The Beacon Arts and Education Foundation will be hosting their FIRST ANNUAL GOLF OUTING that will take place at the beautiful Trump National Golf Course in Hopewell Junction, NY.
When: July 6th, 2010 Lunch/Registration 11:30 am
Where: Trump National Golf Course, Hopewell Junction, NY
SHOTGUN START: 1 PM
Price: $175 if you register before June 1/ $185.00 after June 1/INCLUDES LUNCH AND DINNER
Don't want to play,… Continue
Added by Sarah Terrell on April 30, 2010 at 10:13am —
Creative Dance Theater for Children
is a performing arts program for children that combines dance, theater, and visual arts. Through the use of stories and the images they evoke, children learn to trust their ability to communicate feelings and ideas through many different forms. All classes are taught by choreographer/director Marleen Pennison
, who brings to her students more than 30 years of performing and teaching experience. Classes will be held on Saturday… Continue
Added by Marleen Pennison on April 29, 2010 at 5:47pm —
I would first like to thank everyone for their comments. I actually wrote this review
not really thinking anyone would read it. Just getting out my frustrations online. Well, I was wrong. Not only were their comments here on beaconcitizen.com, but this made it to numerous other sites and now I sorta feel bad.
First off, the owner of the Piggy Bank called me on Friday and asked… Continue
Added by Kelly McDermott on April 27, 2010 at 9:30am —
April 25, 2010
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Beacon NY-Beacon Open Studios in conjunction with BACA is pleased to announce
The Big Draw
A night of live drawing, art for sale, music and festivities to benefit Beacon Open Studios 2010. The Big Draw
will be held on the evening of June 5th, 2010. The Marion Royael Gallery at 460 Main St.… Continue
Added by Beacon Open Studios on April 25, 2010 at 3:32pm —
The Big Draw
CALL FOR ARTThe Big Draw
is an art exhibit happening from May 29th – June 7th in Beacon, NY culminating in a party and live drawing rally on the evening June 5, 2010. A Call for Art:
We will be accepting submissions of unframed 2-dimensional works on paper in a 6” x 8” format. Submission… Continue
Added by Beacon Open Studios on April 25, 2010 at 3:25pm —
Please read the **UPDATE**
posted on 4/27/10
Original posted on 4/22/10:
The Piggy Bank...***sigh***. I wanted to like it, I really did.
On Tuesday evening around 7:00pm, my husband and I took our two children to quite possibly the worst dinner we ever, yes, EVER had. I should have known that something was wrong. We were the only table in the restaurant at peak… Continue
Added by Kelly McDermott on April 22, 2010 at 3:30pm —
Friends of the Fishkill Supply Depot is seeking volunteers for two special projects which can make great contributions to the preservation of "the last of the important Revolutionary War sites yet to be properly explored," a local historical site of national importance. (Granted this is Fishkill, not Beacon, but indulge us - the two towns are very interconnected…) Continue
Added by Nate Binzen on April 21, 2010 at 11:00pm —
I find this very interesting that there are some people in the city of Beacon saying “we do not have a gang problem or violent crime problem or a drug problem”
SO I DID SOME LOOKING THIS IS SOME OF WHAT I FOUND
1. Oct 26, 2006 Officer Hopper was shot at "point blank range…
Added by RAY CLARY on April 19, 2010 at 8:55am —
The City Council, the City’s Main Street Corridor Committee and the
Beacon Deserves Better group will meet this Wednesday April 21st ,7:00PM
at the Tompkins Hose Firehouse (opposite City Hall, route 9D entrance)
to discuss the Beacon Transit Oriented Development. (note: BDB news post states a 6:00PM start...that has been changed to 7:00 to accommodate a key participant).
The public is invited to attend however the discussion will be… Continue
Added by Steve Gold on April 17, 2010 at 11:37am —
Location has been determined: Tompkins Hose Co. #1. Due to city council and other scheduling conflicts the multi-party TOD discussion is now set for Wednesday April 21st at 7pm. Please see Mayor Gold's News Post for additional information.
