Almanac Weekly’s calendar of events (October 2-11)

Saturday 10/11

Mid-Hudson Adirondack Mountain Hiking Club: Fahnestock State Park Hike. moderately strenuous 7-8 mile loop. Leaders: Jean-Claude Fouere, 845-462-1909, and Georgette Weir, georgette.weir@gmail.com. Call for meeting time and place. Fahnestock State Park, 1498 Rt 301,Carmel.

Annual O+ Festival (10/10-10/12). A three day, community-run celebration of music, art and wellness. Locations at various venues throughout Kingston. Info: www. kingston.opositivefestival.org. Kingston.

7AM John Burroughs Natural History Society: Sparrow Walk at the Farm. Leader: Peter Schoenberger (pdsis@yahoo.com or 914- 466-2707). Destination is private and all attendees should treat this as the privilege it is. Info: www.jbnhs.org. Kingston’s Park and

9AM-10:30AM Woodstock: Christian Centering Prayer and Meditation. On-going, every Saturday, 9-10:30am. Everyone welcome. Info: 679-8800. St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church (the A-Frame), 2578 Rte 212, Woodstock.

9AM Waterman Bird Club Field Trip: Vassar Farms. Call: Barbara @ 845-297-6701. Web: www.watermanbirdclub.org. Vassar Farms, Hooker Ave, Poughkeepsie.

9AM-12PM YMCA Bike It! 2014. For kids aged 10-14. Bike all over. The program will continue through 11/8. Noone is turned away for financial reasons. Reg reqr’d. Info: www.ymcaulster.org or 845-338-3810, x102. YMCA of Kingston and Ulster County, 507 Broadway, Kingston.

9AM-5PM Fall Harvest Weekends. Live bands, hay-rides, barbecue, cider donuts, pumpkin picking (starting in late Sept) and lots of delicious, Eco-Certified apples for picking. Info: www.fishkillfarms.com or 845-897-4377. Fishkill Farms, 9 Fishkill Farm Rd, Hopewell Junction.

9AM-2PM Heart of the Hudson Valley Farmers’ Market. Offering local produce, fruit, specialty/farm items - wine, honey, pickles, condiments, hot sauce, homemade pasta & sauce, jams & jellies, cheese, cured meats, eggs, baked goods, woven baskets & kitchenitems, vendors - crafts, unique & specialty items. Info: www.hhvfm@verizon.net or 616-7824 Cluett Schantz Park, 1801-1805 Rt. 9W, Milton.

9AM Object de Junque. . Vintage items, jewelry, clothing, organic veggies. Something for everyone! 679-6744. Woodstock Flea Market, Maple Ln, Woodstock.

9AM Saugerties’ Christian Meditation. Meets every Saturday, 9-10:30am. All welcome. No charge. 246-3285. Trinity Episcopal Church, Rte 9W, Saugerties.

9AM-2PM Kingston Farmers’ Market. Wall St, Kingston.

9AM-3PM American Heart Association Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED Course. Covers basic first aid, CPR techniques, maneuvers for choking victims and how to use an automated external defibrillator. Pre-registration and payment are required. Info: 845-475-9742.Northern Dutchess Hospital, Rhinebeck, $75.

9:30AM-3:30PM Fall Family Day. Hands-on nature activities for the whole family with Leaf Animals and Posters, and Make Map for ages 3 to 8 years; Acorn Investigation and Deer Ecology for ages 8 and up; and Three Peaks Ecology Challenge for ages 12 and up. Resvsug. Info: 845-534-4517, x26, www.blackrockforest.org. Black Rock Forest, 65 Reservoir Rd, Cornwall, $25 /per family.

9:30AM-12:30PM 22nd Annual Columbia County Golden Gathering. Co-sponsored by C-GCC and & State Senator Kathy Marchione. Info: 518-828-4181 ext. 3344 or www.sunycgcc.edu. SUNY Columbia-Greene, Gymnasium, 4400 Route 23, Hudson, free.

10AM-12PM Walking in this World: Artist Cluster for Women. Open to all women whether they are professional artists or just creative in their spare time. Every second Saturday of the month. Info: 845-481-8224. Town of Esopus Library, 128 Canal St, Port Ewen.

