Is anyone using a database program they like for organizing and tracking a collection of visual images and showing them on the web across multiple platforms? Or can you refer me to someone with experience in this area who knows what software is worth looking at and which programs are best avoided?
Many thanks for any assistance you can offer.
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I founded Sargent and Downing Gardens to pay tribute to this great City of Beacon. Henry Winthrop Sargent and Andrew Jackson Downing have played a huge role in American Horticulture, and one could say it started right here. My car accident a year ago really took a toll on me and slowed me down. The way the current President and Treasurer were doing things just are not right. This caused The Executive Board and I to leave the group .
Common Greens Mobile Farmers Market - fresh, local fruits and vegetables at affordable prices. The mobile market will run Wednesdays from July 9th through September. WIC, FMNP and EBT/SNAP accepted. Brought to you by the Green Teen Program and Common Ground Farm.
Community Health Center Parking Lot
(corner of S. Chestnut and Henry Streets)
First Presbyterian Church
50 Liberty Street…
Added by Common Ground Farm on June 27, 2014 at 11:00am — No Comments
Beacon, New York
River Pool at Beacon hosts the 11th Annual Great Newburgh…Continue
AT FARM CAMP, children explore their relationship to food and to nature through hands-on experiments, movement, games, and art. Children will spend time in the garden, at the pond, in the field, in the barn, and along our nature trails. Participants will develop a deeper understanding of how food is grown—from the soil, to the crops, to the animals. Through a variety of experiences, kids will develop an appreciation of the complexity of the natural environment within which…Continue
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I am running the Disney Wine & Dine Half-Marathon in November for Sparrow's Nest, a non-profit that prepares and delivers meals to families of moms undergoing treatment for Cancer. You can read more about Sparrow's Nest here.
You may have seen me at the…Continue
Added by karen meyer on June 23, 2014 at 10:44pm — No Comments
If you were thinking about swimming lessons for the summer but haven't done the research yet, here is a guide that may help give you a head start! Seems we have several good options for kids and adults.
I ran by Madam Brett Park yesterday and saw they are doing some ground preparation for something behind the "Beacon Terminal Associates" building closest to the RR tracks. Does anyone know what they are doing?
We had a thread earlier about how your gardens were growing, and Ben maybe was going to plant bamboo. I was going to use hay mulch at the start of the season. Here's an update with pictures at A Little Beacon Blog, and would love to get your comments there as to how your gardening is going!
Beacon real estate is heating up.
Lots of shoutouts to names I recognize. The house two over from mine for sale is featured.
One shocker for me:
The mountain, immortalized on the …
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Added by Zac Skinner on June 9, 2014 at 9:34am — No Comments
Does anyone know what is being built on Mt Beacon right now? There have been a lot of construction materials brought up Mt Beacon Monument Rd recently, like cinder blocks, concrete trucks, dirt or rock in dump trucks.
Lifelong Beacon Resident John Fasulo
On behalf of his wife Cecile and daughter Maya, I regret to inform John's beloved Beacon community of his sudden passing yesterday, May 14, 2014.
Visitation will be held on Saturday, May 17th from 2pm-3pm at the DiDonato Funeral Home, 1290 Route 9W in Marlboro, NY. A funeral service will follow at the DiDonato Funeral Home at 3pm on Saturday. …Continue
Last night was awesome as I said before. Thanks again for all the patrons of Joe's Irish Pub and the musicians who come to the jam and they were:
Michael Randolph guitar and bass, AnnaMarie Sant vocals, Ken Bowles guitar and vocals, Dave ? guitar and vocals, Darrell Goodman drums, Jack Orlando bass and guitar, full band White Light Project,…
Added by russell St.George on May 11, 2014 at 9:40pm — No Comments
There are still a few spots left in Beacon Art Adventures summer art program for kids 6 and up! This summer we're doing clay, fiber arts, pet portraits (fund raiser) and more. There's also a class for older kids 9-14! This is a part time summer program (mornings) and you sign up by the week. It's ideal if you're looking for a fun, creative experience for your child but not an all day camp. To find out more details check out…Continue
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As many of you know I have had a bad car accident last July. As a result I have had some memory problems from brain trauma. But one thing I did not forget is why I founded the Sargent and Downing Gardens.The mission was to create a community garden and educational center to pay tribute to Henry Winthrop Sargent, Andrew Jackson Downing and the great historical role the City of Beacon played in American horticulture.It was a Sargent and Downing Gardens for the children and community.…Continue
Added by Richie Cabo on May 7, 2014 at 11:01pm — No Comments
I am looking at you Clay, Wood & Cotton! We will be showing off all 14 designs plus 8 postcards at The National Stationery Show in NYC this month. May 18-21.
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