Events

Sunday, May 5 through Tuesday, May 5, 2020
All Day

Dia:Beacon
3 Beekman Street, Beacon

A pioneer of the Mono-ha movement in Japan, Lee Ufan developed a sculptural practice in the 1960s that explored the tension between natural and man-made materials and the dialogue between object and space. In 1972 he changed the titles of the works that he had made up to that point to Relatum, referring to a concept in Heideggerian philosophy, which conveyed the artist’s interest in contingent circumstances. Read more...

The exhibition at Dia:Beacon, resulting from close collaboration with the artist, will showcase Dia’s 2017 acquisition of three sculptural works by Lee – Relatum (formerly System, 1969), Relatum (formerly Language, 1971), and Relatum (1974)—alongside several important loans.

Lee Ufan, Relatum (Iron Field), 1969/1994/2008, installation view, Art Basel Unlimited 2018. © Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris. Photo Dawn Blackman, courtesy Pace Gallery

Gallery displays rotate regularly. For more information, visit diaart.org. 

Saturday, October 5 through Monday, October 5, 2020
All Day

Dia:Beacon
3 Beekman Street, Beacon

Opens October 5, 2019, ongoing.

Since 1962, Marian Zazeela has worked with her long-time collaborator, La Monte Young, on large-scale installations in sound and light. Though Zazeela’s sculptures and light design have become well known, her works on paper have remained decidedly less so. Dia will present approximately 30 works on paper dating from 1962 to 1990 (with the majority from the 1960s and 1970s), which showcase the range of materials and motifs that stem from the artist’s deep interest in calligraphy and ornamental forms.

Friday, November 1 through Sunday, November 1, 2020
11:00am - 4:00pm

Dia:Beacon
3 Beekman Street, Beacon

Originally trained as an architect, Barry Le Va began creating horizontally dispersed sculptures while he was a student at Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles. Though seemingly random—and emblematic of chance-based operations—these radical works are rigorously planned and arranged for each site-dependent installation. This survey of Le Va’s floor-based installations from the 1960s will include two of his rarely seen powder dispersals, which will be reconfigured for a site-dependent space at Dia:Beacon. (more info)

Image: Barry Le Va installing Four (Cleaved Floor) (1969/2016) at MoMA PS1, New York City, in 2016. © Barry Le Va. Photo: C. J. Nolan. © David Nolan Gallery, New York.

Friday, November 1 through Sunday, November 1, 2020
11:00am - 4:00pm

Dia:Beacon
3 Beekman Street, Beacon

On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Mel Bochner’s first Measurement Room, Dia has commissioned Bochner to realize a new, large-scale work from his Measurement series at Dia:Beacon. Regarded as one of the leading American Conceptual and Postminimal artists in the 1960s and 1970s, Bochner pioneered the play between the characteristics of numerical values, space, and language in his work. (more info)

Image: Mel Bochner, Measurement Room, 1969, installation view, Galerie Heiner Friedrich, Munich, 1969.

Saturday, December 14 through Sunday, April 5, 2020
4:00pm - 10:00pm

Industrial Arts Brewing Company
511 Fishkill Ave, Beacon

Opening Reception

Casey Alan Inch was born in Brooklyn, NY and was raised in Connecticut. In 2000 he attended the University of Colorado at Boulder where he received his BFA in Painting. In 2007 Inch moved to Brooklyn to attend Pratt Institute where he received his MFA in Painting/Drawing. Inch exhibits his work nationally, and continues to work in his Brooklyn studio. www.caseyinch.com

Saturday, January 4 through Monday, January 27, 2020
2:30pm - 4:30pm

Howland Cultural Center
477 Main Street, Beacon

Join us for The Sympathetic Eye, featuring Jo Ann Chaus, Janet Holmes, Susan Rosenberg Jones and Paul Kessel.

Monday, January 6 through Monday, February 3, 2020
All Day

Howland Cultural Center
477 Main Street, Beacon

FREE “Just January Drop Ins” Creative Strings Improvisers Orchestra
January 6, 13, 27, February 3
5 – 6pm Beginning violin – Try it for free!
6 – 7pm – Intermediate strings (experience 3 years and beyond) – Try it for free!

