For families with young children. Wear your PJs, bring a pillow or stuffed animal and enjoy some stories.
For families with children ages 8 and up. Join Ron Gee for this fun family program where you will learn about Chinese Painting. We invite you to read the book Dumpling Days by Grace Lin, which inspired this program.
The gently flowing movements of Qigong & Taijiquan, known more simply as Tai Chi, are ancient Chinese practices widely recognized for promoting many health benefits. These include improved balance, better posture, enhanced energy, and calmness of mind. In this series of 6 sessions, participants will learn standing meditation, simple qigong exercises, and some basic taijiquan postures.
Classes will be conducted outdoors, weather permitting, and are limited to 30 participants. Registration is required for each individual session. Registration for all sessions is not required.
Explore with Susan Handler the symbolism encoded in art. Participants will investigate the paintings of Renoir, van Eyck, Picass and selection of international graffiti.
Susan Handler is an interdisciplinary thinker and practicing art historian, arts educator, mixed-media artist, grant writer, as well as a theatrical, operatic, and dance costumer
Together we will read the story Joha Makes a Wish by Eric Kimmel, a story about a poor man who finds trouble when he finds a wish stick. We will discuss the story and make our own wish sticks.
Radio Flyer, a Hudson Valley based cover band, is recognized as one of the leading bands specializing in an eclectic mix of music always performed with the highest level of professionalism. The band will be performing favorite music selections from artists ranging from VanMorrison and Steely Dan to the Allman Brothers, Michael Buble, Bruce Springsteen, and so much more!