Please support Noga Cabo's Batmitzva Project; All of the proceeds go to the following organizations: Mid Hudson Animal Aid Cat Sanctuary,The Sargent~Downing Gardens,Dr. Jane Goodall's Roots&Shoots,ASPCA,The Gerrard Berman Day School & Camp Ramah Nyack
Click Below to read The Beacon Free Press article by Goldee Greene:Continue
Added by Richie Cabo on February 28, 2014 at 10:16pm — No Comments
THE MANITOU SCHOOL NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
FOR INAUGURAL 2014 ENROLLMENT
Progressive, Bi-literate Program Open to Pre-K through…Continue
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The use of the Hudson as a virtual oil pipeline for the Northeast is taking off. One big problem is that the type of oil being transported is the highly volatile Bakken crude from North Dakota. It's bad enough when regular oil spills in the ocean; when Bakken-type oil spills on an inland waterway, it can be a disaster of even greater magnitude. First, a river has a…Continue
We have around 70 paper bags left over from our wedding. We used them in guests' hotel rooms. They are great.
Added by Kate Press on February 23, 2014 at 10:43pm — No Comments
MEDITATION FOR CREATIVITY
at Botsford Arts…Continue
Added by Rob Lieblein on February 22, 2014 at 7:32pm — No Comments
Please help Noga Cabo support these two great causes by spreading it to all your friends. I just joined Dr. Jane Goodall's Roots & Shoots, and will bring some of the great educational programming ideas to the Beacon community .
click on the link below or paste the address below into your browser
Added by Richie Cabo on February 21, 2014 at 8:00pm — No Comments
My husband and I are moving and we have some lovely furniture for sale.
1) Pier 1 Alton love seat/sofa--Bought new in July 2013 for $750.00. In mint condition. Asking $400.00. Image of sofa on Pier 1 website here:http://www.pier1.com/Alton-Loveseat---Mahogany/2684412,default,pd.html?cgid=sofas
Attached picture of actual sofa…Continue
Added by Kate Press on February 18, 2014 at 12:31pm — No Comments
The Travel section of am New York (the free newspaper in Manhattan) listed Beacon as one of 5 suggested day trips, along with Philadelphia, New Paltz, Hudson, and Poconos.
Well, here we go----the deadline was today @ 5PM & I had heard from an employee or two that it was to be 2/17 but of course that is the holiday. . . we can only hope that more bidders will enter the 'Big Dance' should WMC falter. . . .in a previous life a so-called seamless merger w/Vassar was attempted, but @ that time the SEC (Securities & ExchangeCommission intervened & said that it was not doable because it was a conflict of interest. That begs the question:…Continue
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The Beacon City Council will discuss the Beacon 248 project on Tioronda Avenue at the Workshop Meeting scheduled fortomorrow, Monday, February 10, 2014 (agenda attached). The applicant and his developer will be present to discuss the proposed project and to answer questions from the Council.
Based on the last Council workshop on January 27th (video now available on the City’s website and on channel 22) when the Council first reviewed this project, there will be questions…Continue
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IMHO, everyone should be following the SFH bankruptcy story & making opinions heard---at this time I favor Westchester acquiring it. I just don't want to see a monopoly w/VBMC/HealthQuest. . .talk about taking away your choices!! Susan M. (again!!!)
Added by Robert Rutigliano on February 2, 2014 at 11:24am — No Comments
Beacon, NY – The Rutigliano Group, a nonprofit organization in Beacon, New York that fosters economic development through the arts, announces the open call for their successful artist banner series on Beekman Street in Beacon. For six years in three rounds, two dozen thirteen foot tall double sided banners have led visitors up from the train and Dia: Beacon to Main Street galleries, shops and restaurants. The fourth round of banners will be produced this year and will be up from May through…Continue
Added by Robert Rutigliano on February 2, 2014 at 11:10am — No Comments
The first time I met him was when I had my business in Beacon in 1995; a flower shop called Sherwood Florist. It was one of the storefronts of the Beacon Hotel.I had attended a Beacon Rotary Club lunch meeting and he was the guest speaker. He spoke about the Hudson River and things he was doing to help clean up the river.
He was such a wonderful person and when I asked him for his card he gave me his phone number. Many years later my wife was having a situation where a well known…Continue
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