10AM-4PM Art in the Wild - Naturally Inspired Trailside Creations. An outdoor art exhibit of playful sculptures and installations by regional artists relating art and nature in ways that help people deepen their appreciation of both. Free. 845-534-5506, x204, www.hhnaturemuseum.org. Hudson Highlands Nature Museum, Muser Dr, Cornwall.

10AM-12PM Saturdays at the Woods (9/27-11/15). BigBooks/Bigger Voices for youth ages 4, 5 & 6 is an excellent introduction to the arts designed to inspire creative expression through storytelling, art, music, and games. Info:www.bethelwoodscenter.org/arts-education/explore-the-arts. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Bethel, $90, $12 /per session.

10AM-11AM Hudson Valley Garden Association - Spring Blooming Bulbs Class. Must pre-register. Learn how to select, plant and care for spring bulbs. With Laura Wilson, Hudson Valley Garden Association. Info: www.hvga.org. Chester Public Library, 1784 Kings Hwy,Chester.

10AM-2PM Book Sale Columbus Day Weekend. Also, soups donated by local restaurants, baked goods, mums and pumpkins for sale as well as hand-crafted items made by the Saturday Knitters. Info: www.stoneridgelibrary.org Stone Ridge Library, Stone Ridge.

10AM-2PM Saugerties’ Farmers Market. Offering fruits & vegetables, greens, herbs, asparagus, apples, pastured meats &poultry, eggs, fresh-caught fish, local cheeses, baked goods (bread and pastries, including gluten-free), jams & pickles, & artisanal foods. 115 Main St.Parking Lot - Across from Cahill School, Saugerties.

10AM-12PM Knitting Group. Stone Ridge Library, 3700 Main Street, Stone Ridge, 687-7023.

10AM-2PM Red Hook Village Farmers’ Market. Offering organically grown local produce, pastured meats and eggs, baked goods, cheeses, pickles, wine, flowers, honey, jams, soap and other great local products.On-going Saturdays 10am-2pm thru October. Info:www.redhookvillagefarmersmarket.com. Across from the Village Hall, South Broadway at Prince, Red Hook.

10AM-9PM Candlewax Recycling Drop-off. Open every Saturday, 10am-9pm. Candlewax in any condition to be recycled. Pachamama Store (near food court), Hudson Valley Mall, Kingston.

10AM Taste of the Catskills Festival (10/11-12). A family-friendly event that showcases food, beer, crafts, & wine of the region. With a variety of vendors including farmers. Kids activities will include arts & crafts, pet the farm animals, sack races, egg tosses, puppets. Info: www.tasteofthecatskills.com. Maple Shade Farm, Delhi.

10AM-12PM Saturdays at the Woods (9/27-11/15). Acting Out! For youth in grades 2-6 is an introduction to acting class that uses improvisation and acting games as a way to teach self-expression. Info: www.bethelwoodscenter.org/arts-education/explore-the-arts. BethelWoods Center for the Arts, Bethel, $100, $15 /per session.

10:30AM-11:30AM Silent Vigil for Global Peace & Non-Violence. Sponsored by The Kingston Women in Black. Meet outside Cornell St PO, Kingston, 339-0637.

11AM-5PM Samascott’s Corn Maze. 7-acre maze. Find all 8 hidden punch stations throughout the maze and receive a free soft ice cream or $1 off any hard ice cream. Samascott’s Garden Market, 65 Chatham St, Kinderhook, $7, free /4 and under.

11AM-5PM Catskill Animal Sanctuary 13th Annual Shindig. Featuring Vegan Food Trucks. Park at Tech City. Free shuttle buses will be available throughout the day. More than twice as many as last year. Limited on site parking for additional $25. Info:www.casanctuary.org. Tech City Commerce Park, 300 Enterprise Dr, Kingston, $15, $5 /6-12, free /under 6.

11AM-4PM 3rd Annual Gardiner’s Bounty - Books, Beats and BBQ! Pig Roast with live cake auction fundraiser, book faire, music festival & kids’ flea market. Majestic Park, Murphy Ln, Gardiner, $30.

11AM-7PM Phoenicia Flea Market. Info: www.thegrahamandco.com. The Graham & Co, 80 NYS Route 214, Phoenicia.

11AM-6:15PM Das Laufwerk Eurocar Rally. In conjunction with Oktoberfest. Info: www.Huntermtn.com. Hunter Mountain Ski Bowl, 64 Klein Ave, Hunter.

