Following the presentation, Moe will be available to sign copies of his book. Attendees can visit the Library’s new permanent exhibition until 10:00 p.m. -- free of charge -- after the program. This event is free and open to the public.
@ Henry A. Wallace Center at the FDR Presidential Library and Home
Heys’ talk is in conjunction with his UCONN show What’s In There? that features numerous sculpted objects on view in the university’s Whitson Gallery.
Also on view in the Brick Wall Exhibition Space are two series of black and white photographs that chronicle the making of two of his lathe-turned pieces that are included in the display of work in the Whitson Gallery. Heys will discuss his creative process, and how he became involved in making art after having a distinguished career in chemical and pharmaceutical research. Sponsored by the ARTS Project, the talk will be held in the Whitson Gallery, followed by a reception for the artist. The event is free and open to the public.
6 broadhead road, new paltz
200 fine artists and contemporary craftspeople will be showing and selling their one-of-a-kind and limited edition works.
Full details on the Hudson Valley Arts Festival as well as links to Artrider’s other events are available at www.artrider.com.
@ Community Hall in West Kill
The Genealogy Booth will feature the Bloodgood and Humphrey family histories. The Past Person of Interest is Levi Hill. Hanne Vorkapich will be at the One of a Kind Booth, Teri Ratel is Artist of the Month, and guest, Tom Delooza, will be giving a wet plate photography demonstration. The history of the Lexington Fire Company is impressive and this month will be featured at one of our booths. Susan Simpfenderfer will gladly take your stories at the StoryChive Stations.
Contact Karen Deeter, Lexington Town Historian, 518-989-6476 ext. 16
· Red Cross Blood Drive (9:00am – 1:00pm)
· Face painting
· Sand art for the kids
· Pumpkin painting
· “Guess the Candy Corn” contest
Ulster Savings Bank, Stone Ridge Branch
For more information, please contact Melissa Carlile, Stone Ridge Branch Manager, at (845) 687-7656, ext. 4601.
Twelve Moons Coffee House is held on the first Saturday of each month, from 7:00 to 10:00 pm at St. John's Church (back door entrance) 12 Main St., Salisbury. A free-will donation is requested to help cover expenses. The evening features live music, poetry readings, coffee, tea, snacks, social time with friends & more!
The format for the evening is to offer ‘Open Mic’ from 7 – 8:00 pm, the featuredperformer for a 60 - 75 minute set, and the remaining time as ‘Open Mic’ and ‘Song Share’. Those interested in playing music or reading poems, are welcome to sign up for ‘Open Mic’ at the door. Those interested in becoming a featured performer please contact: TwelveMoonsCoffee@gmail.com. More information at: tinyurl.com/12Moons
Mount Saint Mary College
330 Powell Ave, Newburgh, NY
Date : 8 October 2013 From : 6:00pm To : 7:30pm
The End the New Jim Crow Action Network! (ENJAN) is a Hudson Valley network dedicated to fighting racist policies of racial profiling, police brutality, and mass incarceration (the "new Jim Crow").
New Progressive Baptist Church
8 Hone St.
Kingston, NY 12401
Contact: 845-475-8781 or http://www.enjan.org
Registration is requested.
Please call the Library for further information or visit www.gunnlibrary.org
The Gunn Memorial Library & Museum is located at 5 Wykeham Road at Route 47 on the Green, in Washington, CT.