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Welcome to Beattie-Powers Place
Since 2005, The Friends of Beattie-Powers Place has worked to transform what had become a neglected site into an inviting oasis. Walk, picnic, enjoy the 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. Spring through Fall our intimate parlors are the unique setting for first-rate jazz, classical, and bluegrass music concerts and lectures, from landscape design to baseball history. And be sure to add your email to our list, and never miss a moment at Beattie!
Beattie-Powers Place, overlooking the Hudson River, will present abstract monotypes by Michel Goldberg, mixed media fiber art by K. Velis Turan, painted maps and narrative scrolls by Edward Rothfarb, and cartoons by New Yorker staff cartoonist David Sipress. We look forward to seeing you! Learn more here.
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