11AM Delaware & Ulster Railroad Train Rides. Two-hour round trip excursion. Every Saturday and Sunday, through the end of October. 11am & 2pm from Arkville to Roxbury. Info: 586-DURR. Rt 28, Arkville.

11AM-2:30PM Catskill Animal Sanctuary Weekend Tours. Meet 300+ rescued farm animals on this beautiful 110-acre haven. Every Saturday and Sunday, through October. Info: 336-8447 or www.casanctuary.org. Catskill Animal Sanctuary, 316 Old Stage Rd, Saugerties.

11AM-6:15PM Oktoberfest. Features authentic German and German-American entertainment in the beauty of the northern Catskills in autumn. Our modern celebration of the harvest features plenty of vendors, free crafts for the kids. Info: www.Huntermtn.com. Hunter Mountain Ski Bowl, Hunter.

11AM-4PM Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary. A shelter for over 300 pigs, goats, sheep, cows & chickens. Meet the animals, hear their heartwarming stories and walk away with a deeper understanding of who they are. Tours every Sat & Sun - 11:30am, 1:15pm, 3pm.$10 /adults, $5/ kids 12 & under. Info: www.WoodstockSanctuary.org or 679-5955. Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary, 35 Van Wagner Rd, Willow.

12PM-6PM Oktoberfest 2014. German food, traditional entertainment & artisan crafts. Info: nysparks.com/parks/13 or 845-786-2791. Bear Mountain State Park, Seven lakes Dr, Bear Mountain.

12PM-4PM 2nd Annual Craft Beer Festival and Chili Cook-off. Craft beers from over 20 breweries will be available for sampling. 21+ only. Food. Info: www.bethelwoodscenter.org. Bethel Woods, Bethel, $45, $15 /designated driver.

12PM-3:30PM Children’s Day at Headless Horseman. legendary hometown haunts tones it down for a more mild, daytime experience for children, including a hayride with a spooky story told by a friendly storyteller, corn maze, games, face painting. Info: www.headlesshorseman.com or 845-339-2666. Headless Horseman, 778 Broadway, Ulster Park, $11.

12PM-7PM Benmarl’s October Harvest Grape Stomping Festival. (10/11-10/12) Stomp grapes, drink wine and dance to live music. Admission includes souvenir wine glass, wine tasting, tours. Info: 845-236-4265 or www.benmarl.com. Benmarl Winery, 156 Highland Ave, Marlboro.

12PM-6PM 1st Annual Italian Festival. Italian delicacies & food, kids spaghetti eating contest, adults meatball eating contest, music & entertainment, specialty vendors. Preregistration is required to participate in the food eating contest. Forms at Town of Marlborough: Town Hall. Cluett-Schantz Memorial Park, 1801-1805 Route 9W, Milton.

12PM ArtsWalk Literary Arts Festival. This two-day annual reading series features New York State writers and poets. 12 noon: Dara Lurie, Mark Lamoureaux; 1:45 pm: Dorothy Albertini, Veronica Wong; 3:30pm: Gretchen Primack, Norm Magnusson. Info: www.hudsonoperahouse.org.Hudson Opera House, 327 Warren St, Hudson.

1PM Edible & Medicinal Plant Walk with Dina Falconi. Info: 845-657-2482 or outreach@olivefreelibrary.org. Olive Free Library, 4033 Rt 28A, West Shokan.

1PM-4PM Wine Farmers’ Market. Info: 845-255-0600 Hudson Valley Wine Market, 119 Main St, Gardiner.

1PM Downtown Abbey Themed Tour. 90 minute tour, led by a costumed interpreter, explores the parallels between the family and servants at Staatsburgh and the characters on the show. Info: 845-889-8851 Staatsburgh State Historic Site, 75 Mills Mansion Dr, Staatsburg.

1PM-3PM Saturdays at the Woods (9/27-11/15) - Creative Voices - Creative Writing for youth in grades 2-6 will teach the art of storytelling through the themes and ideals of 1960’s. Creative expression, empathy, civic engagement, and point-of-view will all be explored. Info: www.bethelwoodscenter.org/arts-education/explore-the-arts. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Bethel, $100, $15 /per session.

