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MidHudson Adirondack Mountain Club Outings Schedule May 2018

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MHADK OUTINGS SCHEDULE MAY 2018
(If changes/additions to these hikes occur, they will be found on the website: www.MidHudsonADK.org)

MID-WEEK HIKES – The leaders offer hikes of varying difficulty to different areas of the Mid-Hudson Valley. Hikes may be followed by a stop for refreshments. Leaders: Ginny Fauci, gefauci@gmail.com 845-399-2170 or Lalita Malik, Lalitamalik@aol.com (845) 592-0204. They will be held every Thursday, weather permitting. Contact Leaders for more info.

MID-WEEK PADDLES – Leader: Glenda Schwarze schwar582@aol.com. She will lead quiet water 2 hour paddles with beach put-ins. Starting in May they will be held on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of every month. You must have your own equipment & PFD. Contact Leader for more info.

TUESDAY EVENING PADDLES – Leader:  Dave Webber, webberd1@yahoo.com , 845-242-9905.  Paddling on the Hudson River at spots between Beacon and Norrie Point.  On the water at 5:30pm and paddling for 1.5 to 2 hours.  Often a refreshment stop after.   For the Hudson River you need a boat at least 13.5′ long kayak with front and rear bulkheads.  Contact Leader for more info.

HARRIMAN DOG-FRIENDLY HIKES – Susan Sterngold and her dogs lead hikes every day in Harriman. Dogs will be on all the hikes and you’re welcome to bring yours. Hikes are scheduled a few days ahead of time. To receive notifications of the hikes, please join her google group https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/harrimandoghikes.

Fri, May 4 – Old Croton Aqueduct Walk in the Bronx
Leader:  John Ragusa (917) 692-1159 or john.ragusa@bnymellon.com
We will walk on top of the Old Croton Aqueduct starting from the Jerome Park Reservoir and ending at the High Bridge, which spans the East River. Along the way, we will learn about the first source of plentiful, pure water for New York City from the Croton Reservoir in Westchester County as well as see remnants of aqueduct structures along the way. Contact leader for meeting place and time.

Sat, May 5 – Seventh Annual ‘I Love My Park Day’
Volunteer at one of the parks in the area to do clean-up, trail maintenance or whatever else is scheduled to be done at this day. Minnewaska State Park Preserve and the Walkway are two local parks that participate. More info can be found at PFNY.org (Parks & Trails New York).

Sat, May 5 – Seventh Annual Clean-Up Paddle on the Lower Wappinger Creek
Leader: Russ Faller 845-297-5126 (before 9:30 PM) or russoutdoors@yahoo.com
Let’s participate in Riverkeeper’s Hudson River Sweep – a day of service for the Hudson River & its tributaries – by cleaning up the lower Wappinger Creek from the falls to the Hudson.  We paddle it, so let’s keep it beautiful.  You’ll need to bring your own boat & gear, but we have a few boats to loan.  Any type of boat is good – the more open, the better.  PFDs must be worn when on the water.  Trash bags & work gloves provided.  Bring lunch & water.  After the clean-up, we’ll go to a local craft brewery for a free beer.  Meet at 10 AM at the boat launch at 117 Market St., Wappingers Falls (across from Temple Field).  Contact leader if you need driving directions.

Sun, May 6 – Undivided Lot trail from end to end. 8 mile Hike, Experienced, New Paltz area
Roberta Forest. 845-750-7059 or robertaforest@gmail.com
We’ll hike full length of Undivided Lot trail, followed by some rock scrambles as we return to our starting point. Meet at Mohonk Preserve’s Spring Farm parking area at 9:30 a.m. Day fee of $15 for non-members. Joint with Mohonk Preserve. Bring water, snacks, lunch, proper footwear and clothing.

Sat, May 12 – Vanderbilt mansion easy Hike 3+ miles (round trip), Hyde Park
Leader: Sayi Nulu sayinulu@yahoo.com  or 845-264-2270.
We will meet at Vanderbilt Mansion visitor parking lot at 11AM. (late start)  Walk to the gardens and get on the trail, we will stop at the river front (Bard rock) for lunch and then return back to the parking lot continuing on the trail. Some of it is paved road. Bring water, snacks, and lunch and dress for the weather. Advise to protect from ticks with bug spray. It is your responsibility. Confirm with leader.

