Aug
16
to Aug 19

"The Complete History Of Comedy (Abridged)"

Join Penguin Rep Theatre for a rollicking review of comedy through the ages -- from the high-brow to the low, from cavemen telling "Rock Rock" jokes to Chris Rock and everything in between. A trio of comic actors leave no joke untold as they attempt to save the world through laughter. Click HERE for tickets. 

Showtimes:

Thursday 7:30PM

Friday 8:00PM

Saturday 4:00PM and 8:00PM

Sunday 2:00 PM

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Aug
16
to Aug 19

7th Annual Nyack Film Festival

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7th Annual Nyack Film Festival Summer 2018 schedule of films submitted to this years open call. Click HERE for tickets.

Thursday, August 16th
7:30 pm Short Short - Operation Spydom
7:34 pm Short Short - Last Night Stand
7:36 pm Short Short - All About Rita
7:40 pm Short Short - Taken In The Night
7:45 pm Short - Writing on the Wall
8:00 pm Short Feature - Bender
8:15 pm Short - Three’s a Crowd
8:21 pm Attack of The Killer Chickens
8:23 pm Short Feature - The Weeds and the Weights
8:40 pm Feature - Running Through Darkness
Followed by a Q&A with Director

Friday, August 17th
7:00 pm Feature - Two Schools in Hillburn
8:00 pm Short - Girlfriend’s Past
8:10 pm Short - Writing on the Wall
8:20 pm Short Short - David and Goliath
8:25 pm Short Feature - Man From Mars
8:30 pm Short short - This Bitter Earth
8:35 pm Short Short - Taken In The Night
8:40 pm Short Short - Throw You Out
8:45 pm Short Feature - Proceed With Caution
9:15 pm Feature - Asburied in Time

Saturday, August 18th
7:00 pm - Piermont’s Paper Mill / Stories from the Factory
7:20 pm Sohrab’s Death Behind the Scenes
7:21 pm Short - Due Day
7:30 pm Short - Bender
7:42 pm Short - Ad Hominem
7:50pm Short short - TheNerdyDuo
8:00 pm Short Feature - U Street Contested
8:40 pm Feature - Running Through Darkness
Followed by Q&A with Director
10:20 pm Short Feature - The Weeds and the Weights

Sunday, August 19th
2:00 pm Feature - Two Schools in Hillburn
3:00 pm Piermont’s Paper Mill / Stories from the Factory
3:30 pm Short Feature - U Street Contested
4:00 pm Short - Writing on the Wall
4:10 pm Short Feature - Proceed With Caution.
4:40 pm Running Through Darkness Feature
6:20 pm Feature - Asburied in Time
8:00 pm Short feature - Dublin, Belarus
 


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Aug
16
to Aug 19

"Souvenir" Performance

A comedy by Stephen Temperley "What matters most is the music you hear in your head," said Florence Foster Jenkins, a wealthy socialite and real-life figure who became famous for her singing. Told affectionately through the eyes of her longtime accompanist Cosme McMoon, Souvenir is a comedy with big laughs -- and an even bigger heart -- about the phenomenon of celebrity, the indomitability of the human spirit, and the enduring value of friendship. "A love letter of a play" - The New York Times. Click HERE for more information

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Aug
18
2:00 PM14:00

"The Broken Window" Reading

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A reading of The Broken Window by Bea Pohl using the true events surrounding the survival of an African American woman's family. 

A story that follows the life of Georgia Lee McClendon, a poor sharecropper’s daughter, as she tries to survive and to find a way to repair what was broken by America’s racism, bigotry and hatred. Click HERE for more inormation. 

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Aug
18
6:00 PM18:00

Opening Reception for Equivalence: The Art of the Photograph

Alfred Stieglitz entitled his series of cloud pictures Equivalents, to illustrate how the shapes of clouds represented the internal beliefs, feelings and thoughts of the artist as well as the viewer. It is with this concept of equivalence in mind, that NY Metro/Hudson Valley photographers Lori Adams, Patrick Cicalo, Larry Davis, Cali Gorevic, Jane Soodalter and Joseph Squillante, invite you to look deeply into their images and see beyond what is printed on paper. Click HERE for the galley website. 

