Arts & Entertainment


Monday, July 5

Open Mic Nite – Acoustic music, performance, and/or poetry welcome – For information contact Jackie Schedler at jschedler2@gmail.com – 7:30 pm – Parlor Coffee & Tea House, 742 Warren Street

Wednesday, July 7

High def screening of the Metropolitan Opera production of Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin– Reservations at 822-8448 or www.timeandspace.org – 6:30 pm – Time & Space Limited, 434 Columbia Street

Open Mic Night – Sign up at 7:30 pm – Perform at 8 pm – Red Dot, 319 Warren Street

Wednesday-Sunday, July 7-11

Walking the dog Theater’s production of Thornton Wilder’s Our Town - Directed by David Anderson with music by Jonathan Talbott – No performance on Friday – Reservations at 392-6121 or www.ps21chatham.org - Runs through August 1 - 8 pm  – PS/21, 2980 Route 66, Chatham

Thursday-Sunday, July 8-11

Films at TSL:

  • The Art of the Steal – Documentary on the long and dramatic struggle for control of the Barnes Foundation art collection
  • Beetle Queen Conquers Tokyo – “…the ineffable mystery of Japan’s age-old love affair with insects…”

Schedule at 828-8448 or www.timeandspace.org – Time & Space Limited, 434 Columbia Street

Chicago – the musical – Information and reservations at 392-9292 or www.machaydntheatre.org - Thurs at 2 pm & 8 pm, Fri at 8 pm, Sat at 4 pm & 8 pm, Sun at 2 pm & 7 pm – Mac-Haydn Theatre, 1925 Route 203, Chatham

Friday, July 9

Music at Sunset – Rymanowski Brothers – Part of Town of Greenport Concert Series - 6 pm – Greenport Town Park, Joslyn Boulevard

Debutante Hour - “Quirky, new-fangled, old-timey music from lovely ladies….” – Information at www.thespottydog.com - 8 pm – Spotty Dog Books & Ale, 440 Warren Street

Free Outdoor Movie – Fame – Follows a group of talented performers from the NYC H.S. of Performing Arts – Presented by Time & Space Limited and the PARC Foundation – Bring a chair – Information at 822-8448 or www.timeandspace.org - 8 pm or after dark – Pocket Park, 328 Warren Street

Saturday, July 10

Hudson River School Art Trail Guided Hike of Kaaterskill Falls and Catskill Mountain House – Reservations and information at www.thomascole.org/current-events - 9 am - Thomas Cole National Historic Site, 218 Spring Street, Catskill

Hudson-Mohawk Mercedes-Benz Annual Car Show – Inquiries at hudsonmohawkmbca@gmail.com or 281-3406  – 10 am - Henry Hudson Riverfront Park, over the bridge at intersection of Front and Allen Streets

Summerfest – Chatham Business Alliance Annual Sidewalk Sale – Ghent Band concert from 12 noon to 2 pm – Information at 392-5848 - 10 am-4 pm – Chatham Village

Tours of the historic 1874 Hudson-Athens Lighthouse, sponsored by the Hudson-Athens Lighthouse Preservation Society – Reservations at 822-1014 – Information at www.hudsonathenslighthouse.org or 828-5294 – 11 am-3 pm – Tours depart from Henry Hudson Riverfront Park on the hour and Athens Waterfront Park on the half hour – Henry Hudson Riverfront Park is accessible by driving over the bridge at the intersection of Front and Allen Streets

Hudson Valley Journeys – Walking tours with Mary Ann Zimmerman, will take place “most Saturdays” starting this Saturday, through September  – The tours include a walking tour of Hudson, tracing the boom and bust eras of the city’s past, and a tour of Cedar Park Cemetery - $12 – Reservations at 1-917-880-6732 or maryann@poshnosh.com .

NYS DEC wildlife pathologist Ward Stone will speak on Understanding Wildlife – Information at 781-4823 – 2 pm – Canaan Historical Society, 13 Warner Crossing Road, Canaan

Harvey Granat presents The Great American Songbook, a lecture-performance exploring the life and music of Richard Rodgers – Information and reservations at www.spencertownacademy.org or 392-3693 - 4:30 pm – Spencertown Academy Arts Center

Hudson Wine Merchants hosts a Wine and Port Tasting with Rachel Mark Devine of Broadbent Selections.  Some “best value” wines from New Zealand and Argentina, and artisinal cheeses will also be sampled – RSVP required at 828-6411 – 6 pm – Marianne Courville Gallery, 2nd floor, 341 ½ Warren Street

Author Duane Hampton will sign copies of his new book, Mark Hampton: An American Decorator – 6-8 pm – Rural Residence, 316 Warren Street

Exhibition Opening – Monica Mechling:  Sculptures – 6-8 pm - Carrie Haddad Gallery, 622 Warren Street

Exhibition Opening – David Roth:  New Paintings – 6-8 pm – David Dew Bruner Design, 610 Warren Street

Grupo Fantasma – “A New Generation of Latin Music” – Information and reservations at 828-4800 or info@helsinkihudson.com - 9 pm – Club Helsinki Hudson, 405 Columbia Street

Sunday, July 11

Live simulcast of the National Theatre of London production of Dion Boucicault’s comic masterpiece, London Assurance – Reservations at 822-8448 or www.timeandspace.org – 1 pm – Time & Space Limited, 434 Columbia Street

Two Harpsichords (with strings attached) - Paul Grunberg Memorial Bach Concert – Larry Wallach and Mariken Palmbloom, harpsichordists, accompanied by five-member string ensemble – Reservations at 392-6121 or www.ps21chatham.org -3 pm – PS/21, 2980 Route 66, Chatham

Helsinki’s Grand Ballroom – Ballroom dancing lesson taught by Paul and Nadia Rix from 7 pm to 7:30 pm, music and dancing from 7:30 to 10:30 pm - 21 and over - Information and reservations at info@helsinkihudson.com or 828-4800 -  Club Helsinki Hudson, 405 Columbia Street


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Saturday, July 17

Out of the Closet! Street & Yard Sale – Shop owners and residents will sell their discounted goods and unwanted treasures on the sidewalks and in the yards of Hudson

All phone numbers are in area code 518 unless otherwise indicated.

All addresses are in Hudson, unless otherwise indicated.