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July 11, 2018 05:39 pm

Thursday, July 12 - Sunday, July 15

TSL Films

n First Reformed — Reverend Ernst Toller (Ethan Hawke) is a solitary, middle-aged parish pastor at a small Dutch Reform church in upstate New York on the cusp of celebrating its 250th anniversary. Once a stop on the Underground Railroad, the church is now a tourist attraction catering to a dwindling congregation, eclipsed by its nearby parent church, Abundant Life, with its state-of-the-art facilities and 5,000-strong flock. When a pregnant parishioner (Amanda Seyfried) asks Reverend Toller to counsel her husband, a radical environmentalist, the clergyman finds himself plunged into his own tormented past, and equally despairing future, until he finds redemption in an act of grandiose violence. From writer-director Paul Schrader (Taxi Driver; American Gigolo; Affliction) comes a gripping thriller about a crisis of faith that is at once personal, political, and planetary. 2018. 1h 53 m.

n Summer 1993 — In Carla Simon’s touching autobiographical film, six-year-old Frida looks on in silence as the last objects from her recently deceased mother’s apartment in Barcelona are placed in boxes. Although her aunt, uncle, and younger cousin Anna welcome her with open arms, it’s only very slowly that Frida begins to get used to her new home in the countryside. Punctuated by moments of youthful exuberance and mature ruminations, this coming of age drama, set amongst summery hues, is an extraordinarily moving snapshot of being a child in an adult world, anchored by flawless performances by its two young stars. In Catalan with subtitles. 2017. 1h 36 m.

n The Guardians — An affecting human drama of love, loss, and resilience unfolds against the backdrop of World War I. The women of the Paridier farm, under the deft hand of Hortense, the family’s matriarch (Nathalie Baye), must grapple with the workload while the men, including two sons, are off at the front. Hortense reluctantly brings on an outsider, the hard-scrabble teenage orphan, Francine (Iris Bry), to help her daughter Solange (Laura Smet, Ms. Baye’s real-life daughter). New tools allow the women to triumph over the land, newfound independence is acquired, yet emotions are stirred especially when the men return from the front on short leaves. Beauvois revels in the mysteries and beauties of the French countryside, here unravaged by war, with painterly images bathed in natural light, yet keeps his focus on the intricate drama that plays out against the upheaval of the Great War. In French with subtitles. 2017. 2h 14 m.

n Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami — This electrifying journey through the public and private worlds of pop culture mega-icon Grace Jones juxtaposes musical sequences withintimate personal footage, all the while brimming with Jones’s bold aesthetic. A larger-than-life entertainer, an androgynous glam-pop diva, an unpredictable media presence – Grace Jones is all these things and more. Sophie Fiennes’s documentary goes beyond the traditional music biography, offering a portrait as stylish and unconventional as its subject. Taking us to Jamaica, the studio with longtime collaborators Sly & Robbie, and behind the scenes at shows around the world, the film reveals Jones as lover, daughter, mother, and businesswoman. Jones has said watching the film “will be like seeing me almost naked” and, indeed, Fiennes’s treatment is every bit as genre-bending as its subject, untamed by neither age nor life itself. 2017. 1h 55 m.

n Araby — Andre, a teenager, lives in an industrial town in Brazil near an old aluminum factory. One day, a factory worker, Cristiano, suffers an accident. Asked to go to Cristiano’s house to pick up clothes and documents, Andre stumbles on a notebook, and it’s here that Araby begins – or, rather, transforms. As Andre reads from the journal entries, we are plunged into Cristiano’s life, into stories of his wanderings, adventures, and loves. Beautifully written and photographed, Araby is a fable-like road movie about a young man who sets off on a ten-year journey in search of a better life. In Portuguese with subtitles. 2017. 1h 38 m.

n Hearts Beat Loud — In the hip Brooklyn neighborhood of Red Hook, single dad and record store owner Frank (Nick Offerman) is preparing to send his hard-working daughter Sam (Kiersey Clemons) off to college, while being forced to close his vintage shop. Hoping to stay connected through their shared musical passions, Frank urges Sam to turn their weekly “jam sesh” into a father-daughter live act. After their first song becomes an internet breakout, the two embark on a journey of love, growing up, and musical discovery. 2018. 1h 37 m.

n The Quest of Alain Ducasse — What is the quest of Alain Ducasse, the little boy from Landes who became the most renowned chef and culinary mentor in the world? What can a man who seems to have everything still be searching for? With 23 restaurants across the globe and 18 Michelin stars, Alain Ducasse continues to create restaurants for our times, to build schools, to push the boundaries of his profession toward new horizons with his boundless curiosity. He relentlessly travels the world: for him, cooking is an infinite universe. This public, yet secretive man agreed to be followed for two years, thereby revealing to us his perpetually evolving universe. In French, English, Japanese, Portuguese, and Chinese with subtitles. 2017. 1h 24 m.

n Schedule and tickets at 518-822-8448 or www.timeandspace.org – Time & Space Limited.,

434 Columbia Street

Thursday, July 12

Mamma Mia!

2 p.m. and 8 p.m.

Mac-Haydn Theatre

1925 NY-203, Chatham

518-392-9292

www.machaydntheatre.org

You’ve been asking for it and the time has finally come! This mega hit is sure to have you dancing in the aisles – just don’t do it during the blackouts!

Three Mac-Haydn favorites return as the men of the piece. Gabe Belyeu as Sam, Colin Pritchard as Bill, and Steve Hassmer as Harry.

The inventive and high energy Bryan Knowlton directs and choreographs. A veteran of Mac-Haydn, Bryan’s directorial work includes La Cage Aux Folles and last season’s Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Kevin Gleason designs the sets and Bethany Marx designs the costumes.

Running for 3 big weeks and featuring all the biggest ABBA hits, Mamma Mia! is so much fun, we are certain that once will not be enough! Get your tickets today as the season is selling out fast.

$15 – $36.50

Thursday, July 12

The Mousetrap

8 p.m.

The Theater Barn

654 Route 20, New Lebanon

518-794-8989

www.thetheatrerbarn.org

The world’s longest running play! A group of strangers is stranded in a boarding house during a snow storm, one of whom is a murderer. Murder and mayhem ensue as we chalk up another superb intrigue for the foremost mystery writer of her time.

$27 – $29

Friday, July 13

Just for Fun: Folklife Stories

1 p.m.

