Happening this Week
FRUGAL GARDENING: GETTING STARTED OUTSIDE
March 16th, Saturday 1PM
Victoria Rolfe is active Master Gardener volunteer at Cornell Economic Development Dutchess County and an experienced frugal living adviser. Join her in the second in a series of classes on growing successful vegetable gardens that will be focusing on transferring plants outside and getting the garden ready for spring. Make sure to register right away as space is limited and Victoria's workshops are extremely popular!
At the Red Hook Library
ANIMAL ARCHITECTS: MONUMENTAL IMPRESSIONS
March 16th, Saturday, 2PM
From Egypt, Greece and Rome and from Thomas Jefferson to I.M. Pei, humanity's history has been filled with brilliant architects and architecture. We, however, were not the first to erect monumental structures. Before humans even emerged from caves, many animals were already furiously building to impress mates and provide shelter. Meet some incredible builders in this picture presentation celebrating the glory of human and animal architectural feats.
At the White Memorial Conservation Center in Litchfield
ST. PADDY'S DAY CONCERT: THE MURPHY BEDS & FRIENDS
March 16th, Saturday, 6 - 7:15PM
The Norfolk Library's celebration of St. Patrick's Day has become an annual tradition for fans of the Emerald Isle. Once again they're hosting the Murphy Beds & Friends in a lively evening of Irish music and fare. The program includes traditional and original Irish folk songs in close harmonies and deft instrumental arrangements of bouzouki, guitar, mandolin, flute and fiddle. Joining the band this year will be four-time All-Ireland fiddle champion Dylan Foley!
At the Norfolk Library.
While in Norfolk discover our favorite things!
SEEK OUT THE LIGHT: KENT SINGERS
March 17th, Sunday, 4PM
Seek Out the Light is a musical exploration of the passage from dusk to dawn from the Kent Singers. The program includes contemporary works along with Anglican classics and arrangements of popular music. The concert will feature soprano soloists Carrie Quarquesso and Sarah Hawkey with Tom Marris on piano and organ.
At St. Andrews Church in Kent
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THE CHOIR OF MAN: THE FEEL GOODS
March 21st, Thursday, 7:30PM
Known across the globe as "the ultimate feel-good show," The Choir of Man is set in a real, working pub making it a party and a concert in one. The cast of nine is made up of nine men who are world-class tap dancers, acrobats, singers, instrumentalists and poets. The cast performs everything from pub tunes and folk to Broadway and classic rock, combining incredible harmonies and live percussion with foot-stomping choreography. An added bonus to this joyous and uplifting show? The first pint is on them.
At the Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield