Molly Durnin will be back at the Dancing Cat Saloon, 8pm. Durnin will give a solo performance of her original compositions. 845/583-3141.
Lou Barr and his family own the house on Segar Road that now houses offices of the Delaware Highlands Conservancy. Recently, signs went up indicating the road is called Segar B. Rosenberg Road. That prompted Barr to write to the Bethel Town Board requesting that the Rosenberg name be deleted from the official name. Read more
Dennis Newberg will play at the Dancing Cat Saloon, 7pm. Visit www.dancingcatsaloon.com, 845/583-3141.
The Still Hand string band, a four-piece bluegrass band from Pennsylvania, will play at the Catskill Distilling Company, 8pm. The band plays a mix of covers and originals which, although bluegrass at heart, are heavy in rock, jazz, and hillbilly influences. 845/583-3141.
Jason Perno will perform at the Dancing Cat Saloon on Route 17B, 6-9pm.
“Mist & Mystery,” a two-person show featuring the works of Barbara Zweig and Kit Jones, opens at the Stray Cat Gallery, just opposite the Dancing Cat Saloon, with a reception from 4-7pm. Visit www.straycatgallery.com or call 845/423-8850.
An afternoon of music featuring Janice Meyerson, mezzo-soprano; Lenore Fishman Davis, piano; Ronald Carbone, viola. Hosted by Janice Meyerson and Ray Scheindlin at their home in Bethel, 2-5pm. Hors d’oeuvres and wine will be served. Benefits The Delaware Valley Arts Alliance & The Delaware Valley Opera. Tickets: $25, can be purchased in advance or at the door with your confirmed RSVP. 845/252-7576.
The Jazz Cats with Barry Scheinfeld and Don Miller perform at the Dancing Cat Saloon, 7 pm. Visit www.dancingcatsaloon.com.
Local favorite Gabe Rikard returns to the Dancing Cat Saloon with southern-tinged acoustic, 7pm. www.dancingcatsaloon.com.
The Somerville Brothers perform at the Catskill Distilling Company, 8 pm. The music of the Somerville Brothers blends together contemporary country with rock and roots. Visit www.dancingcatsaloon.com.