PS21: Performance Spaces for the 21st Century

2980 NY-66, Chatham

518-392-6121

www.ps21chatham.org

...with Diata Diata International Folkloric Theatre

Storyteller Pamela Badilia is best known as the matriarch of the Badila clan and co-founder, with her late husband Elombe, of the Diata Diata International Folkloric Theatre. This community theatre company is known for their percussion ensemble. Pamela for many years has brought people together through the power of stories.

FREE ADMISSION – Please sign-up by making a reservation.

Free

Winifred Horan Trio

8 p.m.

PS21: Performance Spaces for the 21st Century

2980 NY-66, Chatham

518-392-6121

www.ps21chatham.org

The extraordinary Irish fiddler Winifred Horan brings her new trio to PS21 for a lively evening of Celtic music with Dan Faiella on guitar and Shane Makem on guitar and vocals. Horan was a member of Cherish the Ladies, the stellar all-female Irish music group, and co-founder of the Irish super group Solas. She has also performed with multiple orchestras including the Boston Pops. She is a nine-time champion Irish stepdancer and an All-Ireland fiddle champion, having won an All-Ireland Junior Fiddle Championship at age eleven.

$10 – $25

The Mousetrap

8 p.m.

The Theater Barn

654 Route 20, New Lebanon

518-794-8989

www.thetheatrerbarn.org

The world’s longest running play! A group of strangers is stranded in a boarding house during a snow storm, one of whom is a murderer. Murder and mayhem ensue as we chalk up another superb intrigue for the foremost mystery writer of her time.

$27 – $29

Mamma Mia!

8 p.m.

Mac-Haydn Theatre

1925 NY-203, Chatham

518-392-9292

www.machaydntheatre.org

You’ve been asking for it and the time has finally come! This mega hit is sure to have you dancing in the aisles – just don’t do it during the blackouts!

The most requested musical in the the history of The Mac-Haydn finally arrives! Betsy Padamonsky leads the all star cast as Donna, revisiting a role she has performed on The National Tour and regionally. Broadway World said of her performance as Donna: “Padamonsky is quite the revelation in that she really brings her own interpretation… Padamonsky focuses on the lyrics and Donna’s motivation with each number showcasing her character’s independent streak.” We are so excited to have her with us.

Joining her are the magnificent Madison Stratton as Tanya. Our audiences will best remember her as The Lady of The Lake in last season’s hillarious Spamalot. Erin Spears and Kelly Gabrielle Murphy round out the wonderful women in our cast. Spears has been seen in numerous roles with us including Mrs. Mullins in Carousel and the wicked stepmother in Into The Woods. Murphy is well remembered as a beautiful Johanna in our haunting Sweeney Todd last season.

Three Mac-Haydn favorites return as the men of the piece. Gabe Belyeu as Sam, Colin Pritchard as Bill, and Steve Hassmer as Harry.

The inventive and high energy Bryan Knowlton directs and choreographs. A veteran of Mac-Haydn, Bryan’s directorial work includes La Cage Aux Folles and last season’s Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Kevin Gleason designs the sets and Bethany Marx designs the costumes.

Running for 3 big weeks and featuring all the biggest ABBA hits, Mamma Mia! is so much fun, we are certain that once will not be enough! Get your tickets today as the season is selling out fast.

$15 – $36.50

Original Roots-Rock

9 p.m.

Club Helsinki

405 Columbia Street, Hudson

518-828-4800

www.helsinkihudson.com

Chuck Prophet, one of contemporary rock’s greatest songwriters, brings his band the Mission Express back to Hudson.

Chuck Prophet embraces a host of traditional and classic sounds, including country, soul, LA rock, indie-rock, folk-rock, and plain old rock ‘n’ roll. Prophet writes and sings wry, trenchant rock songs that connect the dots, musical and otherwise, between Tom Petty, R.E.M., Link Wray, and Warren Zevon.

Lyrically, Prophet is deceptive, seemingly tossing off one-liners in his wry twang, but often in the service of full-fledged story-songs or sociopolitical narratives that are always cinematic, often funny, and subtly brilliant. He describes his new album, “Bobby Fuller Died for Your Sins,” as “California Noir,” which could well describe all of the output of this quirky original who has been associated in one way or another with musicians and bands including Ryan Adams, Lucinda Williams, Alejandro Escovedo, Cake, Kim Richey and Kelly Willis.

The new album includes the song, “Bad Year for Rock and Roll” — a timely homage to rock greats lost in 2016. Prophet name-checks David Bowie in the opening lines: “The Thin White Duke took a final bow / there’s one more star in the heavens now… I’m all dressed up in a mohair suit / watching Peter Sellers thinking of you.”

$20 – $25

Annual Catskills Irish Arts Week

2267 Route 145, East Durham

518-634-2286

https://www.catskillsirishartsweek.com/

A week-long immersion featuring world-class traditional Irish artists! Participate in workshops, lectures, ceilthes, sessions around the village of East Durham. Evening concerts and finale festival on Saturday, July 14th called the “East Durham Trad Fest.” The Irish Catskills “East Durham” becomes a living Irish village with non-stop traditional music, dance, art, and more being heard or seen.

If you can’t get enough of the arts, be sure to check out the Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival, July 19-22! This event, now in its 24th year, is sure to be the best ever and now receives notoriety as world class, and not to be missed.

Thursday, July 12 - Sunday, July 22

The Revenge Of The Space Pandas Or Binky Rudich And The Two-Speed Clock

44 West Bridge Street, Catskill

518-943-3818

www.bridgest.org/the-revenge-of-the-space-pandas-or-binky-rudich-and-the-two-speed-clock

The spirit of Ed Wood lives on in this play for children (and their grown-ups) written by David Mamet, a playwright far better known for his searing (and foul-mouthed) adult dramas. Blast off for the Planet Crestview with a boy scientist, his female sidekick, and a sheep named Bob! Eight performances only, July 12-22. Thursdays through Saturdays at 7:30pm, Sundays at 2:00. “Pay What You Will” performances Thursday July 12 and Sunday July 15. Bridge Street Theatre, 44 West Bridge Street, Catskill, NY. General Admission $25, Students 21 and under $10, Kids ages 5-10 only $5. Discounted advance tickets available at pandas.brownpapertickets.com or by calling 800-838-3006. Tickets will also be sold at the door one half hour prior to each performance subject to availability. For more details, visit BridgeSt.org

Friday, July 13

Nussy’s Country Western BBQ Buffet at Riedlbauer’s Resort

57 Ravine Drive, Round Top

518-622-9584

www.riedlbauersresort.com

Nussy’s Country Western BBQ Buffet at Nussy’s Bier Garten located at Riedlbauer’s Resort. All you can eat BBQ buffet for $15 with BBQ Chicken, Pulled Pork, salads, and more, from 6 - 8 pm every Friday in July and August. Sip on some beer while enjoying live music by The Roving Cowboys from 6 - 9 pm! Fun for the whole family! Hit some balls at the Golf Driving Range, play a friendly game of corn hole, ping pong, or giant Jenga!!! Rain or Shine.

