Happening This Weekend in Beacon and Beyond - 8/25/2017

Weekend events featured here are drawn from A Little Beacon Blog's Things To Do In Beacon Guides , but more happenings throughout the week are listed at the Guides themselves, so be sure to check them during the week!

Sponsored by Antalek & Moore for car insurance.
Dutchess County Fair
Day: Tuesday to Sunday, August 22-27, 2017
Time: 10 am to 10 pm
Location: Dutchess County Fairgrounds, 6550 Springbrook Ave./Route 9, Rhinebeck, NY
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Celebrate the Woody!
Day: Saturday, August 26, 2017
Time: Noon
Location: Beacon Sloop Club, 2 Red Flynn Drive, Beacon, NY
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Howland Chamber Music's Pop-Up Concert - A Summer Celebration
Day: Saturday, August 26, 2017
Time: 4 pm
Location: Scenic Hudson's River Center at Long Dock Park, 8 Long Dock Road, Beacon, NY
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Lecture: 1950s and Nostalgia, In Search of Greatness in the “Golden Age”
Day: Saturday, August 26, 2017
Time: 7 pm
Location: Atlas Studios, 11 Spring St., Newburgh, NY
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See more upcoming events for the week in our Events Guide.

Plein Air Painting Group
Day: Saturday, August 26, 2017
Time: 9:30 am to 12:30 pm
Location: Garrison Art Center, 23 Garrison's Landing, Garrison, NY
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Ballet Arts Studio
Registration Open for Adult & Kid Classes

Classes for adults and kids start on Monday, September 11. Their Schedule of Classes has been posted, so check out which days work for you! Can we get a high kick for this fresh new season?
To Register: Call (845) 831-1870 or email info@balletartsstudio.com
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Where is Ballet Arts Studio? On the corner of Henry and Teller, opposite the back of the Yankee Clipper Diner.

Thank you Ballet Arts Studio for sponsoring our Adult Classes Guide!

For a full list of upcoming classes, visit our Adult Classes Guide.

For a full list of upcoming classes, visit our Kids Classes Guide.

133 Main Street

The Featured Artist of the Month at reMADE is Susan Sylvester DiGilio. Beautiful work is on display, and as you can see, purchasing more than one piece would make for a great pairing on your wall.
Where is reMADE? Across from Tito Santana's, next to Bank Square Coffee.

Bellus on Main
181 Main Street

You could buy just one of these bracelets from Bellus on Main, but when worn together, they make such a nice bangle jingle. Jazz up your arm game with these simple adornments, and you have just effortlessly upgraded your look, putting a lift in your step.
Where is Bellus? Next door to Luxe Optique, up Main Street from Notions-n-Potions.

Luxe Optique
183 Main Street
Guess what...
Luxe Optique just released their own line of glasses! We know! It's kind of a huge deal when a store gets to design their own label. There are three styles and each is named after a street in Beacon: The Willow, The Cliff + Main, and The Beaclyn. $199 for frame and single-vision lenses. $399 for frame and progressive lenses. Both prices include anti-glare and UV protection, and a one-year scratch warranty.
Where is Luxe Optique? Across Cliff Street from Beacon Bread Company, and across Main Street from Beacon Barkery.

Style Storehouse
484 Main Street

Need a greeting card? Style Storehouse has a snappy collection, with beautiful fonts that can pack a punch. While you're there, check out the sunglasses, on sale for half-off. That's right, now you can pick up a pair for $25.

Where is Style Storehouse? Near Waddle Swaddle, and across Main Street from the old Matteawan Train Station.

King and Curated
1 East Main Street, Retail #2

Welcome to the Shopping Guide, King and Curated! This new shop, located on the far east end of Beacon's Main Street, is the blended concept store of two Fashion Institute of Technology artists: jewelry designer Lauren Decker and wedding photographer Alicia King. Look for Lauren's fine line "Duende" carried in the store, and her Turquoise and Diamond collection of earrings, necklaces, and rings. On the walls, look for Alicia's body of artistic photography, where she has captured the beauty found in the old ruins at Madam Brett Park in Beacon, NY. Meet with either Lauren or Alicia for your wedding jewelry or photography needs in the lounge located right in the store.

