Make Art for the Climate Strike
2 – 4 p.m. Garrison Art Center
23 Garrison’s Landing | 845-424-3960
Bring poster boards, markers, and your imagination to make art for the Global Climate Strike scheduled for FRI 20. Another poster-making event will be held at 3:30 p.m. on TUES 17 at Figure Ground Studio, 44 Main St., in Cold Spring.
Philipstown Strikes for Climate
2:30 – 4 p.m. St. Mary’s Lawn
1 Chestnut St.
Walk out of your job, home or class to support political action to slow climate change. Speakers begin at 3 p.m.
Hudson River Craft Beer Festival
1:30 – 5:30 p.m. Seeger Riverfront Park
1 Red Flynn Drive | americaontap.com
Sample any of more than 180 craft beers from 90 breweries (including 2 Way Brewing of Beacon and Newburgh Brewing Co.) at this seventh annual event. There will also be food and live music. No one under 21 admitted. Cost: $50 ($70 VIP)
Community Blood Drive
10:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. Tabernacle of Christ
483 Main St. | 800-933-2566
Schedule an appointment or walk-in. See website for requirements.
Haldane Athletic Hall of Fame Brunch
Noon – 3 p.m. Dutchess Manor
263 Route 9D | 845-265-9254, x160
The Blue Devil Booster Club will honor inductees Richard Kiesbye, Russell Miller, David Milkovich, Chelsea Lisikatos and the 1998 team that won the first of the school’s four state volleyball championships. RSVP requested by FRI 13. Cost: $55
Stray H.E.L.P. Fundraiser
2 – 5 p.m. Firefly Yoga | 992 Main St.
845-896-2840 | strayhelp.org
Support the organization’s work to reduce the stray-cat population with a trap, spay or neuter and return/release program or by adoption. There will be a yoga class at 2:30 p.m. and refreshments and raffles.
TALKS & TOURS
The Early Days of Television
1 p.m. Howland Public Library
313 Main St. | 845-831-1134
Evan Weiner will discuss the stars of the early days of TV, including Milton Berle, Ed Sullivan and Jackie Gleason, and their impact. Free
The Art of the Garden: Bulbs
10 a.m. Supplies for Creative Living
165 Main St. | 845-809-5900
Landscape designers Liz Kelly and Lindsey Taylor will explain a spring planting design that can be planted now. Cost: $15
KIDS & FAMILY
Storytime with Raven Howell
10:15 a.m. Split Rock Books
97 Main St. | 845-265-2080
The children’s book author will read from her new book, Greetings. Free
10 & 11:30 a.m.
University Settlement Camp
724 Wolcott Ave. | fairywalk.com
Sponsored by BeaconArts, this walking production led by performers from Hudson Valley Theatre will follow a magical path to a hidden grove. Rain date SUN 22. Repeats SUN 28. Cost: $12 ($8 children)
Concert and Instrument Petting Zoo
3 p.m. Howland Cultural Center
477 Main St. | 845-831-4988
Following a concert by local musicians and music educators, children will be able to handle and play instruments such as winds, strings, piano and guitar. Reserve a seat online. Free
1:20 p.m. Cliff and Main Bus Shelter
This 20-minute set by the classical and jazz cellist is sponsored by BeaconArts as part of its Tiny Concerts series.
Core of My Heart
7:30 p.m. Aquinas Hall
Mount Saint Mary College
845-913-7157 | newburghsymphony.org
The Greater Newburgh Symphony Orchestra will perform works by Apollonio Maiello, Richard Wagner, Bedrich Smetana and Edward Elgar. Cost: $25 to $50 (students free)
Brentano String Quartet
4 p.m. Howland Cultural Center
477 Main St. | 845-765-3012
Misha Amory (viola), Serena Canin (violin), Nina Lee (cello) and Mark Steinberg (violin) will present a program that includes works by Mozart and Beethoven to open the Howland Chamber Music Circle season. Cost: $30 ($10 students)
Doansburg Chamber Ensemble
4 p.m. St. Mary’s Church | 1 Chestnut St.
845-228-4167 | doansburg.org
The ensemble will be joined by Christine Smith on flute and Joy Plaisted on harp for a performance that includes Celtic Suite by Marino and sonatas by Telemann and Rust. Cost: $10
Music for Humanity
8:30 p.m. Towne Crier
379 Main St. | 845-855-1300
The Slam Allen Band and Jon Shain and FJ Venture will perform in this fundraiser for music scholarships. Cost: $25
Gary U.S. Bonds
8 p.m. Paramount Hudson Valley
1008 Brown St. | 914-739-0039
The singer, whose hits include “Quarter to Three,” will perform R&B and rock with the Roadhouse Rockers. Cost: $35 to $45
4 p.m. Chapel Restoration
45 Market St. | 845-265-5537
Kathryn Andrews and Kristi Shade will perform works for two harps by composers Nico Muhly and Robert Paterson. Donations are welcome. Free
5 – 7 p.m. Waterfront bandstand
The five-piece band from Kentucky, which will perform to close out the Cold Spring Area Chamber of Commerce summer concert series, plays funk, blues and rock. Free
7 p.m. Bardavon | 35 Market St.
