I vacillate on what to do with this blog.
There are enough listings on things to do in this little city of 6,700 people. (I am not going to compete with Ellen Thurston, I wouldn’t last two minutes in the ring with her.)
On Feb 11, go to the Hudson Area Library’s event:
Hudson Area Library Hosts Author Reading of Christodora by Tim Murphy
The Hudson Area Library will host an Author Reading with Tim Murphy on February 11 @ 6pm. Mr. Murphy will be discussing his new novel, Christodora, recently chosen as an American Library Association’s 2017 Notable Book. Christodora tells the story of a family living in the East Village of New York City who are impacted by the AIDS epidemic. It is the story of the brave people who fought for this epidemic to be recognized and for its victims to be treated humanely. It is also the story of people who survived and how their fight and their grief impacted them centrally for the rest of their lives.
And then, there is this event happening in Kingston this coming weekend. It’s at BSP, and it’s fun and cute guys, and, well, that’s all you need to know. Also, Saturday, Feb 11th at 8pm. For more information, visit BigGayHudsonValley.com.
And mark your calendars for Sunday, April 9, Varla Jean Merman at Helsinki Hudson. Tickets and more information on Feb 14.
Love you, gotta go, bye!