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“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

Exit 20: An Exhibition of Work By Saugerties Artists

Photography Project Exhibit: To Grow a Farmer

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

Experiments in Spontaneity: An Abstract Painting Workshop with Ellen McKay

Oil Paintings and Children’s Books by Michael Garland at the Sherman Library, Sherman, CT

Juan Murphy’s Open Mic

Dr. Deborah Ottenheimer will discuss her work with survivors of Child Marriage, Female Genital Mutilation, and Human Trafficking. (2/12)

Renewal

Sophia Narrett uses embroidery to tell stories about love and desire. (2/26)

Photography Project Exhibit: To Grow a Farmer

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

Business 101 for Artists & Makers

Herrington Benefit Concert

Roger’s Folly Wednesdsay Night Dance at the Howland Cultural Center

Oil Paintings and Children’s Books by Michael Garland at the Sherman Library, Sherman, CT

Hello Dolly!

Photography Project Exhibit: To Grow a Farmer

Roger’s Folly Wednesday Night Dance at the Howland Center

DENIZEN Theatre Open Gallery!

Hudson Valley Views, through the lens & behind the brush

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

Sandy Grande will be giving the Biennial Elaine Lipschutz Lecture “Unsettling Indigenous Erasures in K-12 Multicultural Education” (2/28)

Inspired by Nature Lecture Series

Oil Paintings and Children’s Books by Michael Garland at the Sherman Library, Sherman, CT

Letterpress [Business] Card Workshop

For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf

For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf

For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf

Hello Dolly!

Hudson Valley Views, through the lens & behind the brush

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

Oil Paintings and Children’s Books by Michael Garland at the Sherman Library, Sherman, CT

For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf

The Alex Smith Trio at Lydia’s Cafe in Stone Ridge

Art Opening: Ulster County Photography Club

Neighbors: Photographs by Sean Hemmerle and Monica d. Church

Nikki Hung: Taphophilia (Opening Reception)

DATURA ROAD-Blended Music of the East & West

“If Wishes Were Horses” at Queen City 15 Gallery

Hudson Valley Views, through the lens & behind the brush

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

All County Chorus Concert

Saturdays and Sundays free for City of Beacon residents and adjacent areas

For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf

“Light”

GATHER Exhibition Opening Reception

Opening reception for “Something Blue: An Exhibition Celebrating Blue”

Something Blue: An Exhibition Celebrating Blue

JEDI ACADEMY with David Engel

Barrett Art Center: Springraiser 2019

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

Cecil B Demille’s “The Ten Commandments” (1923)

Saturdays and Sundays free for City of Beacon residents and adjacent areas

Youth and Family Printmaking

For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf

16TH ANNUAL LIFE DRAWING EXHIBIT: Wine & Cheese Reception

Something Blue: An Exhibition Celebrating Blue

JEDI ACADEMY with David Engel

Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

Adult Broadway Tap Workshop

JEDI ACADEMY with David Engel

Photography Project Exhibit: To Grow a Farmer

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

Experiments in Spontaneity: An Abstract Painting Workshop with Ellen McKay

Open Acting Workshop

Oil Paintings and Children’s Books by Michael Garland at the Sherman Library, Sherman, CT

Juan Murphy’s Open Mic

“If Wishes Were Horses” at Queen City 15 Gallery

JEDI ACADEMY with David Engel

Photography Project Exhibit: To Grow a Farmer

The Hyde Park Chamber Ensemble – a Lunch & Listen Free Concert

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

Roger’s Folly Wednesdsay Night Dance at the Howland Cultural Center

Oil Paintings and Children’s Books by Michael Garland at the Sherman Library, Sherman, CT

Artful Playgroup

Artful Playgroup for Toddlers

Soul Motion®, a conscious dance and movement practice

JEDI ACADEMY with David Engel

Photography Project Exhibit: To Grow a Farmer

Roger’s Folly Wednesday Night Dance at the Howland Center

Hudson Valley Views, through the lens & behind the brush

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

Oil Paintings and Children’s Books by Michael Garland at the Sherman Library, Sherman, CT

Letterpress [Business] Card Workshop

For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf

Comedy Writing Workshop

JEDI ACADEMY with David Engel

Photography Project Exhibit: To Grow a Farmer

DENIZEN Theatre Open Gallery!

Hudson Valley Views, through the lens & behind the brush

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

Oil Paintings and Children’s Books by Michael Garland at the Sherman Library, Sherman, CT

For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf

SHOW OPENING- SHAKESPEARE meets ZEPPELIN: The power of words

“If Wishes Were Horses” at Queen City 15 Gallery

Charlotte Posenenske: Work in Progress

GALLERY TALK: FOCUS GAIA 2019 with JUROR AMY CHENG

Something Blue: An Exhibition Celebrating Blue

Open Mic at the Library!

