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With " The Art of Balance" art exhibition, a liveconcert, a show, a film, social networking sessions and more! Grace Golf & Dinner Benefit is raising money to fund key nonprofit programmes such as Millbrook Communities Preschool, Grace Latino Outreach, the Food of Life Programme and EPIC (Engaging People in Change), a local high schools management programme.
At the Millbrook Tennis & Gulf Club, the 18-hole course consists of two practice sessions, one at 7:30 am and the second at 12:30 pm. Both sessions feature lunches, course snacks, carts, prizes as well as a golfer's shirts. Supper is at 6pm starting with a round-table discussion, a quiet evening with Peter and Judith Muir and a quiet bid.
Reel Life Movie Club for tween and teen return to Beacon. Following the movie there is a Q&A with Joseph Linksman from The R.A.M.P. and Mark Price from Beacon Recreation. R.A.M.P. is a skatepark that comes to Beacon. The pizzas are available at the venue and it is recommended to register to make sure there is enough for all.
Howland Public Library in Beacon is proud to present Back to Basics, an exhibit of works by grown artist at the Anderson Center for Autism Expressive Outcomes Progam. It will be on display at the Ethan Cohen Kunsthalle (KuBe) in Beacon, New York from July 14 to September 2, 2018.
Climb aboard the Estuary Steward and drive over to Bannerman Island, where you can take a self led trip and listen to a musical show or a perform. Situated in the Hudson Highlands area, this little gem has a long tradition and the countryside will make this place a wonderful and rewarding experience for the whole hosts.
Included in the program are a boat trip to and from the islands, a walk and a lecture by Eleanor and the signature session. The Hudson Valley Theatre Initiative presents "Broadway in Beacon - Annoon of Musical Memories", where Col Porter's "Kiss Me, Kate" will be presented throughout the day in real time, featuring the classical songs:
Hudson Valley is a yearly festival that highlights the talents and locations that promote it. It is the ninth year of the Hudson Valley Festival, which celebrates America's artistic style with the help of indigenous jazzmen and continues to help those who discontinue performing it. There are two solar-powered platforms with livemusic.
You' ll be able to listen to a free concert in various jazzy genres at the Newburgh water front, as well as see life shows of guospel, oldie, doowop as well as jewelry. You' ll be able to listen to free pop, rock and doo pop shows, 1950s and 1960s Newburgh' waterside tunes and listen to life shows of European gospels and Jews. Showcasing musicals of Judaic descent, including Broadway theater, jazzy and tradition.
There will be a feeling of Judaic proudness, oneness, civilization and tradition shared with a broader fellowship that uses the platforms of Judaic musicians. Howland Cultural Center will be hosting a heavy weight triples fight in September with two Beacon, NY, energetic and energetic pop groups accompanied by one of the most important contemporary electrical groups.
Accompanying the pop-punk act, the celebrated sax player James Brandon Lewis Trio (with bass player Luke Stewart and percussionist Warren "Trae" Crudup III) and the hard grooves of a new group, Sir/Real. The ceremonial master of the night will be the Beacon-based author and actor Robbie Anderson.
Free-of-charge organization! Spend a funny days on the farmstead where you can see the sellers villages, hear life-sound, see a show, take part in an obstruction races, study and buy Alpine wares. The PuppyUp New Paltz is a familiy-oriented meeting for all people and dogs!
Those events are over. AGM Wingfest 11 is back at Mid Hudson Civic Centre in Poughkeepsie! More VIPs and our K104 Winter Carnival extra features on how to get the Wing Lover to experience the best cabin fever in the Hudson Valley.
The Ultimate Top 40 Party Band, Rock the nocturnal away avec Bedrock et les débuts au Civic Center de Boy Band Pros et Icons ! Collect your ticket, because this show is sold out in advance! Randolph School is hosting its eighth anniversary festival, a traditionally maple-sugaring-festival for the whole town.
The Hudson Valley inhabitants are welcome to visit the drawing, gathering and cooking of juice to make siccup. Further outdoor pursuits are singing, story telling, face drawing, co-operative play and walks on Randolph's beautiful wooded area. Pancakes for a luncheon round off the day from 11 pm to 1 pm. The two events are free and open to the general public, so don't miss them!