 

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Aug
19
7:00 PM19:00

Patti Issues & Bad With Money

It's Broadway diva Patti Lupone to the rescue of a young boy with a chaotic family life in "Patti Issues," a tender and funny coming-of-age story. In "Bad With Money," Rimalower charts his oft-times hilarious struggle to overcome his problems -- or get rich trying. Click HERE for more information. 

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Aug
23
to Aug 26

"The Complete History of Comedy (Abridged)"

Join Penguin Rep Theatre for a rollicking review of comedy through the ages -- from the high-brow to the low, from cavemen telling "Rock Rock" jokes to Chris Rock and everything in between. A trio of comic actors leave no joke untold as they attempt to save the world through laughter. Click HERE for tickets. 

Showtimes:

Thursday 7:30PM

Friday 8:00PM

Saturday 4:00PM and 8:00PM

Sunday 2:00 PM

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Aug
23
to Aug 26

"Souvenir" Performance

A comedy by Stephen Temperley "What matters most is the music you hear in your head," said Florence Foster Jenkins, a wealthy socialite and real-life figure who became famous for her singing. Told affectionately through the eyes of her longtime accompanist Cosme McMoon, Souvenir is a comedy with big laughs -- and an even bigger heart -- about the phenomenon of celebrity, the indomitability of the human spirit, and the enduring value of friendship. "A love letter of a play" - The New York Times. Click HERE for more information

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Aug
30
to Sep 2

"The Complete History of Comedy (Abridged)"

Join Penguin Rep Theatre for a rollicking review of comedy through the ages -- from the high-brow to the low, from cavemen telling "Rock Rock" jokes to Chris Rock and everything in between. A trio of comic actors leave no joke untold as they attempt to save the world through laughter. Click HERE for tickets. 

Showtimes:

Thursday 7:30PM

Friday 8:00PM

Saturday 4:00PM and 8:00PM

Sunday 2:00 PM

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Aug
30
to Sep 2

"Souvenir" Performance

A comedy by Stephen Temperley "What matters most is the music you hear in your head," said Florence Foster Jenkins, a wealthy socialite and real-life figure who became famous for her singing. Told affectionately through the eyes of her longtime accompanist Cosme McMoon, Souvenir is a comedy with big laughs -- and an even bigger heart -- about the phenomenon of celebrity, the indomitability of the human spirit, and the enduring value of friendship. "A love letter of a play" - The New York Times. Click HERE for more information

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Sep
1
6:00 PM18:00

Meet the Artists of Equivalence: The Art of the Photograph

Alfred Stieglitz entitled his series of cloud pictures Equivalents, to illustrate how the shapes of clouds represented the internal beliefs, feelings and thoughts of the artist as well as the viewer. It is with this concept of equivalence in mind, that NY Metro/Hudson Valley photographers Lori Adams, Patrick Cicalo, Larry Davis, Cali Gorevic, Jane Soodalter and Joseph Squillante, invite you to look deeply into their images and see beyond what is printed on paper. Click HERE for the gallery website. 

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Sep
7
7:00 PM19:00

Concert of Spoken Words: Tony Howarth, Wayne Miller

Tony Howarth, a playwright, director, former journalist, retired in 1991 after 28 years as a high school teacher of English and theatre at Woodlands High School in Westchester.  He began writing poetry in 2009 after a visit to William Wordworth's Dove Cottage, in England's Lake District..  Much of his poetry focuses on the pleasures and perplexities of growing old. 

Wayne L. Miller is a writer and poet from Northern New Jersey. His work has been published in Arc Poetry Magazine, The Paterson Literary Review, LIPS, Turtle Island Quarterly, and various other journals and anthologies. Cilck HERE for more information

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Sep
7
8:00 PM20:00

Movie Under The Stars: Coco

Presented by the Village of Nyack with Rivertwon Film watch Coco at Dusk at the Veterans Park in Nyack. A Mexico-set adventure that bubbles with wit and daring. Effortlessly gliding between kid-friendly spectacle and heart-tugging emotion by way of surrealist touches and a hilariously specific recurring joke... Coco is a goofy joy from start to finish. – Phil de Semlyen, Time Out. Click HERE for more information. 

