Looking for a few "wild minds" to meet regularly for writing practice as taught by Natalie Goldberg.
Added by Nadine Revheim on August 30, 2012 at 8:54pm — No Comments
Beacon Flea Market opens the Fall season on Sunday 9/2 at 8am. Come and join us - vend or buy! Lots of great vendors, tons of STUFF - a true Flea! Discounts for Beacon residents who wish to vend.
8am - 3pm, just off Main Street behind the PO, at South Chestnut and Henry Street.
Added by Emma Dewing on August 29, 2012 at 1:00pm — No Comments
Has anyone else experienced water issues, such as losing water pressure or water service entirely? If so, please contact me - firstname.lastname@example.org. Particularly if you've had to pay to have your water restored.
Today The NYCBeekeeping.org group has donated a complete established beehive to the Sargent ~Downing Gardens Educational Center in the University Settlement Camp Park.They are also coming to our 2nd Annual Roast and Music Festival Fundraiser on Oct 13th to do a Free Bee Keeping Seminar for the Sargent~Downing Gardens Community.
It is now 6:39 and I am waiting for dark to fall so I can close up the hive and drive it home to Beacon in my van. That sounds like an adventure for a newbie…Continue
Added by Richie Cabo on August 28, 2012 at 6:30pm — No Comments
The Roundhouse at Beacon Falls is pleased to announce the September opening of their new yoga program, Yoga at The Roundhouse. Free classes will be offered during the program’s Opening Week, which runs September 13-15. The regular class schedule will begin on September 17. All classes will be held in the main Roundhouse building, which is located at 2 East Main Street in Beacon and features sweeping views of Mt. Beacon and Beacon Falls. Led by Director Phoebe Kelly and renowned teachers…Continue
Added by phoebe kelly on August 27, 2012 at 12:00pm — No Comments
Thom Joyce, Margery Groton, and Susan Batton will be honored at the 1 November BeaconArts Awards.
For more information, visit Beacon Streets.
Added by Stowe Boyd on August 24, 2012 at 11:40am — No Comments
The Daily Plant News of The Parks & Recreation featured a story about the Craig House Mansion's Cucumber Magnolia which was planted Sunday August 19th Check out the article at: http://www.nycgovparks.org/news/daily-plant?id=22738
Added by Richie Cabo on August 23, 2012 at 2:30pm — No Comments
Richie Cabo NYC Dept. of Parks Director of The Citywide Organic Nursery
& David Schuyler Proffessor of American History / Author at Franklyn Marshall College in Lancaster PA.
Author David Schuyler has a Cucumber Magnolia Tree planted in honor of his new book "The Sanctified Landscape" at Downing Park in Newburgh.The tree is from a seed propagated from the mother original tree planted by Henry Winthrop Sargent at the Tioronda…Continue
It may seem absurd to ask on an internet forum!
But the connectivity problems only seems to affect certain sites, and beaconcitizen.com is not affected.
The only news I could find on the issue is, of course, one of the sites that are not coming up. It is working on my cellphone, it only mentions Connecticut and Westchester:…Continue
Thanks again and the performers were!!!!!!
Added by russell St.George on August 17, 2012 at 5:46pm — No Comments
We've gotten approval from the City Council on the Main Street Sharrows Initiative, and BACA will be supporting our grant activities as fiscal sponsor. For more details (and map) visit Beacon Streets: Advocating A Walkable Beacon, here: http://tmblr.co/ZanPFyR8bcD_
Be sure to join the mailing list to get regular email updates, here: http://edglings.wufoo.com/forms/z7x3z9/
Added by Stowe Boyd on August 11, 2012 at 9:28am — No Comments
We urge you to enjoy the Corn Festival in Beacon by the dock this Sunday! There will be no program at the Sargent and Downing Gardens Educational Center this Sunday, as we will be supporting and enjoying the Corn Festival festivities also.However if you would like afterwards to visit our gardens you can see the corn and all the other beautiful plants growing in our spiral garden. Thank you and have a wonderful weekend.
The Bees have been approved by the Beacon City…
Added by Richie Cabo on August 10, 2012 at 11:30am — No Comments
The SD Gardens Education Center will be receiving a beehive from the NYCBeekeepers.org they are donating a beehive to SDGardens.They have been holding one for Sargent~Downing Gardens and have just been awaiting the approval by the Beacon Recreation Dept. and the Beacon City Council. The City Council was in agreement that it would be a nice educational component of the Sargent~Downing Gardens and Nursery.There are also several; local beekeepers which are excited and have offered to helps us…Continue
Added by Richie Cabo on August 9, 2012 at 12:04am — No Comments
I know we already have some small manufacturers like those discussed in the article, but with much lower rents for both the businesses and workers, it seems that Beacon could attract many…Continue
Save the Date Sat. Oct. 13th 12-6 P.M. 2ND. Annual Roast & Music Festival
Beef,Pork & Veggie Roasts,Beer & Beverages included,Live Music,Country Music D.J. Cactus Pete
Sargent~Downing Gardens "Raise The Fence Fundraiser" Family Fun & Children's Games & Fun
We have had a wonderful second year.Last year we raised the roof and opened the Educational Center.
Thank you to all our supporters and volunteers. Come party with us and let's make it…Continue
Added by Richie Cabo on August 4, 2012 at 10:44pm — No Comments
I didn't know this:
The restaurant opened quietly, and runs Wednesdays through Sundays, with a fairly high-end and creative cuisine from chef Brandon Collins.…
We need your support: Bikeable Beacon and Scenic Hudson has been advocating that the city of Beacon put sharrows on Main Street (and other thoroughfares of the city) for some time. Sharrow is short for 'shared lane bicycle marking', and painting them on Main Street would make clear the current regulations for bikes, which is a/ no bikes on the sidewalks, and b/ bikes and cars share the pavement. This is not an intitiative to change any traffic laws, or to create designated bike lanes:…Continue
Added by The Beacon Theatre on August 1, 2012 at 11:39am — No Comments