The Week Ahead

Edited by Pamela Doan (calendar@highlandscurrent.org)

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

COMMUNITY

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. Cost: Pay what you wish

SAT 20
Soup and Salad Take-out
Beacon
4 – 7 p.m. Christ Church, United Methodist
60 Union St. | 845-831-0365
The church will offer dinner for two for $12, with an extra quart of soup for $8.

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

WED 24
Pub Trivia
Cold Spring
6 p.m. Barber and Brew
69 Main St. | butterfieldlibrary.org
The Butterfield Library leads this popular trivia night. Free

WED 24
Cold Spring Farmers’ Market Community Dinner
Garrison
7 p.m. Garrison Institute
14 Mary’s Way | 845-424-4800
csfarmmarket.org
This benefit will feature local produce prepared by Fresh Company. Cost: $95 to $350

THURS 25
Spaghetti Dinner & Volleyball
Cold Spring
5:30 p.m. Haldane High School
15 Craigside Dr. | haldaneschool.org
This benefit for the Class of 2019 will include spaghetti with marinara or meat sauce, salad, bread and dessert, followed by a student versus staff volleyball game. RSVP to mgranese@haldaneschool.org. Cost: $7 per person or $25 per family

SUN 28
Ham Radio Oktoberfest
Fishkill
8 a.m. – 1 p.m. Employee’s Recreation Center
83 Red Schoolhouse Lane | 845-849-3666
wr2abb.org
The Mount Beacon Amateur Radio Club hosts this event, which includes licensing classes, food and beverages and, of course, ham radios. Cost: $5 (non-ham spouses and children free)

MUSIC

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 vocal harmonies. Cost: $15 (brownpapertickets.com/event/3617527)

SAT 20
aTonalHits
Beacon
8 p.m. Howland Cultural Center
477 Main St. | 845-831-4988
howlandculturalcenter.org
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. Cost: $20 at atonalhits.brownpapertickets.com or $25 at the door

SUN 21
Sö Percussion
Beacon
4 p.m. Howland Cultural Center
477 Main St. | 845-831-4988
howlandculturalcenter.org
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)

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.” Cost: $50 to $80

FRI 26
Bruce Hornsby
Peekskill
8 p.m. Paramount Hudson Valley
1008 Brown St. | 914-739-0039
paramounthudsonvalley.com
Hornsby’s career took off after the release of “The Way It Is,” the title track of his 1986 debut album of the same name. The singer and songwriter has since collaborated with everyone from Ricky Skaggs to Bob Dylan to Bela Fleck. Cost: $50 to $100

SUN 28
Broadway for Bannerman Island
Beacon
2 p.m. Howland Cultural Center
477 Main St. | 845-831-1001
bannermancastle.org
This benefit for the Bannerman Castle Trust will repeat a performance that took place over the summer on the island by Nancy Johnston, Denise Summerford and Nancy Auffarth, under the direction of Elaine Miller. Reservations required. Cost: $25 ($35 at door)

Broadway for Bannerman (Photo by Russ Cusick)

SUN 28
Celtic Halloween Party
Putnam Valley
2 p.m. Tompkins Corners Cultural Center
729 Peekskill Hollow Road | 845-528-7280
tompkinscorners.org
Join a variety of musicians, including a new folk ensemble, Panache, for jigs, reels and party favorites. Costumes are welcome. Cost: $10 donation

VISUAL ARTS

SAT 20
2018 Cape Dorset Print Collection (Opening)
Beacon
Noon – 6 p.m. TheoGanz Gallery
4 DeWindt St. | 917-318-2239
theoganzstudio.com

“Pebble Woman,” by Padloo Samayualie

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, which 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. Through Nov. 11.

SUN 21
Barbara Masterson: People of the Fields (Artist’s Talk)
Beacon
2 p.m. The Lofts at Beacon Gallery
18 Front St. | 845-202-7211
loftsatbeacon.com
The plein air painter will discuss her exhibit of portraits of farmworkers in the Marlboro area, which continues through Nov. 3.

