MAD Newsletter | June 8, 2017
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News, views and other tidbits about MAD
Leslie Bender shares her thoughts on creation, inspiration, mentoring and staying true to your own artistic nature in this month’s Artist Interview.
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Follow the MAD Map into the heart of Kingston’s 1st Saturday openings—from Midtown to the Rondout and beyond. Some highlights…

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UPAC will be closed for the summer—then open year-round, starting this fall—and Bob Dylan’s performing at The Hutton Brickyards!

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Hop On, Hop Off!
Summer Shuttle Bus – Perfect for 1st Saturday!
Saturdays, noon to 9pm
$2.00 All day service
Continuous loop covers Uptown and Downtown
Uptown pickups begin at the top of each hour (North Front Street municipal lots) and Downtown pickups are on the half hour (Heritage Area Visitors Center), with regular pickup points all along the route. Visit for shuttle schedule.


Help launch The Kingston Midtown Arts District! The first 100 individuals to contribute $50.00 will be immortalized as the MAD 100 whose support helped launch the Arts District. YOU can be one of 100 visionaries who are helping to recreate Midtown Kingston.

Click here and be number 100 to join and win a $20 gift certificate for lunch at Pakt! 

What is MAD?
The Kingston Midtown Arts District seeks to unite, revitalize, and enrich the community through the arts. We are building upon the City’s reputation as an arts-friendly place in which to live, work and play, and the more than 400 artists and arts enterprises already operating in Midtown, to ensure inclusive and equitable community development and economic revitalization for everyone living and working in Midtown.

For more information, send us a note and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.

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