Beaconites are sending in their favorite views of Beacon! And what a perfect weekend for it (well... before any rain comes in!). As the City Council focuses on "viewsheds" - how and where they want to protect views as different projects are built - A Little Beacon Blog wants to know what your favorite views are, and why. See our article that has a few pictures from readers like you right now. Whether you're a resident or visitor - send us what catches your eye. Pictures can be of nature or of a building or of a combo. Details on how to submit are in this article.
CANCELED DUE TO RAIN
Egg Hunt & Spring Fling Day: Saturday, April 20, 2019 Time: 11 am to 2 pm Location: Memorial Park, Beacon, NY Information >
The Egg Hunt at Memorial Park, scheduled for Saturday, April 20, has been canceled. In keeping participant and volunteer safety and enjoyment our number one priority, Beacon Recreation has made the difficult decision to cancel this year’s event due to forecasted weather. With no scheduled rain date, it is their hope to raffle bicycles and goodies later this spring, at an event to be determined. Stay tuned. PS: To get future updates from Beacon Recreation, you can subscribe to their free newsletter here. Updates include events, classes, After School Program registration notices, and Summer Pool signup alerts.
Live Concert: Mighty Girl
Day: Saturday, April 20, 2019 Time: 8 pm Location: Howland Cultural Center, 477 Main St., Beacon, NY Information >
OPEN HOUSE: 19 Russell Avenue Day: Saturday, April 20, 2019 Time: Noon to 3 pm Location: 19 Russell Ave., Beacon, NY
This is new home is literally being built right now. Visit it in its current phase, and imagine what life could be like if it became your next home. Information > Sponsored Post - thank you, Nicki Meehan!
Broadway in Beacon - “The Bible According To Broadway”
Day: Sunday, April 21, 2019 Time: 4 pm Location: Howland Cultural Center, 477 Main St., Beacon, NY Information >
Not Quite Zero Waste
Day: Monday, April 22, 2019 Time: 1-2pm Location: Howland Public Library, 313 Main St., Beacon, NY Information >
Plan ahead and check out what's coming up this month in our Events Guide.
BOUTIQUES ON THE WEST END
Darryl's Women's Clothing Boutique
155 Main Street www.darrylsny.com
Spring is in! And the florals are fine at Darryl's boutique, near Bank Square. Spruce up your office outfits, or have something fresh and new for Sunday church or weekend events. You'll find matching purses, too!
183 Main Street www.luxeoptique.com
You will find all kinds of lighter styles inside Luxe Optique right now, including these Henau frames - they are 30% off! If you've been on the verge of stepping inside of Luxe but haven't yet, this is your time.
BOUTIQUES ON THE EAST END
Lambs Hill Bridal Boutique
1 East Main, Retail #3 www.lambshillbridalboutique.com (near the Dummy Light)
A WOW-worthy heart-shaped bodice from Justin Alexander. We love the detailed beadwork on this bodice, and the rhinestone-embellished skirt. You can find this gown at Lambs Hill Bridal Boutique.
Art & Zine Club Meetup Day: Friday, April 19, 2019 Time: 3:30 to 5 pm Location: Howland Public Library, 313 Main St., Beacon, NY Information >
Days: Saturdays, April 20 & 27, 2019 Ages: 5-13 Location: Memorial Field, 59 Robert Cahill Drive, Beacon, NY Information >
Check A Little Beacon Blog's Classes For Kids & Teens Guide to see what there is to do every day of the week. We collect ideas and organize them by day.
For a full list of upcoming classes, visit A Little Beacon Blog's Kids Classes Guide.
217 Main Street, Beacon, NY 12508
Oh wow... this high-ceiling apartment is not only beautiful with its hardwood floors, but it probably smells great, too, since it's above the Hudson Valley Marshmallow Company. Yum. From Gate House Realty: “Stunning 1,750-square-foot former ballroom loft for rent. Movable walls make this interchangeable space so unique. Newly renovated with full kitchen (with new Bosch appliances), high ceilings, hardwood floors throughout, one of a kind, separate entryway with tons of closet space and washer and dryer in unit. Great location right on Main Street - walk to restaurants, shops and cafes. One parking spot included. Available July 15.”
A Little Beacon Space :: Baking For Books :: Fundraiser for Pleasant Valley LIbrary
The Pleasant Valley Library lost most of their books to a fire at the end of 2018. The Beacon Teen Library Council wants to raise money to help the library get new books for their Battle of the Books team, as well as for the library itself. Battle of the Books, the annual kids/teen reading competition, starts this summer, and the students want their fellow competitors to be prepared. Mark your calendar for Sunday, May 19, for this Baking For Books fundraiser at A Little Beacon Space! Details >
Knot Too Shabby Website
Take a look at Knot Too Shabby's website! It's now so easy to sign up for their Workshops, which fill up fast! To help give them a strong branded start on their social media, Katie James, Inc. is designing for Knot Too Shabby a set of branded social media cards to use to announce hours, changes, etc. Take A Look >
Antalek & Moore :: Interview With Susan Pagones
Get to know your friendly neighborhood Antalek & Moore agent: Susan Pagones. She and the team at Antalek & Moore make insurance easier for you. They do the homework on policies and coverage, then you can go talk with them, face to face. Read our interview with Susan, and call them today to get them on your side: (845) 831-4300.
Tin Shingle Small Group Training
Did you know that you can get free marketing training every other Wednesday online with Tin Shingle? And if you're a member with an All Access Pass, you get to spend alternating Wednesdays on a live call to strategize your own marketing moves in social media, PR, your newsletters, and more. Learn More >
MASTHEAD Producers of this newsletter include:
Katie Hellmuth Martin, Publisher, Writer, Designer, Photographer
Marilyn Perez, Managing Editor
Catherine Sweet, Editor of the Second Saturday Guide
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