The Week Ahead

Edited by Pamela Doan (calendar@highlandscurrent.org)

For a complete listing of events, see highlandscurrent.org/calendar.

COMMUNITY

SAT 13
Philipstown Climate Smart Community Fundraiser
Garrison
4 – 6 p.m. Longhaul Farm
69 South Mountain Pass
ecologicalcitizens.org/climate-smart-community
Support the volunteer committee’s efforts to complete a greenhouse gas emissions inventory for Philipstown and other mitigation and adaptation strategies. Cost: Pay what you wish

SAT 13
Putnam History Museum Annual Gala
Garrison
5 p.m. Highlands Country Club
955 Route 9D | 845-265-4010
putnamhistorymuseum.org
Dress up for a masquerade theme. This year’s honorees are Nancy Olnick and Giorgio Spanu of Magazzino Italian Art, who will receive the Trailblazers’ Award, and the Cornell family of the West Point Foundry, who will be honored with the Historic Family Award. Tickets start at $325.

SUN 14
8th Annual Classic Car Show
Beacon
10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Main Street
A variety of classic automobiles will line the street. Sponsored by the Beacon Chamber and Dutchess Cruisers. Free

SUN 14
Pumpkin Fest
Beacon
Noon – 5 p.m. Seeger Park
beaconsloopclub.org
Pumpkins and pumpkin pie will be for sale, along with chili and other food. Pumpkin bread judging begins at 2:15 p.m. and winners will be announced at 3 p.m. There will be a carving contest with two divisions: teenagers ages 13 to 15 and children ages 12 and younger. Live music and crafts. Free

SUN 14
Cook Like a Farmer
Cold Spring
Noon – 3 p.m. Glynwood Farm
362 Glynwood Road | 845-265-3338
glynwood.org
Leon Vehaba of the Poughkeepsie Farm Project and Jessica Clark will explain how to maximize your CSA share or make the most of the veggies you have on hand to prepare delicious meals. Cost: $50

SUN 14
Chefs for Clearwater
Hyde Park
4 – 8 p.m. Culinary Institute of America
1946 Campus Dr. | 845-265-8080
chefsforclearwater.org
Terrance Brennan and Waldy Malouf will co-host this dinner to raise awareness about the ways that sustainability, food and ethics are connected to the Hudson Valley watershed. It will feature a five-course tasting menu featuring locally sourced ingredients. Tickets start at $300.

THURS 18
Observe the Moon Night
Garrison
5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Desmond-Fish Library
472 Route 403 | 845-424-3020
desmondfishlibrary.org
Volunteers from the Mid-Hudson Astronomical Association will talk and share two telescopes, or bring your own. Rain date: Oct. 25. Free

FRI 19
14th Annual Haunted House
Garrison
7 – 10 p.m.
Philipstown Recreation Center
107 Glenclyffe Drive | 845-424-4618
philipstownrecreation.com
The Foot in Mouth Players again present their annual scarefest. Also open SAT 20, SUN 21, FRI 26, SAT 27, SUN 28. Cost: $6 (seniors and children under 12, $4)

SAT 20
Woodworking Demonstration Day
Garrison
10:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Boscobel
1601 Route 9D | 845-265-3638
boscobel.org
Mike Leggett will demonstrate the artistry, skills and secrets of woodworking before the age of power tools. Admission: Pay what you wish

MUSIC

SAT 13
Record and CD Fest
Beacon
9 a.m. – 5 p.m. VFW Post
413 Main St.
Twenty-five vendors from four states will have 30 tables of vinyl, discs, cassettes, posters, books and vintage stereo equipment. Hosted by Vinyl Salvage Co. of Fishkill.

SAT 13
David Rothenberg/Progression Ensemble/Shawn Lawson
Peekskill
3 – 7 p.m. Hudson Valley MOCA
1701 E. Main St. | 914-788-0100
hudsonvalleymoca.org
To celebrate the grand re-opening of the contemporary art museum, Rothenberg will perform on clarinet at 3 p.m., followed by the world premiere of his “No One Knows Why Whales Sing” by the Progression Ensemble. At 5 p.m. Shawn Lawson will join the ensemble. Cost: Free with admission

SAT 13
New Muse 4Tet
Beacon
4 p.m. Beahive
291 Main St. | 845-765-1890
beahivebzzz.com
A Howland Chamber Music Circle pop-up concert featuring the string quartet of Gwen Laster, Ina Paris, Melanie Dyer and Patrice Jackson-Tilghman will perform classical favorites and new works as a vehicle for social activism. Free

SAT 13
Jazz Lab
Beacon
4:30 p.m. St. Andrew’s Church
15 South Ave. | 845-831-1369
beacon-episcopal.org
Two 45-minute sets of standards, followed by a reception. Free

SAT 13
Yesterday Beatles Tribute
Peekskill
8 p.m. Paramount Hudson Valley
1008 Brown St. | 914-739-0039
paramounthudsonvalley.com
Founded in 1986, this touring group impersonates the Fab Four. Cost: $30 to $50

