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welcome to Sullivan Catskills he leaves are changing and sweater weather is in full effect which means it’s time to gather up the family and head out to see the natural beauty of the Sullivan Catskills. Festivals at Bethel Woods reflect upon their dedication to supporting sustainability by providing a venue for our local farmers, artisans, community organizations and businesses. Each Festival highlights the finest of artisan goods in the Catskills. You do not want to miss Roscoe Beer Company’s largest festival of the year, the annual Oktoberfest, Sept. 30. They will feature their very own Troutoberfest beer! Did you know that there is a National Alpaca Day Festival? There is – and it’s happening on Sept. 23 at Buck Brook Alpacas in Roscoe, N.Y. The sixth annual Big Eddy Film Festival takes place Sept. 15 – 17 showing two dozen brand new feature films, documentaries, shorts, and videos for kids. Some of the dramatic films are shot in beautiful Sullivan County and will be featured at the Tusten Theatre in Narrowsburg, N.Y.

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Whether you are going trick-or-treating, carving pumpkins, hosting a dinner party or having an adults only spooktacular soirée, the best place for you to enjoy Halloween is in the Sullivan Catskills. If you crave paranormal activity – you must check out the Burn Brae Mansions Murder Mystery. Bring a group of friends and gather around the Cauldron to figure out “who done it.” You will find fall fun for everyone at the 37th Annual Giant Pumpkin Party held on Oct. 7 in Grahamsville, N.Y. There will be plenty of games, pony rides, a haunted house and so much more! Costumes are encouraged! Don’t be late to the pumpkin patch. At Cunningham Family Farms you can pick your own pumpkins, get lost in a corn maze and take a hay ride! The fall season is filled with a multitude of events spread throughout the county. Check out our Community Calendar at www.sullivancatskills.com or like us on Facebook “Sullivan Catskills” for full calendar details.

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The 6th annual Wine Festival at Bethel Woods, featuring various wines, live music, games, a food court and more, takes place on Saturday, October 7. Tickets are on sale now. The cost of admission is $65 for VIP, $25 tasting / general admission and $10 for the designated driver. Ticket prices increase $5 the day of the event. A VIP ticket includes: Exclusive, early access to all wineries from noon to 1 p.m., a commemorative wine glass, admission into the Museum at Bethel Woods, access to the Green Room, and an exclusive pairing course in the Event Gallery (includes cheeses, meats, and desserts). VIP admission begins at noon, otherwise, general admission starts at 1 p.m. and the event ends at 5 p.m. If you like running, the Vintage Run Half Marathon and 5K, which starts and finishes at Bethel Woods, but is organized by Race Director Myriam Loor, takes place that morning (10 a.m. start for the half marathon and 11 a.m. for the 5K). For race and course details, cost of the run and special offers (that include museum and festival admission), visit http://vintageruns.com/. AUTUMN 2017

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oes the sound of live music, the sight of an assortment of vendors and the taste of the best wine and brews the region has to offer interest you? Then look no further than two events happening on back-to-back weekends at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, located on 200 Hurd Road in Bethel, N.Y.

The 5th annual Craft Beer Festival at Bethel Woods is slated for October 14. There will be a variety of beers from over 20 breweries from across the region, plus several food vendors and artisans. The event also features performances by the PigPen Theatre Company and Lucky Chops. Tickets, which can be purchased now, are $80 for VIP, $40 for tasting / general admission and $15 for the designated driver. Ticket prices increase $5 the day of the event. A VIP ticket includes: access to The Green Room, and a private menu (Bratwurst to bacon wrapped marbled potatoes, riblets and more), exclusive, early access to all breweries from noon to 1 p.m., a commemorative glass and t-shirt and admission to the Museum at Bethel Woods. While VIP admission is at noon, general admission starts at 1 p.m. The event ends at 5 p.m. For both the Wine Festival and Craft Beer Festival, all attendees, including designated drivers, must be 21+ years of age. The festivals will be held rain or shine. No pets, children or strollers allowed. Valid ID is required for admission. Event staff reserves the right to refuse service to anyone at any time. Also, no outside food or beverage permitted. For more info about the two festivals, as well as the museum and other events, visit www.bethelwoodscenter.org. C AT S K I L L S C O N F I D E N T I A L