Register Here for Winter classes: Mondays January 6- March 30

Saturday, January 11 through Saturday, February 29, 2020
12:00pm - 4:00pm

Beacon Historical Society
17 South Avenue, Beacon

Opening Reception

The Beacon Historical Society presents Whispers from the Castle Keep an exhibit of memorabilia from the Bannerman Castle Trust including small artifacts from the Civil and Spanish American War. Paintings, photographs, catalogs, and rare artifacts will tell the story of the Bannerman arsenal and castle. Read more...

An opening reception will be held at 17 South Avenue in Beacon, NY on January 11 from 12 – 4 pm. The exhibit will continue on Thursdays from 10-12pm and Saturdays from 1-4pm through February 29. Parking is available behind the Historical Society on Route 9D and Beacon Street.

The Beacon Historical Society was formed in 1976, with a mission to preserve, procure, and present Beacon’s heritage and history. The Society’s collections contain more than 5,000 items including books, prints, documents, photographs, postcards, paintings, maps, and artifacts — all relating to Beacon.

Saturday, January 11 through Sunday, February 2, 2020
5:00pm - 8:00pm

Hudson Beach Glass
162 Main Street, Beacon

Opening Reception Saturday January 11, 5 to 8pm

In association with the Donald Alter Estate and Hudson Beach Glass Gallery, Harald Plochberger and Tony Moore (co-curators) are pleased to present the exhibition DONALD ALTER: THE LATE WORK / IN MEMORIAM 1930 – 2019

Artists Talk: “The Man and His Work”: A conversation with the curators, public and artist friends. Sunday January 19, 3 pm or snow date Sunday January 26, 3 pm.Read more...

You are invited to view over 50 late paintings, drawings and prints executed in Don’s final years and to give homage to our beloved artist friend through participation in the conversation, “The Man and His Work”. Link to information and images below. Ongoing through February 2.

Donald Alter was born on October 20th 1930 to immigrant parents in the Bronx and after a period of declining health died peacefully at age eighty-eight on February 16th 2019 in Goshen, NY. During his life-time, his art was collected by the Fogg Museum, Harvard University, and both Ashville Art Museum and Black Mountain College Museum, Ashville, NC. He was a long-term resident of the Hudson Valley and active member of the local arts community where he vigorously painted, drew, collaged and created in a profoundly experimental way, indicative of his early scholarship during formative years at Black Mountain College. His early work from this period was included in the exhibition “Leap Before You Look: Black Mountain College 1933 – 1957”, which travelled from the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, to Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, to the Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, OH in 2015 – 16.

Saturday, January 11 through Sunday, February 2, 2020
6:00pm - 9:00pm

RiverWinds Gallery
172 Main Street, Beacon

Opening Reception

We are starting out the new year with two new artists in the gallery. KP Devlin’s paintings are inspired by Hieronymus Bosch’s The Garden of Earthly Delights – specifically the Hell portion! Jennifer Dooley skillfully uses wide-angle lenses to magnify the tattered grandeur of public spaces that had been built to impress. The Artist Opening is January 11, from 6-9 pm. The show runs through February 2, 2020 Read more...

Devlin explains, “My childhood was full of wonderful things. Throughout my family’s house were many fine art prints. I recall Van Gogh, Bruegel, Dali and Renoir, but I remember most fondly the paintings of Hieronymus Bosch. Staring at The Garden of Earthly Delights was something I could do for hours. Beyond the wonderful, fantastical chimeras and other imaginative beasts and humans found roaming Bosch’s landscapes, were the landscapes themselves: wild, twisting, highly detailed and absolutely fascinating to me. I take plenty of time to listen to great music and look at great art. And then paint or write like I’m freefalling into the ‘Hell’ panel of Bosch’s Garden.”

From the early 1990s through about 2010, Devlin was very active as a singer, songwriter, performer and recording artist. He produced albums for other people. He gigged in New York City, toured nationally and around the globe, including shows in Australia. He received extensive radio play on college and indie radio, both in the US and around the world, licensed his songs to films, television shows, commercials, promos and even a video game. Devlin currently lives and works in New York City

Dooley explains: “I first discovered my interest in photography while working in the IT department at NYNEX in 1990. I met a coworker with an unsteady hand who always produced blurry pictures. So I asked if I could try out the camera and instantly fell in love.” Jennifer has since acquired numerous pieces of camera equipment. Her current go to cameras are Canon 5D Mark IV and Olympus OMD EM1 Mark II.

