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Port Jervis: Lunch Time Adult Coloring Hour

October 05, 2016 at The HUB at The Port Jervis Free Library in Port Jervis.


As a result of the very popular late-afternoon Adult Coloring hour, the Public Computer Center (The Hub) at the Port Jervis Free Library is adding a second Adult Coloring Hour to be held
during the lunch hour from 12:00 to 1:00pm starting February 24th and meeting every other Wednesday. This, like the late afternoon edition, will be hosted by Hub Trainer, Elaine Votraw.

In addition to crayons, markers, pencils, bring a covered beverage, soup, salad, or cold sandwich and enjoy coloring while you enjoy your lunch. Yes, croutons and crayons do go together!

Coloring is a great way to help you unwind and relax. The health benefits go beyond relaxation, and include exercising fine motor skills and training the brain to focus. This is a fun way to add color to your lunch hour, meet new people, or just share a new experience with old friends.

There is no charge for attending, but we do request that you register in advance at The Hub by calling us to have enough tables and chairs available. If you do not have a coloring book, just ask Elaine or any of our Trainers at The Hub to help you find just the right picture online.

Address: 138 Pike St, Port Jervis
Lunch Time Adult Coloring Hour

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Albany: Science Cafe: Historical Archaeology in Albany

October 17, 2016 at The City Beer Hall in Albany.


It’s back! The Science Cafe returns to City Beer Hall on October 17, this time with the topic Historical Archaeology in Albany. The New York State Museum invites you to grab a drink and join us for insightful, casual conversation as you have the opportunity to meet a Museum scientist or curator, learn about their research, and have a rousing discussion.

FREE event; food and drink not included.

Address: 42 Howard St, Albany
Science Cafe: Historical Archaeology in Albany

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New Paltz: 2016-Surfing the Cosmic Wave

October 09, 2016 at The Living Seed in New Paltz.



Understand how your birth chart illustrates your personal limitations and your strengths
Understand the Synchronicity of Planetary Trends and your Personal Growth
What are your lessons, where is your Power and what are your Gifts

If you have wondered why there is so much weirdness and change in people’s lives, our culture(the election, for example) and on the planet(weather, etc), or you have been feeling “off” , having strange perceptions, or symptoms the doctors find no answers for, you may find this workshop very revealing and useful.

We will cover a planetary overview and correlations to our personal experiences on earth. You will leave with a more wholesome, evolutionary perspective. It is true, although not so comfortable, that chaos and uncertainty on an individual basis is a routine harbinger of breakthrough and rebirth.

The 10 attendees charts will be reviewed in the context of the current astrology and how best to navigate these times given each of their lessons, strengths/weaknesses, and Gifts.

Workshop Price: $50 Pre-registration required.
(limited to 10 participants)

To register, please contact:
Sharon Lococo – sharonlococo@gmail.com 845-453-1082
Alexander Mallon – astrologyspirit@gmail.com 845- 802- 6111

Address: 521 Main St (Route 299), New Paltz
2016-Surfing the Cosmic Wave

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New York: Shabbat on the Hudson

September 30, 2016 at Baylander IX-514 in New York.


Gather, dine and unwind with our community of Shabbat makers. With NYC as our backdrop, aboard the beautiful vintage aircraft carrier, the Baylander IX-514, let’s end our week together with intention as we connect with ourselves and one another.

Enjoy MNDFL meditation, sunset views on the Hudson River, open wine bar, DIY cocktails, and a communal Shabbat dinner. Dinner prepared by Project Renewal’s Comfort Foods Catering.

Join OneTable hosts, guests, supporters and friends for a Friday night dinner filled with good drinks, good food and good vibes.

Special thanks to our Host Committee (in formation):
Michael Becker, Aaron Bock, Erika Eskenazi, Aaron Krantz, Kerry Miller, Ariel Siegel & Josh Mitrani.

7:00 p.m. Arrivals and mingling
7:30 p.m. MNDFL Meditation
8:00 p.m. Shabbat Dinner

To learn more about Table Setters and sponsorship opportunities, contact Julia@onetable.org. To request a certified Kosher meal, contact Zoe@onetable.org.

Address: West Harlem Piers, New York
Shabbat on the Hudson

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Manhasset: Journey through Smyrna screening at NYC Greek Film Festival

October 10, 2016 at Bow Tie Cinemas in Manhasset.



Direction: Chrysovalantis Stamelos

Ninety-three years after the destruction of Smyrna, Greek and Turkish musicians form the group NeaBanda, determined to perform the soulful Smyrneika songs on the streets and quay of Smyrna, today’s Izmir. This new documentary by the director of HELLO ANATOLIA records the emotional journey that brought the original music of Asia Minor back to its homeland.

Sunday, October 2, 4:30 PM
Directors Guild of America Theater

Monday, October 10, 7:00 PM
Bow Tie Manhasset Cinema

Thursday, October 13, 7:30 PM
Museum of the Moving Image

The director is expected to attend the October 2 screening.

Address: 430 Plandome Rd, Manhasset
Journey through Smyrna screening at NYC Greek Film Festival

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Lake George: Lake George Harvest Festival

October 21, 2016 at Lake George (village), New York in Lake George.


