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With a fun-filled day set for September 22, the Narrowsburg Honeybee Festival is a great event for all. You’ll definitely want to “bee” there! And make sure to join the many in attendance and dress the part. Photo by Rob Amsler

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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. We are booming with activities and events...The Harvest Festival at Bethel Woods; every Sunday in September, their Craft: Beer, Spirits & Food Festival and the Wine Festival both take place in October; The Forestburgh Playhouse, will be having six showings of the ever popular “Rocky Horror Picture Show,” in October; The seventh annual Big Eddy Film Festival takes place Sept. 14-16! Did you know that there is a National Alpaca Day Festival? There is - and it’s happening on Sept. 22 at Buck Brook Alpacas in Roscoe, NY. 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”. Don’t miss the 33rd Annual Giant Pumpkin Party held on Oct. 6 in Grahamsville, NY. There will be plenty of games, pony rides a haunted house and so much more! If you enjoy great beer, cider, spirits and wine, you're in luck! Our expanding Beverage Trail features nearly a dozen craft breweries, cideries, wineries, and distilleries from Roscoe to Wurtsboro. While you’re out and about, grab a bite at one of our local eateries serving up fantastic food – some come with a side of the best live music. If you are still in need of a place to lay your head this weekend, check out our amazing one-of-a-kind accommodations. Welcome to fall in the Sullivan Catskills!

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here are few places as beautiful in the fall as the Sullivan Catskills. One of the best places around to bask in nature’s glory is Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. So don’t waste an opportunity to visit and enjoy the sights and sounds of their gorgeous grounds at two exciting festivals on consecutive weekends in October. The fun begins with the Wine Festival on Saturday, October 6. It takes place from 1-5 p.m. and features more than 30 wineries from the Hudson Valley and Finger Lake regions. In addition to savoring the finest wines, attendees can also enjoy live music from Massachusetts-based folk/rock band Parsonsfield, along with special guest and local singersongwriter Shlomo Franklin and a food court

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to satisfy all cravings. General Admission tickets are $30; Designated Driver tickets are $15. VIP tickets (offered at $70) include early access to all wineries before general admission, an exclusive food and wine pairing event in the intimate Event Gallery (available sessions include 1 and 3 p.m.), free admission into The Museum at Bethel Woods and entry into an exclusive lounge area. All ticket price levels increase the day of the event. Additionally, there are multiple pre-festival events for guests to enjoy, including a Paint and Sip experience overlooking the Pavilion Stage led by artist and printmaker Susan PanCONTINUED ON PAGE 8

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available in advance at www.BethelWoodsCenter.org, the Bethel Woods Box Office, Ticketmaster, or by phone at 1.800.745.3000. Both the Wine and CRAFT: Beer, Spirits and Food Festivals are 21-plus events. No one under 21, including designated drivers, will be permitted into the festival. Valid photo ID required for entry. Events will be held rain or shine. Sorry, no pets, children, strollers, outside food or beverages permitted. Event staff reserves the right to refuse service to anyone at any time.

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taleone and a Vintage Run Half Marathon and 5K. Then on October 13, don’t miss the CRAFT: Beer, Spirits and Food Festival, which takes place from 1-5 p.m. Offerings now include beer, spirits, cider and mead from the finest craft beverage makers across the region, creating a sampling menu that is sure to appeal to all palates. The day will also feature live music, food trucks and a craft market. General admission into the festival is $45 and includes unlimited tasting; Designated Driver tickets are $15. Purchase a VIP ticket ($85), which includes early access to all breweries before the public (Noon – 1 p.m.), entry into a private lounge, an exclusive dining session, a commemorative glass and t-shirt and free admission into The Museum at Bethel Woods. All ticket price levels increase the day of the event. Generous support for the 2018 CRAFT: Beer, Spirits and Food Festival is provided by Roscoe Beer Company. VIP Sponsor is Catskill Brewing. Tickets for both events are on-sale now and

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longing to bee ooking for a fun event for the entire family? Then the fourth annual Narrowsburg Honey Bee Festival on Main Street in Narrowsburg, NY, should be on your agenda. The free event takes place on Saturday, September 22 from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. The event’s packed schedule includes a

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magine a day when an entire hamlet is taken over by art. Main Street. The Park. There’s art on display in the windows of local businesses, and there is truly something for everyone. The Callicoon ArtWalk in Callicoon, NY is slated for Saturday, October 6. There will be art, music, galleries, workshops and more from noon to 8 p.m. More info about the event, which is put on by the Callicoon Business Association, can be found at art.callicoon@gmail.com.

