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Painting by Diane Kimberley

Three at Starlight

STARLIGHT, PA—Three Catskill area artists will be showing their work at the Inn at Starlight Lake during the entire month of April. There will be an opening reception at the Inn with the artists on April 2 at 7:30 p.m.

The three artists, Diane Kimberley, Una Evers and Eleanor Curran, are members of the Big D Arts and Crafts League. Kimberley has taught art classes and was the designer of tiles for a mural in the fine arts building of Montclair State University in New Jersey. Now, she has her own studio in Scott Center. Evers, of Walton, NY, is a watercolor artist who uses a wet into wet technique to create colorful florals. Her paintings have won several awards at the Delaware County Fair. Curran paints using oils and acrylics, and still lifes and landscapes are her main focus.

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Entertainment briefs

'Rivers and Roads’ in Roscoe

ROSCOE, NY—Roscoe UpstArts will present “The River and Roads Show,” starting with an opening reception on Saturday, April 2 from 4 to 7 p.m. at 1968 Old Route 17. The Rockland-Roscoe Fire District has donated the exhibition space, a temporarily empty automobile showroom.

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‘Glass Menagerie’ will be Forestburgh

New Audience Project

FORESTBURGH, NY—The Forestburgh Theatre Arts Center (FTAC) will continue to bring live theatre to the underserved area high school students in its New Audience Project (NAP) with a tour of Tennessee Williams’ classic “The Glass Menagerie” in October.

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