Celebrate Local Business | February 2021 | Sponsored | Art of Business | Hudson Valley | Chronogram Magazine
Last Updated: 02/02/2021 8:54 am

Now more than ever it's important to celebrate and support local organizations benefiting the Hudson Valley community. Last year, Chronogram Media opened applications for our Community Grants Program offering discounted and complimentary advertising for non-profit organizations and BIPOC and Women-Owned businesses. Each month we'll be highlighting some of our partners in our pages and we invite you to join us in supporting them!


Breathe Studio

Has a vision to provide high-quality, small group classes in a beautiful space with the opportunity for members to become part of a growing community. Breatherhinebeck.com

Liberi School

A holistic, contemporary one-room schoolhouse model with a mission to liberate children and teachers to think freely, embrace creativity, be themselves, and imagine their lives in the context of humanity. Liberischool.org


Putnam Arts Council

Promotes, fosters, and encourages the arts in all forms in and around Putnam County and provides leadership in the development of arts organizations in the region. Putnamartscouncil.com

RebelBase, Inc.

Now more than ever, our schools and organizations need to foster 21st century skills, and RebelBase injects experiential learning directly into project collaboration. Rebelbase.co


Rockland Center for the Arts

Dedicated to inspiring, educating, and enriching the community through the arts and providing opportunities to experience and participate in the cultural life of our region. Rocklandartcenter.org



Developing the creative mind of youth and empowering the wise senior. Our business serves the New York metropolitan area. Trajectup.com

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