Hudson Valley Views, through the lens & behind the brush

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

All County Band Concert

Spackenkill H.S. & Beacon H.S. Host FIRST LOOK

Saturdays and Sundays free for City of Beacon residents and adjacent areas

Saturday Studio

For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf

SHOW OPENING- SHAKESPEARE meets ZEPPELIN: The power of words

The Tai Chi of Flexibility with Cris Caivano

“Light”

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

Saturdays and Sundays free for City of Beacon residents and adjacent areas

Youth and Family Printmaking

Simone Dinnerstein Performs in Beacon

For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf

Hiroya Tsukamoto-Classical Guitar Series with a Twist

SHOW OPENING- SHAKESPEARE meets ZEPPELIN: The power of words

Classics for Kids: Tic Too Choc

Something Blue: An Exhibition Celebrating Blue

JEDI ACADEMY with David Engel

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

SHOW OPENING- SHAKESPEARE meets ZEPPELIN: The power of words

Adult Broadway Tap Workshop

JEDI ACADEMY with David Engel

Photography Project Exhibit: To Grow a Farmer

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

Experiments in Spontaneity: An Abstract Painting Workshop with Ellen McKay

Oil Paintings and Children’s Books by Michael Garland at the Sherman Library, Sherman, CT

Juan Murphy’s Open Mic

SHOW OPENING- SHAKESPEARE meets ZEPPELIN: The power of words

JEDI ACADEMY with David Engel

Photography Project Exhibit: To Grow a Farmer

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

Oil Paintings and Children’s Books by Michael Garland at the Sherman Library, Sherman, CT

SHOW OPENING- SHAKESPEARE meets ZEPPELIN: The power of words

Ulster County Photography Club

JEDI ACADEMY with David Engel

New Beginning: Living What Matters

Photography Project Exhibit: To Grow a Farmer

DENIZEN Theatre Open Gallery!

Hudson Valley Views, through the lens & behind the brush

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

Letterpress [Business] Card Workshop

SHOW OPENING- SHAKESPEARE meets ZEPPELIN: The power of words

Continental Divide: Borderlands wildlife, People and the Wall

JEDI ACADEMY with David Engel

Photography Project Exhibit: To Grow a Farmer

DENIZEN Theatre Open Gallery!

Hudson Valley Views, through the lens & behind the brush

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

SHOW OPENING- SHAKESPEARE meets ZEPPELIN: The power of words

“If Wishes Were Horses” at Queen City 15 Gallery

The Hyde Park Chamber Ensemble

Art Students Show at Tivoli Artists Gallery

ASK Presents: Chekhov Revisited – Dykeman Donovan Theater Lab

Something Blue: An Exhibition Celebrating Blue

Square Dancing!

JEDI ACADEMY with David Engel

Hudson Valley Views, through the lens & behind the brush

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

Saturdays and Sundays free for City of Beacon residents and adjacent areas

YASMIN WILLIAMS-NPR Featured Finger-Style Guitarist

SHOW OPENING- SHAKESPEARE meets ZEPPELIN: The power of words

“Light”

“If Wishes Were Horses” at Queen City 15 Gallery

ASK Presents: Devising Theater Using Literature – Dykeman Donovan Theater Lab

ASK Presents: Chekhov Revisited – Dykeman Donovan Theater Lab

Something Blue: An Exhibition Celebrating Blue

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

Saturdays and Sundays free for City of Beacon residents and adjacent areas

Youth and Family Printmaking

Figurative Sculpture in Social Critique: Curating the Straus Family Collection

SHOW OPENING- SHAKESPEARE meets ZEPPELIN: The power of words

ASK Presents: Chekhov Revisited – Dykeman Donovan Theater Lab

Something Blue: An Exhibition Celebrating Blue

JEDI ACADEMY with David Engel

Photography Project Exhibit: To Grow a Farmer

DENIZEN Theatre Open Gallery!

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

SHOW OPENING- SHAKESPEARE meets ZEPPELIN: The power of words

Adult Broadway Tap Workshop

JEDI ACADEMY with David Engel

Photography Project Exhibit: To Grow a Farmer

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

Visiting Artist Guest Conductor Johan de Meij

Open Acting Workshop

Juan Murphy’s Open Mic

SHOW OPENING- SHAKESPEARE meets ZEPPELIN: The power of words

JEDI ACADEMY with David Engel

Photography Project Exhibit: To Grow a Farmer

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

Roger’s Folly Wednesdsay Night Dance at the Howland Cultural Center

PoughETRY Fest 2019

Spring Storytelling Café

SHOW OPENING- SHAKESPEARE meets ZEPPELIN: The power of words

Bagpipes! Songs & Demonstration

JEDI ACADEMY with David Engel

Photography Project Exhibit: To Grow a Farmer

Roger’s Folly Wednesday Night Dance at the Howland Center

DENIZEN Theatre Open Gallery!

