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Chronogram Seen: March 2010 

click to enlarge Ruth Reichl signs copies of "Not Becoming My Mother" at the Woodstock Writers Festival on Saturday, February 13 at the Kleinert/James Art Center. - Photo by Siobhan Schneidman.
  • Ruth Reichl signs copies of "Not Becoming My Mother" at the Woodstock Writers Festival on Saturday, February 13 at the Kleinert/James Art Center.Photo by Siobhan Schneidman.


Chronogram Sponsors:

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 what we're sponsoring in March.


Playing the Game of Google:

Marketing Coach Doug Motel offers a full day seminar "Playing the Game of Google," on March 27 at the Beahive in Kingston. Motel will reveal insider tips on getting to the top of the search engines. www.playingthegames.com

Hudson Valley Green Drinks:

The traveling network event for the eco-committed meets at River Grill in Newburgh on March 10, from 6:30-9pm. www.hvgreendrinks.org

Women's Studio Workshop Auction:

An online benefit for the Rosendale-based arts powerhouse, featuring an auction of artwork from local arts luminaries, takes place March 15 through April 15. www.wsworkshop.org/auction

Hudson Valley Hunger Banquet:

Eleven hunger relief organizations are collaborating to host a benefit to raise awareness of those in need at Backstage Studio Productions in Kingston on March 28. www.queensgalley.org

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