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Music in Central Valley presents the Amaranthus Ensemble on Feb. 19CENTRAL VALLEY — On Sunday, Feb. 19, Music in Central Valley will present the Amaranthus Ensemble, with Rachel Crozier and Aaron Bernstein, violins, Piotr Kargul, viola, Nancy Torrente, cello, and pianist Janice Nimetz, in a chamber music program of works by Bartok, Brahms and Mozart.

Among the music selected for the program are:

• Brahms Quartet in C Minor, Op. 51, No. 1.

• Mozart's Piano Quartet in G Minor.

• The Romanian Folk Dances by Bela Bartok.

The program begins at 3 p.m. and takes place at Central Valley United Methodist Church, 12 Smith Clove Road. The church is handicapped accessible.

There is no admission charge but a suggested donation at the door.

For further information, 845-928-6570.

Snow date: Sunday, Feb. 26.

Church to screen film 'Out in the Silence'ROCK TAVERN — The film "Out In the Silence" will be screened at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Rock Tavern on Friday, Feb. 17, 7 p.m.

The church is located at 9 Vance Road, Rock Tavern.

"Out in the Silence" follows the story of a small Pennsylvania town confronting a fire storm of controversy ignited by a same-sex wedding announcement and the brutal bullying of a gay teen. Critics have called it a gripping documentary that will challenge you to rethink your values and help close the gaps that divide our communities. “Out in the Silence” is more than a movie; it’s part of the movement for fairness, equality and human rights for LGBT people.

The film will be followed by a time for discussion. This event is sponsored by the Social Action Ministry of the UUCRT, whose endeavor is to "Nurture the Spirit and Help Heal Our World."

A $5 - $10 donation is requested, but no one will be turned away.

For further information, call Verne M. Bell, 845-569-8965.

Snow date: Friday, Feb. 24.

Library celebrates Black History Month with a play: W.E.B. Du Bois WARWICK — The Albert Wisner Public Library will bring Pulse Theater Ensemble of New York City to Warwick to present their acclaimed production of "W.E.B Du Bois, A Man for All Times" on Thursday, Feb. 23, at 7 p.m.

The play is described as an emotion packed theatre experience about the life and times of Civil Rights Activist –William Edward Berghardt Du Bois, (1868-1963). An inspirational journey through almost one hundred years in this great man’s life. An experience both humorous, touching and enlightening.

This show has been performed in Edinburgh, London, Holland and at colleges and libraries across the country.

The program is free and open to the public. To attend, register at the www.albertwisnerlibrary.org or call 986-1047 ext. 3.
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