SUN 14
Soo Bae (Cello) and Tanya Bannister (Piano)
Cold Spring
4 p.m. Chapel Restoration
45 Market St. | 845-265-5537
chapelrestoration.org
The duet will perform Rachmaninoff’s Sonata in G minor, Op. 19 and other short works. Free

SUN 14
Andy Grammer
Peekskill
7 p.m. Paramount Hudson Valley
1008 Brown St. | 914-739-0039
paramounthudsonvalley.com
Pop star best known for his hits “Honey I’m Good” and “Good to Be Alive (Hallelujah).” With John Splithoff and Josie Dunne. Cost: $50 to $85

Andy Grammer

SUN 14
SOM (Sound of Mandolin)
Beacon
8 p.m. Quinn’s
330 Main St. | 845-202-7447
facebook.com/quinnsbeacon
Snehasish Mozumder, an Indian musician who plays the double-neck mandolin, and his band will perform Hindustani classical music as well as jazz and rock. Cost: $10 donation

FRI 19
Delbert McClinton
Peekskill
8 p.m. Paramount Hudson Valley
1008 Brown St. | 914-739-0039
paramounthudsonvalley.com
McClinton, a multiple Grammy winner, is known for his 1991 duet with Bonnie Raitt, “Good Man, Good Woman” and also has collaborated with Melissa Etheridge, Tom Petty and Tanya Tucker (“Tell Me About It”). His latest album is Blind, Crippled and Crazy. Cost: $40 to $65

SAT 20
Open Book
Putnam Valley
7:30 p.m. Tompkins Corners Cultural Center
729 Peekskill Hollow Road | 845-528-7280
tompkinscorners.org
Rick and Michele Gedney of Cold Spring, winners of 2017 Connecticut Folk Festival Songwriting Competition, will perform original compositions with guitar and melodies. Cost: $15 (brownpapertickets.com/event/3617527)

Open Book

SAT 20

aTonalHits
Beacon
8 p.m. Howland Cultural Center
477 Main St. | 845-831-4988
Illya Filshtinskiy (piano) and Katha Zinn (violin) make their Beacon debut performing Phantasy for Violin and Piano by Arnold Schoenberg, Dancer on a Tightrope by Sofia Gubaidulina, Road Movies by John Adams (with video accompaniment) and Filshtinskiy’s Movements for Violin and Piano. Tickets: $20 at atonalhits.brownpapertickets.com or $25 at the door

aTonalHits

SUN 21
Sö Percussion
Beacon
4 p.m. Howland Cultural Center
477 Main St. | 845-831-4988
This New York City-based percussion quartet — Josh Quillen, Adam Sliwinski, Jason Treuting and Eric Cha-Beach — will perform a program they call “Living Room Music” as part of the Howland Chamber Music Circle series. Cost: $30 ($10 students)

Sö Percussion

SUN 21
Arlo Guthrie
Peekskill
7 p.m. Paramount Hudson Valley
1008 Brown St. | 914-739-0039
paramounthudsonvalley.com
Guthrie is touring to mark the 50th anniversary of his 18-minute hit, “Alice’s Restaurant Massacree.”

VISUAL ARTS

SAT 13
Group Show: Death is Irrevelant (Opening)
Peekskill
Noon – 7 p.m. Hudson Valley MOCA
1701 Main St. | 914-788-0100
hudsonvalleymoca.org

SAT 20
Kazumi Tanaka Walk and Talk
Garrison
4 p.m. Manitoga | 584 Route 9D
845-424-3812 | visitmanitoga.org
The artist-in-residence will lead a tour of her installation that uses natural inks with distilled water from the Quarry Pool. Cost: $25

SAT 20
Group Show: Explorations in Line + Gudrun Mertes-Frady
Garrison
5 – 7 p.m. Garrison Art Center
23 Garrison’s Landing
845-424-3960
garrisonartcenter.org
The center will open a solo show by Mertes-Frady and a group show with works by Jaanika Peerna, Tenesh Webber and Tamar Zinn. Both exhibits continue through Nov. 11.

SAT 20
2018 Cape Dorset Annual Print Collection
Noon – 6 p.m. Theo Ganz Gallery
149 Main St. | 917-318-2239
theoganzstudio.com

TALKS & TOURS

SAT 13
West Point Foundry Tour
Cold Spring
10 a.m. 80 Kemble Ave.
845-473-4440 | scenichudson.org

SUN 14
Carving Mount Rushmore
Putnam Valley
1 p.m. Volunteer Ambulance Corps
218 Oscawana Lake Road
845-528-1024
putnamvalleyhistory.org
At the Putnam Valley Historical Society’s annual dinner, storyteller and author Lou Del Bianco will portray his grandfather Luigi, the chief carver of Mount Rushmore. Cost: $40

Lou Del Bianco

SUN 14
Nicki Sizemore: Build-a-Bowl (Signing)
Beacon
2 – 4 p.m. Beacon Pantry
382 Main St.
Sizemore will discuss her latest cookbook and share samples.

