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May 2015

Brooklyn Southern soul: The Gold Magnolias

July 25, 2015

The Gold Magnolias at Harmony Presents in the Silk Mill, two shows at 6pm and 8:30pm. The Gold Magnolias are a few southern boys in New York city with a sound that evokes such artists as recent phenoms The Alabama Shakes as well as soul-stalwarts like Fats Domino and James Brown. Tickets: $16-$20. www.silkmillharmony.com.

For More Information: 
http://silkmillharmony.com/
Contact Phone #: 
570/588-8077

Alive, vibrant and lyrical Celtic music: Burning Bridget Cleary

July 18, 2015

Burning Bridget Cleary at Harmony Presents in the Silk Mill, two shows at 6pm and 8:30pm. Known for their captivating sound and engaging stage presence, Burning Bridget Cleary is currently one of the hottest acts on the Celtic and folk music circuits. Tickets: $15-$20. www.silkmillharmony.com.

For More Information: 
http://silkmillharmony.com/
Contact Phone #: 
570/588-8077

Barn burning American roots music: Spuyten Duyvil

July 11, 2015

Spuyten Duyvil at Harmony Presents in the Silk Mill, two shows at 6pm and 8:30pm. Spuyten Duyvil (pronounced "SPITE-en DIE-vul") performs original and traditional American roots music blended witholde time, blues, and folk rock to create a modern mix. Tickets $16-$23. www.silkmillharmony.com.

For More Information: 
http://silkmillharmony.com/
Contact Phone #: 
570/588-8077

Comedy Night at Cocoon

June 12, 2015
June 26, 2015
July 10, 2015
July 24, 2015

Harmony Presents features comedians from New York, Boston, Philadelphia and more at Cocoon Coffee House, 1 Silk Mill Dr., 8:30pm. $15-20 + 2 items from Cocoon Comedy Menu.

For More Information: 
http://silkmillharmony.com/
Contact Phone #: 
570/588-8077

Heroin overdose in Manor leads to $5 million bust in NYC

Police officials on May 28 arrested five people in New York City involved in a drug ring operation that stretched from Long Island to Livingston Manor. Officials seized $5 million worth of heroin (over 26 pounds) and $115,000 in cash and two guns.

The operation was sparked by an overdose death in Livingston Manor two years ago, which prompted Sullivan County Sheriff Mike Schiff to track down the dealer with the help of multiple agencies and officials.  Read more

30th Annual Audubon Wildlife Art & Craft Festival

July 18, 2015
July 19, 2015

The 30th annual Audubon Wildlife Art & Craft Festival at Wallenpaupack Area High School, 10am-5pm. An educational, fun-filled opportunity for all ages to learn about, and experience firsthand, many of nature's mysteries through live animals, arts and crafts. Admission: $5 per person, children 12 and under free. www.audubonfestival.com.

For More Information: 
www.audubonfestival.com
Contact Phone #: 
484/256-4485

Red, White & Youth Bike & Trike Parade (Flag Day Celebration)

June 13, 2015

Free to families and children of all ages at Airport Park, 1pm. Decorate your bike, trike, stroller or wagon in the most patriotic way or wear a patriot costume. Children are required to wear helmets and be escorted by parent or guardian during the parade. Ice pops at the end of parade to each child finisher.

For More Information: 
amigreiner@yahoo.com
Contact Phone #: 
570/491-9199

Area churches take to the streets

HAWLEY AND NEWFOUNDLAND, PA — On Sunday, May 31, look for a symbolic flame: people in telltale orange, red and yellow shirts walking the streets of the greater Hawley and Newfoundland areas and working about town performing acts of service for the community. That is the day of “The Church Has Left the Building,” taken literally by St.  Read more

Lake Huntington News

The Town of Cochecton was well attended Thursday night at the Sullivan County Conservative fundraiser dinner. Supervisor Gary Maas, Highway Superintendent Kevin Esselman, town board members Ed Grund and Anna Story, Sullivan County DA Jim Farrell, Tony Leone and myself Eileen Hennessy Tax Collector. I always donate a crochet blanket to the fundraiser as a door prize. This year Tommy helped me make the blanket that I gave them. In his hospital bed he would pull the yarn and I would crochet it into a blanket.  Read more

NY proposes changes to fall hunting season

Since May 19, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has been accepting public comments on three regulatory proposals for hunting and trapping of wild turkey, deer and fisher. Comments will continue to be accepted through June 29 The proposed changes for all species are a result of a combination of field research, harvest reporting and hunter/landowner feedback.  Read more