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here has never been a better time to visit the Sullivan Catskills. Lonely Planet named us second-best region in the world to visit in 2019. As if that’s not enough, it’s the 50th anniversary of the Woodstock Festival –– and we’re celebrating in every corner of our Sullivan Catskills all year long! Come visit the original site, now home to Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. Make plans to visit on anniversary weekend, August 16-18…or at any time! We are celebrating the Golden Anniversary throughout the year. The camping season is in full swing! Sit around the bonfire and watch as the stars light up around the lake at nightfall. The s'mores, along with reconnecting are an everlasting com-

ponent of the American camping tradition. It’s that time again…gather the family for a Broadway musical or a play, in the evening enjoy musical cabarets. The Sullivan Catskills are alive with the sound of music at the Forestburgh Playhouse. Independence Day is a treasured holiday whatever you do, don’t miss the most anticipated fireworks displays throughout the Sullivan Catskills! Check out our website for details SullivanCatskills.com. There’s so much more to enjoy in our countryside. Bring your family and friends, pack your bags, and come for the peace, love, music and an experience you’ll remember for a lifetime. Welcome to Summertime in our Sullivan Catskills!

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The Mystery of Irma Vep (June 11-16) The Mystery of Irma Vep - A Penny Dreadful is the definitive spoof of Gothic melodramas and horror! Recently revived Off-Broadway to raves, The Mystery of Irma Vep is a hilarious, quick-change marathon in which two actors play all the roles. A sympathetic werewolf, a vampire and an Egyptian princess brought to life when her tomb is opened make this a comedy that has everything. Get ready to roll in the aisles as you discover the secret to The Mystery of Irma Vep! Buddy (June 18-30) Before the Beatles or the Stones ever played a note, popular music was forever changed by the bespectacled kid from Lubbock Texas—Buddy Holly! Witness his story explode onto the stage in a toe-tapping, hand-clapping extravaganza, which will have you up and dancing in the aisles! Featuring the classic songs That’ll be the Day, Peggy Sue, Chantilly Lace, Richie Valens’ La Bamba and many more! Don’t miss Buddy! Me and My Girl (July 2-14) Me and My Girl is a true tap-dance romance telling the story of Bill, a lower class bloke who is discovered as the new Earl of Hareford. The result of his new relatives trying to educate Bill in the ways of the “upper crust” results in theatrical hilarity. With a host of hysterical characters, witty one-liners and a slew of toe-tapping, uplifting songs filled with spectacular dance numbers (including the famous Lambeth Walk, The Sun Has Got His Hat On and Leaning On A Lamp Post) Me and My Girl is a sublime and sunny treat for all fans of musical comedy! Hair (July 16-28) In honor of the upcoming 50th Anniversary of Woodstock, the Playhouse is thrilled to present HAIR! Hair celebrates the sixties counterculture in all its barefoot, long-haired, bell-bottomed, beaded and fringed glory. To an infectiously energetic rock beat, the show wows audiences with songs like Aquarius, Good Morning, Starshine, Hair, I Got Life, and Let The Sun Shine. Exploring ideas of identity, community, global responsibility and peace, Hair remains relevant as ever as it examines what it means to be a young person in a changing world. You won’t want to miss this grooving, thrilling production this summer! Priscilla Queen of the Desert (July 30-August 11) Based on the smash-hit movie, Priscilla Queen of the Desert the Musical is the heartwarming, uplifting adventure of three friends, Tick, Bernadette and Adam, a glamorous Sydney-based performing trio 10

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2019 season who agree to take their show to the middle of the Australian outback. They hop aboard a battered old bus (nicknamed Priscilla) searching for love and friendship and end up finding more than they ever could have ever dreamed of. With a dazzling array of outrageous costumes and a hit parade of dance floor favorites including It’s Raining Men, I Will Survive, Hot Stuff, Boogie Wonderland, Go West, Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, and I Love The Nightlife, this wildly fresh and funny musical is a journey to the heart of FABULOUS!

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making a splash...

by Joseph Abraham t one point in time it would be difficult to picture paradise indoors. But with the new Kartrite Resort & Indoor Waterpark in Monticello, New York, that's no longer the case. There's fun for the entire family from arcade games, a variety of activities and entertainment, shopping, a spa and fitness center. And, of course, the main

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The Kartrite Resort and Indoor Waterpark offers whichever experience guests are looking for. Be adventurous and ride the Krakken and Nor’Easter, or if you’re looking to relax, enjoy these comfortable cabanas, nicely positioned under the world’s largest Texlon transparent roof.