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ead down to Main Street in Callicoon, N.Y. on Saturday, October 7 for a day filled with art and fun! The fourth annual Callicoon ArtWalk, features artists displaying their work in shops and restaurants, live music, nighttime outdoor video projections, and the first annual Callicoon ArtWalk Short Shorts Film Festival curated by Elizabeth Ennis and Xeth Feinberg.There will be also be a silent art auction to benefit the local youth center. The event’s Art Making in the Park feature,

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There’s no doubt that your creative spirit will be awakened at the Callicoon ArtWalk. Businesses on Main Street will be open later than usual, many of which will showcase amazing work from area artists. A series of workshops are also scheduled, including pottery making, origami for beginners, taking great photos with your mobile phone and much more, offering a fun way to learn new things. There will also be live music and performances, such as Raina Bowers’ Fire Dance (see photo at bottom of the page), which will close out this year’s event, and don’t miss the art auction to benefit the local youth center. With a diverse mix of activities there is something for everyone to enjoy at the event.

highlighting all exhibits and events featured in town shops, restaurants, galleries and Callicoon Creek Park. Raina Bowers’ Fire Dance will close out the day’s events at 7:30 p.m. Last year’s ArtWalk featured over 70 artists in 40 locations. Details for the event will be listed at http://visitcallicoon.com/callicoon-artwalk/ and the event’s Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/callicoonartwalk/.

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The Callicoon ArtWalk is organized by the Callicoon ArtWalk Committee, which is part of the Callicoon Business Association, a local organization dedicated to the success and growth of its local businesses. Callicoon Business Association works to enhance Callicoon’s standing in Sullivan County, the region and New York State, by focusing on its people, natural beauty and attractions. For details and more information e-mail: alexis.siroc@gmail.com or call Alexis Siroc at (845) 887-5147.

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f you’re looking for family fun, catch a train into the past and visit the Roscoe New York Ontario and Western Railway Museum, located right off Route 17 (Future Interstate 86), exit 94, in Roscoe, N.Y. With a great variety of displays and exhibits, some of which are interactive, the railway museum presents an informative and enjoyable experience for persons of all ages. The museum’s most extensive collection are items related to the history of the New York Ontario and Western Railway; from old conductor’s uniforms, model trains, old bonds, historic signs, an old ticket booth and much more. All of which showcase how important the O&W Railway was to the area’s history. The railway’s primary business was bringing tourists to the area, as well as transporting coal and dairy products.

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This old ticket window is one of several classic items at the museum which take your mind on a journey to the past.

through public donations to house exhibits. Within a few years, the caboose was filled to capacity and the museum looked to expand. In 1987, after receiving several grants, the society and museum were able to purchase Wood’s Garage, located across the street on 7 Railway Avenue, which houses the exhibits today. During 2006, a flood devastated the museum. In 2016, renovations were started, and while still in progress, they don’t detract from the exhibits. Utilizing donations by dedicated museum members and visitors, the Roscoe O&W Railway Museum revitalization is performed by four dedicated volunteers, continued on page 16

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f you’re looking for family fun, catch a train into the past and visit the Roscoe New York Ontario and Western Railway Museum, located right off Route 17 (Future Interstate 86), exit 94, in Roscoe, N.Y. With a great variety of displays and exhibits, some of which are interactive, the railway museum presents an informative and enjoyable experience for persons of all ages. The museum’s most extensive collection are items related to the history of the New York Ontario and Western Railway; from old conductor’s uniforms, model trains, old bonds, historic signs, an old ticket booth and much more. All of which showcase how important the O&W Railway was to the area’s history. The railway’s primary business was bringing tourists to the area, as well as transporting coal and dairy products.

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“If it wasn’t for the railroad, Sullivan County would not have become the industrial center it once was,” Museum volunteer Charlie Irace said. Citing areas of manufacturing such as, wood, gunpowder, chemicals, blue stone, dairy, and glass factories. He further explained that what roads existed in the 1800s were impassible during most of the year due to snow and mud, and the canals froze in the winter and could dry up in the summer. The railway was the only reliable way to move products and people to and from Sullivan County. The museum was established in the mid-1980s under the charter of the O&W Railway Historical Society with the perseverance of Wilmer Sipple and local citizens. An Erie caboose was purchased

This old ticket window is one of several classic items at the museum which take your mind on a journey to the past.

