Guess what? Winter has arrived!!!
Have you been wondering where the Cambridge Buzz has gone? Starting with this post, I will be posting 3 times a week to the blog. Along with news from the Cambridge, NY region and the Battenkill Valley, I am going to bring you movie reviews, DVD suggestions, and musings from around the world. Of course, first I'm taking a few days to go down to Florida to get away from all this cold weather.
Here are some upcoming events that you might want to put on your Calendar:
On Friday, Januray 8, 2010
(that's this Friday) I'm treating myself to a wonderful meal at the Rice Mansion Inn
, prepared by Sue from Spoonful Catering
. Christine promises that the food and music will flow from 6-9 pm. Think of it, a night off from cooking, cleaning, and figuring out what to eat.
Best of all, this is a LOCAL FOODS DINNER. That means that all the ingredients in Sue's menu will come from right here in the Battenkill River Valley. It's like your neighbors grew this food just for you.
So come on out and enjoy Music by the David Cuite Duo and a meal from Spoonful Catering.
Christine and Sue -- connecting people one bite at a time
See you at the Mansion!Sunday, January 17 from 12:00 to 2:00pm
the Pember Museum will lead a Snowshoe & Animal Tracking Hike at the Hebron Nature Preserve. Hikers will meet at the Porter Schoolhouse on Route 22. If the weather is poor, the hike will be cancelled. For hike verification on the 17th, contact Bernadette Hoffman, Museum Educator at 518-692-3129. For additional information, contact the Museum at 518-642-1515.
Saturday, January 30, 2010, 3 pm & Sunday, January 31, 3pm
Janet McGhee, Artistic Director
Erich Borden, Accompanist
St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, 35 Hill St, Greenwich, NY
$15 general admission.
(Due to circumstances beyond our control, this church is not handicap accessible in winter.)
Tickets for these concerts can be reserved by calling (518) 692-8093! or email Judith Kleinberg.
“One of the cultural crown jewels of the North Country and Capitol Regions”
“a tidal wave of voices and instruments...”
“a cathedral filling sound...”
JOHANNES BRAHMS ein deutsches Requiem Gene Marie Callahan, soprano Keith Kibler, bass-baritone professional orchestra
Featured Artist Virginia McNeice!
Acclaimed landscape artist Virginia McNeice will have two framed pieces from
her collection for sale, with 60% of the proceeds going to the Battenkill Chorale.
I suggest you get tickets ahead of time because the Chorale is amazing and you don't want to miss this opportunity to see one of the great choral works performed right in our own backyard!