HURLEYVILLE, NY — Currently on exhibit at the Hurleyville Arts Center’s Gallery 222 is work by artist Richard Rudich, who presents a look back at a time of calamitous change on this 100th anniversary of the end of World War I (1914-1918).
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And I suppose it’s fair to say that I’m also a little bit rock and roll—but truth be told, I’m all over the place when it comes to genres of music that move me.
NARROWSBURG, NY — The Delaware Valley Opera (DVO) brings a comedy twofer to the Tusten Theatre Stage on Saturday and Sunday July 28 and 29 and August 4 and 5; Saturday shows are 8 p.m. and Sunday shows are 2 p.m.
HONESDALE, PA — Brad Cole will perform at The Cooperage, 1030 Main St., on Friday July 27. Cole’s songs address the ups and downs of the human condition with both wit and raw insight. His passionate and distinctive delivery of roots-based folk music is woven with the grit and groove of old school bossa and rhythm and blues.
HAWLEY, PA — The Wallenpaupack Elementary and Middle School Complex will host the 32nd annual Audubon Wildlife Art & Craft Festival on Saturday, July 21 and Sunday, July 22, featuring presentations of wildlife from the Northeast’s top experts, with wildlife artist exhibitions and sales.
GRAHAMSVILLE, NY — You can swing your partner at the 1930s Catskill Farm Hoedown on Saturday, July 28 from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Time and the Valleys Museum on State Route 55. Back in the 1930s, neighbors, family and friends had good times socializing and dancing to live music during warm summer evenings. This event will recreate those times.
MILFORD, PA — Alan Alda, who became an international star in the unforgettable role of Hawkeye Pierce in the mega-hit TV show “M*A*S*H,” is coming to Milford to talk about his new passion: helping people communicate with each other.
REGION — Weekend of Chamber Music will offer a series of concerts over the next week during its ongoing festival. On Thursday, July 19 at 7:30 p.m.
WURTSBORO, NY — The Wurtsboro Art Alliance is calling artists in Sullivan County to be a part of its October show, “Dreams and Illusions.”
The Joel Hill Sawmill was in operation continuously for about 90 years from its beginnings around 1783 to the cessation of work in 1974. Then, in 1988, it was donated to the Equinunk Historical Society (EHS).