through public donations to house exhibits. Within a few years, the caboose was filled to capacity and the museum looked to expand. In 1987, after receiving several grants, the society and museum were able to purchase Wood’s Garage, located across the street on 7 Railway Avenue, which houses the exhibits today. During 2006, a flood devastated the museum. In 2016, renovations were started, and while still in progress, they don’t detract from the exhibits. Utilizing donations by dedicated museum members and visitors, the Roscoe O&W Railway Museum revitalization is performed by four dedicated volunteers, continued on page 16

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Jackie Jara (President), Charlie Irace, Fred Stumpp (Vice President and Tour Guide) and his wife Brenda Stumpp. Not a train buff? Not a problem. The museum also has other exhibits to catch your eye, including two that debuted this year: American Toys 1900-1970 and Sullivan County’s American Civil War Vets of the 10th legion. Local mementos are also in abundance, such as old mailboxes from neighboring Fremont Center, to replicas of the old Roscoe and Livingston Manor train stations. Together all the displays and exhibits create a collection of items you won’t find anywhere else. “We’re trying to make history available to people in a fun way,” Irace said.

ROSCOE O&W RAILWAY MUSEUM 7 Railway Ave, Roscoe, NY https://www.facebook.com/pages/Roscoe -OW-Railway-Museum/152220541555367 Open weekends from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. through Columbus Day weekend. Free admission. The museum runs completely on donations from the public. Interested donors should contact Museum Treasurer Charlie Irace at 845-798-2139 or mail their donation to Roscoe O&W Railway Museum, P.O. Box 305, Roscoe, NY, 12776.

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re you ready for some football? With flat-screen TV’s, great food and an array of beverages, there’s no better place to catch all the action then BVH Sports Bar in Barryville, N.Y. The restaurant, which is one of the few businesses in the area with NFL Sunday Ticket, is open Wednesday through Sunday year round. It’s owned by Elyse Bouloukos, and managed by her sons Greg and John.The property has been in the family for 58 years, dating back to 1959 when it was the Barryville Hotel.They rebranded in 1992 as the BVH Sports Bar. The sports bar has several choices for food lovers. BVH is especially known for their wings, which earned back-to-back Hudson Valley Wing Fest titles in 2013 and 2014. Everyday flavors include Mild and Medium Buffalo, Jack Daniels BBQ, Honey BBQ, Teriyaki Garlic, Maple Chipotle, Jalapeño Cheddar, Hot Honey Garlic, Honey Garlic Sriracha, Buffalo Garlic Parm, Johnny Hotzz, General Tso and Screaming Duck.There’s also a bunch of additional flavors available daily, so make sure to check out their Facebook to see what’s on the menu. Another customer favorite is the Brisket Melt. BVH also has burgers, chicken dishes, appetizers, salads and desserts available. Are you a vegetarian? Make sure to order the veggie chili with your nachos or try the marinated grilled portabella burger and much more! Greg does a majority of the cooking, while John is known for making several tasty wing sauces with a kick. John takes the lead at the bar, where there’s no shortage of drink options to choose from. He even created some drinks himself, like the Captain’s Treasure Chest (Captain Morgan Rum, Kracken Rum, Malibu Rum, Sprite, Cranberry Juice and Pineapple Juice) and the Fuzzy Pear (Pear Vodka, Peachtree Schnapps, Sweet and Sour, Club Soda and Sprite). Several celebrities have stopped by to eat

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With enough TV’s to ensure you’ll see the game you want, great sound and plenty of seating, make sure to head to BVH Sports Bar to catch the biggest games of the week. at BVH, including current and former NFL players, some of which included, Ricky Williams and the late Junior Seau, former New York Knicks forward Anthony Mason and actor/comedian David Cross. In addition to the TV’s, speakers surround the sports bar to make you feel like you’re on the field. Plus, there’s Wi-Fi available so you can check how your fantasy team is doing. With 10 televisions, there is one for each game, as well as others left over in case you prefer to catch a baseball, basketball or hockey game. The Bouloukos also own the Barryville Liquor Store, which is right next door, offering a great selection of wine, liquors and spirits. No matter the size of the party, BVH has plenty of seating for customers. “It’s always sports fan friendly,” John said. “There’s fun banter. I like seeing people enjoy the food my brother made and the sauces I make.”