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Sep
8
to Sep 9

9th Annual Highlands Bluegrass Festival & Craft Fair

The Highlands Bluegrass Festival & Craft Fair is now a two-day event!

Day 1 is a village-wide block party featuring bluegrass bands, artisans and food trucks from throughout the region.

Day-2 the festival moves exclusively to the festival stage on the Great Lawn of Harmony Hall for this year's featured bluegrass bands, fabulous crafts and food, and an opportunity to tour historic Harmony Hall. As always, this is a free festival, but donations supporting the restoration of Harmony Hall are accepted and appreciated.  

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Sep
8
to Sep 23

Excavated Fragments

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Suzanna Frosch started off as a fiber artist focused on the architectonic elements of woven cloth.  She pursued a career as a textile designer, working for such notable firms as Brunschwig & Fils, Calvin Klein and Donna Karan.   In her collage, photography and sculptural work, one can see the apparent patterns, layers and textures of a weaver while still creating space and depth.  In Excavated Fragments she builds surfaces suggestive of nature’s inherent symmetry, awkward incongruities and precarious balances.    Exhibit Opening - Sept. 8, 1-4 pm.

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Sep
8
to Sep 23

Contemporary Rockland Artists: RoCA Faculty Exhibit

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“Contemporary Rockland Artists: RoCA Faculty Exhibit”, will kick off its fall season of exhibits in the Emerson Gallery, celebrating the present vision of the teaching artists at RoCA. 

We invite you join us for an artists Opening Reception on Saturday, September 8th, 1:00-4:00pm.

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Sep
8
to Sep 23

Earth & Sky

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Earth & Sky, works by Nyack resident Mark Attebery, features forged metal sculptures that capture a sense of natural, organic flow.  Although essentially abstract, the aim is to depict dynamic processes observed in astronomy and the earth sciences.  These sculptures are expressions of elemental forces with personal gestures reflecting the beauty and grace in our natural world.   Exhibit Opening Sept. 8, 1-4pm.

 

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Sep
8
6:30 PM18:30

Mario the Magician Performance

Rockland Center for the Arts is proud to present an evening of Magic with legendary Mario the Magician on Saturday, September 8, at 6:30pm. As seen on Sesame Street and Sprout, Mario the Maker Magician is known for his DIY robotic creations, handmade props, and signature slapstick character. He has been touted “the best kids magician in the world!!” by David Blaine and was the opening act for the most recent David Blaine live tour. Click HERE for more information. 

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Sep
8
6:30 PM18:30

Mario the Magician

Tickets: $15 per person

Rockland Center for the Arts is proud to present an evening of Magic with legendary Mario the Magician on Saturday, September 8, at 6:30pm.  As seen on Sesame Street and Sprout, Mario the Maker Magician is known for his DIY robotic creations, handmade props, and signature slapstick character.

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Sep
9
1:00 PM13:00

Women of the Ramapough Lenape Nation Opening Reception

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Women of the Ramapough Lenape Nation, an art exhibition by Lisa Levart, opens September 5th at the Historical Society of Rockland County in New City. This exhibition is the culmination of an eighteen-month, creative collaboration between the artist and women from the Ramapough Lenape Nation. Using re-remembered Lenape stories as a foundation, artist Lisa Levart uses a technique of collaging image layers - metal, wood, water and concrete - into the portraits and then individually hand painting them with an encaustic medium of Beeswax and Damar Resin. Click HERE for the facebook event page. 

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Sep
15
to Sep 16

Woody Sez: The Life & Music of Woody Guthrie

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The joyful, touching, and tumultuous tale of "America's greatest folk poet" is told using Guthrie's own words and his songs, including "This Land is Your Land" and "This Train in Bound for Glory." Four actors sing and play two dozen acoustic instruments in this celebration of one of the greats of American music. Click HERE for more information. 