Empire Bay lazy river, race your friends and family in Jiggerty-Jaggerty or see if you can make it across the Later Gator Crossing (crude rope bridge). The Krakken, Nor'Easter, Time Warp, Empire Bay and Later Gator Crossing have a minimum height requirement of 48 inches, while Jiggerty-Jaggerty and Endless Summer Flowrider's is 42 inches. So what about the youngest members of

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your family? They can still have tons of fun on Kartrite Island or playing Puddle Ducks. For the athletes among you, test out your hoop skills at Cannon-Ballers for some aqua dunking fun. While the rides and adventures are fun, sometimes you just want to relax in your thoughts. Perfect. Then head down to Affinity Springs for a quiet escape. If you get hungry or want to grab a

drink, there's plenty of options at the Kartrite from Bixby's Derby, Bixby's Tavern and Taproom, Harvey's Wallbanger, Eat.Eat.Eat. Buffet, Surfside Grille, The Highline or Pop's Sweet Shoppe. Visitors can stay overnight in a cozy suite, but day passes are also available. The Kartrite also hosts weddings. So marry that special someone in a tropical paradise that isn't that far away from home!

Kartrite has everything you need. Go shopping, grab a bite at one of the restaurants like Surfside Grille, relax by the bar, and take part in the numerous rides, games and all around fun activities that the resort offers. Stay awhile and get a suite or if you’ve only got a few hours, day passes are available!

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cabin fever story and photos by Joseph Abraham or decades, The Cabin at Hessinger-Lare (long known as the Welsh Cabin) has been a place where memories are made and moments shared among friends and family. Coupled with great food and ice cold beer. The Cabin was recently acquired by Foster Supply Hospitality, the creative minds behind The DeBruce, The Arnold House, North Branch Inn, Nine River Road and Piccolo Paese. But unlike those endeavors, which included serious renovation, everything at the Cabin was already in place. Their decision to become involved was about one thing … preservation. They didn't want to see this community landmark disappear. “We wanted to come in and not change much,” Foster Supply Hospitality Co-Founder Sims Foster said. “Leave it be what it is … wings, cold beer, snowmobiles in the winter, and a real honest-togoodness, decades-long, community-supported restaurant.” This included keeping a Cabin tradition alive. Wednesdays continue to be Wing Night, where diners happily choose between BBQ, hot, mild, bourbon, teriyaki, or sweet chili. The Cabin also has a unique selection of burgers. Your tastebuds will catch “Cabin Fever” when they meet the double patty burger with cheddar cheese, jalapeno, onion ring, Insanity Sauce and ranch. All burgers come with a choice of regular, curly or sweet potato fries. There are also a number of entrees like the Ribeye or Flat Iron Skirt Steak, Roast Half Chicken and Pan-Seared Salmon, all served with the vegetable of the day, choice of potato and a side salad. Leading the crew at the Cabin is Chef John Ryan. He and Foster recently made a few additions to the classic menu, including Shrimp Tacos. The Cabin also offers a delicious falafel sandwich with cucumber slaw, a veggie burger, and a wide array of vegetables and salads. Whether you’re a bonafide carnivore, pescatarian or vegetarian, there is something for you and your friends and family. After you’ve enjoyed the main course, save room for dessert. Ryan’s favorite item on the menu is the Fried Ice Cream. He also has a series of popular rotating specials. Oh, and if you have a special request, don’t be afraid to ask. “If I’ve got it in house, I’m happy to make it,” Ryan shares.

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If you love a good burger, try the “Cabin Fever” burger, which goes great with cold beer, which the Cabin at Hessinger-Lare has plenty of. But don’t worry if you, a friend or family member is vegetarian, the Cabin’s falafel sandwich is terrific. And you’ll both want to try Chef John Ryan’s coveted Fried Ice Cream.

