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291 Main Street - Telephone Building
291 Main Street

Gilded Twig / 291 Main

Home to innovative businesses: BEAHIVE, Nixie Sparrow, Mara Farrell Concepts, Gilded Twig – in Beacon’s first “Telephone Building.”

AEA logoDotsAEA Consulting

845.765.2600   Contact Us

AEA Consulting is a leading international arts, culture and entertainment consulting firm, providing sound strategy and planning advice to clients worldwide since 1991.

AaronNYL face 4by5Aaron Verdile – Prudential

291 Main St, Suite A  (The Telephone Building)
914.503.6227  Website

Financial Advisor – Greater Metro Financial Group

A Little Beacon BlogA Little Beacon Blog

291 Main St. (The Telephone Building)

A Little Beacon Blog is an online magazine and happy place for Beacon, NY. We stop to enjoy the details. Proud media sponsor of BeaconArts.

antalec-and-moore-insuranceAntalek & Moore

340 Main St.

The Antalek & Moore Insurance Agency, LLC traces its roots to 1853 in the Southern Dutchess community. We protect what matters most in your life.

Atelier Room 205 logoAtelier Room 205

211 Fishkill Avenue, Room 205


Atelier Room 205 is founded on the principles of classical painting and drawing skills, the foundations of any successful work of art. The studio was a classroom; Professional artists from all over visit to teach workshops, and talks. We show art films, and hold a Painters’ Salon once a month. We are a place meet your fellow artists! It’s a good feeling to develop your skills, and learn more about the masters you admire.

 Art TalkARTtalk Local ©

75 Liberty St.

contact: Robert Paschal,

Published in Beacon since 1990, ARTtalk© is now ARTtalk Local©.  This is a free monthly newsletter for those persons interested in visual art.  In addition to information on art-related techniques, materials or history, art opportunities, news and events, it is a guide to galleries, restaurants, shops, services and more in the Mid-Hudson area.  Find ARTtalk Local© in print at libraries, galleries, arts/ cultural centers/museums, markets, restaurants and additional participating businesses/services and read it online at View the Monthly Newsletter here (PDF)

beaconartstudios03Beacon Art Studios

211 Fishkill Avenue, Studio 110   845.728.2542

Beacon Art Studios is dedicated to the art of creative sewing and puppet making. We design and create puppets, mascots and costumes, while offering workshops to children and adults.

Business Member Spotlight: Beacon Art Studios

Beacon Fine Art Printing

71 Maple St.  914.522.4736

At Beacon Fine Art Printing, we provide top-quality pigment printing services with great care and attention to ensure the highest quality reproductions. We work with artists, photographers, serious amateurs and anyone who wants their images to be reproduced while retaining the highest integrity of the artwork. Work can be reproduced up to 44” wide and any length. We offer a 15% discount for new customers.

bp_logoBeacon Pilates

181 Main St.  845.831.0360 contact: Juliet Harvey
A classical Pilates studio. Offering Reformer, Tower and Mat classes. All new clients begin with an Intro offer before moving into the small group classes. We also have a 2nd location at Allsport in Fishkill.  5% discount for BeaconArts members.

The Woody Guthrie sloopThe Beacon Sloop Club

Red Flynn Drive (Riverside of Beacon Metro North Station parking lot, next to Ferry Dock)

The Beacon Sloop Club, Inc. is an all-volunteer environmental and sailing non-profit dedicated to cleaning up the Hudson River. The club maintains a wooden replica of a Hudson River Ferry Sloop called the Woody Guthrie. Launched in 1978, her purpose is to promote the beauty and wonder of the Hudson River by offering free sails to the public, provided by volunteer crews. The sloop club also upholds infrastructure of the Beacon Harbor, including moorings and docks. The Woody Guthrie is currently going through a major restoration, a project for which the club is still raising funds. We hold three festivals a year for fundraising and community outreach: the Strawberry Festival in June, Corn Festival in August and the Pumpkin Festival in October. Additionally the Sloop Club holds a monthly environmental lecture series from January through May of each year, at least one annual riverfront cleanup, a holiday sing, fundraisers for the Beacon Food Pantry, the sloop Woody Guthrie, work parties for Woody and Harbor maintenance, and other activities.

Monthly meetings are held on the first Friday of every month and include a pot luck dinner and circle of song. The pot dinner starts at 6:30pm followed by the meeting at 7:30 and a circle of song at 9. The building is unique as it has a tree growing through the roof and a custom designed marine mosaic. All are welcome.

To contact the Beacon Sloop Club, visit

beahive-logo-placeholderBEAHIVE/Antidote Collective

291 Main St. 845.418.3731
contact: Scott Tillitt

Collaborative space for work and community.