Saturday, Sept. 15th at 8:00 PM and Sunday, Sept 16 at 2:00 PM 

 

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Sep
16
1:00 PM13:00

Piermont's Art in the Park

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Piermont's annual Art Festival, Art in the Park, is the only art festival free to artists. Artists are welcome to apply. CLICK HERE to apply for a space. This outdoor art festival was conceived by the Piermont Straus Foundation and the Piermont Chamber of Commerce with the aim to offer artists an event free of charge where they can show and sell their work and engage the public by offering workshops. This event, now in its fifth year, brings the community together and offer visitors a chance to meet the wide range of artists in our area. Sponsors include Rockland Tourism and NYSCA

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Sep
18
5:00 PM17:00

Dreamscapes: Photographs By Qi Zhao

Opening Reception: Thursday, July 19, 2018, 5 - 8 PM

Qi Zhao is an artist that discovered her artistic gift through her life long pursuit for peace. Through her lens, she has captured the world through a dream. Qi Zhao is an arts with insight, passion and a unique perspective. As one explores her pictures, one begins to truly appreciate her use of colors, compositions and the wave of calm and peace that washes over her audience.

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Sep
19
7:00 PM19:00

The Power of Presence: Q&A with Joy Thomas Moore & Una McHugh

In The Power Of Presence, Moore explores seven pillars of presence--heart, faith, mind, courage, financial freedom, values, and connectedness--that all parents can use to positively influence their children. Using compelling stories from women who have been there and practical advice on everything from savings accounts to mindfulness, this book is a compassionate look at what it takes to raise great kids even in less than ideal circumstances. Click HERE for more information. 
 

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Sep
20
6:00 PM18:00

Milton Glaser: Landscape Prints Opening Reception

Edward Hopper House is pleased to present an exhibition of work by renowned graphic designer, Milton Glaser (b. 1929) in the fall of 2018. Glaser’s iconic designs include the “I Love NY” logo, the psychedelic poster for Bob Dylan’s Greatest Hits album, and the Brooklyn Brewery logo. This reception is Member's Only. The show will be open to the public from September 7th to November 4th. Click HERE for more information. 

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Sep
21
to Sep 23

"After"

In this timely new play, the playwright who brought us "Daniel's Husband" examines parenting, bullying and the fallout from a school incident. Provocative and moving, the play follows the journey of two families, before and after, as they pick up the pieces once the news cameras have gone home. Winner of the Carbonell Award for Best Play. New York premiere. Click HERE for tickets. 

Showtimes:

Friday 8:00PM

Saturday 4:00PM and 8:00PM

Sunday 2:00 PM

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Sep
22
4:00 PM16:00

3rd Annual Full Moon Party

Tickets:  $60 per person

Rockland Center for the Arts will hold its 3rd Annual Full Moon Party, Saturday, September 22nd, on the beautiful grounds of The Catherine Konner Sculpture Park.  Festivities this year will include music and dancing with Used Karmas, 4:00-5:00pm and The Old No. 7 Band, 6:30-8:00pm, a BBQ Dinner & Drinks, a Silent Auction of Fine Wines & Art and more. 

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Sep
22
7:30 PM19:30

Brick Alley Block Party

Garner Arts Centers hosts Brick Alley Block Party This season-opening event is a wild night of lights, music, performance art, DJs, food trucks, drinks & more! All under a star lit Fall sky in our beautiful Brick Alley. This year's event celebrates East Village Performance Art and its origins at the famous PS 122. Curated by Charles Dennis. Click HERE for more information. 

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Sep
23
2:00 PM14:00

Piermont Reads: Talk by Dr. Cara Stepanian

Thomas Berger’s 1980 novel Neighbors is a dark social commentary on suburban life, in which reality clashes with perception. Heralded as a suburban classic alongside such giants as Updike (Run Rabbit Run) and Yates (Revolutionary Road), this novel whose pages span just 24 hours, take its readers on a wild and warped ride. This talk will examine Berger’s life and his time in Piermont, while placing Neighbors in context of both time and place – evaluating its relevance today and its place in a modern canon of social reflection. Click HERE for more information. 

