Second Saturday Time in Beacon Tomorrow

Monthly event always draws a crowd

The once-a-month co-mingling of gallery openings, special events and general conviviality that signals Second Saturday in Beacon takes place this Saturday, June 9.  The following is a listing of what’s happening that day and night; for more details on the individual events and their exact location, visit beaconarts.org.

Cup and Saucer Tea House: new show by fine artist Sally Franklin debuts Sat. June 9, through June 30

Beacon Arts member Carla Springer: Debut album release event, Howland Cultural Center, June 9 at 7 p.m.

bau 90: High Society, new work by Michael Gaydos, opening June 9, reception 6 to 9 p.m., through July 8

Hudson Valley Light – Oil paintings by Paul Abrams, RiverWinds Gallery June 9, opening reception 5 to 8 p.m.; through July 9

Marion Royael Gallery: Opening reception/party for James Gwynne, Alexander Percy exhibit – June 9, 6 to 10 p.m.

Beacon Arts Member Thom Joyce featured in Music on the Squares, Second Saturday, 1 p.m., June 9, corner of Cross and Main Streets

Blackbird Attic: Julianna Swaney – Secret Messages, opening June 9; exhibit thru July 9.

Dia:Beacon Gallery Talks – Fionn Meade on Joseph Beuys, June 9, @ 2 p.m.

Zero Waste garden tour: June 9 at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Faith in Art Gallery Opening: Who Do You Say That I Am? – Discovering Images of God-with-Us in the Gospel of Luke, First Presbyterian Church, Jun 9, 4 to 6 p.m.

Hudson Beach Glass – Donald Alter: Chromatic TalesPart 1 and 2 Paintings, Drawings, Prints through July 5

Max’s On Main Update – Live music in the evening

Scenic Hudson’s River Center – Second Annual Great Hudson River Exhibition, through June 24​

Mad Dooley Gallery – Melissa McGill, Recent Projects, extended through June 10​​

Vintage Cafe Open Late on Second Saturdays​

Harnessing the Hudson, Waterwheels to Turbines, at Beacon Institute Gallery, through Oct. 7


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