Jennifer’s view of the world is tied to analysis, spacial consideration and creativity; it is usually realistic, but she escapes into the surreal by distorting and using creative techniques. “It’s fun to exaggerate and draw the viewer’s attention to a piece of something. My eye always gravitates towards graphic shapes, patterns, perspective and leading lines.” Jennifer is a Quality Assurance Analyst and resides in Port Chester, NY.

Saturday, January 11 through Sunday, February 2, 2020
6:00pm - 9:00pm

bau: Beacon Artists Union
506 Main Street, Beacon

Opening Reception

IN THE MAIN GALLERY: Jack Troy and crew – Camaraderie
“Our firing crew of about ten meets three times a year, usually in November and March for 4-day firings in the smaller of the anagama kilns, the Pixiegama. In June – usually around the solstice – we are often joined by another 8 participants to fire Komuri (Japanese for “bat”) for 5 days. My students and I built the first anagama in 1978 at Juniata College, where I was teaching; then I built Komuri here at home the summer of 1987. Donovan Palmquist and I built the Pixiegama, near my studio, in 2005, the year I stopped teaching.” Read more...

IN THE BEACON ROOM: Nash Hyon – Beyond the Tide
I am fascinated by the relationships amongst the stars, earth, moon, elements and how they influence each other. Sea creatures time their reproductive cycles by the moon’s phases. Tides dictate other species egg laying. The stars with their elements helped to create water on earth. These are the intertwined stories that I am expressing in my paintings along with the changes that climate change is creating. My primary medium encaustic-also termed hot wax-is one of the oldest painting mediums and is made from beeswax and pigment.

Saturday, January 11 through Friday, January 31, 2020
7:00pm - 9:00pm

Big Mouth Coffee Roasters
387 Main St,, Beacon

Opening Reception

Big Mouth Coffee Roasters is excited to host the opening reception for a collection of works exhibition by artist Aaren Vittoria Connolly- a Dutchess/Westchester native. This is her first show in Beacon, and is something not to be missed on your Second Saturday tour! Come by Big Mouth Coffee for an open gallery from 7-9pm for paintings and drawings, wines and cheeses and more!! aarenvittoriaconnolly.com

Wednesday, January 22 through Wednesday, March 11, 2020
7:00pm - 9:00pm

Beacon writer Donna Minkowitz will teach an 8-week memoir workshop this winter on Wednesday nights starting January 22. The course meets from 7 to 9 PM and focuses on craft – particularly on using the five senses, lyricism, emotion, storytelling, and critical thinking to create profound and relatable works of memoir. Students will get frequent feedback in a supportive atmosphere. Class size is limited to eight. The fee is $275.

Read more...

Minkowitz has taught memoir writing for 20 years, at venues including the 92nd Street Y, the New York Writers Workshop, The Kitchen, and the Mt. Chocorua Writers Workshop. Her recent memoir Growing Up Golem was a finalist for both a Lambda Literary Award and for the Judy Grahn Nonfiction Award, and she won a Lambda Literary Award for her first memoir, Ferocious Romance: What My Encounters with the Right Taught Me about Sex, God, and Fury. Minkowitz has also written for the New York Times Book Review, The Nation, and the Village Voice.

Please email Minkowitz46@Gmail.com for specific location (Beacon, New York 12508)

Saturday, January 25 through Saturday, February 1, 2020
2:00pm - 4:00pm

Howland Public Library
313 Main Street, Beacon

Opening Reception

Everyone is invited this Saturday to the reception of Art is Elementary, the fourth annual exhibition of student artwork from the Beacon City School District elementary schools. A reception for the students and teachers will be held on Saturday, January 18th from 2-4pm. All are welcome. There is snow predicted for Saturday so please check our website and facebook page to see if the reception needs to be postponed. The snow date is January 25th. The exhibit will be on view in the Community Room through February 1st.Read more...

One of the library’s most colorful exhibits, Art is Elementary features work from J.V. Forrestal, Glenham, Sargent, and South Avenue elementary schools. The annual exhibit is organized in collaboration with art teachers, Sallie Farkas, Cathy Pezzo and Susan Wurtz. Eight pieces of art were selected to represent each of the four elementary schools. The exhibit is just a small sample of the wonderful art being done by students of all ages throughout the Beacon City School District. Stop by the reception to show your support for the young artists and see their creative works.

