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August 29, 2023

Suzanne White
Posted 8/29/23

Birthday wishes to Colleen Cunningham, Denise Frangipane, Andrew Liff, Jerry Broskin, Michael Ryder, Elaine Dolgin, Mark Pavlak, Erika Ribaudo, Chris Tully, Sloane, Heather Quintance, Lynn S. and to …

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August 29, 2023


Birthday wishes to Colleen Cunningham, Denise Frangipane, Andrew Liff, Jerry Broskin, Michael Ryder, Elaine Dolgin, Mark Pavlak, Erika Ribaudo, Chris Tully, Sloane, Heather Quintance, Lynn S. and to me!

Happy anniversary to Tanya and Ken Cohen, Maria and Chris Spannos,  the Sachs, Altmans, Pistones and the Vegliantes.

PSA: Emergency/Crisis: 911 or 988. OD: 866-832-5575. SC Health: 845-292-5910. Reminder: “Life vest to Go in H2O”!

Bethel: Town information, meeting links and minutes: www.townofbethelny.us. Parks & Rec: 845-583-5360.

Hunting Licenses are available. The doe permit deadline is October 1st. SC Doe Permits: 3H and 3K https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/28182.html.

Be Active: The Town Pool closes on the 1st. Use Town Park, local pickleball courts, the Forest Reserve, and Lake Superior State Park (daily beach operation ends on Labor Day). Hike, using trailkeeper.com. Raft down the Delaware! Check Business Watch: Please dine, shop and use local services and professionals! Use www.bethelnybba.com or the BBA Guide. Congratulations to Nick Vallone for making the City/State Transportation Power 100.

Check out The Black Library that opened recently in Monticello (www.theblacklibraryny.com). Stop by our White Lake ‘Past Perfect Bookstore’ for some good discounted reading.

In honor of Woodstock, do a YouTube interview with Debbie Fisher Palmarini. She’s collecting personal ‘69 Woodstock tales for “Hippie Stories: Live on the Sunshine Bus”. Participate: 845-798-7011.

Purchase a Bethel First Commemorative Logo Disk(NYS registered logo). Local artist, hand-painted, 24” round.

Register for the FEMA webinar for OPEN, Organizations Preparing for Emergency Needs, on the 30th at 10-12n (https://fema.connectsolutions.com).

Bethel Lakeside Music Series is held every Thursday until September 7th at the Kauneonga Lake Community Park from 6-8pm. Bring a chair to enjoy the music and sunset. The fabulous “River Ramblers” are scheduled for the 31st. Attend and support the Intl Overdose Awareness Day Candlelight Vigil at Monticello’s County Courthouse Lawn on the 31st at 7pm. (RD 9/1). FMI: lindsay@Sullivan180.org or call 845-295-2683. Temple Shalom Prime Timers take a trip to Wind Creek Casino, Bethlehem, PA on the 31st. $50 fee includes $30 free slot play (845-794-8731).

Check for Saturday 9am Yoga at the KL Beekman Pavilion. Stop by the final Kauneonga Lake Farm & Makers Market with music, farm and artisan vendors at Veteran’s Square on Saturday, the 2nd, from 11-2pm. Catch the ‘River Ramblers’ at the Catskill Brewery on the 2nd at 2pm. There’s a Labor Day Celebration at Fallsburg’s Morningside Park on Saturday at 1pm. Celebrate the end of the season with fireworks on Saturday night at Smallwood’s Mountain Lake at dusk.

The Harvest Festival at Bethel Woods on Bethel’s Hurd Rd location runs Sundays from 11-4pm until October 1 with craft and farm vendors, music, food and special activities and demonstrations. Prior to the market, attend Vinyasa Flow Yoga on the BW Terrace Stage with LeeAnna Maniace at 10am (pre-tkt on line). Complimentary market parking with Yoga ticket! Attend and/or participate in the Cochecton Pump House ‘Jerk Talent Show’ on the 3rd from 7:30-9pm. Txt: 845-707-9996 prior to compete!

Celebrate Labor Day on the 4th. Town Offices are closed on Monday.

Arts & Culture: Bethel Council of the Arts (fb), BCA@BethelArt.org, Bethelwoodscenter.org, Bashakillvineyards.com, Callicoontheater.com, Catskillartsociety.org, Cobaltstudios.net, Delawarehighlands.org, Delawarevalleyartsalliance.org, Ebcpl.org, Farmartscollective.org, Fbplayhhouse.org, Harmonyinthewoods.org, Hurleyvilleartscentre.org, Libertysoulstage.com, Narrowsburgunion.com, Nesinculturalarts.org, Theeldredpreserve.com, sccoplayers.org, scdw.net, shadowlandstages.org, shandelee.org, and scnyhistory.org. 

Bethel Woods Center for the Arts offers Pavilion and Event Gallery shows, events, programs and the Museum.

Weekly yoga on the Terrace Stage is offered on Sundays, prior to the Harvest Fest hours, at 10am.  

Bethel Woods is ready for the last pavilion concert of the season with “Rod Stewart” and “Cheap Trick” on the 1st! 

Harmony in the Woods offers “Rhapsody In Latin Jazz- Jeremy Franklin Goodman and his Big Band” on the 3rd at 6pm.

Liberty Soul Stage: VAPA presents “Carmine’s Classic Karaoke” on Sunday, the 3rd.

The Eldred Preserve Cabaret Series hosts “Jeanne MacDonald” on the 3rd at 7pm. (Check ticket /dinner savings offer 845-557-8316).

See “Misery” at Forestburgh Playhouse from the 29th to the 3rd.

Shadowland Main Stage gives us “Million Dollar Quartet” until September 10th (tkts: on line or 845-647-5511). 

DVAA’s Gallery Exhibits for Mary Sweeny- ‘Gathering’ and Traci Johnson- ‘Creatures of Desire’ run until September 17th.

Hurleyville PAC screens “BARBIE” from the 1st to the 3rd  (Fri 6pm, Sat 3pm and 7pm, Sun 2pm).

Check the Callicoon Theater movie schedule.

Be a Groupie! Monitor local musician’s gigs: Albi, River Ramblers, Fisher & Kean, Keith Newman, Rich & the Jumpstarts, Far Beyond Gone, Joanna Gass, Search & Rescue, Laura Garone, Johnny Jules Band, David Bloch, and Shades.

Area Music Series: Bethel Lakeside Music-Kauneonga Lake- Thursdays through the 7th, 6pm. Rock Hill- Wednesdays, 6:30pm. The final concert is the 30th. Wurtsboro- Thursdays, 6:30pm. The last concert is the 1st.

Area Farm Markets: Barryville- Saturdays 10-1pm. Callicoon- Sundays 11-2pm. Jeffersonville- Sundays 10-1pm. Kauneonga Lake Farmers & Makers Market- Saturdays 11-2pm until the 2nd. Liberty- Fridays 3-6pm until 9/1. Monticello/CCExt- Thursdays 10-1pm. Narrowsburg Union- Saturdays 10-1pm. Rock Hill- Saturdays 10-1pm.

Mark the calendar:  Sunday, the 10th- Grandparents Day. The 11th- Patriot Day.  

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Suz sez: “Although it’s Labor Day, summer is not over- not just yet!”


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