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LITERARY & BOOKS

Come Back Strong: Wellnes After Surgical Menopause 5-6pm. Comeback Strong author Lori Ann King will share tips and tools to manage menopause, both surgical and natural in regard to nutrition, exercise, complementary medicine, and lifestyle changes. King is a bestselling author, speaker, blogger, certified sports nutritionist, and wellness coach. Woodstock Public Library, Woodstock. 679-2311.

MUSIC

Abby Z and the New Utility at the Fisher Center Close your eyes and imagine you’re at a volleyball game—hear the sneakers squeaking, the players grunting. It is this gymnasium soundtrack that accompanies Abby Zbikowski’s modern dance “Abandoned Playground,”—nine athletically clothed performers move with frenetic, synchronized intensity to the sound of their own stomping and shouting. Tension rises as dancers run, tumble, and kick their way on and off stage. Through them you understand dancing as a sport as well as an art form. Zbikowski won the 2017 Juried Bessie Award for her works in contemporary dance, which focus more on physical rigor than a pristine finished product. Catch the daring performance on March 31 at 7:30pm or April 1 at 2pm at Bard College’s Fisher Center. Tickets are $25. (845) 758-6822. Fishercenter.bard.edu. —Briana Bonfiglio WORKSHOPS & CLASSES

Happy Hour Yoga Second Friday of every month, 7-8pm. $20. Happy Hour with Ali Verdicchio is a fun and energetic Vinyasa flow class set to varying musical playlists each month. It is great for all levels, with simple modifications for beginner yogis and plenty of variations for those with a more advanced practice. Be prepared to build heat through Asana and Pranayama in this invigorating, musically inspired workout. Cold Spring Yoga Studio, Cold Spring. 265-4444.

SATURDAY 10 DANCE

Swing Dance with Live Band 7:30-10:30pm. $15. Includes basic lesson at 7:308pm with instructors Linda and Chester Freeman of Got2Lindy Dance Studios. Hurley Reformed Church, Hurley. 236-3939.

FAIRS & FESTIVALS

Beacon Second Saturday Second Saturday of every month. Second Saturday is a city-wide celebration of the arts held on the second Saturday of every month where galleries and shops stay open until 9pm, most of which are right along Main Street. Beaconarts.org Downtown Beacon, Beacon. Randolph School Maple Fest 11am-4pm. $10/$5 children/$25 family. Tour the maple-sugaring process of tapping, collecting and boiling sap to make maple syrup. Join musicians Jordan Shapiro, Emily Ellias and Stephen Clair as we celebrate the joys of maple sugaring. Additional activities include live music, story-telling, face painting, crafts, and hikes on Randolph’s lovely, forested property. A pancake lunch will be available from 11am-1pm. The Randolph School, Wappingers Falls. 297-5600.

FILM

Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun? Q&A with Travis Wilkerson 7:30-9pm. $9/$7 member and student. Q&A with Director and Vassar Film Professor Travis Wilkerson after screening of his documentary “Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?” Time and Space Limited, Hudson. (518) 822-8100. The Post 7:15pm. Rosendale Theatre, Rosendale. 658-8989.

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Roman Holiday 1:30-3:30pm. $6. With live pre-show organ music starting 30 minutes before the feature. Overwhelmed by her suffocating schedule, touring European princess Ann takes off for a night while in Rome. Paramount Theatre, Middletown. 346-4195. Steamboat Bill Jr. 2pm. This classic silent comedy is an infectious combination of satire and sight gags that climaxes with one of the most hilarious typhoons to hit the screen. Shadowland Theatre, Ellenville. 647-5511.

HEALTH & WELLNESS First Person: The Transformative Art of Memoir Writing with Lorraine Ash 10:30am-6pm. $225. 2-day course. Memoir is a search for deeper identity and, at its best, reveals some hard-won truth about the human experience. Izlind Integrative Wellness Center and Institute of Rhinebeck, Rhinebeck. (201) 248-2146. Metastatic Breast Cancer Support Group Second Saturday of every month, 12-1:30pm. Peer led support group by Breast Cancer Options, a local non-profit organization serving the Hudson Valley with free support and education services. The organization is committed to providing people with the information, support and advocacy they need to make informed health choices. Christ the King Church, New Paltz. 339-4673.

KIDS & FAMILY Cultural Traditions Related of Easter, Passover, and Now Ruz 10am-noon. The family friendly event will include display and information tables for each celebration. There will be make and take activities related to each holiday as well as food samples representative of those eaten in various cultures during those holidays. Presented by The Folk Arts Program at Arts Mid-Hudson and Millbrook Library. Millbrook Free Library, Millbrook. 677-3611.

