January 31, All Day

Towne Crier Cafe
379 Main Street, Beacon

Wednesday, Sept. 11, 7 p.m.
Open Mic
Sign up in person, 5-7 p.m.
No music cover

Thursday, Sept. 19, 7 p.m.
Ukulele Open Mic
Attention ukulele enthusiasts! Come and share your love of this amazing little instrument with other like-minded aficionados at the ukulele-only open mic. Hosted by Wendy Matthews of the Edukated Fleas. Sign up in person starting at 5 p.m. No cover

May 5, All Day

3 Beekman Street, Beacon

Opens May 5, 2019

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.

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

May 30, 6:30pm - 7:45pm

Inn and Spa at Beacon
151 Main Street, Beacon

Breathe…release… and visualize Yoga high up above Beacon’s Main Street… surrounded by the mountains…with the ships moving slowly up the Hudson in the distance ….breathe and release… Integrate Sunset Yoga at The Inn And Spa At Beacon into your life.” Purchase a ticket for your desired date to reserve your spot. 6:30pm every Monday – Saturday. Call directly to inquire about Sunday Morning Sunrise Yoga.

In the event of weather cancellations, your ticket will be applied to any class of your choosing during the current season, simply call the front desk and notify us of which date you would like to attend. Each of our instructors offers a different style and unique perspective to their class – discover which works for you! Monthly Yoga Pass available for $99/ month

845-205-2900 |
Visit our website for more information about our Yoga classes.



June 1, All Day

The mission of Beacon 3D is to promote the arts in a public venue for the enjoyment of the community at large as well as to provide established and emerging artists with the opportunity to present their large-scale creations in a 5-month long annual installation.

2019 Lineup!

We are presently installing the 2019 sculptures around Beacon. Most should be installed by June 15th. Signage by FabHaus follows shortly thereafter! Remember – all the sculptures are for sale. In the case of the Beacon Moose, commissions are available with locally sourced Hudson River driftwood! (more info)

August 17, 5:00pm - 7:00pm

Hudson Beach Glass
162 Main Street, Beacon

Opening Reception
August 17, 5 – 7pm

Hudson Beach Glass
162 Main Street – Beacon

Rehabilitation Through The Arts (RTA), a non-profit organization that uses the transformative power of the arts to develop skills incarcerated people need for successful integration into the community while raising public awareness of the humanity behind prison walls, will present Rehabilitation Through The Arts: 1,000 Cranes, An Origami Art Installation made by RTA prisoner-members at Fishkill Correctional Facility, as part of an exhibit at Hudson Beach Glass in Beacon, NY, August 3 – September 29, 2019.

A reception will be held on Saturday, August 17 from 5-7pm where a representative for RTA’s art program is scheduled to speak.

August 31, All Day

Opening Reception: August 31
Mid Run Reception: September. 22
On View through October 27 | Free to the Public

853 Old Albany Post Road,
Garrison, NY

Collaborative Concepts is all about Large Sculptural Art Works; think Storm King, but with a herd of cattle! The combination of the two makes a great interaction of animals with art.

Experimental art is encouraged. The result of combining art with animals, however, is hard to predict. It never creates repetition, only surprises and discoveries of how the two interact with each other. The cows have been great critics of the sculptures each year, having favorites and some that they serenade.

September 6, All Day

Opening Reception
Friday, September 6
6:30 – 8:30

Krause Gallery
149 Orchard St

New work by Emil Alzamora.

September 14, 5:00pm - 8:00pm

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

On view in the Reading Room are 18 works on paper selected from the larger body of work by Mariam Aziza Stephan. Small, intimate 6 x 18” drawings; India ink on paper, but paper that has been cut open and reassembled with additions and deletions, like the sacrifice zones they represent. Each poem by Julia Johnson is numbered to accompany its corresponding image. Of her project, the artist Mariam Aziza Stephan states: “This work is about loss. The drawings serve as mediations and records of both places and states that either no longer exist or are in the process of disappearing. These constructed landscapes piece together fragmented scenes of conflict, abandonment and disarray and attempt to link ecological and psychological upheaval.” Also on display and available for reading are books that have informed or relate to the artist’s and poet’s work. Novels, photobooks, poetry and essays on the notion of place and displacement are featured. Ongoing through October 27th.

September 14, 5:00pm - 7:00pm

Howland Public Library
313 Main Street, Beacon

The Howland Public Library invites you to the opening of the Second Annual Spirit of Beacon Exhibit. HPL and the Spirit of Beacon Committee asked the community to submit photos they felt captured the essence of the “Spirit of Beacon.” Is it the people, the connection to the river, the historical buildings, the beautiful mountains, all of the above, or something else? This year more than 30 local photographers answered the call. Stop by the library on Saturday, September 14th, from 5-7pm to see their visions of the Beacon in this annual community “portrait” of the City of Beacon. The exhibit, curated by Michelle Rivas and Jennifer Blakeslee, opens on September 14th and will be on view through October 6th.

