Edited by Pamela Doan ([email protected])
For a complete listing of events, see highlandscurrent.org/calendar.
Pop-Up Farm Shop
10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Stony Kill Farm
79 Farmstead Lane | stonykill.org
Find fresh eggs and wildflower honey produced on the farm, T-shirts, tote bags, houseplants, books and handmade crafts. Proceeds support the Stony Kill Foundation.
Rabies & Distemper Clinic
9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Memorial Park
198 Robert Cahill Drive
845-831-5161 | arfbeacon.org
The Animal Rescue Foundation will host this vaccination clinic for pets. Vaccines are $15 each.
Yoga at Boscobel
9:30 a.m. Boscobel
1601 Route 9D
845-265-3638 | boscobel.org
Boscobel and Ascend Studio will collaborate on an in-person, weekend yoga program on the West Meadow overlooking the river. Classes will be held Fridays to Sundays through Sept. 13. Registration required. Cost: $25 per class
Virtual Networking Event
7 p.m. Via Zoom
Members of the Putnam County Business Council, the Putnam Valley Business Network and the chambers of commerce from Brewster, Mahopac/Carmel, Kent and Cold Spring will connect at this monthly networking event. Registration required.
Healing Collective Trauma in a Fractured World
1:30 p.m. Garrison Institute
Thomas Hubl and Angel Acosta will discuss how to use contemplative practices to support social justice. Register online.
Ask an Electric Vehicle Driver
7:30 p.m. Climate Smart Philipstown
Owners of a Chevy Bolt, a Hyundai Kona, a Nissan Leaf, a Tesla and other electric cars will share their experience online. The discussion will include charging, ecological impacts and incentives.
The Secret Behind Melody and Harmony
1 p.m. Howland Public Library
845-831-1134 | beaconlibrary.org
Using an animated orchestra, Tanisha Mitchell will discuss the ways that popular music has borrowed from classical.
7 p.m. Via Zoom
In this Current Conversation, Haldane Superintendent Philip Benante will discuss plans to re-open the district in the fall. Register online.
Pathways to Planetary Health
2 p.m. Garrison Institute
Sam Myers, author of Planetary Health: Protecting Nature to Protect Ourselves, will discuss his work. Register online.
STAGE & SCREEN
Story Screen Drive-In
8:30 p.m. Story Screen Drive-In
724 Wolcott Ave. | 845-440-7706
This pop-up drive-in theater will screen The Goonies (1985) and The Big Lebowski (1998) this weekend and Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982) and Galaxy Quest (1999) next weekend. See website for show times and health protocols. Snacks will be available for purchase. Also SUN 2, FRI 7, SAT 8, SUN 9. Cost: $10 ($8 children, seniors, military)
Zoom Movie Night In
7 p.m. Desmond-Fish Library
845-424-3020 | desmondfishlibrary.org
The library will screen A Street Cat Name Bob, a 2016 film based on a bestselling memoir in which a stray cat influences the life of a street performer and recovering addict.
KIDS & FAMILY
9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
University Settlement Camp
724 Wolcott Ave. | weeplayproject.org
Shop the 16th annual sale of secondhand children’s clothing, toys, baby and toddler equipment, books, music, movies, games, maternity clothes and sports equipment. Masks and social distancing required. Proceeds benefit the Wee Play Community Project. Also SUN 2.
Sing and Move Zoom for Toddlers
10 a.m. | Desmond-Fish Library
Join Miss Gabi for a virtual gathering for toddlers and their parents. Register online.
Imagine Your Song
3 p.m. Howland Public Library
845-831-1134 | beaconlibrary.org
The City Winds Trio will demonstrate rhythm and movement in this interactive performance with music from popular fairytales.
Nature: Pushing It
Tompkins Corners Cultural Center
729 Peekskill Hollow Road
Curated by photographer Will Cook, this online exhibit will present visions of nature by 20 photographers. Through Sept. 4.
Reflections on Homemade
Noon. Magazzino Italian Art
This two-part event will include conversations with the artists who contributed works to Magazzino’s current exhibit, Homemade. Also WED 5.
Buster Levi Gallery
121 Main St.
The gallery opens a new exhibit, viewable online, through its windows and by appointment on Saturdays, with work by 15 artists. Through Aug. 31.
Dia Beacon Reopens
11 a.m. – 6 p.m. Dia Beacon
3 Beekman St.
845-231-0811 | diaart.org
Reservations can be made online beginning MON 3.
Pam Marchin and Jill Shoffiett
10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Garrison Art Center
23 Garrison’s Landing
845-424-3960 | garrisonartcenter.org
In its first in-person show in months, the center will show Pam Marchin’s Monkey Bars and Nelsonville artist Jill Shoffiett’s Bridges, Battlegrounds, and Swimming Pools. Through Sept. 13. See Page 13.
Noon – 8 p.m. Bau Gallery | 506 Main St.
845-440-7584 | baugallery.org
The gallery will display new work by Carla Goldberg influenced by the pandemic. Through Sept. 6.
3 p.m. Emerge Gallery
Beacon artist Mary Ann Glass and Current photographer Ross Corsair will exhibit their art inspired by landscapes, seascapes and cityscapes. In lieu of a public reception, a virtual tour and artists’ discussion will be broadcast live on YouTube.
Old and New Songs, Borrowed and Blue Songs
5 p.m. Seeger Riverfront Park
2 Red Flynn Dr. | beaconny.myrec.com
Jenn Clapp will perform in this weekly series for families organized by Compass Arts and the Beacon Recreation Department. Register online.
Most meetings are being streamed or posted as videos.
7 p.m. City Hall
845-838-5011 | cityofbeacon.org
7 p.m. Haldane
845-265-9254 | haldaneschool.org
Putnam County Legislature
7 p.m. Carmel
845-208-7800 | putnamcountyny.com
Board of Trustees
7:30 p.m. Village Hall
845-265-3611 | coldspringny.gov
Putnam County Police Policy Review Panel
10 a.m. Bureau of Emergency Services
112 Old Route 6 | putnamcountyny.com
The organizational meeting for this new entity. Check website for information whether meeting will be held in person or by audio conference.
7:30 p.m. Philipstown Community Center
107 Glenclyffe Drive
845-265-5200 | philipstown.com