Come on down to the Beacon Sloop Club summer Corn Festival on August 12, 2012 12 noon—5pm at the Beacon Waterfront. Admission is free.
The annual Corn Festival helps raise funds for the upkeep of the club's flagship, The Woody Guthrie, and for their sailing and educational programs. The Woody, a wooden replica of a gaff-rigged Hudson River ferry sloop, will be on hand for free sails on the Hudson during the festival.
There will be live music including folk legend and environmentalist Pete Seeger. Come on down to get "Buck-an-Ear" corn. A great variety of local foods, crafts, and environmental booths.
August 12th, 12 noon—5pm (rain or shine) at the Beacon Waterfront
Other Beacon Sloop Club waterfront festivals this year.
Strawberry Festival: June 10, 12 noon—5pm
Clearwater Revival: June 16—17 (in Croton Point Park)
Living River Regatta: August 25
Pumpkin Festival: October 14, 12 noon—5pm
The Beacon Sloop Club is a non-profit, all-volunteer environmental action/education and sailing organization dedicated to cleaning up the Hudson River and its environs. The BSC festivals raise money for the public sailing program on the Woody Guthrie and other environmental education programs.