ORANGE COUNTY TOURISM SUMMIT
presented by the
ORANGE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
ORANGE COUNTY TOURISM
HONORARY CO-CHAIR U.S. SENATOR CHUCK SCHUMER
WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 2015
HARNESS RACING MUSEUM & HALL OF FAME
240 MAIN STREET, GOSHEN
The purpose of the summit is to ensure that local businesses are able to capitalize on the potential economic impact of the new casino coming to Sullivan County. With more visitors set to pass through Orange County as a result of the casino, it is important for the county and its businesses to develop a comprehensive strategy to ensure that they benefit from the eventual tourism uptick.
Orange County Chamber of Commerce
30 Scott’s Corners Drive
Montgomery, NY 12549
For those of you who missed it, attached is the Times Herald Record article by
Leonard Sparks on our Newburgh Professional & Business Association May 20th meeting.
Does safety and security in the City of Newburgh impact your business, your neighbors, your family and your quality of life?
Join us on May 20th to learn about the challenges, the efforts and the successes related to safety and security in the City of Newburgh.
& Business Association
Newburgh Professional & Business Association May Meeting
Safety and Security in the City of Newburgh
Challenges, Efforts and Successes
Wednesday, May 20th
Nimai’s Bliss Kitchen
94 South Robinson Avenue, Newburgh
5:00 pm to 6:00 pm – Networking & Dinner (available at discounted prices but optional)
6:00 pm to 7:00 pm – Program – Safety and Security in the City of Newburgh
7:00 pm to 7:30 pm – Q & A and Networking
Speaker – Daniel Cameron – City of Newburgh Acting Police Chief
Theme related professionals from the following organizations will be in attendance:
Orange County District Attorney’s Office
TEAM Newburgh Coalition
Newburgh Armory Unity Center
St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital
Mount Saint Mary College
SUNY Orange Newburgh Campus
Newburgh Enlarged City School District
Free to the Public
Wonderful meeting tonight. Learned about the upcoming Newburgh Illuminated festival on June 20th (for more info click here) and other events in Newburgh in the near future. Attendance was 50 people! Watch for information about our next General Meeting on May 20 either here at www.newburghpba.org or on our FaceBook page.
Reminder about our Newburgh Professional & Business Association meeting Wednesday, April 15th at 5:30 pm at 21 Liberty Street in Newburgh.
Stop in and learn the reason for all of the excitement about this year’s Newburgh Illuminated Festival.
Also, find out about another new business for the City of Newburgh. The Shrimp Farm that’s going in at the 21 Liberty Street facility.
Join us for another great Newburgh Professional & Business Association networking event.
The event is free to the public and light snacks and beverages will be served compliments of our sponsors at the Motorcyclepedia Museum and the Umbra Sound Stages.
Have you heard about the 2015 Newburgh Illuminated Festival?
Is it just a celebration of 150 years of Newburgh from one of the most beautiful views along the Hudson River on Saturday June 20th? Or is it much, much more?
The Newburgh Professional & Business Association is holding a community meeting on Wednesday, April 15th from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm at 21 Liberty Street in Newburgh.
Meet festival organizers, sponsors and community leaders (at the former Resnick building) on April 15th and hear the latest news about the festival’s 12 hours of live music, a wide variety of quality food and many other exciting surprises that you will experience during Newburgh’s signature entertainment event of the year, this June 20th in downtown Newburgh.
Celebrate the spirit of entrepreneurship here in the Hudson Valley AND Women’s History Month!
The Newburgh Professional & Business Association has brought together a dynamic roster of Newburgh based female entrepreneurs to share their journey and insights on making it work in Newburgh and beyond.
Learn from Newburgh based professionals in the business of: Health + Wellness, Educational Services, Intellectual Property Law, Strategic Planing + Brand and Business Development, Recycling + Creative Industries!
Moderated by Ozioma (BurnBright International)
Stacie Laskin (Global Recycling)
Ferry Godmother productions
Doors open at 5:00 PM
Show starts at 5:30 PM
In lieu of our regular General Meeting, the NPBA is going to see a unique performance troupe, Zip Zap Circus at Safe Harbor’s Lobby at the Ritz, 107 Broadway. The performance is free, but donations are welcome and will benefit Safe Harbors of the Hudson and Zip Zap Circus. Zip Zap, founded in South Africa, focuses on transformative social change through the performing arts.
The performers will tell a tale of transformation through their movement, spoken words, music and video images. This unique event showcases the positive happenings in the City of Newburgh and highlights a venue where performing arts are bringing hundreds of people to lower Broadway, creating vibrancy, foot traffic and an audience for local restaurants, businesses and services.
The one hour performance will be followed by a reception during which audience members can mingle and network with each other and engage with the artists. Bring your colleagues and bring your friends!
Join the NPBA at the Zip Zap Circus
Wednesday, February 18th
Doors open at 5:00PM
Show starts at 5:30PM
In lieu of our traditional members’ meeting, the NPBA invites you to join us at Safe Harbors Lobby at the Ritz, 107 Broadway, for a special performance by members of the unique performance troupe, Zip Zap Circus.
Zip Zap, founded in South Africa, focuses on transformative social change through the performing arts. A duo from the group will be in Newburgh for the day, conducting workshops for City youth at the Newburgh Preparatory Charter School and the Boys and Girls Club.
In the evening, the performers will tell a tale of transformation through their movement, spoken words, music and video images.
This unique opportunity showcases the positive happenings in the City of Newburgh and highlights a venue where performing arts are bringing hundreds of people to lower Broadway, creating vibrancy, foot traffic and an audience for local restaurants, businesses and services.
The one hour performance will be followed by a reception during which audience members can mingle and network with each other and engage with the artists. The performance is free, but donation are welcome and will benefit Safe Harbors of the Hudson and Zip Zap Circus.