Saturday, Nov. 17: In this show, Rossellini addresses the latest scientific discoveries about animal minds, intelligence and emotions.
Sunday, Nov. 18: There’s a competition for home-fermented concoctions, 100 vendors, live music, and late in the afternoon, the Pickle Triathlon gets underway with a Pickle-Eating Contest, a Pickle-Juice-Drinking Contest and a Pickle-Tossing Contest.
Saturday-Sunday, Nov. 17-18: Once called “the nexus of arty and party,” this curated craft fair features more than 75 vendors, offering everything from food and spirits to jewelry, ceramics, clothing, woodworking, leather goods, health and beauty products.
Mini-Maker Faire in Poughkeepsie; Puppy Day in Rhinebeck; Mary Poppins the Musical; Meet a sloth at the Civic Center, and more.
Saturday, Nov. 17: The lauded trombonist explores the intersection of indie art song, jazz and world music with Catharsis, whose latest politically charged record, Find the Common, Shine the Light, was described by The Nation as “unpretentiously intelligent and profoundly moving.”
Saturday, Nov. 17: This concert will feature classical music with Asian influences: Stravinsky’s Nightingale and Bartok’s Mandarin, plus Silk Road Ensemble clarinetist and composer Kinan Azmeh will perform in his own Suite for Improvisor and Orchestra.
Wednesday, Nov. 21: The brothers Felice, sporting a revamped lineup and a bottomless catalogue of classic Americana surrealism, will be joined by Not My Sister.
Sunday, Nov. 18: As part of Ashokan’s Catskill Conversations, the painter and printmaker tells the story of the devastation and upheaval that her ancestors survived during the creation of the Ashokan Reservoir.
Friday-Sunday, Nov. 16-18: Discreetly tucked in the Chestnut Street Historic District, where shipping baron Samuel D. Coykendall once reigned in splendor over the city’s booming waterfront, a building that once served as the coachhouse for the Coykendall estate became, in 1950, the permanent home of the longest-operating community theater company in Ulster County.
Leaves will be picked up “loose raked” to the road edge or in bio-degradable paper bags.