“Stoop Work”

THURS 25
Print Club
Garrison
6 – 9 p.m. Garrison Art Center
23 Garrison’s Landing | 845-424-3960
garrisonartcenter.org
This is not a class but weekly open hours for experienced printers to use the center’s space and equipment. Register online and bring your own supplies. Cost: $20

FRI 26
Travels, Tools, and Techniques of 19th-century Artist Expeditions
Garrison
6:30 p.m. Boscobel
1601 Route 9D | 845-265-3638
boscobel.org
Artist and historian James Lancel McElhinney will discuss the tools used by artists such as William Guy Wall, Jacques-Gerard Milbert and West Point-trained military explorers like Seth Eastman and James Abert. Co-sponsored with the Garrison Art Center. Cost: $25 ($15 for members, students and artists)

SAT 27
Painting and Sculpture in the Hudson River Valley
Garrison
9:30 a.m. Boscobel
1601 Route 9D | 845-265-3638
boscobel.org
Curators from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Smithsonian and others will discuss the history of creating art in the Hudson Valley. Cost: Pay what you wish

TALKS & TOURS

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

David Sokol

TUES 23
Socrates Cafe
Beacon
4 p.m. Howland Public Library
313 Main St. | 845-831-1134
beaconlibrary.org
Dan Fisherman, who teaches educational philosophy at Montclair State University and has a master’s degree in analytical philosophy, will lead a Socratic dialogue that explores a philosophical, ethical or socio-political issue.

SAT 27
Frankenstein in the Age of Gene Editing
Garrison
4 p.m. Hastings Center
21 Malcolm Gordon Road
845-424-4040 | thehastingscenter.org
On the 200th anniversary of the publication of Mary Shelley’s novel, Victor LaValle, Charlotte Gordon and Josephine Johnston will explore the classic tale from the perspectives of bioethics, literary criticism and science fiction. RSVP to events@hastingscenter.org. Free

KIDS & FAMILY

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

SUN 21
Pat Schories: Squeak the Mouse Likes His House
Cold Spring
10:15 a.m. Split Rock Books
97 Main St. | 845-265-2080
splitrockbks.com
The illustrator of the Biscuit series will read from her new book.

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

SAT 27
Boo at the Zoo
Bear Mountain
10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Trailside Zoo
3006 Seven Lakes Dr.
trailsidezoo.org
Make treats for the bears at 10:30 a.m. and watch them enjoy them at 11 a.m. The zoo will also have crafts and activities. Cost: $1 donation

SAT 27
Not-So-Haunted Barn and Hay Ride
Wappingers Falls
4 – 7 p.m. Stony Kill Farm
79 Farmstead Lane | 845-831-3800
stonykill.org
The farm promises a night of howls and hoots with livestock visits, spooky stories, ghost searches in the pasture and scary treats. Brian Robinson will also discuss birds of prey. Cost: $5 donation, ages two and younger free

SAT 27
25th Annual Halloween Costume Parade
Cold Spring
5:30 p.m. St. Mary’s Lawn
facebook.com/coldspringhalloweenparade
Children, adults and pets are invited to come in costume and parade down Main Street to the riverfront bandstand. Rain date: SUN 28

The 2017 Halloween parade in Cold Spring (Photo by Ross Corsair)

SUN 28
Hocus Pocus Parade
Beacon
Noon. Visitor Center
South Avenue and Main
facebook.com/A-Very-Beacon-Halloween
After the parade, which continues to Verplanck Street, businesses will offer trick-or-treating. No rain date.

SUN 28
Pumpkin Glow
Garrison
6 p.m. Desmond-Fish Library
472 Route 403 | 845-424-3020
desmondfishlibrary.org
Bring a carved pumpkin and watch them all light up the night outside the library. Music with Stacey Labriola, plus apples, cider doughnuts and cider. Costumes encouraged. Free

STAGE & SCREEN

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. Includes adult language.

