ahead: $25; $20 seniors; $7 students. Door: $30; $25 seniors; $7 students. Doctorow Center for the Arts, 7971 Main Street, Village of Hunter. Visit catskillmtn.org.

(CIP) Event:  TAVERN NIGHT AT THE BRONCK MUSEUM, Enjoy an evening at the Bronck house, transformed into a typical 1600s Dutch tavern, complete with costumed servers, candlelight, craft beer and tavern food, 7pm, Tickets $30, advanced sale tickets $25, Reservations limited, More info: 518-731-6490 or www.gchistory.org. The Bronck Museum, just off US 9W 1.5 miles south of the intersection of routes 9W, 385 and 81 near Coxsackie, NY and easily reached via Thruway Exit 21B. For more information about the Bronck Museum or this event visit gchistory.org or call 518-731-6490.

Story Time in the Shade:  FOLLOW THE MOUNTAIN TOP LIBRARY TO THE MOUNTAIN TOP ARBORETUM. 10:30-11:30 am. FREE. More info at 518-589-5707 or tanmttoplib@aol.com. The Mountain Top Arboretum, 379 Maude Adams Road Tannersville, NY

Echoes of Tradition: THE LANGUAGE OF DANCE: SOCIAL DANCERS- Haudenosaunee Dancers. 518-296-8949 or info@iroquoismuseum.org.  Iroquois Indian Museum, 324 Caverns Rd., Howes Cave, NY. iroquoismuseum.org

August 24 & 25
(CIP) Concerts: 23ARTS INITIATIVE SUMMER MUSIC FESTIVAL-Finale-Weekend IV. Various Tannersville locations. Many are FREE! Visit 23arts.org for full schedule.

August 25
(DEC) Concert:  FIRST CALL BRASS ENSEMBLE. Jefferson Historical Society.  Free Admission. Concerts take place in the Maple Museum and on the Town Green. Jefferson, NY.

August 29
(DEC) Workshop: SUMINAGASHI AND ORIGAMI with Ruby Silvious. Teen through adult. 6:00 pm.     Registration required at518-731-8084 or heermancelibrary.org. Heermance Memorial Library.  1 Ely St. Coxsackie, NY.

August 31

(CIP) Family Performance: ON THE HIGH WIRE WITH PHILIPPE PETIT.   7:30 pm.  Tickets Purchased Ahead: $25; $20 seniors; $7 students. Door: $30; $25 seniors; $7 students. Orpheum Film & Performing Arts Center, 6050 Main Street, Tannersville, NY. Visit catskuillmtn.org.

August 31
(CIP)  Dance:  BILL T. JONES ARNIE ZANE COMPANY. 8:PM. Tickets may be purchased on our website or by calling 855-459-3849., Reservations required. LUMBERYARD Center for Film and Performing Arts, 62 Water Street, Catskill, NY. Visit lumberyard.org

August 31 & September 1
38th Annual Iroquois Indian Festival. CELEBRATION OF IROQUOIS CREATIVITY AND SELF-EXPRESSION by featuring an all Iroquois Art Market open to Iroquois artists by special invitation only.  Both traditional and contemporary arts and fine crafts are showcased. 518-296-8949 or info@iroquoismuseum.org.  Iroquois Indian Museum, 324 Caverns Rd., Howes Cave, NY. iroquoismuseum.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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