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September 26, 2023

Suzanne White
Posted 9/26/23

Birthday wishes to Rita Sheehan, Dee Bee Kula, Judy Rhulen, Paul Ciliberto, David Rosenberg, Randy Resnick, Mara Resnick, Erin Cunningham, Cori Parsells, and Charlie Degliomini.

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September 26, 2023


Birthday wishes to Rita Sheehan, Dee Bee Kula, Judy Rhulen, Paul Ciliberto, David Rosenberg, Randy Resnick, Mara Resnick, Erin Cunningham, Cori Parsells, and Charlie Degliomini.

Congratulations to Ariel and Jordan Herzog and family on the birth of Heartly Gemma!

Happy anniversary to Sharon and Cornelius Alexy and Barbara and Jimmy Reno.

Engaged: Amber said ‘Yes’ to Austin Billig.

Our sympathy to Bobby, family and friends of June Somers who passed recently.

PSA: Emergency/Crisis: 911 or 988. OD: 866-832-5575. SC Health: 845-292-5910. Test: Covid cases are on the rise.

Business Watch: Dine, shop and use local services and professionals! Refer to www.bethelnybba.com. Thank you to Happy Days Campground for hosting a great BBA Mixer last week, bonfire and all! Check the fall schedule of events at Bethel Motor Speedway. Valley Daycare is registering children for program enrollment and offering ‘special date’ daycare (valleydaycare.org). Stop by Alton Distillery, Hector’s, or eateries: Annie’s Ruff Cut, Woodstock Oasis, Bethel Market Cafe, Local Table & Tap, Sticky Fingers, Friends, or Benji & Jakes, Sorella, and Santorini’s.

Peace! View the Spectrum interview, “Man who never left after 1969 Woodstock” with Farmhouse Trader’s Karen Reilly and ‘Duke’: Farmhouse Traders Fb site or https://spectrumlocalnews.com. Tape your personal Woodstock tale in Debbie Fisher’s YouTube “Hippie Stories: Live on the Sunshine Bus”(845-798-7011). Before they’re OOS, purchase a Bethel First (NYS reg) hand-painted, Woodstock-themed Logo Disk: 845-798-0818. 

‘Dance It Off’ is held on Thursdays at 6:15pm(location TBD). 

Cunningham Family Farms is fun for families and open on weekends with hayrides, corn maze, activity-play areas, a ‘market’, and tons of pumpkins! Meet the farmers at the Annual Hilly Acres Farm Fest on the 30th at 10a-3p with exhibits, food, and fun. Go to the ‘Car & Truck, Tractor, Motorcycle Show at Roscoe Fireman’s Field on the 30th from 9a-3pm. Proceeds benefit Korri McDoal. Reg $15. Contact: Heidi 845-423-8546 or Emily 315-868-7836.  Attend Fallsburg Fall Festival at Morningside Park on Saturday from 10-4pm or go to the Hawley Harvest Hoedown on the 30th – 1st, 10-8pm with food, music, lumberjack competition, clogging-line dancing, scarecrow contests, and more!  

Attend the Harvest Festival at Bethel Woods on Sunday from 11-4pm with over 100 craft and farm vendors, music of ‘Bourbon Sprawl’ and ‘Little Rock’, food, special activities, maze and demonstrations.

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, Hurleyvilleartscentre.org, Narrowsburgunion.com, Nesinculturalarts.org, Theeldredpreserve.com, sccoplayers.org, scdw.net, shadowlandstages.org, and scnyhistory.org.  

Bethel Woods offers the Museum, Event Gallery shows, events, Youth and Adult programs. 

Forestburgh Playhouse Tavern presents ‘Paige Turner- Drag Me to the 80’s’ on the 30th at 7pmDO/ Show 8pm.     

Shadowland Stages Studio offers “Off Peak” through October 1st. Shadowland‘s Youth-Adult Fall Academy classes just started. Reg/ FMI: 845-647-5511. 

Nesin Cultural Arts also offers a variety of classes. FMI:845-798-9006.   

Hurleyville PAC hosts the 26th Annual Manhattan Short Film Fest (100,000 films to view and vote for in 500 cities)from the 28th to October 8th. Check on-line schedule. 

DVAA hosts: Heim’s “The Farm” in the Gallery and Case’s “You’ve Seen My Flesh” in the Loft, both until 10/29. The 12th Annual Big Eddy Film Festival will run from the 28th -1st. For complete schedule and info: 845-252-7576 or their site. Narrowsburg Union hosts an Eddie Adams exhibit until the 1st, Digital Gallery works, Mark Goff Photography, featuring Some of the greatest musicians and performers of the 1970’s, and Chris Ramirez ‘Sullivan Fire’ photos. 

Callicoon Movie Theater screens “Stop Making Sense” from the 29-2nd (7:30 all, 2pm Sat).

Farm Markets: Barryville- Saturday 10-1pm. Callicoon- Sunday 11-2pm. Monticello/CCExt- Thursday 10-1pm. Narrowsburg Union- Saturday 10-1pm. Rock Hill- Saturday 10-1pm. PS: KLMarket returns monthly Spring ‘24. 

Send me your news that’s fit to print. 

Suz sez: “Autumn will be unbeLEAFable in Bethel this year!”


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