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Sep
23
6:30 PM18:30

Mario the Magician - Live @ RoCA

Tickets: $15 per person

Rockland Center for the Arts is proud to present an evening of Magic with legendary Mario the Magician on Saturday, September 8, at 6:30pm.  As seen on Sesame Street and Sprout, Mario the Maker Magician is known for his DIY robotic creations, handmade props, and signature slapstick character.

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Sep
27
to Sep 30

"After"

In this timely new play, the playwright who brought us "Daniel's Husband" examines parenting, bullying and the fallout from a school incident. Provocative and moving, the play follows the journey of two families, before and after, as they pick up the pieces once the news cameras have gone home. Winner of the Carbonell Award for Best Play. New York premiere. Click HERE for tickets. 

Showtimes:

Thursday 7:30PM

Friday 8:00PM

Saturday 4:00PM and 8:00PM

Sunday 2:00 PM

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Oct
4
to Oct 7

"After"

In this timely new play, the playwright who brought us "Daniel's Husband" examines parenting, bullying and the fallout from a school incident. Provocative and moving, the play follows the journey of two families, before and after, as they pick up the pieces once the news cameras have gone home. Winner of the Carbonell Award for Best Play. New York premiere. Click HERE for tickets.

Showtimes:

Thursday 7:30PM

Friday 8:00PM

Saturday 4:00PM and 8:00PM

Sunday 2:00 PM

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Oct
6
7:00 PM19:00

Golden Age of Hollywood Gala

Indulge yourself in an elegant, sophisticated evening at the First Lady of American Theater’s former Hudson River estate, Pretty Penny, where Marilyn Monroe, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Madonna and many other celebrities were entertained and Edward Hopper painted. Benefit to support Art Programs in Public Schools & Edward Hopper House Museum & Study Center. Sponsored by Ellis Sotheby’s International Realty. Click HERE for more information. 
 

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Oct
7
to Nov 25

Crossing Boundaries: Material as Message

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Opening at Rockland Center for the Arts this October, Crossing Boundaries prioritizes social justice, solidarity, feminism and environmental issues while striving to encourage people be a part of the solution.   This exhibit exemplifies the role five individual voices can have on the world and the enormous power of art to break through barriers, convey a message and empower.

Crossing Boundaries  features five artists in the mediums of Glass, Ceramic, Metal, Wood, and Fiber; Nancy Azara, Mitch Lewis, Joyce Scott, Adrienne Sloane and Kebedech Tekleab.

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Oct
8
8:00 PM20:00

A Benefit Night with Lewis Black in conversation with Elliott Forrest

ArtsRock and Penguin Rep Theatre present a Benefit Night with Lewis Black in conversation with Elliott Forrest. Lewis Black, America's angriest funnyman returns to Nyack for an intimate (probably rant filled) evening of conversation and laughs. . Mr. Black will be interviewed by Elliott Forrest, WQXR Radio Personality and ArtsRock's Executive Director. Click HERE for more information and tickets. 

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Oct
11
to Oct 14

"After"

In this timely new play, the playwright who brought us "Daniel's Husband" examines parenting, bullying and the fallout from a school incident. Provocative and moving, the play follows the journey of two families, before and after, as they pick up the pieces once the news cameras have gone home. Winner of the Carbonell Award for Best Play. New York premiere. Click HERE for tickets. 

Showtimes:

Thursday 7:30PM

Friday 8:00PM

Saturday 4:00PM and 8:00PM

Sunday 2:00 PM

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Oct
13
to Nov 25

A Children's America

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Rockland Center for the Arts will present an exhibition of  A Children’s America.  The overarching theme of “America” will include books about presidents, American values, and even American folk tales and heroes.  The exhibit will feature some of America’s acclaimed Children’s Book illustrators.   It will have a multi-ethnic group of artists and the artwork will offer a diverse and rich view of this wonderful land

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Oct
25
7:00 PM19:00

Dracula (1931) with live musical accompaniment

Dracula (1931) with live musical accompaniment, presented with ArtsRock and Arts Angels. Dracula is the first and one of the most famous of a storied and long line of horror films made by Universal Studios. This presentation will feature live musical accompaniment by Ben Model, the resident accompanist for the Museum of Modern Art and the Library of Congress, playing theatre organ. Click HERE for more information. 