845-473-2072 | bardavon.org
The two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee (with Crosby, Stills and Nash in 1997 and The Hollies in 2010) will perform songs from his most recent album, This Path Tonight. Cost: $50 to $75
8 p.m. Quinn’s
330 Main St. | 845-202-7447
Emily Cross, who performs as Cross Record, will perform songs from her latest album, which “explores the metaphysical in the everyday.”
Figure Drawing with Movement
6:30 – 9:30 p.m. Catalyst Gallery
137 Main St. | 845-204-3844
The gallery’s new drawing series will feature a model who will provide short and long poses plus some dance and movement. Chairs and tables provided, but no easels. Cost: $10
Method for Proceeding
5 – 7 p.m. Garrison Art Center
23 Garrison’s Landing | 845-424-3960
The Center’s visiting artist, Henry Klimowicz, will fill both of its galleries with a sculpture exhibit that spans 12 years.
STAGE & SCREEN
Aery Theatre 20/20 One-Act Festival
4 & 8 p.m. Philipstown Depot Theatre
10 Garrison’s Landing | 845-424-3900
This annual festival, now in its 13th year, will feature 21 original plays by 19 writers performed five or six at a time. Also SUN 15. Cost: $23 ($18 students, seniors)
Hope on the Hudson
7:15 p.m. Downing Film Center
19 Front St. | 845-561-3686
Jon Bowermaster will screen three of his short works: Growing with the Grain, about efforts to bring sustainable grain production back to upstate New York; Source to Sea, about Riverkeeper’s work to collect data that influences clean water protections; and A Living River, about restoring the Hudson River’s ecosystem. Cost: $7 ($6 members)
8 p.m. Philipstown Depot Theatre
10 Garrison’s Landing | 845-424-3900
In this Samuel Beckett play directed by Carin Jean White, Christine Bokhour (as Winnie) and Sterling Swann (as Willie) star as outlets for Beckett’s search for the meaning of existence. Winnie begins the first act buried up to her waist in a hole and the second buried up to her neck. Also, SAT 21, SUN 22. Cost: $28 ($22 seniors, teens)
7:15 p.m. Boscobel | 1601 Route 9D
845-265-3638 | boscobel.org
Find a spot on the Great Lawn and enjoy a screening of the classic 1964 live-action and animated Disney film starring Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke presented in partnership with the Cold Spring Film Society. The Boscobel grounds open at 6 p.m., and the rain date is SUN 22. Free
7 p.m. Butterfield Library | 10 Morris Ave.
845-265-3040 | butterfieldlibrary.org
The 53-minute film, presented as part of the library’s ongoing Silent Film Series and set in the 1920s American South, is loosely based on a Japanese fairytale in which an elderly farm couple find a changeling who becomes their adopted daughter. It was created by Atlanta filmmaker Milford Thomas using techniques consistent with the production of silent films and first shown in 2014. Cary Brown will provide live musical accompaniment. Free
8 p.m. Bardavon | 35 Market St.
845-473-2072 | bardavon.org
The unconventional comedian, who is also an author, actor and former correspondent for The Daily Show, will perform. Cost: $47 to $57
The Wait Room
8 p.m. Waterfront Park
This outdoor dance performance, sponsored by the Sing Sing Prison Museum and choreographed by Jo Kreiter, will honor women whose loved ones were incarcerated. Also, SAT 21, SUN 22. Cost: $25
Hudson Highlands Poetry
1:30 p.m. Desmond-Fish Library
472 Route 403 | 845-424-3020
As part of this continuing series, Mary Newell will read from her collection Tilt/Hover/Veer, Margot Taft Stever from Cracked Piano, and Jeffrey Yang from Hey, Marfa.
Spring Street Reading
7 p.m. Atlas Studios | 11 Spring St.
845-391-8855 | atlasnewburgh.com
Ruth Danon, Faisal Moyhuddin, Natania Rosenfeld and Edwin Torres will discuss how being the children of exiles has affected their work. Free
12:30 & 4:30 p.m. Manitoga
584 Route 9D | 845-424-3812
Ivy Baldwin and dancers from her company will transform the former home of designer Russel Wright into a stage in a performance inspired by his desire to blur lines between outside and inside, and nature and the man-made. The rain date is SUN 29. The SAT 21 shows are sold out. Cost: $45 ($35 members)
7 p.m. City Hall | 1 Municipal Plaza
845-838-5011 | cityofbeacon.org
7:30 p.m. Village Hall | 258 Main St.
845-265-2500 | nelsonvilleny.gov
District Voter Registration
9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Garrison School
1100 Route 9D | 845-424-3689
State Assembly Office Hours
6 – 8 p.m. Howland Public Library
313 Main St. | 845-562-0888
Jonathan Jacobson, whose district includes Beacon, will meet with constituents.
7 p.m. Haldane High School (Room 211)
15 Craigside Drive | 845-265-9254
7:30 p.m. Firehouse | 154 Main St.
845-265-3611 | coldspringny.gov
The board will hold a workshop to discuss the regulation of short-term rentals.
7 p.m. Garrison School | 1100 Route 9D
845-424-3689 | gufs.org
Philipstown Planning Board
7:30 p.m. Old VFW Hall
34 Kemble Ave. | philipstown.com
The board will hold a public hearing to hear feedback on a request by the Garrison Gulf station to add a canopy over its pumps and sell used cars.
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