November 9, 2016
October 12, 2016
We are looking for a bookkeeper who knows Quickbooks. Not a full-time job – probably no more than a couple hours a week if that much. If you know of anyone you can recommend, we would appreciate the reference. Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks! And don’t forget – the holidays are coming – we will be holidayizing the store the first week in November, so if you have really cool seasonal work, please bring it in.
Mary Ann, Galina, Karl & Kathy
Adult Degree Completion and Transfer Students
October 5, 2016
August 26, 2016
Howland Public Library Small Works Benefit Exhibit
The Friends of the Howland Library are hosting their First Annual Friendraiser which will take place on Saturday, September 10th, 2016. The event will feature a Silent Auction of local goods and services and a Small Works Benefit Exhibit. We are calling on Beacon’s artist community to submit work for the exhibit. All proceeds from the exhibit will benefit Howland Public Library.
Submission Guidelines: HPL’s Small Works Benefit Exhibit
Each artist may submit one (1) work to the exhibit. All artwork submitted to the Small Works Benefit Exhibit must be for sale. All work must be no greater than 20 inches in the largest dimension. 2D work must ready to hang. (No sawtooth hangers.) By submitting your work to HPL’s Small Works Benefit Exhibit, you agree to donate 50% of proceeds from each sold piece to HPL. HPL will return all unsold artwork.
HPL reserves the right use images of work submitted on our website and in any advertising associated with this exhibition.
August 17, 2016
We are pleased to share highlights of grant opportunities available this fall through the Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley. Please visit our grants program page to explore and apply for funding. All grant programs require an online application, which is available now. Be sure to review the individual grant guidelines for important eligibility and related information, including deadlines.
Director of Programs
July 31, 2016
On September 28, forty driving teams will roar onto Main Street Beacon on their “quest for under-discovered places and obscure historical artifacts” as part of this long-running reality tv series.
Mayor Randy Casale and his team are looking to do something really special and specific to Beacon – one idea was to paint the street; other ideas are welcome and there is a small budget to help make your vision a reality.
If you are interested, please be in touch with Mayor Randy Casale and/or his assistant Elizabeth Evans at cityofbeacon
For more info go to http://fireballrun.com/events/2016-10th-anniversary