Denning’s Point Musings 12
Another “Blue Pencil” special for some hystorical (sic) fun
The Denning’s Point trails are closed for the winter to protect the American Bald Eagle foraging, perching and roosting habitat. This winter-time closing is essential if we’re to be environmentally-conscious stewards and coincidentally provides some delightful “down time” for me as a Point tour leader and author-lecturer. You are invited to enjoy…
Oops! No pun intended ;) I used to get all my fabric at Mood Fabrics when I lived in NYC, but we have quite a nice selection right here in town as well! And from independent designers.
Added by Katie HM on February 24, 2011 at 1:55pm — No Comments
The latest "Where Is This?" picture is up at A Little Beacon Blog! Test your knowledge of sites in Beacon. The winner of this week's content wins a Mexican Coke from Poppy's (it's made with real sugar, and Poppy's is excited about it).
Start guessing! First right answer wins:
All of the Beacon City Council seats, including the Mayor, are up for election this November. In the City of Beacon we have 7 members on the City Council. 1 Mayor, 2 At-large representatives and 4 individual Ward representatives.
Also, all of the Dutchess County Legislators are up for re-election this year as well. The City of Beacon is currently represented at the County level through districts #16 & #18.…Continue
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Kids between the ages of 6 and 10 have painted portraits of shelter animals which are currently being auctioned off in an online auction to benefit ARF and Mid Hudson Animal Aid in Beacon. The auction is open until this Sunday at 4pm and is open to everyone -…Continue
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Let me introduce you to Zohar The Meshugeh !
Jewish Humor, etc, etc
By Alejandro Dron
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Let's face it: Teenybopper KATY PERRY has some catchy songs.
Then again, so do 1980s hardcore pioneers BLACK FLAG.
I'm looking for musicians to join KATY FLAGGY, Dutchess County's first Katy Perry/Black Flag tribute band!
We will play mash-ups of Katy Perry songs with Black Flag songs. (It can be done; I've started figuring out how the songs fit together.)
This could be an incredible party band.…Continue
Clearwater is now working in a Climate Justice grant for four Hudson Valley Cities, including Beacon. Climate Justice gives climate change issues a social justice approach. We are in the process of identifying local community members interested in participating in this important and relevant project. This project will help advance Environmental Justice in the City of Beacon.
If you are interested in knowing more about the project please contact me at email@example.com.
There is still time for teens and adults to sign-up for Digital Landscape Photography with noted Photographer, John Rizzo. The course starts this Saturday, February 19th. Interested parties can register by calling Mill Street Loft at 845.471.7477 or by clicking the following link: (http://millstreetloft.org/store/product_info.php?cPath=22_32&products_id=248). In addition, we have numerous…Continue
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How cool is that? ;-)
Grammy for Best Musical Album For Children: "Tomorrow's Children," a CD by Pete Seeger with The Rivertown Kids and Friends
It's Pete's third Grammy. Congrats kids and Pete. And also congrats to Tery Udell, 4th grade teacher, and Dan Einbender, Hudson River educator, who made it happen!
Clearwater received a state Department of Environmental Conservation grant that allowed Hudson River educator Dan Einbender in…
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If you're walking/driving home from the train, and haven't gotten your Valentine a gift yet, this is your answer. And, I plotted out a date night for you:
Added by Katie HM on February 10, 2011 at 2:48pm — No Comments
The Randolph School's new monthly FREE Film Series features documentaries that are related to the values inherent in progressive education, including art, the environment, gender and racial equality, and lifelong learning. It is an opportunity for Randolph parents and teachers and members of our local community to come together to watch important, sometimes hard-to-find films and discuss important issues that affect us all!
The second film in the series will be shown in…Continue
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My girlfriend and I have been going bonkers with cabin fever this winter. We were wondering what to do one weekend and really wished that there was an atrium like the many in the city. Then it occurred to me: thanks to the Fishbacks, residents of Beacon have free access to the DIA on weekends. So we have been taking advantage of that great benefit. We sit in the Wharhol exhibit and read…Continue
New at the beacon falls cafe wine lovers Thursdays! half price wines by the glass! 5 to 9 PM.
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Music Program Offered…Continue
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Dear BCN community,
May I ask what you think the city government should do that would lift our city to new levels? What goals should we aspire to reach? What is it that this city needs or wants or should do, more than anything else....from basic infrastructure like more parking spaces to ideals such as call-in or online polls on the bigger questions facing our city?
Thank you, Steve Gold