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September 19, 2019

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Thursday, September 19

THIRD THURSDAY NATURE SERIES

6:30 PM
This month's topic: How to Recycle Better and Contribute to a Zero Waste Future: What types of plastics are recyclable? What is not recyclable? Find out here! Where does your trash go? Is everything you send for recycling really being recycled? How …

Music on Market

7:30 PM
Nexus: "one of the world's most influential percussion ensembles - NY Times. Adults: $15, Seniors/Students: $10, Children 12 and under are free.

"Acting Out," an exhibition drawn from the Marieluise Hessel Collection at CCS Bard

"Acting Out" takes its prompt from artist Leigh Ledare's "The Task," a single channel film of a three-day Group Relations Conference—a social psychology method developed by London’s Tavistock Institute—that the artist organized in Chicago in …

"Leidy Churchman: Crocodile"

"Crocodile," the first U.S. exhibition of work by Leidy Churchman (b. 1979, Villanova, PA), illustrates the ideas and drive toward reinvention and experimentation at play in this emerging artist’s work. Including over sixty paintings, it focuses …

Golden Age Seniors KA (Kerhonkson/Accord)

Seniors, 55 and older, are invited to attend the Golden Age Seniors KA meetings, 1 p.m. each first (Sept. 5) and third (Sept. 19) Thursday of the month, April-December, at the Accord Firehouse, 22 …

Nil Yalter: Exile is a Hard Job

"Exile Is a Hard Job" is the first solo U.S. museum exhibition of work by Nil Yalter (b. 1938, Cairo), a pioneer of socially engaged art since the 1970s. She was one of the first artists in France to use video, when it first emerged as an artistic …

Shadowland Stages presents FLINT

"FLINT is a tough and honest portrayal of two couples (one black and one white), neighbors who have seen their lives greatly diminished 2 1/2 years after losing their jobs at the auto plant. Their …

The Dr. Donald C. Katt Institute for Constitutional Studies Annual Lecture - "Is the Constitution Under Threat?"

Albert M. Rosenblatt is a retired Judge of the New York Court of Appeals, a Judicial Fellow at New York University Law School, of counsel to the law firm of McCabe and Mack, and a founder and past President of the Historical Society of the Courts of …

Friday, September 20

Outdoor Film Screening: Taking Woodstock

7:30 PM
Fisher Center at Montgomery Place presents In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Woodstock Festival of 1969, see the (mostly) true story behind the legendary event across the river from where it all happened. In Ang Lee’s film, …

"Acting Out," an exhibition drawn from the Marieluise Hessel Collection at CCS Bard

"Acting Out" takes its prompt from artist Leigh Ledare's "The Task," a single channel film of a three-day Group Relations Conference—a social psychology method developed by London’s Tavistock Institute—that the artist organized in Chicago in …
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