From the Stock Market to the Farmers Market : The Bullish Farmer
Join us for Conversation, Organic Light Bites and a Screening of The Bullish Farmer — June 21, 7-9pm, Historical Hall, Bedford Village
Bedford Village retailer, locavore and former high-powered Wall Street investment banker, John “John Boy” Ubaldo, gives it all up to live a quiet life as a small farmer dedicated to growing delicious and sustainable agriculture for his family and community. John’s agrarian life and values, however, are constantly challenged by Big Agriculture’s (Big Ag) controversial farming practices. This thoughtful documentary follows John’s fight to help preserve small farms and rural America and his effort to educate his customers, followers and community about the dangers of what’s hiding in our food and the soil it is grown in.
Tickets $5 per person.
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This film is presented in partnership with the Bedford Historical Society.
JOIN US Sunday, May 7th, 5-7pm for an incredible evening to kick off the first event of the Bedford Playhouse Author Series! Enjoy wine, hors d’oeuvres and light bites while legendary journalist Lesley Stahl (CBS’s 60 Minutes) interviews Sheila Nevins, President, HBO Documentary Films, about her highly anticipated new book “You Don’t Look Your Age …and Other Fairy Tales”. Special guests, including Blythe Danner, Liz Smith, Ellen Burstyn and others, will read excerpts as well. Guests will take home signed copies of both Sheila’s and Lesley’s new books, available in stores this spring.
To read reviews and learn more about Sheila’s and Lesley’s new books, please visit:
You Don’t Look Your Age…and Other Fairy Tales, Sheila Nevins (http://us.macmillan.com/youdontlookyourage/sheilanevins/9781250111302/ )
Becoming Grandma, Lesley Stahl http://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/315707/becoming-grandma-by-lesley-stahl/9780399185823
An up close & personal evening with actor Chazz Palminteri, renowned for his classic coming-of-age story, A Bronx Tale. What began as a one-man stage show written and performed by Palminteri grew from sold-out plays in Los Angeles and New York to movie screens nationwide to Broadway. A Bronx Tale: The Musical officially opened on December 1, 2016 at Longacre Theatre. The musical is co-directed by Robert DeNiro, who directed the original film.
An Evening with Chazz included Palminteri sharing tales from film to Broadway followed by a Q&A with audience members and an opportunity for personal photos.
On Friday, December 2 the Six of Clubs (Beatrice Broadwater, Angela Cason, Nick Firth, John Hargraves, Rich Miller and Win Rutherfurd), performed songs from The Great American Songbook–the finest American songs of the 1920s to 1960s, from Broadway musical theatre, and Hollywood musicals. It was a fun night with some amazing talent, held at John Jay Homestead in Katonah. For photos please see our Facebook album, Hooray For Hollywood!
- November 30, 2016 – Bedford, Bedford Hills & Katonah Daily Voice – Bedford Singer Salutes Old Hollywood At Playhouse Charity Event
- November 11, 2016 – Bedford, Bedford Hills & Katonah Daily Voice – Bedford Singer Highlights Old Hollywood In Upcoming Katonah Performance
- November 7, 2016 – StacyKnows.com – A unique event in support of The Bedford Playhouse
On Friday, October 28 we celebrated the Bedford 25 and our President John Farr, among Bedford Magazine’s “most interesting, creative and influential” people. To learn more about John and view the other honorees in the Nov./Dec. issue, visit townvibe.com/Bedford/November-December-2016/Bedford-25
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