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Beacon PopMart

45 Beekman Street – Beacon

Ongoing Exhibit Store Hours: Fri 12-6pm | Sat 12-8pm | Sun 12-6pm (more info on Instagram)

Hike & Yoga with nOMad

Fridays July 20th
August 17th
September 21st
9:30 – 12:30pm

Mount Beacon Park
788 Wolcott Ave, Beacon

Join the nOMad tribe for a morning of nature, yoga/meditation, and community. Enjoy the bounty of our majestic Hudson valley. We will hike to the summit of Mt Beacon, then ground ourselves to deepen our connection with nature. Our flow at the summit will be one to soften our hearts and open to the beauty around us, to play on top of a mountain and rejoice in the loveliness of being outdoors. For where you find yourself humbled and in aw by nature, there you are experiencing the raw spirit of yourself and others. A snack will be provided, bring your own water and yoga mat. (more info)

Purgatory Pie Press, 40+ Years and Counting

July 14th from 12 – 8pm

No. Three Reading Room & Photo Book Works
469 Main Street – Beacon

No.3 Reading Room & Photo Book Works will host the exhibit Purgatory Pie Press, 40+ Years and Counting.

The artist-team of Esther K Smith and Dikko Faust will be in residence on Saturday morning in the adjoining Traffic Street Press letterpress studio to offer a workshop on the uses and history of chromatic wood type on honor Esther’s six and most recent book Specimens of Chromatic Wood Type (Rizzoli, 2017). (more…)

Towne Crier Cafe ~ July 12th – July 18th

MUSIC and EVENTS

379 Main Street

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Second Saturday Mural Celebration

Saturday, July 14th, 5 – 8pm

Route 9d and Beacon street

Join us on 2nd Saturday, July 14th to celebrate public art in Beacon!!! Four murals by local artists help to beautify our city! Come meet the artists Donna Mikkelsen Rick Rogers Kalene Rivers Daniel Weise and Ron English. With live drawing performances by Donna Mikkelsen (more info over on Facebook) (more…)

Circus! The Art of Balance at the Howland Cultural Center

Ongoing through July 29th

Howland Cultural Center, 477 Main Street – Beacon

Curated by Karen E. Gersch. Ten celebrated fine artists will feature paintings, drawings, wood carvings, prints, photographs, sculptures, jewelry and puppets in the Main Gallery. Art by children from Beacon elementary and high schools will grace the balcony walls. (845) 831-4988 (more…)

The Great Unknown!; Remjie, Seymour & Wondergoblin!

Ongoing through August 3rd

Clutter Gallery
163 Main Street – Beacon

The Clutter Gallery is proud to present three amazing artists showing together in an amazing gallery event The Great Unknown!; Remjie, Seymour & Wondergoblin! Take a look!

The Butcher’s Harvest: Batch #8 – SURF & TURF BBQ

Sunday, July 22nd, 5 – 10pm

TO BENEFIT THE BEACON ARTS AND EDUCATION FOUNDATION

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29 Teller Avenue, Beacon

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Join us for our Surf & Turf BBQ! This evening will showcase some rock & blues tunes by Beacon’s own Black Coffee Blues Band. They’ll set the vibe and we’ll be serving up some incredible BBQ using responsibly sourced local meats, seafood and vegetables. The backyard will be set up with games, hula hoops, and water toys for the kiddos. Don’t fret – there will be beer and wine specials for the adults!

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A Glimpse of the Choreographic Process

Wednesday, July 18th, 4 – 7pm

Howland Cultural Center, 477 Main Street – Beacon

Join us for the second edition of A-Y GLIMPSE series. Wander through the gallery, watch from any perspective, and give input as our process unfolds. Guest Choreographer: Raven White. Admission is free! Light refreshments provided. Made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Governor, NY State Legislature and administered by Arts Mid-Hudson.

Scarf Workshop at Loopy Mango

Thursday, July 19th, 12pm

Loopy Mango
500 Main St – Beacon

For this class you can choose to make Children’s Scarf or Adult Scarf (the adult scarf requires more yarn). If you choose Children’s you will complete the entire scarf during class. If you choose Adult size, you will make about half the scarf during class and will continue working on this project at home. You can sign up through our website or call the shop!