Beacon, NY- September 30, 2011- Local coffee roaster committed to the revitalization of the Caribbean coffee industry.
Late last week, Greg Flaherty owner of the Tas Kafé in Beacon, returned from Jamaica having solidified relationships with suppliers.
After taking a tour of JSP’s Blue Baron farm located in the Blue Mountains, discussions underwent regarding the challenge of finding organic solutions to insect and tree diseases facing this seasons…Continue
Added by Greg Flaherty on September 30, 2011 at 12:31pm — No Comments
NY Magazine has a story on Newburgh which should discourage anyone from crossing the river. The good thing is the article states it is nothing like its Bohemian neighbor, Beacon.
The Hudson Valley Green received a water quality alert today from Riverkeeper. A citizen reported sewage discharge into the Harbor on September 17 and Riverkeeper confirmed dangerous levels of raw sewage.…Continue
This past May, the Sargent-Downing Gardens and Nursery was planted at the Settlement Camp! Thank you to everyone in the community who came out and those who have been helping since the start. Together, we've managed to start a great community garden with excellent results. Trees, vegetables and herbs are growing, and trees have been donated to the city. Ten trees will be planted around Beacon over the next few weeks, thanks to 10 sponsors in the community who have purchased the trees.…Continue
Added by Sarah Womer on September 28, 2011 at 12:00am — No Comments
Now is the time for all dedicated swimmers and anybody who wants to keep fit for very little money to listen up! ... There is nothing better than getting in the water and swimming … your body will love you for it… You will give it a rest from gravity’s downward drag. You can move your arms and legs and feel the water’s wonderful buoyancy sweep you off your feet. But wait there is more; if you are a swimmer you could save your life or somebody else’s life. So come on people let’s do it. JOIN…Continue
Beacon deserves better (Not to be confused with Thomas Cunningham's Group BDB)
What is going on around the city? Just before the election it looks like the “good ole boys” are trying to get back in? First the Democratic signs are vandalized, then all that talk about,”I can make that happen. What ever your issue, you have a friend who can take care of you.” Really! Let’s think! There are two signs, one Democratic and the other Republican, the Democratic one gets vandalized…Continue
Open Studios is on! Come out this weekend to check out what your friends and neighbors and local artists are have been up to all year. PIck up a map at Hudson Beach Glass or RiverWinds Gallery on Main St. …Continue
Added by Beacon Open Studios on September 24, 2011 at 8:56am — No Comments
Beacon Flea Market is closed this Sunday due to Spirit of Beacon Day. We will re-open October 2nd and run every fair weather Sunday until October 30th.
We are accepting reservations for vendor spaces, and are posting photos of vendor items that will be for sale at the next Flea at http:beaconflea.blogspot.com. If you wish to vend please call 8456562581 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
See you soon!
Added by Emma Dewing on September 22, 2011 at 7:44am — No Comments
Join us for wine & cheese and A family talk about the book!
|Event Type: Wine & Cheese Beacon's Book Release Talk
Start Time: 1:00 PM
End Time: 2:00 PM
Added by Richie Cabo on September 21, 2011 at 11:30pm — No Comments
Hey! The latest contest is up on A Little Beacon Blog, and this week's prize is a single, hand-grown rose from Seed to Fruit. Submit your entry! First one to guess correctly wins.
Added by Katie HM on September 20, 2011 at 9:55am — No Comments
We have more vendors than ever signed up for this Sunday - we will be full! Don't miss this huge Flea market in the heart of Beacon! Furniture, glassware, toys, antiques, vinyl, books - regular vendors and new are selling a huge variety of items so there really is something for everyone! Grab coffee on Main St and come find your treasure!
Beacon Flea Market is located at 6 Henry Street between Henry and South Chestnut Streets, just off Main. 8am till 3pm. See you…Continue
Added by Emma Dewing on September 17, 2011 at 11:10am — No Comments
Yes that is right. We need your help with Electric Projected . As most of you already know the original massive outdoor projection event was scheduled for August 6th 2011. Unfortunately we got blindsided by a freak storm and we had to cancel the event. Since we were already set up and ready to go, we still had to pay for all the rented equiptment and we lost all the money we raised. (over…Continue
I just read this article in the NYT about an infestation at West Point:
With this quote:
Joe Martens, the conservation department’s commissioner, said New York was now on the front line of the battle against the emerald ash borer. The state was trying to hold the line at the Hudson River, because “if it hops…
Added by Beacon Open Studios on September 15, 2011 at 10:36pm — No Comments
Added by Todd C. Poteet on September 14, 2011 at 1:20pm — No Comments
This is the best 911 Survivor Tree interview because they got it!
Added by Richie Cabo on September 13, 2011 at 11:00pm — No Comments
What a treat - eek! no pun intended ;)
Sugar-designers are coming to Beacon Sept 16 and 17 (as you know....the Event is posted here at BeaconCitizen). Take your pick of browsing the cupcake designs, vendors, demonstrations, or taking a class. Should be fun! It's at the First Presbyterian Church of Beacon NY on Liberty, and all profits go to benefit that church. The minister man Ben is a friend, so I'm going to show my support! He's a cool dude.
Added by Katie HM on September 13, 2011 at 10:56pm — No Comments