Hi my fall friends. I’m back again with another Fall Foliage Report. Wow—the leaves are really popping now! This past week we saw colors burst out from the green …
Hi my fall friends. I’m back again with another Fall Foliage Report. Wow—the leaves are really popping now! This past week we saw colors burst out from the green, painting the skyline with vibrant yellows, crimson reds, and amber oranges.
We’re at peak foliage here in the Sullivan Catskills so now is the time to get out there and take in the sights. This weekend will provide ample opportunity to view the beautiful fall leaves all around the county, with many things to do along the way.
Celebrate the heritage of our area at the annual Narrowsburg Logging Days. This free, family-friendly event will be held on Saturday, October 16 at the Fireman’s Field in Narrowsburg. There will be lumberjack contests, a vendor market, musical performances, a baking contest, beard and mustache contest, a kids’ activities area, and educational lectures related to wood and forests, to name a few. But the event doesn’t stop there. On Sunday they will offer a historical tour to include a former wood excelsior mill and short hike with a National Park Service guide along the 10 Mile River Trail, while showcasing Narrowsburg’s long history in logging.
While in Narrowsburg make sure to check out the Narrowsburg Farmers Market held on Saturday from 10am-1pm at the Narrowsburg Union. And there’s still time to head to other farmers markets in the area, including Callicoon Farmers Market on Sunday from 11am-2pm, Barryville Farmers Market on Saturday from 10am-1pm, and Jeffersonville Farmers Market on Sundays from 10am-1pm.
This Friday marks the beginning of Bethel Woods Center for the Arts’ Peace, Love & Pumpkins. The Halloween-themed walk-thru event will be held every evening until October 31. Stroll the garden trails of the beautiful grounds and see unique, hand-carved jack-o-lanterns and glowing pumpkin art. Marvel at the displays of Woodstock festival icons, dinosaurs, mermaids, Big Foot, and more. The fun gets started at 6:30 pm and is presented by Kartrite Indoor Resort & Waterpark with support from all of us at the Sullivan Catskills Visitors Association.
If you’re feeling the Halloween spirit, The Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop’s Haunted House Tours at the Rivoli Theatre, the Dark Forest Haunted Trail at Burn Brae Mansion in Glen Spey, and the Rocky Horror Picture Show Live at the Forestburgh Playhouse are running through the end of the month.
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