Business Member Spotlight: BEAHIVE

berck-counselingBerck Counseling Center

@ The Stone House

1111 Route 9, 1st Floor, Garrison, New York 10524

WELCOME, ALL Whether you are new to therapy or a seasoned veteran, the Berck Counseling Center’s psychotherapy and counseling services are tailored to meet every individual, couple or family’s needs and goals. The most important aspect of Dr. Susan Berck’s approach is her respect for each and every individual. She works to understand your challenges, goals and hopes for the future. Working upon your strengths she will help you overcome your old patterns and those areas where you get stuck.

We are located in a historic stone house, replete with comfortable furnishings and relaxing decor, creating a warm and inviting environment for introspection, healing and change. The bucolic setting preserves privacy while offering easy access from Westchester and Dutchess counties. Major insurance plans accepted. The Berck Counseling Center is pet-friendly – treats are provided upon request!

2014-main-header5Beyond the Lens Photography Workshops

Photography workshops by renowned Hudson Valley landscape photographer Robert Rodriguez Jr – exploring the art and craft of outdoor photography, Adobe Lightroom, Fine Art Printing, webinars, field workshops in the Hudson Valley, Adirondacks, and Maine.

The BlusheryThe Blushery

528 Main St. 845.765.2223

The Blushery is your go-to destination for all your beauty needs. It is a boutique-style beauty bar that offers a walk-in brow bar, as well as a wide array of skincare, makeup, and waxing services at affordable prices. The boutique consists of a variety of natural, organic, mineral, and gluten free makeup and skincare products. The staff consists of NYS licensed estheticians and professionally trained makeup artists. It is located on the revitalized East End of Main Street in Beacon, NY.

Center for Creative Education

464 Main St. 845.338.7664

CCE is a non profit community center who’s mission is to enrich the social and cultural awareness of our youth and community through arts, wellness and education.

Featuring gallery space and weekly DXF classes.  Watch 2016 Year End message with Executive Director, Bryant “Drew” Andrews ~

DGD logo and imageDenise Gianna Designs

494 Main St. 845.216.4196

Beacon’s Only Interior Design Studio:Shop. Featuring distinctive, uncommonly up-cycled early to mid century furniture, recycled home goods; vintage furniture & accessories by Jenn Casamassima & River Valley Keepsakes, home fabrics, furniture paint & supplies. Residential & commercial interior design, redecoration & staging services, custom wall finishes, custom/semi-custom draperies, etc. by our in-house seamstress, upholstery & more available by chance or appointment.

M-Th 9-3, F, Sa & Su 12-7 or later on second-Saturdays.

eo_logo_simpleEileen O’Hare, Current Shamanism

11 North Cedar St.    914.456.7789

Shamanic/Spiritual Healing and teaching. “Reveal it. Feel it. Heal it.” Soul Retrieval, Power Retrieval, Entity Extraction, Clearing, balancing and harmonizing energy of people and places for health and well being. Shamanic Journeying: Tracking the past for ‘stuck energy’ that prevents forward movement and wholeness. Liberating negative core beliefs that block progress. Spiritual teaching, inspiration and guidance around all life events and issues. Individual, couples, children and companies.

“…Like a treatment from a cosmic chiropractor…” Johnny H. Chef
“…a transformational experience…” Penny W. Teacher
“…amazing guidance…” Molly H. Artist
“…AWESOME teacher…” Amy T. Grant Writer

Gate House Realty

492 Main St. 845-831-9550

new-logo-smallGrey Printing

37 Chestnut St.
Cold Spring, New York 10516


Full service printing and mailings. We can design it for you, print it for you and even mail it for you at the lowest bulk rate pricing. We specialize in very quick turn-around full color printing. posters, postcards, stationery, invitations and more.
Serving the Hudson Valley since 1995

Mon-Fri 8am-6pm

Business Member Spotlight: Grey Printing


60 W. Center St, Studio 1  914.227.5027

Heart-crafted support, relaxation and celebration just for YOU.

Rev. Angelique B. Devlin, LMT is a connections specialist facilitating:

  • the body, mind, spirit connection through therapeutic massage & energy work
  • meaningful connections between mother/father, mother/baby & mother/medical providers through childbirth education workshops & birth doula work
  • mindful connections between husbands/wives, partners, parents/children & within communities during weddings, baby blessings, rites of passage & other ceremonial work.

AKA Terra Firma Massage

By appointment: 914.227.5027


Rick Price Howland Library MuralHowland Public Library

313 Main St.  845.831.1134

Public Library open to all. Public computers, printing, wifi (available outside as well 24/7), books, DVDs, Music CDs, Books on CD, Children’s area, magazines, tech help, programs for all ages & interests and much more.

