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Calendar of Events

Welcome to the Historic Hudson River Towns Events Calendar! Organizations in communities located along the Hudson River from Yonkers to Albany are welcome to post events here free of charge. Events must be open to the public, with or without admission fees. Historic Hudson River Towns reserves the right to reject any event that is considered inappropriate for any reason. Please allow up to 24 hours after submission for event to be listed.

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Nyack Indoor Farmer's Market

Wed, 11/30/2016 - 8:00am - Thu, 03/30/2017 - 2:00pm

There’s no need for devotees of fresh food and produce, baked delicacies, savory spreads and sweet “somethings” to hibernate this winter. It’s time for community, food and fun to move indoors once again for Nyack’s Annual Winter Farmers’ Market Indoors at the Nyack Center.

“The SOUK” Indoor Winter Epicurean Farm Market

Historic Hudson River Towns Event
Sun, 01/08/2017 - 11:00am - Sun, 04/09/2017 - 3:01pm

SUNDAYS, January 8th thru April 9th 2017; 11 AM to 3 PM. An indoor epicurean upmarket from farm fare to fresh baked, traditional to exotic, and savory to indulgent, served in the lively communal tradition of the ancient markets curated to transport you into the throes of delight. Come escape the winter’s cold into a rich sensual oasis perfumed with spices, rich oils and artisan cheeses mingling into the smoky air with the irresistible aromatic mixtures from cauldrons of steamy simmering soups, roasted meats and fresh baked pies prepared to eat here or to take away.

Fragments of Imagination: A Vignette of Repsychling

Sun, 02/19/2017 (All day) - Sun, 04/23/2017 (All day)

Contributing artists Mark Khaisman, Will Kurtz, Sui Park, and Federico Uribe are known for their imaginative use of repetition, recycling, and repurposing. Numeracy and materials are recurring themes throughout Fragments of Imagination: A Vignette of Repsychling. This is the fourth stop of Repsychling, the third major exhibition of An Inclusive World Project from COPE NYC, on view February 19 – April 23, 2017. Repsychling, curated by Vida Sabbaghi, introduces artists who explore unusual materials in their art. The use of materials by the artists demonstrates how the medium itself can extend and reinvigorate the subject matter in ways that allow for a deeper understanding. The medium enables the artists to take their creativity to a higher level.

Activism in Art: Art Changes Things

Sun, 02/19/2017 (All day) - Sun, 04/23/2017 (All day)

This exhibit is pertinent at this time in history and follows in the footsteps of our founders who were important activists in their time. Artists are the observers of our society and view it as their duty to bring issues to the public in visual context easier to contemplate. The artists in this exhibit respond to social injustice, environmental issues, and our food supply while using their art as a weapon to bring to the forefront issues they’re most passionate about, bringing about community healing and change. Artists exhibiting are: Vera Aronow, Michael Fischerkeller, Simone Kestelman, Lisa Levart, Francesco Mastalia, Wilfredo Morel, Jessica Putnam Phillips, Loren Schwerd and Marisa Silverstein. Art Changes Things looks at art that transcends boundaries.

WCT presents "Lot's Wife" a new play by Albi Gorn

Historic Hudson River Towns Event
Fri, 03/03/2017 - 8:00pm - Sat, 03/25/2017 - 10:30pm

The Westchester Collaborative Theater (WCT) Performance Space Opens Its Doors with the World Premiere of Lot’s Wife by Albi Gorn A stirring new play tells the saga of one family’s struggle to find salvation in a world rife with hate. Opening night March 3; weekends through March 25 Ossining, NY – On Friday, March 3, the Westchester Collaborative Theater’s new WCT Performance Space will open its doors for the first time with the world premiere of Lot’s Wife, a provocative new play by award-winning playwright Albi Gorn. The inaugural production in WCT’s newly acquired and renovated space at 23 Water Street in Ossining, the play retells the biblical saga of Lot, his family and their struggle to save Sodom by finding ten devout souls who will prevent God’s wrath from destroying the city.

First Saturday Opening Reception @ Arts Society of Kingston (ASK)

First Saturday Opening Reception @ Arts Society of Kingston (ASK)
Sat, 03/04/2017 - 5:00pm - Sat, 03/25/2017 - 6:00pm

First Saturday Opening Reception: March 4th, 5-8 pm On view March 4-25, Tuesday-Saturday, 1-6 pm www.facebook.com/events/328581967537160 Spotlight Exhibition Marty Carey - Impermanence: 100 Views of Cooper Lake "Impermanence is a basic fact of existence. I use color and simplified forms to create a landscape space. I have always loved nature, to be in it and to draw and paint it. I started doing paintings of Cooper Lake in Lake Hill, NY, in the Catskills in 1969. The first paintings focused on solid forms, usually trees. In the last few years years I began painting the essence of nature-change. An ever changing ever moving process. I saw that nothing was static or stable. The lake was impermanent, fleeting, transient.

Hadza: The Roots of Equality Documentary Exhibition

Hadza: The Roots of Equality Documentary Exhibition in Newburgh, NY
Fri, 03/24/2017 - 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Opening reception March 25th, 6:30 to 8:30 pm. Wine and refreshments will be served, as part of Newburgh’s Last Saturday events. Closing reception April 21st, 6:30 pm. An evening of talks to on egalitarian social organization and a screening of the documentary The Hadza: Last of the First to coincide with Earth Day. Award-winning documentarians and academics Jon Cox, Katrin Redfern, and Andew Stern, in partnership with the Gallery at Atlas Industries have produced a multimedia exhibition documenting the Hadza tribe. The exhibit will present Hadza daily life, culture, and expertise through photography, an immersive soundscape, text and artifacts – including a traditional Hadza grass hut.

Ralphie May at the Paramount Hudson Valley

Historic Hudson River Towns Event
Fri, 03/24/2017 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm

He’s been on the comedy scene for over 25 years, he was runner-up on the hit TV show “Last Comic Standing,” and he is coming to The Paramount! Funny man, Ralphie May will perform his stand up act on March 24, 2017! The Tennessee native currently has his own Netflix production called Unruly, which he describes as, “the biggest launch in Netflix history. The wave for “House of Cards” is tsunami and I’m the fat guy trying to body surf.” May began his professional comedic career at 17 when he opened for his idol and mentor, Sam Kinison. He’s best known for his unfiltered, unadultered and uncensored jokes that are realistically understandable, but are hysterically funny.

Teatown Nature Program: Bluebirds of Cliffdale Farm

Historic Hudson River Towns Event
Sat, 03/25/2017 - 9:00am - 10:30am

What better way to greet spring than by walking the fields of Cliffdale Farm in search of early spring migrants including nesting bluebirds. For everyone. Free. Programs require pre-registration. To register, visit teatown.eventbrite.com or call 914-762-2912 x 110.

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