Aglet Theatre Company was founded in 2005 offering performances at Chaiwalla Tea house in Salisbury, Connecticut. A year and half later, after outgrowing the restaurant, Aglet was invited to work at the Bok Gallery at TriArts’ Sharon Playhouse, Sharon, Connecticut. 2009… Read More ›
A vote in Connecticut Senate and House to take place to approve a new budget! Let’s see what Mr. Malloy will do now….
Marshall Miles Interviews Fabio Witkowski, Chamber Trio Concert on Oct 20 Features Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra Players
The Hotchkiss Concert Series is pleased to present an evening of chamber music with cellist Dmitry Yablonsky, violinist Janna Gandelman, and pianist Fabio Witkowski on Friday, Oct. 20 at 7 p.m. in Katherine M. Elfers Hall, Esther Eastman Music Center…. Read More ›
Copake Memorial Park’s 13th Annual Haunted House At the Copake Park Building, October 13th & 14th 6-9 pm. $5.00 per person 13 years and older, $3.00 per Child 4-12 years old. Treats for Everyone! Hayrides, Weather Permitting. Sponsored by the… Read More ›
Hotchkiss Library of Sharon Gala/Auction The 10th Annual Gala /Auction of the Hotchkiss Library of Sharon will be held on October 14 (5:30 – 7:30) at the Sharon Country Club. It will feature a live and silent auction of art,… Read More ›
See the many scarecrows lining Main Street in both Salisbury and Lakeville. Then vote for your favorite in each of three categories: Business, Group/Family, and Kids.
Taconic Learning Center Non-credit, tuition-free, college-level courses in a wide variety of disciplines — art, literature, music, opera, the sciences, history, mathematics, current events, foreign affairs, economics, the law, government, religion, foreign languages, health and welfare. And more! When: Fall (Sept-Dec),… Read More ›
Marshall Miles Interviews Macey Levin and Tom Gruenewald, Aglet Theatre Company’s Production of “No Exit” at Dewey Hall in Sheffield with Two Shows on Oct 7
No Exit is an existentialist French play by Jean-Paul Sartre. The original title is the French equivalent of the legal term “in camera,” referring to a private discussion behind closed doors. The play was first performed at the Théâtre du Vieux-Colombier in May 1944…. Read More ›
Marshall Miles Interviews Rebecca Cohen, Willard Women’s Support Service Activities in October: Domestic Violence Month
Women’s Support Services Add Your Voice…To End Abuse! Our mission is to create a community free of domestic violence and abuse through intervention, prevention and education. We offer free, confidential, client-centered services focused on safety, support advocacy and community outreach…. Read More ›
Fall for Art is a village-wide art festival in Millerton, NY on October 13th through the 15th, 2017. We welcome one and all to come visit our village and to see the many artists on display. Here below you’ll find… Read More ›