1PM Create A Poem Using Erasure, Redaction & Collage. Poet Katrinka Moore is offering a free poetry workshop. Registration is suggested, but not required. Info: 518-263-2050 or bennettc@catskillmtn.org. “Corner Bookstore”, Kaaterskill Fine Arts & Crafts Gallery, 950 Main St, Hunter.

1PM-3PM Saturdays at the Woods (9/27-11/15). Intro to Drawing - Drawing on History for youth in grades 2-6 uses important messages of the 1960s to introduce the art of sketching. Artists of all levels are welcome! Info:www.bethelwoodscenter.org/arts-education/explore-the-arts. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Bethel, $100, $15 /per session.

1PM-4PM Wine Farmers’ Market. A new wine-tasting event series. Info: 255-0600. Hudson Valley Wine Market, 119 Main St, Gardiner.

1:30PM-3:30PM The Woodstock Poetry Society Meeting. Featured poets Richard Loranger and Teresa Costa. Open mic hosted by Phillip Levine. Free admission. Meets 2nd Saturday of every month at 2pm. Info: 679-8000 or nan.goldennotebook@gmail.com. The Golden Notebook, 29 Tinker St, Woodstock.

2PM Free Meditation Instruction. On-going every Saturday, 2pm in the Amitabha Shrine Room. 60-minute class requires no previous meditation experience. For info contact Jan Tarlin, 845-679-5906, 1012. Karma Triyiana Dharmachakra, 335 Meads Mountain Rd, Woodstock.

2PM-5PM Tantra: The Loom of Ecstasy with Mary Reilly Nichols. Explore the history of Tantric philosophy and methodology, which is the matrix in which Hatha Yoga has it’s root. Practice of posture, pranayama and meditation, experience the ecstasy and learnhow to use it to enrich our established yoga practice or start a new one. Info: 845-679-2100. Mirabai Bookstore, 23 Mill Hill Rd, Woodstock, $25.

2PM Gallery Talk: Manuel Cirauqui on Carl Andre. Free with museum admission. Info: 845-440-0100 or www.diaart.org. Dia:Beacon, 3 Beekman St, Beacon.

2:30PM-6PM Super Saturdays. Francesca Warnes will be on hand to offer arts and crafts, games, and fun. From time to time they’ll have special guest artists with different programs such as circus arts, nature walks. Info: 845.254.5469 or www.pinehillcommunitycenter.org. Pine Hill Community Center, 287 Main St, Pine Hill.

4PM-6PM Opening Reception: “Perfect Surrealist Behavior.” Retrospective exhibition of Georges Malkine works. Exhibits through 1/4/2015. Info: 845-679-2940 or info@woodstockart.org. Woodstock Artists Association and Museum, 28 Tinker St, Woodstock.

5PM-7PM The Art of Leah Rhodes: Myths & Milagros. Show exhibits thru 11/15. Galler hours: M-F, 10am-5pm, Sat, 12-5pm. Info: www.greenearts.org or 518-943-3400. GCCA Catskill Gallery, 398 Main St, Catskill.

5PM-8PM Beacon’s Second Saturday Stroll along Main Street. Art receptions, installations, exhibits & entertainment. Beacon.

5PM Hudson Valley Dance Festival. Produced by and benefiting Dancers Responding to AIDS, a program of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Tickets & info: www.dradance.org or 212-840-0770, x 229. Historic Catskill Point, Catskill, $250, $40.

5PM-11PM Wild Earth’s Harvest BBQ & Dance. Dinner: 5-8pm. Dancing: 8-11pm. Res reqr’d. Info: www.wildearth.org/family/wild-earths-local-harvest-barbecue-dance. Stone Ridge Orchard, Stone Ridge, $35 /dinner, free /after 8pm.

5PM-9PM Beacon Second Saturday. Join a city-wide celebration of the arts held on the second Saturday of every month where galleries and shops stay open until 9pm, most of which are right along Main Street. Art exhibits from around the globe, the event oftenincludes free gallery talks, live music, & wine tasting. Info:Beaconarts.org. Main Street, Beacon.

5PM The United Methodist Church of Shady Roast Beef Dinner & Bake Sale. Dinner complete with all the trimmings! Take-outs available from 5 to 6:45 pm. Adults $13 Children $7. Reservations: 340-1599 or 845-679-2982. Shady United Methodist Church, Rt 212, Shady.

