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Conscious Connection

Fri., Feb. 15, 6-8 p.m. and Fri., March 15, 6-8 p.m.
Lotus Yoga Loft 692 County Rd 1, Pine Island Pine Island

A free monthly networking event for people in the wellness business. Complimentary wine and cheese and a monthly speaker. (845) 987-4016

Sound Healing with Michelle Clifton

Fri., Feb. 15, 7-8 p.m. and Fri., March 15, 7-8 p.m.
Cold Spring Yoga Studio 75 Main Street, Cold Spring Cold Spring

Sound Healing is one blissful and nurturing evening with Sound Healer and Massage Therapist Michelle Clifton. Experience deep relaxation and well-being while Himalayan Singing Bowls, crystal bowls, chimes, tuning forks, and tingsha are played in the room retuning and balancing your own vibration and awakening your body’s innate healing powers. Please bring your yoga mat if you have one, if not, you are welcome to borrow one from the studio. Dress in comfortable clothing. (845) 265-4444

Singer-Songwriter Showcase

Third Friday of every month, 8 p.m.

Acoustic Music by three outstanding singer-songwriters and musicians at ASK GALLERY, 97 Broadway, Kingston 8-10:30 pm 845-338-0311

Job Search Help

Fridays, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Continues through March 29
Hudson Area Library 51 N. 5th St, Hudson Hudson

One-on-one appointments with a Certified Career Services Provider, trained as a career coach through the National Career Development Association, to work on resumes, interview skills, online job applications, and find the right market for particular job skills. Access to job search resources online. Job hunters should have basic computer skills and bring a copy of their resume if they have one. (518) 828-1792

Brian Rego: Tiny Mirrors

Through Jan. 27, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
John Davis Gallery 362 1/2 Warren Street, Hudson Hudson

Exhibition of paintings by Brian Rego in the Main Galleries. (518) 828-5907

Indoor|Outdoor Yoga on Weekdays

Mondays-Fridays, 12-1:15 p.m. Continues through May 1
The Inn and Spa at Beacon 151 Main St, Beacon Beacon

(845) 205-2900

Angela Fraleigh: Shadows Searching for Light

Through Feb. 17, 12-5 p.m.
Edward Hopper House Art Center 82 N. Broadway, Nyack Nyack

Inspired by the paintings of Edward Hopper and his relationship with his wife, Josephine (Jo) Nivison Hopper. (845) 358-0774

Advanced Stage Women’s Cancers Support Group

Third Friday of every month, 12:30-2 p.m. Continues through Dec. 20
Support Connection 40 Triangle Center, Suite 100, Yorktown Heights Yorktown

Support Connection, Inc., a not-for-profit organization that provides free, confidential support services for people affected by breast and ovarian cancer, offers an Advanced Stage Women’s Cancers Support Group on the 3rd Friday of each month at the Support Connection office, Yorktown Heights, NY. Open to women with breast, ovarian, or gynecological cancer. Join other women who are also living with recurrent, advanced stage or metastatic cancer. Share information resources and support. Registration required. (914) 962-6402

Baby Massage Workshop For Dads

Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Sundays, 1-3 p.m. Continues through Feb. 20
Center for Therapeutic Massage 96 Plains Road, New Paltz New Paltz

This Dad's Workshop would bring the babies and their Dads together. This is an opportunity to spend quality one-on-time with your babies that you rarely get. This workshop will also allow fathers to learn about flexibility and stress relieving massage techniques for their own. This event would teach Dads relaxing and playful moves that would in the development and strength of the baby. These techniques are specifically used to relieve ailment like constipation and wind. The event is being held with the co-operation of Kahuna massage chairs. (617) 512-9501

Death is Irrelevant: Selections from the Marc and Livia Straus Collection, 1975–2018

Fridays-Sundays. Continues through Aug. 2
Hudson Valley MOCA 1701 Main Street, Peekskill Peekskill

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Like Prometheus, who shaped men out of mud, and Athena, who breathed life into these figures, do sculptures created in our image suggest a will to exist? Are they a form of self-preservation, a reflection of their creator’s environment, or a grasp at immortality? Death Is Irrelevant examines these questions through the presentation of figurative sculpture from the Marc and Livia Straus Collection. Featuring works created over a forty-year period (1975–2018) from seventeen different countries, it is a contemporary examination of our timeless inclination to recreate ourselves, explore fragility and mortality, and consider what it means to be alive. (914) 788-0100

3rd Fridays Swing Dance

Third Friday of every month. Continues through May 30
Unison 68 Mountain Rest Road, New Paltz New Paltz

6:30PM–8PM: lessons with Emily Vanston; 6:30–7:30pm: intermediate lessons $10; 7:30–8 free beginner lesson; 8PM–10PM swing dance party with music by Heart Strings Hot Club. (845) 255-1559

