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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 May.

Hudson Valley Green Drinks
The traveling networking event for the eco-committed meets at the Rhinecliff Hotel on May 12, from 6:30 to 9pm, and will feature a presentation by Judith LaBelle, president of Glynwood.
www.hvgreendrinks.org

Safe Harbors on the Hudson Off-Brodway Run/Walk
Newburgh's Safe Harbors on the Hudson is hosting its fourth annual 5K run/walk to raise money for its residential and arts programs on May 16.
(845) 562-6940; www.safe-harbors.org

click to enlarge Cabot Parsons, chair of the City of Beacon’s Arts and Cultural Development Committee; Megan Whilden, director of the Office of Cultural Development for Pittsfield, MA; and Nancy Donskoj, Kingston’s Main Street Manager, discuss culture as an economic stimulus at the Beahive in Kingston on April 19, the inaugural event in Chronogram’s Local Living Economy Speaker Series. - Photo by Daniel Fiege.
  • Cabot Parsons, chair of the City of Beacon’s Arts and Cultural Development Committee; Megan Whilden, director of the Office of Cultural Development for Pittsfield, MA; and Nancy Donskoj, Kingston’s Main Street Manager, discuss culture as an economic stimulus at the Beahive in Kingston on April 19, the inaugural event in Chronogram’s Local Living Economy Speaker Series.Photo by Daniel Fiege.

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