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cabin fever story and photos by Joseph Abraham or decades, The Cabin at Hessinger-Lare (long known as the Welsh Cabin) has been a place where memories are made and moments shared among friends and family. Coupled with great food and ice cold beer. The Cabin was recently acquired by Foster Supply Hospitality, the creative minds behind The DeBruce, The Arnold House, North Branch Inn, Nine River Road and Piccolo Paese. But unlike those endeavors, which included serious renovation, everything at the Cabin was already in place. Their decision to become involved was about one thing … preservation. They didn't want to see this community landmark disappear. “We wanted to come in and not change much,” Foster Supply Hospitality Co-Founder Sims Foster said. “Leave it be what it is … wings, cold beer, snowmobiles in the winter, and a real honest-togoodness, decades-long, community-supported restaurant.” This included keeping a Cabin tradition alive. Wednesdays continue to be Wing Night, where diners happily choose between BBQ, hot, mild, bourbon, teriyaki, or sweet chili. The Cabin also has a unique selection of burgers. Your tastebuds will catch “Cabin Fever” when they meet the double patty burger with cheddar cheese, jalapeno, onion ring, Insanity Sauce and ranch. All burgers come with a choice of regular, curly or sweet potato fries. There are also a number of entrees like the Ribeye or Flat Iron Skirt Steak, Roast Half Chicken and Pan-Seared Salmon, all served with the vegetable of the day, choice of potato and a side salad. Leading the crew at the Cabin is Chef John Ryan. He and Foster recently made a few additions to the classic menu, including Shrimp Tacos. The Cabin also offers a delicious falafel sandwich with cucumber slaw, a veggie burger, and a wide array of vegetables and salads. Whether you’re a bonafide carnivore, pescatarian or vegetarian, there is something for you and your friends and family. After you’ve enjoyed the main course, save room for dessert. Ryan’s favorite item on the menu is the Fried Ice Cream. He also has a series of popular rotating specials. Oh, and if you have a special request, don’t be afraid to ask. “If I’ve got it in house, I’m happy to make it,” Ryan shares.

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Call 294-9004 for info. Mystery on The Flyer Dinner Train. The D & U Saturday Morning Yoga in Bethel 9 a.m. Railroad, 43510 State Highway 28, Arkville. $5 donation. Beekman Pavilion, Kauneonga Call (800) 225-4132 or (845) 586-2929 for Lake. more info and tickets. Kauneonga Lake Farmer’s Market 10 a.m. Hurleyville & Loch Sheldrake Fire Dept. Fish1 p.m. KL Veteran's Square -3686 Rt 55, ing Contest. TBA. Morningside Park. Bethel. Garden Swap and Sale 9 a.m. Trade in the Equinunk Car Show 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Antique tried and true for plants that are new to cars and trucks, classics, motorcycles, tracyou! For info call 647-3152 or 647-5588. tors, hot rods, rat rods, and sometimes a Cragsmoor Free Library, 355 Cragsmoor Rd, semi or two. Free dash plaques are available Cragsmoor. for the first 100 vehicles, awards for the Father’s Day Bake Sale 9 a.m. till sold out! People's Choice, several Special Recognition Lots of homemade goodies. Jeffersonville awards, and new last year, one for outPost Office, 4915 NY-52, Jeffersonville. standing paint job. From door prizes, to Sponsored by the Women’s Association of good food, ice cream from Creamworks the First Presbyterian Church of JeffersonDairy, and the DJ's music make it a day of ville. entertainment for the whole family. For Basic Photography with Shane Laden info call 570-224-6722. 9 - 11:30 a.m. Free Class. Call 341-3014 for Roscoe Beer Co. BBQ, Blues & Brews 11 a.m. info. John Neilson Gallery, 73 Sullivan - 5 p.m. Live music, games, activities. Fun for Street, Wurtsboro. the whole family. Special performance by Wellness Program & AnSlam Allen. 145 Rocknual Blood analysis land Rd., Roscoe. For 7 - 10 a.m. Walk ins tickets/info call (607) welcome. Call 1 (800) 290-5002. 234-8888 for info on Celebrate The Wild & what to bring, pricing, Scenic Film Festival test details and to 2 p.m. Reading from make an appointment. Local Author, Evan Narrowsburg CommuEisenberg. Delaware nity Hall, Rte 52/ 210 Free Branch, Callicoon. Bridge Street, NarrowsFor info call (845) burg. 887-4040. 24th Annual Magical 16th Annual North History Tour 8:30 a.m. - The old Flagler Hotel in Fallsburg Branch Fire Dept. 3:30 p.m. Historical-arChicken BBQ, Take Out chitectural bus trip, learn about Sullivan Only, $13. 3 -6 p.m. 20 North Branch-CalliCounty's rich and colorful history with Sullicoon Center Hwy., North Branch. Call van County Historian John Conway. Seats 482-5134 for more info. are $45 per person, which includes lunch. Grahamsville Reformed Church Roast Beef Pre-registration and pre-payment are reDinner 4 - 7 p.m. Adults $13; child 5-12 $8; quired. No seats will be sold the day of the under 5 free. Grahamsville Reformed trip. For info, email Debra Conway, at deChurch Hall, State Rte 55, Grahamsville. braRconway@hotmail.com or visit the Catskill Talks: Photojournalist Jim Sabastian group's Facebook page, https://www. 5 p.m. John Neilson Gallery, 73 Sullivan facebook.com/TheDelCo/ Street in Wurtsboro. Free and open to the Gardens of Goshen Tour & Luncheon on the public. Lawn 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Tickets the day of the Wild & Scenic Film Festival June 14-16. Kicks event will be $45 if still available. Tickets inoff with a special benefit party featuring clude a fresh gourmet luncheon served cocktails and a light dinner starting at 6:30 under a tent on the front lawn of St. James' p.m., followed by the 8:30 screening of “A Episcopal Church, 1 St. James' Place, Vetter World,” a powerful new documenGoshen. For tickets or info visit www.sttary about organic farming pioneer Donald jamesgoshen.org and click on Garden Tour. Vetter. For full schedule of events and tick-

