On July 13th from noon to 10 p.m., Piermont Avenue will be closed to traffic for the village’s annual Bastille Day celebration. French flags will flap along the avenue where restaurants and shops will have outdoor tables. The streets will fill with live music and the pleasant aromas of traditional French, Italian, Continental, Mexican, Irish and American cuisine served by local restaurants. Witness a re-enactment of the storming of the Bastille. There will be a guillotine on display, albeit with a wooden blade.
Parking for Piermont's Bastille Day on Saturday July 13th, is available in various locations around Piermont Avenue where the event takes place. The Piermont Police are responsible for the parking and will direct people to parking locations.
PIERMONT'S ART IN THE PARK is an annual art festival located on the shores of the Hudson River in Flywheel Park. Now in its 6th year, this festival offers space to artists free of charge. This family friendly event is free of charge to visitors, and many of our artists offer workshops and create work on-site. It's a celebration of Rockland County's long tradition of artists and makers. In the past years, we have enjoyed hosting visitors and artists from all over the county (and we have even hosted an international contingent) to display and sell their work. CLICK HERE for details.
An all-Tchaikovsky program with pianist, Vassily Primakov, violinist, Filip Pogády, cellist, Yves Dharamraj; and guest artists, Oxana Mikhailoff and Asiya Korepanova. Asiya will also display her original artwork - a collection of 18 drawings - inspired by each of the pieces that make up Tchaikovsky's up Op.72.
Marking the 120th anniversary of Tchaikovsky's death, the program will encompass his solo piano works including several numbers from the Concert Suite, “The Nutcracker", a winter holiday favorite.
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The Dennis P. McHugh Piermont Public Library presents its Annual Gift of Art Show & Sale with the theme: Postcards from Around the World. See facebook event for further details.
A “Piermont’s Holiday Festival” Event
Leonard Bernstein's daughter, Jamie Bernstein, discusses her new book, Famous Father Girl. In addition, world-class classical pianist Lara Downes will play music by Mr. Bernstein. Ms. Bernstein's book and Ms. Downes CDs will be available for purchase and signing. Click HERE for more information.
The Dennis P. McHugh Piermont Public Library presents a Book Talk by Margaret Winslow with a special guest appearance by Caleb the donkey, weather permitting. Join us Sunday, November 11 at 2 pm for Smart Ass: How a Donkey Challenged Me to Accept His True Nature & Rediscover My Own. Margaret Winslow is an award-winning local author of travel memoirs: Over My Head: Journeys in Leaky Boats from the Strait of Magellan to Cape Horn and Beyond and The Cusp of Dreadfulness. Click here for more info.
See yourself in color and light!
With Melissa Forbes you will learn the role of colors and planets, how to use the Vedic square to create Mandalas, & to make a Mandala based on your personal numerology, your birthday, determining the Psychic & Destiny numbers, to receive maximum benefit & harmony with the planet.
Limited to 13 participants – Pre-registration is required
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The opening gala concert of Sparkill Concert Series 2018-19 season will truly be a one of a kind experience. For the first time in the history of Sparkill Concert Series, not two hands, not even four, but six hands and not on one piano, but on two magnificent Grands. Three illustrious Russian pianists - Vassily Primakov, Natalia Lavrova and Oxana Mikhailoff will open the season. There will be an opening reception, a performance and a dinner following the concert. Click HERE for more information.
SALUTE is a non-profit organization, established in 1974, to recognize, support and celebrate the efforts of women in the arts. We do this by exhibiting members’ work throughout the year in as many venues as possible. SALUTE artists represent an array of the visual arts: oil, acrylic, and watercolor painters; photographers, portraiture artists; artists whose medium is craypas and charcoal as well as collagists. Exhibition Runs Through November 14th. Click HERE for more information.
Screening of The Shining (1980) [R] 2hr 26min
Join us for our October film when things get a little creepy for Halloween with this horror classic. "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy," so have some fun and take in a fall flick at the Dennis P. McHugh Piermont Public Library.
We've read and discussed the book. Now join us for a screening of the 1981 film adaptation of Thomas Berger's novel Neighbors followed by a brief group discussion of reactions to the film, comparison and contrast with the book, etc.