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April 2011 News (26)

Chair Massages on Main St., Be a Prize, A Little History

Hey!

There are some new blog posts at A Little Beacon Blog. Sacred Space's chair massage Thursdays, opportunity to be a prize for the Where Is This Contest (have been collecting some good ones!! Tricky new photo to come...), me being a vendor at Beacon Barks, and a fun picture of the menu at Crumb with a sandwich review (full menu to come).

 

Click over and take a scroll. See you tomorrow at Beacon Barks! Happy weekend!…

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Added by Katie HM on April 29, 2011 at 5:35pm — No Comments

Last chance to donate to the poster for Garden Tour

For a mere $25 or $50, your business could be on every poster for the garden and compost tour.

 

Put your name on a healthy activity for a month in advance.   Enjoy the rep of supporting vegetables and flowers.

 

 

Write me!!!!!!

 

 

 

The Beacon Garden Tour will be held on Saturday, June 11th.

The gardens range from beautiful flowers that have rock gardens, shade gardens, vegetable gardens.  Get…

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Added by Anna West on April 27, 2011 at 2:42pm — No Comments

HELP OPEN THE POOL - Get a Family Pass

THE CITY OF BEACON POOL AT THE UNIVERSITY SETTLEMENT CAMP

The City of Beacon Recreation Department is hopeful to once again have its public pool open this summer for area residents to enjoy. Due to budgetary constraints the community pool at University Settlement Camp was closed last year. We have an exciting opportunity to once again have a much needed recreation resource available to the residents of Southern Dutchess and Putnam Counties.

With the support of community residents, we… Continue

Added by Justin Riccobono on April 27, 2011 at 10:07am — 1 Comment

Randolph School/Open Space Sponsor "Dwell Climb Fly" FREE Art Workshops for Kids

The Randolph School invites you to participate in a FREE art installation workshop for children ages 5-10. Over three weeks, teams of children will build an installation based on the following themes: early dwellings, human and animal; climbing structures; and things that take flight. Materials are being…

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Added by Randolph School on April 26, 2011 at 11:30am — No Comments

Essential Nourishment - Book Release by Local Author Marika Blossfeldt



Drawing from her vast knowledge of natural foods and her experience in conducting private and group health coaching programs as well as wellness retreats, Marika has put together a beautiful and very useful book, weaving together food, art and the joy of living a healthy and fulfilling…

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Added by Marika Blossfeldt on April 25, 2011 at 9:16pm — No Comments

A new url for A Little Beacon Blog and a Where Is This?

Hey!

A Little Beacon Blog is at a new URL: www.alittlebeaconblog.com (sans the blogspot part). There is a new Where is This? that there is already a winner for, but you can test your knowledge.

 

See you there!
Katie 

Added by Katie HM on April 23, 2011 at 1:31pm — No Comments

Easter Truffles! They're here.

Freshly made Easter Truffles!!

At School of Jellyfish!
As always: Organic, Fresh, Dark, Fair…
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Added by School of Jellyfish on April 23, 2011 at 12:08pm — No Comments

Art programs taking shape at the River Center with Mill Street Loft

This Fall you can expect to take many of Mill Street Loft's Art Institute courses in addition to many courses for adults with Garin Baker, Andrew Lattimore, Billy Noonan, Robert Rodriguez Jr., Keith Gunderson, Rick Price, and so many more at the River Center on the waterfront in Beacon. Join our emailing list (Click Here) to… Continue

Added by Todd C. Poteet on April 19, 2011 at 2:10pm — No Comments

Beacon is going to have fabulous Garden Tours!! one in the morning, one in the afternoon--JUNE 11.

The Beacon Garden Tour will be held on Saturday, June 11th.

The gardens range from beautiful flowers that have rock gardens, shade gardens, vegetable gardens.  Get inspired on what to plant, learn how to grow and have fun with your neighbors!!!

The tours are set up so that you can ride your bike or share a car with other participants. Your choice, morning or afternoon. Free. No reservations needed. Plus the Green Teens will demonstrate…

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Added by Anna West on April 18, 2011 at 10:31pm — 8 Comments

Review: Chocolate and Caramel Tart at Crumb

Yumb. Today I sampled the chocolate and Caramel tart for you from Crumb. Just in case you went there for a chocolate chip cookie and came away with something different...DO get a latte if you get this tart! A coffee or latte would really complete this delicious afternoon treat.