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ets visit www.catskillmountainkeeper.org. Phillipsport Community Center Monthly Music Night 7 - 9:30 p.m. Opening with amazing guitar duo, Aerial Acoustics. Following them will be the Verrazano Brothers, featuring lead vocalist Steve Berman playing guitar and harmonica, joined by Lance Wagner playing fingerstyle, lead and slide guitars. Doors open at 6:30. Suggested donation $3. Homemade food ($6 a plate) and desserts ($2) For more information call 845-313-1772. 657 Red Hill Rd, Phillipsport. Hurleyville Arts Centre Presents ‘Swinging with The Rat Pack’: A Father’s Day Celebration! 7:30 p.m. (doors open at 7 p.m.) Tickets: $35 for 1/ $60 for 2. Light appetizers and a wine/beer cash bar will be available. Tickets and more information available online at www.hurleyvilleartscentre.org or call the ticket office at 845-707-8047. 219 Main Street, Hurleyville. Moonlight Walk 8:30 p.m. Enjoy moonlight over Shawangunk Ridge and natural beauty of the Basha Kill. Level terrain, easy pace. Insect repellent recommended. Tales of local & natural history. Meet at Haven Road DEC parking lot, off Rt. 209 south of Wurtsboro. Gary Keeton, popular naturalist of the Basha Kill Area Association. Register with Gary at 386-4892. thebashakill.org.

Sunday, June 16 Claryville Fire Dept. All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast 7 a.m. - noon. 1500 Denning Rd., J U N E / J U LY 2 0 1 9

Claryville. Call 985-7270 for info. Father’s Day Pancake Breakfast 7 a.m. - noon. White Lake Fire Company, 1596 NY-17B, White Lake. Pine Mill Community Hall Pancake Breakfast 7:30 - 11:30 a.m. The Pine Mill Community Hall, 919 Pine Mill Rd., in Equinunk, PA. Adults: $9.00, children under 10, half portion, $4.00, under four, free. Pine Mill Rd. runs from Rte. 371 in Rileyville to the center of the village of Equinunk, PA. The Hall is approximately half way between those points. Call 570-224-8500 for info. The Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop presents Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew” 2 p.m. Tickets are $15 for Adults, $12 for Seniors, Students, Military, Veterans. Tickets can be ordered in advance online at www.ShowTix4U.com or will be available at the box office one hour prior to curtain for each show. Rivoli Theatre, 5243 Route 42 (Main Street) in South Fallsburg.

Monday, June 17 Spring Luncheon 11:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. Choice of 3 salads, sandwich, beverage and dessert $7. Raffle Spring Plant. Monticello Presbyterian Church, 11 Jones St., Monticello. Open Hearts, Open Homes: Foster Homefinding Services of Sullivan County 3:15 p.m. Open your home to a foster child. Couples and singles, with or without children, can make a difference in a child's life! Stop in to learn more about this life-changing C AT S K I L L S C O N F I D E N T I A L

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volunteer opportunity. Call for info: 888-8004. Mamakating Library, 128 Sullivan Street., Wurtsboro. E. B. Crawford Public Library in Monticello Knit & Crochet 5:30 - 7 p.m. Work alongside others on individual projects or start a new project while learning new techniques. Select supplies will be available. Eighteen and up welcome the first Monday; all ages with basic knit or crochet skills welcome on the third Monday. For more info, please call 845- 794-4660.