Watching the big game is nice, but it’s even better with great food. BVH has several wing flavors, vegetarian options and desserts to choose from.

BVH SPORTS BAR 45 Yulan Barryville Road Barryville, NY (845) 557-9903 Hours: Wed through Sat 5-11 p.m.; Sun 3-9 p.m. (Noon- 9 p.m. during the NFL Football season) Check their Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/bvhsportsbar/ for daily specials. Wednesday night is Wing Night, with 70-cent wings and $2 Rolling Rock draft pints. BVH is cash only, but there is an ATM on the premise.

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September 15 Liberty Museum & Arts Center Craft Exhibition: Animal, Vegetable, Mineral: September @ 12:00 pm - through October 14 @ 4:00 pm. Admission is free. 46 S Main St, Liberty, NY 12754 RECURRING EVENT 20TH Annual Jeep Jamboree through Sept. 16 Home Base: Mr. Willy’s, Rte. 42 South, Monticello. Family oriented, off-road adventure weekend for Jeep owners from showroom stock to modified. 845-791-4328 POW MIA Recognition Day: The County invites the public and press to take the time to remember those who were prisoners of war (POW), those who remain missing in action (MIA), and their families. For additional information on this event, please contact the Sullivan County Veterans Service Agency at (845) 807-0233. 100 North St Monticello, NY 12701 The Flicks film series: Monty Python and the Holy Grail At Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. 200 Hurd Rd.Bethel, NY 12720 United States 866-781-2922 www.bethelwoodscenter.org Live Music @ The Lava Lounge @ 8:00 pm RECURRING EVENT Monticello Casino & Raceway, 204 State Rte 17B NY Every Fri and Sat. Rhio with the Leigh Crizoe Trio Appearing at B-Ville @ 8:00 pm - through September 16 @ 10:30 pm RECURRING EVENT B-Ville 3396 State Route 97 Barryville, NY 12719, 3396 State Route 97 Barryville, NY 12719 Big Eddy Film Festival 2017 @ 8:00 pm - 11:30 pm. Tusten Theatre, 210 Bridge St., Narrowsburg, NY 12764 RECURRING EVENT.

September 16 Liberty Museum & Arts Center Craft Exhibition: Animal, Vegetable, Mineral: (see Sept 15 for details) 20TH Annual Jeep Jamboree (see Sept 15 for details) Rhio with the Leigh Crizoe Trio Appearing at B-Ville (see Sept 15 for details)

Grahamsville United Methodist Church Thrift Sale, 9 a.m. noon, 356 Main St., Grahamsville. Call 985-2283 for info. RECURRING EVENT Big Eddy Film Festival 2017 LOCAL-Themed DOUBLE HEADER @ 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm. Tusten Theatre, 210 Bridge St., Narrowsburg, NY 12764 Free Movie Screenings at E.B. Crawford Public Library, 479 Broadway, Monticello, NY 1270. First Saturday of each month. RECURRING EVENT Cornell Country BBQ & Live Auction: September 16 @ 4:00 pm - 7:30 pm. 64 Ferndale Loomis Road, Liberty NY, 64 Ferndale Loomis Road, Liberty, NY 12754. Popular mouth-watering farm to fork dinner, live music, and the best auction experiences. Rock the Mansion: Zebra’s Randy Jackson & Black Dog @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm Burn Brae Mansion, 573 High Rd. Glen Spey, NY 12737. Join us for a rocking concert starring Randy Jackson of Zebra, Black Dog, the ultimate Led Zeppelin Tribute Band, and special guest saxophonist Willie Scoppettone, at the Burn Brae Festival Stage! Cabaret for a Cause: Come celebrate and raise money for a great cause all while enjoying a live cabaret performance followed by a DJ dance party. RISE of Sullivan County helps many individuals and families process and cope with sexual assault and it’s fallout. 7:00 pm - 12:00 am @ Cabernet Frank’s, 38 Main Street, Parksville, NY 12768 Slam Allen Live! Award-winning Blues musician Slam Allen Live at the Tavern! 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm. Forestburgh Playhouse, 39 Forestburgh Rd Forestburgh, NY 12777 Live Music @ the Lava Lounge: Every Friday and Saturday Live Music @ The Lava Lounge! https://monticellocasinoandraceway.com/promotions-events/entertainment. Monticello Casino & Raceway, 204 State Rte 17B NY Bradstan Cabaret Series: Scott Samuelson and Jeanne MacDonald “Old Friends”: @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts Event Gallery, 200 Hurd Rd, Bethel, NY 12720. 866-781-2922 Gruppo Mundo at Downtown Barn 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm . Gruppo Mondo is a Premiere Live Jazz/Funk Group based in The Berkshires & Hudson Valley. 4 Darbee Lane, Liberty, NY 12754. 845-747-9665 Live Music at the Monticello Raceway featuring Best Buds. @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm Monticello Casino & Raceway, 204 State Rte 17B NY