Sunday, January 26 through Monday, January 27, 2020
All Day

Dia:Beacon
3 Beekman Street, Beacon

Dia:Beacon offers complimentary admission with identification to Hudson Valley residents the last Sunday of every month. (Albany, Columbia, Dutchess, Greene, Orange, Putnam, Rensselaer, Rockland, Saratoga, Schenectady, Sullivan, Ulster, Washington and Westchester). Please present identification and proof of residence at the admissions desk. Gallery displays rotate regularly. For more information, visit www.diaart.org.

Last Sundays at Dia:Beacon are made possible by Kiki McMillan, Charlie Pohlad, and the Pohlad family

January–March: Friday–Monday 11 am–4 pm
April–October: Thursday–Monday 11 am–6 pm
November–December: Thursday–Monday 11 am–4 pm

Tuesday, January 28
7:00pm - 9:00pm

Max’s on Main
246 Main Street, Beacon

Wednesday, January 29
6:30pm - 8:00pm

Industrial Arts Brewing Company
511 Fishkill Ave, Beacon

Members will also vote on revised By-Laws. Please review the By-Laws here.

6 board members for 2020 will be elected; of the 6, there are 3 seeking re-election.

Additional candidate nominations are being accepted up via email through January 28, 2020. Please email meghan@beaconarts.org with your nomination.Read more...

You must be a member to vote!  Click on this link to renew your membership now, or to become a new member.  Questions about your membership, email us at membership@beaconarts.org

Following are the current continuing Board Members and the candidate slate for 2020 and their profiles:

BeaconArts Board of Directors – continuing through 2020

  • Michelle Alumkal (1st term, 2nd year)
  • Jonathan S. Berck (1st term, 2nd year)
  • Donna Mikkelsen (1st term, 2nd year)
  • Terry Nelson (2nd term, 2nd year)
  • Chris Neyen (1st term, 2nd year)
  • Aaron Verdile (Currently Treasurer – 2nd term, 2nd year)

Candidates for NEW BeaconArts Board of Directors

  • All terms are for two years.
  • Board members are limited to three consecutive two-year terms.
  • There are a minimum of 5 positions open; 3 of the candidates are up for re-election and a second 2-year term.
  • Slate as of 01/15/2019

 



1. Matthew Agoglia (1st term, 1st year)

Matthew Agoglia has over 20 years of experience working in the music industry. After receiving degrees in music and ethnomusicology from Indiana University, Matthew moved to Boston, MA. There he worked first for the MIT music department, and later as technical shop manager for Professional Audio Design, installing studio systems for clients such as NYU, Jay-Z, Neil Finn, The Hit Factory, and Studio at the Palms in Las Vegas. Matthew always maintained a passion for recording music and in 2006 he moved to New York City, where he worked at famed Avatar Studios and Masterdisk, working with artists such as Emmylou Harris, James Taylor, The Gorillaz, and Spoon. Shortly after moving to Beacon in 2011, Matthew opened his own studio, The Ranch Mastering Studio, which provides world-class mastering services to independent and label artists alike.



2. Karlyn Benson (Currently Co-President – 2nd term, 1st year)

Karlyn Benson has over twenty years’ experience in arts administration. She was the owner/director of Matteawan Gallery in Beacon, NY from 2013 to 2018. In 2019 she started Karlyn Benson Creative Consulting to help artists with writing and marketing. Previously Karlyn was Executive Assistant at AEA Consulting in Beacon and she worked in the Registrar Department at the Museum of Modern Art in New York for six years. She received an MA in Art History from the University of Texas, Austin and a BA in Art History from SUNY Purchase, Purchase, NY. She has lived in Beacon since 2003.



3. Meghan Goria (Currently Co-President – 2nd term, 1st year)

Meghan Goria has spent her career raising awareness for performing arts organizations and non-profits, first at the New-York Historical Society and Manhattan Theatre Club, then over the course of nearly 10 years at the Metropolitan Opera. She is currently the Director of Digital Strategy and Fundraising at Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture in Pocantico Hills where she oversees the online marketing and fundraising efforts of the organization. She holds a BA in History from Brown University. Meghan is a Beacon homeowner and proud member of the community. Her spare time is usually spent cooking, reading or hiking around the Hudson Valley with her husband and dog. She has been Co-President of BeaconArts since 2019.