M,W,F 9:30-5:30 T,Th 9:30-8:00 Sat 10-4 Sun 12-4

Image: Mural at Howland Public Library.  Artist: Rick Price

spot logoHudson Valley Federal Credit Union

324 Main St.   845.463.3011
Fax: 845.831.3842

Service/Financial Institution

M-F 8:30am-7:00pm Sat. 9:00am-5:00pm

linda-siegelLinda Siegel Art Psychotherapy and Creativity Development

33 Henry St., 2nd floor  917.892.9783
Art Psychotherapy, Creativity Development, Parent-Infant Psychotherapy, Mindfulness, Stress Reduction through the Creative Process.

Adults, Children, Adolescents, Couples, Parent-Infant. 30 years experience. Licensed and Board Certified. Certified Child/Adolescent Psychotherapy, Certified Parent-Infant Psychotherapy, Certified Couples Psychotherapy. Sliding scale fees.

The Lofts at BeaconThe Lofts at Beacon

18 Front St. (off Fishkill Avenue)  845.831.7867  Contact: Nicole Corneyea
Artist live/work lofts on Fishkill Creek.  Sizes ranging from 1,000 sq ft to 2,500 sq ft.  Our live work lofts are beautiful, spacious commercial/residential lofts developed for the working artist in a renovated 1870’s textile mill.  Please call to set up a tour.

admissions-msmcMount Saint Mary College

361 Powell Avenue, Newburgh, NY   845.569.3166
Adult and Continuing Education

Bannerman Island GalleryNeil Caplan Realty

150 Main St.  845.831.6346

Located inside Bannerman Island Gallery, home to the Bannerman Castle Trust.

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Specializing in older homes and homes of distinction.

Neil also works as the Executive Director of The Bannerman Castle Trust, Inc. and runs  The Swann Inn of Beacon, a Bed and Breakfast with his wife Darlene. If you close on a property, they offer a free night’s stay.

Bannerman Island Gallery is dedicated to work inspired by Bannerman Island and Bannerman’s Castle. It features a large array paintings, prints, and photographs of Bannerman Island, Bannerman’s Castle, and the Hudson River – as well as many other types of Bannerman Island memorabilia and media. Many of the pieces displayed in the gallery are one of a kind, and available for purchase. Open weekends and by appointment. To arrange a visit, please call Neil Caplan at 845.831.6346.

Robin's nest logo with all info (1)Robin’s Nest


Robin’s Nest is where artists can create in a space and stay focused on a creative project. One can have the support from other artists and coaching from Robin to see creative ideas come to completion. Artists come together and can collaborate on projects as well.

Our “Creativity in the Workplace” workshop is to teach how creativity can be applied to problem solving in work, school, and in artist’s personal lives. We will discuss how to bring creativity to their daily life and how to start and complete creative endeavors.

River_Therapeutic_Massage New LogoRiver Therapeutic Massage

Now located inside “Karen’s Place” 612 Route 528

Closed Thursdays and Sundays

Contact: or 845.379.1956

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Karen Meyer, LMT has been practicing Therapeutic Massage in the Beacon area since 2008 with a focus on pain relief due to postural issues and stress management/relaxation. Other offerings include Pre-Natal, Hot Stone, Mana Lomi and Aromatherapy Facial Massage. She also works with geriatrics and Alzheimers patients .

Recently, Karen has received additional training and will be seeing cancer patients in her private practice as well as at the Breast Cancer Options Support Group at Wingate in Beacon.

StAndewsExteriorSt. Andrews Episcopal Church

15 South Avenue  845.831.1369

St. Andrew’s is a diverse family of believers who provide time, talent and treasure for the enrichment of the community.  Located just south of Main Street, behind the Beacon Visitor’s Center and next to the Tompkins Hose Fire House.

Contact: Reverend John Williams


Studio Shelly Prokop

@the old high school – 211 Fishkill Avenue, Room 204    914.489.4330

Multi-media design studio. Graphic design, photography, branding. Mixed-media collage artist; Wheelhouse Art Gym.

The Valley Table LogoThe Valley Table Magazine

380 Main St., Suite 202  845.765.2600

Contact: Laura Lee Holmbo:

The Hudson Valley is an artisanal food and drink haven, and The Valley Table is the source for all things food up and down the river. Whether your passion is food and drink, protecting the land, gardening, homemaking, or history, The Valley Table offers a place to connect and engage in your passion.

The Valley Table also produces Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, (November 2-15, 2015 and March 7-20, 2016). Over 200 of the top restaurants in the mid- and lower- Hudson Valley offer special three-course menus.

Please follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (@ValleyTable) for the latest news on food, farms, and cuisine in the Hudson Valley.

Through the magazine’s digital platforms and events like Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, The Valley Table aims to further the conversation about the food we serve at our tables.