September 17 Annual Poetry Festival at the Liberty Museum and Arts Center, 46 South Main Street, Liberty, N.Y. 12754 Cabaret for a Cause (see Sept 16 for details) Liberty Museum & Arts Center Craft Exhibition: Animal, Vegetable, Mineral: (see Sept. 15 for details) Farm to Table Brunch at Bethel Woods. @ 10:00 am Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, 200 Hurd Rd, Bethel, NY 12720

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September 23 Claryville Reform Church Annual Roast Pork Dinner 4pm7pm with Potatoes, Green Beans, Cabbage, and Homemade Desserts, Adults $12, Children 5-10 $5, Under 5 Free. 946 Claryville Rd, Claryville, NY 12725

September 24 North American Cultural Laboratory (NACL) Theatre (see Sept 22 for details) Time & the Valleys Museum, 332 Main St., Grahamsville, 985-7700. Members: Free, non-members pay $3. The story of the Lenape is a historical reenactment by Tom Riley who plays the part of a Lenape warrior. Painted for war, he will recount the origins of the Lenape and trace their history from the earliest times, through the colonial period to the present. Refreshments are included. Graham Nash @ 8:00 pm Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, 200 Hurd Rd Bethel, NY 12720

September 26 Grahamsville United Methodist Church Thrift Sales and Luncheons. (see Sept 16 for details)

September 28 Cabaret Night at the Bethel Woods Event Gallery, cosponsored by the Shandelee Music Festival and Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, featuring Borislav Strulev and Friends, 8 p.m. The Russian-American cellist has gained a reputation as a musician of exceptional temperament, charismatic personality and virtuoso technique. The program will include Classical, Tango and Jazz pieces. Call 845-439-3277 for ticket information or go to www.shandelee.org.

October 1 Liberty Museum & Arts Center Craft Exhibition: Animal, AUTUMN 2017

Vegetable, Mineral: (see Sept 15 for detailsº Callicoon Brewing Live Music: Driscoll & Smith @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm. Callicoon Brewing Company, 16 Upper Main St., Callicoon, NY 12723 RECURRING EVENT Every Sunday 2pm live music ! Never a cover!

October 4 Cabraoke Wednesdays! 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm Cabernet Frank’s, 38 Main Street, Parksville, NY 12768. Cab'raoke like the whole world is watching - even if it is only the bar filled with all your new besties.

October 5 Callicoon Brewing Karaoke every Thursday night with SFP 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm. Recurring Event. Upper Main St., Callioon NY, 12723

October 6 Columbus Day Weekend Family Retreat from Oct. 6 @ 8:00 am Oct. 9 @ 5:00 pm . Enjoy the Catskill Mountain foliage at its finest and your family will have a blast hiking, climbing, canoeing, creating arts and crafts, and more. Don’t miss our annual boat regatta! Bring your recyclable materials (soda bottles, plastic crates, etc.) and design your vessel with our assistance and available supplies. Test your craft on Biscuit Brook for the chance to win a special prize! You’ll also enjoy a performance in the Castle by the Bronx Opera. Frost Valley YMCA. 2000 Frost Valley Rd. Claryville, NY 12725. 845-282-6180

October 7 Wine Festival @ Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, 200 Hurd Rd., Bethel. The Festival will feature tastings from wineries in the Hudson Valley and Finger Lakes region, all of which will be available for sale. 845-583-2000 C AT S K I L L S C O N F I D E N T I A L

