The Hotel opens at Beacon’s newest hotel on April 21

April 20, 2017

The Inn & Spa at Beacon

151 Main St., Beacon, New York

845.205.2900

innspabeacon.com

Beacon’s newest hotel will be open for overnight guests beginning April 22.

For more information on this exquisite addition to Beacon’s Main Street: innspabeacon.com

The Anamario Hernandez Gallery located within the Hotel officially opens on Second Saturday, May 13.  Rooftop Yoga and Dancing coming soon!

Art in the Loft exhibition deadline

April 14, 2017


The 2017 Art in the Loft exhibition opportunity opens – deadline to submit work April 17th!

Arts Mid-Hudson, in partnership with Millbrook Vineyards & Winery, will once again be curating the art exhibit in the loft space above the Winery’s main building. This project, known as ART in the LOFT, is a good opportunity for members of Arts Mid-Hudson to display and sell their work. (more…)

The Two Row Wampum Flotilla is landing in Beacon! Sat August 3; BeaconArts sponsors Two Row Art Totems

April 10, 2017

Artist rendering of art totems

The Beacon Two Row Festival is an historic event not to be missed!

Saturday August 3rd 2013  /  Riverfront Park, Beacon NY  /  11am – dusk

Suggested Donation: $5, no one turned away.

Bring your family and spend the day experiencing the energy and wisdom of the Two Row Wampum Renewal Campaign. Enjoy Native American music, authentic craft, storytelling, food and history as we welcome Two Row canoe flotilla to Beacon. The flotilla will consist of passionate Native Americans and other Americans rowing side by side as they make their way from Albany to the United Nations in New York City.

Thousands of people will gather at the rivers edge to celebrate the very simple yet vital message of the Two Row Wampum Treaty. We will come together to embrace a commitment of friendship, ecological stewardship, peace between peoples and living in parallel forever.


Art Totems

brought to you by Tulnoy Lumber, RiverWinds, Key Food

Local artists are showing their support of the Two Row Wampum Treaty by creating beautiful Totems which will be on display at the festival. These 8′ tall totems will tower above festival attendees to create a colorful and interactive experience. After the event these totems will find a permanent home around the City of Beacon as a reminder to our commitment of friendship, ecological stewardship, peace between peoples and living in parallel forever.