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July 2016

Rock'n River Music Festival

August 6, 2016

Rock 'n River Music Festival/Jerry Jam VIII free concert at The Carriage House, 2pm-midnight. Features an eclectic mix of rock, bluegrass, funk and Grateful Dead music. All ages/rain or shine.

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Supermarket Bingo

August 5, 2016

Supermarket Bingo at the Masonic Lodge, 94 Main St. Doors open at 5:30pm, calling starts 6:30pm. Admission $5. Refreshments. Benefit: Sullivan-St. Tammany Chapter #298 Order of Eastern Star.
Door prizes, raffles.

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The Barn Cats at the Emerald Ballroom

July 29, 2016

The Barn Cats return to the Emerald Ballroom, 40 Main St., 9pm-midnight. Featuring their brand of funk, blues, soul and rock. The Barn Cats feature John Rocklin, Jan London, Tommy Rausch and Jim Verdi.

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Monticello man arrested for assault, firearm

On Thursday July 21, 2016 at approximately 7:30 a.m. Sheriff’s Detective Peter Ramos and Monticello Police Officer Manuel Leon-Martinez were having breakfast at the Bagel Bakery on Broadway when they spotted Gary Ivory, Sr., 46, who was wanted on warrant. Ivory was wanted for an assault in connection with a domestic dispute that occurred in August of 2015.  Read more

Free concert with Little Sparrow and Thurman Barker

August 13, 2016

The Jeffersonville JEMS present an afternoon concert with Little Sparrow and special guest Thurman Barker on drums at the Main Street stage, 4912 Main St., 4-7pm. Also Bob Lohr (keys), Greg Fiske (sax) and Barbara Gogan (guitar/vocals). Free. Food will be available or you can bring a picnic basket. Bring lawn chairs. Sorry no dogs.

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845 671-9548

Spirit Quest Expo

August 6, 2016

Second annual Spirit Quest Expo at The Delaware Youth Center, 8 Creamery Rd., 10am-6pm. The biggest event of its kind in the Upper Delaware Region where spiritual seekers can find and work with talented energy healers, intuitive readers and vendors of spiritual tools. Free workshops throughout the day. Free admission.

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Brenda Seldin
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PA rattlesnakes delisted from candidate status

On July 12, during its quarterly business meeting, the PA Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) voted to delist the timber rattlesnake from candidate status. With this vote, this species is no longer a candidate for threatened or endangered status in PA. A news release of the quarterly business meeting by the PFBC can be found at fishandboat.com/news/2016pr/pfbc2016q3summ.htm  Read more

Support your local TU

So far this year fish reports are mixed. What a surprise! We have received reports that the fishing has been great and reports that it has been the worst year yet. Maybe it is a little of both.  Read more

Glass blowing returns to Dorflinger

WHITE MILL, PA – For the first time in nearly a century, hot glass blowing will return to the historic glassmaking community of White Mills in public demonstrations on Saturday, July 23 and Sunday, July 24 at the Dorflinger-Suydam Wildlife Sanctuary. Sponsored by the Dorflinger Glass Museum and Keystone College, glass artists will use a fully equipped mobile glass studio to demonstrate glass making techniques on the main lawn of the sanctuary. The demonstrations are free and open to the public from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Saturday and from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday.  Read more

Nice work if you can get it…

“The man who only lives for making money, lives a life that isn’t necessarily sunny,” wrote Ira Gershwin back in the day. “Likewise the man who works for fame—there’s no guarantee that time won’t erase his name” (www.songlyrics.com). The ditty, written in the 1930s, goes on to explain that only a girl can right all things wrong and make a man complete, so I generally skip over that part, replace “girl” with “dog” and keep singing.  Read more