5PM Hudson Valley Dance Festival. Features Paul Taylor Dance Company, Keigwin & Company, Gallim Dance, Pontus Lidberg Dance and Dorrance Dance. Info: 212-840-0770, x 229. The money raised will help support more than 450 AIDS and family service organizations nationwide.Historic Catskill Point, 1 Main St, Catskill.

5PM-7PM Opening Reception: Works by Judy Pfaff. Exhibits through 11/9. Info: 845-424-3960; director@garrisonartcenter.org. Garrison Art Center, Riverside Galleries, 23 Garrison’s Landing, Garrison.

5PM-8PM Opening Reception: Witness: The Cedar Tavern Phone Booth Show. Exhibits through 11/1. Info: www.starhousegallery.com Star House Gallery & Studio, The Shirt Factory, 77 Cornell St, Suite #316, Kingston.

5PM-7PM Opening Reception: Works by Christopher Kurtz / Martin Puryear / Jeff Shapiro. Exhibits through 11/16. Info: pspace209@gmail.com. PS 209 Art Gallery, 3670 Main St, Stone Ridge.

5:30PM Opening Reception: Tatiana Rhinevault. Info: 845-876-5232. Rhinebeck Smoky Rock BBQ, 6367 Mill St, Rhinebeck.

6PM Open Reception: Beginnings. A Solo Exhibition of Paintings by Lynda Youmans. Exhibits through 11/22. Info: 845-677-5857. Merritt Bookstore, Upstairs Gallery, Millbrook.

6PM-9PM Indigenous People’s Day Weekend: Native American-themed poetry open mic. Info: 845-679-8777. Shivastan Poetry Ashram, 6 Hillcrest Ave, Woodstock.

6PM Teen Groups with Jake. Sat. evenings. For kids to hang out and play games, fooze ball, basket ball etc. Info: 1-877-576-9931. Empowering Ellenville, 159 Canal St, Ellenville, free.

6:30PM Book Reading: Clark Strand, Author of Waking the Buddha. Info: 845- 679-8000, www.goldennotebook.com. Kleinert/James Center for the Arts, 34 Tinker St, Woodstock.

7PM Book Launch Event: Barbara Ballinger, author of “The Kitchen Bible: Designing the Perfect Culinary Space.” Info: 845-876-0500 Oblong Books & Music, 6422 Montgomery St, Rhinebeck, free.

7PM Classics on The Hudson: Horszowski Trio. Jesse Mills, Violin. Raman Ramakrishnan, Cello. Rieko Aizawa, Piano. Info: 518-822-1438 or www.hudsonoperahouse.org Hudson Opera House, 327 Warren St, Hudson.

7PM-11:30PM The Gallery/Open Mic/Open Stage Jam. Music, fine art, and meet new friends! Every 2nd Sat. Feel free to bring a plate and or beverage to share responsibly. Info: 607-652-4030 or www.touhey.com. The Gallery, 128 Main St, Stamford, $5.

7PM Marc Von Em. Info: 845-255-9463 Robibero Family Vineyards, 714 Albany Post Rd, New Paltz.

7PM Live at Kindred Spirits: Acoustic Jazz featuring Grammy winner Malcolm Cecil on bass, guitarist Steve Raleigh, pianist Peter Tomlinson, NYC saxophonist Al Guart and local guest artists. No cover or minimum! Kindred Spirits, 334 Rte 32A, Palenville, 518-678-3101.

7PM Lantern Tour of Lindenwald. From among the shadows they will have a glimpse of Lindenwald, President Martin Van Buren’s mansion, in the dimming twilight. Reservations are required. Info: 518-758-9689. Martin Van Buren NHS, 1013 Old Post Rd, Kinderhook.

7PM St. James’ Episcopal Church 5th Annual Graveyard Tours. Tours every half hour, with the last tour at 8:30 pm. Not recommended for children under 5. Rain or shine. Res reqr’d. Info: www.stjameshistoricgraveyardtours.com. St. James’ Episcopal Church, 4526 Albany Post Rd, Hyde Park.

7PM The Woodstock Smart Meter Forum will feature a free film detailing how one person got off-the grid. After the screening, Steve Romine, of StopSmartMetersWoodstockNY.com will discuss additional ways to leave the grid and implement a viable Smart Meter Opt-Out plan. Info: 845-679-8111. Woodstock Public Library, 5 Library Ln, Woodstock, free.

