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Chronogram Seen: December 2010 



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 December.

Brawl Ball
Rub elbows with the ladies of the Hudson Valley Broads Regional Arm Wrestling League at the Brawl Ball on December 3 at Bridgewater Bar & Grill in Kingston. Dance till you drop with DJ Wa. www.hudsonvalleybrawl.com

Christmas in Little Italy
Enjoy the aroma of warm chestnuts and creamy egg nog at the Little Italy Street Festival in the Mount Carmel neighborhood of Poughkeepsie on December 3 from 3-7:30pm. The Bernstein Brothers will perform a Christma s concert at 8pm at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church.

Iron Grad 2: The Return 
The Rhinecliff Hotel's over-the-top culinary competition returns to Stadium Kitchen Rhinecliff on December 7 at 6:30pm. Special guests include Iron Grad Master Chef Jamie Perry from Another Fork in the Road in Milan.
www.therhinecliff.com

Hudson Valley Green Drinks
The holiday party for the moveable sustainable networking event for the eco-fabulous and the eco-curious will be held at Nu-Cavu Restaurant in Wallkill on December 8 at 6:30pm. www.hvgreendrinks.org

click to enlarge Chefs competing in Iron Grad II: The Return at the Rhinecliff Hotel on November 16. - RICH  GOLDSMITH
  • Rich Goldsmith
  • Chefs competing in Iron Grad II: The Return at the Rhinecliff Hotel on November 16.
click to enlarge Chefs competing in Iron Grad II: The Return at the Rhinecliff Hotel on November 16. - RUTH  SAMUELS
  • Ruth Samuels
  • Chefs competing in Iron Grad II: The Return at the Rhinecliff Hotel on November 16.
click to enlarge Chefs competing in Iron Grad II: The Return at the Rhinecliff Hotel on November 16. - BETTY  GREENWALD
  • Betty Greenwald
  • Chefs competing in Iron Grad II: The Return at the Rhinecliff Hotel on November 16.
click to enlarge Chronogram publisher Jason Stern reading at the launch party for his book Learning to be Human (Codhill Press) at BEAHIVE Kingston on November 13. - RICH  GOLDSMITH
  • Rich Goldsmith
  • Chronogram publisher Jason Stern reading at the launch party for his book Learning to be Human (Codhill Press) at BEAHIVE Kingston on November 13.
click to enlarge Chronogram publisher Jason Stern reading at the launch party for his book Learning to be Human (Codhill Press) at BEAHIVE Kingston on November 13. - RUTH  SAMUELS
  • Ruth Samuels
  • Chronogram publisher Jason Stern reading at the launch party for his book Learning to be Human (Codhill Press) at BEAHIVE Kingston on November 13.
click to enlarge Chronogram publisher Jason Stern reading at the launch party for his book Learning to be Human (Codhill Press) at BEAHIVE Kingston on November 13. - BETTY  GREENWALD
  • Betty Greenwald
  • Chronogram publisher Jason Stern reading at the launch party for his book Learning to be Human (Codhill Press) at BEAHIVE Kingston on November 13.

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