Gallery Lev Shalem Call for Entries for The 2018 Small Works Show (Intake – 10/22, 11am-3pm)

A non-juried exhibit of Two-Dimensional Artwork. Gallery Lev Shalem invites artists to submit up to two wired and ready-to-hang original artworks in any medium, sized up to 18″, and priced under $300. Work must be acceptable for viewing in a family setting. All artwork meeting criteria will be accepted. There will be a $5 submission processing fee per image entered. A 25% donation to the WJC will be made by the artist for each sale. Exhibit will display 10/258/18-1/7/19. Opening reception: 10/28, 12-2pm. Woodstock Jewish Congregation, 1682 Glasco Turnpike, Woodstock. Info:;; 845-679-4937;

4th Annual Living History Cemetery Tour (Saturdays in October, 7pm)

Theatre on the Road and The Old Dutch Church Kingston, New York bring characters to life who contributed to Kingston’s wars, industry, art and growth. Event held on Saturdays in October at 7 pm guests will move through the Church’s cemetery where they’ll meet six ghosts in authentic costumes, played by members of Theatre on the Road. Each historical figure will talk about their role in the community. Guests meet at the Wall Street door and tours are one hour.
Tours begin in 1659 and end in 1910. Guest will meet Jacob Adriansen, a young man who fought in the EsopusIndian War when Kingston was Wiltwyck, Jacob will lead guests to John Vanderlyn, a Kingston born, internationally known artist. Next on the tour will be General George Sharp, Kingston native and Civil War hero. Returning from the hereafter to preside over her actual paintings will be Julia Dillion, Kingston artist and industrialist. Also making appearances will be philanthropist and donor of the park that bears her name Mary Forsyth, and Roswell Randal Hoes, an Old Dutch Churh 19th century clergyman and historian. $15, $10/students. $1/12 & under. Purchase tickets by visiting Information and private tours: 845-475-7973. Event takes place at The Old Dutch Church, Wall St, Kingston.