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CATSKILL — Those gorgeous 58 artisan cats that have recently disappeared from the village are anxiously to learn if they will have new homes this year.

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SPENCERTOWN — Spencertown Academy Festival of Books presents Just When You Need a Laugh Cartoonists in Conversation at 4:30 p.m. Sept. 12. Free on Zoom: Registration required by Sept. 11. Take two New Yorker cartoonists, add a keen observer of the venerable magazine’s one-panel wonders, and …

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SCHUYLERVILLE — The Laffer Gallery announced it will open a new exhibit, “Progressive Process,” on Sept. 12 at 96 Broad St., Schuylerville. The exhibit will run through Oct. 18, and will feature artwork by artists Nick Patten, JoAnn Axford and Leslie Peck.

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RHINEBECK — Upstate Films presents Galaxy Quest Dinner & A Movie Screening at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 12 (rain date Sept. 17) at Delamater House, 6387 Mill St., Rhinebeck. Film begins at 8 p.m. or so. Tickets are $65 for Upstate Films members; $75 non-members.

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GERMANTOWN — This summer Clermont State Historic Site will be offering a series of talks and performances on the back porch of the house based on the seven generations of Livingstons who lived at Clermont.

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COPAKE — The Two Of Us Productions, the award winning theater company based in Columbia County, presents a virtual-live staged reading of the murder mystery SOME SHOW. This performance, the 12th in their Virtual Live-Staged Reading Series, is being presented at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 19.

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GARRISON — Garrison Art Center, 23 Garrison’s Landing, Garrison, is honored to present ILLUMINATE, works on paper by Meg Hitchcock. This will be her first solo exhibition at Garrison Art Center and she will be exhibiting works in both galleries. The exhibition will run from Sept. 19 through …

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HUNTER — The Catskill Mountain Foundation’s Orpheum Dance Program presents Nikita Boris in We Will Dance Again, A Virtual Production Special 24-Hour Release on YouTube at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 12.

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Back in the day when a great debate raged over the superiority of alternating current over direct current, the two prominent antagonists at the turn of the 20th century were direct current promoter Thomas Alva Edison, who already invented and profited from the incandescent bulb, and Nikola T…

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Children’s programming leads off the Festival’s author presentations again this year, but on Zoom instead of under the tent. Author-illustrator Jacqueline Rogers reads her latest work, Goblin Moon, and offers drawing workshops based on her spirited story about Halloween.

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We hope you enjoy today’s post. NYS Writers Institute Director Paul Grondahl interviews journalist and novelist Stephen P. Kiernan in this wide-ranging discussion of writing, the challenges of launching a book during this pandemic, and the extensive research that went into Stephen’s new nove…

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HUDSON — Hudson Area Library’s Adult Spanish Language classes continue online this fall. Classes begin Tuesday, September 8 and continue through Tuesday, November 10. The Advanced Beginner class meets Tuesdays 5:30-6:30pm and Intermediate on Tuesdays 6:30-7:30pm. The Advanced Beginner classe…