FRI 19
Solutions-Based Approaches to Climate Change
Beacon
7:30 p.m. Beahive
291 Main St. | eomega.org
A livestream of an event at the Omega Institute in Rhinebeck based on Project Drawdown, Paul Hawken’s book about reversing global warming. The stream will also be shown at the Desmond-Fish Library in Garrison. Free

SAT 20
David Sokol: Hudson Modern (Reading)
Cold Spring
3 – 5 p.m. Cold Spring General Store
66 Main St. | 845-809-5522
coldspringgeneralstore.com
Sokol’s book examines 18 innovative Hudson Valley homes.

KIDS & FAMILY

SAT 13
PTA Fall Festival
Garrison
1 – 4 p.m. Garrison School
1100 Route 9D | gufspta.org
Don’t miss the cake walk, chili cook-off, bouncy house, scarecrow race, sumo soccer, crafts, hot dog cart and pumpkin carving contest.

SUN 14
Daniel Salmieri: Dragons Love Tacos (Reading)
Cold Spring
10:15 a.m. Split Rock Books
97 Main St. | 845-265-2080
splitrockbks.com

SAT 20
Annual Young Friends Fall Fest
Garrison
2 – 5 p.m. Winter Hill | 20 Nazareth Way 845-424-3358 | hhlt.org
A guided hike to the Revolutionary War Redoubt, nature activities for kids, pressing apples into cider. Presented by the Hudson Highlands Land Trust. Rain date: Oct. 21. Cost: $25 for residents, $40 for people outside area, children 12 and younger free

SUN 21
Pat Schories: Squeak the Mouse Likes His House (Reading)
Cold Spring
10:15 a.m. Split Rock Books
97 Main St. | 845-265-2080
splitrockbks.com

SUN 21
Classics for Kids: Sö Percussion
Beacon
Noon. Howland Cultural Center
477 Main St. | 845-831-4988
howlandculturalcenter.org

STAGE & SCREEN

SAT 13
A Castle in Brooklyn, King Arthur
Beacon
1:30 p.m. Howland Library
313 Main St. | 845-831-1134
beaconlibrary.org
This documentary follows the 27-year fight of Beacon resident and artist Arthur Wood and his wife, Cynthia, against eviction from their home, Broken Angel, in Brooklyn. A discussion with filmmaker Tyler Chase will follow. Free

SAT 13
Silent Film Series: Borderline
Cold Spring
7 p.m. Butterfield Library
10 Morris Ave. | 845-265-3040 butterfieldlibrary.org
The 1930 drama, which starred Paul Robeson, tells the story of a black woman who has an affair with a white man. The film was thought to be lost until a 16mm copy was discovered in Switzerland in 1983. Cary Brown will provide live musical accompaniment.

SAT 13
The Blair Witch Project
Garrison
7 p.m. St. Philip’s Parish Hall
1101 Route 9D
haldanceschoolfoundation.org
Garrison School’s former guidance counselor, Mike Williams, starred in the project nearly two decades ago and will discuss his experience as a joint fundraiser for the Garrison and Haldane school foundations. Rated R. Cost: $25 ($15 for young people)

Blair Witch Project

SAT 13
A-Y/dancers MinEvent
Beacon
8 p.m. Howland Cultural Center
477 Main St. | howlandculturalcenter.org
A new dance company — Sienna Blaw, Claire Deane and Erin Lander — performs its first Beacon show. Also SUN 14. Cost: $12 ($10 students)

TUES 16
Horrorshow: A Dark Song
Beacon
7:30 p.m. Trax Espresso | 1 E. Main St.
storyscreenbeacon.com
The fourth annual film series continues with this 2016 thriller in which a grieving woman hires an occultist. On SUN 21, the series will screen Coraline, a 2009 animated feature in which a girl discovers a secret door, at One Nature Garden Center, 321 Main St. Free

SUN 21
Roundelay
Cold Spring
2 p.m. Chapel Restoration
45 Market St. | 845-265-5537
chapelrestoration.org
Set in an affluent Westchester home in the 1990s, this play by Richard Cirulli follows a husband and wife who become bored with their pursuit of the American dream and attempt to destroy each other.

NATURE & OUTDOORS

WED 17
Autumn Color
Garden Walk
Cold Spring
5 p.m. Stonecrop | 81 Stonecrop Lane 845-265-2000 | stonecrop.org

SAT 20
Fall Audubon Walk
Cold Spring
8:30 a.m. Glynwood (Lot)
362 Glynwood Road | 845-265-3338 glynwood.org
Ryan Bass, a member of the Putnam Highlands Audubon board, will lead a walk to explore the farm’s fields, ponds and woods for fall migratory birds.

HEALTH & FITNESS

SAT 13
Sistas, Sexuality -N- Swagger
Beacon
1 p.m. Howland Library | 313 Main St. 845-831-1134 | beaconlibrary.org
A workshop for women ages 50 and older led by nurse practitioner Bernice Moeller-Bloom on how to be comfortable with an aging body. Free

SUN 21
Breast Cancer Walk
Cold Spring
8 a.m. – 6 p.m. Haldane High School
15 Craigside Dr. | csbcwalk.weebly.com
Organized by Haldane senior Ashley Haines, the event last year raised $12,000.