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December 20, 2022

Suzanne White
Posted 12/20/22

Birthday wishes to Ann Culligan, Les Kristt, Isabella Zedek, Henni Anker, Marlo Motl, Carla Mansfield, June Barrett, Carol Dauch, Evelyn Brown, Claire Sullivan, Lori M Farina, my brother, Barton …

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December 20, 2022


Birthday wishes to Ann Culligan, Les Kristt, Isabella Zedek, Henni Anker, Marlo Motl, Carla Mansfield, June Barrett, Carol Dauch, Evelyn Brown, Claire Sullivan, Lori M Farina, my brother, Barton Hindley and ‘my Fav’, Logan White.

Happy anniversary to the Colpoys and the Kurlanders.

Condolences to the families of Charles Weiner and ‘Manny’ Melendez.

Not to go unnoticed, we thank Heather Brown, Joyce Caracci, Denise Frangipane, Gheorghe Hazorta, Bill Pammer, Rita Sheehan and others for their volunteer efforts on the trails and making park improvements at the Forest Reserve this summer. Also, we appreciate Mike Richardson for his continued hours sprucing up KL Community Park!

Sholmo Franklin was opening special guest for the Wallflowers at the Brown Co Music Center in Nashville, IN recently.

PSA: Continue Virus prevention protocols. Wear a mask indoors and at gatherings. Covid or RSV is not the gift you want to give to your family, friends or neighbors this holiday season, or is it?

Vax info: 800-232-0233. SC Health: 845-292-5910.

Suicide & Crisis Lifeline: Call 988 or 800-273-8255. Overdose/Narcan Help: 911 or 866-832-5575.

Veterans Service Agency-845-807-0233.

Bethel News: The Town Board approved a new service van for our Animal Control Officer, Henni Anker.

Beginning Jan 1, electronic waste disposal is free at the Bethel Transfer Station!

Bethel ‘Code 231-Parking’ states that roadway parking is prohibited until May for emergencies and winter snow removal.

Call Source Power: 888-887-5711to apply for Bethel Solar utility savings.

Bethel residents may apply for CEAP. Call 845-583-4350 x102. Sullivan Co HEAP: 845-807-0142.

White Lake Shephard’s Pantry accepts non-perishable food donations all year and hosts pantry on 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month. FMI: 845-583-5885. SC Federation for the Homeless (Monticello) serves a full program, including a Veteran’s pantry: 845-794-2604. SC Meals on Wheels (SC Office of the Aging): 845-807-0241. MV Methodist Church serves pantry one time a month, on the 3rd Saturday:845-583-5149.

Business Watch: Purchase last minute, local business, service or ‘on-line store’ Holiday Gift Certificates. BBA References: www.bethelbusiness.com [1]. [2] Stop by or call BMCafe for the Elf or holiday themed cookies or desserts!

For the ‘In the St Nick of Time’ procrastinators, here’s a short list of area Christmas Tree Farms: Maplehorst Farm-Rapp Rd, Monticello, Friendly Acres Farm-Cochcecton, Diehl Farm-Callicoon, and Trees of the Woods-North Branch. Turn your getting a real tree adventure into a lasting memory!

Visit the Eldred Monteleone Garden’s Christmas Light Show during the holidays from 6-10pm. Canal Towne Emporium’s ‘Dance of the Lights’ lights up at 7pm through Xmas Eve.

Area School SC Govt Center Lobby Concerts: 20th: Liberty HS Honors Chorus at 11:30am. 21st: Sullivan West HS Select Choir at 11:30am. 22nd: Roscoe Band & Choir at 12noon.

Join Parks & Rec Youth (PreK-6gr residents) on the 21st for ‘Story & Craft Making Night’ at Duggan at 6pm. Attend Emerging Sullivan Professional’s ‘ESP Ugly Sweater Holiday Mixer’ on Wednesday at BHR at 5:30pm(Cash Bar).

Exercise at ‘Dance It Off’ every Thursday in the Duggan gym at 4:30pm.

Be a part of Cabernet Frank’s ‘Classic Christmas Party’ hosted by Teri Paris and Faith Kelly Art & Music on the 23rd at 7pm.

It’s already the 24th, Christmas Eve. Be very good. Watch for Santa...

Merry Christmas to all who celebrate!

Town offices are closed on the 26th. Kwanzaa, the seven day cultural holiday celebrating community, begins on the 26th. Chanukah ends Monday evening.

Arts & Culture: Bethelwoodscenter.org, Catskillartsociety.org,Cobaltstudios.net, Delawarevalleyartsalli ance.org, www.ebcpl.org [3], Hurleyvilleartscentre.org, Narrowsburgunion.com, Nesinculturalarts.org, sccoplayers.org, scdw.net [4], and scnyhistory.org [5]. Check Delawarehighlands .org winter activities.

Tour the Bethel Woods Museum through January 1. See website FMI: Museum exhibits, Cafe hours, and the Adult ‘Gingerbread Build & Sip’ on the 22nd.

Purchase Bethel Woods 2023 Memberships or the Season Lawn Pass ($579/ price could increase in ‘23). Look forward to concerts, festivals and programs.

Bethel Woods-Healy Bros ‘Peace, Love & Lights’ is scheduled daily until the 1st. Get advance tickets for 5-10pm time slots (last entry 9pm). $30 per car (cashless / prices + for day of or larger vehicles). Walk Thru Only on Mondays from 5-9pm (last entry 7:30p). $10pp.

DVArts Alliance hosts “Art in Sixes” until the 23rd. Pick up your purchased pieces at show’s end. FMI: 845-252-7576.

Register for Cobalt Studios winter programs online or (845-583-7025).

Catch the ‘Gref and Sardonia’ exhibits at Youngsville’s Domesticities until the 30th.

Request NYS Raffle tickets (#0-999) to benefit SCDW online or scdwtreasurer@ gmail.com. $10 each gives you 31 chances to win!

Suz sez, “Feel the magic and unity of the season.”


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