Hotel Kaaterskill: an Illustrated Presentation by George Harding and Bob Gildersleeve

5132 Route 23A, Haines Falls

518-589-6657

www.mths.org

Join MTHS on Friday, July 13th at 7:00 pm in the Ulster & Delaware Train Station for an illustrated presentation on Hotel Kaaterskill. Presenters George Harding and Bob Gildersleeve – George Harding, great-great grandson of the original owner of the Hotel Kaaterskill has generously donated approximately 50 photographs of the Hotel Kaaterskill, its grounds and out-buildings. The photos were apparently taken in preparation for the sale of the property. George and Bob have been making a careful study of the photos which include interior views of the billiard room, bowling alley, kitchen, theater, a guest room and other surprises. Included is the only photo we’ve ever seen of the wood frame hotel laundry. Check our website for further details.

Another Side of Silver: A Tribute to Horace Silver

6093 Main Street, Tannersville

www.23arts.org

23Arts Summer Music Festival Weekend I: Jazz

Featuring Camille Thurman & the Darrell Green Trio

Her tenor saxophone recalls the mastery of legends like Joe Henderson and Dexter Gordon, while her scintillating singing and “remarkable scat prowess” (All About Jazz) has been compared to Ella Fitzgerald and Betty Carter. Camille Thurman is indeed one of the most astonishing young artists in Jazz today, fronting one of the music’s best quartets.

Kicking off the 5th annual 23Arts Summer Music Festival, Thurman honors what would be the 90th birthday of legendary pianist Horace Silver, offering fresh new takes on the music of the the “Hard Bop Grandpop” and exploring his soulful Jazz-Funk of the 1970s with exciting new arrangements and lyrics.

Admission: Suggested donation $20

Annual Catskills Irish Arts Week

2267 Route 145, East Durham

518-634-2286

https://www.catskillsirishartsweek.com/

A week-long immersion featuring world-class traditional Irish artists! Participate in workshops, lectures, ceilthes, sessions around the village of East Durham. Evening concerts and finale festival on Saturday, July 14th called the “East Durham Trad Fest.” The Irish Catskills “East Durham” becomes a living Irish village with non-stop traditional music, dance, art, and more being heard or seen.

If you can’t get enough of the arts, be sure to check out the Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival, July 19-22! This event, now in its 24th year, is sure to be the best ever and now receives notoriety as world class, and not to be missed.

Bridgman|Packer Dance - Truck

62 Water St, Catskill

During the event, Truck will be performed inside a 17-foot U-Haul truck, bringing performance to nontraditional and unexpected locations. Through Bridgman|Packer’s signature integration of live performance and video technology, an ordinary box truck evolves from the utilitarian into a re-imagined space, a micro-world of visions and transformation. Exploring how context changes perception, the work ranges from evocative to humorous, to sensuous, to wacky.

Saturday, July 14

Preview: Zoid

9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Art Omi

1405 County Route 22, Ghent

518-392-4747

www.artomi.org

A preview of zoid by LevenBetts.

The idea of, and name, “zoid” comes from an on-going geometric study in the architecture practice of LevenBetts, based on a single repeatable shape—a right trapezoid. LevenBetts has realized this shape in art installations in New York, public seating in the Miami Design District, a house in Hudson, NY, and now at Omi. Since zoid’s ultimate objective is to be a holistic collective living environment, the study of the architecture is just one component of the whole. Light, the experience of the interior, products and materials are part of the piece. And since affordability will be the ultimate goal of zoid as both a shelter and as a house, the project intends to initiate discussions around socially just space and material production. In the immediate iteration of zoid, the objective is to create a shelter for an arts venue that provides for collectivity and individuality in a dwelling and provides for a basic experience of shelter that engages visually and physically with the landscape and experientially with the other pieces in the collection.

Flip, Fly, & Fetch

10:30 a.m.

FASNY Museum of Firefighting

117 Harry Howard Avenue, Hudson

518-822-1875

www.fasnyfiremuseum.com

SUPER SATURDAY!!!!

Come join us for this canine spectacular that has thrilled audiences all over the world! See the Mutts do tricks and stunts that showcase what athletes dogs really are. These dogs are fire smart too: see them stop, drop and roll, get low and go and more! After the Mutts’ amazing performance, we know you’ll be saying “Bow WOW!!!” Following the show, children will have an opportunity to meet and greet these acrobatic canine stars and their trainers too!

Free

Open Day – Equine Advocates

11 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Equine Advocates

3212 State Route 66, Chatham

518-245-1599

www.equineadvocates.org

If you are going to be in the area, please come and visit us! We know you will have a great time meeting our rescued horses, ponies, donkeys and mules as well as our adorable goats, Charlotte, Jakey and Cello. You will learn where they came from and why they needed to be rescued. It will be a fun, educational experience for all!

Please feel free to picnic at our pond and enjoy one of the most beautiful and serene spots at the sanctuary.

Free

The Mousetrap

4 p.m. and 8 p.m.

The Theater Barn

654 Route 20, New Lebanon

518-794-8989

www.thetheatrerbarn.org

The world’s longest running play! A group of strangers is stranded in a boarding house during a snow storm, one of whom is a murderer. Murder and mayhem ensue as we chalk up another superb intrigue for the foremost mystery writer of her time.

$27 – $29

Shelter from the Storm

4 p.m.

Red Rock Historical Society

407 County Road 24, East Chatham

518-392-2286

A Conversation about U.S. Grant’s Last Days

A conversation between Hugh Howard, author of several books on Historic American residences, and Elizabeth Diggs, playwright of GRANT & TWAIN (which debuts on 9/27 at PS21).

The informal conversation will focus on Grant and his life at The Cottage (Wilton, NY), but may range into a much wider sphere.

A reception will follow.

Elizabeth Diggs, a playwright living in Austerlitz, NY, has been studying the life of Ulysses S. Grant for more than 8 years. During the past 4, she’s been crafting a play focused on a critical time in his life – when writing his memoirs was the only way his family would survive.

