The opening of the Walkway Over the Hudson on Saturday, October 3, as viewed from the Poughkeepsie
side of the bridge. It’s estimated that 40,000 visited the Walkway during the initial weekend of festivities.
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's some of what we’re sponsoring in November.
Iraq: Making Peace with Many Truths
On November 6 at the Marbletown Community Center, Chronogram senior editor Lorna Tychostup shares experiences, photos, and insight about Iraq in a talk and slideshow with Q&A to follow. (845) 687-8726.
The 5th annual Vampyre Ball takes place at the Basement in Kingston on November 7. Mandatory black attire. Dress to kill! (845) 340-0220.
Chronogram Beahive Orientation & Introduction
On November 9, hear about a new kind of collaborative workshop that Chronogram and Beacon's Beahive founder Scott Tillit are creating downstairs from Chronogram HQ at 314 Wall St. in Kingston. www.beahivekingston.com.
Ann Citron directs Jane Martin's play of linked monologues at the Rosendale Theater in Rosendale on November 13 and 14. (845) 658-8563.