Calendar of events

Wednesday, October 23

"No People, No Trees: Four Artists and Abstraction"

11:00 AM
Wired Gallery is pleased to announce the group exhibition No People, No Trees, Four Artists and Abstraction, featuring artists Kathy Erteman, Deborah Freedman, Lara Giordano, and Pat Travis …

Born in Clay and Fire: Beacon's Brick Industry, 1880-1950

7:30 PM
Dr. Michael Conrad, a business and environmental historian, and executive officer of Clarkson’s Beacon Institute, will present "Born in Clay and Fire," in partnership with Beacon Historical Society, examining Italian immigrants and African-American workers who transformed Hudson area clay into the brick building blocks of the New York Metropolis.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month Events and Activities

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and there are a number of promotions and activities going on in the Hudson Valley that support the American Cancer Society and the fight against breast cancer.

Thursday, October 24

Fishkill Farmers Market

9:00 AM
Fishkill Farmers Market. 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. 1004 Main Street. Through Oct. 31. 897-4430.

"No People, No Trees: Four Artists and Abstraction"

11:00 AM
Wired Gallery is pleased to announce the group exhibition No People, No Trees, Four Artists and Abstraction, featuring artists Kathy Erteman, Deborah Freedman, Lara Giordano, and Pat Travis …

Figure Drawing Open Studio: Drawing With Live Model.

6:00 PM
Every Thursday evening from 6-9pm, artists of all levels are invited to refine their drawing skills working from a nude model in a relaxed, informal setting. Held in ASK's spacious second-floor …

The Maestro Mystique

7:00 PM
Have you ever wondered why a conductor is needed? Most people have seen a conductor waving wildly at the orchestra while they do all the hard work of making the sound. Can’t musicians just count? …

The Maestro Mystique

7:00 PM
Have you ever wondered what a conductor does? Most people have seen a conductor waving wildly at the orchestra while they do all the hard work of making the sound. Can't musicians just count?

The Maestro Mystique

7:00 PM
Have you ever wondered what a conductor does? Most people have seen a conductor waving wildly at the orchestra while they do all the hard work of making the sound. Can’t musicians just count?

Twelfth Night

7:00 PM
Valley Central High School student production. Donations welcome.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month Events and Activities

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and there are a number of promotions and activities going on in the Hudson Valley that support the American Cancer Society and the fight against breast cancer.

Friday, October 25

Hike to the Shingle Gully Ice Caves

9:30 AM
Explore the Shingle Gully Ice Caves, where ice persists into summer in deep crevice caves. These caves are in a primitive area in Minnewaska State Park Preserve. This rugged, protected landscape is accessible only on guided tours led by park staff and volunteer docents. This all-day, strenuous adventure ascends and descends 1,500 feet, includes off-trail bushwhacking and steep rock scrambles, and is only appropriate for experienced hikers. Pre-registration is required by calling Sam's Point at 845- 647-7989. Pre-registration deadline: October 20th.

Goshen Farmer's Market

10:00 AM
Goshen Farmers Market. 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Church Park, Main Street & South Church Street, Goshen.

"No People, No Trees: Four Artists and Abstraction"

11:00 AM
Wired Gallery is pleased to announce the group exhibition No People, No Trees, Four Artists and Abstraction, featuring artists Kathy Erteman, Deborah Freedman, Lara Giordano, and Pat Travis …

Filmmaking Class with Allyson Ferrara

4:00 PM
This class will teach students the fundamentals of filmmaking. Students will learn what is necessary in order to create a movie by going through the processes of preproduction, production, and post …

Critical Mass Bike Ride

6:00 PM
Join Newburgh's Critical Mass Bike ride, starting at the Downing Park Shelter House Cafe

Halloween Party

6:00 PM
The Town of New Windsor annual Halloween Party is on Friday October 25th starting at 6pm at Kristi Babcock Memorial Park. Some of the returning fan favorites that we have again are the Haunted Hay Ride, the Haunted Trail, and the costume parade with four different age groups where the entrants all have a chance to win a prize.

Twelfth Night

7:00 PM
Valley Central High School student production. Donations welcome.

Film: “Older than Ireland”

7:30 PM
On Friday, October 25, at 7:30 pm, Tompkins Corners Cultural Center will present “Older than Ireland,” the fifth film in the TCCC 2019 film series that has been made possible in part by the …

ILLUSION GENIUS & MAGICIAN: BEN ROBINSON

8:00 PM
The New York Times has written: “Ben Robinson delighted the audience. He is an internationally acclaimed Master Magician.” Ben Robinson’s show involves intimate illusions unseen elsewhere: sight obtained w/o eyes, 10-foot poles appear, champagne bottles disappear and a fortune in real diamonds instantly appear in his hands!