#GivingTuesday Program Fund Drive



We have a day for giving thanks. We have two for getting deals.
Now, we have #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving back!
It’s a simple idea—look for ways that you, your family, or your company can contribute to one or more of the worthy nonprofits in your community (and/or the world at large). Then tell everyone you can about how you are giving via social media and real-life conversations. Be a part of a global celebration of a new tradition of generosity!

For more information about #GivingTuesday, visit www.givingtuesday.org.

Here at The WKC, we hope that you will consider donating to our 2016 Program Fund Drive on #GivingTuesday & beyond!
Ticket sales do not cover our expenses! Your tax deductible donation enables us to book a season of top-notch music, theater, dance, workshops, visual arts, and community programs.
Donations also help leverage funds from foundation and government program grants.

Thank you so very much for your consideration & support of our vibrant WKC community!!


Celebrating the Arts & Life in the Catskills!

This is our 40th Year of Celebrating the Arts & Life in the Catskills!


The West Kortright Centre is a thriving arts & community center in a bucolic farm valley that has been celebrating the arts and life in the northern Catskills since 1975.

Outstanding Performances
Shakespeare in the Valley
Compelling Workshops
Stellar Gallery Exhibits
Annual Gala Dance
Landscape & Garden Tour
• Glorious Wedding Spot

Mulgrew Miller Band

Legendary Performers Past & Present

The Centre, known for presenting fine programming in an acoustically warm and intimate auditorium, has enticed hundreds of musicians, actors, writers and other performers from as far away as Ireland, Italy, Zaire, Ukraine, Jamaica, Angola, Palestine, Uganda, Cuba, Haiti, Peru, Zimbabwe, Mali, Sweden, Morocco, Israel, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Argentina, and Brazil.

Artists presented at The West Kortright Centre include composers John Cage, Meredith Monk, Peter Schickele, and Virgil Thompson; poets Allen Ginsberg, Sekou Sundiata, and Hayden Carruth; [Read More…]