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connoisseurs’ dreams come true T he Catskills Wine and Food Festival debuts on October 6-7 on the picturesque campgrounds of Camp Echo in Bloomingburg, NY. The two-day music and culinary experience will feature live cooking demonstrations and workshops from top chefs, a great roster of music, late night jam sessions and a local market curated with artisanal beers, wines, ciders, food and more. Here’s a few of the well-known participants... Jordan Andino (Flip Sigi and TV personality); Donatella Arpaia (Prova Pizzabar and Iron Chef judge); Sarah Blair (Culinary Producer); Josh Capon (Bowery Meat Company, Lure Fishbar, and more); Michael Chernow (The Meatball Shop and Seamore’s); Gail Simmons (BRAVO's Top Chef); Alex Guarnaschelli (Butter); Amirah Kassem (Flour Shop); Bobbie Lloyd (Magnolia Bakery, The Next Great Baker judge), to name a few. Musical guests include: The Revivalists, Lord Huron, Moon Taxi, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Drake White and the Big Fire, Ripe, Escort, Dwayne Gretzky, The Dip, and so much more! This special event was founded by Scott Rosenbluth in collaboration with Sarah Blair, culinary producer, and Jeff Grabow, owner of Camp Echo. For ticket information and the full lineup, visit catskillsfestival.com/.

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The first Catskills Wine and Food Festival will feature some amazing guests like, clockwise from the top, chef Josh Capon (Bowery Meat Co., Lure Fishbar and more), BRAVO Top Chef’s Gail Simmons, NYC restaurateur Michael Chernow and chef Marcus Samuelsson, the youngest person to ever receive a three-star review from The New York Times.

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The front entrance of the Beaverkill Valley Inn is an inviting sight. It’s a great place to escape to, as well as to tie the knot. These two did so in the barn which was part of the original property. The grounds offer many gorgeous views and places to explore, and once you’ve done that, you can head inside and relax in a beautifully appointed lounge area .

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ocated only two hours from New York City, the Beaverkill Valley Inn (BVI) offers resort like amenities in a remote region within the Catskill Park in Livingston Manor. And not if, but when you return, you’ll be greeted by the same familiar faces who make you feel like family. “We enjoy greeting our guests, many of whom come back year after year,” Room Sales and Hospitality Manager Kathy Bryant explains. “The Inn is elegant and comfortable, with great food and a warm and friendly vibe.” At BVI, outdoor adventure awaits families, couples and groups of friends hoping for a getaway and some relaxation. There are hiking trails, two mountain view tennis courts, one mile of private fly-fishing stream (season runs from April 1-October 15) and a croquet court. And while the gorgeous grounds will certainly draw you outside, there’s plenty to do indoors as well. There’s a clubhouse with an indoor heated pool, selfserve ice cream parlor, fitness center, indoor basketball court, a playroom with billiards, ping pong, and shuffleboard. BVI has 19 guest rooms. Fourteen have a private ensuite bathroom, five have a private bathroom in the nearby hallway. The rooms are designed with either

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The front entrance of the Beaverkill Valley Inn is an inviting sight. It’s a great place to escape to, as well as to tie the knot. These two did so in the barn which was part of the original property. The grounds offer many gorgeous views and places to explore, and once you’ve done that, you can head inside and relax in a beautifully appointed lounge area .

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by Joseph Abraham

ocated only two hours from New York City, the Beaverkill Valley Inn (BVI) offers resort like amenities in a remote region within the Catskill Park in Livingston Manor. And not if, but when you return, you’ll be greeted by the same familiar faces who make you feel like family. “We enjoy greeting our guests, many of whom come back year after year,” Room Sales and Hospitality Manager Kathy Bryant explains. “The Inn is elegant and comfortable, with great food and a warm and friendly vibe.” At BVI, outdoor adventure awaits families, couples and groups of friends hoping for a getaway and some relaxation. There are hiking trails, two mountain view tennis courts, one mile of private fly-fishing stream (season runs from April 1-October 15) and a croquet court. And while the gorgeous grounds will certainly draw you outside, there’s plenty to do indoors as well. There’s a clubhouse with an indoor heated pool, selfserve ice cream parlor, fitness center, indoor basketball court, a playroom with billiards, ping pong, and shuffleboard. BVI has 19 guest rooms. Fourteen have a private ensuite bathroom, five have a private bathroom in the nearby hallway. The rooms are designed with either

