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Chronogram Conversations: Kingston

October 12, 2017: 7:00PM to 9:00PM
Hudson River Maritime Museum, 50 Rondout Landing, Kingston, NY 12401. 50 Rondout Landing, Kingston, NY 12401 map

The Chronogram magazine and Luminary Media team welcome the public to participate in the next event in their networking and regional discussion series. Chronogram Conversations: Kingston will occur on Thursday, October 12th, from 7 – 9 p.m. in the historic Rondout. We’ll board the Pennsy 399 barge—docked at the Maritime Museum—for an intimate evening with fellow community leaders, locals influencers and creative types. RSVP here.

Panelists for the discussion include: 

  • Suzanne Holt, Director, Ulster County Economic Development Alliance
  • Lynn Woods, “The Lost Rondout” co-producer/co-director
  • Michael Muyot, president, CRD Analytics
  • Jennifer Schwartz-Berky, Urban Planner/Legislator, Hone Strategic
  • Rebecca Rojer, filmmaker, board member, Ulster People for Justice and Democracy

As part of the SS Columbia’s “Hudson River Stories” barge tour, Chronogram’s Editorial Director Brian K. Mahoney will moderate a spirited conversation with these thought leaders on the subject: “New Paradigms in Economic Development: How our Past can Inform our Future.” All attendees will then be invited to join the discussion.

Admission is FREE, but you are required to RSVP here, at the link.

This Conversations event, the 8th of the year, is an opportunity for local businesses to shine through sponsorship, as well as learn about marketing opportunities in an upcoming issue of Chronogram. Email [email protected] or the Kingston account executive, Anne Wygal ([email protected]) for information on spotlighting your brand at this event and in Chronogram’s multiple content channels.

WHERE: The barge will be tied up behind the Hudson River Maritime Museum, at 50 Rondout Landing, Kingston, NY 1240150 Rondout Landing, Kingston, NY 12401

Check out the video from our recent New Paltz Conversations by clicking here. 
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