Rhinebeck in November 2009

Beauty. Mystery. Nature Transformed

October 16th to November 10th

Hammertown Gallery, Rhinebeck

Each of the artists in “Beauty. Mystery. Nature Transformed” at the Hammertown Rhinebeck Gallery seek to preserve, translate and expand our worldview of our natural landscape and environment – while bringing the restorative energy of nature inside the walls of our home environment no matter where we live.   This exhibit is designed to inspire — and support our commitment to help our customers ‘love where you live’ while supporting the local community of artists and creative people.” Hammertown will also support the local community by donating 5% of art sales commissions to the Berkshire Taconic Foundation in support of arts education and creative programs that heal underserved children through the arts.  www.elisatucciart.com

Art For A Cause

October 17th – November 14th

Morton Memorial Library

Free Art Workshops for Middle School & High School Students in Rhinebeck! Art For a Cause is a series of Saturday workshops for 6th-12th grade students co-sponsored by Young Rhinebeck, Bard College and Morton Memorial Library & Community House. The focus of the fall, 2009 series will be book making and book reconstruction. WHEN: Saturdays, 10:00 am – 12:00 noon Oct. 17, 24, 31 and Nov. 14 (Note: No workshop on Nov. 7) WHERE: Morton Memorial Library & Community House 82 Kelly Street, Rhinecliff WHAT: In this series of four workshops led by Bard College art students, young artists of Rhinebeck will be learning how to create books! Our first two workshops will be devoted to taking apart old books, learning how they are put together, and turning them into art the students can call their own. The last two workshops will be all about making books: sewn books, accordion books, and even a little bit about hardcover books. By the end, each student will have made and designed their own notebooks, diaries, or sketchbooks, and will also make some to donate to a children’s organization of their choice. REGISTRATION: Space is limited and pre-registration is required. The workshop is limited to 20 students.  

Young Rhinebeck 309-0932

Halloween Bake Sale

Friday, October 30th 9am–1pm in main lobby, Northern Dutchess Hosp., Rhinebeck. 845-871-3500

 

Mary Caponegro Reading

October 30th Author of The Star Cafe, Five Doubts, The Complexities of Intimacy, will read from new short story collection, All Fall Down. 7:30pm. Oblong Books, Rhinebeck. Call for details: 845-876-0500

 

John Cage Symposium

Friday, October 30—Saturday, October 31st Fri perf by Bard Conservatory faculty & students, 7:30pm in Fisher Ctr. Sat performances include Dance Music for Elfrid Ide; Amores; Credo in Us; Chess Pieces. Legendary Toronto-based percussion quintet Nexus will perform. Free. 8pm, Fisher Ctr., Bard. 845-758-790

Rhinebeck Farmers’ Market

May 10th – November 22nd  Municipal Parking Lot – East Market StThe Hudson Valley’s premier farmers’ market featuring the freshest and best locally grown produce, as well as meats, cheeses, bread, wine, flowers, honey and much, much more! Special events, free tastings & free live music, all season long. www.rhinebeckfarmersmarket.com

 

Jay Ungar & Molly Mason – American Music Concert

November 6th  Rhinebeck Auditorium – 45 N. Park Rd., Rhinebeck Friday, Nov. 6th at 7:30PM. Premier traditional American musicians featuring fiddle, guitar & piano. Their haunting composition, “Ashokan Farewell,” was the theme song for PBS’s Ken Burns “The Civil War,” series. Appearances on Great Performances, A Prairie Home Companion, and their own show — WAMC’s Dancing on the Air. A perfect evening for all ages. Tickets: $15 gen/$12 seniors/ $8 students. DISCOUNT Advance Sale available until 11/5 at GHP4@aol.com or 845-876-6880 $10/$8/$5 For more information: Pat Sexton (845) 876-6880 or GHP4@aol.com 

Rhinebeck Science Foundation Discovery Festival

November 7th   Rhinebeck High School/Bulkeley Middle School The second Rhinebeck Science Foundation Discovery Festival takes place on November 7th from 11 AM to 2 PM and is gearing up to be one of the biggest local events of the year. We’ve moved to a new, bigger location — the Rhinebeck High School/ Bulkeley Middle School — allowing us to offer a much broader scope of exhibits and activities for kids of all ages. Omega, Clearwater, Locust Grove, IBM, and the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies will be among the thirty plus exhibitors on hand. The Discovery Festival has been created specifically to show kids and their families just how cool the sciences can be. How? By making science an interactive, hands-on experience and by showing the way science touches our everyday lives in ways that are both profound and exhilarating. The Discovery Festival – it’s as much about having fun as it is about expanding your mind. Don’t miss it! www.rhinebecksciencefoundation.org

 