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one queen size or two twin beds. While there is wi-fi throughout the buildings, BVI does not offer TV or phones in the rooms. The idea is for guests to unplug from the hectic pace of their everyday lives. The Inn offers a “farm-to-table” menu,with fresh ingredients purchased from local farms. Chef Galen Sampson is also an organic farmer and has created rotating raised bed crops on the property that are harvested to be served at the inn. To truly experience the Beaverkill Valley and the Beaverkill river which runs alongside the Inn, be sure to order one of the most popular dishes on the menu; the Pan-roasted Beaverkill Hatchery trout. Served over a bed of quinoa and grains, garnished with oven-dried red grapes and citrus relish, it is fresh and delicious, ordered daily from the neighboring Beaverkill Trout Hatchery. Vegetarian options include grilled autumn vegetable lasagna, stuffed acorn squash or lentil-barley cakes. A favorite salad is Arugula with Anjou pears, goat cheese, spiced pumpkin seeds, maplebalsamic vinaigrette. The Inn is also open to outside guests for lunch and dinners, especially on weekends. It is suggested that you call ahead to be certain of a reservation. Room rates may include all meals, a B&B rate or a Touring Plan that includes breakfast and dinner, giving guests a chance to get out and explore neighboring towns and the region. Looking for a beautiful and accommodating venue where you can marry your best friend? The BVI hosts weddings year round with beautiful grounds and custom tailored menus. During the

Take a dip in the indoor pool, and then afterwards recharge in your room. Here’s one of their many guest room layouts. And after you’ve regathered your energy, enjoy a cup of coffee on the porch to enjoy the scenic landscape.

warmer months (June through October), the BVI offers outdoor weddings of 90-150 guests. Guests will enjoy the views from a beautiful tent in the meadow. Intimate weddings of 90 guests or less may choose to enjoy the inside use of the Inn all year round. No matter what you’re planning... a family vacation, a special dinner date, corporate retreat or wedding, the BVl is an amazing getaway that creates lasting memories. 16

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Farm-to-table isn’t just a statement at BVI, it’s something they and Chef Galen Sampson live by. Enjoy one of his amazing dishes made from local ingredients in the dining room. And when you’re done, make sure to bask in the beauty of the Beaverkill and the fall foliage.

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Saturday, September 15 Cornell Country BBQ & Live Auction. 4:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. White Sulphur Springs Fireman's Park, Shore Road. Mark your calendars to join us for a mouth-watering farm to fork dinner, live music by Little Sparrow, and the best homemade, homegrown auction experiences the Catskills have to offer. Enjoy drawings, door prizes, 50/50, locally sourced food, family-friendly fun, and more! Take out: 4 - 5:30 pm. Sit down event starts: 5:30 pm. Live auction: 6:15 pm. Chicken generously donated by Hudson Valley Foie Gras. Fee $20 per person. Contact Beth JohnstonGroth at bj268@cornell.edu or call (845) 2926180 Ext. 100. Upper Delaware River Book Reading w/ Author at One Grand Books. 5 p.m. Meet author Stephen Sautner, author of "A Cast in the Woods"One Grand Books, Main Street, Narrowsburg. 1st Annual Fiber Festival 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Alpacas, llamas, goats, sheep and bunnies galore! Demostrations & vendors. Alpaca selfie booth. Food available by the Dancing Cat Saloon. Kid friendly event at the Catskill Distilling Company, Bethel. For more info email catskillfiberfest@gmail.com. Pancake Breakfast First Presbyterian Church of Jeffersonville. 7 a.m. - 11 a.m. Adults $8, under 5 Free. Benfits Church Food Pantry and Cemetery Maintenance Fund. 4907 NY-52, Jeffersonville. Jeffersonville JEMS Annual Jeffersonville Jamboree beginning at 10 AM. It will be a day of food, music, and fun and will include the ever popular tractor parade and duck race, a dog parade, a pancake breakfast, vendors (food, craft, service, etc.), a pie contest and auction, and a tricky tray. New activities this year include laser tag in the Backyard Park and a pie-in-the-face auction. Mystic Entertainment will provide music. All events will be held on or just off Main Street in Jeffersonville, NY. More information: 845-701-1020 or go to https:facebook.com/Jeffersonville JEMS for the Jamboree schedule. Firefly Picnic, The Delaware Highlands Conservancy announces its annual Firefly Picnic, a free community event from 4-7pm in Bethel, NY. The Conservancy’s annual picnic celebrates our local community of supporters and friends and provides an opportunity for the public to learn more about the Conservancy while enjoying the beautiful rolling hills, meadows, and woods of our Sullivan County office. The day’s events in-