Where is King and Curated? Near the dummy light at Main and East Main, just down from the old train tracks in the renovated factory that used to display the Electric Windows, across the street from the Roundhouse.

Thank you to the following shops for sponsoring our Shopping Guide! reMADE, Bellus on Main, Luxe Optique, Lambs Hill, King and Curated, and Style Storehouse.

Visit the Shopping Guide for a full list of shopping destinations up and down Main Street. Includes stores for Vintage, Kitchen, Kids Goodies, and more.

River Therapeutic Massage
612 Route 52
Beacon, NY
(845) 379-1956

RTM’s Short Sessions - Hand and/or Foot Massages
Have you checked out River Therapeutic’s Short Sessions? If you work with your hands, be it keyboarding, woodworking, knitting, or anything in between, treat your hands to an amazing hand massage that softens and soothes. Or, focus on your heels and toes. Your choice, one or both!
Learn More >
Where is River Therapeutic Massage?
Sharing space with Karen's Place Salon, right next door to Bright Smiles of Beacon on Route 52.

Thank you River Therapeutic Massage for sponsoring the Beauty Guide!

Visit our Beauty Guide for a complete list of beauty sources in Beacon, including barbers and pros for hair, nails, and even lashes.

The Vault
446 Main Street

Those amazing cocktails you've been seeing in The Vault's social media lately? The mixers of such concoctions are pictured here. Meet The Bartenders of The Vault: Kelsey, Denise, Jessica and Liz. Stop in and say hi!
Where is The Vault? Near Beacon Bath & Bubble, and across Main Street from the Howland Cultural Center.

Visit our Restaurant Guide for a complete list of eateries in Beacon.

Thank you to The Vault and to BAJA for sponsoring the Restaurant Guide!

InHouse Design Media

Running your own social media for your business is important, as it captures your voice, your vibe, and your passion for your business. Showing this energy is important. But what do your photos look like? How are you translating your vision? InHouse Design Media can be hired to take some of these photos for you, to glam up your social streams by adding to the moment-capturing photos you are taking yourself. See some of the photos we have taken for The Vault to get their readers hooked on their new team and menus.
Interested? Contact Us >

Antalek & Moore Insurance Agency

Defensive Driving Class
Do you want to lower your car insurance bill? Taking a Defensive Driving course can help with that. Susan Pagones is leading one on Saturday, September 9, 2017, so mark your calendar and bring your notebook.
RSVP: Register with Thomasine Supple, (845) 831-4300 or tsupple@antalek-moore.com.

Main Street Summit
Thank You, Highlands Current!
The Highlands Current, the local newspaper that covers local politics and goings-on in Beacon and Cold Spring, has just signed on as a Media Sponsor for the Main Street Summit. We are thrilled to have them on board, and appreciate their coverage of Beacon!
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In alignment with its mission to preserve, nurture, and promote the cultural vibrancy that has become Beacon's trademark, the nonprofit organization BeaconArts has absorbed the formerly independently produced event, Windows on Main Street (WOMS) and is producing it themselves for 2017. This year, 36 businesses signed on to showcase 40 artists this fall. The citywide exhibition runs from September 22 to November 12, 2017, in storefront windows. You can’t miss it!

A Little Beacon Space
291 Main Street

A Little Beacon Blog Space is thrilled to be a participating business in Windows on Main Street 2017! Pictured here is Chris Sanders, the artist behind the book series Treasures of The Hudson Highlands. She is measuring our windows for her installation!

Click here for the schedule of upcoming happenings at The Space.

Tin Shingle

Last week, Tin Shingle's owner (and publisher of A Little Beacon Blog) Katie presented a seminar on Digital Marketing for Small Business to a packed house of SCORE attendees at the East Fishkill Library. It was a party! And you can be in on it too: Tin Shingle has secretly opened up this Training TuneUp webinar for you to stream for free, all weekend long.
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Beacon Chamber of Commerce
Members of the Beacon Chamber of Commerce are eligible to be featured as a Member Spotlight in the Chamber's social media. To submit yourself for consideration, fill out their Contact Us form and let them know why your business shines!
We know what you're thinking: "I want my business featured here!"
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Until next week!