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Come to the Pleasant Valley Library on Tuesday, February 25 at 11am to learn about chiropractic care! Dr. Ben Vallon from Innate Chiropractic will be discussing the benefits of chiropractic care for the entire family, the different types of chiropractic care specifically neurologically based chiropractic care, neurological and muscular assessment technologies, importance of chiropractic postural x-rays, and the change in health from a reactive to proactive mindset. Registration is required.Find out more »
Chinese Brush Painting is a simplistic and meditative way to paint. Using the “Four Treasures”: the brush, the ink, the ink stone, and paper, one can learn the painting techniques to create the “Four Gentlemen”: the bamboo, the orchid, the plum and the chrysanthemum. Each “Gentleman” introduces a new stroke or idea and reinforces techniques already learned. Come watch a demonstration and then try your hand at it.Find out more »
Take a walk on the High Line with Mario Medici, amateur photographer and historian, and discover how the High Line was transformed from a historic elevated freight rail to one of New York City's most popular parks. Check out the new arcthitecture, gigantic skyscrapers built over train tracks, century-old ice buildings, shopping centers, new sculpture art, and, yes even where the Oreo cookie was created!Find out more »
A benefit concert to support music scholarships in honor of Lee Herrington, former band director at SUNY Ulster. Suggested donation: $10 Family/$5 Adult/$3 Senior/StudentsFind out more »
Queen City 15 Gallery presents “Animals on Ice”, a series of three events dedicated to the beautiful creatures living in extreme weather ecosystems. Penguins of Antarctica - February 6, 6:30pm-8:00pm - Free admissionPolar Bears - February 27, 6:30pm-8:00pm - Free admissionWild Encounters at the Bronx Zoo - tbd - Donations welcomeIn ”Penguins of Antarctica” slideshow, Paola Bari will talk about her exploration to the Antarctic southern peninsula, her encounter with these fantastic and funny creatures that inspire so many moments…Find out more »
Honoré’s take on Ovid’s Metamorphoses is anything but a stuffy tribute beholden to a classic work of literature. On the contrary, he uses Ovid to portray the multicultural France of today, setting his story not only in lush natural landscapes but among the housing blocks of the French suburbs, and casting a high school student of North African descent in the central role of Europa, the young woman who encounters a series of gods and mythological characters. The outcome is…Find out more »
Members of our own Ulster County Photography Club will be displaying a selection of their most stunning photographs.Find out more »
Join us or our first Staged reading of the year Commencing by Jane Shepard The beautiful Kelli can't wait for the blind date her friends have set her up on. Until it turns out to be one very disappointed lesbian named Arlin. Mutually appalled, yet appallingly intrigued, they proceed to pull the screws loose on both straight and gay women's culture, to find the common ground beneath in the search for love and self.Find out more »
After sold out shows the past two seasons, the incredible Pete the Cat of the popular book series by James Dean and Kimberly Dean, returns!Find out more »