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clude a catered dinner from the Fat Lady Café with craft beer selections; live music; a guided hike on the nature trail; and face-painting, crafts, games, and fun for all ages. Prior registration for the picnic is required. Register online at www.DelawareHighlands.org or contact the Conservancy at 570-226-3164 or info@delawarehighlands.org to RSVP and receive directions. Catskill Talks: Mark Aubrey, Photographer 5 pm at the John Neilson Gallery located at 73 Sullivan St. in Wurtsboro. This event is free and open to the public. Donations will be accepted at the door to help support the Wurtsboro Arts Alliance. Delaware & Ulster Railroad Event The Great Train Robbery & Barbecue by The Catskill Mountain Bushwackers. Historically accurate desperadoes of the 19th century will stage lighthearted holdups of the D&U. A BBQ luncheon is part of the fun. The Delaware & Ulster Railroad tourist train ride is located at 43510 State Highway 28, Arkville, NY. For more information, please call (800) 225-4132 or (845) 586-DURR. Events subject to change. For the most current information, visit: durr.org Grahamsville United Methodist Church Third Saturday Thrift Sale from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Thank you for shopping with us. We invite you to join us on Sundays for Worship and Church School (grades pre-K through 7th) at 10:30 a.m. We also welcome you to worship at our sister church,

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Sundown U.M. Church at 8:30am on Sundays. Barryville Farmer’s Market Events: Seed Saving with The Dirt Diva 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Professional gardener and avid seed saver, Adrianne Picciano (aka The Dirt Diva), will share her collection of locally gathered herb, flower and vegetable seeds and demonstrate how to collect, save and store garden seeds for future use. All-You-Can-Eat Breakfast American Legion Post 1266, 92 Pine St., Wurtsboro. 8-11 a.m. Saturday, September 15. Military-style breakfast chow line prepared and served by Veterans including Gulf War Veterans. All proceeds support programs for Veterans throughout Sullivan County. $7 at the door. Call 283-8322

Sunday, September 16 2nd Annual MTA Cars, Coffee, and Bikes meet to benefit The Monticello Teachers’ Association scholarship fund at the Monticello High School from 9 a.m to 12 p.m. All makes and models are welcome! Come show off your rides and help support students from the community. Free admission and all donations to benefit the MTA Scholarship Fund. There will also be a 50/50 raffle, DJ playing our favorite gear head tunes and coffee and bagel vendor. For more information, please contact Jon Hannes at (845) 325-9333 or visit the MTA Cars, Coffee, and Bikes Facebook page. Town of Lumberland Cultural Series “Off the Clef” in an Afternoon of Barbershop Music. 3 p.m. Lumberland Town Hall, 1054 Proctor Rd.,

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Glen Spey. Join us for a “Meet the Artists” Reception following the concert. Refreshments will be served. Tickets at the door: Adults $ 10, children 12 and under $5. For more info call (845) 856-6372.

Tuesday, September 18 Rosehaven Alpacas Introduction to Needle Felting & Feltloom 5-7 p.m. Beginner/Informational Classes. Sample kits available. Make your own item to take home. $10 per person - limited to 8-10 people. Needle felting machine available for rent, reservations only. $25 per hour plus cost of materials and product used. Sign up by emailing Holly Jacobs at htjacobs61@gmail.com. Rosehaven Fiber Mill, 2027 ST RT 17B, Bethel. SEEDS 10th Annual Membership Meeting at The Cooperage 6 p.m. Featuring an expert panel discussion: Sustainability 2008 - 2018 - 2028. This event is free and open to the general public.

Thursday, September 20 Monthly Game Night at The Cooperage, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. join us at The Cooperage for our monthly Game Night. Bring your own game from home to share and teach. We also have a selection to play from including Catan, Scrabble and Dominion. All ages are welcome to come join in the fun. Bring a friend or make a friend! Game Night will continue to be held the 3rd Thursday of every month. October 18 | November 15 | December 20. Donations are greatly appreciated. For more information visit C AT S K I L L S C O N F I D E N T I A L