Sat, May 12 – Scenic Hudson’s Falling Waters Preserve (FWP) and Saugerties Lighthouse Trail Moderate Hike approx. 3.5 miles.
Leader: Carla Barrett barrettinclinton@gmail.com or Cell 315-527-8478
This is a family-friendly hike. Start at 10AM at FWP and then go to the Lighthouse Trail. We can eat the lunch we bring on the Lighthouse deck in the middle of the River.  Some hills and a few tricky spots along the Hudson River shoreline.  Bring food and water.  No bathrooms.  Parking should be ample.  Confirm with leader. Meet at FWP, Dominican Ln, Saugerties, NY 12477.  Driving Directions: Off Route 9W or Route 32 south of Saugerties, follow Main St in Glasco NY to Delaware and York.  For GPS: 45 York St, Saugerties 12477 will put you near the entrance where there is a sign. Confirm with leader.
Sat, May 12 – Schunemunk traversée, approx. 9 miles, Difficult hike in Orange Co., NY
Leader: Jean-Claude Fouéré jcfouere@gmail.com Co-leader: Georgette Weir
Starting from the Otterkill Road parking area, we will hike up the Trestle trail, follow the Western Ridge, take the Ridge-to-Ridge trail to the Jessup trail and hike down to the parking area on Seven Springs Road for approximately 9 miles hike. Refer to Trail Conference West Hudson Trails map #14. Confirm with leaders and for additional information. Bring water, snacks, lunch, proper footwear and clothing.

Sun, May 13 – Innisfree gardens in Millbrook, NY Easy Hike 3 miles.
Leader: Annette Caruso annettecrs@gmail.com or 845-891-3361.
Meet at 11 am for an easy hike/walk to explore the gardens.  Bring a picnic lunch. Bring your grandchildren, your mother, your children, a friend. Contact leader to confirm. Rain cancels.

Sat, May 19 – Long Dock Park, Denning’s Point, and Madam Brett Park Combo, Approx 5 miles  Moderate Hike, Beacon NY
Leader: Louis Ruidisch (845) 896-9332   ruidisch3@gmail.com   cell (845)453-0871
This hike offers beautiful views of both the Hudson River and Fishkill Creek estuary. We will start at Long Dock Park and follow two trails to Madam Brett Park to enjoy both the estuary and Fishkill Falls. We will, then, circle back to the Beacon Institute for Rivers and Estuaries building before entering Denning’s Point. Bring your camera, lunch and 2 quarts water. Meet by the kayak pavilion in Long Dock Park at 9:00 am.  Confirm with leader.

Sun, May 20 – Ashokan Reservoir Walk and the NYC Water Supply System 5.5 miles, Easy Hike
Leader:  John Ragusa (917) 692-1159 or john.ragusa@bnymellon.com
A leisurely walk alongside the Ashokan Reservoir outside Kingston off Route 28 with beautiful views of the Catskill Mountains as a backdrop to the 2nd largest of the city reservoirs. Abundant wildlife includes eagles, hawks, and plentiful deer. A short history of the former site of several hamlets and the New York City water supply system will be included. Bring a picnic lunch. Meet at 11 am in the Parking area off Route 28A, Town of Olive.
Directions: NYS Thruway to exit 19 Kingston. After toll, bear right onto Route 28 west. Go 5 miles and make left at light onto Basin Rd. (Stewart’s on right). Make quick left and follow signs to Spillover Rd. Continue ½ mile and bear right onto Dike Rd. (Reservoir Restaurant on left) Go to end of road. At Stop sign, make right onto Route 28A. Continue exactly 6 miles. Look for road forking on right with Dead End sign. Take road into parking area. Heavy rain cancels. Confirm with Leader.

Sun, May 20 – Cold Spring to West Point. Paddle Rating: Advanced
Leader: Mark Tatro 845-987-0306 (before 9pm); mark1126@me.com
Join us on one of the most beautiful routes along the Hudson as the river turns and narrows by West Point allowing for playful riding of the large boat wakes. After a lunch along the east shore, we’ll paddle towards South Dock and touch the crew docks as we return home. We will time this paddle with the tide currents.  13.5 ft. minimum kayak length and boats must have dual bulkheads or flotation devices in bow and stern; PDF required.  Meeting place: Metro North parking lot in Cold Spring.  E-mail leader for exact launch time.

Fri, May 25 – Mills-Norrie State Park hike and easy trail clean-up. Easy hike of about 4 miles.
Staatsburg, NY
Leader: Georgette Weir, georgette.weir@gmail.com.
We will walk along the White River Trail from Norrie Point up to Mills Mansion, then take a variety of paths back. We will pick up light litter and clear minor branches as needed. No big trail work. Meet at 9:30 at the Norrie marina parking area. Bad weather will cancel. Confirm with leader.

