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Thursday, April 19, 2018

Community Calendar

Tuesday, April 17

Landscaping with Native Plants: April 17 Native plants are tough & durable once they are established. They are drought-resistant, can endure extremes in weather and provide food for many forms of wildlife. Find out what you can plant in sun or shade and get instructions for designing a pleasing garden that can flower all season long. Mamakating Library from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Call 845-888-8004 to register.


Wednesday, April 18

Roscoe Presbyterian Church Semi- Annual Rummage Sale, located on Old Route 17, at the intersection of County Road 179, and Stewart Ave in Roscoe. Open till 9:30a.m to 6:30 p.m. For more information call April McArthur 845-292-4974 or Nancy Nissen 607-498-5144.


Thursday, April 19

Roscoe Presbyterian Church Semi- Annual Rummage Sale, located on Old Route 17, at the intersection of County Road 179, and Stewart Ave in Roscoe. Open till 9:30a.m to 5:00 p.m. For more information call April McArthur 845-292-4974 or Nancy Nissen 607-498-5144.


Friday, April 20

Roscoe Presbyterian Church Semi- Annual Rummage Sale, located on Old Route 17, at the intersection of County Road 179, and Stewart Ave in Roscoe. Open till 9:30a.m to 5:00 p.m. For more information call April McArthur 845-292-4974 or Nancy Nissen 607-498-5144.







Local Events

A hoppin' time in Yulan

The Easter Bunny made a special appearance at the Yulan Fire House on March 31 for the Ladies Auxiliary's annual spring event. On the only spring day so far, the Easter Bunny stopped by the Department's home base in Yulan for photos, crafts, cupcake decorating, and to help the kids explore the fire ... read more


Getting focused at the FocusNY photography convention

CALLICOON — Shutterbugs descended upon Callicoon for the Professional Photographers' Society of New York's FocusNY convention at the Villa Roma Resort and Conference Center. The returning event featured three full days of classes, instructional shootouts, a tradeshow and more.
Attendees were ... read more


Liberty Elks hop into Easter

LIBERTY - The Liberty Elks' Easter bunny was hopping on March 24. He posed for photos with dozens of children at the Easter Egg Hunt hosted on the ball field by Liberty Parks and Recreation. Returning to his hutch at the Elks Lodge, he posed for photos with approximately 200 children. Later, the ... read more


Santa Express arrives early in Fallsburg

FALLSBURG - Everyone knows that Santa Claus comes but once a year, and this year he came a little bit earlier than usual to the Town of Fallsburg. The huge float containing The Santa Express turned the corner at Route 42 and heading up to the Town Square exactly at 5 PM. With headlights beaming, ... read more


A musical afternoon to raise money for Nesin Scholarship

FORESTBURGH - Attendees were treated to local musical talent and brunch as Nesin Cultural Arts recently held its 8th annual fundraiser for the Eugene D. Nesin Memorial Scholarship at the Forestburgh Playhouse tavern.
“My husband passed away in February 2009,” Ellen Nesin explained. The memorial ... read more


Town of Liberty Plans Annual Halloween Parade for Saturday, October 28

LIBERTY - The Town of Liberty's annual Halloween Parade will take place Saturday, October 28. The parade will step off at 12:00 noon, and marchers and floats will journey down Main Street. Lineup for the parade will begin at 11:00 a.m. at the municipal parking lot behind the Elks Lodge.
There ... read more


Hancock to hold 10th annual Harvest Days

HANCOCK - Hancock celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Hancock Harvest Days this year on Friday and Saturday October 6 & 7 at the Hancock Town Square. This much-beloved annual event is presented by the Hancock Education Foundation.
Returning by popular demand to perform this year at the ... read more


Literacy Volunteers celebrate Family Literacy Week

SULLIVAN COUNTY - Literacy Volunteers of Sullivan County encourages people throughout New York State to observe National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week, September 24th through September 30th. Despite the significant role of literacy in today's world, often little attention is paid to ... read more


Last call for DVCS All-Class Reunion

CALLICOON — If you were a proud DVCS Eagle, then you won't want to miss this year's Delaware Valley Central School All-Class Reunion which will be held on October 7 at the Villa Roma Clubhouse Restaurant.
For just $39 per person, you will have a chance to reminisce with your former DVCS ... read more


John Neilson Gallery to host ‘Mystical Forest'

WURTSBORO - From September 30 to October 29, the John Neilson Gallery in collaboration with the Wurtsboro Art Alliance will be hosting an exhibit entitled “Mystical Forest.” The exhibit will feature a variety of images and media featuring the flora and fauna of mystical forest. The John Neilson ... read more


Jeffersonville Lions Club holding charity horse show

JEFFERSONVILLE - The Jeffersonville Lions Club will be hosting its annual charity horse show at Bridle Hill Farm on Saturday, September 30. Hunt seat and western classes for all levels of horse and rider are on the schedule. The farm is on Hemmer Road outside of Jeffersonville and spectators are ... read more


Introduction to Abhidhamma for Artists

NARROWSBURG — A talk by Karen Morris, “Introduction to Abhidhamma for Artists,” will be held on Friday, October 6, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Two Rivers Zen Community, 76 Main Street. Q&A and light refreshments will follow the talk.
The Abhidhamma discourse on the nature of perception and reality ... read more


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