Tuesday, June 18 Port Jervis Free Library Hosts Blood Drive 1 - 7 p.m. The blood drive will be held downstairs in the library’s Community Room. Walk-in donors are welcome. For additional information about how to donate or to schedule an appointment, please call the Port Jervis Free Library at 845-856-7313. Gardening and Cooking with Herbs 6:30 7:30 p.m. Each participant will take home herbs for their garden. There is a $5.00 materials fee for this class. Call to register: 888-8004. Mamakating Library, 128 Sullivan Street., Wurtsboro.

Wednesday, June 19 ATI and Community Action Free Farm Stand 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. 309 E. Broadway, Monticello. For the most up-to-date information, check out Action Toward Independence’s Facebook Page. Toddler Time 10:30 a.m. Stories and activities for infants, toddlers and kids up to their 3rd birthday. Call (845) 888-8004 for info. Mamakating Library, 128 Sullivan St., Wurtsboro. Heartbeat Music Hall of Grahamsville Open Mic 7 - 10:30 p.m. Every Wednesday. No charge and down home hospitality! Donations welcome. Info: 845-985-2731. Heartbeat Music Hall of Grahamsville, 304 Main St., Grahamsville.

Thursday, June 20 Chicken Salad & Strawberry Shortcake Luncheon 11 a.m. - 1:15 p.m. Cost $8.50. Raffles, chance to win basket full of homemade baked goods, jams, jellies and maple syrup. Call for tickets or info 607-498-5215. Free Yoga Class at Ellenville Regional 2 - 3 p.m. Chair Yoga Class. Held in the Hospital Main Lobby. Fruit infused water provided. To sign up call Shanna Nigro at 647-6400 ext. 336. Senior Improv Group 3 - 5 p.m. An invitation open to all those 55+ who want to experience the joys and wonders of improvisational theater. No prior experience needed and no lines to memorize -- just enthusiasm and a willingness to participate. Call (845) 888-8004 for info. Mamakating Library, 128 26

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Sullivan St., Wurtsboro. Take Charge of Your Health with Dr. Azizi A. Seixas Doors Open 5:30 p.m., Program Begins 6:00 p.m. Learn about the importance of sleep to overall health, the consequences of chronic sleep deficit and tips on how to get a good night's rest. SUNY Sullivan, Seelig Theatre, Loch Sheldrake. Free. Preregistration is suggested. Register at www.Sullivan180.org or call (845)295-2680. Monthly Game Night at The Cooperage 6 - 9 p.m. Bring your own game from home to share and teach. Bring a friend or make a friend! The Cooperage,1030 Main Street, Honesdale, PA. For more info visit www.thecooperageproject.org or call (570) 253-2020. E. B. Crawford Library in Monticello 6 p.m. ‘‘Felting’ Workshop. Join Christine Adams for an age-old textile art that uses wool fibers and a specialized tool to create functional and fun objects. Space is limited. Please register and there is a $5 cash materials fee. For info, please call 845-794-4660. Liberty Renaissance Project Fundraiser 6 p.m Pampered Chef fundraiser held at the Liberty Museum & Arts Center, 46 South Main Street, Liberty sponsored by the Community Garden Club of Liberty. 25% of product purchases and $10 for each dated party will be donated to the Club for the Liberty Garden Renaissance project. For info and online ordering link, contact Etta Barbanti at 845-796-6048 or barbanti@aol.com. Comedy Night at Roscoe Beer Co. 7 p.m. Presented by Herron Entertainment. 145 Rockland Rd., Roscoe. For info call (607) 290-5002. Genealogy Research Basics 7 - 8:30 p.m. Jill Moore will lead a walk-through demonstration of Family Search and Ancestry websites. Call to register: 888-8004. Mamakating Library, 128 Sullivan Street., Wurtsboro.

Friday, June 21 Classic Movie Matinee: West Side Story (1961) 1:30 p.m. Complimentary coffee/tea and light refreshments will be served. Call for info: 888-8004. Mamakating Library, 128 Sullivan Street., Wurtsboro. Book Launch and Signing: Woodstock, 50 Years of Peace and Music 2 - 4 p.m. Books will be available at the panel discussion and at the Store at Bethel Woods Center. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts Event Space, 200 Hurd Rd., Bethel. Info: https://www. imaginebooks.net/ Uncorked: A Northern Poconos Wine and Spirits Festival 3 -6 p.m. Presented by The Cooperage Project and Lacawac Sanctuary. Tickets: $25 per taster, $10 per non taster. 21 and older event. For tickets and info: thecooperageproject.org. The Cooperage, J U N E / J U LY 2 0 1 9


1030 Main Street, Honesdale, PA. Shadowland Stages: The Roommate 8 p.m. Performance runs until July 14th. Tickets & Info: shadowlandstages.org. The Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop presents Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew” 8 p.m. Friday & Saturday Performances. Tickets are $15 for Adults, $12 for Seniors, Students, Military, Veterans. Tickets can be ordered in advance online at www.ShowTix4U.com or will be available at the box office one hour prior to curtain for each show. Rivoli Theatre, 5243 Route 42 (Main Street) in South Fallsburg.

