April 15 – Writers’ Evening

Vintage typewriter, old rusty and used, What's your story

At the Stamford Village Library 117 Main Street Stamford NY 7:00 PM – Every third Monday of the month Free, Donations Accepted Join us as local writers present new works in progress. Community members are invited to come, listen, and participate in the moderated Q&A period following each reading. New writers are welcome to join this […]

Artists Stand Up Gallery for Review

Artists Stand Up Gallery for Review

Hello Panel! Thank you very much for agreeing to review the amazing work that was submitted for Artists Stand Up. Please review the gallery below and don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions. I am also including the open call that everyone responded to for your reference.     Exhibit Dates: May 13 – […]

December 27 – Dungeons & Dragons Night

December 27 - Dungeons & Dragons Night

2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month 6:30 – 10:00p Roxbury Arts Center 5025 Vega Mountain Road Roxbury NY Free The Roxbury Arts Group offers an ongoing workshop series for people of all ages, where the participants get to play the most well-known role playing game ever created. Become a character in an ongoing fantasy […]



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Catskills Folk Connection – Audio and Visual Materials

Catskills Folk Connection - Audio and Visual Materials

Catskills Folk Connection New York State Council on the Arts Supporting Materials   Janice Smith, Foodways, Pea Shelling Bees   Neil Larson, Vernacular Architecture, Stone Houses   Video Documentation Traditional Square Dance at Bovina Center. John Jaccobson and the Tremperskill Boys The dance concluded with a discussions circle. https://youtu.be/rDYpFpDAb1k Pilot video for 2018 Community Celebration […]

August 1 – Open Mic Jam!

August 1 - Open Mic Jam!

Emcees Kevin Prior and Mike Herman encourage musicians to take the stage, and community members to enjoy the sheer spontaneity of performances by some of our region’s most talented artists.