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Fall Hike @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm. Join us for a guided Fall Hike at the Tusten Mountain Trail in Sullivan County, NY. Tusten Mountain Trail Narrowsburg, NY 12764 Free Movie Screenings at E.B. Crawford Public Library, 479 Broadway, Monticello, NY 12720. Murder Mystery Dinner: Hocus Pocus @ 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm. A coven of witches has come together to initiate a new member, but with bold ambitions and deep resentments. Burn Brae Mansion, 573 High Rd. Glen Spey, NY 12737 Jan Turan @ 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm Cabernet Frank’s, 38 Main Street, Parksville, NY 12768 Rick Rourke and Lost Wages at Downtown Barn. 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm Come watch Downtown Barn veterans Rick Rourke and Lost Wages play their Roots, Blues and Acoustic Soul! Downtown Barn, 14 Darbee Lane, Liberty, NY 12754

October 10 Grahamsville United Methodist Church Thrift Sales and Luncheons. Thrift Sales 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., and Luncheons 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 356 Main St., Grahamsville. Call 985-2283 for info.

October 13 Hidden Figures - Museum Theater. 7:00 pm Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, 200 Hurd Rd. Bethel, NY 12720

October 14 Benefit Concert for Pets Alive with Patti Greco Sunshine The Tavern at the Forestburgh Playhouse. 8pm showtime, Tickets $20 advance , $25 at the door. Purchase tickets at www. Fbplayhouse.org www.pattigrecosunshine.com , Suggested reservations (Dinner available till 7:30) North American Cultural Laboratory (NACL) Theatre, celebrating its 20-year anniversary, hosts BENEDICTINE & BRANDY: Seasonally Affected from 7:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. B&B sun-bleach your curtains and rattle your sashes - musics of the year, at NACL Theatre, 110 Highland Lake Road, Highland Lake. Call 845-557-0694 for more information. Buy a CSArts PASS NOW at NACL.ORG

3277 for ticket information or go to www.shandelee.org. Callicoon Brewing Karaoke every Thursday night with SFP 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm. Recurring Event. Upper Main St., Callioon NY, 12723

October 20 SCAS Annual Dinner at the Rockland House a.m. - Join Sullivan Audubon for a great meal, fun raffle and guest speaker Ken Witkowski, of the Shawangunk Grasslands NWR. Ken is a birder, field leader and biological science technician for the US Fish and Wildlife Service; with these credentials he brings a great perspective to this year’s dinner. You don’t need to be a member to attend but reservations accepted only until 10/16. Contact Maura Muller, Audubon Dinner Coordinator at 845-239-9404 or email lakenewsllm@yahoo.com and don’t forget to check out our website www.sullivanaudubon.org. Halloween Weekend @ 8:00 am - October 22 @ 5:00 pm. Each year, we offer two to three weekends in October dedicated to spook-tacular fun! With costume parades, pumpkin painting, mask making, and apple cidering, Halloween has never been so eerily exciting. When the sun goes down, we have something for guests of all ages. Win prizes in our silly Halloween games for the little ones or the brave at heart can test their courage walking through our haunted trail…if you dare! Frost Valley YMCA, 2000 Frost Valley Rd., Claryville, NY 12725 845-282-6180.

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Time & the Valleys Museum, 332 Main St., Grahamsville, 985-7700. Members: Free, non-members pay $3. Barn restoration at the Lost Catskill Farm, at 2 p.m. Zeke Boyle of Beechwoods Barns restored the local 1870s Huff Barn on the museum’s Lost Catskill Farm with help from Robert V. Curry. Hear their amazing story of how the barn was dismantled by volunteers – including a demonstration of how to make a hand-hewn beam. Refreshments included.

Grahamsville United Methodist Church Thrift Sale, 9 a.m. noon, 356 Main St., Grahamsville. Call 985-2283 for info. Cooking Demo: Farm to Fork with Laura Silverman @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am. RECURRING EVENT Hands-on demonstration of delicious dishes made with local products from farmers market purveyors. New recipes! Free samples! Laura is a writer, naturalist, and cook. Barryville Farmer’s Market, 3385 State Rte. 97, Barryville, NY 12719 The Actual Dance - solo play at Tusten Theater in Narrowsburg, NY @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm. An award-winning solo play about the transformative power of love in the face of illness. Written by Sam Simon. Live Music at the Lava Lounge. 8:00 pm Monticello Casino & Raceway, 204 State Rte 17B NY The Stillette-Hoes @ 10:00 pm - 11:00 pm Cabernet Frank’s, 38 Main Street, Parksville, NY 12768

