TONIGHT: Night Ranger and Vince Neil

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Wednesday, July 18th at the Orange County Fair

Night Ranger is an American rock band from San Francisco formed in 1979 that gained popularity during the 1980s with a series of albums and singles.

Vince Neil is the legendary voice of Motley Crue. Vince makes his return to the Orange County Fair Speedway stage. TICKETS

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Lady Moon & The Eclipse

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Led by Ngonda Badila (whose name means ‘moon’ in Congolese), Lady Moon & The Eclipse are a multicultural collective blending soaring vocal textures with R&B/afrobeat-influenced rhythms to create inspirational music with an emphasis on inclusivity and spiritual unity.
Well know for their spectacular performances with compelling dance moves, galactic projection art, and ethereal handmade regalia designed and handmade by Lady Moon herself, there is no denying the entrancing beauty on this cosmic journey.

This concert by Lady Moon & The Eclipse is part of a weekend of events by Hudson’s first family of creativity. Don’t miss Young Paris’ (Milandou Badila) triumphant return to his hometown Friday, July 20 at 9pm, and the free performances of Spirit of the River on Friday, July 20; Saturday, July 21; and Sunday, July 22.

Middletown’s Summer Concert Series

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The City of Middletown & The Downtown Middletown Business Improvement District is proud to announce the 2018 Summer Concert Series! These Free Concerts at Run 4 Downtown Park resume May 24th and go until August 17th with a special Friday Night Concert to conclude the series. This event will take place weekly on Thursdays from 6 to 8 PM at 19 North Street. This Event is Weather Permitting. For more information feel free to give the BID Office a call at (845) 343-8075.

The Keys to Making a Gallery Wall Look Timeless (Not Trendy)

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Gallery walls have been going strong for a while now in home design. That’s probably because they’re the perfect solution for filling up blank wall space—until, well, they’re not. If we are being honest, gallery walls are actually pretty difficult to pull off. Sure, it’s your home and ultimately anything goes. But haven’t we all seen a gallery wall or two that’s awkward, either in terms of the spacing or placement of pieces, frame selection, or heck, even the amount (and style) of items? A gallery wall should really always be a work in progress—something that continues to grow until it reaches the state of being potentially wall-to-wall, ceiling-to-floor salon style for maximum impact. A small cluster of random artwork on a wall feels too try-hard, right? But I guess you’ve got to start somewhere and acquire works that mean something to you over time. So as you go about that process, let’s take a look at some fully “mature” salon walls that get it right and figure out why. That way, you’ll have some guidance and inspo for your own project. Keep Reading on ApartmentTherapy.com >>>

A Concert of Works for Flute and Guitar

29339597_10216151040514480_9105771331164569600_nConcerts Con Brio presents:

Carl Gutowski, flute, and David Temple Classical Guitar in a program featuring works from western classical music by John Dowland and Mauro Giuliani, traditional pieces of Romanian, American, Chinese and Irish heritage and tangos by the Argentinian composers Astor Piazzolla and Fernando Carlos Tavolaro.

Christ Episcopal Church – Poughkeepsie, NY
20 Carroll Street
Poughkeepsie, NY 12603

April 22, 2018 @ 4:00 PM
$10 tickets at the door; students free.

Get more details at http://www.christchurchpok.org/music-events/

The Dining Room

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The Marist College Club of Theatre Arts proudly presents The Dining Room by A.R. Gurney!

Set in a single dining room, the play consists of 18 vignettes overlapping and intertwining that depict different families from different homes and in different time periods. Overall, it tells the story of the dying and relatively short-lived culture of upper-middle class Americans, and the transition into a much more efficient society with less emphasis on tradition and more emphasis on progress.

WHERE:
Nelly Goletti Theatre

WHEN:
Friday, March 23rd at 8:00PM
Saturday, March 24th at 8:00PM
Sunday, March 25th at 2:00PM

Student Ticket: $5
Adult Ticket: $10
To reserve your tickets, email boxofficemccta@gmail.com!

Director: Steve LaMaita
Production Manager: Anna McClear
Asst. Director: Tom Vestuto
Stage Manager: Jill Craig

The Dining Room is produced in arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc.

WINTER WEEKENDS AT STORM KING

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Mar 10, 2018 – Mar 11, 2018 @ 11:00 AM

Enjoy access to Storm King during the off-season during our January Winter Weekend. Explore the sculpture and grounds in the brilliant winter landscape. Storm King Members will receive free admission and special perks on-site, sponsored by 2 Alices in Cornwall and Adams Fairacre Farms.  The Art Center gate will open at 11AM and a walking tour will be held at 1PM on both Saturday and Sunday. More details and events at HVMAG.com

Pride of the Yankees

pride-yankees-07THE PARAMOUNT IN MIDDLETOWN IS PLEASED TO PRESENT THEIR 2018 CLASSIC SERIES, TAKING PLACE SELECT SATURDAYS AT 1:30 PM. ALL SHOWS ARE ONLY $6. WITH LIVE PRE-SHOW ORGAN MUSIC STARTING 30 MINUTES BEFORE THE FEATURE.

Pride of the Yankees (1942)
Saturday, February 17th – 1:30 PM
2 hours and 8 minutes – Biography, Drama, Romance – NR

Director: Sam Wood
Writers: Jo Swerling (screenplay), Herman J. Mankiewicz (screenplay)
Stars: Gary Cooper, Teresa Wright, Babe Ruth

This film chronicles the life of first baseman Lou Gehrig. The story begins as young Lou Gehrig dreams of becoming a professional ballplayer. While in college, Lou becomes a star athlete and is signed by the New York Yankees. In 1939, Lou discovers that he has a fatal neurological disease.