The Transformation Choir will present the Christmas Cantata "Sing With the Angels" by Joel Raney at the Lake Huntington Presbyterian Church, 2pm. Other holiday music will be included. It's a free concert with donations to benefit area food pantries. Refreshments will follow.
The Transformation Choir will present the Christmas cantata
"Sing With the Angels" by Joel Raney at the Liberty Methodist Church on North Main St., 7pm. Other seasonal music will also be included. The concert is free. Donations will be greatly appreciated to benefit the Youth Economic Group (YEG). 845/887-434.
Little Sparrow playing at Callicoon Brewing, 16 Upper Main St., 8pm. No cover. It's Dickens Christmas Day in Callicoon, come in your Victorian finest. 845/887-5500.
AL & John from the band Sidetracked playing at the Callicoon Brewing Company, 16 Upper main St., 8pm. 845/887-5500.
Keith Newman at Callicoon Brewing, 16 Upper Main St., 8pm. No cover. 845/887-5500.
On The Roxx is playing at Callicoon Brewing Company, 16 Upper Main St., 8pm. 845/887-5500.
Guitarist Marc Sloan, percussionist Pablo Shine, and violinist Guy Thillet bring hot rhythms to the CAS Arts Center for an evening of music. Tickets $10, reservations recommended. Call 845/436-4227 or email email@example.com.
At the White Sulphur Springs Firehall. Huge variety of all things musical: boxes and boxes of LP records, tapes, CDs and sheet music. Large selection of vintage and contemporary musical instruments, stereo gear and recording equipment. Proceeds benefit WJFF Radio.
Catskill Brewery is holding a family-friendly opening celebration at its new craft brewery on Old Route 17. From 1-9 pm, the Halloween themed party will feature the brewery's "hard-working" fresh beer and other refreshments, live music with polka band Stanky and the Coal Miners as well as DJ, dancing and costume party at dark.
Calder Cafe First Fridays resume at the Equinunk Historical Society, 6:30pm. Continues from November through April on the first Friday of the month. Performers call Pat, 570/224-0223 to register. Light refreshments available to purchase. Visit www.equinunkhistory.org.