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October 2010

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gram Sponsors:
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 October.

O+ Festival 

A festival of art and music in support of health care for artists. Tracy Bonham and Phosphorescent headline at Uptown Kingston venues October 8-10. www.opositivefestival.org

Celebration of the Arts (COTA)
Over 100 artists will be showcased on Historic Huguenot Street in New Paltz from 11am-5pm on October 9.
www.celebrationofthearts.net


A Taste of Little Italy 
Stroll the streets of Poughkeepsie's Mt. Carmel neighborhood and taste the old country and enjoy live music and entertainment on October 10. (845) 483-7300

John Edgar Wideman
The award-winning writer reads from work in progress and offers reflections on the African Diaspora on October 15 at 7:30pm at Lecture Center 102 on the SUNY New Paltz campus. (845) 257-3880

Hudson Valley Green Drinks
The traveling networking event for the eco-committed meets on October 13 from 6-9pm at the River Grill on the Newburgh waterfront. www.hvgreendrinks.org



Arts for Clean Energy Expo
Dance performances, visual art, music, film screenings, and a green fair at Mountain View Studio in Woodstock on October 10 from 1-7pm. www.mtnviewstudio.com

Design by Nature Conference

Leaders in the fields of permaculture and sustainable architecture present a workshop the weekend of October 15-17 at Omega Institute in Rhinebeck. www.eomega.org

A Night of Chronogram Poetry Picks Readings

Some of the region's finest poets who've been published in Chronogram read at Inquiring Minds in New Paltz on October 16 at 7pm. (845) 255-8300.

Graham Hancock/Glenn Kreisberg Book Party
Hancock, the bestselling author of Fingerprints of the Gods, will read from his new novel, Entangled: The Eater of Souls. Glenn Kreisberg, editor of Lost Knowledge of the Ancients: A Graham Hancock Reader, will also read at BEAHIVE in Kingston on October 23 at 7pm. (201) 245-7098.

Disco of the Damned 2

On October 30, a Halloween costume and dance party at Market Market in Rosendale. www.marketmarketcafe.com

The Stillhouse Rounders performing at the launch party for "River of Words" at the Rhinecliff Hotel on Sunday, September 19. - JENNIFER MAY
  • Jennifer May
  • The Stillhouse Rounders performing at the launch party for "River of Words" at the Rhinecliff Hotel on Sunday, September 19.
Rogue Egyptologist John Anthony West delivered a presentation at BEAHIVE Kingston on Saturday, September 25 that was attended by 80 people. - JENNIFER MAY
  • Jennifer May
  • Rogue Egyptologist John Anthony West delivered a presentation at BEAHIVE Kingston on Saturday, September 25 that was attended by 80 people.
Laura Shaine Cunningham, one of the authors featured in "River of Words," reads from her memoir, "Sleeping Arrangements." - JENNIFER MAY
  • Jennifer May
  • Laura Shaine Cunningham, one of the authors featured in "River of Words," reads from her memoir, "Sleeping Arrangements."
Nancy Willard, a poet featured in "River of Words," reads from her work. - JENNIFER MAY
  • Jennifer May
  • Nancy Willard, a poet featured in "River of Words," reads from her work.
Chronogram editors Peter Aaron and Brian K. Mahoney at the "River of Words" book release event. - JENNIFER MAY
  • Jennifer May
  • Chronogram editors Peter Aaron and Brian K. Mahoney at the "River of Words" book release event.
Nick Flynn, whose photo graces the cover of "River of Words," reads from his memoir, "The Ticking Is the Bomb." - JENNIFER MAY
  • Jennifer May
  • Nick Flynn, whose photo graces the cover of "River of Words," reads from his memoir, "The Ticking Is the Bomb."
Wesley Brown reads from his work at the "River of Words" event. - JENNIFER MAY
  • Jennifer May
  • Wesley Brown reads from his work at the "River of Words" event.
Novelist and memoirist Da Chen serenades the crowd at the River of Words launch with a rendition of "Danny Boy" on the Chinese flute. - JENNIFER MAY
  • Jennifer May
  • Novelist and memoirist Da Chen serenades the crowd at the River of Words launch with a rendition of "Danny Boy" on the Chinese flute.

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