Hugh Howard, a Spencertown resident and historian/writer, spends his days visiting and researching historic American residences. From modern steel and glass boxes to antebellum mansions and the homes of famous national figures – coincidentally including Civil War leaders.

$10

Mamma Mia!

4 p.m. and 8 p.m.

Mac-Haydn Theatre

1925 NY-203, Chatham

518-392-9292

www.machaydntheatre.org

You’ve been asking for it and the time has finally come! This mega hit is sure to have you dancing in the aisles – just don’t do it during the blackouts!

The most requested musical in the the history of The Mac-Haydn finally arrives! Betsy Padamonsky leads the all star cast as Donna, revisiting a role she has performed on The National Tour and regionally. Broadway World said of her performance as Donna: “Padamonsky is quite the revelation in that she really brings her own interpretation… Padamonsky focuses on the lyrics and Donna’s motivation with each number showcasing her character’s independent streak.” We are so excited to have her with us.

Joining her are the magnificent Madison Stratton as Tanya. Our audiences will best remember her as The Lady of The Lake in last season’s hillarious Spamalot. Erin Spears and Kelly Gabrielle Murphy round out the wonderful women in our cast. Spears has been seen in numerous roles with us including Mrs. Mullins in Carousel and the wicked stepmother in Into The Woods. Murphy is well remembered as a beautiful Johanna in our haunting Sweeney Todd last season.

Three Mac-Haydn favorites return as the men of the piece. Gabe Belyeu as Sam, Colin Pritchard as Bill, and Steve Hassmer as Harry.

The inventive and high energy Bryan Knowlton directs and choreographs. A veteran of Mac-Haydn, Bryan’s directorial work includes La Cage Aux Folles and last season’s Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Kevin Gleason designs the sets and Bethany Marx designs the costumes.

Running for 3 big weeks and featuring all the biggest ABBA hits, Mamma Mia! is so much fun, we are certain that once will not be enough! Get your tickets today as the season is selling out fast.

$15 – $36.50

Artist Reception

5 p.m. - 7 p.m.

Hudson Hall

327 Warren Street, Hudson

(518) 822-1438

www.hudsonhall.org

Francine Hunter McGivern: Episodic Memory I 1977-present I Installation 1: To Rule Truly is to Serve

Downtown Royalty – Wayne Koestenbaum

Time travel through a notoriously legendary and poetic life; one driven by transformation, myriad ideas, the collaborative process, and metaphysics in all the space between.

Free

Sip, Stroll & Snap

5:30 p.m. - 7 p.m.

Ooms Conservation Area

480 Rock City Road, Chatham

518-392-5252

Join us for a new moon at our conservation area, we’ll take in the clear skies and constellations, and learn how to take night time photos.

Refreshments and locally-sourced drinks provided.

Registration is free but please sign up so we can be in touch in the event of a cancellation.

Free

A Special Artists Reception

5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Gallery at Chatham

34 Main Street, Chatham

518-392-2560

www.gallerychatham.org

A Special Reception Honoring our International Renowned Guest Artists – Robert Hite, Norm Mangusson, Nadine Robbins, Brian Hamill, Elliot Landy and Danny Shanahan.

8th Anniversary Hoot!

6 p.m. - 11:30 p.m.

Empire Farm

556 Empire Road, Copake

518-329-3276

www.farmonfoundation.org

Dinner overlooking the Victory garden , featuring a delicious meal prepared by celebrated chef and author of ‘Autentico, Cooking Italian, the Authentic Way,’ Rolando Beramendi and sourced locally;y from the farmers sitting at your table.

Kick off from 6-8pm for cocktail hour and shop at the farmer’s market cocktail hour complete with live music, vendors, silent auction and local libations!

Come.Join.Celebrate and Shake the hands that feed you!

$165 – $325

Christina Abbott Live

6:30 p.m. - 11 p.m.

Wicked Good Food & Company

122 Lake Street, Niverville

518-784-2215

www.wickedgoodfoodand co.com

Live music in the backyard & patio with local favorite Christina Abbott!

Chef Jereme & his culinary team will be serving up dinner specials & more.

Whimsical Floral Watercolor Workshop

6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

The Chatham Berry Farm

2309 State Route 203, Chatham

518-392-4609

www.thechathamberryfarm.com

Learn decorative , whimsical floral painting in water color & gouache!

What is gouache? It is an opaque water based paint!

Local artist/author & NY Times Best Selling illustrator Jacqueline Rogers will teach you basic plant & flower shapes & how to layer decorative detail on top to create a colorful, playful painting.

For your own personal touch, bring in a photo of your pet to add into your painting!

No experience necessary, all tools and materials provided, light refreshments will be provided.

Sign-up & pre-pay at our farm store!

$50

Music and More – In the Park

7 p.m.

Copake Memorial Park

230 Mountain View Road, Copake

518-329-1234

www.townofcopake.org

Featuring – Fender Bender Band

Free

The 77th New York Regimental Balladeers

8 p.m.

Valatie Community Theatre

3031 Main Street, Valatie

518-758-1309

www.valatiecommunitytheatre.org

The Windham, NY based balladeers are celebrating their twentieth year. The band is dedicated to preserving the songs, tunes, history and spirit of the Antebellum and Civil War Period. “Johnny has Gone for a Soldier 1776-1976” is a music and film tribute to the “citizen soldier”. Experience America’s wartime story through song, still images, film, verse and several sing-a-long segments.

$10

Mariachi Flor de Toloache

8 p.m.

PS21: Performance Spaces for the 21st Century

2980 NY-66, Chatham

518-392-6121

www.ps21chatham.org

Latin Grammy winners Mariachi Flor de Toloache made New York City history as its First and Only All-Women Mariachi Group. Founded in 2008, Mariachi Flor de Toloache is lead by singers Mireya I. Ramos & Shae Fiol. The members hail from diverse cultural backgrounds which defines their unique flavor and sound creating an edgy, versatile and fresh take on traditional Mexican music. While preserving centuries old traditions of Mariachi, their mix of the traditional and the modern pushes the boundaries of the genre and brings Mariachi music to new audiences.

There should be fireworks named after this band, for all the intensity and color and life that bursts forth from Flor de Toloache. NPRs First Listen

$10 – $25

Tannery Pond Concert

8 p.m.

Tannery Pond Concerts

110 Darrow Road, New Lebanon

888-820-1696

www.tannerypondconcerts.org

Inbal Segev, cello, & Juho Pohjonen, piano

$30 – $39

Modern Blues and R&B

9 p.m.