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Enjoy an electrifying evening with Grammy-nominated ZOFO at the Bethel Woods Event Gallery, 8 p.m. Since joining forces as a professional duo in 2009, internationally acclaimed solo pianists Eva-Maria Zimmermann and Keisuke Nakagoshi – ZOFO – have electrified audiences from Carnegie Hall to Tokyo, Japan with their dazzling artistry and outside-the-box thematic programming for piano-four-hands. The program will include the music of Debussy / Ravel, Stravinsky and Holst, as well as some newly commissioned works for piano duets. Call 845-43924

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Halloween Weekend @ 8:00 am (see Oct. 21 for details} From Wilderness to Woodstock @ 2:00 pm. The story of the Catskill resorts from 1823 to 1974 At the Time and the Valleys Museum, 332 Main St. Grahamsville, NY 12740 Callicoon Brewing Live Music: Driscoll & Smith. 2:00 pm 5:00 pm. Callicoon Brewing Company, 16 Upper Main St., Callicoon, NY 12723

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Wednesday Trivia Night @ Callicoon Brewing Co. @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm. Every Wednesday is Trivia Night at Callicoon Brewing with a chance to win one of four great prizes!

October 26 Callicoon Brewing Karaoke every Thursday night with SFP. 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm. Upper Main Street, Callicoon NY, 12723. 8 pm karaoke come out and sing and be merry!

October 27 The Shining - Museum Theater. 7:00 pm Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, 200 Hurd Rd. Bethel, NY 12720. For adults 18 and over.

October 28 Halloween Dance - The Delaware Youth Center in Callicoon holds their annual benefit dance. Live band, prizes for best costumes 8-11 p.m. Bring your own refreshments. Age: 21+ For information call 887-5634 or email info@delawareyouthcenter.org. Blues at Bethel Woods: 6:30 pm Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, 200 Hurd Rd., Bethel, NY 12720 Wurtsboro Halloweenfest @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm. Costume contests for both kids & pets with prizes, kids’ crafts & activities, a walking tour of storefront window paintings and more! Veteran’s Park, Sullivan St., Wurtsboro. Free Movie Screenings at E.B. Crawford Public Library (Monticello) @ 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm. 479 BroadwayMonticello, NY 12701 Blues at Bethel Woods @ 6:30 pm. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, 200 Hurd Rd Bethel, NY 12720 Monster Mash Party featuring Paprika @ 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm. Come celebrate Halloween at Cab Frankenstein's Monster Mash with Paprika! it'll be an all ghoul's night. Prizes for best costume and more....Cabernet Frank’s, 38 Main Street, Parksville, NY 12768 Rocky Horror @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm RECURRING EVENT Forestburgh Playhouse, 39 Forestburgh Rd. Forestburgh, NY 12777. FREE

October 29 Nightmare Before Christmas - Museum Theater @ 2:00 pm. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, 200 Hurd Rd., Bethel, NY 12720 Halloween Dance @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm. 845-887-5634 Delaware Youth Center, 8 Creamery Rd., Callicoon. Live band, prizes for best costumes. Bring your own refreshments. Age 21+ Callicoon Brewing Live Music: Driscoll & Smith. 2:00 pm 5:00 pm. Callicoon Brewing Company, 16 Upper Main St., Callicoon, NY 12723

Callicoon Brewing Karaoke every Thursday night with SFP 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm. Recurring Event. Upper Main St., Callicoon NY, 12723

November 3 Live Music @ the Lava Lounge: Every Friday and Saturday Live Music @ The Lava Lounge! https://monticellocasinoandraceway.com/promotions-events/entertainment. Monticello Casino & Raceway, 204 State Rte 17B NY

November 4 Free Movie Screenings at E.B. Crawford Public Library, 479 Broadway, Monticello, NY 12720. EVA folk trio at Tusten Theater in Narrowburg, NY @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm DVAA presents breathtaking voices with roots in Australia, Ireland, the UK & the USA, EVA performs a seamless mix of traditional and contemporary original folk music. Live Music @ the Lava Lounge: Every Friday and Saturday Live Music @ The Lava Lounge! https://monticellocasinoandraceway.com/promotions-events/entertainment. Monticello Casino & Raceway, 204 State Rte 17B NY

