A Second Saturday Guide + Weekend Happenings in one email!
Happy Second Saturday!
Here's what you're getting in this here post: 1. A Little Beacon Blog's official and Second Saturday Art Goings On Guide. It's a descriptive list of special art and unusual happenings for the day. Our editor of this guide is Catherine Sweet - a former Beaconite who moved back to her hometown in California, but held on tight to her editorial position of the Second Saturday Guide as she follows all things Beacon from afar!
2. The Happening This Weekend list. Let the scheduling begin!
133 Main Street
Take a long look at this lovely one-of-a-kind handmade mug - because does anything sound better than morning coffee or tea outside on a sunny and brisk September morning? You'll see this one in reMADE's window. Unless we buy it first. Do you have a collection of mugs found at reMADE? Take pictures and show us on Instagram. Where is reMADE? Across from Tito Santana's, next to Bank Square Coffee.
Bellus on Main
181 Main Street
New fall apparel is here! This soft, cozy and versatile lightweight knit cardigan is designed and made in the U.S. It is wrinkle-free, so feel free to pack it in a bag! It is the perfect piece to layer and travel with. Available in black and grey. Where is Bellus? On Main Street, next door to Luxe Optique.
Luxe Optique 183 Main Street
The designer frames line "ic! berlin" (get it? ic="I See") produces high-end handcrafted eyewear out of extremely flexible and lightweight stainless steel. Their frames are indestructible, yet soft and adjustable. They offer a revolutionary interlocking hinge system, eliminating the frustration of losing or breaking screws. Try them on! Where is Luxe Optique? On Main Street, across Cliff Street from Beacon Bread Company.
484 Main Street
New dresses in shop! This one, by Black Swan, is perfect for a Saturday night out, a fall wedding or a holiday party. This velvet beauty is a classic midi length (fashion translation: dress that hits mid-calf) with a flattering V-neck and subtle pleats. Want a closer look? Stop in. Style Storehouse is allllllll the way around the curve towards the end of Main Street.
Where is Style Storehouse? Around the bend on Main Street's East End, on the way to what used to be The Hop.
Lambs Hill Bridal Boutique
1 East Main, Retail #3
The second floor of Lambs Hill Bridal Boutique is where the magic happens. It is a destination for private fittings, and offers plenty of sitting room for your most trusted posse. Walk-ins are always welcome, but it's better to call (845) 765-2900 and make an appointment. Who's bringing the champagne? Where Is Lambs Hill? Next to King + Curated!
King + Curated
1 East Main, Retail #2
Photographer Alicia King is the "King" in one of Beacon's newest concept boutiques, King + Curated. She is a sought-after wedding photographer and is now booking for 2018 festivities. Want to meet her? She is now in the shop on Mondays! Yes that's right, the boutique serves as a very cool shoppable store/showroom where you can meet with the photographer or jewelry designer, as well as find gifts. Where is King + Curated? Near the historic dummy light, just down from the old train tracks in the renovated factory.
Thank you to the following shops for sponsoring our Shopping Guide! reMADE, Bellus on Main, Luxe Optique, Lambs Hill, 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, and more.
River Therapeutic Massage 612 Route 52
(845) 379-1956 New Product: Eco-fin - The Eco-Friendly Paraffin Alternative
Enjoy a luxurious blend of shea butter, palm, soy, jojoba, and organic coconut oils, plus vitamin E and essential oils. They are gently warmed and applied by brush to your hands and/or feet. Heated mitts/booties are put on to add another level of *Spa* and aid in absorption. When removed, the remaining product is massaged into your skin, leaving it soft and supple. Book It Now >
Thank you River Therapeutic Massage for sponsoring the Beauty Guide!
Visit our Beauty Guide for a complete list of beauty sources in Beacon, including hair, nails, barbers, and even lashes.
446 Main Street
The classic Dark & Stormy is the perfect cocktail for September's warmer days and cooling nights. Made at The Vault with dark rum, ginger ale, ginger syrup, lime and mint.
Where is The Vault? Near Beacon Bath & Bubble, and across Main Street from the Howland Cultural Center.
BeaconArts: Live Music
BeaconArts + Beacon Music Factory present "Second Saturday Live at the Visitors Center" - free live music every Second Saturday, through October. Sponsored by Rhinebeck Bank. Enjoy the sounds from 5 to 7 pm.
Defensive Driving Class
Join Susan Pagones as she guides you through a Defensive Driving class. You want to lower your auto insurance rates, right? Taking this class is one way to do it. And it will make you safer. A win-win. Date: Saturday, October 14, 2017 Time: 8:30 am to 3 pm Location: The Antalek & Moore Office, 340 Main St., Beacon, NY RSVP: Register with Thomasine Supple, (845) 831-4300 or email@example.com
Tickets:Reserve your seat now because tickets are selling fast. General ticket price for Beacon businesses is $30, and $10 if you are affiliated with BeaconArts, BEAHIVE, Tin Shingle, or are an advertiser with A Little Beacon Blog. Pro Business Tip: One of the most effective (and free) ways of marketing on Facebook right now is use of their Event Page creation feature. Creating an Event on Facebook triggers Facebook to create lots of free marketing on your behalf. This Pro Business Tip brought to you by our sponsor, Tin Shingle, a training platform for businesses getting the word out about their business. You'll learn about this tip and more when you attend the Summit.
Do you want to know the ins and outs of how to get the media to write about your business? Or the best ways to use Instagram and other social media? Do you need courage to talk loud and proud about your business? Tin Shingle has got your back. Sign up for their free newsletter to get weekly doses of courage, free training webinars, and helpful tips.
InHouse Design Media's Private Training
Are you reading and reading about ways to do social media for your business, but aren't sure if you're doing it right? Book a Private Training session with Katie from InHouse Design Media. She can come to your place of business (if in Beacon), get a feel for your shop, and give you ideas and feedback on the spot.
Car Show Sponsorships Available
Beacon's Chamber of Commerce is taking sponsors for the famous Car Show happening this October. The event continues to grow every year. Get in front of the attendees and show your support. Email organizer Carl Oken if interested, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Little Beacon Space
291 Main Street
Just steps away from a chocolate crepe and Turkish coffee at the nearby shop Royal Crepes, A Little Beacon Space is conveniently located in the heart of downtown Beacon. Not in the mood for crepes? (That's never the case for us, but we hear it happens to some people.) There are plenty of other food options nearby to keep you and your guests going. The space is available as an hourly rental for meetings that involve no setup and have up to five people attending.
We know what you're thinking... "I want my business featured here!"
Pictures shown above are from our advertising partners in the Things To Do In Beacon Guides. We can include your most exciting news here too!
Support for this publication comes in part from these businesses. We have highlighted what makes them special on their own dedicated pages. Want your business listed here? See the "Sponsor Spotlight" or "Event Promotion" option in our Advertising Page.