Lake George Harvest Festival features: Great Live Bands, Food, Beverages, Tourism, Vendors, Rides & Much More! Visit: http://lakegeorgeharvestfestival.com

Battleground Park, Lake George Village (map: http://lakegeorgeharvestfestival.com/event-spacevendors.html)

** FRI (10/21): Funk Evolution / Formula5

** SAT (10/22): Capital Zen / Vatrano Road / Dashboard Anthem / UPG / Bob Barker Band / Moriah Formica

** SUN (10/23): SIRSY (3PM) / Country Fresh / Madison Vandenberg

Lake George Harvest Festival

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Brooklyn: Mommy, Vanity (Dual Record Release Show) Featuring Urochromes

October 01, 2016 at Aviv in Brooklyn.



Mommy– ‘Songs About Children’ LP on Toxic State Records

Vanity– ‘Don’t be Shy’ LP on Katorga Works Records

Urochromes– Western Mass BFF’s

9pm, $8
496 Morgan Ave, Brooklyn, NY


Address: 496 Morgan Ave, Brooklyn
Mommy, Vanity (Dual Record Release Show) Featuring Urochromes

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Fairport: Program: May Your Days Be Merry and Bright by Michael Lasser

December 13, 2016 at Perinton Historical Society & Fairport Museum in Fairport.


Author Michael Lasser will sign copies of his books, America’s Songs ($33.95) and America’s Songs II ($34.95) cash and checks accepted, from 6-7 p.m. His presentation, “May Your Days Be Merry and Bright: The Unlikely Story of America’s Christmas Anthem” begins at 7:00 p.m.

Final bids for the 2016 PHS Yuletide Traditions silent auctions fundraiser will be taken from 6-7 p.m., with winners announced following Mr. Lasser’s presentation.

Michael Lasser tells the story of how Irving Berlin came to write “White Christmas” and the unlikely way it became a hit. For a songwriter who usually kept his own feelings hidden, what he thought would be a conventional Christmas soon became one of the great hits of World War II, the most valuable copyright in all of American music, and one of Berlin’s most personal songs. Since “White Christmas” permanently set America’s Christmas in a snowy New England and also established the habit of writing new hit songs every Christmas season, Lasser also talks about some of the other classic Christmas songs written in the next few years. Among them are “The Christmas Song,” “Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow,” and “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.”

Michael Lasser is a lecturer, writer, broadcaster, critic, and teacher. He is the co-author of America’s Songs: The Stories Behind the Songs of Broadway, Hollywood and Tin Pan Alley, and the author of America’s Songs II: From the 1890s to the Post-War Years. Last month, he completed 36 years as host of the nationally syndicated public radio show, Fascinatin’ Rhythm, winner of a 1994 Peabody Award. A graduate of Dartmouth College, he is the former theater critic for The Rochester Democrat & Chronicle and City, and speaks often at museums and universities around the country. In 2010, he was named a Thomas P. Johnson Distinguished Visiting Scholar at Rollins College. He recently finished his third book, City Songs: The American Popular Song, 1900-1950.

This event is free to attend and is open to the public.

Address: 18 Perrin St, Fairport
Program: May Your Days Be Merry and Bright by Michael Lasser

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Poughkeepsie: MCCTA Presents: Almost, Maine

October 06, 2016 at Mccta in Poughkeepsie.


The Marist College Club of Theatre Arts presents Almost, Maine by John Cariani!

Directed by Irene Elias

Show Times:
Thursday. October 6th at 8pm
Friday, October 7th at 8pm
Saturday, October 8th at 8pm

Location: The Cabaret

Ticket Prices:
$5 for students & $10 for adults
Tickets can be purchased at https://boxofficemccta.yapsody.com/ Any questions, email boxofficemccta@gmail.com.

“One cold, clear Friday night in the middle of winter, while the northern lights hover in the sky above, Almost’s residents find themselves falling in and out of love in the strangest ways. Knees are bruised. Hearts are broken. Love is lost, found, and confounded. And life for the people of Almost, Maine will never be the same.”

Address: 3399 North Rd, Poughkeepsie
MCCTA Presents: Almost, Maine

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Glens Falls: Panel Discussion | Closing Day of Dürer & Rembrandt

October 02, 2016 at The Hyde Collection in Glens Falls.


On Sunday, October 2, The Hyde Collection will offer an exciting Closing Day Panel Discussion, designed to coincide with the final opportunity to view our blockbuster summer exhibition, Dürer & Rembrandt: Master Prints from the Collection of Dr. Dorrance Kelly. The program begins at 2 pm in the Museum’s Helen Froehlich Auditorium, and it will be immediately followed by a reception in the Art Studio, where the public can meet the experts and enjoy refreshments.

Moderated by The Hyde’s Director, Erin Coe, the talk will feature Catherine Bindman, an editor and art critic specializing in prints; Armin Kunz, print expert and director of C.G. Boerner, LLC in New York City; and Jonathan Canning, Curator at The Hyde. The panel will discuss Rembrandt, Dürer, the art market, and issues associated with collecting Old Master prints

What do you want to know about Durer & Rembrandt: Master Prints from the Collection of Dr. Dorrance Kelly? Leave your question in the comments below and we will include it in the Panel Discussion on October 2.

$10 members / $20 non-members (includes the Panel Discussion, refreshments, and day-long Museum admission)
RSVP to 518-792-1761 ext. 310 or adminassist@hydecollection.org

Address: 161 Warren St, Glens Falls
Panel Discussion | Closing Day of Dürer & Rembrandt

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