Results for Category: Past Calendar Events

Handmade Holiday 2018: Craft As Gift Show

Holiday gift shoppers and art lovers “go local” at this high quality sale that features jewelry, handmade apparel, quilts, children’s toys, cutting boards, baskets, ceramics, tin sconces, paper crafts, birdhouses, soaps and lotions, holiday ornaments and an array of delectable edibles made by dozens of Columbia, Ulster, and Berkshire area artisans. See the full list …Continue Reading

Kids Need Music Benefit Concert 2018

Internationally acclaimed guitarist, Maria Zemantauski, presents a program of classics and stunning originals. Embracing the classical and flamenco repertoire for her foundation, she takes her audience on a musical journey inspired by her flair for experimentation and pure love of the instrument. Join us for an evening of passion, fire and grace. Purchase tickets now.

Maureen Kelley Stewart

Maureen Kelley Stewart, Tom Stewart & Don Rebic present an overview of the works of legendary 20th Century American composer Jule Styne from his distinguished career writing for Hollywood films, Broadway theater and his hugely popular Great American Songbook hits. He wrote hit songs for Frank Sinatra, Carol Channing,  Ethel Merman, Doris Day,Judy Holliday, Barbra …Continue Reading

The NICK GALA

Join us for an evening that is sure to be legendary, as we celebrate the one and only community legend that is Nick Van Alstine! With your help, we will honor Nick’s continuing leadership and raise funds for the ongoing restoration of our historic landmark building at the same time! Click here for more info.

Fifth Annual Juried Show

Opening reception: Sunday, October 7, 3:00-5:00pm 43 artists, presenting work in a range of mediums including ceramic, woodcut, oil, acrylic, pen and ink, silk-screen, and a silverpoint drawing. All works are for sale. See the article on IMBY for more info.

The History of Austerlitz, The Book & The Movie

The Book: Tom Moreland, Town Historian, author of The Old Houses of Austerlitz: A history of the Austerlitz area from 1750 to the present. The Film: Spencertown Academy: Keeping our History Alive. A short documentary, produced and directed by Monk Shayne-Lydon.

Thirteenth Annual Festival of Books

The annual extravaganza of all things literary, takes place over Labor Day weekend. The event features a giant used book sale, two days of readings and book signings by nationally known and local authors, a children’s program, and the Cookbook Café, serving fruit, snacks, home-baked goodies, and our famous no-alarm vegetarian chili. New this year, …Continue Reading

Call for Entries – Juried Regional Show

Show to be held October 6-28, 2018 Theme: Light + Shadow. The artist’s eye, perceptions and choices. For more information.