4. Christina Jensen (Currently Secretary – 2nd term, 1st year)

Christina Jensen has worked in the classical music industry for over fifteen years, gaining experience in a variety of areas of the field before founding her management and PR firm Jesen Artists in  2007. Previously, Christina worked in corporate sponsorship at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, as Director of Community Outreach with the Boston Modern Orchestra Project, and as orchestra manager and public relations assistant at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Upon moving to New York after finishing graduate school at Boston University, Christina began helping classical musicians who were friends and family with their PR needs. What began as “moonlighting” to make rent in the Big Apple turned into a full time job in 2007 when Christina found herself with too many clients, and not nearly enough sleep. Her earliest major success came later that year, when Simone Dinnerstein’s recording of Bach’s Goldberg Variations became a surprise bestseller. Highlights since then have included co-producing a new collaboration among cellist Maya Beiser, dancer Wendy Whelan, and choreographer Lucinda Childs; publicizing André Previn’s 80th birthday season; several Grammy-nominated and Grammy-winning album campaigns; as well as countless world premieres and performances of compelling classical music, new and old, throughout the country.

Christina has been part of panel discussions hosted by organizations including American Composers Orchestra, Association of Performing Arts Professionals, Association of Music Personnel in Public Radio, Astral Artists, Chamber Music America, and the New York New Music Roundtable. A native of Independence, Missouri, she holds undergraduate degrees in violin performance and communication with a minor in journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia, and received her master’s degree in arts administration from Boston University.

Christina moved to Beacon in 2011, and is honored to have been the BeaconArts board secretary for the past two years. She hopes to continue serving on the board in this role.



5. Christine Olivier (1st term, 1st year)

Christine has 10+ years of non-profit multidisciplinary arts management experience. Prior to her current role as the Programs and Events Manager for Industrial Arts Brewing Company, Christine served as the Executive Director of the GARNER Arts Center and before that as the Director of the Institute for Arts & Culture at Mercyhurst University. While at Mercyhurst, Christine founded the Arts Education Programming Initiative for the NWPA Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, served as a founding board member of the Music for Veterans Community Wellness Program, and created an after school program where 4th grade students could turn their own poetry into full length musical albums. While at GARNER Arts Center, Christine brought an organization that had been dark for five years back into the public eye through programming and increased grant funding. Grants included a state tourism grant for $136,000, one capital funding grant from $130,000 and over $100,000 in program grants.  In her free time, she can be found cross stitching, going to absurd musical performances, and bagging Catskill high peaks with her cross-eyed black lab Etta.


6. Scott Ramsey (1st term, 1st year)

Scott is the Owner, Executive Producer of the newly launched Fort Beacon Studios and is motivated by his passion for effective, efficient and creative video storytelling. He is driven by meeting new people worldwide, developing trusted relationships at all levels and discovering new stories to tell while finding innovative ways to tell them. With over 30 years of professional creative communications experience including work with Fortune 500 premium brands such as MetLife, MasterCard, Bayer Pharmaceuticals, Phillips Van Heusen, Samsung and S&P Global, he is “constantly curious” about how to bring out and foster an individual’s best and most confident self by producing meaningful and inventive content. In addition to corporate communications, Scott’s musical theatre background includes work as an actor, director and producer both regionally, Off-off Broadway and Off-Broadway. Scott’s interests in positive collaboration across cultures as well as authentic and unending self-discovery keep him continually engaged in how to elevate meaningful content. He has won numerous Telly, AVA Digital and Hermes awards as well as Best Director in the West Village Musical Theatre Festival. He has also been nominated as “Producer of the Year” and “Rising Star” by Special Events Magazine.


Please Note: Additional candidate nominations are being accepted up via email through January 28, 2020. Please email meghan@beaconarts.org with your nomination.  You must be a current member of BeaconArts to vote.