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4th Annual Outreach Flea Market 9 a.m. 4 p.m. For more info on vendor requirements and registration applications for table space, please call Barbara at 570-2964711. The Evangelical Presbyterian Church is located at 300 Broad Street in Milford, PA. Summer Reading Program Kickoff Event 10:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. Children of all ages and their families are invited to a Magic Show with Joe Fisher! Kids earn prizes for books read, games played, and library activities attended! Call for info: 888-8004. Mamakating Library, 128 Sullivan Street., Wurtsboro. Birding Walk 7 - 9 a.m. Join Peter Wulfhorst, member of the Gifford Pinchot Audubon Society, for an early-morning birding walk on the woodland trail at our office in Bethel. Bring your binoculars; a field guide will be provided. Registration is required. $10 for non-members; $5 for members; and children under 12 are free. For info and to register visit delawarehighlands.org. Intro to Acrylic Painting with Kevin Owen 9 - 11:30 a.m. Free Class. Call 341-3014 for info. John Neilson Gallery, 73 Sullivan Street, Wurtsboro. Saturday Morning Yoga in Bethel 9 a.m. $5 donation. Beekman Pavilion, Kauneonga Lake. Natural History Walk 10 a.m. Stroll 2-3 miles on level terrain with Basha Kill educator Jack Austin to see and listen to what’s nesting, growing, & maturing. Bring binoculars, insect repellent, good walking shoes. Meet at Haven Road DEC parking lot, off Rt. 209 south of Wurtsboro. J U N E / J U LY 2 0 1 9

Visit new Environmental Center included. To register and/or info, contact Jack: 649-8720. Sponsor: Basha Kill Area Association. thebashakill.org. Springtime at Hestia’s Garden: A Reception and Afternoon Tea 2 - 4 p.m. Free and open to the public, will feature an exhibit of the art created and a recital of the poetry written at Hestia’s Garden. For more info visit our website WSPLonline.org, or call (845) 252-3360. BBQ Party 5 - 9 p.m. Come join us for BBQ party at the Boulders, 167 Henry Rd., Cragsmoor. Good food and fun lawn games. Beer and wine available by donation. For info and tickets call 647-3152 or 647-5588. Hurleyville Arts Centre Presents Leimay: Qualia Holometaboly 6 p.m. Installation/performance. 219 Main Street, Hurleyville. Heartbeat Music Hall in Grahamsville presents Cats Out of the Bag 8-10 p.m. A group of long-time professional musicians at 304 Main Street, Grahamsville. There will be a $5 charge at the door.

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Pancake Breakfast 7 -11 a.m. Benefits Scholarship LMCS & RCS. Adults $7.50. Masonic Hall, Livingston Manor. For info call 439-4415. Hurleyville Arts Centre Presents Leimay: Qualia Holometaboly 10:30 a.m. Workshop. Tickets $20. 219 Main Street, Hurleyville. Tickets/info: hurleyvilleartscentre.org/leimay_insallation or call the ticket office at 845-707-8047. Kauneonga Lake Block Party 12 - 4 p.m. Kauneonga Lake. Sizzling 60s! 2 p.m. Members: FREE, non-members: $5. The Catskill Readers Theatre gives a lively performance to honor the decade that changed America through music and song, power point, literary selections, historical facts and points to ponder. Time and the Valleys Museum, 332 Main St, Grahamsville. Call (845) 985-7700 for more info. The Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop presents Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew” 2 p.m. Tickets are $15 for Adults, $12 for Seniors, Students, Military, Veterans. Tickets can be ordered in advance online at www.ShowTix4U.com or will be available at the box office one hour prior to curtain for each show. Rivoli Theatre, 5243 Route 42 (Main Street) in South Fallsburg.

