Non-artists and artists alike are invited to Doodle at the all ages one-day pop-up event at the Livingston Manor Artwalk/Chalkwalk, 44 Main St., 10am-4pm. Your doodle becomes part of a large scale public group doodle. Curated by OHISO and Andrea Brown of The Outsider's Studio.
An opening reception with refreshments for the Studio Monday Art Group at the Daniel Pierce Library, 328 Main Street, 2-4pm. The show and sale will remain on display in the lower level throughout the year. The Studio Monday Art Group meets weekly at the library on Mondays from 9:30am-12:30pm. 845/985-7233.
Opening reception for "Art in Bloom" at the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance, 7-9pm. This exhibit pairs floral arrangements with local artists' work. On view through the weekend. 845/252-7576.
Two Sisters Emporium (formerly My Shady Lady in the Old Capital Theater) will host a painting class with acclaimed artist Jack Yelle, 2:30-5pm. Ages 13 and up are welcome. All materials provided: 16x20 stretched canvas, acrylic paints and brushes. Cost: $35. Register: 607/240-7710.
Opening reception for "Visage" State of Being Exhibit of mixed media art work by Nancy Wells at Cafe Devine, 33 Lower Main St., 6-8pm. On display until Sept. 7. 845/887-3076.
The gallery at Heart’s Home, The International Center for A Culture of Compassion, will hold its inaugural exhibit with an opening reception for “Visual Quotations” by Helena Clare Pittman, 5-7pm.
Reception at the River Gallery-The Art of Living, 8 Main St., 6-8pm. Louis Pontone "Catskill Dreaming," acrylic on canvas and panel. On display through August 18. 845/252-3238.
UpFront Exhibition Space will hold it Summer Artist’s Reception, 6-9pm. Live music by Walt Edwards along with complimentary food and refreshments. This show will run through July 26th. 845/754-5000.
The Old Stone House of Hasbrouck presents a one-day-only exhibit of kinky and erotic sculpture, paintings, books and other items, many highlighting the hidden world of fetishes, 5-10pm. The adults-only show is a fundraiser for the community arts and education center. Suggested donation: $25.
The 30th annual Audubon Wildlife Art & Craft Festival at Wallenpaupack Area High School, 10am-5pm. An educational, fun-filled opportunity for all ages to learn about, and experience firsthand, many of nature's mysteries through live animals, arts and crafts. Admission: $5 per person, children 12 and under free. www.audubonfestival.com.