Join us for: The American Kennel Club Scent Trials at the Museum! After the tragic events of 9/11, there was a push in this country, due to the increased demand for detection and search and rescue dogs, to increase focus on scent training and breeding programs domestically. Scent work is a sport that helps nurture ... Read more
Kickstart your month outdoors at Olana! Learn more about Olana and its artist-designed landscape during hour long walking tours beginning at the Wagon House Education Center at the historic farm complex. Each tour will cover a different portion of Olana’s 250-acre landscape and 5 miles of carriage roads. This gentle walk will cover about 1 ... Read more
The Hudson Area Library presents an exhibit of the interpretative panels along the Albany-Hudson Electric Trail and historic images of the Electric Park, an amusement park at the Kinderhook stop of the old rail line that is now the Electric Trail. Join us for an opening reception in the Library Community Room. The event will ... Read more
The Bard College Percussion Studio is a diverse collection of students studying contemporary and orchestral percussion. At the core of the studios mission is a commit to explore music from composers of under represented communities. Students frequently perform and present works of composers from these communities through their chamber music concerts and community performances.
We are launching our 31st season with a staged reading by Carol Mullen. For The People is the fictional story of Pittsburgh city councilwoman Meg Cabot, the first openly lesbian elected official in Pennsylvania who, after a vicious hate crime, is suddenly thrust onto the national political stage. With her hard-charging chief of staff steering ... Read more