Club Helsinki

405 Columbia Street, Hudson

518-828-4800

www.helsinkihudson.com

Grammy Award-nominated vocalist Shemekia Copeland will bring her singular brand of modern blues, funk, soul, and R&B to Hudson.

The daughter of the late Texas blues guitar legend Johnny Clyde Copeland, Shemekia Copeland has established her own primacy in the field, literally having been crowned the new “Queen of the Blues” by the late Koko Taylor’s daughter, Cookie.

Shemekia Copeland has opened for the Rolling Stones, headlined at the Chicago Blues Festival and numerous festivals around the world, scored critics’ choice awards on both sides of the Atlantic (the New York Times and the Times of London), shared the stage with such luminaries as Buddy Guy, B.B. King, Mick Jagger, and Eric Clapton, and has even performed at the White House for President and Mrs. Obama. She has won several W.C. Handy Awards and Blues Music Awards for her patented blend of modern blues, funk, soul and R&B, and was nominated for a 2017 Blues Music Award in the Contemporary Blues Female Artist category (she won the award the previous year).

Copeland’s passion for singing, matched with her huge, blast-furnace voice, gives her music a timeless power and a heart-pounding urgency. Her music comes from deep within her soul and from the streets of Harlem where she grew up, surrounded by the everyday sounds of the city – street performers, gospel singers, blasting radios, bands in local parks and so much more.

$25 – $30

Real People Real Stories

9:30 p.m.

Ancram Opera House

1330 County Route 7, Ancram

518-329-0114

www.ancramoperahouse.org

Our summer edition features local residents telling personal tales. Inspired by the Moth Radio Hour but with its own unique improvised style, RPRS is already a much-anticipated program. Each storyteller weaves their own unique and authentic narrative that undoubtedly touches on themes that resonate for all.

$20

Bridgman|Packer Dance - Truck

62 Water St, Catskill

During the event, Truck will be performed inside a 17-foot U-Haul truck, bringing performance to nontraditional and unexpected locations. Through Bridgman|Packer’s signature integration of live performance and video technology, an ordinary box truck evolves from the utilitarian into a re-imagined space, a micro-world of visions and transformation. Exploring how context changes perception, the work ranges from evocative to humorous, to sensuous, to wacky.

Music at Grazhda

78 Ukraine Rd., Jewett

www.grazhdamusicandart.org

Come and join us for a relaxing day of music, and enjoy classical, vocal, as well as instrumental music events Saturdays this summer at the Music at Grazhda series. $20 for each person, or $15 for seniors.

Hike to Hotel Kaaterskill Site

5132 Route 23A, Haines Falls

518-589-6657

www.mths.org

Hike to Hotel Kaaterskill Site, Saturday, July 14th – 9:00 am – mid afternoon. In connection with the presentation on July 13, join George Harding, Artie Fries and Paul LaPierre on a two-part hike and exploration of the grounds of the Hotel Kaaterskill and its Laundry. There are still some open questions that we will try to resolve. Exactly where did the laundry building stand? How many people did it employ? What was the function of the extant stone building sometimes referred to as the Wash House? The morning session will concentrate on the Laundry area. Immediately following the morning session we will climb the carriage road to the Hotel site where we will stop to eat (bring your lunch) and explore the grounds looking to identify the sites seen in the newly acquired photographs. The hike should be considered Easy (morning) to Moderate (afternoon or full hike). Meet 9:00 am at the Mountain Top Historical Society 5132 Route 23A Haines Falls., KRT parking lot.

MTHS does not require membership for hike participation however, we encourage you to join as a member or make a donation to the MTHS to support our work. We do request that you register for each hike. Participants can register on our contacts page or by calling (518) 589-6657. Please leave your name, phone number, and # in your party. Schedule subject to change. The latest information is available on our web site http://www.mths.org. Notification of changes, including cancellations due to weather will be made on the web site up to the day of any given hike.

Athens Street Festival

Water Street, Athens

www.athensstreetfestival.org

Free Family Event, Paper Hat Parade to Open Festival, Over 180 Food & Craft Vendors, Antique and Classic Car Show, Athens Lighthouse Tours, Childrens Fun Area, Live Music throughout the Day and Night Fireworks & Much More!

Sunday, July 15

Summer Picnic at Lindenwald

12:30 p.m. - 4 p.m.

Martin Van Buren National Historic Site

1013 Old Post Road, Kinderhook

518-758-9689

www.nps.gov/mava

Music will be provided by The Ghent Band. Pack a picnic basket and bring lawn chairs or a blanket to the front lawn for an afternoon out! Activities for children include crafting a souvenir button and playing 19th century games. Ice cream and lemonade will be served by the Friends of Lindenwald.

Tours of President Van Buren’s home are available daily through October from 9:00am to 4:00pm. Park grounds are open daily during daylight hours.

Free

JH in July

1 p.m. - 3 p.m.

Hudson Valley Distillers, LLC

1727 Route 9, Clermont

518-537-6820

www.hudsonvalleydistillers.com

Live: James Hearne

Powerhouse vocals over woodsy guitars, literate song times wry banter, floor-to-ceiling dynamics plus wall-to-wall heart.

The Mousetrap

2 p.m.

The Theater Barn

654 Route 20, New Lebanon

518-794-8989

www.thetheatrerbarn.org

The world’s longest running play! A group of strangers is stranded in a boarding house during a snow storm, one of whom is a murderer. Murder and mayhem ensue as we chalk up another superb intrigue for the foremost mystery writer of her time.

$27 – $29

Monster Jam

6:30 p.m.

Lebanon Valley Speedway

1746 US Route 20, West Lebanon

518-794-9606

www.lebanonvalley.com

The most action-packed live event on four wheels where world class drivers compete. Monster Jam features high octane spontaneous entertainment and intense competition, featuring the most recognizable trucks in the world.

Each Monster Jam truck is approximately 10.5 feet tall, 12.5 feet wide, 17 feet long and weighs 12,000 pounds. A Monster Jam engine will generate 1,500 horsepower, thanks to a blower that forces air and fuel into the engine. It is powered by methanol fuel, consumed at the rates of three gallons a minute from a specially constructed safety cell. The truck utilizes a four-link racing suspension with four main bars that link the front and rear axles to the frame. It rides on clusters of nitrogen charged shocks that offer 30 inches of travel in the suspension. The BKT tires are 66 inches in diameter and 43 inches wide, inflated to 16-20 psi pressure and (with wheel) weigh 645 pounds each. The driver’s compartment is a steel safety structure, built from tubing and mounted to the truck frame. The truck bodies are custom-built and constructed of fiberglass. Each truck is transported in specially prepared trailers, which can include spare parts and as many as two trucks.

