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April 16, 2024

Suzanne White
Posted 4/16/24

Birthday wishes to Elaine Loewe, Saraid Gonzalez, Cindy Margulies (and Margot), Erin Lorino, Trevor Dollard, Mike Kaufman, Jonathan Farrow, Andrew Kelly, Reggie Krasniqi, and Denise VanLowe.

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April 16, 2024


Birthday wishes to Elaine Loewe, Saraid Gonzalez, Cindy Margulies (and Margot), Erin Lorino, Trevor Dollard, Mike Kaufman, Jonathan Farrow, Andrew Kelly, Reggie Krasniqi, and Denise VanLowe.

Happy anniversary to Wendy and Brad and to Trudy and Barton Hindley.

Leonard ‘Lenny’ Belaus passed on the 28th and was laid to rest at SC Veterans Cemetary on April 9th after mass at St Peter’s Catholic Church.

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, meeting links, and minutes use www.townofbethelny.us.

Official Gov’t Contacts: GuntheA@nyassembly.gov. senator@gillibrand.senate.gov. senator@schumer.senate.gov.

The SC International Airport enhancement project has received governor’s ‘go ahead’. $18million approved.

Bethel approved a resolution to adopt a 60-day Green Building Policy for the Town buildings reno-construction project. Business Watch: Support local businesses. Refer to the Member Listing at www.bethelnybba.com. 

The Bethel Business Association accepts Bethel and surrounding area businesses. Join or FMI: www.bethelnybba.com. BBA Mixers are held monthly. The BBA Board meets on the third Wednesday at Duggan (or Zoom link) at 6pm.

The next BBA ‘Meet & Greet’ Mixer will be hosted by Local Table & Tap on the 18th at 5:30pm.

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

Celebrate Bold Gold Studio’s Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting on Main Street, Liberty on the 19th at 11am.  Attend a Cornell Cooperative Extension’s CRC “Are your Affairs in Order?” program IP or Zoom on the 19th at 2pm. Register ahead online or 845-292-6180 x122.

Stop by Callicoon Farmers Market on Sundays from 11-2pm. 

Celebrate Earth Day on the 22nd. Passover begins on Monday evening with the first Seder.  

The Spring Hudson Valley Restaurant Week ends the 21st (ValleyTable.com). 

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, Nacl.org, Narrowsburgunion.com, Nesinculturalarts.org, shadowlandstages.org, Theeldredpreserve.com, scnyhistory.org, waynecountyartsalliance.org.  

Support Bethel Woods and the Museum. Purchase tickets for the season shows. Attend the workshops.

The EBCrawford Library offers programs for all ages. Don’t forget to browse our Bethel Past Perfect Bookstore. Read!

Catskill Art Space exhibits ‘Brock, Dooling, and Hegarty” until the 27th.

DVAA has Giersbach’s ‘Anxious Nature’ and Pardi’s ‘The Curvilinear Form’ exhibits through the 28th. Attend an Artist’s Talk with Pardi on the 20th. 

Narrowsburg Union offers a 5 Gallery Exhibit until May 26th.

View DVO Arts Nest’s “Metamorphosis Exhibition” through May. Open Mic is on for the 16th at 6pm. The next AN Concert Series hosts ‘Richard Travis and Guests’ on the 20th at 7pm.   

HPAC offers a Comedy Show, ‘We Hired a Sitter for This’, in the Ballroom on the 20th at 8pm and the ‘Climate Future Film Festival’ on the 22nd from11-1pm. Changes are happening at Tango Cafe.

Callicoon Movie Theater will be closed until May 2.

The Homestead at Eldred Preserve offers specials for Restaurant Week. Look forward to the Cabaret season beginning Memorial Day Weekend! 

Take a tour. Follow the ‘Good Taste Craft Beverage Trail’ or the Art Tourism ‘SC Dove Trail’ (sullivancatskills.com). 

Are you ready for the Ruby Throated Hummingbird migration north? 

Plan ahead: Bethel Lions’ Health Fair will be held at Faith Hall on the 27th from 11-3:30pm. 

Send me your news.

Suz sez: “Easter. Earthquake. Eclipse. Earth Day. Shall we move on to the letter “D”?”


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