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Tuesday, June 25 Eating Bravely: A Nutrition Support Group 4:15 - 5 p.m. Join us to learn tips and tricks to eating healthly. Bring your questions and favorite healthly recipes. Ellenville Regional Hospital, Lower Conference Room. To sign up call Shanna Nigro at 647-6400 ext. 336. E. B. Crawford Library Monthly Mindfulness Program 6 p.m. Pamela Zaitchick, RN, will present a Mindfulness program on the fourth Tuesday of each month. Making time for Mindfulness can be the beginning of new ways to positively adapt to your environment. Promptness is a must and space for this program will be limited. Please call (845) 794-4660 x 2 to register.

Wednesday, June 26 Health Insurance Enrollment Assistance 10 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. MISN’s NY State of Health Certified Navigator Nicole Tapia can help you apply for health insurance through the NY State of Health! Call MISN at 800-453-4666 for an appointment or call Nicole directly at 845-857-3771. Walk-ins also welcome! Mamakating Library, 128 Sullivan St., Wurtsboro. "Books & Tea" Book Club 4 p.m. The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde. New members welcome! Call for info: 888-8004. Mamakating Library, 128 Sullivan Street., Wurtsboro.

Thursday, June 27 Local Author Gray Basnight, “Flight of the Fox” Book Club Q&A/Signing 1 p.m. Liberty Library, 189 N Main St, Liberty. Catskill Farm Hoedown 5 - 9 p.m. A fund raiser for the Time and the Valleys Museum’s many educational programs, tickets are $35 non-members, $30 members and $40 at the door. Time and the Valleys Museum on St. Rt. 55 in Grahamsville. For info call 985-7700. E. B. Crawford Library in Monticello 6 p.m. ‘Steve Israel will present ‘A Tribute to Mike Levine’. Levine’s columns have been published in a book, “Words to Repair the World: Stories of Life, Humor and Everyday Miracles”. Hear stories from those who can talk about Mike Levine and the book. For info, please call 845-794-4660.

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Friday, June 28 Growing Great Blueberries! Learn from a Pike County Blueberry Grower 9 - 11 a.m. Coutts Berry Farms LLC DBA Paupack Blueberry Farm, 184 Gumbletown Road, Paupack, PA. In lieu of a fee, all participants are asked to bring a non-perishable food item to the workshop. An overview of commercial blueberry growing will be part of the workshop along with a farm tour. Dress to be walking outdoors, wear sunscreen, bug spray and hats as needed. For info:extension.psu.edu/growing-great-blueberries.

Saturday, June 29 Saturday Morning Yoga in Bethel 9 a.m. $5 donation. Beekman Pavilion, Kauneonga Lake. The Basha Kill Nature Club for Kids 10:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. Let's learn about mapping! Meet at the library for a treasure hunt. Call to register: 8888004. Mamakating Library, 128 Sullivan Street., Wurtsboro. Author Talk: Peggy Gavan 11 a.m. 12 p.m. Warwick author, Peggy Gavan, will wind the audience through the streets of Old New York and Brooklyn as she tells amazing stories of these heroic cat men of Gotham and the alley cats they rescued and came to love. Fun for cat lovers and history fans alike! Books will be available for purchase ($20). Call for info: 888-8004. Mamakating Library, 128 Sullivan Street., Wurtsboro. The Funky Hippy Chic Boutique ARTISAN WALK 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Kick off the summer with a sidewalk pop-up event! A short stroll to both Resorts World Casino and The Kartrite Resort and Water Park. Handmade jewelry, soaps, crafts and art, as well as all the groovy goods found in The Funky Hippy Chic Boutique. 679 Resorts World Dr, Monticello. For info call 845-798-1488. Bruce Conner Film Festival Showings at 12, 3 and 6 p.m. CROSSROADS, 1976, 35mm, b&w/sound, 36 minutes. Laundry King, 65 Main St, Livingston Manor. Free admission. For info visit www.catskillartsociety.org. Gene Weinstein: Eagle’s of New York at Wurtsboro Art Alliance 5 p.m. Avid wildlife photographer and eagle expert Gene Weinstein will present his collection of photographs of the eagle's taken in and around Sullivan County. Free, light refreshments will be served. Wurtsboro Art Alliance is located at 73 Sullivan Street Wurtsboro. Contra Dance 7:15 p.m. Beginners are most welcome! Dancing will start at 7:30 p.m. J U N E / J U LY 2 0 1 9


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Sullivan Fresh Farmers’ Market at Monticello 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. 10 Jefferson Street, Monticello. Every Monday in July & August. E. B. Crawford Public Library in Monticello Knit & Crochet 5:30 - 7 p.m. Work alongside others on individual projects or start a new project while learning new techniques. Select supplies will be available. For info call 845 794-4660.

