1. S A M P L E S A L E!
We’re having our first ever sample sale at KAIGHT Beacon! Shop fall styles, samples and older merchandise of favorite brands like Po - Em, HFredriksson, Etc Noir and LOUP at significantly discounted prices
Friday Feb. 15 - Feb. 28. Come early as there will be only a few sizes in select styles available.
KAIGHT - 512 Main St., Beacon, NY
2 . T H E M U S I C.
Music has been always been an integral part of the Beacon community. Legendary venues such as the Towne Crier, which hosted artists including Suzanne Vega, Shawn Colvin and Bela Fleck in their early days, offer live music most nights of the week.
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3. T H E E S C A P E.
It’s remarkable how distant the city can feel a mere 50 miles north of Manhattan. In a little more than a hour, one can experience a true escape and tap into the tranquility of the Hudson Valley. In the winter, a calm blankets the area and it’s the ideal time to recharge, reconnect with oneself (and loved ones) and reignite any creativity dimmed by the city’s cacophony. Check-out and check-in to one of the many great places to stay, including the Inn & Spa At Beacon, which was recently described by VOGUE
as a “dream getaway for New Yorkers”.
4. T H E A R T .
Beacon is home to several galleries, in addition to DIA:Beacon. Located on the banks of the Hudson River, DIA houses contemporary art (from 1960s to present) in a former Nabisco box printing factory. The broad, open floorplan and the more than 34,000 square feet of skylights have earned it the nickname the “daylight museum”. Whether a fan of contemporary art or not, the building itself is worth a visit and stands as a reminder to Beacon’s manufacturing past.
5. T H E B O O Z E.
While Beacon is home to plenty of bars and restaurants, we recommend warming up in one of Beacon;s two micro-breweries: Hudson Valley Brewery and 2 Way Brewing Company. Or, check out the artisanal spirits crafted at Denning’s Point Distillery.