The Howland Public Library is centrally located at 313 Main Street in Beacon, NY. For more information go to Ongoing through October 6.

September 14, 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Bannerman Gallery
150 Main Street, Beacon

Opening Reception

An exhibition of works by Beacon Artist and Illustrator, Andre Junget. Fine Art Drawings, Renderings, Scratch Board and Hand-Pulled Lithograph Prints. Gallery Hours: Saturdays and Sundays, 12 – 5pm, weekday afternoons by chance & appointment – 845-831-1001,
Ongoing through October 6, 2019

September 14, 6:00pm - 9:00pm

RiverWinds Gallery
172 Main Street, Beacon

Opening Reception

Presenting “Both Sides Now: New Work by Virginia Donovan.” Donovan explains the dichotomy, “In the past couple of years, I have been working back and forth between contemporary painting in acrylics and more traditional landscape paintings in oils. While the two may seem totally different, I find that each inspires the other. In both genres, I am working with brush and knife and looking to affect texture. But it is more than that… The landscape paintings tend to be of places I have loved, that really spoke to me and added roots to my life. In the contemporary work, I am paying attention to feelings and events that have moved me and grounded me.” Ongoing through October 6, 2019.


September 14, 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Hudson Beach Glass
162 Main Street, Beacon

Hudson Beach Gallery in conjunction with Chris Davison Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition of select work by Gail Robinson, Marieken Cochius, and Marlene Lipinski.

Canopy refers to the upper layer or habitat zone formed by mature tree crowns. It also hints to the extent of the outer layer of leaves of an individual tree or trees. Each artist uses the idea of shelter, voyage and self reflection to reveal a connection to nature. Show runs through October 6, 2019

September 14, 6:00pm - 9:00pm

bau: Beacon Artists Union
506 Main Street, Beacon

Opening Reception

Whether you find yourself seeking solace away or at home, September’s two solo artists Joan Phares and Andrew Rust Barger have you covered.

In Gallery 1:  Joan’s exhibit “Beached” includes a collection of paintings and assemblages on wood along with a series of boats, ships, water features, and dwellings. The artwork she created for Beached is an attempt to portray imagined lives, buildings, and vessels that inhabited historic coastal towns and cities. Her inspirations for the exhibit are from diverse sources. This past year Joan spent a lot of time on Cape Cod. The harbors of working boats and antique humble homes with intriguing pasts housed the creators of unique towns and stories that peaked her imagination. Says Joan, “Simultaneously binge watching far too many episodes of the PBS series Doc Martin set in the fictitious village of Portwenn, Cornwall, England, further inspired my current work. Infusing my penchant for the darker less tangible aspects of life inspired by found objects provided the final impetus for this show.”

In Gallery 2: Andrew Rust Barger invites you to sit a spell on his “Porch” in Gallery 2.  The American porch is a space of community, inclusion, and friendship. The Porch lives in a space between the privacy of the home and the visibility in the community. There is an importance to be present and visible within one’s locality and the porch can serve as that medium. Andrew says, “Along with highlighting and promoting the porch as a community spotlight, I have built a modular moveable structure to grant me the ability to install a porch wherever I want and with it, the concepts that exist within the porch. The porch is an all-embracing space for everybody, something that has become more and more important daily.”

In the Beacon Room: A collection of small works under 12” by BAU artists.

This is the 177th consecutive exhibition at BAU Gallery. For more information contact Carla Goldberg- PR manager, 845 222-0177 or

Ongoing through October 6| Gallery Hours are Saturdays and Sundays 12-6 p.m. or by appointment

September 14, 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Catalyst Gallery
137 Main Street, Beacon

Second Saturday reception

A solo exhibition of new paintings and works on paper by Samantha Palmeri. Through Sept 30, with hours 12-6pm weekends and by appt.

September 14, 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Clutter Gallery
163 Main Street, Beacon

Opening Reception

The third installment of Planet Rainbow Sparkles is back! Bigger and brighter than ever, this amazing event transforms the entire gallery into a rainbow of epic proportions! Featuring over 50 artists and hundreds of pieces, this is a MUST SEE show!

September 18, 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Howland Public Library
313 Main Street, Beacon

Stroll down memory lane and get reacquainted with the early days of TV. People like Milton Berle, Ed Sullivan, and Jackie Gleason could now come right into your living room. TV also reflected society at the time.

Join speaker and author, Evan Weiner, for this enlightening hour-long presentation.
Mr. Weiner has a vast radio and TV background. In 2007, the Department of State sent him to talk to foreign nationals at the George Bush Presidential Library in College Station, Texas to speak about the politics of sports business in America.

September 18, 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®!

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)


September 19, 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!

September 19, 6:30pm

Catalyst Gallery
137 Main Street, Beacon

We are pleased to announce a new series of drawing sessions at Catalyst, starting next week.

