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An emotionally packed play about Depression and the lengths we will go for those we love. A theatrical performance from Lori Schneider Executive Director of NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, Sullivan CountyFind out more »
Enjoy a four-course meal provided by four of Rhinebeck’s best-known chefs to benefit Phase II of the Autism Supportive Community initiative, led by Anderson Center for Autism and the Village of Rhinebeck. Space is limited; must reserve in advance. @Terrapin Restaurant, 6426 Montgomery St, Rhinebeck, NY 12572 Time: Doors open at 5:30 pm, dinner begins at 6:30 pm. Cost: $100/person; includes four-course dinner and wine. More information: https://andersoncenterforautism.org/-/rhinebeck-chefs-4-autismFind out more »
The Library is pleased to host a month long exhibit in April of photography by Ed Mekeel. Below is Ed's artist statement: "My interest in subjects to photography knows nobounds, as my current collection shows. I like taking pictures of people in various situations. I love the stories and feelings their faces suggest. I also take close-up or macro photographs. I'm fascinated by the minute details found in nature. Landscapes offer the opportunity to capture beautiful scenery in optimal lighting.…Find out more »
High Meadow School is hosting an Earth Day Ecochallenge Kick-Off at the Rosendale Theatre. Student team members will introduce the EcoChallenge and talk about the importance of it. The Ecochallenge runs from April 1 - 22, and the greater community is urged to join the team! The Earth Day Ecochallenge is a customizable and solutions-oriented engagement program focused on reducing carbon in the atmosphere. The evening will also feature award-winning Young Voices for the Planet short films. These films feature…Find out more »
@annalyseandryanhttps://youtu.be/Lx8_CVlYOs8?t=69Annalyse & Ryan are an Americana husband and wife duo based in Beacon, NY. Their sound and songs take listeners on a soulful, rootsy journey, “resounding from the hollers with a haunting beauty.” Annalyse, a true Kentucky McCoy descended from the McCoy-Hatfield feud, brings deep storytelling and true country music tradition to their music while Ryan, raised on the Jersey shore, provides diverse grooves and and a blue-collar feel that resonates with all listeners.Find out more »
Come celebrate poetry month with Raphael Kosek, our own Dutchess County poet laureate, who will be reading from and talking about her new book, AMERICAN MYTHOLOGY. Registration required.Find out more »
Join us at Mill House Brewing Company for happy hour. Kick off Autism Awareness Month by supporting Anderson Center for Autism! Cocktail appetizers & beer/wine included *Pint glass included with every ticket purchased There will be raffles & door prizes! Tickets may be purchased the night of the event, however an RSVP is required *A dollar from every pint of Mr. Anderson sold at MHBC in April will be donated back to Anderson*Find out more »
Finding Peace Weekend Meditation Retreat in Sullivan County Catskills – Breaking Bad Habits Experience a relaxing weekend meditation retreat in the peaceful environment of the Catskills. Whether you're a beginner or simply want to enjoy retreat in ideal conditions, this weekend will help you refresh your mind through meditation. The topic of the retreat weekend is Breaking Bad Habits. We all have habits that seem hard to break. Unfortunately, many of these habits also make us unhappy or even harm…Find out more »
From the heart of the Jersey Shore, “Backstreets” was the first band in the world to do a unique tribute to a live performer. There are now an estimated 14,000 tribute bands following their lead and performing all over the world. Nearly 5,500 performances and 34 years later, the B-Street Band is still the hardest working tribute band on the circuit, with almost 200 shows per year throughout the country. Notable performances include opening for Bruce outside at the Philadelphia…Find out more »
For over 40 years, Graham Parker has been slinging his signature sound, earning a spot in the pantheon of influential rock ‘n’ roll figures. Since his early days with The Rumour, Parker has coupled punk’s energy with his deeply rooted love of American R&B, country, and soul music.Find out more »