Saturday, February 9
Discounted accommodations available courtesy The Wick, Hudson’s newest boutique hotel. $199/night (double queen and single king bedrooms) with no minimum night stay when you call 1-888-236-2427 by Feb 1 to make a reservation and use “Jarry Mag Release Party.” Book soon—offer valid only while bedrooms are available.
Info + RSVP below
255 Warren St, Hudson, NY
Limited Capacity—RSVP below!
All profits from sales of Issue 6 (both at event, and at link below) will be donated to the Albany Damien Center’s Smart Meals Program (see below for more info).
Enjoy dinner following the event at one of Hudson’s many delicious restaurants, and then meet us at The Half Moon at 9:30 PM (details below).
48 S Front St, Hudson, NY
No RSVP Necessary.
Full listing of Brooklyn- and Hudson-based performers to be announced.
$10 Cover and all Issue 6 sales at the event (or at link below) benefit Albany Damien Center’s Smart Meals Program (see below for more info).
You may select at checkout to have the issue shipped to you or a gift recipient now, or held for pickup at one of the Hudson events.
The Albany Damien Center is a resource center designed to improve health, reduce stress, and increase the quality of life in a supportive atmosphere for individuals and families living with and affected by HIV/AIDS in 17 upstate New York counties. Learn more about the Smart Meals Program below.
Profits from this sale of Issue 6 will benefit Albany Damien Center’s Smart Meals Program.
The Albany Damien Center’s Smart Meals Program addresses hunger and food insecurity for people affected by HIV by providing an education program that teaches people how to improve their nutritional well-being. Members receive nutritious meals, education, and resources aimed at improving their diet quality and physical activity, food safety, food security, and shopping behavior/resource management. Smart Meals improves nutrition for individuals and families living with HIV and AIDS in the 17 county upstate NY region through 3 education programs:
Community Meal Program: Members enjoy restaurant-quality lunches and dinners served weekdays. A registered dietitian is available to provide dietary assessments and counseling.
Grocery Education Program: Members receive a weekly grocery bag that includes food and recipes to prepare meals at home.
Food Voucher Program: Vouchers are distributed monthly to members and dependent children and can be used at grocery stores to purchase nutritious food.
2 Note photo by Cara Howe.