This free of charge meeting includes: Sycamore Sugaring Demonstration, Historische Charaktere von Sharpe, Nature Discovery Room, Planetarium, Live Animal Show, artisanat local et marché alimentaire, musique live et concours annuel de jugement du sirop d'érable. It' our yearly Easter party at Memorial Park. Among the various events are the Easter Bunny (1-12 years old), the Easter Bunny, the raffle of bicycles and baskets, the petting zoo, the Mayor' s Office's official opening, and much more!
Howland Public Library Board of Curators honours the Wee Play Community Project - the winner of the Helen Savoit Library Advocacy Award. To commemorate Earth Day, join the Town of Beacon and Green Beacon Coalition for a citywide clean-up and BBQ on Saturday, April 22. They can work in various places in Beacon on a voluntary basis.
Places including High School Woods, South Ave Park, Plate Woods, Rocky Glen Park, Mount Beacon, Long Dock Park, Main Street. Ree-Play Children's Tag Sales is a fundraiser of the Wee Play Community Project that influences your live in Beacon. You not only get a great deal for some kid's kit that can forever alter the way your kid's live (ok, maybe for 5 minutes), but your buy will contribute to equipping three Beacon parks (Tot Park at Memorial Park, Green Street Park and River Front Park) in addition to the kid's coding in the Howland Library, and other urban initia.
Beacon Barks Parade is back on Main St. The Beacon Barks! is the road party for those who enjoy pets, good eating, good entertainment and more. Newburgh Urban Farming Fair takes place on 80 Broadway on the Grand St of Newburgh.
This free open-air celebration will celebrate municipal agriculture with exhibitions, shows, children's events, sales people, meals and draws with the aim of improving the city's inhabitants' accessibility to wholesome foods and at the same times reviving the municipality's financial and cultural viability. It offers a wide range of entertainment for all age groups, from Hudson Valley Seeds craft and seeds project, stories about agriculture and grocery, Orange County Cornell Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners specialist horticultural advices, poultry shows and hands-on hints on building and installing containers and containers in your garden.
This year, participants can try Mac & cheeses from some of the best chefs and diners in the Hudson Valley. It is a fun for families of children under 10 and we expect this to sell out before it starts. Children's Day sales, which benefit directly from Beacon Park and other programs, are carried out by Wee Play Community Project.
Friday, April 21 to Sunday, April 23 from 9am to 1pm every day at the University Settlement Camp Theater (Beacon Pool Entrance / 9D, Beacon). Like every year there is a tasty cake sales with bakery products from your own parental (do you know the #BeaconDessertMafia? OMG). Store is open to locals.
Soak up cupcakes from all over the Hudson Valley & more! Informations >Read here about the Cupcake Festival 2018! Besides various handicraft shows and regional salesmen you can see our lambs getting their yearly cut and bought crops in our greenhous. Livemusic - meal - children's activites - information - presentations - souvenir store - visits of the farmstock in the stable - visits of the Verplanck tenant yard - and much more!
Accompany us this Sunday to the opening of Bake Outdoor Farmers' Farmers' market 2018! There will be plenty of your favourite sellers and some new ones from start to finish! There' will be car trips, eating & drinking and more! This is the right place for you if you are interested in Russian or Shabby Chic Design!
With great groceries, workshops (including a Barb show by Barb's Butchery) and shows, tasty meals and the opportunity to see the Country Life team! Listen to more than 40 free band tracks! Try a real dining experience from your favourite restaurant and listen to multi-stage performance all the time.
The Newburgh and Hudson Valley salespeople will be on site to sell handcrafted goods. Explore pop-up arts shows, children and family-friendly events, a trolly trip through historic Newburgh and a Colorfest! Put a stool, parasol and your goods up for auction and we'll have a flea market here at 23 West Center Street.
Celebrate the best short-cake you've ever dreamed of - homemade biscuit straws with genuine crème - on three sides wrapped in the beautiful Hudson River. There will be many local sellers who will sell groceries and handicrafts. Clearwater's Great Hudson River Revival (Clearwater Festival), the oldest and biggest local folk and environment event, unites great musicians and Clearwater's own label of verdant activities for a uniquely memorable June week.
The Clearwater Festival 2018, which will take place on 16 and 17 June on the shores of the Hudson River in gorgeous Croton Point Park, Croton-On-Hudson, NY, is announcing its first line-up. Two hundred of America's finest freelance artisans and craftsmen meet for the Rhinebeck Crafts Festival for the 6th time in the heartland of the Hudson Valley.
Featuring handcrafted items, original handicrafts and arts, culinary specialties, Hudson Valley distillery and winery tasting, hands-on crafts shows and thrilling fun for the whole team. There' gonna be soundtracks, grocers, kids' entertainment and of course pyrotechnics! Tats. John Car Realty, Homespun, Dominic Penzetta, Dogwood, Hudson, Valley Auctioneers, Greg Zabel, Hudson Beach Glass, Artisan Wine Store, Hudson Valley Brewery, Mobile Tankstelle, Quinns, Quinns, Quinns, Quinns Mitarbeiter,
Keyfood, Antalek & Moore, Mountain Tops, Kitchen Sink, Hudson Valley Zoned, Luxe Optical, Anwaltskanzlei Dennis Vetrano, Gate House Realty, Kiwanis Club, Roundhouse, Melzingah Tap House, Poppy's, Beacon Natural Market und Thundercut. Please see our full story for more information on this conference. Accompany us to our yearly Cannonball Run through the university settlement on Saturday, July 7.
Select a 5-kilometre or miles course, both ending with a leap into the beacon pool. $20 for the 5K and $5 for the miles is proposed to support the Beacon Rec After School programs. O+ Poughkeepsie, a celebration for arts, musicians and spa, is held in August.
Five on the Main Street bloc between Academy and Market Street. This is a great occasion for advanced bikers to go about one kilometer (72 length of a regular 25 yards pool) across the Hudson River and collect money for the not-for-profit River Poolat Beacon. Come back in 2018!
beacon3D was created by Eleni Smolen with the help and encouragement of Ed Benavente and Insun Kim, with the financial sponsors BeaconArts, and the entire municipality to celebrate the anniversary year 2013. With Arts MidHudson emphasizing the work of artists both locally and regionally, Beacon 3-D has quickly become an award-winning audio-visual experience every year.
By 2016 Beacon 3-D presents the works of eleven artist, among them three new faces - Wilfredo Morel, Ann Provan and Herman Roggerman. More than 60+ sellers, artisans, craftsmen, new gastronomic products and more. Come back in 2018! More than 30 indigenous breweries, Buckeye Rooster and our hop barbecue from the award-winning Bacon Brothers and many other hop treats will be part of the show.
Buck Eye Rooster and Gold Hope Duo for you! Bacon Brothers, the Hudson Valley Ribfest winner, are serving a hop-smoked BBQ. Come back in 2018! Movies, eating and entertainment grab the line-up for the fifth yearly Beacon Independent Film Festival at Theatre at University Settlement Camp Park. Visit works by Hudson Valley film makers and performers, dine in restaurants and engage in thought-provoking discussions with business people.
Come back in 2018! With 300 contemporary US performers, stylists and artisans, it is the most loved art venue in Westchester County and the most loved retail space in one of its most loved places. The craftsmanship in Lyndhurst is an unforgettable adventure! Come back in 2018! Pupils from high school in and around Dutchess and Westchester counties are welcome to participate in a FREE workshop FREE workshop program, which includes free breakfasts and lunches donated by Beacon High School, Spackenkill High School, Art Mid-Hudson, BeaconArts and the Beacon Performing Arts Center.
Pupils can apply by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org specifying their name, class and name. Come back in 2018! The Hudson Valley is not only famous for its wines! Hudson River Hudson River Craft Beer festival will return to Beacon in September to host the largest and best ever Kraft beergame.
Join the Riverfront Park to taste over 180 artisanal beer from over 90 of America's finest brewers while you enjoy life sounds, locals and tasty cuisine. We offer general entry and free entry samplings so you can end the days while you enjoy the view of the Hudson river!
Come back in 2018! There' yard cattle, chilli cooks, heurits, cappuccino competitions, and more. Come back in 2018! On Sunday, September 17, 2017, Hudson River Sloop Clearwater announced the second yearly Chefs for Clearwater meeting. Bosses for Clearwater is a relationship between the Hudson Valley leaders, the CIA and Clearwater, to raise consciousness of sensitive questions related to sustainable development and nutritional athletics and to strengthen the relationship with the Hudson Valley Water Catchment Area.
It is a fundraising campaign to help Clearwater's Hudson River environment literacy and advocacy programmes. Hudson River divide has a direct impact on the state of the water and vice versa. The Hudson Valley Seed is a communal meal that celebrates schools and the Hudson Valley Seed. Dinners, beverages, desserts and quiet auctions with great deals at the Hudson Valley Brewery.
