Marbletown Multi Arts, established in 1998, is located at 3588 Main St. (Route 209) in Stone Ridge, NY. The art center also host concerts apart from other regular classes.
Slaid Cleaves will perform in Marbeltown Multi-arts on 8pm Saturday, May 16, 2015. A folk singer-song writer brought up in Maine, he sings about working-class people as well as hopeful and hopeless romances in his distinctive voice with his guitar. His famous songs that attracted audiences include Still Fighting The War, Break Down, Breakfast in Hell, Rust Belt Fields and Lydia. The ticket price is $25.
There is no other concerts yet scheduled in Stone Ridge.
Stone Ridge is a location along U.S. route 209 and south of the Town of Marbeltown village in Ulster Conty, New Yoork. The main attractions of Stone Ridge are Pearl Gallery, Stone Ridge Public Library, Suny Ulster Quimby Theater, Suny Ulster Muroff-Kotler Visual Arts Gallery, Hortus Conclusus, Stone house of Cornelius Wynkoop and Catskill Aqueduct.
The Pearl Fine Arts Gallery - Located in Stone Ridge, New York, the gallery is situated on the Western side of the mid-Hudson River Valley. The Gallery offers primitive artworks of Native Americans, Africans and Papua New Guineas and specializes in 20th Century and Contemporary artwork besides featuring works from international as well as talented local students.
Stone Ridge Public Library – A special district library on a historic stone building on route 209, it is member of mid-Hudson library system. The library holds about 29,000 books, periodicals, DVD’s, audios and videos as well as computers with fast internet, remotely accessible database service, interlibrary loan system and job-searching and related information service. The library also offers child development service and planning to extend the same for adults.
Suny Ulster Quimby Theater – Located in Suny Ulster public college supported by Ulster county, the Quimby theater is a 500-seat college theater for students and professional alike used for concerts, theatrical productions, dance presentations, poetry readings and guest lectures and other activities and events. The theater is named after late Chairman of the Board of Directors of SUNY Ulster John Quimby.
Muroff-Kotler Visual Arts Gallery – The art gallery has permanent art collection and also exhibits other arts, serving as a teaching, exhibiting and performing center both for the college and the outside community.
Hortus Conclusus – Located on 76 Mill Road in lower Hudson Valley, this is an 11-acre land dedicated for various plants, shrubs, flowers, edible-vegetation, cactus and exotic plants. There is three separate gardens – the Field Garden consisting of grape arbor, Pitcher Plant bog, Arum bed and hardy cactus bed; the Perennial Garden having unusual perennials, shrubs such as Calycanthus, Stewartias and Hydrangeas; with the third one under construction.
Cornelius Wynkoop Stone House – The historic two-story stone house along route 209 was built for Cornelius Evert Wynkoop, great-grandson of the original Dutch settler Cornelis Wynkoop, in 1772. The house construction features a Georgian plan with a gambrel roof – a very rare combination of British and Dutch style. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1996.
Catskill Aqueduct – It is a part of the New York City water supply system that, brings water from the Catskill Mountains to Yonkers connecting other parts of the system.