Event includes panel on boosting winter business

The Cold Spring Area Chamber of Commerce October mixer will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 23, at Glynwood Farm, 362 Glynwood Road (off Route 301), Cold Spring.

The mixer includes a panel discussion comprised of local business leaders with the focus on how to boost business in the Philipstown area during slow winter months. An open forum on business-boosting ideas and collaboration opportunities will be moderated. Chamber and non-chamber members are encouraged to attend, to enhance the discussion with a broader field of ideas.

Event cost will be $25 for chamber members/$30 for non-members and guests. Appetizers from Glynwood will be served. This event is BYOB — please bring a local wine or local beer to share.

The Pantry will offer 20 percent off growler fills and an additional 10 percent off mix-and-match purchases; Yanitelli, and Cold Spring General Store will offer 10 percent off beer and wine purchases with proof of ticket purchase.

Visit coldspringareachamber.org to make advanced mixer payments by Oct. 20. Price at the door is $30 per person.

The Cold Spring Area Chamber of Commerce was incorporated more than 100 years ago and represents small business owners, nonprofit organizations, and professionals in many fields throughout the Town of Philipstown in Putnam County. The chamber sponsors events, provides opportunities for local businesses to network and learn from one another, and engages in projects and activities designed to make the community a better place.

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