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Friday, September 21 Bethel Woods Center for the Arts , Museum Flicks: Exit Through the Gift Shop (Rated: N/A) Come and meet some artists from our Doorway Exhibit! Learn about our Silkscreen poster workshop while snacking on English "Bangers and Mash" and enjoy sipping on a Summer Shandy! All while enjoying this film which contains footage of Banksy, Shephard Fairey, Invader and many of the world's most infamous graffiti artists at work. Doors open at 6:00pm; Show begins at 7:30pm. Ticket Prices: $8 Adults, $6 Members, and $5 Children. 200 Hurd Road Bethel. Info at 1-866-782-2922 and www.BethelWoodsCenter.org. DVAA presents “Home” new paintings by David Barnett. Running until October 27. Opening reception from 7 – 9 pm on Friday, September 21. DVAA, 37 Main St, Narrowsburg. Free and open to the public. Resorts World Catskills Bar 360, Vito Solo, aka Vito Petroccitto, a Hudson Valley favorite, will kick the night off at 6:00 p.m. playing acoustic faves such as the Grateful Dead, Dr. John, Canned Heat, Allman Brothers and the Beatles. Nikki Briar, the hottest touring country act from the East Coast, will be on the Bar 360 stage at 10:00 p.m. with powerful vocals and high-energy, boot-stomping fun. 888 Resorts World Drive, Monticello. Call 1-833-586-9358 for more info and reservations.

Saturday, September 22 11th Annual Liberty Poetry Festival 2 p.m. Liberty Museum & Arts Center, 46 South Main Street, Liberty. Call (845) 292-2394 or visit l ibertymuseum.com for more info. Honeybee Fest 2018 12 pm - 5 pm. Main Street, Narrowsburg. Local and regional vendors will have a variety of bee-related goodies, including local honey, beeswax candles, honey- based food and more! For more information visit http://www.narrowsburghoneybeefest.com. WSPL Designing 3D Models Students of all ages will create their own 3D designs to be printed! There will be two versions of the class. First on Saturday September 22nd from 11am-1pm at the Jeffersonville Branch in Jeffersonville. The second will be held on Monday, September 24th from 5:30-7:30pm at the Tusten-Cochecton Branch in Narrowsburg. Sign up for either class by visiting your local library branch in person, or online by visiting wsplonline.org. Programs with less than 5 people pre-registered may be cancelled. For more information visit our website or call (845) 482-4350 (Jeffersonville) or (845) 2523360 (Narrowsburg). Resorts World Catskills Bar 360, Cruise Control, the dance/party/rock & roll band that plays all

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the songs you know and love, takes the stage at 6:00 p.m. Hillbilly Parade, will follow with pop country hits at 10:00 p.m. 888 Resorts World Drive, Monticello. Call 1-833-586-9358 for more info and reservations.

Sunday, September 23 Bethel Woods Center for the Arts , The Conservatory Silk Screen Workshop. A day-long workshop offering experience-based, hands-on learning and take home work of your own - Inspired by the innovative ways Peter Max used printing to create his original art. Doors open at 10:00am; Workshop starts at 10:00am. 200 Hurd Road Bethel. Info at 1-866-782-2922 and www.BethelWoodsCenter.org.

Monday, September 24 WSPL Designing 3D Models Students of all ages will create their own 3D designs to be printed! 5:30-7:30pm at the Tusten-Cochecton Branch in Narrowsburg. Sign up by visiting your local library branch in person, or online by visiting wsplonline.org. Programs with less than 5 people pre-registered may be cancelled. For more information visit our website or (845) 2523360 (Narrowsburg).

Wednesday, September 26 Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library in Monticello and Orange and Sullivan Hospice present the DVD ‘Consider the Conversation: a Documentary on a Taboo Subject’, produced by Michael Bernhagen and Terry Kaldhusdal. 6 p.m. (Part I of 2 parts, 2nd part- October 24th) The subject is about choices concerning how you want to live your life. The film encourages people to have conversations with their doctors and family about medical care and measures to be taken at the end of their lives. It is about living well and developing a plan. There will be discussion that will include questions and answers. Free and open to the public. For more info please call 845 794-4660.

Thursday, September 27 Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library in Monticello ‘What Do You Know About Tarot Cards?’ 6 p.m. Marcy has been featured on a radio station in Poughkeepsie and at the Omega Institute in Rhinebeck. She has been reading Tarot Cards for 20 years. Learn some of the history of Tarot, a

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little beginners’ lesson in Tarot Reading and watch and listen to Marcy do a few mini-readings (short simple questions and answers) for members of the audience. Free and open to the public. For more info please call 845 794-4660.