Equipped with garden-to-table meals cooked by locals and new breweries from Hudson Valley Brewery and Angry Orchard. Come back in 2018! WOMS is a lively open arts venue that provides a city-wide showcase for performers, some of whom are rarely seen in Beacon and are better known in other towns or the world.
BeaconArts is working on Beacon on Main. For more information about this year's Window on Main Street artwork, please see our full story. It will include a quiet auction of goods and service and a sales of small works by small locally based people. Beacon and his congregation celebrate this eagerly awaited procession.
The Paraderoute leads from the river to the mountain: from Main and Beekman Streets, near the Municipal Plaza, to Tioranda Avenue. It ends at Tioronda Avenue and the road from Main & Teller to Brett remains open until 4 pm. Come back in 2018! Large free of charge party where you can go down Main St. to admire vintage vehicles and look under the canopy.
There are free visitor parkings in the DMV multi-storey building on the main street, in the city hall parkings, in the Memorial Park and in some other free urban parkings around Beacon. Grab the shovel, images and a Beacon' s Cars Show 2015 film! Come back in 2018! Cucurbits of all forms and size, cakes, apple wine and rock sop.
There are two solar-powered musical theatres. Thirteenth anniversary and benefit. The party for the whole familiy includes practical agricultural activity, living musical entertainment, a holiday farms and a grocery store with tasty dishes, hay cart rides, a turtle procession and much more. Not with Zero to Go and the Beacon Farmers' Fair on Sunday, November 6!
Consumption, music, groceries, craftsmanship, and prices; revenues for the care and search for loving homes for the Hudson's Abandoned and Special Needs Felines. You will have the opportunity to hear the latest news about our catholic beverages, enjoying our traditional beers, our traditional local dishes and a prize draw, and on Friday, October 20, Mid Hudson Animal Aid will hold its sixth catholic festival at Hudson Valley Brewery in Beacon, 6pm - 10pm.
The Hudson Valley Brewery organizes the show from 18:00 to 22:00 with free entry. Come back in 2018! Visit the River Center of the city of Hudson to make your own pumpkin from Monday to Thursday afternoon. The gourds are delivered by Schenic Hudson and have to be made in-situ. It is free of charge!
Come back in 2018! Visit Grace Smith House, Inc. every October in Poughkeepsie, NY for our yearly Grace Pumpkin Parade! Celebrating the most creepy times of the year, enjoying apple wine and raising money to help Grace Smith House enable a life without anxiety for family members and those who have survived a family.
In Polhill Park (South Avenue/9D and Main Street) the children in costume begin a procession through Main Street, which ends at Teller Avenue. A Very Beacon Halloween, a Beacon Chamber of Commerce comittee, is organizing this event. The Little Beacon Space (291 Main St., in the historical telephone building) will be distributing goodies from 10:00 to 16:00.
You can also use the Beacon Flea on Henry Street behind the postal-station! The Blushery and Style Storehouse, for example, candies can be handed out in fashion stores and stores on the far eastern end of Main Street, so it's all about the curve to cheat or pamper even more! There' s also a draw that offers a variety of gifts that are great to give away, among them rare items such as novels, CD's, handicrafts, handicraft, gift vouchers for companies and service, as well as special bake and massages.
Funds collected from the Beacon of Love fund-raiser will be given to the Mid-Hudson Refugee Welcome Fund to cover the cost of the goods and service that incoming homes need to facilitate their move to live in America. For more information about this fund-raising campaign, please visit our diary! Savour tasty meals and drinks.
This is a one-day, colourful festival with children's workshop, dancing, theatre und musical events throughout the town. In this year you should definitely attend the OWLS and the huge COO COO COO CLOCK. Sinterklaas is a non-denominational festival that brings together inhabitants and tourists of all age groups and background to an unforgettable festival for kids, the arts and the lights of the conservative seasons.
Accompany us on a number of glittering evenings with tens of thousand light fixtures, illuminated screens and festivities around the Boscobel Garden and area. Picnic Marketing Exchanges, Reader, Healer and Craftsmen are back to offer you a vacation destination like no other! Buy your favourite dealers and new faces.
Beacon' s history is the history of a city that comes through difficult periods with great devotion and hopes. Celebrating those who illuminate our fellowship, the Beacon Hebrew Alliance and BeaconArts join forces to commemorate Illumin8 on the unique Beacon Bicycle Menorah! Livemusic from the Black Coffee Blues Band!
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