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Copake, New York
Local culture | Local living
23 October 2017 01:30PM
Constance Lopez

The Copake Quintet comes to the Clocktower Pub in Copake. Join us for a great dinner and a fun evening of music.

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Copake, New York
Local culture | Local living
16 June 2017 12:45PM
Berry Hoffman
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Copake, New York
Local culture | Local living
28 March 2016 09:32PM
David Smith

CITV CONTINUES SIXTH SEASON ON APRIL 10TH WITH WAGNER, BRAHMS, AND MENDELSSOHN

Concerts in the Village continues its sixth season with major works of Mendelssohn, Brahms and Wagner. Led by David Smith, Artistic Director and Conductor, this program will be CITV’s 18th concert. Over 70 musicians will be performing, including the Broad Street Chorale, the Broad Street Orchestra, soprano Amanda Boyd, tenor Jon Morrell, and mezzo-soprano Vicki Smith. Former Metropolitan Opera singer Marjorie Elinor Dix will be CITV’s guest artist.

The concert includes Richard Wagner’s Siegfried Idyll, the richly romantic Alto Rhapsody and Schicksalslied of Johannes Brahms, and Felix Mendelssohn’s monumental settings of Psalms 95 and 42. Says David Smith, who will be conducting this concert, “These are all emotionally charged works, almost operatic in their force.”

CITV’s guest soloist for the Alto Rhapsody will be Marjorie Elinor Dix. A local resident, Ms. Dix has performed at the Metropolitan Opera and other opera houses throughout the United States and abroad. She has also appeared with major orchestras and chamber ensembles, including the Houston Symphony, the American Symphony Orchestra, the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Chamber Ensemble with James Levine.

A contribution of $ 20 includes an on-site reception immediately following.
For further information please visit http://www.concertsinthevillage.org
21 Broad Street (corner Broad and Church Streets) | 518-758-6869 | DavidSmith@nycap.rr.com | http://www.concertsinthevillage.org
3:00 pm – 5:00 pm | Credit cards not accepted | Wheelchair accessible
Refreshments available
04/10/2016

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Copake, New York
Local culture | Local living
10 March 2016 03:03PM
JMS Collective

www.jmscollective.com/apartment-life/the-falls-at-home-in-hudson/

At the edge of the City of Hudson, on a road that takes you from the urban oasis of art, culture and food, to the fields, farms, and vistas of Columbia County, a new residential development is set to open its first apartments to residents this fall.

Design on an all-inclusive model that seeks a resort-like feel, The Falls is a luxury 116-unit complex set on just over 22 acres of land which once was home to the Greenport School. The developers saw potential in the impressive brick space and kept a portion of the schoolhouse intact, incorporating it into the overall aesthetic of the property; once refurbished, it will house a number of common areas.

The wings where the apartments are situated are newly constructed, and designed for luxury living. With an emphasis on quality craftsmanship, the 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom apartments feature high ceiling, wood floors, fireplaces, balconies, and top-of-the-line appliances.

But perhaps the most defining feature that sets The Falls apart as a place to call home unlike any other in Columbia County, are the amenities included in the rent. In addition to on-site parking, a 10’x10’ storage unit for each apartment, and free cable and internet, The Falls offers plenty of chances to interact with your neighbors in a wealth of common areas. The property features a 30-seat movie theater, an adult game room with a stone fireplace and kitchenette, and a dog run, among others. The health-conscious will enjoy a fully equipped gym with spin bikes, a yoga room, 20 acres of walking trails through woods behind the apartment buildings, two swimming pools, and a spa.

The Falls was planned with family friendliness in mind: It offers both an indoor playroom, and an outdoor playground. Residents will be able to host pool parties, and have the ability to reserve the complex’s large auditorium that has an attached catering kitchen for parties and special events. Its location is convenient to both Columbia Memorial Hospital, and the Fairview Avenue business district, making picking up a prescription or running out for a quart of milk a breeze.

Just two miles from Hudson’s Amtrak station, convenient for travel to both New York City and Albany, The Falls is perfect for those wishing to be immersed in the best Hudson, Columbia County and the Mid Hudson Valley have to offer, while experiencing the convenience of resort-style living.

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Copake, New York
Local culture | Local living
6 November 2015 11:18AM

Friday November 6th at 7:30pm
Free Columbia’s Space on Main
84 Main Street
Philmont, NY

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Copake, New York
Local culture | Local living
7 September 2014 07:20AM
Glenn Tunstull

www.britishfashioncouncil.com/news/660/Drawing-on-Style-Four-Decades-of-Elegance

Glenn Tunstull fashion drawings in exhibition in London

Gallery 8, 8 Duke Street, St James’s, London, SW1Y 6BN

11TH SEPTEMBER : 9:30AM – 8:00PM
12th – 16th September : 9:30AM – 6:30PM

During London Fashion Week Spring/Summer ’15 Gray M.C.A presents a selling exhibition of over 40 original fashion illustrations by the leading fashion illustrators in Britain, Europe and America, from post war 1940′s – 1970′s, including original work for Vogue, Harper’s and Queen & L’Oreal.

Among the illustrators included are Réné Bouché, René Gruau, Carl Erickson, Antonio Lopez, Angela Landels, Barbara Hulanicki, Tod Draz and Glenn Tunstull

& original design sketches for Dior, BIBA & Zandra Rhodes.

An informal talk on the history & lives of the fashion illustrators of the period will be held at 1:30pm each day of the exhibition.

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