Friday, September 28 Resorts World Catskills Bar 360, Soul City ushers in the weekend at 6:00 p.m. with classic soul music from the 60s and 70s. The Differents return at 10:00 p.m. with acoustic rock covers from pop to folk to country and more! 888 Resorts World Drive, Monticello. Call 1-833-586-9358 for more info and reservations.

Saturday, September 29 9th Annual Kathy McMichael Memorial Golf Tournament. Tennanah Lake Golf Course, Roscoe. Tee time is 12 p.m., the cost is $85 per person or $340 per foursome, which includes 18 holes with cart, free range balls, dinner, prizes, and raffles. Reservations are due by September 1, 2018. Sponsors and golfers are wanted. For more information or to register, contact Jeff Molusky at (845)702-2373 or molusky21@hotmail.com. Boy Scout Troop 97 Fish or Chicken Chips Dinner 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Neversink Firehouse. Serving fish or chicken with chips, coleslaw, drinks and dessert. There will also be a tricky tray table. Adults $14. Children under 12 $8. Please purchase your tickets in advance from Boy Scout Neversink Troop 97 by calling Neil Terwilliger at (845) 798-3328 or Chris Morgan at (845) 9859952. Delaware & Ulster Railroad Event Tourist Train Ride, 43510 State Highway 28, Arkville, NY. The Delaware & Ulster Railroad tourist train ride is located at 43510 State Highway 28, Arkville, NY. For more info, please call (800) 225-4132 or (845) 586-DURR. Events subject to change. For the most current information, visit: durr.org Barryville Farmer’s Market Events: Farm to Fork Cooking Demos with Laura Silverman, The Outside Institute Saturday • 10:30 a.m. Harvest of Quilts XIV “A Touch of Class” Quilt Show The Country Quilter’s Guild is sponsoring this Quilt Show, to be held September 29 and 30th, 2018 at a new location – the Town of Crawford Senior Center, 115 State Route 302, Pine Bush. The hours will run from 10 AM – 4 PM. Admission is $7.00, children under 12 are free. The show will feature a display of judged quilts, and a guest speaker, Sharon Waddell, whose topic is “Quilts of the Hudson Valley”. There will also be vendors, a Boutique of quilts and quilting related items for sale and themed raffle baskets, door prizes. Sue Reich, an American Quilt Society appraiser will be available to appraise quilts. There will also be a raffle featuring first prize of a lovely quilt made by guild members, second prize of a $300 Gift Certificate to Quilter’s Attic in Pine Bush, and third prize of

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a handmade large basket full of over 50 oneyard cuts of fabric. The raffle will support a Scholarship for a Pine Bush High School Senior. For more info, call Cyndi Beres at (845) 283-6815 or email her at rberes@hvc.rr.com. Resorts World Catskills Bar 360, Crowd Theory, a Hudson Valley-based dance/party/rock cover band, takes the stage at 6:00 p.m. 888 Resorts World Drive, Monticello. Call 1-833-586-9358 for more info and reservations.

Sunday, September 30 Bethel Woods Center for the Arts Event Gallery, Hot Tuna. Hot Tuna, Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady, perform with a well-honed and solid power – always in the groove from their years of experience and mutual inspiration. Started as a side project during Jefferson Airplane days, the constant, the very definition of Hot Tuna, has always been Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady. The two boyhood pals have never wavered in one of the most enduring friendships in Rock history. Doors open at 7:00pm, Show begins at 8:00pm. 200 Hurd Road Bethel. Info at 1-866782-2922 and www.BethelWoodsCenter.org.

Friday, October 5 Bethel Woods Center for the Arts Event Gallery, Peter Yarrow. Legendary musician Peter Yarrow weaves a narrative of his life in music and politics, punctuating the major events with renditions of the iconic songs we all know and love. From his life in Greenwich Village in the 1960’s, his connections to Bob Dylan & Pete Seeger and his career as part of the trio Peter, Paul & Mary, Peter Yarrow shares a part of American history heavily influenced by music. He creates community within his audiences through his reflections in both words and music. Doors open at 7:00pm; Show begins at 8:00pm. 200 Hurd Road Bethel. Info at 1-866-782-2922 and www.BethelWoodsCenter.org. Touch A Truck Family Fall Festival Business Association of Margaretville’s (BAM) First Friday event The season’s final First Friday festivities from 4-7 p.m. This event is dubbed as a Touch A Truck Family Fall Festival and is geared toward letting kids get up close glimpses of a variety of “big rigs,” including apparatus from area fire departments. Most of the First Friday activity will be centered around Margaretville’s Main Street, a section of which will be closed off during the festivities. Admission is free. For additional information, please visit: Margaretvilleny.org or call 845 586-4177.

