Sept. 21, 2019
It's the second annual Glen Harvest Fest hosted by The Glen Conservancy and the 77th NY Regimental Balladeers. Events include children’s historic games with Shari Crawford, face and pumpkin painting, gifts, crafts and music. Tracie Soper’s Glen Cottage Farm and The Rustic Red House at the Glen Country Store will be open with special activities for the day, including flowers, gifts, crafts, food and special treats. And the 77th NY Regimental Balladeers will present a concert at 2:00 pm, followed by a dance.
Sept. 4, 11, 18, & 25 2019
Chord Theory Workshops
Daryl Kosinski leads a four-week chord theory workshop series. You will explore creating chords for guitar and other instruments. It is designed to help musicians at any skill level to learn how to build chords. All instruments welcome; bring instruments and a notebook and pencil. The series is free and will be held on Wednesday evenings in September.
July 20, 2019
Big Galut(e) performs a unique repertoire of Jewish music spanning five continents and six centuries. Noted by critics for “the virtuosity of its members,” the band has appeared as soloists with orchestra, at the National Yiddish Book Center, at chamber music venues, at colleges from Stanford to Oberlin to Hebrew Union, and at temples, synagogues, and JCCs from Hawaii to the East Coast. Their repertory includes Klezmer originals and new twists on old tunes; classical pieces; tangos from Buenos Aires and Broadway; comic songs; and much more.
June 6, 2019
It’s our first movie event at the Hall, and we’re starting off with a classic. The Circus won Charles Chaplin his first Academy Award, in 1929. It’s the story of a tramp who evades police by hiding in a circus, where he proves to be a hilarious act. Trouble is, he can’t seem to be funny on purpose. We’re showing this silent classic in all its black-and-white glory, with popcorn that won’t, we hope, be overpriced, along with a bounty of other goodies.