Wednesday, July 3

Drive-Thru Chicken BBQ 4 - 7 p.m. Pick up only. Tickets $12. Monticello Elks Lodge #1544, 46 North Street, Monticello. Info: 794-1544. Heartbeat Music Hall of Grahamsville Open Mic 7 - 10:30 p.m. Every Wednesday. No charge and down home hospitality! Donations welcome. Info: 845-985-2731. Heartbeat Music Hall of Grahamsville, 304 Main St., Grahamsville.

Thursday, July 4

INDEPENDENCE DAY Narrowsburg Fire Dept. Parade & Chicken BBQ, TBA. Take-out only. 203 Bridge St., Narrowsburg. Call 252-3328 for more info. Kauneonga Lake Fireworks Display Approx. 9 p.m.

Saturday, July 6

Grahamsville Reformed Church Bake Sale 9 a.m. until sold out! Homemade pies, cakes, cookies, brownies and assorted goodies! Grahamsville Reformed Church Hall, State Rte 55, Grahamsville. Call 985-7480 for info. Saturday Morning Yoga in Bethel 9 a.m. $5 donation. Beekman Pavilion, Kauneonga Lake. Kauneonga Lake Farmer’s Market 10 a.m. 1 p.m. KL Veteran's Square -3686 Rt 55, Bethel. Narrowsburg Farmers' Market 10 a.m. 1 p.m. Behind the Narrowsburg Union on 7 Erie Ave., Narrowsburg. Rain or shine. Every Saturday until Oct. 26. Bruce Conner Film Festival Showings at 12, 3 and 6 p.m. A MOVIE, 1958, 16mm, b&w/sound, 12 minutes. Laundry King, 65 Main St, Livingston Manor. Free admission. For info visit www.catskillartsociety.org. Twilight on the Rails 6:30 p.m. This specially scheduled ride provides an evening of live music aboard the train, featuring one of the region’s top bands, Blues Maneuver. J U N E / J U LY 2 0 1 9

Bring a picnic and beverages. The D & U Railroad, 43510 State Highway 28, Arkville. Call (800) 225-4132 or (845) 586-2929 for more info and tickets. Meditation Class: Freedom from Negative Thoughts 4 - 5:30 p.m. Presented by Kadampa Meditation Center New York, classes will be held at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, 31 West Main St., Port Jervis every Saturday. Cost is $10 per class, no registration is required. Everyone is welcome and no experience is necessary. Each class will include short guided meditations and practical advice for improving daily life. For info call 856-9000.

Sunday, July 7

Annual Fighting Fires 5K Run 9 a.m. Smallwood Firehouse. Info: fightingfires5k@yahoo.com.

Monday, July 8

E. B. Crawford Public Library in Monticello Writers Group 6 - 7:45 p.m. Attend a twice monthly meeting of aspiring writers working together with others to hone their craft. For more info, please call 845 7944660.

Tuesday, July 9

Free Yoga Class 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. Family Yoga Class. Held at Ellenville Central School. Fruit infused water provided. Bring yoga mat! To sign up call Shanna Nigro at 647-6400 ext. 336.

Thursday, July 11

Bethel Lakeside Music Series 6:30 - 8 p.m. Every Thursday until Aug. 29. Kauneonga Community Gazebo Park, Kauneonga Lake. Comedy Night at Roscoe Beer Co. 7 p.m. Presented by Herron Entertainment. 145 Rockland Rd., Roscoe. For info call (607) 290-5002. The Klezmatics at Bethel Woods 8 p.m. World-renowned klezmer group The Klezmatics in the Event Gallery, Bethel Woods’ intimate, indoor concert space. For tickets visit www.BethelWoodsCenter.org.

Saturday, July 13

Saturday Morning Yoga in Bethel 9 a.m. $5 donation. Beekman Pavilion, Kauneonga Lake.

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Claryville Fire Dept. All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast 7 a.m. - 12 p.m. Adults: $9, Children Ages 5-11: $5, Under 5 Yrs. Free. $50 from the Breakfast Is Donated to the Claryville Reformed Church Food Pantry. 1500 Denning Rd., Claryville. Call 845-9857270 for more info. Woodbourne Fire Dept. Annual Car Show. TBA. 355 Firehouse Rd., Woodbourne. Call 434-6763 for more info. C AT S K I L L S C O N F I D E N T I A L

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