After School Writing Workshops to Begin January 3, 2010
Creative Writing, School/Content Area Writing, Peer… Continue
Added by Susan Ruckdeschel on October 28, 2010 at 12:13pm —
Added by Susan Ruckdeschel on October 28, 2010 at 12:04pm —
Greetings Beacon Citizen Network,
I am contacting you because I am doing an art project and need LOTS of newspaper!
If you are getting rid of newspaper that isn't wet, mildewy/decaying then give it to me and I'll turn it into art!
You can contact me at Black.Sloan@gmail.com so we can make arrangements to get your newspaper!
I thank you in advance for being so environmentally minded and artistically supportive!
Added by Rae Leiner on October 26, 2010 at 7:22pm —
Added by Mara Farrell on October 26, 2010 at 8:00am —
On Saturday, November 6th, Common Ground Farm will hold its Harvest Auction at the St. Luke’s Parish Hall here in Beacon. For our members, it’s a chance to come together and celebrate the end of another great season. But even if you’re not a member, we hope you’ll come and join us
because we have over 60 prizes up for auction, donated by the people and
businesses that make Beacon great.
Some of the prizes… Continue
Added by brianpjcronin on October 24, 2010 at 10:28pm —
I erroneously often think that I can just leave my bike on the street unlocked whilst I run a quick errand. Foolish? Probably. My partner had his bike stolen yesterday from behind Jellyfish. He didn't lock it up as it was in a rather hidden spot. Someone, however, apparently found it, saw that it was unlocked and off it went. So a word of caution, as much as I would love to trust our good Beacon townsfolk, there are some, probably kids, who can't resist an easy target like an unlocked bike.
Added by Randall Okey on October 24, 2010 at 7:28pm —
How Horace Lost His Ears
A contemporary Hudson Valley Ghost Story in the spirit of Washington Irving set in Beacon, New York
Copyright © 2009, by Ben Royce, firstname.lastname@example.org
Based on the Japanese fable “Hōichi the… Continue
Added by Ben Royce on October 24, 2010 at 6:24pm —
Added by Andy Brown on October 23, 2010 at 12:03pm —
Local design and VFX studio, General Idea, is looking for an artist with killer Photoshop skills, attention to detail and a great eye for design. We are putting together a print campaign to accompany a series of motion spots. We are looking for artists with experience in photorealistic print work and photo retouching.
Contact Cary Janks directly at email@example.com
Added by Cary Janks on October 23, 2010 at 11:04am —
Just curious......Has anyone here seen the Poughkeepsie Journal article today on the tax error and over payment costing residents $2 million?
Added by john fasulo on October 22, 2010 at 2:33pm —
Do you sleep naked? walk around naked or partially dressed? ..and why not, its your home..
You have every right to and you should not be embarrassed about it. But why are no many people bashful about their nudity. Why is it assumed to be
an improper thing. We are born naked.
Lets take a poll, please participate. this is a Judgment FREE zone. Do you enjoy being naked at home? …
Added by Bruno Marino on October 22, 2010 at 12:46pm —
There was a knock on my door yesterday morning and a stranger with my wallet. It must have dropped out of my coat pocket when I got out of the truck. He left without taking a reward. He refused. All my money and cards were there.
Thank you good citizen. Please let me reward you.
Added by Sam Downey on October 22, 2010 at 10:23am —
I have a two bedroom, two bath home for rent. Surrounded by 6 wooded acres, the setting is pristine, private, quiet. Open plan dining-living room, loft-like master bedroom with skylights. House is surrounded by decks on three sides. There is an additional deck at the pool. Located 45 miles north of Beacon in Gallatin township of Columbia County, the home is close to Bard College, Rheinbeck, Red Hook and Pine Plains; there is easy access from the Taconic Parkway. Tenant pays utilities. Pets… Continue
Added by Joan Martorano on October 22, 2010 at 10:19am —
After trying to purchase tickets online last night, but being unable to find the link on the Beacon Chamber Of Commerce website (beaconny.org), I remembered that Beacon Bagel had a flyer in the window saying that they were selling tickets too. So I went over there after work, and the flyer wasn't there anymore! I feared what I thought was the worst, that they had all sold out. Instead I was told even worse news...that this event had been flat-out cancelled due to "lack of interest". This news… Continue
Added by Claude Willis on October 21, 2010 at 5:24pm —
If you've ever been inspired by astronauts, black holes and zero gravity, you're in luck! Etsy is partnering with NASA to host an…
Added by barbara capalbo on October 20, 2010 at 3:39pm —
Gourmetibles has just introduced the first of a line of Gluten Free products.
Currently available are: Gluten Free Peanut Butter Pretzel and Gluten Free Way Out Walnut. We'll soon be making our other flavors available in Gluten Free versions as well!! Stop in and try a… Continue
Added by Regina Furphy on October 19, 2010 at 1:27pm —
We're moving the shop this winter and to make the move a bit easier we need to get rid of all of our leftover 2010 bikes! Thats right Beacon Cycles in expanding to a slightly larger space right next… Continue
Added by Tom Church on October 18, 2010 at 9:09pm —
Below are images are of Fishkill creek, just upstream of the dam at the… Continue
Added by Thomas Wright on October 18, 2010 at 11:35am —
Join Anna West on Thursday, October 21st, at 7pm, for tips on how to Continue
prepare your yard, garden and compost for winter. Fall is also the
time to start planning for next year's garden. Anna is an experienced
gardener who will explain how to save money, limit your garbage output
and decrease your yard work. The workshop will be held at the School
of Jellyfish at 183 Main Street in Beacon. This event is free and open
Added by Birdy on October 17, 2010 at 2:30pm —
The music teacher at South Avenue School is looking for an alto saxophone to use in her class. If anyone has one to donate or lend, please contact me at 917 447 6562. Thanks!! Meredith Heuer
Added by meredith Heuer on October 15, 2010 at 4:14pm —