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Welcome to Beattie-Powers Place  


Since 2005, The Friends of Beattie-Powers Place has transformed what had become a neglected site into an inviting oasis. Walk, picnic, enjoy the well-tended gardens and winter sledding. Choose a bench and take in the changing seasons, the Hudson River and Rip Van Winkle Bridge. Looking East across the river, enjoy a magnificent view of Olana, home of Hudson River School painter Frederic Church. Open dawn to dusk, the park is open to all, year-round. Share your email with us and never miss a moment at BeattieWe hope to see you soon!

First Concert of 2023!

in an all German concert consisting of the poetry of Goethe and
Schumann’s song cycle “Myr
This is your opportunity to hear young singers before they become tod
ay's STARS!

Sunday, Feb. 5th at 3pm


No RSVP necessary. Recommended $10 donation is appreciated.

On-site parking is limited to those requiring handicapped access, so please park outside and walk into

the site if possible.

Questions, comments? Email  

Beattie-Powers Programs are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.


Concerts and lectures in a unique setting

Spring through fall, Beattie's intimate parlors have hosted live events for the public. Fans of jazz, chamber music, and bluegrass can enjoy first-rate concerts by renowned artists and brilliant students. Ideas are discussed, too, with talks by experts on topics such as landscape design, preservation and baseball history. Please click here for recordings from recent events on our YouTube channel.

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2023 event schedule

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