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October 2016

Farmer declares zoning victory

LIBERTY, NY — Sean Zigmund, who has a farming operation in White Sulphur Springs, has been railing against proposed zoning changes in the hamlet for months. He sent an email to supporters on October 19 declaring a victory in his battle against the plans put forward by the town board in the Town of Liberty.  Read more

Americans celebrate Halloween

REGION — According to the National Retail Federation (NRF), more than 171 million Americans plan to celebrate Halloween this year, and will spend an average of $82.93 to do so.

The NRF says, “More children than ever before will be celebrating Halloween dressed as their favorite superhero this year, as princess costumes fall to the number two spot after an 11-year reign.  Read more

The township zoning forgot

BEACH LAKE, PA — “Without zoning, we have no advance knowledge of commercial enterprises coming to our township, no ability to determine their location, and no way to regulate their operation.” Resident Jim Barth’s remarks at the October 18 Berlin Township Board of Supervisors’ meeting came in response to news that Stourbridge Energy, LLC is going forward with plans to locate an electric generating station in Berlin Township.  Read more

Paint & Sip Event

November 11, 2016

Paint & Sip at the Hortonville Firehouse, 6pm. Hosted by the staff of the Sullivan County Adult Care Center. Benefits the Alzheimer's Association. Cost: $40, covers art project and snacks. BYOB. Raffles, 50/50 and bake sale. 914/391-1044.

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Eagle Watch Bus Tour

January 14, 2017
January 28, 2017
February 4, 2017
February 11, 2017

Join the Delaware Highlands Conservancy to learn about eagles in our region, how they returned from the brink of extinction, and the habitat they need to thrive while you take a scenic drive with an expert guide on a heated bus and look for eagles. Seats are limited and reservations are required. 845/583-1010.

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Film screening: 'Gypsy'

November 5, 2016

Bethel Council of the Arts presents a film screening of "Gypsy" at Catskill Distilling Company, 6pm. Premiere of the PBS production of this famous Broadway musical. Introduction by the producer of the telecast, Ellen Krass. Followed by cocktails and canapes. Suggested contribution $20. RSVP

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Autumnal art and poetry

October 28, 2016
October 29, 2016

DENiZEN presents "Death's Door," 6-8pm. The exhibit will feature Woody Goldberg's photographs of cemeteries. Poets of the Upper Delaware Writer's Collective will read works, on Friday at 7pm. Poison Love will perform acoustic music throughout the evening. Costumes are encouraged, but optional. 570/576-0865.

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Fermentation class

November 5, 2016

The Friends of the Garden Sullivan County present a fermentation class at the Bethel Community Kitchen at the Boat Club, 3575 State Route 55, 12:30-3pm. Learn how to preserve your vegetable harvest. There will be take-away samples. Cost: $15. 917/674-3895.

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Murder mystery dinner theatre

November 6, 2016

Roscoe Chamber of Commerce annual murder mystery dinner theatre production "Mardi Gras: Murder in the Bayou" at Tennanah Lake Wolff’s 1910, 2pm. Appetizers, Southern buffet, Southern dessert, coffee/tea. Door prize and 50/50 to support the Roscoe Free Library. Tickets: $35 (children 12 and under $12). 607/498-5222 ext. 306.

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