Sat, May 26 – Azalea Walk to Sunset Rock, Taconic Ridge, Hillsdale, NY. (1 mile, Moderate Hike).
Leaders: Jennifer and David Anderson, 518 398-5320 before 9 pm, djanderson@fairpoint.net
Sunset Rock is a short, secluded and primarily level woods trail in the Taconic range winding through a heath community of azalea, blueberry and lady slippers. The end point offers an impressive viewpoint far to the west and farmland below. There are some minor rises in the path and a couple of step downs, a mile total. Options following the walk include the Hillsdale Farmers Market, the Book Barn or walking the beautiful meadow trails and wetlands of Rojan Park nearby. Carpool available from Pine Plains. We have room for 2. Otherwise meet at 10 am in the parking area for the Roeliff Jansen Community Library, 9092 Route 22, south of Hillsdale. Bring lunch, snack and water, and dress for the weather. Please also register with the leaders prior to the date of the outing.

Mon, May 28 – Memorial Day, Garrison, NY area Moderate Hike
Leaders: Ginny Fauci gefauci@gmail.com or 845-399-2170 and Lalita Malik, Lalitamalik@aol.com or 845-592-0204.
This year’s Memorial Day hike will go up to the flag on Anthony’s Nose. Meet on 9D at the end of the Bear Mountain Bridge at 10 am. Bring water, snacks, lunch, proper footwear and clothing. Confirm with leaders and for additional information.

SAVE THE DATES:

Sat, June 2 – Black Creek Paddle & Clean-up in Highland, NY
Leader: Russ Faller 845-297-5126 (before 9:30 PM) or OutdoorsRuss@gmail.com
Come help clean-up the Black Creek in the Town of Lloyd.  Our Chapter worked with the Highland Environmental Conservation Council to clear this water trail many years ago.  The maintenance is typically light work.  Bring work gloves, loppers, saws, rope.  (If you need tools, leader can supply).  Trash bags supplied.  Bring own boat, paddle & PFD.  (Leader can loan a canoe & gear.)  Meet at 10 AM in the signed parking area at the bridge on Rt. 299.  This is @5 mi. east of the New Paltz exit of the Thruway & @1.5 mi. west of the jct. of Rtes. 9W & 299.

Sat., June 9 – Kingston Kayak Festival
Contact: Russ Faller 845-297-5126 (before 9:30 PM) or russoutdoors@yahoo.com
A fun-filled day for you and your entire family, whether you’re paddlers or have never paddled before.  Bring the kids, grandchildren, spouse, partner & friends.  Don’t let the name fool you.  It’s not just kayaks.  There will be canoes and stand-up paddle boards (SUPs) for you to try.  The emphasis will be on education, demonstrations, lessons and guided tours for all levels of paddler, as well as, for those who’ve never paddled before.  If you have a boat, bring it.  We need volunteers to help run this event.  You need not be a paddler to be of help – contact Russ.  You will not be asked to help for more than a couple of hours, so you’ll still be able to do some paddling – a lesson, a guided tour, etc.
Members of the Mid-Hudson Chapter of ADK get in free.  Bring your membership card.  Non-members are asked to donate $10 to the non-profit Forsyth Nature Center. Go to Kingston Point Beach, 53 Delaware Av., Kingston, NY, between 10 AM to 4 PM.

Sat, June 16 – 2 pm – ADK has partnered with Wilderstein for a Guided Hike in Rhinebeck, NY
Come explore Wilderstein’s landscape and trails with the Adirondack Mountain Club (ADK).  This hike will recreate one of many hosted by Daisy Suckley at Wilderstein.  Tea and light refreshments to be served immediately following the hike.  Tickets are $15 ($10 for Wilderstein and ADK members).  To register and for additional information, please call 845-876- HYPERLINK “tel:845.876.4818″4818.

April 13, 2018 |

Discounted Hudson Valley KidVenture Tickets Available Now

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Hudson Valley KidVenture is only a few weeks away, have you purchased your tickets yet? Hudson Valley KidVenture will take place in downtown Poughkeepsie Saturday and Sunday, April 28 and 29, hosted by The Chamber Foundation, Inc. and presented by IBM Corporation.

Discounted tickets and two-day passes are available online at hvkidventure.org.

Hudson Valley KidVenture will include over 50 family friendly, all-inclusive exhibitors at the Mid-Hudson Civic Center and on Market Street. Every exhibitor will have a hands-on activity for children to experience and learn from.

