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Saturday, June 23, 2018

Community Calendar

Friday, June 22

Resorts World Catskills Bar 360 In a one-of-a-kind show at 6 p.m., Dueling Pianos will belt out an all-request, pop and rock singalong that's part music, part comedy. The dance band CloudNYne will follow at 10 p.m. 888 Resorts World Drive, Monticello. The casino resort's call center, reachable at 1(833) 586-9358, is open and accepting reservations.

Fish Fry Dinner: 4:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. American Legion Post 1266, 92 Pine St., Wurtsboro. Military-style chow line prepared and served by Veterans. All proceeds support local "food banks" and programs for Veterans throughout Sullivan County. $12 by reservation. (845) 733-1020.


Saturday, June 23

Fantasy Pieces Recital The Historic Bethel Presbyterian Church 1972 ST 17B at Dr. Duggan Rd. 7 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Derin Oge & Anneke Schaul-Yoder present eclectic and piquant programs of chamber music for piano and cello. Offering shared with Bags for Justice, Free will offering, and tasty tidbits. All are welcome! For more information call (347) 346-1312.

Summer Wellness: Exploring Aromatherapy, Acupuncture & Qi-gong for Fragrant Joyful Balance. 9 a.m. to 12 noon, Christopher Lee, Kung Fu Master, Lynn Potter, Licensed Acupuncturist, and Maya Minwah, Certified Aromatherapist will present Fragrant Joyful Balance, an introduction to Qi-gong, Acupuncture, and Aromatherapy for balancing body, mind and spirit for the summer season. The program will be held at Master Lee's studio, ...read more





Local Events

Kauneonga Lake knows how to party

BETHEL — While the soccer fields were heating up during the World Cup, Kauneonga Lake had their own party.
For three years, the Kauneonga Lake Block Party has fast become a community favorite that not only brings in residents from across the county, but also as far away as Connecticut, New ... read more


Trout Parade a good time in Livingston Manor

The Trout Parade is an annual event in which people from all over the Catskills come together in Livingston Manor to celebrate community and enjoy each other's company.
Residents spend this past Saturday relishing in the unique products provided by local businesses as well as the parade itself. ... read more


Tractor Parade keeps getting better

With weather in the high 60s, the 22nd annual tractor parade in Callicoon drew a happy crowd of onlookers who didn't have to fight the heat as they fought for a seat along the main drag. Some 249 tractors made their way through Callicoon, and some 500 breakfasts were served at the Callicoon ... read more


Bethel Community Day shows all the town has to offer

BETHEL - Many local community groups gathered at the Duggan Community Center on Saturday, having to move inside due to the rain. The annual Bethel Community Day brings people out to see what's going on in their town.
Some of the groups that had information tables were the Literacy Volunteers of ... read more


Dancing through the Decades

ROCK HILL - Whether it was the soothing sounds of Barry White or recent hits by Bruno Mars, the dance floor was filled with attendees of the Sullivan County Chamber of Commerce's Annual Fundraiser, titled “Dancing Through the Decades.”
The event took place at the Sullivan in Rock Hill, and ... read more


SUNY Sullivan's 28th Annual Kite Festival

LOCH SHELDRAKE — Kites have a very long history, as they were invented sometime in the fifth century in China from readily available materials. Silk was used for sail material fly lines due to its fine, yet high-tensile-strength, that silk is known for.
In America, the kite was once used by ... read more


Maple fun in Jeff

The Village of Jeffersonville was full of excitement last Saturday. The day began with the annual 5K Sap Run, which was won by 10-year-old Aaron Keller, and was followed by the Maple Syrup Festival where people could learn about New York State local maple syrup and participate in several fun ... read more


The Trout Parade Returns to Livingston Manor, New York in its 15th Year

LIVINGSTON MANOR - The Catskill Art Society is proud to present The 15th Annual Trout Parade on Saturday, June 9, 2018, rain or shine. Local art, crafts, children's activities, specialty foods from area vendors, and beer from nearby breweries are highlights every year - and this is going to be our ... read more


Wurtsboro's fling with spring

WURTSBORO — The scene on Sullivan Street in Wurtsboro saw water rushing down as colors of yellow, pink and blue swam towards Veteran Park with a cheering crowd for the annual Duck Race at the Wurtsboro Spring Fling.
Spring seemed to finally arrive and Wurtsboro used the fling to officially kick ... read more


Maple fun in Jeff

The Village of Jeffersonville was full of excitement last Saturday. The day began with the annual 5K Sap Run, which was won by 10-year-old Aaron Keller, and was followed by the Maple Syrup Festival where people could learn about New York State local maple syrup and participate in several fun ... read more


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


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