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Pelham Art Center is now taking registrations for its fall semester that begins September 23. To register, call Pelham Art Center at (914 738-2525x111 or visit  the Art Center at 155 Fifth Avenue. Online registration is open at www.pelhamartcenter.org

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The Pelham Memorial High School theater program Sock--Buskin will present its annual Young Playwrights Festival in the high school auditorium tonight, Friday, May 30 and 31 at 7 p.m. with tickets sold at the door for $10.

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Marc Underhill is my grandson. "Auggie" is his first movie . It will be shown in the Greenwich , CT film festival (as well as others throughout the States and abroad). Thought this might make either your "Have you Heard"......or wherever else you have space and time to put it. If you need more info, either call or email me. I asked Marc for the summary, which is below, along with the dates of the showing.

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Starring Eli Stein as Albert Peterson, Bella Rosado as Rosie Alvarez, Audrey Levenson as Mrs. Mae Peterson, Jeremy Tam as Conrad Birdie, Kady Finegan as Kim MaCafee, and Greg MacFarland as Hugo Peabody, the Pelham Middle School performances of “Bye Bye Birdie” were a tremendous success.

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The Pelham community is invited to attend a free screening of the film “Science Fair” at 7 pm on Sunday, January 27 at The Picture House. The event, sponsored by the Pelham Education Foundation, will feature a post-screening panel discussion with PMHS and Pelham Middle School science research students.

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Celebrate the season with live music at A NOT SO SILENT NIGHT – The Picture House’s first-ever holiday concert this Saturday, December 15th from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. (doors open at 4:30 p.m.) The family-friendly concert will feature performances by some of the area’s most talented musicians including Andrew Cole & The Bravo Hops, Warren Banholzer and Friends, and more, on the stage in the Main Hall.

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More than 220 people attended Pelham Art Center's Studio Cafe fundraiser on Saturday, November 3 at the Art Center. Attendees purchased $20,000 in art, taking advantage of an amazing collecting opportunity that featured mid career and emerging artists. A robust silent auction and additional donations made for a very successful night.