BEACON

 

Our original hive opened in May 2009 right in the heart of Beacon’s Main St in an artisan-renovated 1907 Bell Telephone building.

Wondering why BEAHIVE is spelled funny?

Our main communal room is a large, open, first-floor loft with exposed brick walls, maple floors, soaring ceilings, and nine large windows facing south, east and west. When the sun is shining it floods the space with natural light (which, studies show — surprise! — improves productivity, sleep and vitality).

Upstairs we have a handful of private resident studios, a full kitchen, and a light-filled meeting room.

Throughout we have a mix of places to work, meet, collaborate and socialize — shared and private workspaces and lounge areas, meeting space, desks and tables, sofas and armchairs.

Over the years we’ve drawn members from Beacon and surrounding towns — Newburgh, Fishkill, Cold Spring, Cornwall, Garrison, Wappingers Falls, Pawling, Poughkeepsie and beyond. See our current members and our 2009 Founding Members.

CONTACT US

 


SPACE RENTAL

Our spaces are also available to rent for events, workshops and group meetings, with flexible rates depending on the use. Note that we do not host weddings, birthdays, showers and such private parties.

BOOKINGS PAGE ➞

 


DAY PASS / $25

Just passing through and need a place to work for a day (or two or three)? You’re welcome to buy a Day Pass and get access to communal spaces. Contact us first to make sure we can accommodate you.

If you love us as much as we know you will and decide to become a member (within a month of your Day Pass), we’ll roll the cost of the Day Pass into the membership fee.

 


FIELD GOODS

The Beacon hive is a pickup location for Field Goods’ year-round, weekly small-farm fresh foods delivery. Every week you can get a bag of 5-8 vegetables, depending on which bag you choose, plus optional add-ons. Field Goods purchases everything directly from 80+ small farms in the region. All of the produce is non-GMO, and much is organic.

 


UPCOMING BEACON EVENTS

Beacon

Giving Back with Life Insurance

Wed, Oct 17

6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Learn how you can use life insurance to build a stronger future for communities and causes that are important to you. Charitable giving through life insurance can allow you to give back in a way that is flexible, cost-effective, and, in many cases, tax-efficient.  Keep Reading

Beacon

MEMBERS: Communal Coffee Klatsch

Thu, Oct 18

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

Very casual, take a break for 5 minutes or the full hour to get your bzzz on with your fellow members.  Keep Reading

Beacon

Field Goods Weekly Produce Pickup

Fri, Oct 19

2:45 PM – 5:00 PM

BEAHIVE is a pickup location for Field Goods' year-round, weekly local produce delivery. Every week you can get a bag of 5-8 vegetables, depending on which bag you choose, plus optional add-ons.  Keep Reading

Beacon

Project Drawdown Learn: Solutions-Based Approaches to Climate Change

Fri, Oct 19

6:30 PM – 10:00 PM

In 2017 Paul Hawken's Project Drawdown mapped, measured and modeled the 100 most substantive solutions to reversing global warming. The team will present an overview at Omega Institute as part of a 3-day collaborative event, Drawdown Learn. We're live-streaming the opening session and having a discussion of local initiatives.  Keep Reading

Beacon

Field Goods Weekly Produce Pickup

Fri, Oct 26

2:45 PM – 5:00 PM

BEAHIVE is a pickup location for Field Goods' year-round, weekly local produce delivery. Every week you can get a bag of 5-8 vegetables, depending on which bag you choose, plus optional add-ons.  Keep Reading

Beacon

Beacon Film Society Presents: Netizens

Sun, Oct 28

7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Doors: 6:30 PM. Netizens exposes the proliferation of cyber harassment faced by women, spreading from the web to the most intimate corners of their lives. Q&A with director/producer Cynthia Lowen after the screening.  Keep Reading

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See all upcoming events on our events page.

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