There’s no denying our love for local when reading the pages of East Fishkill Living, one of a number of community magazines dedicated to the amazing people and things happening in our hometowns while offering businesses unmatched local marketing opportunities.

Each month, we profile families and feature philanthropic endeavors, events and advice from local businessowners. From home improvement projects, gardening and tree care, to banking, finance and insurance, to real estate and legal topics, to food, wine and spirits, to children’s health and pet care, to dental and mental health, we deliver a diverse mix of thoughtful, well-written articles from experts who live and work here too. By sharing their advice in our pages, they elevate their profile in the community and build their brands.

 

Designed to build community among readers and highlight what makes our town such a great place to live, our engaging content goes direct into thousands of mailboxes of local homeowners, free of charge. Advertisers get direct access to high-value homeowners with the most affluent profile of any area advertising medium. There are no other content marketing opportunities quite like this.

 

Talk to us about other local publications in other towns across the Hudson Valley and take advantage of local marketing in our community magazines.

Home Values:

$400,000-$1M

Average Household Income:

$121,000

Estimated Readership:

12,650

Home Count:

3,330+

We work with Best Version Media, one of the fastest-growing media companies in North America. Its unparalleled culture and 800+ high-quality publications around the country excel at “bringing people together.” Experience local content marketing like no other.

Be Inspired

If you’re like us, we relish the moment to sit down with a cup of coffee and a warm-hearted community magazine. We hope uplifting stories about our neighbors doing the ordinary to the extraordinary will inspire you. In East Fishkill, there’s no shortage of ways to give back and get involved. Our articles will touch you—and hopefully move you.

We welcome your story ideas!

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Cover photos by Patti Hale, Chosen Moments Photography

  • Aug 2019

    Fashion Designer Gemma Kahng is Elevating the Arts in East Fishkill

  • July 2019

    The Taylors, founders of HV Habitat for Humanity - at the Hopewell Depot.

  • June 2019

    The Cavalieres and the Tailwinds Music Fest gets its start.

  • May 2019

    The Saltzman's - Helping Children's Hospital Patients, Having Been There Themselves

  • April 2019

    The Swansons and their commitment to autism awareness -- and their battle against addiction.

  • March 2019

    Lea Bishop, founder of the Women's Professional Network, and family.

  • February 2019

    The Andersons and a National Twirling Champion

  • January 2019

    Our youngest ever East Fishkill Town Councilman AJ Beephan

  • December 2018

    Our anniversary issue with updates on 1st featured families.

  • November 2018

    Featuring the Dalwadi-Connelly family.

  • October 2018

    Featuring the Johnsons, hearts of Valley Christian Church.

  • September 2018

    Featuring the Lalors, a family of East Fishkill Patriots.

  • August 2018

    Featuring the Sandlers, founders of BluePath Service Dogs.

  • July 2018

    Featuring the Soedlers (Rick Soedler heads the East Fishkill Historical Society)

  • June 2018

    Featuring the Ryans (Ed Ryan was one of the town’s first Hometown Heroes)

  • May 2018

    Featuring the Tarpey’s (Brian Tarpey serves the community through DC10-13)

  • April 2018

    Featuring the Bagnarols (Laura Bagnarol is founder of the Pigskin Princess Project)

  • March 2018

    Featuring the Lyndgaards (Kelly Lyndgaard is founder of Unshattered)

  • February 2018

    Featuring the Pompas (Christine Pompa helps run the St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry)

  • January 2018

    Featuring the Cannizzaros of Cannizzaro Real Estate and Signature Estates

  • December 2017

    Our Inaugural Issue: Featuring The Jones Family (Krista Jones is the Founder of Sparrow’s Nest)

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