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Being Black & Jewish

Happy Spring! There are plenty of exciting happenings to discover in and around Kingston NY!

The Reher Center for Immigrant Culture and History and Congregation Emanuel of the Hudson Valley present a Panel Discussion on Being Black and Jewish Featuring Lacy Delgado, this panel discussion shines light on the experiences of three women living at the intersection of Black and Jewish identities in the Hudson Valley: Lacey Schwartz Delgado, Ahvegyil Skolnick, and Randi Zinn. Moderated by Barry Mayo, this far-ranging conversation, hosted on Zoom, will explore their different histories, experience of discrimination, connections to Black and Jewish identities, and so much more.

Madame Butterfly presented virtually by UPAC

Check out the virtual stream of ‘OPEN PRACTICE’ by Philippe Petit presented by the Bardavon, which gives audiences front row seats to observe Petit’s creative process and the origins of many of his unique walks and moves on the wire. Another great Bardavon Presents event is the Bardavon Presents Virtual Cinema – Madama Butterfly livestream! Help support UPAC and the Bardavon and keep the entertainment going!More fun live streams this week with Shakespeare On Demand! The CENTER for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck is offering viewings of selected past Shakespeare shows that have played at The CENTER!

Spring Clean your bike with a tune-up at the YMCA with their Wednesday Bike Clinic! Teaming with Bike Friendly Kingston, the YMCA of Kingston and Ulster County will be hosting free bicycle repair clinics on alternate Wednesdays.

For some safe Hudson Valley history, check out the Hudson River Maritime Museum’s Limited Open Admission. And while you’re on the Rondout- check out ARTPORT for their ‘Follow the Line’ Exhibition, running from March 6- April 11, 2021. Two more awesome art events- Green Kill presents “Three,” an exhibition curated by Joel Silverstein, featuring Tine Kindermann, Joel Silverstein and Miguel Trelles. And, you can still catch THE LOCKWOOD GALLERY presenting “Bruce Cahn: Discovered,” a solo exhibition highlighting the prolific though little known practice of the late artist Bruce Cahn (1942-2020).

…The best part of this week’s happenings? Many of these events are Virtual so if you’re not feeling like venturing out just yet, there are still many fun and exciting happenings to take part in. Have a nice week no matter what you do!
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Another virtual performance presented by Green Kill

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