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Currently At The Morgan Library & Museum

Currently On View At The Morgan Library amp Museum
Woody Guthrie: People Are the Song
February 18 through May 22, 2022

The Morgan Library & Museum
225 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10016
(212) 685-0008

The Morgan Library & Museum is open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday from 10:30 am to 5 pm, and Friday from 10:30 am to 7 pm.

Related Programs Include:

Virtual Talks and Tours
Woody Guthrie: People Are the Song
Friday, March 4, 2022, 12:30 PM

Lecture and Discussion
Woody Guthrie: All You Can Write is What You See
Thursday, March 10, 6:30 PM

Virtual Talks and Tours
Woody Guthrie: People Are the Song
Friday, March 18, 2022, 12:30 PM

Live From the Woody Guthrie Center: Oklahoma Sings Woody!
Wednesday, April 6, 8 PM

Film Screening - 1913 Massacre
Thursday, May 12, 6 PM

Lecture and Discussion
Woody Guthrie: "Holy Ground"
Friday, May 20, 6:30 PM

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updated: 2 months ago

Music & Dance Camps at Ashokan

Music amp Dance Camps at Ashokan

Inspiring learning and building community through shared experiences in nature, history, music and art

The Ashokan Center
477 Beaverkill Rd
Olivebridge, NY 12461-5702

updated: 2 months ago

The Return Of Acoustic Live!

The Return Of Acoustic Live
From Richard Cuccaro:

Acoustic Live's new website, has launched. We've added a couple of new features to our homepage, "Stream of the Week," and "Other Voices," where we select features and reviews from other web sources that we think our readers might find interesting.

In this month's Other Voices, Steve Wosahla of Americana Highways covers "Emma Swift’s Blonde Ambition," which explores her fascination with Bob Dylan, and her take on the Nashville scene.

Our Area Listings section is still in the process of being built. We've covered up through Upstate New York and have started adding New Jersey venues (Connecticut to come). It should be totally finished in the next day or so. We've added new livestream shows in the listings at City Winery, Landmark on Main Street and others.

This month's Best I've Ever Seen or Heard has also been posted. For March, author Gary Stoller steps forward to list his own favorite shows in "Stoller's Best."

updated: 9 months ago


Tribes Hill Gatherings

Monthly First Monday Gatherings nbspHave Been Discontinued Impromptu Tribes Hill Gatherings Encouraged
Remembering Tribes Hill Gatherings

Although the traditional first Monday gatherings have been suspended, the opportunity to host an impromptu gathering of the host's design, any day of the week, is encouraged.

We held monthly gatherings that included a song circle on the first Monday of every month. Sometimes we would change the date to accommodate holidays. They began at 6:30 with dinner prep and music. We served our traditional pasta and salad dinner with potluck additions at 7 pm. After dinner music would continue until about 10:30 with our collaborative song circle that included music makers and music lovers from the Tribes Hill community and newly invited guests. We had respectfully fit into the space offered us with about 20 - 25 people and plenty of acoustic music and song to share.

Hopefully gatherings will resume sometime in 2021.

Email Rick Rock at or phone him at (914) 564-9212 if interested in hosting a gathering.

updated: 7 months ago