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Thu., March 28
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A Pancake Breakfast

Sun., March 24, 8-11 a.m.
Rhinecliff Firehouse Shatzell Road, Rhinecliff Rhinecliff


Proceeds to support Firemen's Field Picnic Shelter Project

Champagne Sunday Brunch 2019

Sun., March 24, 10 a.m.
West Point Club 603 Cullum Road, West Point West Point

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Guided Tour

Sun., March 24, 11 a.m.
Thomas Cole National Historic Site 218 Spring Street, Catskill Catskill

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Guided Tour

Sun., March 24, 12 p.m.
Thomas Cole National Historic Site 218 Spring Street, Catskill Catskill

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Bluegrass Brunch: the Bob Stump Band

Sun., March 24, 12 p.m.
Daryl's House 130 Route 22, Pawling Pawling

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Farm Film Fest Comes

Sun., March 24, 12:30-4 p.m.
Crandell Theatre 48 Main Street, Chatham Chatham

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The festival shows films that focus on farms, farming, and farming issues from local and national filmmakers. Theme is “Food, Glorious Food.” Free admission with a cash donation (or nonperishable food item to the Chatham Silent Food Pantry). Reception follows at The People’s Pub, 36 Main Street, with local foods (complimentary) and cash bar. The annual event is cosponsored by the Crandell Theatre, Chatham Agricultural Partnership, and Columbia Land Conservancy. 518-929-4692

Brewing Beer with Matty Taormina

Sun., March 24, 1 p.m.
7 Mansion St 7 Mansion Street, Coxsackie Coxsackie

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Flower Arranging Workshop

Sun., March 24, 1 p.m.
Kalleco Nursery Corp. 801 Route 32, Tillson Tillson

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845.658.3553

Pets Alive Kids Team

Sun., March 24, 1-2:30 p.m.
Glen Arden 214 Harriman Dr, Goshen, New York 10924, Goshen Goshen

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Reading A Home for Sally and making toys for the dogs up for adoption at Pets Alive. All age groups welcome. No charge for attending, but you are encouraged to bring Pedigree canned or dry dog food or paper towels. 845-386-9738

Free Family Fun Day: Hudson Valley Bowling

Sun., March 24, 1-3 p.m.
Spins Bowl 1677 Route 9, Wappingers Falls Wappingers Falls


Come out and meet our community of families and spend the afternoon snacking, relaxing and bowling! This free event includes food, beverages, and shoe rental. Priority is given to adoptive and guardianship families. Foster families also welcome. Registration required. 646-688-4321

Ukelele Workshop

Sun., March 24, 2 p.m.
East Fishkill Community Library 348 Route 376, Hopewell Junction Hopewell Junction


Wendy Matthews, teacher and ukulele performer, will lead along with her partner, Greg. Wendy has been teaching uke to beginners and intermediates in groups or privately for several years. This fun and educational workshop is open for adults and children ages 10 and up. Ukuleles will be provided for to work with a group of 20, but it you happen to have your own uke, bring it along! (845) 226-2145

Painting the Light with Monet: Literature-Based Art Workshop with Jill Obrig

Sun., March 24, 2-4 p.m.
Gardiner Library 133 Farmer's Turnpike, Gardiner Gardiner


Grades 2-4. Pre-registration and payment due by Monday March 18. The art exploration will look at the art of Monet and teach how he saw the same scene, but at different times of day and year. After reading Goodbye Autumn, Hello Winter by Kenrad Pak, children will paint a scene created with different colors, using watercolors and crayons, and become Monet. (845) 255-1255

Family Sustainability Challenge

Sun., March 24, 2 p.m.
Starr Library 6417 Montgomery Street, Rhinebeck Rhinebeck


(845) 876-4030

Garfield Moore, Cellist

Sun., March 24, 2-3:30 p.m.
Bridge Street Theatre 44 West Bridge Street, Catskill Catskill

Buy Tickets$15/$10 for students 21 and under


Were you among those who had to be turned away at the door for classical cellist Garfield Moore’s last appearance at Bridge Street Theatre back in 2017? Don’t miss out this time! This virtuoso performer returns with pianist James Fitzwilliam for a recital of masterworks by Vivaldi, Handel, Beethoven, and Brahms. 518-943-3818

The General's Lady

Sun., March 24, 2 p.m.


Inspired by Martha Washington, this event pays tribute to both the impact of noteworthy historical women, and to contemporary women making a difference in the field of history and preservation in the Hudson Valley. Lisa A. Easton, AIA, Principal of Easton Architects, will be the Guest Speaker. Her topic is “Preserving the Peace of Washington’s Legacy: The Tower of Victory Restoration.” Also celebrated on this day is the 2019 Martha Washington Woman of History Award, which recognizes a woman’s outstanding contribution to Hudson Valley history. This year’s recipient is activist and preservationist, Mildred Starin, whose dedication to the Gomez Mill House resulted in placement on the National Register. (845) 562-1195

Key of Q Presents: Must-Sing TV! Theme Songs and Sing-Alongs

Sun., March 24, 2:30-4 p.m.


