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Light Dancer Photography


Light Dancer Inc.

Welcome To Light Dancer Inc.

LDI provides web development and design for small businesses seeking to expand their exposure and presence on the web. We supply web technologies to make it as easy as possible for clients to maintain and control their own websites.

We also provde IT consulting which covers a variety of services including desktop support, networking installation, training. and more. LDI has over 10 years of experience in industries as diverse as medical, finance, retail, non-profit, and art. Furthermore, LDI is adding full service photography capabilities to their list of available services.

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Gallery For Artists in the Parks at Hook Mountain

Gallery is up for the Artists in the Parks at Hook Mountain click here to go take a peek.



Artists in the Parks at Hook Mountain

Nyack Beach State Park in Upper Nyack, NY on Saturday, November 6, 2010, 9AM to 5PM

On Saturday, November 6, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., in the Hook Mountain Bath House, at Nyack Beach State Park, throughout the day a artists will be at work plein-air painting along the 4.75 mile Nyack to Haverstraw Trail.

That evening 7-10PM The Keep Rockland Beautiful Annual Awards Gala is again recognizing outstanding members of our community for their achievements and charitable support of KRB. KRB celebrates Hook Mountain, Artists in the Parks, the Hudson River and the mission of Keep Rockland Beautiful, Inc. with a reception, auction and awards event in the historic Bath House in the evening (reservation $75 per person).


Greenwood Lake Mural Project

Help us paint the town! Greenwood Lake used to get "painted red" in it's heyday. We want to bring back some color by painting a mural at its entry.

Greenwood Lake was once a mecca for the socialites of NYC. It's only an hour away by car, offers a gorgeous 9 mile long lake, beaches, and great local history. Babe Ruth made this his summer home, and New York State's first African American Vacation Community (founded in 1919!) is here. Langston Hughes along with many other notables, was a part of that.

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