Below you will find a collection of press articles about the Chatham area. Check back frequently for the latest news.
IMBY.com, April 2017
PS21: Performance Spaces for the 21st Century is happy to announce its 2017 program of music, dance, and live theater under the beautiful saddlespan tent.
NEWS10 ABC, April 2017
Chatham Animal Shelter is a rescue farm where neglected, abused, or surrendered animals can live a happy and healthy life/
Berkshire Eagle, April 2017
The deadline for high-school musicians to apply for the 2017 Uel Wade Music Scholarship is Sunday, April 9.
Berkshire Eagle, March 2017
The Mac-Haydn Theatre will hold auditions for the upcoming summer season on Saturday, April 1, for children ages 15 and under, and Saturday, April 8, for adults ages 16 and older.
IMBY.com February 2017
Good things are happening in Chatham on Sundays. Whether you’re looking for a tasty meal, thought-provoking art, a first run movie, or the best shopping in the county, there is plenty to do, see and eat. Many offices and banks are closed Sundays, so there is ample parking on the street and in municipal lots.
CBSAlbany.com January 2017
The Village of Chatham tries to make a dent in the opioid addiction crisis.
Read the article by Torie Wells.
Architectural Digest January 2017.
Design-industry veterans transform a dilapidated center-hall Federal in North Chatham, NY with period-appropriate details.
Read the article by Fan Winston with photos by Richard Powers.
Pick up your Winterfest Word Hop form at any one of these participating locations. You can start anywhere. Remember all completed forms must be returned to Beach & Bartolo by 4pm on Saturday, December 10.
American Pie, 41 Main Street
Banner Clothing House, 19 Main Street
Beach & Bartolo Realtors, 34 Main Street
benGablesavories, 17 Central Square
Bimi’s Cheese Shop, 21 Main Street
Boxwood Linen, 22 Main Street
Browns Emporium Inc, 37 Main Street
Chatham Bookstore, 27 Main Street
Chatham Brewing, 59 Main Street
Chatham Café & Deli, 41 Main Street
Chatham Wine & Liquor, 53 Main Street
Columbia Land Conservancy, 49 Main Street
Crow Cottage, 3 Railroad Avenue
Jeweler’s Roost, 9 Hudson Avenue
The Gluten Free Bakery (Our Daily Bread), 54 Main Street
Montifiore Gallery, 12 Main Street
Our Daily Bread Deli, 116 Hudson Avenue
Our Community Cares, 25 Hudson Avenue
Park Row Art Gallery, 2 Park Row
Pookstyle: thoughtful gifts, 2 Park Row
Pookstyle Home, 2 Park Row
Prepared NY, 20 Main Street
R.H. Van Alstyne Fine Jewelry, 42 Main Street
ReWraps, 32 Main Street
Somthinsgottagive, 5 Main Street
Stone House Properties, 9 Main Street
Taste Box, 17 Main Street
The Kinderhook Group, 2 Park Row
The People’s Pub, 36 Main Street
The Warm Ewe, 31 Main Street
Victoria DiNardo Millinery, 14 Main Street
Willow & Oak, 1 Main Street
[CHATHAM, NY] Chatham’s fourteenth annual WinterFest will be held Saturday, December 10. Storefronts and display windows are decorated and plans are underway for special events, activities and holidays sales.
Entertainment highlights include a storybook reading, free film screening for kids, and live music. Judy Staber and Thomas Chulak will read “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” at the Chatham Bookstore, 27 Main Street, at 11:00am. “Lost in the Woods,” a 4-piece recorder and string ensemble will perform at the North River Gallery at 34A Main Street, from 1:30 to 3:00pm. The Crandell Theatre will present a screening of the classic holiday film “Home Alone” at 2:00pm.
Returning for the second year is “Winterfest Word Hop,” a free game where participants collect words that are posted indoors throughout the village. All correctly completed forms get entered in a free drawing for a holiday gift basket of donated items from local merchants. Pick up a Winterfest Word Hop form at participating merchants and return the completed form to Beach & Bartolo Realtors, 34 Main Street.
In addition to holiday sales throughout the village, other activities will include a craft project and activities, a photo booth, and live music. Check the Winterfest Page of our website often to keep abreast of the latest developments.
Times Union October 2016
Chatham, NY was ranked the safest. Violent crimes per 100,000 residents: 0
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