Saturday, October 6 Pumpkin Fest 2018 10 am - 5 pm. Main Street, Barryville. Bake- off contests, pumpkin decorating and scarecrow designs! For more information visit https://barryvilleny.com/event/pumpkin-fest/ Run to Read 5K Run-Walk to benefit Hawley PubC AT S K I L L S C O N F I D E N T I A L

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lic Library 9 a.m. Start at Bingham Park, Hawley, PA. Fun for all ages! To register or for more information, call Hawley Public Library at (570) 226-4620 or visit www.waynelibraries.org/hawley. Farm Tours with Rosehaven Alpacas Every Saturday 10 a.m. - noon. 540 Country Route 164, Callicoon. Across from the Club at Villa Roma. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts the Market Sheds, Wine Festival. Join us for the 7th Annual Wine Festival at Bethel Woods, located throughout the Bethel Woods main campus. Savor the finest wines from the Hudson Valley and Finger Lake regions while listening to live music, participating in fun games, and enjoying a food court to satisfy all cravings. Bethel Woods is excited to offer unique add-on interactive activities to this year's Wine Festival, including a paint & sip session, providing you with the perfect hand-crafted souvenir! General Admission Entry begins at 1:00pm. 200 Hurd Road Bethel. Info at 1-866-782-2922 and www.BethelWoodsCenter.org. “Dreams and Illusions” Wurtsboro Art Alliance, 73 Sullivan Street, Wurtsboro. The show will run from October 6 to October 28th with a free opening reception on October 13 from 2pm to 4pm.

Sunday, October 7 Bethel Woods Center for the Arts the Market Shed & Great Lawn. Legends in the Sky Stargazing Party. Fireside blanket, cocoa in hand, a few snacks and stories with author Allan Wolf under the night sky. Astronomy fun for family and friends alike. Doors open at 6:00pm, Event starts at 6:30pm. 200 Hurd Road Bethel. Info at 1-866-782-2922 and www.BethelWoodsCenter.org.

Wednesday, October 10 Community Action Food Bank Free Farm Stand, partnering with the Food Bank of the Hudson Valley and Community Foundations offers residents of Sullivan County a FREE Farm Stand. 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Free to all in need! No documentation needed. Please bring your own bags! For more info call (845) 647-6061. ATI, 309 E. Broadway, Monticello.

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Cook Off 10 - 4 p.m. Liberty Museum & Arts Center 46 South Main Street, Liberty. Call (845) 2922394 or visit libertymuseum.com for more info. 2nd Annual Hawley Harvest Hoedown 10 a.m. This event has something for everyone including cider tastings, brews, contests, demonstrations, family activities, crafts, day and night entertainment, fresh locally grown foods, and local business specials. Center of Town in Hawley, PA. Second Saturday Makers: Halloween Tin-Punch Fun. 64 Ferndale-Loomis Road in Liberty. Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County (CCESC) is offering this educational 4-H Youth Development program series from 1 to 3 p.m. 4-H programs are always open to non-members. There is a suggested donation of $5 per class to support the program. Participants take home their creations. Registration with payment is required in advance by visiting www.sullivancce.org, emailing sullivan@cornell.edu, or calling CCESC at 845-292-6180. Payment can be made in advance by check, cash, or credit. In the event of special needs, the public should contact the CCESC office. “Dreams and Illusions” Wurtsboro Art Alliance, 73 Sullivan Street, Wurtsboro. The show will run from October 6 to October 28th with a free opening reception on October 13 from 2pm to 4pm.

Sunday, October 14 End of Season Celebration 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Apple Pond Farm & Renewable Energy Education Center, 80 Hahn Rd, Callicoon Center. Young and old are also invited to join us in our End of Season Celebration. A little bit of everything we do at the farm will be on display: cheese making, spinning wool, raising backyard chickens, organic gardening, care of horses, sheep and goats, and renewable energy demonstrations. Reservations are not required, and the cost is $6/children, $8/adults. Check the farm’s web page of a list of workshops on renewable energy, organic gardening (for adults and children) and more, in addition to making cheese. Private comprehensive or focused tours can be arranged. Call to schedule your visit or book a farm vacation in the guest house (845) 482-4764.

