July 1, 2010 RSS feed / Cultural Events

Currier & Ives On The Hudson Exhibit Opens at Boscobel

This season’s major art exhibition at Boscobel House & Gardens, Currier & Ives on The Hudson, opens July 4. More...

Submissions Accepted for Aery Theatre Play Festival

The Aery Theatre Company, in association with the Philipstown Depot Theatre, is accepting submissions for the 4th Annual Aery Theatre 20/20 Play Festival Competition. More...

Anderson is Allstate Agent Hero

Allstate agency owner Robert Anderson was recently named an Agent Hero by Allstate Insurance Company’s New York Region, and awarded a $500 grant for a local youth program. More...

Arts On The Lake Kicks Off Second Summer Series

“There’s nothing you can sing that can’t be sung”… Arts On The Lake is hoping the audience will come ready to sing along and have a great time on Friday, July 23, when Something New, a Mahopac Beatles Tribute band take More...

Riding Academy Round-up for Special Kids

The Hollowbrook Riding Academy on Peekskill Hollow Road in Putnam Valley is known as the place “Where Kids Ride High in the Saddle,” and that was certainly apparent on Saturday afternoon as a group of special education students participa More...

Cold Spring Hosts Community Day Celebration on July 4

Following upon the success of Quadricentennial/ Community Day Celebration of 2009, the Cold Spring Mayor and Board of Trustees are hosting the 2nd Annual Community Day/July 4th Celebration at Waterfront and Dockside Park. More...

John Viniello Honored by Cerebral Palsy Assn.

On Saturday, June 12, at the Hudson Valley Cerebral Palsy Association Annual Dinner, John Viniello, president of the National Fire Sprinkler Association (NFSA) received the Distinguished Community Leadership Award from the organization. More...

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