Andes Hotel to
host NYE party
The Andes Hotel, at 110 Main St. in Andes, will host a New Year’s Eve Party at 4 p.m. Monday. The event will include a three-course meal, live music by Blues Maneuver, dancing, champagne toast and more.
The party is $75 for adults and $37.50 for children 12 years old and younger.
The hotel will host a brunch and jazz show by Lindsey Webster and Keith Slattery from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. New Year’s Day.
For more details, call (845) 676-3980 or go to www.andeshotel.com.
exhibits to close
The Fenimore Art Museum will close its fall exhibitions Sunday at 5798 State Route 80 in Cooperstown.
The shows include “Tasha Tudor: Around the Year,” featuring watercolors, childhood drawings, handwritten manuscripts, holiday cards, hand-decorated boxes and Easter eggs.
Also closing is “Artist and Visionary: William Matthew Prior Revealed,” the first exhibition devoted to the American folk artist, with more than 45 oil paintings. Other shows ending are “Internal Landscapes” by G.C. Myers, “To Great Acclaim: Homecoming of the Thaw Collection of American Indian Art” and “A Lineage of Iroquois Artistry.”
For more information, visit www.fenimoreartmuseum.org.
American Hotel to present celebration
The annual Twelfth Night Celebration will be presented by the Schoharie County Arts Council at 6 p.m. Thursday at the American Hotel on Main Street in Sharon Springs.
The night will include food and traditional songs of the season from Four Seasonings, a quartet of singers led by Mark Eamer.
For more information and tickets, call 234-7610, email firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to Schoharie County Arts Council Inc. P.O. Box 729 Cobleskill, NY 12042.
Art, music to be highlighted
The Susquehanna String Band will perform and Rick Bunting’s photographs will be highlighted at 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 4 at Town Hall Theater on Main Street in Bainbridge.
Bunting, who also is a member of the band, is a professor emeritus at SUNY Potsdam and the Crane School of Music, where he served as chair of music education and conductor of Crane Chorus. The musician and artist mostly does nature photography.
A media release said he doesn’t think of himself as a photographer, “but as an observer and reporter. … Viewers find that his photos provide glimpses into nature that many of us would miss otherwise.”
The events, presented by the Jericho Arts Council, are free and open to the public.