Exhibitors include:

  • Touch-A-Truck with over 20 trucks and vehicles
  • Trackless Train rides up and down Market Street
  • Two by Two Petting Zoo
  • Jurassic Encounter from Fluffy, the baby T-Rex
  • Pony Rides
  • Princess and superhero meet and greets
  • Performances from The Bossy Frog Band, Bee Bee the Clown, Bobby Harris Magic, Aerophone Community Band, Birds of Prey, K9 Unit demonstration and local high school musical performances

Proceeds from Hudson Valley KidVenture will benefit The Chamber Foundation, Inc. Additional details, including sponsors and community partners, is available at hvkidventure.org.

The Chamber Foundation, Inc., was established to promote education and training programs for area youth and professionals with the goal of enhancing the future of economic growth in the Hudson Valley region. The Foundation’s mission is to provide educational opportunities for youth and the workforce, to build and strengthen personal and business capacity, develop leadership skills and foster a commitment to community service.

April 11, 2018 |

Business Pink Members, Friends and Family! Dress Rehearsal at Hudson Stage Company

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Dear Business Pink Members,

Tell your friends and family – the dress rehearsal discount applies to all who would like to attend!

Hudson Stage Company’s SPRING 2018 PRODUCTION promises to be the best ever, and I’m going. I hope you will join me!

SWITZERLAND – by Joanna Murray-Smith

Directed by Dan Foster

From the Hudson Stage website:

“Switzerland is an original thriller inspired by renowned master crime novelist Patricia Highsmith by Australian playwright Joanna Murray-Smith.

It’s 1995 in the Swiss Alps and the ailing reclusive crime writer Patricia Highsmith is visited by a genial young man from her New York publisher, sent to convince her to write the final installment of her best-selling Mr. Ripley series. What first appears to be a standard cat-and-mouse game of wit and wiles soon becomes a dance to the death. Who is the cat and who is the mouse? And… who will make it out of Switzerland alive?”

Date and Time:

Thursday, April 19, 2018

Please arrive by 7:45 pm to allow for seating – Curtain time is 8:00 pm

Payment:

Discounted rate of $10.00

Pay on arrival in cash or check made out to Hudson Stage Company.

Location

Whippoorwill Hall Theatre

North Castle Public Library

Kent Place

Armonk, N.Y. 10504

Location

Whippoorwill Hall Theatre

North Castle Public Library

Kent Place

Armonk, N.Y. 10504

Directions

Please call me at (914) 941-5786 ext. 46 or email me aedelstein@collenip.com to let me know you are coming so we can get a head count. If you don’t get a chance to contact me that is fine too – just don’t miss this play!

See the attachment for the regular production information.

 

Best regards,

 

Amy Edelstein
Legal Assistantaedelstein@collenip.com

 

April 4, 2018 |

The Clearwater’s Great Hudson River Revival (The Clearwater Festival) Announces Line-Up

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Founded by Pete Seeger, the 40th Anniversary of the Clearwater’s Great Hudson River Revival has announced the 2018 lineup, featuring Wilco Frontman Jeff Tweedy, Ani DiFranco, The Mavericks, Rhiannon Giddens of the Carolina Chocolate Drops, Hot Rize, Beth Orton, Langhorne Slim plus many more.

BEACON, NY– Clearwater’s Great Hudson River Revival (Clearwater Festival), celebrates its 40th Anniversary in 2018.  Prior to 1978, the festival was a one-day event known as the Hudson Valley Folk Picnic.
Revival is the country’s oldest and largest music and environmental festival, bringing together major musical acts and Clearwater’s own brand of green activism for a unique weekend every June. Clearwater Festival 2018, which takes place on June 16 and 17, on the banks of the Hudson River at beautiful Croton Point Park, Clearwater’s Great Hudson River Revival.

Clearwater’s Great Hudson River Revival is a destination for music fans and families alike, offering a plethora of family-oriented programming and activities and vendors for kids, including special performances on the Family Stage, juggling and roving artists, Children’s Area, storytelling, river beach combing and net seining.
A number of Clearwater’s favorite artists will be returning this year including: The MavericksAni DiFrancoTom Paxton & The DonJuansTom Chapin,Joanne ShenandoahDavid AmramJosh White Jr., The Mammals (featuring Mike + Ruthy), Jay Ungar and Molly MasonDan ZanesThe NieldsThe Kennedys and Dance Troupe The Vanaver Caravan.