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Added by Katie HM on April 18, 2011 at 9:50pm — No Comments

Last day to submit your art to "Our Towns" exhibit

Today is the DEADLINE to submit work for the upcoming exhibit "Our Towns", with juror M. Stephen Doherty

Editor of Plein Air Magazine and former Editor of American Artist Magazine.

 

Work can be in any medium, size, format, or art form. Entry fee is $25 for 4 images. Submit online, it's easy. (…

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Added by Todd C. Poteet on April 15, 2011 at 2:22pm — No Comments

Hey Beacon, help us help area food pantries!

Hello, fellow Beaconites!

 

For over a year, my husband and I have been swinging by the Beacon Bagel every morning on Tuesdays through Fridays, picking up their extra bagels and delivering them to various area food pantries and charities on our way to work across the river. But with a baby and some employment changes on the way, we won't be able to deliver bagels for much longer.

 

We’re looking for some volunteers to…

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Added by Kristen Cronin on April 15, 2011 at 9:51am — 2 Comments

Black Newfoundland dog found on E. Main St. Thurs 4/14

A dog apparently was in a parked car but got out thru the window and was seen wandering around E. Main St. near the Howland Center (6:30-7pm) until a woman leashed him and tried to find the owner. She had to call the police to get the dog, so I hope the owner knows to check with the police and reunites with this sweet, friendly dog.

Added by Sharon Watts on April 14, 2011 at 7:36pm — 1 Comment

Register now for Beacon Open Studios



Now in it’s 3rd year, Beacon Open Studios will take place Sept 24-25, 2011.



If you are an artist who lives or works in Beacon you can sign up to take part in Beacon Open Studios. This city-wide art event invites the public into local artists’ studios, allowing visitors to chat with artists, view past and current works-in-progress, and get an up-close look at the spaces in which they create.

 

This year BOS will produce a catalog featuring a photo of each…

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Added by Beacon Open Studios on April 14, 2011 at 10:58am — No Comments

Found on Masters Place: a baby chick in a basement. "Who's my momma?"

If someone has lost (or wants) a baby peep leave a note here. My neighbor found one in their basement and is trying to find where it belongs. If not, then a good home. Thanks!

Added by Sharon Watts on April 11, 2011 at 1:49pm — 3 Comments

Teenagers breaking into Beacon Terminal Associates in the middle of the day

So its the first gorgeous Saturday of spring, I'm doing my usual run, Dia is packed, there's 20 cars parked at Madam Brett, crowds of hikers and fishermen are to and from Dennings Point... and 3 teenagers are breaking into Beacon Terminal Associates, the old hat factory, right through the front door at 2:30 PM.

 

The door is locked, but the trick they are using is easy (obviously I'm not going into details on a public website). Who manages Beacon Terminal Associates? The City…

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Added by Ben Royce on April 9, 2011 at 4:00pm — 13 Comments

Affordable acupuncture in a comfortable group setting. Sliding scale fees of only $20 - $40.…

 

Affordable acupuncture in a comfortable group setting.  

 

Sliding scale fees of only $20 - $40.   YOU choose what you can afford to pay.…

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Added by Evan Schwartz on April 9, 2011 at 2:38am — No Comments

Beacon Arts & Education Foundation teams up with Ragnar Relay!

The Ragnar Relay hosts relay races throughout the country and selects a local charity to benefit from part of the proceeds.  This year, The Beacon Arts & Education Foundation has teamed up with the Ragnar Relay to benefit the children of the Beacon City School District. This year’s New York relay begins on May 13th in Woodstock and stretches 200 miles and approximately 24 hours to Dobbs Ferry, with Beacon as the midway point. We need your help in getting runner's teams to join up for the… Continue

Added by meredith Heuer on April 7, 2011 at 8:45pm — No Comments

Randolph School Kicks Off Green Renovations Workshops

Please come to an information-sharing/idea-generating session this Saturday 4/9 at Randolph School in Wappingers Falls.  If you can't attend but would like to find out more about this series of workshops being planned for 2011-12 and open to the public, please email gogreen@randolphschool.org.…

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Added by Randolph School on April 7, 2011 at 10:58am — No Comments

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