Either way, come to Gleasons in Peekskill this Friday, December 5th, to celebrate its demise. What a stupid idea (prohibition, that is) in this poster’s opinion.
They’re adding some more prohibition-era cocktails to the menu, so come and enjoy.
Myfav will be added : the Sidecar!
After you go to the crazy cool art opening at 2nd Nature, of course!
New York State annual Sheep and Wool Festival is this weekend—October 18 & 19—at the Dutchess County Fairgrounds in Rhinebeck.
Check it out at www.sheepandwool.com.
Where else can you get a bacon, lettuce and mutton while knitting a scarf? (Bacon, lettuce, and mutton not necessarily a real thing.)
But you can buy lamb and wool. Get yourself a golden fleece.
The 3rd annual Hudson Hop and Harvest is this Saturday, October 4, 2014 at the Peekskill Riverfront from 2p-9p. It will be hosted by Peekskill’s own Peekskill Brewery , 107.1 WSPK The Peak Radio Station and 100.7 WHUD Radio Station. Admissions is free and food and drink are pay as you go. There will be craft beer, live music, farm-to-table food and even a farmers market.
This year the Hop and Harvest will be going green. They are are asking all visitors to follow the Carry in/Carry out rules to reduce the garbage at the festival. The web site also says that all cups and serveware will be compostable. You can learn more about recycling and composting at the festival from Zero to Go.
Live acts include Whiskey Heart, Scars on 45, Twin Forks, and Rebecca Haviland. For more information, visit the festival’s website and Facebook page.
From Mother Jones: 40 percent of restaurant workers live in near-poverty. What’s more, it turns out that restaurants aren’t much of a meritocracy after all; there’s no real chance of a dishwasher ever making it up the chain. Fascinating and sobering reading–and it makes me wonder, how do Peekskill’s establishments–high-end and not–compare?