Figure Drawing with Movement
$10 (includes a drink)

Bring materials. We have chairs and small tables, no easels. We will have some 11×14″ drawing pads and pencils on hand. There will be some dance and inspired movement by the model as well as several short and longer poses to work from. Please invite anyone you think may be interested, and email us with any questions. Hope to see you!

September 19, 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Howland Cultural Center
477 Main Street, Beacon

September 20, 7:00pm

Story Screen Beacon Theater
445 Main Street, Beacon

Friday 7pm: THIS IS HOME

This Is Home tells the story of four Syrian refugee families arriving in America and beginning to rebuild their lives.


An afternoon of short films by filmmaker and environmentalist Jon Bowermaster, part of his ongoing Hudson River Stories project.

Saturday at 4pm: THE YUGE NASTY, JANUARY ’17

“The Yuge Nasty, January ’17” is a sixty two minute documentary of two historic days in Washington. It bears witness to the inauguration of Donald Trump and the Women’s March, the following day.

(more info at Facebook)



September 20, 8:00pm - 11:30pm

Howland Cultural Center
477 Main Street, Beacon

Sign up 7:30pm | Mic Opens at 8pm


September 20, 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

September 21, 10:00am - 11:30am

University Settlement Camp Theatre
724 Wolcott Avenue, Beacon

Beacon Fairy Walk is a walking theatre production incorporating Beacon’s beautiful landscape. Local artists and community members create a magical path that follows a story set in a hidden Fairy grove within Beacon’s University Settlement Camp.

Eight actors play characters representing different parts of the forest. For example, Spruce is the Fairy of the Trees and keeps watch over the forest while helping the other Fairies stay grounded. The show explores the themes of conflict resolution, finding one’s voice, friendship, and doing what’s right in the face of fear. When the Worry Witches start to steal the fairy dust from the trees, will the Fairies come together to restore the color and magic to Beacon? Come see the show to find out!

Saturday, Sept. 21 at 10am & 11:30am
Saturday, Sept. 28 at 10am & 11:30am
(Rain dates: Sept. 22 & 29)
If sold out, email to be added to the wait list.

Beacon Fairy Walk is directed by Erin Buckley with music by Todd Hulet. The goal of the project is to bring visual and performing artists together with the community to create an experience that highlights the talent and natural beauty of the Hudson Valley. FairyWalk.comTickets are available here

Call for Artists for the Beacon Fairy Walk!
Art is due by Friday, September 13
Email or call Erin 347-564-7456

Make a Fairy House for Beacon Fairy Walk
Saturday, September 14, 11 – 3pm
The Crafty Hammer
4 South Chestnut Street, Beacon


September 21, 11:00am - 6:00pm

3 Beekman Street, Beacon Gallery Hours 11 – 6

Free admission on Saturdays and Sundays for City of Beacon residents (including the adjacent Hudson Valley communities of Chelsea, Fishkill, and Glenham). (Photo: Bill Jacobson)

September 21, 3:00pm

Howland Cultural Center
477 Main Street, Beacon

Saturday, September 21, 3pm

Howland Cultural Center
477 Main Street – Beacon

Classics for Kids presents area musicians in concert followed by an Instrument Petting Zoo. Saturday September 21, 2019 @ 3:00PM, at the Howland Cultural Center. Students have an opportunity to handle and play various instruments, including winds, strings, brass, piano and guitar. This is a great opportunity to ask questions and speak with local music instructors and instrument shops. Instruments are provided by Stamell Stringed Instruments and MeKeel’s Music Shop.

This is a FREE event, however we do ask that you reserve tickets in advance as space is limited.

More information at

September 21, 5:00pm - 7:00pm

Garrison Art Center
23 Garrison’s Landing, Garrison

Garrison Art Center is delighted to announce, Method for Proceeding, a solo sculpture installation by Henry Klimowicz. This will be Klimowicz’s first time showing in the Riverside Galleries of Garrison Art Center, and as our 2019 Visiting Artist, he will be filling both galleries with work, as well as conducting a hands-on workshop for children and adults on November 2. The exhibition will be on view from September 21 through November 10 with an opening reception on Saturday, September 21, from 5-7pm.

September 21, 8:30pm - 11:00pm

Chill Wine Bar
173 Main Street, Beacon

September 22, 11:00am - 6:00pm

3 Beekman Street, Beacon Gallery Hours 11 – 6

Free admission on Saturdays and Sundays for City of Beacon residents (including the adjacent Hudson Valley communities of Chelsea, Fishkill, and Glenham). (Photo: Bill Jacobson)

September 22, 1:00pm

Bergen Street Fest
1799 Teaneck Rd, Teaneck

Sunday, September 22

Bergen Street Fest
1799 Teaneck RD
Teaneck, New York 07666

9/21/19 and 9/22/19 Bergen Street Fest:


(more info)

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