December 3, 2010 RSS feed / Cultural Events

Hudson Heritage Guide Available Now

The Hudson River Valley Greenway has unveiled its Hudson River Valley National Area Heritage Site Guidebook, with information about the 100 National Heritage Area Heritage Sites in New York’s Hudson River Valley. More...

Putnam Arts Council Juried Craft Show is Home Again

Joyce Picone, executive director of the Putnam Arts Council, beamed. More...

Celebrating Chanukah: History, ‘Dedication’

Philipstown Reform Synagogue Rabbi offers perspective

The Courier local houses of worship. In the first installment, Rabbi Michael Rothbaum of the Philipstown Reform Synagogue spoke about Chanukah and the holiday season. More...

‘Cold Spring by Candlelight’ Tickets Still Available

“Cold Spring by Candlelight: Holiday Festival and House Tours on Main Street America” is set for this coming Saturday, December 4, from 12 noon to 5pm in Cold Spring. More...

A Family Business that Sparkles

Local jewlery design company decorates the stars

How jewelry designer Anne Koplik began her career is a story best told casually, in pieces, strung together with other little tales. Just the way she does. More...

Warm Up With the Washingtons

Ever wonder how people kept warm before electricity, central heating and electric blankets? More...

Garrison Filmmaker’s Divine Sparks Screens at Jacob Burns

Garrison filmmaker and artist Imogene Drummond’s Divine Sparks 30 minute multi-media film, a “21st-century myth of creat ivi ty for the child in us all,” will be screened at the Jacob Burns Film Center Media Arts Lab in Pleasan More...

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Weekly Quotation

“The first day of spring is one thing,and the first spring day is another. The difference between them is sometimes as great as a month.” Henry Van Dyke