Teens

PEEKSKILL – An Evening of Music and Comedy with Creed Bratton from The Office @ Paramount Hudson Valley

 

Come see Creed from The Office!

 

 

Friday, November 1, 2019

8 pm

 

Mysterious, eccentric, good-hearted, and downright talented are all words that have been used to describe actor and musician Creed Bratton over the years. Creed may be best known for starring as a fictional version of himself on nine seasons of the award winning, critically acclaimed NBC series “The Office.” For nearly eight years fans worldwide grew to love him as Dunder Mifflin’s quality assurance director who unapologetically forgets the names of his own co-workers, and says bizarre confusing statements on a regular basis. If Creed was onscreen, laughs were sure to follow. While Creed may be best known for his on-screen antics, he is also an established musician with a career in music that spans nearly five decades, and he isn’t slowing down anytime soon.

Creed began playing guitar professionally as a teenager, making pocket change performing while attending Sacramento State College and College of the Sequoias where he studied theater. He went on to become a member of the legendary American rock group The Grass Roots, playing lead guitar with the group on their first four albums- three of which charted and sold millions of records across the globe. Creed parted ways with the band in 1070, but continued his passion for music and acting, including: “Chasin the Ball,” “The 80’s,” “Caorsegold,” “Creed Bratton,” “Tell Me About It,” and “Bound Back.”

Additional television credits for Creed include: “Grace and Frankie,” “Comedy Bang! Bang!,” “Franklin & Bash,” and “Adventure Time with Finn & Jake.”

 

 

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PATTERSON – FREE! All About Hair (Ages 9 & up) @ Patterson Library

 

Learn new hairstyles at Patterson Library

 

Friday, September 27, 2019

 

6 – 7 pm

 

For kids aged 9 & up (teenagers included)

 

Free!

 

 

The Secret Hair Studio will teach you how to create your own curly hair styles and how to braid using hair on mannequin heads in this hands-on session. You’ll also take home free samples of easy-to-use hair care products and coupons to the salon!

 

 

REGISTRATION REQUIRED

 

Email: missjane@pattersonlibrary.org

 

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WEST PARK – Barefoot Dance Center – Fall Term!

 

Barefoot Dance Center, a studio emphasizing moving from the inside out, offers classes in Contemporary Modern Technique, Ballet, Creative Dance, Improvisation, Choreography, West African Dance and Yoga. The home of two youth companies, students become strong dancers and innovative dance makers through somatic education, creativity and identity. Enroll now for fall classes!

 

 

September 16, 2019 – February 8, 2020

 

Classes

 

Curriculum

 

REGISTRATION REQUIRED

 

Email: info@barefootdancecenter.com

 

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RHINEBECK – Hudson Valley YA Society: Mary H.K. Choi, Elizabeth Keenan and Gabby Rivera @ Oblong Books

 

YA Author Event at Oblong Books

 

Sunday, September 15, 2019

 

4 pm

 

For ages 12 -Adult

 

Author Event – Free Admission – Book Signing

 

Books available for purchase

 

Event Link

 

Facebook Event Link

 

R.S.V.P. not required

 

Mary H.K. Choi is the New York Times bestselling author of Emergency Contact, which Rainbow Rowell called “smart and funny.” She is a writer for is a writer for The New York Times, GQ, Wired, and The Atlantic. She has written comics for Marvel and DC, as well as a collection of essays called Oh, Never Mind. She is the host of Hey, Cool Job!, a podcast about jobs and Hey, Cool Life!, a podcast about mental health and creativity. Mary grew up in Hong Kong and Texas and now lives in New York.

Permanent Record is an unforgettable new romance about how social media influences relationships every day. On paper, college dropout Pablo Rind doesn’t have a whole lot going for him. His graveyard shift at a twenty-four-hour deli in Brooklyn is a struggle. Plus, he’s up to his eyeballs in credit card debt. Never mind the state of his student loans. Pop juggernaut Leanna Smart has enough social media followers to populate whole continents. She graduated from child stardom to become an international icon. When Leanna and Pablo meet at 5:00 a.m. at the bodega in the dead of winter it’s absurd to think they’d be A Thing…

 

Elizabeth Keenan lives in New York City with her husband and small colony of well-behaved cats. She has a PhD in punk rock, which is as good/bad/cool as it sounds and resulted in lots of academic publications on punk and indie rock, third wave feminism, and gender and sexuality, including the most-downloaded article of all time at the journal Women and Music (which is both impressive and brought her zero dollars). She has been interviewed as an expert about grunge for CBS, about Riot Grrrl for NPR and Vice, and about third wave feminism for The Establishment.

In Rebel Girls, when it comes to being social, Athena Graves is far more comfortable creating a mixtape playlist than she is talking to cute boys—or anyone, for that matter. Plus her staunchly feminist views and love of punk rock aren’t exactly mainstream at St. Ann’s, her conservative Catholic high school. “Set in the ’90s but as timely and relevant as ever, Rebel Girls will make you want to put up the good fight, over and over again. A powerful story of sisterhood told with lots of heart.” -Jennifer Mathieu, author of Moxie

 

Gabby Rivera is a Bronx-born queer Latinx babe on a mission to create the wildest, most fun stories ever. She’s the first Latina to write for Marvel comics, penning the solo series AMERICA about America Chavez, a portal-punching queer Latina powerhouse. In 2017, Gabby was named one of the top comic creators by the SyFy network, and one of NBC’s #Pride30 Innovators. Gabby now makes magic on both coasts, currently residing in California.

Juliet Takes a Breath is a gutsy, queer coming-of-age story perfect for fans of Nina LaCour, Rainbow Rowell, and Elizabeth Acevedo. Juliet Milagros Palante is a self-proclaimed closeted Puerto Rican baby dyke from the Bronx. Only, she’s not so closeted anymore. Not after coming out to her family the night before flying to Portland, Oregon, to intern with her favorite feminist writer–what’s sure to be a life-changing experience. And when Juliet’s coming out crashes and burns, she’s not sure her mom will ever speak to her again.

 

MIDDLETOWN – Teen & Adult Choir-One Voice United with YMCA of Middletown @ The Center for Youth Services

Gain Vocal Skills and Confidence at The Center!

 

 

Thursdays starting September 12th

 

6:45 – 7:45 pm

 

Teens & Adults Ages 13 & Older

 

FREE with YMCA Membership

 

 

One Voice United was formed to help spread positive messages of love and unity to the community through inspirational songs.

 

 

REGISTRATION REQUIRED

Fall Semester: September 9, 2019 – November 10, 2019

REGISTRATION BEGINS:
August 26, 2019 with YMCA Membership
August 30, 2019 for Program Members
Registration ends September 22, 2019
No Programs on SaturdayOctober 19th
Prices have been adjusted for these classes

 

*Parents and guardians of children 12 & under must remain within the facility.

 

 

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