LECTURES & TALKS Life in Antarctica 11:30am-12:30pm. Have you ever wondered what it’s like to live in the coldest place on earth? Come hear Clinton resident Melissa Coggeshall tell youshe has been to Antarctica three times and will be here at the library talking about her experience and showing off some of the gear necessary for human survival in this extreme climate. Clinton Community Library, Rhinebeck. 266-5530. Poets Bertha Rogers and Richard Levine 7pm. $5. Featured reading followed by open mike. Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Catskills, Kingston. 331-2884.

The BBoyz 8:30-11pm. Featuring Tom, Benni, Barry, Mark, Peter, Mike, and Barry the Boys play Soul, funk, R&B, and all flavors in between. Originating in the Hudson Valley this seven piece band features a boogie-down horn section that brings everyone out on the dance floor. High Falls Cafe, High Falls. 687-2699. Beacon Record and CD Fest 9am-5pm. New & used record, LP 45 CD, DVD, posters & memorabilia dealers from New York, New Jersey & Connecticut. Beacon Winter Farmers’ Market at the VFW, Beacon. Facebook. com/events/410158669406628/. Brian Dunne with Girl Blue 8pm. The LInda, Albany. (518) 465-5233. Catskill Cabaradio 6-9pm. Pot luck dinner at 6pm, show at 7pm.$5 Pine Hill Community Center, Pine Hill. 254-5469. David Bryne 8pm. Ulster Performing Arts Center (UPAC), Kingston. 339-6088. Deadgrass 8pm. The Falcon Underground, Marlboro. 236-7970. Dumpstaphunk 9pm. Funk jam. Club Helsinki, Hudson. (518) 828-4800. Early Music 4pm. $15. The Hudson Valley Consort performs music of the 17 th and 18 th centuries by Handel, Telemann, Corelli and Couperin. Dongmyung Ahn & Scot Moore, violins; Christine Gummere, cello; Dylan Sauerwald, harpsichord. Includes refreshments. Elmendorph Inn, Red Hook. 758-5887. Feast of Friends: Performing the Music of the Doors 8pm. $20-$30. Daryl’s House Club, Pawling. 289-0185. Godspeed You! Black Emperor 8-10pm. $45 preferred/$35/$26 students and advance. Godspeed You! Black Emperor’s newest album, “Luciferian Towers,” offers a transcendent, melodic maturity even as it rumbles through an apocalyptic contemporary landscape. MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA. https://www.google. com/search?q=mass+moca+box+office+phone +number&rlz=1C1PRFC_enUS748US748&oq=m assmoca+bo&aqs=chrome.2.69i57j0l3j69i60l2.30 24j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8. Gypsy Swing Brunch: La Pompe Attack noon. Daryl’s House Club, Pawling. 289-0185. Singer/Guitarist Maggie Rothwell 1-3pm. Red Hook Public Library, Red Hook. 758-3241. Marji Zintz 5pm. Acoustic. Bear Cafe, Woodstock. 679-5555. The Met Live:Rossini’s Semiramide 1pm. Bardavon Opera House, Poughkeepsie. 473-2072. NEQ 7:30pm. $20/$15/$5. The Hudson Valley-based band plays rock, Americana, Afro-Cuban, classical, funk, and ethnic grooves, engaging the listener with a dynamic sound and a collision of musical styles. Cabaret-style seating. Spencertown Academy Arts Center, Spencertown. (518) 392-3693. Ragtime 8pm. $27/$25 seniors. Rhinebeck Center for Performing Arts, Rhinebeck. 876-3080.

OPEN HOUSES/PARTIES/BENEFITS

Sudbury Open House 1-4pm. HVSS Open Houses are the best way to begin to get to know the school. Students, parents, alumni, and staff members will be in attendance to give tours of the campus, discuss the school, and answer questions. Panel discussion at 2:00. Hudson Valley Sudbury School, Kingston. 679-1002.

OUTDOORS & RECREATION

Maple Sugar Tour $6-$10. Learn how to identify and tap sugar maple trees, discover sugaring techniques used by Native Americans, pioneers, and modern-day farmers, see an evaporator in action, and finish by participating in our taste test challenge to see if you can tell the difference between maple-flavored syrup and the real thing. Hudson Highlands Nature Museum’s Outdoor Discovery Center, Cornwall. 534-7781.

