Pianist Richard Kimball in Concert


Richard will be playing an original program of works in his unique style.

Saturday, October 21st 8:00pm. Suggested Donation $15:00

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Chardavogne Barn – Fifty Years



For more information call 845 258 4645

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PechaKucha Night #3


Title:  PechaKucha Night #3

Time:  8 PM

Date: Saturday, September 9, 2017

Contact: Pat Foxx  845-258-0818 or Phyllis 845-258-4563

PechaKucha is a way to tell stories.  It’s a concise format whereby the presenter talks along with 20 images that are each projected for 20 seconds. The talk lasts 6 ½ minutes.  It started in Japan and is now in 900 cities around the world. Warwick is one of them!

The presenters for our third evening of stories are:

Richard Hull – My Father’s World: Barns and Farms in Warwick’s Past

Kate Prendergast  – Prasava Sutra Birth

Lynn Youland  – Message from Armenia

Dan Mack – Objects as Magical Decoys and Divine Allurements

Gail Buckland -A Life in Photography

Diane Arcieri – Eugene Arcieri, Woodstock Artist….Visionary

Each will share their images and stories for an evening of variety and fascinating revelations.  Refreshments will be served. Donation: $5.00


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DuBois: A Man for all Times


Saturday September 30th 8:00PM  Suggested donation $15.00

This play entertains and enthralls as it compels the viewer to travel on this near 100 year journey. The audience is brought to laughter and tears, and introduced to characters who are real people, not just in History books.

DuBois spoke for women’s Rights.

DuBois spoke for the need for education, for the need for peace.

This play won tremendous critical acclaim at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, was commissioned for performances in Holland before Queen Beatrix, and just completed a triumphant run at the V & A Museum in London.

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Like Father Unlike Son

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