$15 – $40

Mamma Mia!

7 p.m.

Mac-Haydn Theatre

1925 NY-203, Chatham

518-392-9292

www.machaydntheatre.org

You’ve been asking for it and the time has finally come! This mega hit is sure to have you dancing in the aisles – just don’t do it during the blackouts!

The most requested musical in the the history of The Mac-Haydn finally arrives! Betsy Padamonsky leads the all star cast as Donna, revisiting a role she has performed on The National Tour and regionally. Broadway World said of her performance as Donna: “Padamonsky is quite the revelation in that she really brings her own interpretation… Padamonsky focuses on the lyrics and Donna’s motivation with each number showcasing her character’s independent streak.” We are so excited to have her with us.

Joining her are the magnificent Madison Stratton as Tanya. Our audiences will best remember her as The Lady of The Lake in last season’s hillarious Spamalot. Erin Spears and Kelly Gabrielle Murphy round out the wonderful women in our cast. Spears has been seen in numerous roles with us including Mrs. Mullins in Carousel and the wicked stepmother in Into The Woods. Murphy is well remembered as a beautiful Johanna in our haunting Sweeney Todd last season.

Three Mac-Haydn favorites return as the men of the piece. Gabe Belyeu as Sam, Colin Pritchard as Bill, and Steve Hassmer as Harry.

The inventive and high energy Bryan Knowlton directs and choreographs. A veteran of Mac-Haydn, Bryan’s directorial work includes La Cage Aux Folles and last season’s Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Kevin Gleason designs the sets and Bethany Marx designs the costumes.

Running for 3 big weeks and featuring all the biggest ABBA hits, Mamma Mia! is so much fun, we are certain that once will not be enough! Get your tickets today as the season is selling out fast.

$15 – $36.50

Monday, July 16 - Wednesday, July 18

Monster Jam

6:30 p.m.

Lebanon Valley Speedway

1746 US Route 20, West Lebanon

518-794-9606

www.lebanonvalley.com

The most action-packed live event on four wheels where world class drivers compete. Monster Jam features high octane spontaneous entertainment and intense competition, featuring the most recognizable trucks in the world.

Each Monster Jam truck is approximately 10.5 feet tall, 12.5 feet wide, 17 feet long and weighs 12,000 pounds. A Monster Jam engine will generate 1,500 horsepower, thanks to a blower that forces air and fuel into the engine. It is powered by methanol fuel, consumed at the rates of three gallons a minute from a specially constructed safety cell. The truck utilizes a four-link racing suspension with four main bars that link the front and rear axles to the frame. It rides on clusters of nitrogen charged shocks that offer 30 inches of travel in the suspension. The BKT tires are 66 inches in diameter and 43 inches wide, inflated to 16-20 psi pressure and (with wheel) weigh 645 pounds each. The driver’s compartment is a steel safety structure, built from tubing and mounted to the truck frame. The truck bodies are custom-built and constructed of fiberglass. Each truck is transported in specially prepared trailers, which can include spare parts and as many as two trucks.

$15 – $40

Wednesday, July 18

Mamma Mia!

2 p.m.

Mac-Haydn Theatre

1925 NY-203, Chatham

518-392-9292

www.machaydntheatre.org

You’ve been asking for it and the time has finally come! This mega hit is sure to have you dancing in the aisles – just don’t do it during the blackouts!

The most requested musical in the the history of The Mac-Haydn finally arrives! Betsy Padamonsky leads the all star cast as Donna, revisiting a role she has performed on The National Tour and regionally. Broadway World said of her performance as Donna: “Padamonsky is quite the revelation in that she really brings her own interpretation… Padamonsky focuses on the lyrics and Donna’s motivation with each number showcasing her character’s independent streak.” We are so excited to have her with us.

Joining her are the magnificent Madison Stratton as Tanya. Our audiences will best remember her as The Lady of The Lake in last season’s hillarious Spamalot. Erin Spears and Kelly Gabrielle Murphy round out the wonderful women in our cast. Spears has been seen in numerous roles with us including Mrs. Mullins in Carousel and the wicked stepmother in Into The Woods. Murphy is well remembered as a beautiful Johanna in our haunting Sweeney Todd last season.

Three Mac-Haydn favorites return as the men of the piece. Gabe Belyeu as Sam, Colin Pritchard as Bill, and Steve Hassmer as Harry.

The inventive and high energy Bryan Knowlton directs and choreographs. A veteran of Mac-Haydn, Bryan’s directorial work includes La Cage Aux Folles and last season’s Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Kevin Gleason designs the sets and Bethany Marx designs the costumes.

Running for 3 big weeks and featuring all the biggest ABBA hits, Mamma Mia! is so much fun, we are certain that once will not be enough! Get your tickets today as the season is selling out fast.

$15 – $36.50

The Ghent Band

7:30 p.m.

Ghent VFW Gazebo

2237 NY-66, Ghent

Live Music!

Free

Thursday, July 19

Harmonies on the Hudson

6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Clermont State Historic Site

1 Clermont Avenue, Germantown

518-537-4240

www.FriendsofClermont.org

Ian Flanigan

This Hudson Valley native’s sound is an eclectic blend of progressive folk and percussive fingerstyle, featuring a rich, husky voice and evocative lyrics. Ian’s music is reminiscent of a road less traveled, paved with poignant lyrical truths of his past.

Thursday evenings this summer are reserved for our Harmonies on the Hudson Outdoor Concert Series! Relax on our beautiful lawn and enjoy a FREE outdoor concert.

Bring a blanket, chair and a picnic- children are welcome!

Free

JP Harris w/ Chris Acker and the Hayrollers

7:30 p.m.

The Half Moon

48 S. Front Street, Hudson

518-828-1562

www.thehalfmoonhudson.com

J.P. Harris plays Country Music. Not “Americana,” not “Roots,” “Folk,” or any other number of monikers used to describe a slew of spin-off genres; he plays from the foundation of these styles, the music that has influenced four generations of songwriters. In a world where prefixes have been added to the term “Country,” JP simply sticks to the old-fashioned sounds that have called to him.

Chris Acker is originally from Washington state but spends most his time writing songs in New Orleans and performing with the Growing Boys

The Hayrollers are a traditional bluegrass band based in the Hudson Valley and the Berkshires.

$10

Richard II

7:30 p.m.

