About A Wynotte Sisters Solstice Spectacular!

You won’t hear these songs at the mall! An alt-country singer/songwriter and kick-ass fiddler, a bassist/ukulele player who's played everything from Hawaiian swing to noise rock, and a Norwegian power-pop vocalist, all coming together to play… holiday tunes? Well… Wynotte? 

Daria Grace, Vibeke Saugestad, and Sara Milonovich are The Wynotte Sisters. They met through the fertile Hudson Valley music scene and soon discovered a mutual love for 3-part harmonies, wine and cheese, and exotic licorice. The Wynotte Sisters play original material and genre-crossing covers from off the beaten track - from vintage Andrews Sisters to Willie Nelson to Fountains Of Wayne and beyond, they deliver an unexpected yet thoroughly enjoyable trove of holiday songs.

Howland Cultural Center

EST in 1979, the Howland Cultural Center referred to as the ‘Jewel of Beacon’, has been a hub for the arts, culture, and history. Its Northcutt Hall gallery is renowned for its outstanding acoustics. Providing a rich, varied cultural experience for visitors and resources for visual and performing arts programming, supporting artists, organizations, and the community. The gallery is open free to the public during weekends, by appointment, or by chance. Our historic building first opened its doors in 1872, as the Howland Circulating Library, designed by the preeminent architect Richard Morris Hunt. Commissioned by his brother-in-law, General Joseph Howland, and his wife Eliza Woolsey Howland. The Howland Cultural Center is a fully volunteer-run non-profit organization managed by its board of directors and many volunteers. This beautiful landmark is available to rent for special events. “Being generous of spirit is a wonderful way to live.” - Pete Seeger