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The Vantwistics – Winter Blues Dance Party

Doors open 6:00pm Music at 7pm. Annie Hat, Tom DelFavero, Sam Martin & Dennis Cotton first got together about 30 years ago to play for dance events for WJFF. Their February “Winter Dance Parties”, earned the reputation of being a much anticipated source of warmth and cheer for the community in the bleak, cold, Catskill […]


Find your way to the new intimate performance space ARTS NEST every Saturday for an entertaining evening of original music. Our Winter Concert Series features the incredible talents of singer-songwriters in a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere where the music can really reach you. Come out and find out what we mean. Poison Love Band presents a […]


Join cello-bass duo VC/CB for a concert of classical, contemporary, and holiday selections. Brothers Nicky and Willie Swett perform sparkling New Year’s dances by Béla Bartók, recent music by Pulitzer Prize-winner Julia Wolfe, some of the very first pieces ever written for low string instruments, and other favorite duets. In the spirit of the season, […]

Holiday Market Pop-Up

A Holiday Market pop-up experience. Taking place over three consecutive weekends as a daytime into nighttime market with new times, craft, artisan, and specialty food vendors will be placed throughout the site, giving you access to one-of-a-kind holiday gifts, provisions, and more! Return each weekend to see a new selection of local vendors! Live Music During […]

New Years Eve Eve

New Years Eve Eve Celebration:
A Night of Frivolity, Dinner, and Dancing
December 30, 2023 – 6:30-11pm

Join us for a night of dinner, dancing, and entertainment in the Grand Ballroom on December 30, 2023. Tickets are on sale now!

New Years Eve Eve at HPAC promises an unforgettable evening in an elegant and modern 40’s night club setting, infused with an art deco vibe. Guests will be greeted with a one-hour open bar and delightful passed hors d’oeuvres, followed by a sumptuous sit-down plated dinner by Tango Café offering a choice of meat, fish, or vegetarian options. A dessert and a champagne toast to the New Year follows.

The night will be set to live music from a 10 piece New York City based band, ensuring a night of dancing and revelry. Guests are encouraged to dress in their finest festive or cocktail attire, adding to a glamorous ambiance to ring in a prosperous New Year. For those looking to indulge in additional beverages, a cash bar will be available.

Janet Carrus, founder, and president of HPAC, expressed her excitement about the event: “At HPAC, we believe in celebrating the human spirit through dance, music, and film. The New Years Eve Eve Celebration embodies the essence of joy and camaraderie that we foster at our center. It’s not just a night of entertainment; it’s an experience that will create lasting memories for everyone attending.”

Event Details:

Date: December 30, 2023
Time: 6:30pm-11:00pm
Venue: Hurleyville Performing Arts Centre, 219 Main St., Hurleyville, NY
Dress Code: Festive or Cocktail Attire


Jonny Rosch
Roz Brown
Tony Babino
Anthony Babino
Mick Gaffney
Rich Zukor
Kenny Seymour
Steven Babino
John Hahn
John Martin
Tony & Justin Hernandez

Dark Forest Children’s Matinee at Brae Burn Mansion

Back by Popular Demand: the Dark Forest family-friendly kids matinee! For one afternoon only, we ditch the frights and focus on the delights of Halloween. It’s the same Dark Forest walking trail, but done in the light of day with fanciful characters and fun especially for kiddos. There will be games, treat bags, and food […]

Dark Forest Fright Trail at Brae Burn Mansion

It’s the 30th Anniversary of Dark Forest and this year the best of the best return to haunt and delight! Witches and monsters, ghosts and goblins, the trail comes alive with the scariest creatures of Halloween. Live music, food, and beer and wine from Shrewd Fox.  Tickets are $20 per person, or you may purchase […]

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