The Catskill Art Society presents “The Old Invisible Woman,” an exhibition of artwork by Lisa Samalin, in the Elevator Gallery at the CAS Arts Center, 48 Main St. On display until November 29. Opening reception from 4-6pm.
Pancake Breakfast at the Masonic Lodge, 94 Main St., 8am-12noon. Tickets: $7.50. Benefit: Sullivan-St. Tammany Chapter #298 Order of Eastern Star.
Opening reception for "To Stop the Mind from Wandering" at Morgan Outdoors, 4-6pm. Curated by Miriam Hernandez and featuring multiple artists. On display through Oct. 25.
The Catskill Art Society and Jeff Bank unveil the 2016 Photo Calendar, recognizing local photographers with a free reception with refreshments. The new Jeff Bank Calendars will be available for a suggested $5 donation to CAS.
Local author Wayne Hoffman will read selections from his new novel, “An Older Man,” at the Catskill Art Society Arts Center, 2pm. Published this summer by Bear Bones Books. Free and open to the public, donations accepted at the door. Copies of his book for sale.
Pork Dinner at the Masonic Lodge, 94 Main St., 4:30-7pm. Adults: $10, child $6. Benefit: Sullivan-St. Tammany Chapter #298 Order of Eastern Star.
Penny social at the Masonic Lodge, 94 Main St. Doors open at 5:30pm, calling at 7pm. Donation: $1. Refreshments, door prizes. Benefit: Sullivan-St. Tammany Chapter #298 Order of Eastern Star.
The Shandelee Music Festival presents The Aeolus Quartet. “A powerful and thoughtful group of young musicians who are plotting an ascending course…” – Luke Quinton of the Austin-American Statesman. The program will include the work of: Haydn, Bartok and Beethoven, followed by a specialty dessert reception.
The Catskill Art Society presents “A Tender Thing” by Ben Power at the Laundry King, 65 Main St., 7:30pm. Directed by Mimi McGurl, performed by Cass Collins, John Higgins and Roan Gillingham. It's the greatest love story ever told, remixed. What if Romeo and Juliet had lived and loved? Reservations recommended. 845/436-4227.
Adrienn Kantor and Erika Allen perform “An Evening of Chamber Music” at The Shandelee Music Festival, 8pm. Will feature music by Debussy, Gaubert, Saint-Saens and Prokofiev. $30 for adults, $25 for members and $10 for students 17 and under. Specialty dessert reception follows the concert. www.shandelee.org.