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JOIN THE HIVE. GET DECEMBER FREE.
We haven't done this before but lights, sweet-smelling wreaths and merry music put us in a mood. Pay for at least one month of membership and get December free. Any level. (New members only.) Membership details: Beacon / Kingston.
OPEN HIVE - KINGSTON LAUNCH ORIENTATION
We're finally ready to welcome Kingston members next week. So we're having another little soirée to introduce the space and all things BEAHIVE. This is both for folks who did not make the first one — and for those already, um, orientated who want to see the space more put together. Thursday, Dec. 10. RSVP on Meetup.
OPEN HIVE HOLIDAY PARTY
We love the holidays. We love parties. Voilà. We're partnering with member Kelly Kingman's Beacon Citizen Network to celebrate, BEAHIVE-style, in Beacon.
Live music and DJs. Food from local farms. Mulled wine and cider. Silent auction fundraiser for our friends Fovea, the social issue photojournalism gallery (with work from local photographers).
Join the merriness. People will talk about this. Second Saturday, 7PM onwards. Details.
OPEN HIVE / FILM - THE AGE OF STUPID
Apologies for the late notice but we have another special OPEN HIVE / film this month (WEDNESDAY NIGHT). Last month, industrial food. This month, climate change.
Greenpeace lead activist Stephen Johnson is joining us to screen The Age of Stupid. He organized a similar screening at our Kingston location as part of the 350.org International Day of Climate Action in October. Roughly 60 people attended.
Welcome to our two new "interns": Cecilie Rindom and Chelsea Mozen.
Cecilie is a multilingual Danish singer and musician, writer, dancer, model. She's performing at our holiday party.
Chelsea is director of programs (and co-founder) of Just Foreign Policy, an advocacy NGO. She has directed campaigns against the IMF and the World Bank and has an MA in Economics from the New School.
Art consultant Dorothy Solomon of DSA Fine Arts curated an environmentally themed exhibition, "Altering Perceptions" that opened recently in the lobby of a 28-story building at 499 Park Ave, NYC.
Kelly Kingman has a story about student life at the Culinary Institute of America (CIA) in the Nov. 15 issue of American Way ("If You Can’t Stand the Heat …"). She stayed in a campus dorm for a couple nights and went to a bunch of classes and a late-night DQ run with students.
Mara Farrell graces the cover of this month's Hudson Valley Magazine. She made its People to Watch list as a "Community Activist" for her work with the Fishkill Supply Depot.
These are the kinds of folks who buzz at the hive.
Join the hive. Rent the hive. Hire the hive. Engage.