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November 14, 2023

Suzanne White
Posted 11/14/23

Birthday wishes to Adrienne Walker, Shlomo Franklin, Jackie Biernacki, Susie P landis, Courtenay Jagel, Ellen Magliano, Bradley Gruber, Ira Gold, Carol Newkirk, Victor, Noreen, Corrin Trombley, …

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November 14, 2023


Birthday wishes to Adrienne Walker, Shlomo Franklin, Jackie Biernacki, Susie P landis, Courtenay Jagel, Ellen Magliano, Bradley Gruber, Ira Gold, Carol Newkirk, Victor, Noreen, Corrin Trombley, Sheldon Dishner, Ken Cuttita, Joan Keegler, Herb Ruggeri, and Rita Coleman.   

Happy Anniversary wishes to Ellen and Steve Tucker and to Cori and Logan Parsells.    

Our condolences to the family and friends of Kenneth ‘Kenny’ Lohmeyer who passed away last month. We extend sympathy to the Cicigline -Abraham families as Vincent Cicigline died in early November. Condolences to the family of Lance Heyward who passed recently.  

PSA: Emergency: 911 or 988. OD: 866-832-5575. SC Health: 845-292-5910. Get your Flu shot, vaccines and Covid tests.

Congratulations to the local Election Day winners, especially newcomers Legislator Matt McPhillips and Councilperson Wendy Brown.

Town info, meeting links, minutes: www.townofbethelny.us. For Parks & Rec activities: 845-583-5360.

Bethel has approved an under 2% tax cap 2024 budget along with 5.3 and 2.6 million dollar resolutions for a new Highway Department Garage and the new Town Hall, respectively. Next meeting November 15th. Possible discussions: environmental issues, water and sewer qualities, and status of the solar array, which has an income of $28,000...     

Applications for local CEAP are available at Town office. A one-time grant is given to those in need, meeting requirements.

The Nourish Your Neighbor campaign collects non-perishable food for Shephard’s Pantry until the 15th however, donations continue at the WL Church site. Our local Pantry helps 400 families and 200 individuals.

Support and shop the ‘Past Perfect Bookstore’, located in the Duggan Community Center, for deeply discounted reading. The Bethel Business Association congratulates individual SC Chambers Award Winners: Dr Joseph D’Abbraccio, Mike Taylor, Al Frangipane, Julian Dawson, Bradlyn Matican, Joan Patterson and Township Award Winners: Delaware’s Doug Doetsch and Susan Manning, Fallsburg’s Denise and Rob Lombardi, Liberty’s Kate and Nick Rusin, and Thompson’s Joel.

Business Watch: Dine, shop and support local services and professionals! Refer to www.bethelnybba.com.

Order Bethel Market Cafe pies and treats by the 18th (845-583-3130). Stop by Kauneonga’s ‘Mason Jar’ seasonal sale.

Peace! Holiday Gifts: Purchase one of the hand-painted, Woodstock-themed (NYS reg) logo disks or logo Tshirts (845-798-0818). How about the ‘Peace Fence’ Peace-sign necklace, a creation from the original Woodstock fencing, or a choice piece of Lori Rae Jewelry’s inventory? More options: Local Dining, Service, Music, Movie, Theater gift certificates, Bethel Woods or Holiday Mountain’s Season Passes (845-796-3161) or a Kartrite Resort day pass.

The Borscht Belt Historic Marker Project dedication at the Fallsburg Overlook site, Rt 42xOld Falls, will take place on the 15th at 1-2pm.  

Arts & Culture Events & Programs: BCA@BethelArt.org, Bethelwoodscenter.org, Bashakillvineyards.com, Callicoontheater.com, Catskillartspace.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 with unique exhibits and docent tours, Event Gallery shows, and special events, while the arts programs continue. The annual Holiday Market is on for the 24th-26th and ‘Peace, Love & Lights’, drive-thru light show, starts on the 24th. Partial Week: 24-26, 30-12/3, 12/7-10, then daily 12/14-31(with weekly Walk-thru Mondays). Announcements have been made for the 2024 Pavilion season: 6/27-Hootie and the Blowfish, 7/5-Alanis Morissette with Joan Jett & the Blackhearts and Morgan Wade, 7/12-Jason Mraz & The Superband, and 8/16- Lynyrd Skynyrd & ZZTop.   

CASpace hosts the Davidson-Nolen exhibit through November 25th.

DVAA will be showcasing the ‘Art in Sixes’ exhibit from the 18th until December 23rd.

Narrowsburg Union hosts Mark Goff Photography and Chris Ramirez photos through the 30th.

Hurleyville PAC screens “Trolls Band Together” on the 17th -Dec 3(F-6pm, Sat-3&7pm, Sun-2pm).

Callicoon Movie Theater gives us “Priscilla” on the 17-20th (7:30 all, 2pm Sat and Sun).

Callicoon Market runs every Sunday. 11-2pm.

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Suz sez: “Relax. This is your week of adjustment from DST into Holidaze.”


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