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Nov
15
6:00 PM18:00

Angela Fraleigh: Shadows Searching for Light Opening Reception

Angela Fraleigh will create a series of site-specific paintings inspired by the work and relationship of Edward and Jo Hopper.  The installation is a continuation of Fraleigh's latest body of work, which seeks to explore dormant narratives of women in art history. This reception is Member's Only. The exhibition is open to the public from November 16th and February. Click HERE for more information. 

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Aug
10
to Aug 12

"Souvenir" Performance

A comedy by Stephen Temperley "What matters most is the music you hear in your head," said Florence Foster Jenkins, a wealthy socialite and real-life figure who became famous for her singing. Told affectionately through the eyes of her longtime accompanist Cosme McMoon, Souvenir is a comedy with big laughs -- and an even bigger heart -- about the phenomenon of celebrity, the indomitability of the human spirit, and the enduring value of friendship. "A love letter of a play" - The New York Times. Click HERE for more information

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Aug
5
2:00 PM14:00

Library Fundraiser Exhibition

For the month of August, the Dennis P. McHugh Piermont Public Library's gallery space will feature a library fundraising exhibition entitled Amusements: Digital Photography by Jessica Bowen. An artist's reception will be held Saturday, August 5th from 2 to 4 pm. Ms. Bowen celebrates her 10th anniversary as Piermont's Library Director in June of 2018. This exhibit is a fundraiser with all proceeds benefiting the library. Click HERE for the facebook event page. 

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Aug
2
to Aug 4

Death of a Salesman

Willy Loman, the ceaselessly striving salesman, returns to his New York home after a failed New England trip. Driven by hopes of success far greater than he can achieve — for himself and his two sons — Loman and his wife confront the American Dream in Arthur Miller’s towering masterpiece.

See performance times and buy tickets here.

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Jul
27
to Jul 29

"Death of a Salesman"

Willy Loman, the ceaselessly striving salesman, returns to his New York home after a failed New England trip. Driven by hopes of success far greater than he can achieve — for himself and his two sons — Loman and his wife confront the American Dream in Arthur Miller’s towering masterpiece.

See performance times and buy tickets here.

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Jul
27
6:30 PM18:30

Style & Salsa

Style & Salsa At Strawtown Jewelry. Salsa lesson with Igor from NY Dance Sport.
Art by Donna Ladson. Lite bites from Maura's Kitchen in Nyack & sangria! 20% off of Strawtown Jewelry purchased that night. Sponsored by The Arc of Rockland. Click HERE to RSVP.

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Jul
27
6:00 PM18:00

Celebrating Nature Art Show

Throughout the year, the Wholeness Center will be partnering with local artists to share their vision, knowledge, and creativity with our community.  Thier series will continue with an intimate art show at Wholeness Center. Come experience Andrea Placer's inspiring art while enjoying passed hors d’oeuvres, music, and good company.

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Jul
26
7:00 PM19:00

Recovering Henry Varnum Poor: Ceramics

Henry Varnum Poor was a local artist who worked in ceramics, created frescoes, oil paintings designed homes and more. In the 1920s Poor gained recognition as a painter and became one the leading artists of his day. Many of his works are on display at major museums through the Untied States. There will be 6 lectures at Suffern Free Library presented by Dr. Chuck Stead with guests Geoffrey Welch and Janet Burnett. Click HERE fore the libraries website. 

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Jul
25
8:00 PM20:00

"Columbus" viewing

When a renowned architecture scholar falls ill, his son finds himself stranded in Columbus, Indiana, where he strikes up a friendship with a young architecture enthusiast who works at the local library. As their intimacy develops they explore both the town and their conflicted emotions: his estranged relationship with his father, and her reluctance to leave Columbus and her mother. Click HERE for more information. 

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Jul
25
6:30 PM18:30

Summer Soiree

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A sunset garden party at the beautiful riverside home of Jen Hatch & Sue Smith to benefit Nyack Center’s children’s cooking program. Indulge in a delicious tapas style menu and beverages from local chefs and shops. Click HERE for more information. 

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