Hawthorne Valley School Hall

330 County Route 21C, Ghent

518-392-3399

www.school.hawthornevalley.org

William Shakespeare ...directed by Melania Levitsky

A story about identity. Taking place during a dramatic shift in history when tradition, religion and royal lineage get disrupted, the modern age of ruling-by-might is birthed. King Richard is a sovereign who plays at being King. Crowned at the age of 10, and surrounded by flatterers, he rules by ceremony and pillage, repeatedly claiming his righteousness as God’s anointed minister. His downfall comes when he crosses one line too many, and the consequences of his misrule and lack of self-knowledge finally come home to roost, resulting in the new order of King Henry IV.

$10 – $30

The Mousetrap

8 p.m.

The Theater Barn

654 Route 20, New Lebanon

518-794-8989

www.thetheatrerbarn.org

The world’s longest running play! A group of strangers is stranded in a boarding house during a snow storm, one of whom is a murderer. Murder and mayhem ensue as we chalk up another superb intrigue for the foremost mystery writer of her time.

$27 – $29

Grammy Award-Winning Folk-Roots

8 p.m.

Club Helsinki

405 Columbia Street, Hudson

518-828-4800

www.helsinkihudson.com

Grammy Award-winner Patty Griffin, one of contemporary folk music’s greatest singer-songwriters, brings her rootsy, country- and gospel-influenced style to Hudson.

Patty Griffin is among the most consequential singer-songwriters of her generation, a quintessentially American artist whose wide-ranging canon incisively explores the intimate moments and universal emotions that bind us together. Over the course of two decades, the two-time Grammy Award-winner (and seven-time nominee) has crafted nine classic studio albums and two live collections, a remarkable body of work in progress that prompted the New York Times to hail her for “writing cameo-carved songs that create complete emotional portraits of specific people… her songs have independent lives that continue in your head when the music ends.”

Based in Austin, Texas, Griffin made an instant mark with her 1996 debut, “Living With Ghosts,” and its 1998 follow-up, “Flaming Red” – both now considered seminal works of modern folk and Americana. Griffin has since received a number of prestigious accolades, notably the Americana Music Association’s “Artist of the Year” and “Album of the Year” (for 2007’s Grammy Award-nominated “Children Running Through”) as well as the 2011 Grammy Award for Best Traditional Gospel Album, honoring 2010’s “Downtown Church.”

Griffin’s songs have been covered by artists including Emmylou Harris, the Dixie Chicks, Joan Baez, and Bette Midle

$45 – $55

Mamma Mia!

8 p.m.

Mac-Haydn Theatre

1925 NY-203, Chatham

518-392-9292

www.machaydntheatre.org

You’ve been asking for it and the time has finally come! This mega hit is sure to have you dancing in the aisles – just don’t do it during the blackouts!

The most requested musical in the the history of The Mac-Haydn finally arrives! Betsy Padamonsky leads the all star cast as Donna, revisiting a role she has performed on The National Tour and regionally. Broadway World said of her performance as Donna: “Padamonsky is quite the revelation in that she really brings her own interpretation… Padamonsky focuses on the lyrics and Donna’s motivation with each number showcasing her character’s independent streak.” We are so excited to have her with us.

Joining her are the magnificent Madison Stratton as Tanya. Our audiences will best remember her as The Lady of The Lake in last season’s hillarious Spamalot. Erin Spears and Kelly Gabrielle Murphy round out the wonderful women in our cast. Spears has been seen in numerous roles with us including Mrs. Mullins in Carousel and the wicked stepmother in Into The Woods. Murphy is well remembered as a beautiful Johanna in our haunting Sweeney Todd last season.

Three Mac-Haydn favorites return as the men of the piece. Gabe Belyeu as Sam, Colin Pritchard as Bill, and Steve Hassmer as Harry.

The inventive and high energy Bryan Knowlton directs and choreographs. A veteran of Mac-Haydn, Bryan’s directorial work includes La Cage Aux Folles and last season’s Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Kevin Gleason designs the sets and Bethany Marx designs the costumes.

Running for 3 big weeks and featuring all the biggest ABBA hits, Mamma Mia! is so much fun, we are certain that once will not be enough! Get your tickets today as the season is selling out fast.

$15 – $36.50

Every Wednesday through the summer months

Upstreet Farmers’ Market

Warren Street side of Seventh Street Park

4 to 7 p.m.

upstreetmarket@gmail.com

This mid-week market is open in Seventh Street Park every Wednesday through the summer months, bringing food mid-week to Hudson, “by the local, of the local, for the local” and including meats, cheeses, vegetables, bread, butters, eggs, gluten -free foods, and other prepared foods

Every Saturday through November 17

The Hudson Farmers’ Market

9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Corner of Sixth & Columbia Streets

hudsonfarmersmarketny.com

In its usual summer location in the parking lot at the corner of Sixth Street and Columbia Street, where it will reappear every Saturday until November 17. The Cidermakers will be joining the market on a bi-weekly basis. You will find the familiar, friendly group of vendors selling prepared foods, bread, cookies, spring greens, spring flowers, strawberries (!), asparagus, eggs, meats and cheeses, fresh fish, and plants for the vegetable garden, flower beds, hanging baskets and herb gardens – EBT and WIC are accepted by all qualified vendors.

Thursdays through Mondays

Films at TSL

Time & Space Limited, 434 Columbia Street

518-822-8100

www.timeandspace.org

Time & Space Limited shows a wide range of (mostly) independent and foreign films screened Thursdays through Mondays. Consult the website for film descriptions, schedule, and tickets. A monthly calendar can also be found on the website.

Fridays through August

Riverside summer concert series

7 to 9 p.m.

518-522-9470

Athens Performing Arts Corporation has launched its riverside summer concert series – During the summer months, live music is presented in Athens Riverfront Park on Friday nights from 7 to 9 p.m. The series started on June 22 with Kristen Capolino (blues, soul, rock) and continues on Fridays through August 24 - Hudson Cruises’ Hudson-Athens ferry service runs on Fridays and Saturdays from 6 to 10 p.m. and takes passengers directly to the riverfront park in Athens. The season finale will be on Thursday, August 30 with Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds.

Fridays & Saturdays

Hudson-Athens Ferry

518-822-1014

hudsoncruises.com

Hudson Cruises provides a regular evening Hudson-Athens Ferry service on Fridays and Saturdays during the summer months beginning Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend and sometimes beyond. Roundtrip tickets available on the boat for cash only – No one-way tickets are sold. Advance purchase of 10 tickets is available at a discounted price on the boat. Bicycles are allowed on the ferry if room permits. The ferry departs Hudson on the hour and Athens on the half hour from 5:00 pm to 10:30 pm – (Last return from Athens at 10:30 pm – Don’t miss the boat!) – In Hudson, go to the waterfront via the Broad Street grade crossing, past the Amtrak Station on Front Street. The city dock is behind the gazebo in Henry Hudson Riverfront Park on Water Street.

