Live(ish) tonight at Tompkins Corners Cultural Center

Today is the opening night of the 2022 season of the Putnam Valley Residents Coalition Farmers Market at the Tompkins Corners Cultural Center (the old Tompkins Corners Methodist Church, 729 Peekskill Hollow Road). The Farmers Market runs from 3:00pm – 6:30pm and following the close of the market, there will be a double feature screening of two short documentaries:

A Tribute to Life on the Lake, a new short documentary about…well, just as the title declares, a tribute to life on Lake Oscawana and is based on a collection of historic postcards donated to the Putnam County Historian’s Office by David and Kathryn Bisbee and is narrated by our own town historian, Dan Ricci.

Fifty Miles From Times Square, a documentary by John Cohen from 1972 celebrates life here in Putnam Valley back in the early 1970s. Get ready to tap your toes during the square dance scenes!

Admission is free to the public – we hope to see you there! (Don’t forget to bring your reusable shopping bags to for all your farmers market purchases!

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