Hudson Valley Views, through the lens & behind the brush

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

RICHARD NELSON – “The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family” in conversation with Michael Rhodes

SHOW OPENING- SHAKESPEARE meets ZEPPELIN: The power of words

The Game of Business Storytelling

JEDI ACADEMY with David Engel

Photography Project Exhibit: To Grow a Farmer

DENIZEN Theatre Open Gallery!

Hudson Valley Views, through the lens & behind the brush

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

Zelda’s Happening @ The Woman Show

ANDES MANTA–Vibrant Traditional Andean Music

SHOW OPENING- SHAKESPEARE meets ZEPPELIN: The power of words

“If Wishes Were Horses” at Queen City 15 Gallery

The Wizard of Oz – A Contemporary Ballet

Something Blue: An Exhibition Celebrating Blue

JEDI ACADEMY with David Engel

WJHS Drama Presents The Wizard of Oz

Hudson Valley Views, through the lens & behind the brush

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

Saturdays and Sundays free for City of Beacon residents and adjacent areas

Spring Exhibition. MARKING TIME: The Work of Ernest Shaw

Enlightened Views

THE ART OF MURDER–Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre

Lucinda Snowdrop musical story performance

Enlightened Views

Eric Banger and the Mashers Concert

SHOW OPENING- SHAKESPEARE meets ZEPPELIN: The power of words

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

Saturdays and Sundays free for City of Beacon residents and adjacent areas

Youth and Family Printmaking

SHOW OPENING- SHAKESPEARE meets ZEPPELIN: The power of words

The Wizard of Oz – A Contemporary Ballet

Something Blue: An Exhibition Celebrating Blue

JEDI ACADEMY with David Engel

Photography Project Exhibit: To Grow a Farmer

DENIZEN Theatre Open Gallery!

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

SHOW OPENING- SHAKESPEARE meets ZEPPELIN: The power of words

Adult Broadway Tap Workshop

JEDI ACADEMY with David Engel

Andrea Bertozzi, UCLA, presents “Mathematics of Crime” and “Geometric Graph-based Methods for High Dimensional Data.” (3/25)

“Reflections on Afro-Mexico: Comments from the Career of an Historian.”

Photography Project Exhibit: To Grow a Farmer

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

Juan Murphy’s Open Mic

SHOW OPENING- SHAKESPEARE meets ZEPPELIN: The power of words

JEDI ACADEMY with David Engel

Graphic Novel Book Club

Photography Project Exhibit: To Grow a Farmer

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

Lean Out: Connecting Outside the Ivory Tower A Multi-compartment Mathematical Model of Cancer Stem Cell Driven Solid Tumor Growth Dynamics

Jerry Stropnicky, theatre-maker and community organizer, will share his experiences and expertise surrounding community dialogue.

SHOW OPENING- SHAKESPEARE meets ZEPPELIN: The power of words

JEDI ACADEMY with David Engel

1968: How Events 50 Years Ago Shaped The World

Photography Project Exhibit: To Grow a Farmer

DENIZEN Theatre Open Gallery!

Hudson Valley Views, through the lens & behind the brush

“Black Lit” Exhibition of Rare Books at Marist’s Cannavino Library Celebrates Black History Month

Lean Out: Connecting Outside the Ivory Tower A Multi-compartment Mathematical Model of Cancer Stem Cell Driven Solid Tumor Growth Dynamics

SHOW OPENING- SHAKESPEARE meets ZEPPELIN: The power of words

Towne Crier Dance Jam

Journaling: Where Do I Begin?

JEDI ACADEMY with David Engel

Photography Project Exhibit: To Grow a Farmer

DENIZEN Theatre Open Gallery!

Hudson Valley Views, through the lens & behind the brush

Crossroads: Understanding Haiti in the context of the current global political climate

Tivoli Artists Gallery: THROUGH THE ALLEY – Urban+Recycled

BROOKS WILLIAMS–Bluer Than Blues

SHOW OPENING- SHAKESPEARE meets ZEPPELIN: The power of words

Dreams, Art, & Religion

“If Wishes Were Horses” at Queen City 15 Gallery

The Wizard of Oz – A Contemporary Ballet

Something Blue: An Exhibition Celebrating Blue

JEDI ACADEMY with David Engel

Hudson Valley Views, through the lens & behind the brush

Saturdays and Sundays free for City of Beacon residents and adjacent areas

AN EVENING WITH THE NIELDS–Sisters of Modern Folk

Roger’s Folly Dance at the Howland Center with Eight To The Bar

Tivoli Artists Gallery: THROUGH THE ALLEY – Urban+Recycled

NDSO Concert: Flight

Artists Talk: Kyle Cottier, “If Wishes Were Horses”

SHOW OPENING- SHAKESPEARE meets ZEPPELIN: The power of words

“Light”

“If Wishes Were Horses” at Queen City 15 Gallery

Saturdays and Sundays free for City of Beacon residents and adjacent areas

Youth and Family Printmaking

HEIRLOOM SEED ENVGRAVING DEMONSTRATION

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