The BeaconArts Board of Directors is charged with the general management of the affairs of BeaconArts. The Board of Directors consists of a President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and additional members at large. The Board of Directors controls the property and affairs of BeaconArts and fixes the organization’s policy. The BeaconArts Board of Directors currently meets once a month in addition to BeaconArts general meetings. Terms are for 2 years, maximum 3 consecutive terms per board member. The General Membership votes in a slate; Officer designations are voted on by the Board. beaconarts.org/about

Wednesday, January 29
6:30pm - 8:30pm

Industrial Arts Brewing Company
511 Fishkill Ave, Beacon

Join us for our first Member meeting of 2020: meet your neighbors, get excited about a new year of art in Beacon, and sample the latest brews from Industrial Arts! This meeting will also be the opportunity to vote for the 2020 BeaconArts Board. You can read the bios of all Board candidates here. If you would like to put your name forward for the election, please email meghan@beaconarts.org prior to January 28. Doors open at 6:30, the meeting will begin at 7pm. We hope to see you there!

Wednesday, January 29
7:00pm - 10:00pm

Towne Crier Cafe
379 Main Street, Beacon

Every Wednesday Evening, Come out and play! Our Open Mic Night was voted Best of Hudson Valley® 2016 Editors Pick by Hudson Valley Magazine®! Read more...

For over 25 years the Towne Crier’s legendary Open Mic Nights have drawn top talent from throughout the Hudson Valley and beyond, including Sloan Wainwright, the Slambovian Circus Of Dreams and Red Molly. Known as a true “listening room,” it provides artists with a respectful performance space, and live music fans with the best entertainment value around. Don Lowe hosts. For a variety of reasons, after trial and error, email signups have not worked out, so we are discontinuing it. The former email address will NOT be monitored. Signups are exclusively in person (no phone signups either) between 5 and 7pm day of the open mic. Show up early in order to pick a slot (with the host’s consent and at his/her sole discretion!) (more info)

Thursday, January 30
3:30pm - 5:00pm

Howland Public Library
313 Main Street, Beacon

A place for elementary school-age children to work collaboratively or independently to build fantastic Lego creations and tinker with our STEM materials (littleBits, robots, etc.). You can even combine them!

Thursday, January 30
7:00pm - 9:00pm

Howland Cultural Center
477 Main Street, Beacon

Friday, January 31
9:30pm - 11:59pm

Max’s on Main
246 Main Street, Beacon

Friday and Saturday Nights

Max’s Facebook for more info and their site

Saturday, February 1
12:00pm - 7:00pm

Women’s Studio Workshop
722 Binnewater Lane, Kingston

We welcome community members of all ages to join us on Saturday, February 1 2020 for our annual free Community Clay Day!

Community sessions are free of charge but do require an RSVP. Participants can make pots or simply decorate pre-made bowls. There are three sessions available; 12 – 1 pm, 3 – 4 pm, or 6 – 7 pm.

All work created during these sessions will be for sale at our 23rd Annual Chili Bowl Fest Fundraiser on Saturday, February 29th at SUNY Ulster in Stone Ridge!

If you are interested in participating, please email info@wsworkshop.org or call (845) 658-9133 to reserve a spot.

Wednesday, February 5
7:00pm - 10:00pm

Towne Crier Cafe
379 Main Street, Beacon

Every Wednesday Evening, Come out and play! Our Open Mic Night was voted Best of Hudson Valley® 2016 Editors Pick by Hudson Valley Magazine®! Read more...

For over 25 years the Towne Crier’s legendary Open Mic Nights have drawn top talent from throughout the Hudson Valley and beyond, including Sloan Wainwright, the Slambovian Circus Of Dreams and Red Molly. Known as a true “listening room,” it provides artists with a respectful performance space, and live music fans with the best entertainment value around. Don Lowe hosts. For a variety of reasons, after trial and error, email signups have not worked out, so we are discontinuing it. The former email address will NOT be monitored. Signups are exclusively in person (no phone signups either) between 5 and 7pm day of the open mic. Show up early in order to pick a slot (with the host’s consent and at his/her sole discretion!) (more info)

Thursday, February 6
3:30pm - 5:00pm

Howland Public Library
313 Main Street, Beacon

A place for elementary school-age children to work collaboratively or independently to build fantastic Lego creations and tinker with our STEM materials (littleBits, robots, etc.). You can even combine them!

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