Key of Q, the Hudson Valley’s LGBTQ and Allied a Cappella Chorus presents: songs from TV! This light-hearted concert will feature theme songs from beloved television series spanning decades from the 1960s to the present day -- a cappella style! Will there be trivia involved? Quite possibly. Will we sing the theme song from what New York Magazine has called "The queerest animated show on TV"? You betcha. Part Two of this concert will be an audience sing-along, so come on and sing your hearts out! Admission is a suggested donation of $15. (845) 338-0331

Cuddle Party Workshop

Sun., March 24, 2:30 p.m.
658 County Road 6 High Falls, High Falls High Falls

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Capulli Mexican Dance Company

Sun., March 24, 2:30 p.m.


Puebla: The Story of Cinco de Mayo Join us for a showcase performance and post-show discussion about the history and background of this new and exciting production. (845) 757-5106 ext. 2 or 10

Kairos: A Consort of Singers

Sun., March 24, 3 p.m.
Holy Cross Monastery 1615 Route 9W, West Park West Park


Under the direction of Dr. Edward Lundergan, presents a concert of music by "The Killer Bs". he program is an appealing mix of famous, popular, and less well-known works by A-list composers whose names begin with the letter B. The music is drawn from colonial America, from Renaissance and twentieth-century England, and from nineteenth-century Germany and Austria. Composers on the program include Benjamin Britten, Johannes Brahms, and Anton Bruckner, with the English Renaissance represented by John Bennet and Thomas Bateson. (845) 384-6660

An Evening with C.S. Lewis

Sun., March 24, 3 p.m.
Troy Savings Bank Music Hall 30 2nd Street, Troy Troy


David will host a question and answer session with the audience immediately after the performance. The famous British author C.S. Lewis, played by British Actor David Payne, gives an intimate humor-laced talk about the events and people that shaped his life and writings. He speaks of childhood adventures, his lifelong friendship with J.R.R. Tolkien, his journey from atheism to Christianity, and more. (518) 273-8945

INNERrOUTe Performs

Sun., March 24, 3:30-5:30 p.m.
Tuscan Café 5 South Street, Warwick Warwick


INNERrOUTe, known for it’s completely improvised jazz performances, continues its local CD release tour with a stop at the Tuscan Cafe in Warwick NY on Sunday March 24 at 3:30pm. That show will feature legendary bass player Tony Marino, long time member of Dave Liebman’s fine groups. The band’s third CD “Wing Factory” features drummer Michael D'Agostino, trumpeter Rick Savage, keyboardist Joe Vincent Tranchina and bassist Bill McCrossen with a nod towards the blues and other universes. (845) 987-2050

Restorative Sound Bath with Shawn Feeney

Sun., March 24, 4-5:30 p.m.
Firefly Yoga & Juice Bar 997 Main Street, Fishkill Fishkill

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A deeply relaxing sonic experience, just after the spring equinox. Shawn uses the natural order in sound and music to help entrain organization and harmony to our internal worlds. Lie down and listen with your entire body to the resonant sounds of quartz and metal singing bowls, chimes, tuning forks, tank drums, and more. 845-896-2840

Music In The Stacks: Patrick Higgins

Sun., March 24, 4-5:30 p.m.
Hudson Area Library 51 N. 5th St, Hudson Hudson

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Hudson Area Library is pleased to announce Music in the Stacks, a series of free Sunday afternoon concerts featuring local and international artists throughout 2019 and hosted by Hudson area youth organizations. These concerts reflect a wide range of musical styles, genres, instruments and cultures – giving the community new musical experiences and opportunities for cultural exchange. The first concert will feature Patrick Higgins, a Hudson based experimental music composer, hosted by Operation Unite NY. Higgins has been described by The New Yorker magazine as one of the “prime movers of the local avant-garde”, and an “exacting avant-classical guitarist”. 518-828-1792

Elinor Lipman - "Good Riddance: A Novel"

Sun., March 24, 4 p.m.
Oblong Books & Music 6422 Montgomery Street, Rhinebeck Rhinebeck

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(845) 876-0500

Concerts in the Village: Stravinsky's Dramatic Masterpiece, The Soldier's Tale

Sun., March 24, 2-3:30 p.m.
Van Buren Hall 6 Chatham Street, Kinderhook Kinderhook

Buy Tickets$20/Students and children free

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(CITV) presents Igor Stravinsky’s dramatic masterpiece The Soldier’s Tale. The renowned Benjamin Luxon will narrate, joined by dancer Anni Crofut and the Broad Street Chamber Players. CITV Artistic Director David Smith will conduct. Benjamin Luxon, one of Great Britain's major international singers, appeared world-wide as a recital, concert and opera singer of striking musical and dramatic versatility. Luxon continues to conduct master classes, direct opera, and perform and record the spoken word. The essential, very virtuosic instrumental component of "The Soldier’s Tale" will be performed by the Broad Street Chamber Players, 518-758-6869

Mystifier and Magician Mike Super

Sun., March 24, 4:30 p.m.
Ridgefield Playhouse 80 East Ridge, Ridgefield Ridgefield


Super stuns audiences with his spectacular illusions, which defy gravity and control the elements. (203) 438-5795