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April 2, 2024

Suzanne White
Posted 4/2/24

Birthday wishes to Gregory VanLowe, Dylan Herfield, Tom Stratton, Sara Halperin, Parker Raynor, Joanna Greenwald, Jenna Widman, Bill Pammer, Leo Glass, Ira ‘Moose’ Liff, Laura Glass, …

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April 2, 2024


Birthday wishes to Gregory VanLowe, Dylan Herfield, Tom Stratton, Sara Halperin, Parker Raynor, Joanna Greenwald, Jenna Widman, Bill Pammer, Leo Glass, Ira ‘Moose’ Liff, Laura Glass, Bernie Deutsch, Butch Resnick, Devin Alenky, Paul Tomasulo, Rich Klein, Juliette Loughlin Crawford and Marvin Ronik.

Happy anniversary to the Hellmans.

Details are delayed for this writing, but I just heard that Leonard ‘Lenny’ Belaus, the Homestead Legend, has passed. RIP.  

Our sympathy is extended to Diane, Kevin, Donovan and the family of Kevin Monahan. Services were held on March 16th. Our condolences to Amy Heitner, Phillip ‘Phil’ Arenstein’s family and friends. Phil was laid to rest on March 26th.  

PSA: Town of Bethel: 845-583-4350. Emergency: 911. OD: 988 or 866-832-5575. SC Health: 845-292-5910.

For Town of Bethel departments, Parks & Rec, meeting links, minutes, and Tax Collector use www.townofbethelny.us.

Apply for seasonal job positions by the 3rd. Application for the Zoning Board position were due on the 1st.

Contact: District 100Assemblywoman Aileen Gunther: GuntheA@nyassembly.gov. Sen Gillibrand: senator@gillibrand.senate.gov. Sen Schumer: senator@schumer.senate.gov.

NYS Outdoor Burn Ban is in effect until May 14th (https://dec.ny.gov).

Continue donation of non-perishable foods to Shephard’s Pantry.

Business Watch: Dine, shop and support local businesses. Refer to the Member Listing at www.bethelnybba.com.

The Bethel Business Association is still accepting ‘24 Memberships and welcomes all Bethel and surrounding area businesses. FMI: Use www.bethelnybba.com. The next ‘BBA Meet & Greet’ is scheduled for the 18th at Local Table & Tap.   

View the display of ‘The Join Sullivan Fire Portraits’ at the SC Gov’t Center DMV hallway.

Catch The Lolly Bombs, A Couple of Wanderers, and the Max Lee Birthday Celebration on the 3rd at Cab Franks at 7pm.

Try “Relax & Move” at 5pm and “Dance It Off” at 5:30pm at Duggan on Thursdays.

Dine in and catch ‘ALBI’ live at Santorini Mix Grill on Thursday, the 4th at 6pm.

It’s Opening Day of Fly Fishing in the Manor with festivities on the 6th at Catskill Brewery.

Hosted by Frederick Cook Society, enjoy a ‘Paul Kogut’ concert surrounded by Dr Cook’s photography, followed by ‘Little Sparrow’ at the SC Museum on the 7th at 2pm (DO at 1pm/ 845-434-8044).

There is truth and safety in science. Know How To before you watch: On a path from Texas to Maine, the moon will completely block the sun during the April 8th Solar Eclipse!

The Spring Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is on the calendar for the 8th-21st. FMI: ValleyTable.com.

Ramadan is observed through the 9th.

Support Arts & Culture: BCA@BethelArt.org, Bethelwoodscenter.org, Callicoontheater.com, Catskillartspace.org, Cobaltstudios.net, Delawarehighlands.org, DelawareValleyartsalliance.org, DelawareValleyopera.org, Ebcpl.org, FarmArtsCollective.org, fbplayhouse.org, Hurleyvilleartscentre.org, Narrowsburgunion.com, Nesinculturalarts.org, shadowlandstages.org, Theeldredpreserve.com, scnyhistory.org, waynecountyartsalliance.org.  

Support Bethel Woods. Purchase tickets for this season’s shows. Attend art and music programs. The Museum is open.  

Paint! Reserve Cobalt Studio’s Specialty Pro Seminars (845-583-7025).

The EBCrawford Library offers programs for all ages, from Tot story-time to free Tax Preparation, ending on April 9th.

Register for Nesin Cultural Arts Programs or SCCO Music lessons. SCCO’s ‘Sunday Tea-Time Concert’, including Glinka Catskill Art Space exhibits ‘Brock, Dooling, and Hegarty” until April 27th.

DVAA has Cadence Giersbach’s ‘Anxious Nature’ exhibit through the 28th. The Alliance is seeking Riverfest vendors, grant panelists, and they are hiring.

Watch for Farm Arts Collective events.

Narrowsburg Union offers a 5 Gallery Exhibit until May 26th. An Artist’s Meet & Swap is scheduled for the 5th at 5-8pm and 6th at 1-4pm.

View DVO Arts Nest’s “Metamorphosis Exhibition” through May. Open Mic is on for Tuesday, the 2nd, at 6pm. The AN Spring Concert Series has ‘Sara Hulse & Jesse Mower/Clown Daddy’ scheduled for the 8th at 7pm.   

Reserve for Eldred Preserve’s ‘Jason Rand hosted Ruffino Wine Pairing Dinner’ on the 5th from 6-9pm. Note that the HV Restaurant Week list includes The Homestead.

HPAC offers a ‘Cheeseboard Workshop’ at the Nook on the 3rd at 6pm($75 tkt on-line).

Callicoon Movie Theater screens “Ryuichi Sakamoto’s Opus” on the 5-8th (7:30 all, 2pm Sat, Sun). 

Plan ahead: April 8-21: Restaurant Week, 27-Bethel Lions’ Health Fair!

Send me your news. Keep Baltimore in your thoughts and be a compassionate human this week. 

Suz sez: “We can no longer use ‘You play hoops like a girl’ as a put-down”.


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