November 5 The Right to Vote: 100th Anniversary @ 2:00 pm. Join us for a special program commemorating the 100th anniversary of women getting the right to vote in New York State, including an exhibit on prominent local women. Refreshments are included. Time and the Valleys Museum, 332 Main St., Grahamsville, NY 12740 845-985-7711 Callicoon Brewing Live Music : Driscoll & Smith @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm. 16 Upper Main St., Callicoon, NY 12723

November 7 Grahamsville United Methodist Church Thrift Sales and Luncheons. Thrift Sales 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., and Luncheons 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 356 Main St., Grahamsville. Call 985-2283 for info. Wednesday Trivia Night @ Callicoon Brewing Co. @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm. Every Wednesday is Trivia Night at Callicoon Brewing with a chance to win one of four prizes!

November 8 Wednesday Trivia Night @ Callicoon Brewing Co. @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm. Every Wednesday is Trivia Night at Callicoon Brewing with a chance to win one of four prizes!

November 9 Callicoon Brewing Karaoke every Thursday night with SFP 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm. Recurring Event. Upper Main St., Callicoon NY, 12723

October 31 Grahamsville United Methodist Church Thrift Sales and Luncheons. Thrift Sales 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., and Luncheons 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 356 Main St., Grahamsville. Call 985-2283 for info.

November 1 Cab’raoke Wednesday is costume Karaoke!@ 5:00 pm 11:00 pm Cabernet Frank’s, 38 Main Street, Parksville, NY

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November 10 Live Music @ the Lava Lounge: Every Friday and Saturday Live Music @ The Lava Lounge! https://monticellocasinoandraceway.com/promotions-events/entertain ment. Monticello Casino & Raceway, 204 State Rte 17B NY

November 11 The Dali Quartet at Tusten Theater @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm DVAA presents The Dalí Quartet – “Classical Roots, Latin Soul.” This unique chamber group performs a signature mix of Latin American, Classical and Romantic repertoire that’s totally unique, vibrant and exciting.

Join us for the final performance in DVAA’s fall cultural series at the Tusten Theatre. Narrowsburg, NY. Live Music @ the Lava Lounge: Every Friday and Saturday Live Music @ The Lava Lounge! https://monticellocasinoandraceway.com/promotions-events/entertain ment. Monticello Casino & Raceway, 204 State Rte 17B NY`

November 12 Callicoon Brewing Live Music: Driscoll & Smith. 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm. Callicoon Brewing Company, 16 Upper Main St., Callicoon, NY 12723

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3385 State Route 97, Located behind The River Market, Barryville, NY. Every Saturday from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. through October 28. 570-224-8013 www.barryvillefarmersmarket.com

Neversink Chamber of Commerce Market Manager: Russel the Barefoot Gardener 4 Schumway Rd Neversink, NY Every Saturday from 10 a.m. -2 p.m. until sometime in October. 845-985-2076

Bethel Flea Market Rte 17B, Bethel, New York 8am-6pm. contact Stephen (845) 798-5088 www.barryvillefarmersmarket.com

Callicoon Farmers Market Sundays 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Outdoor Market A. Dorrer Drive, Callicoon Creek Park Callicoon, NY May 7th through November 12th. Every Sunday from 11a.m. - 2p.m. www.callicoonfarmersmarket.org

Callicoon Indoor Market 8 Creamery Road, Delaware Youth Center Callicoon, NY November through April.

Liberty Farmers Market Creekside Park 119 N. Main Street Liberty, NY Through September 29th, from 3 p.m. - 6 p.m. 845-439-1230 www.catskillmountainkeeper.org

Monticello Farmers Market North Street and Jefferson St., Ted Stroebele Parking Lot Monticello, NY Through September 18 from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. 845-439-1230 www.catskillmountainkeeper.org

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Rock Hill Farmers Market 223 Rock Hill Drive Rock Hill, NY Through September 30 from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. www.rockhillfarmersmarket.com

Roscoe Farmers Market Niforatos Field 1978 Old Route 17 Roscoe, NY Through October 8th from 10 a.m.-2 every Sunday www.roscoeny.com

The Harvest Festival at Bethel Woods 200 Hurd Road, Bethel Woods Performing Arts Center, Bethel, NY From 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. (Through October 1) Sundays in the fall 845-295-2550

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