Towne Crier books final Pawling show, June 9

The Towne Crier has booked its final Pawling show. A note in the Towne Crier calendar newsletter:

Dear Friends,

Our 25-year run in Pawling is nearing its end. Our last show, on June 9, will feature the Grand Slambovians, who got their start here and have been one of our most popular performers over the years.

We are looking forward to our move from the southeast corner of Dutchess County to the southwest corner — smack in the center of Beacon, at 379 Main Street. If you’re unfamiliar with Beacon or haven’t been there in a while, it’s enjoying a renaissance, with the world-class Dia Museum, galleries, restaurants and shops. Many musicians are making the city their new home. Beacon has made us feel welcome, and we are very excited to be part of this blossoming community.

Beacon isn’t that far away, and we know you’ll want to check out our brand-spanking-new digs once all the construction is complete. In the mean time, we still have some great shows coming up in Pawling. So, be sure to check out our calendar and make it a point to visit us during our last few weekends before we close for a little while — you’ll need a dose of Towne Crier Cafe to hold you over till we reopen in Beacon!

Peace on Earth,

The spot in Beacon is coming along, though it’s behind a bunch of storefront signs. Needless to say, when the Crier opens its doors on Main Street, it’ll signal a big win for Beacon.

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