I don't have anyhting against bikes or hikers, But I don't advocate turning railbeds into trails anymore either. Once you put in a trail on the Beacon Line, it will make it that much more difficult to use the tracks for their intended purpose. As for $$ the feds are in the process of re-directng transportation funds for light rail and trams....A tram would do two things. it would move people from the rver to uptown and would be an attraction in itself. I dont think we are… Continue
Added by john fasulo on August 31, 2010 at 10:00am —
Beacon Welcome Center - Volunteer Training Session
For all of you who have watched the new Beacon Welcome Center being created by a wonderful group of volunteers working under the leadership of George Mansfield, wait no longer - it will open on September 11 4pm on Beacon Second… Continue
Added by Linda T Hubbard on August 31, 2010 at 9:12am —
the official deadline to sign up for Beacon Open Studios is tomorrow. However, RiverWinds is closed on Tuesdays so there will be no where to drop off your registration form in time to get on the BOS map. Do it today or miss out in joining the 75 other Beacon artists who will be opening their doors to the public on the last weekend in September.
Added by Beacon Open Studios on August 30, 2010 at 8:38am —
The Beacon Falls cafe will now be open until 9:00 PM on Thursday evenings serving dinner and the areas only craft micro brew beer selection . Also check out our wine list featuring some great tasting wines from California and around the world for under 30.00 a bottle.
Check us out for dinner Thursday thru Saturday night the kitchen closed at 9:00 PM. Also Saturday morning breakfast from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM and brunch every Sunday 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
Added by Bob and Linda Nevelus on August 29, 2010 at 10:51pm —
Be still my heart! a dog grooming shop on Main St! Welcome to Maria and staff at 186 Main St. (about 2 doors down from the Barkery)!!! So glad we don't have to drive to Wappinger or Newburg to get the pups pampered. It is much nicer to walk.
Added by Hollis Bogdanffy-Kriegh on August 26, 2010 at 3:16pm —
There are a number of precedents for track gauge to be mixed in the past... The point here is that
NG track could be laid between the existing standard gauge track and would not have to cross the MNRR main, as the line crosses the MN main via a bridge putting it on the west side of the main line. The track then could follow the walkway to near the end of the Metro North parking lot a short walk from the station.
Even without the NG track, the MTA track could be… Continue
Added by john fasulo on August 25, 2010 at 11:53am —
With the TOD a hot issue for us and other transportation issues faced not only by Beacon, but by most communities around the country, I'd like to chime in again after just returning from Europe; sometimes referred to as the "Old World" as opposed to that idea that somehow we here in the USA are "new" IE advanced technologically. Europe is, thought by many, to be "old" or worn out,
It's been a few years since Ive been to Europe. I recently returned from four weeks in Belgium… Continue
Added by john fasulo on August 23, 2010 at 4:56pm —
Beacon Open Studios has 63 artists currently registered to participate in this year's studio tour. That makes Beacon by far the largest open studio event in the Hudson Valley. Don't miss your chance to join in the fun, sign up today. Deadline to register and still get on the map is August 31st. Go here for a registration form.
As a participating artist in Beacon Open… Continue
Added by Beacon Open Studios on August 23, 2010 at 3:05pm —
I will be giving another writing workshop with craft lessons starting in Oct.
at the Beahive. Each class is two hours, and there will be five
classes all together. Limit 10 students.
For the first hour students will practice elements of craft, covering character and plot building, and the workings of dialogue, pacing, point of view, voice and revision. In Continue
the second hour there will be critique sessions where students present
works-in-progress, which will be…
Added by Julie Chibbaro on August 19, 2010 at 3:24pm —
After diagnosis, second opinion, x-rays, etc. and vet bills that amount to a mortgage payment, I received the heartbreaking news that my dog has a tumor attributed to bone cancer. The treatment choices are leg amputation and radiation or letting nature take it's course. Years ago I vowed to start making my own dog food after learning of the harmful cancer-causing chemicals in dog food, but never followed through. Does anybody have any insight, experiences, recipes, alternative remedies they… Continue
Added by Nancy Rosaler on August 18, 2010 at 9:12pm —
Longer Days & Shorter Nights on Denning’s Point…
Added by Jim Heron on August 18, 2010 at 7:00pm —
We are looking for someone to provide the regular cleaning, set-up, and maintenance for the activities of our church. Mainenance experience, ability to move heavy objects, and friendly demeanors all a plus. $10/hr for 10 hours per week. Some flexibility in schedule. Interviews are Saturday so respond ASAP.
Added by First Presbyterian Church on August 17, 2010 at 11:49am —
I will be giving a writing workshop with craft lessons starting in Sept. at the Howland Center. Each class is two hours, and there will be five classes all together.
For the first hour students will practice elements of craft, covering character and plot building, and the workings of dialogue, pacing, point of view, voice and revision. In the second hour there will be critique sessions where students present works-in-progress, which will be reviewed by the instructor and fellow… Continue
Added by Julie Chibbaro on August 16, 2010 at 2:02pm —
Registration for Beacon Open Studios will be closing on August 31. Artists, don't miss your chance to take part in this city-wide art event. Hundreds of visitors came out last year for self-guided tours of Beacon's private art spaces. Join the 50+ other Beacon artists who will be opening their workspaces to show off their talents on the last weekend in September.
Added by Beacon Open Studios on August 15, 2010 at 9:10pm —
Thanks to James Watkins for bringing this to our attention on another post.
Is the City of Beacon just going to let this guy go out of business? That's crazy. Does the major or somebody have the authority to not enforce the law until it is rewritten? Let the Mayor and City Council know you are all for legalized pinball playing!… Continue
Added by Andy Brown on August 7, 2010 at 3:29pm —
Does anyone know what the plans are for the open space at Long Dock Park between the parking lot and the railroad?
First all the grasses and shrubs were cut down, and this morning I notice that all the trees are being chopped down as well,
Added by XXX on August 5, 2010 at 8:31am —
We have 5 very exciting artist live/work lofts coming at the Roundhouse site in a reuse of an turn of the century factory building. You can check out details at www.theloftsatbeaconfalls.com
I am creating an interest list now so contact me if you want to be posted on the latest details.
Added by Charlotte Guernsey on August 4, 2010 at 5:03pm —
Michelle Caves, Blackbird Attic
442 Main Street, Beacon N.Y.
firstname.lastname@example.org, (845) 418 - 4840
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Boutique Hosts Vintage Inspired Art Show
Blackbird Attic, a consignment boutique in Beacon, N.Y., is hosting an art show featuring artist Julianna Swaney. The show, entitled Runaways, will open on Saturday, August 7 at 6 p.m. and will run until… Continue
Added by Michelle Caves on August 3, 2010 at 10:25am —