SUN 21
Horrorshow 4: Coraline
Beacon
7 p.m. Binnacle Books
321 Main St. | storyscreenbeacon.com
This 2009 animated PG feature, part of the fourth annual Beacon Horrorshow series, is about a girl who discovers a secret door that leads to an alternate reality. Free

MON 22
Horrorshow 4: Severance
Beacon
8 p.m. Stock-Up
29 Teller Ave. | storyscreenbeacon.com
In this 2006 thriller, a killer in the woods terrorizes a lost group of sales executives  in the middle of a team-building exercise. Rated R. Free

WED 24
Horrorshow 4: The Sixth Sense
Beacon
8 p.m. Big Mouth
387 Main St. | storyscreenbeacon.com
Bruce Willis and Haley Joel Osment star in this 1999 film about a child psychologist suffering from his own demons. Rated PG-13. Free

SAT 27
Edgar Allan Poe: The Tell-Tale Heart and Other Stories
Cold Spring
7 p.m. Butterfield Library
10 Morris Ave. | 845-265-3040
butterfieldlibrary.org
Composer and pianist Daniel Kelly will accompany actor Lenard Petit. Register online. Free

SAT 27
Robert Klein
Peekskill
8 p.m. Paramount Hudson Valley
1008 Brown St. | 914-739-0039
paramounthudsonvalley.com
The comedian and Westchester resident was the first, in 1975, to appear in a live concert on HBO, and went on to do eight more. He appeared more than 100 times on The Tonight Show and The Late Show with David Letterman. Kirsten Maxwell, a singer and songwriter based on Long Island, will open. Cost: $30 to $55

SUN 28
Netizens
Beacon
7 p.m. Beahive
291 Main St. | beaconfilmsociety.org
The Beacon Film Society screens this new documentary that follows three women whose lives have been transformed by online harassment. A Q&A with director Cynthia Lowen will follow. Cost: $10

SUN 28
Horrorshow 4: Nosferatu
Beacon
8 p.m. Quinn’s
330 Main St. | storyscreenbeacon.com
The classic 1922 tale of a vampire looking for love will be accompanied by a live score and “filmbarkers” creating sound effects. Free

NATURE & OUTDOORS

SAT 20
Fall Audubon Walk
Cold Spring
8:30 a.m. Glynwood
362 Glynwood Rd | 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 20
5K Run and Kids’ Dash
Cornwall
8 a.m. Outdoor Discovery Center
100 Muser Dr. | 845-534-5506
hhnm.org
The Hudson Highlands Nature Museum is hosting this 5K trail run/walk, which begins at 9 a.m., followed by a dash at 10:15 a.m. for ages 3 to 10. Cost: $25 for 5K; $5 for kids’ dash

SAT 20
Dutchess/Ulster Walk to End Alzheimer’s
Highland
9 a.m. Walkway Over the Hudson
Register or donate at walkwaywalk.org. The walk begins at 10:30 a.m.

SAT 20
Beacon of Hope
Beacon
10 a.m. Christ Church, United Methodist 60 Union St. | 845-831-0365
This new faith-based cancer support group meets monthly on the third Saturday.

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.

SUN 21
Putnam Walk to End Alzheimer’s
Carmel
9 a.m. Veteran Memorial Park
Register or donate at putnamwalk.org. The walk begins at 10:30 a.m.

WED 24
Alzheimer’s Awareness: Communication Strategies
Cold Spring
11 a.m. Butterfield Library
10 Morris Ave. | 845-265-3040
butterfieldlibrary.org
Joan Carl of the Hudson Valley Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association will lead the discussion. Register online. Free

SAT 27
20 Ways to Reduce Toxins and Waste at Home
Garrison
1 p.m. Desmond-Fish Library
472 Route 403 | 845-424-3020
desmondfishlibrary.org
Madeline DeNitto, a lifestyle coach, and Christine Dimmick, author of Detox Your Home, will offer practical strategies. Sponsored by the Philipstown Garden Club. Free

CIVIC

MON 22
School Board
Beacon
7 p.m. Beacon High School
101 Matteawan Road | beaconk12.org

TUES 23
Board of Trustees
Cold Spring
7:30 p.m. Village Hall
85 Main St. | coldspringny.gov

WED 24
School Board
Garrison
7 p.m. Garrison School
1100 Route 9D | gufs.org

FRI 26
Putnam County Candidate Forum
Garrison
6 p.m. Desmond-Fish Library
472 Route 403| bit.ly/pcc-forum

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