The festival will welcome first time artists: Jeff Tweedy, multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Rhiannon Giddens, bluegrass greats Hot Rize (celebrating their 40th year), British folk-rocker Beth Orton, folk-country troubadours Dave Alvin & Jimmie Dale Gilmore (performing on stage together), critically acclaimed rocker Willie Nile and his band, husband and wife duo The War and Treaty and open vocal participation group Choir! Choir! Choir.

The Festival’s parent, Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, Inc, continually looks to develop the next generation of environmental advocates into supporters of the organization.  They help to foster this by programming emerging artists who appeal to a younger demographic.  This year the festival will present: singer-songwriter Langhorne Slim, NYC based chanteuse Margaret Glaspy, folk/bluegrass band Mipso, Latin music inspired indie band Making Movies, indie folk band River Whyless, UK based singer-songwriter Jalen N’Gondaand blues-country influenced singer-songwriter Parker Milsap.

As part of the Festival’s mission to present a diverse and culturally-rich roster of artists from around the world, the festival will also feature: Egyptian human rights activist artist Ramy Essam, Israeli singer-songwriter and activist Yael Deckelbaum & Prayers of The Mothers Ensemble, Venezuelan singer Betsayda Machado, Egyptian DJ and drummer Karim Nagi’s Turbo Tabla, Zydeco greats Terrance Simien & The Zydeco ExperienceCJ Chenier and the Red Hot Louisiana Band and Cajun greats Beausoleil avec Michael Doucet.

The Workshop Stage, which saw its debut at the 2017 festival, will be packed with dynamic workshops and performances featuring members of Hot Rize, Rhiannon Giddens, Langhorne Slim, Ramy Essam, Yael Deckelbaum, Beausoleil, CJ Chenier, Dave Alvin & Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Mipso and Willie Nile who will be leading a tribute to songs of Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen.

Visit www.clearwaterfestival.org for a complete list of performers.

The Clearwater Festival is dependent on 1,100+ volunteers.  To learn more about volunteering, please visit www.ClearwaterFestival.org/volunteer.

To stay up to date on all Clearwater Festival news, visit ClearwaterFestival.org and the official Facebook and Twitter pages.

Clearwater’s Great Hudson River Revival is produced by the nonprofit, member-supported, environmental organization Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, Inc. All proceeds go directly to support Clearwater’s environmental education and advocacy.

Event Date: June 16-17, 2018

Tickets: www.ClearwaterFestival.org or by calling 888-718-4253 opt. 1.  Clearwater members receive a 20% discount off regularly priced advanced tickets. To become a Clearwater member, visit www.clearwater.org or call Clearwater’s membership office at (845)265-8080 ext. 7119. (Kids 11 and Under Free)

Event Location: Croton Point Park, Croton-On-Hudson, NY

April 4, 2018 |

Free Seed to Supper Program Teaches Beginner Vegetable Gardening on a Budget

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Seed to Supper, a statewide initiative of Cornell Cooperative Extension, is a comprehensive beginning vegetable gardening curriculum designed for adults gardening on a budget. The program was adopted from the Oregon Food Bank’s Learning Gardens. These courses will be taught statewide at community sites to provide practical, low-cost techniques for building, planning, planting, maintaining and harvesting a successful vegetable garden. Whether you have a large yard or a porch for small containers, everyone can enjoy the satisfaction that comes from growing your own food. Cornell Cooperative Extension of Putnam County, in partnership with Studio Around the Corner, will be providing the program to residents of Brewster and the surrounding area. Hands-on classes will be taught by trained Master Gardener Volunteers and will be in English and Spanish. Child care will even be provided for your young ones. Classes take place on Monday’s April 23rd and 30th, and May 7th and 14th, from 6:30pm-8:00pm at the Studio Around the Corner 67 Main St. Brewster NY. We invite you to come learn and grow with us this Spring at Seed to Supper–registration is free!

The Cultural Arts Coalition is proud to be the home for the only Seed to Supper program in Putnam County. For more information on this and other Cultural Arts Coalition events, visit: www.CulturalArtsCo.com, call (845) 363 – 8330, email info@culturalartsco.com or find us on Facebook at “Cultural Arts Coalition”.

Cultural Arts Coalition and Studio Around the Corner
67 Main Street, Suite 101, Brewster, NY 10509

(845) 363-8330

www.CulturalArtsCo.com

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About The Town of Southeast Cultural Arts Coalition

The Town of Southeast Cultural Arts Coalition is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to creating and sustaining cultural arts within the Town of Southeast and its surrounding region. TOSCAC was established as a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation in August 2010 with the purpose, as detailed in the incorporation papers, “… to promote and raise funds for the development and effective management of affordable, accessible performance space that will provide citizens of the Town of Southeast opportunities to participate in and appreciate cultural arts, including lectures, theater, dance, film, music, visual arts, and inclusive community events.” 