The Hudson River School of Art Trail Hikes

Thomas Cole National Historic Site and Catskill Mountain Wild have launched a series of professionally guided hikes called The Hudson River School of Art Trail Hikes 2018. Thomas Cole (1801-1848) founded America’s first major art movement—the Hudson River School of landscape painting—and many of the views that inspired Cole, his legendary student Frederic Church, and other Hudson River School artists are made accessible by the Hudson River School of Art Trail, which includes twenty locations in the Hudson River Valley. The hikes will take place once a month, They started on June 23 and will continue through October on subsequent Fridays — July 27, August 24, September 28, and October 26. Each hike will be guided by a licensed guide from Catskill Mountain Wild, a guide service creating custom outdoor adventures. All hikes begin in Haines Falls or Catskill. Information on how to register for the hikes, and other details can be found at www.thomascole.org/events. The hikes are presented in partnership with Olana State Historic Site, The Olana Partnership, and a number of national, state and county agencies.

SUNDAY MATINEES

Kid Flicks One

Basilica Hudson, 110 South Front Street

www.basilicahudson.org

Basilica’s Free Family Matinee Screening Series – Recommended for children from 3 to 7 years of age. On select summer Sundays, Basilica Hudson will be screening the Kids Flicks Tour — The best short films from the 2018 New York International Children’s Film Festival! All matinee screenings will be open to the public with free admission to all. The series kicked off with Party Mouth (USA), I Want to Live in the Zoo (Russia), and If You Fall (Canada).

Ongoing Exhibitions

Costume & Custom: Middle Eastern Threads at Olana

Olana State Historic Site

5720 State Route 9G, Greenport

518-828-1872 x 103

www.OLANA.org

The Olana Partnership is focused this summer on a new exhibition called Costume & Custom: Middle Eastern Threads at Olana – Many programs are being built around the theme of this exhibition. The Artists on Art Tours series, for example, is a collaboration with the Institute of Arab and Islamic Art in New York City. The collaboration enables contemporary working artists to interpret the Main House at Olana from their own unique perspectives. Participating artists this season are of Arab descent and will bring their personal and expansive perspective touching on themes such as Olana’s Persian influence, landscape, identity, clothing, gender, as well as the larger issues of Orientalism and Islamophobia. These tours are offered twice a month and followed by an in-depth discussion with the artist.

Picturesque & Sublime: Thomas Cole’s Trans-Atlantic Inheritance

Thomas Cole National Historic Site

218 Spring Street, Catskill

thomascole.org/events

Thomas Cole National Historic Site opened this new exhibition on May 1. It will be on view through November 4 - The exhibition was created in collaboration with the Yale Center for British Art and members of the Yale History of Art Department - It complements the Thomas Cole exhibition now on view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

A Conversation

The exhibition will be available for viewing during library hours through July 1

Hudson Area Library, 51 North Fifth Street (corner of State Street)

518-828-1792, x 101

youth@hudsonarealibrary.org

A special art exhibition in the library’s Community Room featuring local artists Sonia Ruscoe and Sher Stevens – A Conversation explores an intergenerational female gaze on the femme form. These two perspectives, shown as one exhibit, create a conversation that takes place between the artists’ work, exploring the relation and dissonance of their mediums, as well as the influence of their time in history on how they view female bodies. Sher Stevens’s work reclaims the classical treatment of the female form throughout art history, while Sonia Ruscoe relishes in the maximalism of 21st-century femme lifestyles. Both celebrate and critique the societal ideals of women. Sonia Ruscoe lives and works in Hudson. She paints both figuratively and abstractly using acrylic paint. Sher Stevens is a professional sculptor, tile maker, artisan and instructor.

Three Rivers Art Project

On display through the month of June

Elbaz Studio & Gallery

711 Warren Street, Hudson

518-822-1097

All are welcome to see the opening exhibit at the new Elbaz Studio & Gallery at 711 Warren Street. The gallery is celebrating its official opening and its first collaboration with Three Rivers Art Project, as well as Israel’s 70th anniversary. In response to a call for artists for this juried show, 70 artists from all over Israel were selected from over 400 applicants. Their work, in various mediums, will be on display through the month of June.

Stars and Cells

On view through July 15

September Gallery

#3, 449 Warren Street, Hudson

518-822-1333

www.septembergallery.com

kristen@septembergallery.com

Works by Nicole Cherubini, Victoria Fu, and Carrie Moyer – Curated by Jen Mergel.

Figures We Fancy

On view through July 29

Carrie Haddad Gallery

622 Warren Street, Hudson

518-828-1915

carriehaddadgallery.com

Works by Mark Beard, David Dew Bruner, Robert Goldstrom, Greg Decker, David Austin, Louise Laplante, and Abel Ramirez.

Sextet III

On view through July 14

Limner Gallery

123 Warren Street, Hudson

Works by Yuko Mizobuchi, Traci Mims, David Sheskin, Anthony Ruscitto, Christy Marie, and Scott Dow

SCULPTURE

On view through July 22

Concepto Gallery

741 Warren Street, Hudson

concepto.gallery@gmail.com

Works by Jake Fallat, Margaret Roleke, and Steve Rosenzweig, providing ethree distinct expressions of the medium.

Illumination: Light from Darkness

On view through July 15

Gallery, Spencertown Academy Arts Center

790 Route 203, Spencertown

info@spencertownacademy.org

A flash of understanding, insight, epiphany. This year’s Annual Photography Show highlights the work of twenty-one photographers who artfully display, in both black and white and color, how this year’s theme, “illumination,” inspires their imagery. The exhibition exemplifies the deeply personal process of creating art in all of its forms.

Six solo exhibitions of sculpture and painting

Main Galleries, Sculpture Garden and Carriage House

6 to 8 p.m.

John Davis Gallery

362 ½ Warren Street, Hudson

518-828-5907

www.columbiacountytourism.org

Work by Yura Adams, Lightswitch; Howard Kalish, sculpture; Rodney Dickson, paintings; Holly Hughes, paintings; Clay Sorrough, paintings; and Yi Zhang, sculpture – On view through July 15 – Information at or go to art@johndavisgallery.com