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Thursday, October 18 Monthly Game Night at The Cooperage 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Join us at The Cooperage for our monthly Game Night. Bring your own game from home to share and teach. We also have a selection to play from including Catan, Scrabble and Dominion. All ages are welcome to come join in the fun. Bring a friend or make a friend! Game Night will continue to be held the 3rd Thursday of every month. November 15 | December 20. Donations are greatly appreciated. The Cooperage is operated by the The Cooperage Project, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that seeks to build community through Performance Events, Learning Opportunities, Markets, and Good Times | Good Works. For more information visit www.thecooperageproject.org or call 570.253.2020.

Saturday, October 20 Cobalt Scenic Art Show Exhibition Show running until November 10th. Reception Saturday, Oct 20th 2 - 4 p.m. Liberty Museum & Arts Center, 46 South Main Street, Liberty. Call (845) 292-2394 or visit libertymuseum.com for more info. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts Angry Orchard Peace, Love + Pumpkins. Head on over to Angry Orchard in Walden NY for a fun fall excursion. Enjoy a day of cider tasting and artist led pumpkin painting. This fundraising event is in collaboration with Angry Orchard. Event begins at 10:00am. 200 Hurd Road Bethel. Info at 1-866-782-2922 and www.BethelWoodsCenter.org. Grahamsville United Methodist Church Third Saturday Thrift Sale 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Thank you for shopping with us. We invite you to join us on Sundays for Worship and Church School (grades pre-K through 7th) at 10:30 a.m. We also welcome you to worship at our sister church, Sundown U.M. Church at 8:30am on Sundays.

Sunday, October 21 Bethel Woods Center for the Arts the Conservatory and Bindy Bazaar Trails. Thoreau and Living Deliberately “All good things are wild and free” - walk, talk and forage the woods with Michael Schleifer from the Thoreau Society and Laura Silverman from the Outside Institute. Doors open at 2:30pm, Event begins at 3:00pm, 200 Hurd Road Bethel. Info at 1-866-782-2922 and www.BethelWoodsCenter.org. Walk in the Headwaters at Mongaup State Park. 1 p.m. The walk begins under a canopy of maple and birch and meanders to a hidden pond and shaded grotto of hemlock and white pine. Naomi Teppich will lead the outing along Delaware River tributaries in the Livingston Manor area. There she will discuss her inspirations received from the natural beauty of these

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Friday, October 26 Bethel Woods Center for the Arts Museum Flicks: Young Frankenstein (Rated:PG) The American grandson of the infamous scientist, struggling to prove that he is not as insane as people believe, is invited to Transylvania, and discovers how to reanimate a dead body. Doors open at 6:00pm; Show begins at 7:30pm. Ticket Prices: $8 Adults, $6 Members, and $5 Children. 200 Hurd Road Bethel. Info at 1-866-782-2922 and www.BethelWoodsCenter.org.

Saturday, October 27 Barryville Farmer’s Market Events: Market Photos with Unreal Photography 10:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m. Do you love filling your Instagram feed with pretty shots of the Market? Learn some new skills and how to capture great photos with Unreal Photography. Kim joins us for the day to answer your most pressing photography questions while providing tips and tricks you can easily apply. Bring your camera or phone and don't forget to tag us. This is also our last market of the season! Stock up on all your favorites before they’re gone!

Sunday, October 28 Chamber Orchestra 3 p.m. Featured composition is Brahms B-flat Major sextet; Daniel Philips of the O’Rion String Quartet. Liberty Museum & Arts Center 46 South Main Street, Liberty. Call (845) 292-2394 or visit libertymuseum.com for more info. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts Museum Flicks: Monsters, Inc. (Rated: G) Celebrate Halloween all day and take part in our candy scavenger hunt and monstrous craft from 12-2pm! Spooky snacks include Snail and Snakes! Mini Mummy Pizzas! Bloody Cherry Cheesecake! Our "Monster Mash" punch, really packs a punch! Doors open at 1:30pm; Show begins at 2:00pm. Ticket Prices: $8 Adults, $6 Members, and $5 Children. 200 Hurd Road Bethel. Info at 1-866782-2922 and www.BethelWoodsCenter.org.

Friday, November 9 Bethel Woods Center for the Arts Museum Flicks: Hacksaw Ridge (Rated: R) WWII American Army Medic Desmond T. Doss, who served during the Battle of Okinawa, refuses to kill people, and becomes the first man in American history to receive the Medal of Honor without firing a shot. Doors Open at 6:00pm, Show begins at 7:30pm. Ticket Prices: $8 Adults, $6 Members, and $5 Children. 200 Hurd Road Bethel. Info at 1-866782-2922 and www.BethelWoodsCenter.org.

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