55 Market Street
Oneonta, NY 13820-2546
Phone: (607) 432-7500
Fax: (607) 433-2202
55 Market Street, Oneonta, NY, US, 13820-2546
- Phone: (607) 432-7500
- Fax: (607) 433-2202
One of the premier providers of culture in the region, Foothills Performing Arts Center serves as the prominent venue in the area for a variety of performances and other arts related events. Serving as an essential springboard for artists and performers from the city, as well as from all over the tri-county region, the center plays host to theater groups, production houses, musicians, bands, and other kinds of artists. See the website or call to know more.
This talented community theatre produces a variety of entertaining shows each season.
The Oneonta Theatre offers a variety of hit movies each year.
The Alumni Fieldhouse is a culture-center community area that promotes the college's extra-curricular activities. Students are encouraged to partake in the fitness center and major events that the field house hosts. The center is specifically designed to provide a recreational facility for the welfare of students. For more details on Alumni Fieldhouse, you can visit the website or call ahead.
Housed inside a former church, which was built in 1850, the drive to The West Kortright Centre through the scenic locale of the west Catskill Mountains itself is captivating. This sets the tone to watch or get involved with the stellar performances and events that are held at this long-standing art and community center of East Meredith. Established in 1975, the center has invited performers of all kinds from countries across the world. Concerts, drama, art exhibitions, film screenings and festivals, poetry readings, workshops, and many other events are scheduled throughout the year. The two-day festival of Shakespeare In The Valley has been a regular fixture at the center where a number of people converge on the beautifully landscaped garden of the center and enjoy the endearing performances of various theater groups. Visit one of the events held at The West Kortright Centre and, at the end of it, you are bound to walk out of here impressed by the performances.
The Major’s inn and Gilbert Block is a superior example of Neo-Tudor architecture. It was built in the 1890s. Over the period, it was sold several times and suffered from neglect, it was finally restored by the Majors Inn Foundation Inc. The former inn is a venue for cultural shows and events; it can also be hired for private events and celebrations.
Enjoy fantastic classical chamber music and theatar productions at this state of the art facility.