Alice Spears Photographic Exhibit

November 7th-December 30th   MONTGOMERY ROW “Capturing The Love” “Dance Partners: Animals and Their People” Monday – Saturday 9am – 6pm. Thursday open late until 7:30. A solo photographic exhibit by Alice Spears A reception with the artist will be held Saturday November 5 from 5-7pm. For more information on “”Capturing the Love” “Dance Partners: Animals and Their People” please contact Sue Hartshorn (above) or Alice Spears (alicia999@frontiernet.net). Sue Hartshorn-845.876.0543  www.montgomeryrow.com

 

Pippin

November 6— November 8 Golden Stone Productions. Fri & Sat 8pm; Sun 3pm. Ctr. for Perf. Arts, Rhinebeck. Call for ticket info: 845-876-3080

 

Northeast Handspinners

Sunday November 7h Handspinning demos, yarn spinning workshops, & lots more. Organized by Northeast Handspinners. At Church of the Good Shepherd, 3 Mulberry St., Rhinebeck. 518-695-3423 

 

Jedidiah Berry Reading

Sunday, November 8 Author of post-fantasy detective novel, The Manual of Detection. 2:30pm. Part of Innovative Contemporary Fiction series. Weis Cinema, Bertelsmann Campus Ctr, Bard College. 845-758-1539

 

Heartfelt Memorials and Tributes

November 11th The Reformed Church of Rhinebeck A 35-min. PowerPoint presentation given by Interfaith Minister Reverend Judith Johnson. Provides an overview of how and why people are making new choices for end of life rituals and how Reverend Johnson is helping people to document their preferences and essential information ahead of time. Judith Johnson 845 516 4106

 

Elaine Colandrea Dance

Saturday, November 14th—
Sunday, November 15th Original dance premiere with a dozen guest dancers, violinist Rachel Evans & visual projections. $20/$18/$12. Sat 8pm; Sun 3pm. Ctr. for Perf. Arts, Rhinebeck. Call for ticket info: 845-876-3080

 

Duo Rhone

November 15 Flute & harp duo to perform Camille Saint-Saens’ Fantaisie Op. 95; Toru Takemitsu’s Toward the Sea; set of Spanish & Latin Folk Songs; Rondo in E-min, transcribed for flute & harp by Curenton/Kibbey. Bach’s Sonata in E-flat BWV 1031; Robert Beaser’s Mountain Songs. Preconcert talk 3:30pm; concert 4pm. $25. Rhinebeck Chamber Music Soc. At Church of the Messiah. Rhinebeck. 845-876-2870

 

Holiday Auction

November 15th  Viewing & refreshments 1pm; auction starts at 2pm. Organized by Quitman Resource Ctr. .& Museum of Rhinebeck History. At Rhinebeck Town Hall, 80 E. Mkt. St., Rhinebeck. Lida Traver Landy: 845-876-3867 or Brenda Klaproth: 845-876-2426

 

 The World Goes Round

November 20th – November 22nd Up in One Productions of song & dance. $20/$18. Sat 8pm; Sun 3pm. Ctr. for Perf. Arts, Rhinebeck. Call for ticket info: 845-876-3080

 

 Thanksgiving Bake Sale

November 25 9am–1pm in main lobby, Northern Dutchess Hosp., Rhinebeck. 845-871-3500

 

 The World Goes Round

November 27th —Sunday, November 29th Up in One Productions of song & dance. $20/$18. Sat 8pm; Sun 3pm. Ctr. for Perf. Arts, Rhinebeck. Call for ticket info: 845-876-3080

 

 Holiday Whodunit

November 29th – December 27th  Staatsburgh State Historic Site Held on Sunday, November 29; December 6, 13, 20,& 27 from 1 – 4 pm, the “Holiday Whodunit” program at the Staatsburgh State Historic Site is an annual tradition and a children’s mystery adventure. This year’s mystery is based on the December 1909 celebration marking the 300 years since Henry Hudson’s voyage, also the 102nd year since the invention of the first successful steamboat. The clues to the mystery are delivered by costumed interpreters. This is a family fun xperience! Fee for adults, Children 12 and under are free.

 

A Gilded Age Christmas

November 27th– December 31st Staatsburgh State Historic Site-Staatsburgh State Historic Site Invites you to Experience A Gilded Age Christmas 2009 Holiday Hours for Staatsburgh State Historic Site November 27 – 29 Friday, Saturday, Sunday 12:00 to 5:00 pm December 2- December 6 Wednesday – Sunday 12:00 to 5:00 pm December 9 – December 13 Wednesday – Sunday 12:00 to 5:00 pm December 16 – December 31- Open Daily 12:00 – 5:oop.m. CLOSED DECEMBER 25TH Additional Evening hours DECEMBER 26TH…….6:00 to 8:00 pm Admission fees: $5 Adults, $4 seniors & students, children 12 and under – Free. “Holiday Whodunit” (Children 6 – 12 years old) Sundays, Nov. 29, Dec. 6,13,20,27 1:00 to 4:00 pm (ongoing)   845-889-8851