The 100-voice Battenkill Chorale is Washington County’s premiere vocal ensemble. Under the inspired direction of Artistic Director Janet McGhee, this eclectic and dedicated group of amateur singers has matured into what is now recognized as one of the cultural crown jewels of the North Country and Capitol Regions.
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This beautiful rustic barn complex serves as a headquarters for the exhibition of visual arts ranging from paintings to sculptures to handcrafted copper lanterns.
A performing arts venue, including a magnificent cabaret which features performers from film, television, and Broadway, and a Mainstage which specializes in musical theater productions.
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A community center offering fine and performing arts, crafts, educational and enrichment opportunities for persons of all ages. Individuals are given the chance to enjoy, participate in and serve the community. The past is celebrated by restoring and preserving the Old Washington County Courthouse b
Hubbard Hall is a community arts center located in an historic opera house and renovated rail yard campus. Our year-round programs feature performances, classes & lectures in theater, opera, music, dance, yoga & martial arts, and the visual arts.
Strives to give young artists opportunities to perform key operatic roles in a nurturing environment alongside seasoned professionals through mainstage productions, the conservatory student training program and outreach performances.
The Little Theater on the Farm is a space for theatrical preformances, parties,car shows, PowWows and even the odd historical reenactment. Visit our website for a full events listing.
Come visit Mt. Nebo Gallery, the art gallery of renowned folk artist Will Moses, in nearby Eagle Bridge, NY. It’s a pretty drive from any direction and we have a great selection of Will Moses art for your home or office as well as books, cards, jigsaw puzzles, maple syrup and interesting collectable pottery.
An organization created to enrich the arts community of southern Washington County and its environs by presenting an imaginative mixture of traditional and new chamber music repertory, by mentoring younger musicians, and by deepening music lovers�۪ appreciation of music.
Museum Hours are 1:00 to 5:00 daily, June-August, September-mid October open 1 to 5 Tuesday through Sunday and closed on National Holidays. The Old Fort House with authentic furnishings depicting the lives of the occupants from the 1770’s through the 1940’s.
The Pember Library and Museum was built in 1909. The first floor is a full service Library, the second floor is a Museum of Natural History. The Museum has over 10,000 specimens of birds, mammals, eggs, rocks, reptiles, insects, sea creatures, historic artifacts, photographs and art collections.
A locally run cafe, with fresh meals and baked goods, locally sourced and organic when possible. Unique, useful gifts from local and US producers. Open 7 days a week. Live music on Friday nights with wood-fired pizzas and Sunday Jazz Brunch.
Located in the hamlet of Shushan, NY the museum is housed in an old covered bridge built in 1858 by the Stevens Bros. The Shushan Covered Bridge Association, Inc converted it into a museum. A collection of period machinery and farm implements, many in working order, are used by visitors for hands o
Skene Manor is a historically preserved Victorian castle with gorgeous views of Lake Champlain and the Village of Whitehall Friday,Saturday and Sunday from 12-4pm starting mid April through mid December offering lunch in the Tea Room, gift shop is located and free tours.
The Slate Valley Museum celebrates the history and culture of the quarrying community that was established along the New York-Vermont border in the 1800s. Many of the Slate Valley quarries are still in operation, producing most of the colored roofing slate sold throughout the United States today.
On the Battenkill and lovely 1950’s era home filled with art from the 15th through 18th century. The grounds are open to the public with area for picinicing along the Batten kill or putting to float, also an excellent spot for Fly Fishing – Shushan Postmaster Lou Oatman made this section of the river famous. A beautiful location for weddings. Rental information upon request.
Built in 1820, this beautiful example of Federal style architecture sits prominently at 55 Main Street in the Village. Home of Ransom Stiles a prominent merchant, town supervisor and noted abolitionist. Stiles’ involvement in abolition and accounts from residents in the 1950s who saw tunnels leading from the house to the Moseskill River give compelling evidence that this home was part of the Underground Railroad. The brick home is cared for and under restoration by residents to be used as a community center.
View at 55 Main St, Argyle. Contact through the website or Facebook to arrange a tour. Attend the Cruise in Stiles Car Show on Saturday of Columbus Day Weekend or Haunted House the Friday through Sunday of Halloween. See website for event details.