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5/9/2015
Garden Fair
Irvington Garden Club's annual pre-Mother's Day plant sale in the Lyndhurst greenhouse conservatory.

5/10/2015
Music in the Mansion
LOVE AFTER 1950: Copland House Celebrates Mother's Day!What's on Mom's mind? Share her dreams, desires, joys, and whimsies in over 75 years of American song by Leonard Bernstein, Samuel Barber, Aaron Copland, Irving Fine, Libby Larsen, and Martin Hennessy. Join us for this new Copland House tradition...

5/16/2015
Preparing For a New Year: An 18th Century Spring and Garden Fair
To the colonial farmer, spring marked the start of a new yearand a time of new beginnings.  Spring isthe time when fields are plowed and gardens are planted, their bounties enjoyedthroughout the year.  It was a time... 

5/17/2015
Legendary "Tom Chapin" to perform at Sand Lake Center for the Arts-May 17!
Sand Lake Center for the Arts is proud to bring you "Tom Chapin" live on stage Sunday, May 17 at 2 pm. Tom Chapin's performances appeal to all ages, his songs tell the stories of our times. Chapin presents a lively, interactive and fun-filled performance which engages the hearts, minds and imaginations...

5/17/2015
Third Sunday Lecture: "A Peek at the Underside of American Victorian History: Murder most Foul!"
A lecture by Harriet Davis-KramWhile much of the city was enjoying a fair amount of prosperity and building fancy homes and shops, many thousands of residents had to live in filthy tenements without clean water, decent lighting, health care or any of the amenities most New Yorkers take for granted...

5/21/2015
The Gala at The Arts Center of the Capital Region
Mix, mingle, + enjoy some of the most exciting regional art at The Arts Center Gala. Join us as we honor our loyal friends and supporters Ellie Kittle Ingalsbe and SaxBST.This festive, art-filled event is an exclusive opportunity to get a "sneak peek" of the 50th...

6/7/2015
Lyndhurst Rose Day
Lyndhurst's spectacular rose garden is in full bloom and the Garden Club of Irvington hosts its annual rose day in the garden. Classical music performers and refreshments enliven the garden. Bring a camera as the display is not to be believed.

6/14/2015
Music of the Gilded Age
Music in the Lyndhurst picture gallery by Canta Libre.

6/19/2015
Sherlock HJolmes: The Adventure of the Dancing Men
The great detective Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson are on the case at Ridling Thorpe Manor (the manor is played by historic Lyndhurst Mansion). The classic mystery is given a special period flavor as it takes place through the beautiful Lyndhurst mansion. Performances are June 19 through 28, Fridays,...

6/21/2015
Third Sunday Lecture: Of Time and River: Songs of the Historic Hudson
A lecture by Linda Russell.  The Hudson River has been the backdrop for a wealth of human history: In the 17th and 18th centuries, pirates hid in the coves and soldiers built forts on its banks. In the mid- 19th century, it was inspiration for artists, poets and inventors. In the 20th century, it was...

6/28/2015
Summer Arts Education Camps
The Arts Center of the Capital Region offers a wide variety of arts education camps designed to engage and enrich your child. Send your child to a truly unique summer camp. These experiential arts camps offer adventure and learning that not any old summer camp can. All classes are geared toward the...