THEATER

Murder Me Always 7pm. Buffet dinner, wine and desserts and show presented by Murder Cafe. Unison, New Paltz. 255-1559.

Murder Me Always: A Night of Comedy Dinner Theater 6:30-9pm. $35/$30 for Unison Members. Make reservations for a one-of-a-kind dinner theater experience at Unison. Doors open at 6:30pm, Dinner and Show begin at 7pm. Ticket includes dinner and show. Wine will be available. A hardboiled mystery set in the 1940s. Unison, New Paltz. 255-1559.

WORKSHOPS & CLASSES

Day of Stillness Dharma Drum Retreat Center, Pine Bush. 744-8114. Drawing and Painting with Les Castellanos 9am-noon. $200/4 sessions. Woodstock School of Art, Woodstock. 679-2388. Repair Cafe: Rosendale 10am-2pm. Free repairs courtesy of experts who are also your neighbors. St. Peter’s Catholic Church, Rosendale. Repaircafehv.org. Vegetable and Annual Flower Seed Starting 10am-noon. $25/$15 members. This workshop will focus on indoor sowing and growing-on practices, including preparation of an effective seed-sowing schedule, techniques for successful germination of challenging seeds, and management of plants at various stages of growth. Workshop participants will practice seed sowing and transplanting a variety of plants to take home for the spring and summer growing season. Berkshire Botanical Garden, Stockbridge, MA. (413) 298-3926. Yakitori: Japanese Grilling 1-4pm. $85. Corrine Trang, chef/ author. bluecashew Kitchen Pharmacy, Rhinebeck. 876-1117.

SUNDAY 11 DANCE

Dance Film Sunday Presents The Bolshoi Ballet in "Romeo and Juliet" 2pm. $12/$10 members/$6 children. Choreographer Alexei Ratmansky’s brilliant and detailed adaptation set to Sergei Prokofiev’s romantic score in this live HD capture from Moscow. The Rosendale Theatre, Rosendale. 658-8989. Swing Dance to Crazy Feet 3-6pm. $15/$10 FT students. Beginners’ swing lesson 3:00-3:30. Dance from 3:30 to 6:00. No partner necessary. Sponsored by Hudson Valley Community Dances. Arlington Reformed Church, Poughkeepsie. 454-2571.

FILM

The Post 7:15pm. Rosendale Theatre, Rosendale. 658-8989.

HEALTH & WELLNESS

Journey into Self Awareness 10:30am. $15. Join Theo Meth for a morning filled with music, humor, divine celebration and laughter, howling, dancing, shaking, gibberish, chanting, guided self inquiry and silent meditation. Milkweed, Sugar Loaf.

LECTURES & TALKS

Emerson & Thoreau: the Transcendentalists & India Fireside Talk 4-5:30pm. Matagiri and the Emerson Resort & Spa host the 2nd in a series of lectures, this one entitled “Emerson and Thoreau: the Transcendentalists and India,” presented by Richard Davis, Professor of Religion and Asian Studies Programs at Bard College. Emerson Resort & Spa Great Room, Mount Tremper. 688-2828. Slavery & the Palatines: A Lecture by Travis Bowman 1-2:30pm. $5. Usually considered a “Southern” issue, slavery played a surprisingly large role in colonial and revolutionary era New York. Mr. Bowman will examine how slavery evolved in New York under the Dutch, British, and American systems of government and how the institution was utilized at a local and personal level among the Palatine immigrants and their descendants in the Hudson and Mohawk Valleys. Clermont State Historic Site, Germantown. (518) 537-4240.

MUSIC

Bard Conservatory of Music Graduate Vocal Arts Program: An Opera Triple Bill 3pm. $25-$35. A luminous triple bill of operatic rarities, exploring the rites and rituals of marriage. Celebrate modernism and romance, imagined through the lens of impresario Sergei Diaghilev and his revolutionary company the Ballet Russes. The Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson. 758-7900. Bernstein Bard Trio 2-3pm. The Bernstein Bard Trio (featuring Mark Bernstain, Steve Bernstein, and Robert Bard) will bring their imaginative arrangements and “infectious grooves”. You’ve seen them perform at o.u Summer Concerts--now they’re going to help you beat the winter blues with toe-tapping tunes. Clinton Community Library, Rhinebeck. 266-5530. Bluegrass Brunch: Moonshine Creek Bluegrass Band noon. Daryl’s House Club, Pawling. 289-0185. Dave Keyes Solo 11am. Gospel blues. The Falcon, Marlboro. 236-7970.

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