Our current focus is the renovation of the Southeast Old Town Hall, a historic landmark within the Village of Brewster and a perfect venue to serve as a cultural hub. The Old Town Hall has been described as a “Jewel in the Center of Brewster” and its renovation will help foster the revitalization of downtown Brewster.

March 28, 2018 |

WHCC’s Bollywood Dance & Acting Class

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Dance and Acting Class presented by WHCC Arts Program

Bollywood Dance & Introduction to Acting I workshop

 

“No one speaks the language of Cultures better than World Heritage Cultural Center and nothing can capture the imagination more than telling great stories through the Arts.” Sattie Persaud – Founder of WHCC www.mywhcc.org

At World Heritage Cultural Center our mission is to create a common ground where any culture in the world can come and celebrate their way of life through the arts and food; while making a positive impact through knowledge & charity.

WHCC is proud to present for the first time in Brewster NY a Bollywood Dance & Introduction to Acting I workshop for 4 Sundays in April 2018. This class is for beginners or experienced members. A unique way to get people to learn about a different culture through dance and get fired up for acting right after.  Bollywood Dance is a beautiful blend of dances from around the World.

WHCC’s esteemed Board Members Anindita Nanda (Bollywood Dance) and Victor Cruz (Acting) will be teaching the classes in Brewster NY.

Anindita Nanda a danseuse par excellence is a rare combination of dancer, classical vocalist, choreographer, teacher & scholar. Anindita travels internationally and is a globally celebrated Master Artist in her field.

Victor Cruz is an American Actor, Comedian, Producer, Director, Writer and Teacher. Some Film and TV credits include HBO’s The Sopranos, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Annie, The Other Woman, The Humbling, Gotham, Blue Bloods, Law & Order, NBC’s The Blacklist and now filming The Good Cop coming to NetFlix.

For the past decade World Heritage Cultural Center (WHCC) has honored its mission with 226 Multicultural Concerts in NY, NJ, CT, PA, DC, CH, Dallas, Denver, Atlanta, SF, SD and LA.  WHCC works with over 570 plus cultural groups across the United States, multiple foreign embassies and tourism boards and is among leaders breaking down barriers through the Arts. Throughout our journey, so far, WHCC has formed relationships with scholars and leaders in their fields in all different cultural Arts! Part of our mission is to create a multicultural academic of excellence in classes, workshops, courses of the Arts at our World Heritage Cultural Centers.

For more information on classes, please contact info@mywhcc.org or call 845.282.3479

Cost:  Introduction classes on April 8th 2018 of $20 each.

April 15th, 22nd, 29th Dance Class is $20 and Acting Class is $45 (discounted from $125 courtesy of WHCC).

Where:  Studio Around The Corner, 67 Main St, Suite 101, Brewster, NY

RSVP:  Online, call (845) 282-3479, or email info@mywhcc.org

RSVP to info@mywhcc.org and pay in advance at
http://www.mywhcc.org/donate-vision-2018/
For more information on this and other Cultural Arts Coalition events, visit: www.CulturalArtsCo.com, call (845) 363 – 8330, email info@culturalartsco.com or find us on Facebook at “Cultural Arts Coalition”.

Cultural Arts Coalition and Studio Around the Corner
67 Main Street, Suite 101, Brewster, NY 10509

(845) 363-8330

www.CulturalArtsCo.com

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About The Town of Southeast Cultural Arts Coalition

The Town of Southeast Cultural Arts Coalition is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to creating and sustaining cultural arts within the Town of Southeast and its surrounding region. TOSCAC was established as a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation in August 2010 with the purpose, as detailed in the incorporation papers, “… to promote and raise funds for the development and effective management of affordable, accessible performance space that will provide citizens of the Town of Southeast opportunities to participate in and appreciate cultural arts, including lectures, theater, dance, film, music, visual arts, and inclusive community events.” 

Our current focus is the renovation of the Southeast Old Town Hall, a historic landmark within the Village of Brewster and a perfect venue to serve as a cultural hub. The Old Town Hall has been described as a “Jewel in the Center of Brewster” and its renovation will help foster the revitalization of downtown Brewster.

 

March 28, 2018 |
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