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July 2016

Blueberry pancake breakfast

August 28, 2016

Blooming Grove Volunteer Firehouse, 484 Route 739, 8am-12noon. Cost: adults $8, children (10 and under) $4, children 3 and under free. Menu: orange juice, blueberry or plain pancakes, French toast, scrambled eggs, hash browns, bacon, sausages, coffee or tea.

For More Information: 
Blooming Grove Fire Hall
Contact Phone #: 
570/775-7355

Tricky tray

August 20, 2016

Blooming Grove Firehouse, 484 Route 739. Doors open 5pm; calling starts at 7pm. Cost: $1. There will be thousands of dollars in valued prizes. Some free refreshments will be available with an opportunity to purchase: hot dogs, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, french fries with or without cheese, nachos, chili and beverages.

For More Information: 
Blooming Grove Fire Hall
Contact Phone #: 
570/775-7355

D.W. Griffith's Cuddebackville silent movies

August 6, 2016

A celebration of the silent films made in Cuddebackville at The Neversink Valley Museum, 26 Hoag Rd. Screening on the lawn under the stars behind the museum building. Performer Jeff Weinman will play the piano starting at 7:30pm providing a soundtrack to all the films.

For More Information: 
Please visit our website at www.neversinkmuseum.org/events
Contact Phone #: 
845/754-8870

History talk by Stephen Skye

August 3, 2016

Stephen Skye will talk on "The Cornell Family: Master D&H Capitalists" at D&H Canal Park, 58 Hoag Rd., 7pm. The talk focuses on the history of Thomas Cornell and his son-in-law Samuel Decker Coykendall, two figures that loom large in the making of Rondout, NY and the Hudson River.

For More Information: 
go to ur website : www.neversinkmuseum/events
Contact Phone #: 
845/754-8870

Babes in the woods

While working in the yard earlier this year, I became aware of an unusual and repetitive call emanating from the forested hillside behind our home. Uncertain whether the sound was coming from a bird or animal, I grabbed my camera and went to investigate. Drawing closer to the source, I discovered it was emanating from a football-sized opening in the upper reaches of a very tall oak tree. Soon, a petite furry face emerged, followed by a second masked creature. Baby raccoons!  Read more

You’re invited to a Star Party

HUGUENOT, NY — The Town of Deerpark Museum committee will hold an event titled “Star Party,” a guided trip through our galaxy, on Thursday, August 11. The festivities, complete with refreshments, will begin at 8 p.m. at the Harriet Space Park, Route 209.

William Istone, adjunct professor of science and engineering at SUNY Orange, will provide the narrative. Weather permitting, the group should be able to see Mars, Saturn, and possibly Jupiter as well as star clusters, galaxies, nebula and the Perseid meteor show.  Read more

Birds of prey in Morningside Park

HURLEYVILLE, NY — The Town of Fallsburg Parks and Recreation Department will present “Close Encounters with Birds of Prey” on Sunday, July 31 at 10 a.m. at Morningside Park. Admission is free.  Read more

Conservancy to hold free community picnic

BETHEL, NY — The Delaware Highlands Conservancy will hold a free community picnic on Saturday, August 27, from 12 noon to 4 p.m. at its Bethel offices. The Conservancy’s annual picnic celebrates our local community of supporters and friends and provides an opportunity for the public to enjoy the rolling hills, meadows, gardens and woods at the Bethel site.  Read more

‘Faces of India’ at Laundry King

LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY – The Catskill Art Society presents “Faces of India,” an exhibition of photographs by Doug Hilson, at the Laundry King, an alternative exhibit space of the Catskill Art Society located at 65 Main St. There will be an opening reception on Saturday, August 6 from 4 to 7 p.m. Light refreshments will be served. The show runs through August 27.  Read more

‘The Incredible Judy Garland’ in Hancock

HANCOCK, NY — “The Incredible Judy Garland” will be at The Two Sister’s Emporium at 170 East Front St. on August 5 and 6 at 7:30 p.m. Show tickets cost $12, and a cold picnic buffet costs an additional $16.95  Read more