Death is Black and White

Fridays-Sundays. Continues through Jan. 20
Hudson Valley MOCA 1701 Main Street, Peekskill Peekskill

Selections from the Marc and Livia Straus Family Collection. Curated by Sarena Straus. A selection of stark monochromatic photography and video art. The exhibition takes a focused look at how the examination of mortality illuminates what it means to be alive. (914) 788-0100

Brick by Brick: The Erie Canal & the Building Boom

Tuesdays-Saturdays. Continues through Jan. 19
ArtsWestchester Gallery 31 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains White Plains

This exhibition, featuring contemporary art by 12 artists, is inspired by the shared story of the Erie Canal, Hudson Valley brickyards and the families who ran them. Powerful, large-scale installations and commissioned photographs are presented alongside historical materials and personal narratives related to the once vital brick industry. (914) 428-4220

Brick by Brick: The Erie Canal & The Building Boom

Through Jan. 19
ArtsWestchester Gallery 31 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains White Plains

ArtsWestchester presents a contemporary art exhibition inspired by the shared story of the Erie Canal and the Hudson Valley Brickyards. Powerful, large-scale installations and photographs commissioned for the show are on view. (914) 421-4220

Objects Like Us

Through Jan. 20

A group exhibition featuring more than seventy tabletop .art objects by fifty-six artists (203) 438-4519

Relief: Lisa Breznak

Through Jan. 20
Argazzi Art 22 Millerton Road, Lakeville Lakeville

Scott Benedict: Kahnscious

Through Jan. 20
Hudson Hall 327 Warren Street, Hudson Hudson

Architect and photographer Scott Benedict takes viewers through a journey across twenty-six of the renowned architect Louis I. Kahn’s private and public creations. Going beyond documentary, Kahnscious is the culmination of an eight-year odyssey in which Benedict shares his progression through inspiration, delusion, exhaustion, and exhilaration at his attempt to express the immaterial aspects of Louis I. Kahn’s architecture and the challenges of then photographing it. (518) 822-1438

Winter Blues

Through Jan. 26
Queen City 15 317 Main Street, Poughkeepsie Poughkeepsie

Exhibition featuring our exceptional artists working in varied media to produce phenomenal works of art. The selected works by these accomplished artists is an art lover’s dream. Included in the exhibition are William Noonan, Carl Grauer, Anita Fina Kiewra, Suprina, and Carolyn Edlund.

Tiny Mirrors: Paintings by Brian Rego

Through Jan. 27
John Davis Gallery 362 1/2 Warren Street, Hudson Hudson

Plausible Landmarks

Through Jan. 27
The Bakery 13a North Front Street, New Paltz New Paltz

This collection of acrylic landscapes looks at familiar sights in New Paltz, exploring how images can shape our sense of home. The works in the show are by Peter Fairweather, a lifelong resident of New Paltz, who gained a “truck’s eye view” of New Paltz’s changing landscape while growing up working in his father’s electrical contracting business. Artist proceeds are being donated the Hudson Valley Foodbank. (845) 255-8840

Holiday Salon: A Group Show

Through Jan. 28
Mark Gruber Gallery 17 New Paltz Plaza, New Paltz New Paltz

Featuring over 20 artists and artisans. (845) 255-1241

The Luminous Landscape 2018: 21st Annual National Invitational

Through Jan. 31
Albert Shahinian Fine Art Gallery 22 East Market Street, Rhinebeck Rhinebeck

Featuring Karl Dempwolf, James Coe, Crista Pisano, James Ransome, Christie Scheele. (845) 876-7578

Brighid Graves Art Exhibit

Through Jan. 31
East Fishkill Community Library 348 Route 376, Hopewell Junction Hopewell Junction

Brighid Graves is a Bennington, VT-based scrap wood artist. Her wood wall quilts and abstract wood mosaics capture both a rustic and a modern sensibility. She plays with shape and texture through her choice of materials. (845) 221-9943

Inner Visions

Through Jan. 31
Betsy Jacaruso Studio & Gallery 43 East Market Street, Rhinebeck Rhinebeck

An exhibition of new watercolors by Betsy Jacaruso. (845) 516-4435

Cape Moods – Woodstock Vibes

Through Jan. 31
James Cox Gallery 4666 Route 212, Willow Willow

An exhibit of paintings by Hudson Valley artist Mary Anna Goetz featuring paintings of two historic art colonies – Provincetown and Woodstock. (845) 679-7608

Focus and Light

Through Jan. 31
Gardiner Library 133 Farmer's Turnpike, Gardiner Gardiner

Works by Mohonk Preserve Volunteer Photographers. (845) 255-1255