7PM Kingston Spoken Word. Memoirists Abigail Thomas and Jennifer Waddell will perform as featured readers. Host Annie LaBarge. Info: 845-514-2007. Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Catskills, 320 Sawkill Rd, Kingston, $5, $2.50 /open mic.

7PM Live Music Featuring Marc Von Em. Info: www.robiberofamilyvineyards.com or 845-255-9463. Robibero Winery, 74 Albany Post Rd, New Paltz.

7PM Live @ The Falcon: The Mose Allison Project w/ The John Chin Quartet & Richard Julian. Info: 845-236-7970 or www.liveatthefalcon.com. The Falcon, 1348 Route 9W, Marlboro.

7:30PM Saturday Night Live Music & Noodles. 2nd set at 9pm.No cover, $5 donations to musicians recommended. Info: 845-255-8811 or www.GKnoodles.com. Gomen-Kudasai Noodle Shop, Rite Aid Plaza, New Paltz.

7:30PM Clarion 2014 Leaf Peeper Concert Series: The Newell Jenkins Baroque Concert. Music director - World-renowned flutist Eugenia Zukerman. Performers include Sanford Allen, Zukerman, oboist Virginia Brewer and harpsichordist Anthony Newman. Info: 518-329-5613 or leafpeeper.clarionconcerts@gmail.com and to purchase tickets. www.leafpeeperconcerts.org. Copake United Methodist Church, Copake, $25 /per concert, $80 /series, free /students w/parent.

7:30PM-10:30PM Third Saturday Contra Dance. Bill Fischer calling & music by Wry Bred. Info: www.hudsonvalleydance.org/ or 845-473-7050. Admission $10/5 full time students. St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, 55 Wilbur Blvd, Poughkeepsie.

8PM 2nd Friday Swing Salon at the Uptown Gallery in Kingston. 8-11pm. The evening will feature a dance lesson from 8-8:30pm by professional swing dance instructors, Linda and Chester Freeman of Got2Lindy Dance Studios followed by an evening of dancing to classic and contemporary swing music. Admission is $12. The Uptown Gallery is located at 296 Wall Street, Kingston. The Swing Salon will be held on the 2nd Friday of every month. For more information visit www.got2lindy.com or call 845-236-3939.

8PM Sitar Concert. Indrajit Roy-Chowdhury on Sitar. He will be accompanied by Sanjib Pal on tabla. Benefiting Matagiri Sri Aurobindo Center. Info: 845-679-2926. Kleinert James Arts Center, 34 Tinker St, Woodstock, $20.

8PM Vassar College Orchestra. Conducted by Eduardo Navega (lecturer in music). Info: 845-437-7294 or www.music.vassar.edu/concerts. Vassar College, Skinner Hall of Music, Poughkeepsie.

8PM Amy & Leslie - Featuring Amy Fradon and Leslie Ritter. Info: 845-255-1559 or www.unisonarts.org. Unison Arts Center, 68 Mountain Rest Rd, New Paltz, $26.

8PM Bryan Gordon ,solo in the taproom. Info: www.hydeparkbrewing.com or 845-229-8277. Hyde Park Brewing Co, 4076 Albany Post Rd, Hyde Park.

8PM Bonnie & Clyde. Book by Ivan Menchell. Lyrics by Don Black. Music by Frank Wildhorn. Directed by Jovan Bradley. Musical Direction by Amy Gustin. Info: 845-227-7855 or www.trinityplayersny.org. Cunneen-Hackett Arts Center, 12 Vassar St, Poughkeepsie, $19.95, $16.95 /senior/student, $16.95 /child.

8PM David Sedaris. One of America’s pre-eminent humor writers. Info: 845-339-6088 or www.bardavon.org. Bardavon, 35 Market St, Poughkeepsie, $48.

8PM Live Music. Info: 845-679-3484. Harmony Café @ Wok ‘n Roll, 50 Mill Hill Rd, Woodstock.

8PM Equivocation. Info: www.centerforperformingarts.org. Center for the Performing Arts at Rhinebeck, Rhinebeck.

9PM Riverfront Music Series. Live music featuring local singers and songwriters every Fri. and Sat. Info: 845-876-7442. China Rose, 1 Shatzell Ave, Rhinecliff, free.

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