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May 2015

‘Death of a Salesman’ at SCDW

SOUTH FALLSBURG, NY — The Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop (SCDW) will open its season with the classic “Death of a Salesman” by Arthur Miller. The play will be presented on June 5, 6, 7, 12, 13 and 14 at the Rivoli Theatre.  Read more

‘Desire Line’ opens NACL season

HIGHLAND LAKE, NY — NACL Theatre (see feature on pages 14 and 15) opens its 15th season with “Desire Line,” a performance reading and book launch of Laura Moran’s new memoir. Performances will take place Saturday, May 30 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, May 31 at 3 p.m. The event will also feature Eva Barnett, Gracie O’Connor and Tannis Kowalchuk.  Read more

Port Jervis Free Library hosts blood drive

June 18, 2015

The Port Jervis Free Library in partnership with the New York Blood Center will host a blood drive from 1-7pm. The blood drive will be held downstairs in the library’s Community Room. All blood types are desired and needed, especially Types O- and O+. Walk-in donors are welcome. 845/856-7313.

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For additional information about how to donate or to schedule an appointment, please call the Port Jervis Free Library at 845-856-7313.
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Magical Mystery Tour

I’ve been on the planet for a while, and my first taste of a magical mystery tour was in 1967, courtesy of four young men known as The Beatles. Up until then, John, Paul, George and Ringo could do no wrong, but the film they created for British television was poorly received and the fab four took a hit for the first time since taking the world by storm. As we all know, the band recovered nicely and so too, shall we—in the wake of Sullivan County’s new-age version, the three-day-long party known as Mysteryland.  Read more

NACL Theatre celebrates 15 years; Let’s walk down memory lane, shall we?

HIGHLAND LAKE, NY — Widely known as a “community treasure,” NACL Theatre is having its 15-year anniversary this year. The local theatre has grown over the years and is known for its avant-garde and stimulating works, as well as its summer artist residency retreat, and a gang of stilt walkers who pop up at community festivals everywhere.  Read more

A Milfordite in the French and Indian Wars

CUDDEBACKVILLE, NY — The Neversink Valley Museum of History & Innovation will hold its second installment of its History Lecture Series on Wednesday June 3, at 7:30 p.m. with local historian Frank Salvati presenting “The Ghost Dance: Tragedy at Wounded Knee and the Milford, PA Connection.” The event will be held at the D&H Canal Visitor’s Center, 58 Hoag Rd. (just off of Route 209). Light refreshments will be served.  Read more

French duo Jac & Co. at The Cooperage

HONESDALE, PA — Jac & Co. will perform at The Cooperage, 1030 Main St. on Friday, May 29 at 7:30 p.m.  Read more

‘Things We Like’

WURTSBORO, NY — This June at the Wurtsboro Art Alliance Gallery two member artists who admire each other’s works will be featured. Cynthia Hall’s sculptures and paintings and Janet Campbell’s watercolors will be showcased in the exhibit “Things We Like,” which runs from June 6 to 28. An opening reception will be on Saturday, June 6, from 2 to 4 p.m. Also on display will be “Bursting Out,” an exhibit of Wurtsboro Art Alliance members’ works.  Read more

Get your licks in

Is there anything better than a big bowl of ice cream on a hot day? Inevitably, it conjures up memories of childhood, when all those exciting flavor possibilities were almost overwhelming. The dreamy swirls, the little puddles that formed around the edges and the tantalizing drips were all part of the grandest treat ever. Whether you grew up eating rich, eggy frozen custard or icy, fruity sherbet, you’ll remember the excruciating choice between cup or cone and the delicious dilemma of hot fudge versus sprinkles. Don’t wait for summer to make your first batch.  Read more

Rosa’s tails

Rosa let go of her mamma’s hand and ran for the rail of the ship. It was a beautiful crisp day; big fluffy white clouds floated over the harbor. The pigtails of her long brown hair swung back and forth as she ran holding on to her straw hat so it didn’t blow off in the breeze, as it has done many times on this voyage. The painted flowers on her dress moved as if they were in an open field in early spring, just dancing in the wind. Rosa reached the rail, grabbed it with both hands, pulled herself up on her toes for a better look and let out a shriek joy.  Read more