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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 August.



Artists' Soapbox Derby
Sweet 16 for the kinetic sculpture parade held on August 22 at 1pm in Kingston's Rondout. Kudos to the Donskojs! www.artistsoapboxderby.com

Phoenicia Festival of the Voice
The first Phoenicia Festival of the Voice, the brainchild of local opera singers looking to showcase world-class talent in the Catskills, sings out August 13 to 15 in Phoenicia. www.phoeniciavoicefest.com

Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival
Through Labor Day, three plays in repertory at Boscobel in Garrison: "Troilus and Cressida," "The Taming of the Shrew," and "Bombitty of Errors."  www.hvshakespeare.org

FourEver Graffiti Exhibition at Dream in Plastic
Dream in Plastic celebrates its one-year anniversary in Beacon with a group show of noted graffiti artists. An opening reception will be held on August 14 from 6-9pm.  www.dreaminplastic.com

click to enlarge Keith Streng of The Fleshtones rocking out on the waterfront at Beacon Riverfest on June 26. - ROB PENNER
  • Rob Penner
  • Keith Streng of The Fleshtones rocking out on the waterfront at Beacon Riverfest on June 26.
click to enlarge Keith Streng of The Fleshtones rocking out on the waterfront at Beacon Riverfest on June 26. - FRANC PALAIA
  • Franc Palaia
  • Keith Streng of The Fleshtones rocking out on the waterfront at Beacon Riverfest on June 26.
click to enlarge Keith Streng of The Fleshtones rocking out on the waterfront at Beacon Riverfest on June 26. - JOHN WALDIE
  • John Waldie
  • Keith Streng of The Fleshtones rocking out on the waterfront at Beacon Riverfest on June 26.
click to enlarge Common Greens mobile farmers’ market at the kick-off event for their second season on July 9. A partnership between Common Ground Farm and the Green Teens Community Gardening Program, Common Greens brings affordable, fresh produce to Beacon residents. - ROB PENNER
  • Rob Penner
  • Common Greens mobile farmers’ market at the kick-off event for their second season on July 9. A partnership between Common Ground Farm and the Green Teens Community Gardening Program, Common Greens brings affordable, fresh produce to Beacon residents.
click to enlarge Common Greens mobile farmers’ market at the kick-off event for their second season on July 9. A partnership between Common Ground Farm and the Green Teens Community Gardening Program, Common Greens brings affordable, fresh produce to Beacon residents. - FRANC PALAIA
  • Franc Palaia
  • Common Greens mobile farmers’ market at the kick-off event for their second season on July 9. A partnership between Common Ground Farm and the Green Teens Community Gardening Program, Common Greens brings affordable, fresh produce to Beacon residents.
click to enlarge Common Greens mobile farmers’ market at the kick-off event for their second season on July 9. A partnership between Common Ground Farm and the Green Teens Community Gardening Program, Common Greens brings affordable, fresh produce to Beacon residents. - JOHN WALDIE
  • John Waldie
  • Common Greens mobile farmers’ market at the kick-off event for their second season on July 9. A partnership between Common Ground Farm and the Green Teens Community Gardening Program, Common Greens brings affordable, fresh produce to Beacon residents.
click to enlarge Noah Sheetz, executive chef for New York’s Governor’s Mansion, grilling on the Mid-Hudson Bridge for an episode of “Green Peas TV” (www.greenpeastv.com). - ROB PENNER
  • Rob Penner
  • Noah Sheetz, executive chef for New York’s Governor’s Mansion, grilling on the Mid-Hudson Bridge for an episode of “Green Peas TV” (www.greenpeastv.com).
click to enlarge Noah Sheetz, executive chef for New York’s Governor’s Mansion, grilling on the Mid-Hudson Bridge for an episode of “Green Peas TV” (www.greenpeastv.com). - FRANC PALAIA
  • Franc Palaia
  • Noah Sheetz, executive chef for New York’s Governor’s Mansion, grilling on the Mid-Hudson Bridge for an episode of “Green Peas TV” (www.greenpeastv.com).
click to enlarge Noah Sheetz, executive chef for New York’s Governor’s Mansion, grilling on the Mid-Hudson Bridge for an episode of “Green Peas TV” (www.greenpeastv.com). - JOHN WALDIE
  • John Waldie
  • Noah Sheetz, executive chef for New York’s Governor’s Mansion, grilling on the Mid-Hudson Bridge for an episode of “Green Peas TV” (www.greenpeastv.com).

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