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  • Orange Hall exhibit depicts war in the arts Read more >

    Orange Hall exhibit depicts war in the arts

    During the month of November in Orange Hall Gallery, the exhibit on view will be on a timely, yet seemingly constant topic – war. Titled War in the Arts: Redeeming Spirits, the goal is to express what war does to the human spirit, the community, the family, ethnic groups, countries, historically through present day, and […]

  • Cabaret, Bossa Nova, and all that jazz Read more >

    Cabaret, Bossa Nova, and all that jazz

    The popular duo of Sonny & Perley will perform a mixed musical program on Sun., Nov. 19 at 3 p.m. at the Newburgh Free Library (124 Grand Street). Selections will include Great American Songbook standards, French love songs, Jazz, International Cabaret and Bossa Nova. Bassist Lew Scott will also be part of this free concert.

  • Rare stuffed animals at Gardiner Library Read more >

    Rare stuffed animals at Gardiner Library

    The Gardiner Library is hosting a display of Steiff stuffed animals in the exhibit case in the library lobby. The toys are from the cherished collection of a Newburgh family. They were acquired in the baby boomer years (1946-1964) for birthdays, at Christmas, and on trips to FAO Schwarz in New York City. Throughout years […]

  • A magical ride through time and space Read more >

    A magical ride through time and space

    The SUNY Orange Apprentice Players will perform “The Grown-Up” this November in the William and Helen Richards Theatre at Orange Hall (formerly Orange Hall Theatre) on the College’s Middletown campus.

  • Ann Street Gallery presents Silent Sentinels Read more >

    Ann Street Gallery presents Silent Sentinels

    On November 10, 1917, Alice Paul organized the Silent Sentinels, militant members of the National Women’s Party, and initiated a non-violent silent vigil with picketing in front of the White House. The focus of the protest was President Wilson and his administration, for their lack of support for a women’s suffrage amendment. As a result […]

  • The Cold War is alive in Walden Read more >

    The Cold War is alive in Walden

    Fahrenheit 451, an adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s famous book about a dystopian society in which its population lives in alienation, is a social commentary with a message which is as pertinent in the present day as when it was written in 1953. With Europe and the rest of the world rebuilding from the ruins of […]

  • GNSO performs a ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Read more >

    GNSO performs a ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’

    The Greater Newburgh Symphony Orchestra (GNSO) begins its 23rd year, and second season under the leadership of Maestro Russell Ger with a concert titled “Bohemian Rhapsody” on Saturday, October 28 at Mount Saint Mary College. The orchestra’s performances in the concert year ending in July 2017 broke all previous attendance records.

  • Translating the Mind’s Eye Read more >

    Translating the Mind’s Eye

    The spotlighting of the achievements of artists who have received fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts [NYFA] will focus on the Mindy Ross Gallery during October and November.

  • The Curious Savage at St. George’s Read more >

    The Curious Savage at St. George’s

    St. George’s Episcopal Church is presenting “ The Curious Savage”, a comedy by John Patrick on Saturday, October 21 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, October 22 at 3 p.m. at the church located at 105 Grand Street, Newburgh.

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