EVENT DETAILS: Discussions continue regarding the proposed MTA waterfront development… Continue
Added by BDB on April 14, 2010 at 7:00pm —
Sargent Elementary School third graders field trip to School of Jellyfish Today.
Green architecture workshop. Learning about ecosystem and biomimicry.
Lots of great questions and observations.
Way to go art teacher Stacy Ward Kelly.
Pix to follow and Opening reception for their eco architecture designs:
May 6th @7:00PM , All welcome-- mark your… Continue
Added by School of Jellyfish on April 14, 2010 at 11:00am —
Your Community Cat Coalition will be participating at this year's Beacon Barks. The event is fast approaching, and folk are still needed to table sit and march in the parade. Please get in touch if you are interested and available to participate in either capacity. This is a fun and easy way to show your support for the important work we are doing in the community… Continue
Added by Nicole Ganas on April 13, 2010 at 9:30pm —
I'm trying to put together a five-person troupe for perform character-driven scripted sketch comedy and original songs. The material has been performed in San Francisco and London.
Added by Stephen Roissy on April 13, 2010 at 4:35pm —
To printmakers and artists with printmaking exparience.
There is an opportunity to join a group to share a nice printmaking studio on every Sunday evening at Garrison Art Center.
If you enjoy etching, woodcut prints or monoprints, but haven't done it
because of a lack of an access to an etching press. There is a nice print studio right on the Hudson river with a beautiful view.
You can cut down on some studio rental fee as a group. Share some materials. Maybe explore… Continue
Added by Hiro Ichikawa on April 11, 2010 at 11:53pm —
Added by beacon music factory on April 9, 2010 at 4:58pm —
Channel 22 is now a City of Beacon station. That’s new…it was formerly a Beacon High School project, and they did it well for many years. This is an exciting opportunity for the COB to reach out to the community. Along with announcements and council meetings we can broadcast, for example; segments about our city workers, their departments and how the city runs; feature interviews with ______ (fill in the blank); air pieces from our non-for-profit organizations… Continue
Added by Steve Gold on April 8, 2010 at 10:30pm —
Only one area posted a gain in real estate prices in Dutchess County year-over-year: that was Beacon, up 1%.
Everything else went down, for an average of -10.3% countywide, in one year.
Second worst was Rhinebeck: -42.3% in prices, in one year. (Amernia was the worst at 44.8%.)
So it seems that all of the rich New Yorkers who used to buy weekend homes in Rhinebeck are now buying weekend homes in Beacon.
Read all about…
Added by Ben Royce on April 8, 2010 at 8:41am —
As I understand it, the current budget before the school board removes two art teacher positions to make ends meet, which may end up meaning little or no art education at all for elementary schools. The Beacon middle school already is missing full art coverage of even one teacher for students in those years.. For those of you who have children in the Beacon Public Schools at any level, if this is unacceptable to you, please contact your principal, the superintendent and the school board members… Continue
Added by Cabot Parsons on April 7, 2010 at 11:44pm —
— A City of Beacon man, Angel D. Lebron, 33, was charged with
second-degree murder today for the stabbing death of 24-year-old city
resident Robert Santana.
Lebron was arraigned in Beacon City Court and sent to Dutchess
County Jail without bail. He is scheduled to return to court Tuesday at
10 a.m., city police said.
The charge is a class A-1 felony and carries a maximum sentence of 25 years to life.
Santana, 24, who lived on Main Street in Beacon, was… Continue
Added by Jay Roberts on April 7, 2010 at 7:17pm —
The following resolution was passed unanimously by the Beacon City Council on Monday night April 6, 2010. I informed the Stony Kill representative of the Department of Environmental Conservation and the Albany Legislative Aid to the Senate and Assembly. This resolution will be sent to all Beacon, Fishkill and Wappingers state elected officials and the Governor. I was personally motivated to author the text after years of enjoying and appreciating Stony Kill and listening… Continue
Added by Steve Gold on April 7, 2010 at 12:58am —