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click to enlarge Peter Aaron, Chronogram music editor and frontman of the reunited Chrome Cranks, played at Backsatge Studio Productions in Kingston on May 9. - FIONN REILLY
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  • Peter Aaron, Chronogram music editor and frontman of the reunited Chrome Cranks, played at Backsatge Studio Productions in Kingston on May 9.

Chronogram Sponsors in June

As part of our ongoing commitment to nourish and support the creative, cultural, and economic life of the Hudson Valley, Chronogram helps promote organizations and events in our pages each month. Here is what we’re sponsoring in June.

Jacob’s Pillow
Chronogram is a media sponsor of the 77th season of the Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival in Becket, Massachusetts, featuring over 50 dance comapnies from around the world.

Rondout Valley Growers Orchard Association
Dinner and Wine Tasting

On Saturday, June 27, the Rondout Valley Grower’s Association will host its sixth annual Orchard Tasting and Wine Dinner—featuring a menu created by local chefs from Rondout Valley grown farm products paired with New York State Wines—at the Stone Ridge Orchard. Proceeds will benefit the association’s marketing efforts.

Barrett Art Center Spring Paint-Out
On June 13, Barrett Art Center hosts its annual Spring Paint-Out at Lakeside Park in Pawling. A live auction to benefit the art center will follow at 6pm.

Bruce Schenker Memorial 5K Run/Walk
The second annual run/walk on June 20 is in honor of Dr. Bruce Schenker, who had finished work on a children’s book promoting peace, The Story of Turtle Woman & Eagle Man, prior to his death in 2007. Proceeds from the event go to Hospice of Ulster County, the New Paltz Police Department, and the New Paltz Rescue Squad .

Ride the Ridge
The High Meadow School’s Performing Art Center is the beneficiary of the third annual Ride the Ridge Bike Challenge on June 7 in Stone Ridge, consisting of three classes of ride: a 5-mile family ride, 25-mile countryside ride, 50-mile Shawangunk Ridge Challenge.

Pride March and Festival
The Hudson Valley LGBTQ Center celebrates the fifth annual Pride March and Festival in New Paltz on June 7.

New Paltz Third Saturday
New Paltz’s Art Along the Hudson evenings happen the third Saturday of each month. On June 20, galleries, museums, and cultural venues will be open from 6pm to 10pm, with an art mixer at the Water Street Market from 8pm to 10pm.

Kingston Farmer’s Market
Every Saturday morning, from 9am to 2pm, through November 21, over 30 vendors sell produce, meats, cheeses, and artisanal foods on Wall Street in Uptown Kingston.

Global Medicine Show and Earth Concert

Music, prayers, healing ceremonies, stories, speakers, and exhibits focusing on the environment and spirituality at the Bearsville Theater on June 20.

Hudson Valley Green Drinks

This month’s installment of the moveable sustainable networking event is at Terrapin Catering at Dinsmore in Staatsburg on June 10.

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