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peace, love and lotsa doves here has never been a more exciting time to visit the Sullivan Catskills. Lonely Planet named us one of the Top 10 Regions to Visit in 2019 and Fodor’s Travel 2019 says the Sullivan Catskills is a must-see destination. This year marks 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. Route 17B was named Woodstock Way, our local food and beverage partners are creating anniversary foods and cocktails. The Sullivan Catskills Visitors Association has developed a Dove Art Trail © which commemorates the 50th Anniversary of Woodstock. There are 50 doves for each year and on display throughout our county telling the story of 1969, the Woodstock Festival and our communities creating a tapestry of art that is uniquely the Sullivan Catskills. The dove trail is a permanent installa-

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here’s no shortage of great music this summer. Here in the Sullivan Catskills, there are a great variety of performances and events to choose from. Here’s some of the things going on!

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ces•summer performances•summer perform composers and Spanish guitar Thursday, August 22: Justin Hicks maestros, 8 p.m. and The Hawtplates; 6-8pm August 6 - “Evening of Chamber Part live concert, part concept Music” featuring the Hermitage album, Waterboy and the Mighty Piano Trio, acclaimed for their polWorld examines the relationship ished skill in performing an enorbetween people of color and law mous variety of music, and a enforcement in America. Who is wide, well-thought-out repertoire, being policed? Who is being pro8 p.m. tected? Who and what kind of August 10 - “Evening of Chamber people are enforcing the laws of Music” featuring the Ansonia the land? Bass Reeves was the Quartet, whose passion to push first African American deputy U.S. string quartet boundaries has led Marshall. His epic life story reads like a series of tall tales, complete them to pursue fresh literature, often infused with Argentine with fascinating variations and tango, 8 p.m. speculative contributions throughout the years. He used cunning and wit to capture over 3,000 bandits. Fatally wounding just 14 of the thousands of suspects he brought in, Bass became an example of restraint and discernment in early American law enforcement.

Company with American soprano Teresa Wakim, 8 p.m.

Weekend of Chamber Music July 18 –– Music Talks! at the Catskill Distilling Company in Bethel, NY. 7:30pm July 19 –– Eddie Adams Barn in Jeffersonville, NY at 7 pm Meet the WCM Fellows and Open Rehearsal, Questions and Discussion with Festival Artists and Composer-in-Residence Harold Meltzer.

Saturday, August 24: Spunday Morning, 8-10pm Local Froggy Days Festival favorite Spunday Morning spins strands of roots rock and poignant poetry into a sonic celebration of life. The Barryville-based band features Brad Georgi, Francis Timpone, Ryan Bloomer, Kristen Dasenbrock, and Jason Berke. Shandelee Music Festival Gladius The Shandelee Music Festival is entering its 26th year of bringing in- August 13 - “Evening of Interactive July 20 –– Sommer Scheune 1 at Chamber Music” featuring the ternationally acclaimed artists to Eddie Adams Farm in JeffersonMélange Chamber Ensemble. its Sunset Concert Series. Set on ville, NY, 8pm Members of the audience will be 75 acres of tranquil natural chosen to pick musical pieces beauty, the climate-controlled July 25 –– Music Talks! at the from an extensive menu organSunset Concert Pavilion is located Catskill Art Society in Livingston at 442 J. Young Road in Livingston ized by style, nationality, and time Manor, 7:30pm period, 8 p.m. Manor. Each concert is followed August 15 - “Evening of Piano by a specialty dessert reception. July 26 –– Eddie Adams Barn in JefMasterworks” featuring young vir- fersonville, NY at 7 pm Tickets are $30 for members, $35 tuoso Maxim Lando, a Gold Medal for non-members and $10 for stuwinner of the 2017 Berliner Interdents 17 and under (with ID). Call July 27 –– Sommer Scheune 2 at national Music Competition at 14 845-439-3277 for more informaEddie Adams Farm in Jeffersonyears old, and winner of the 2016 tion, or visit Shandelee.org. ville, NY, 8pm Audience Prize at Carnegie Hall, 8 August 3 - “Evening of Extraordip.m. nary Guitar” featuring Gladius, an July 28 –– Sommer Wind at the August 17 - “Evening of Early award-winning performer and Cooperage in Honesdale, PA., 4pm Music” featuring Andrew Areci & composer, inspired by the great J U LY / A U G U S T 2 0 1 9

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Originally the site of Roscoe’s old firehouse, the brick building on 10 Union Street, was given new life in 2012 when founder and distiller Brian Facquet began working on what eventually became the Prohibition Distillery.

distilled thrills rom 1920 to 1933, a nationwide constitutional ban, or Prohibition, was placed on the production, importation, transportation and sale of alcoholic beverages in the United States after “dry” crusaders led a movement to cure what they deemed “an ill society.” But as with any movement or law, there were rebels beneath the surface who continued distilling in secret: in underground caves, in the deep woods, sometimes in their homes. These people became known as bootleggers. So when Brian Facquet quit his job in the corporate world to start distilling, he took inspiration from this era in history, naming his up-and-coming craft spirit brand, Bootlegger 21 New York; Twenty-one standing for the 21st Amendment which repealed Prohibition. It was in essence, his salute to the era in

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which he was now connected to. He also named his business, which is run out of the original brick firehouse in Roscoe, Prohibition Distillery. “This was a firehouse that was built in 1929 and served as a firehouse until a few years before we took it over. It was flooded at one point, so when we came into the building it obviously didn't look like it does now. It was being used for storage. But it was cool. I saw something beautiful in it,” stated Facquet as he looked around the distilling area. “I had passed through the Catskills over the years, but I had never really spent much time in this part of the mountains. When I met with local business owners, they couldn’t have been more welcoming. I remember shaking hands with them and saying, if the town thinks we would be a great addition to it, then I’ll make J U LY / A U G U S T 2 0 1 9


the move. I am happy we made that decision.” So in 2012, Facquet made the move to Roscoe and began working on what he had envisioned for the old firehouse when he first stepped foot inside. Facquet is the founder and distiller, but has investors in the business and looked to family for support. His father, Philip Facquet, Jr., is his Chief Operating Officer and commutes up to Roscoe from his home in Long Island to work at the distillery during the week. One of his sisters Kim Powell handles accounting and his other sister Julie Klimchack works in sales, and he now has nine local employees that have become a part of the family team. “I think I have one of the best teams. For the most part they had no experience in the industry. I like to think of this as an apprenticeship for everybody,” said Facquet. “I’ve been really fortunate. They care about what they do, they care about their job, and they care about the distillery.” A graduate of St. Anthony’s High School in 1991, a student of the Naval Academy and a graduate of Stony Brook University, Facquet continued on page 12

When you're done tasting, take a look around the tasting room as Prohibition Distillery has plenty of their Bootlegger 21 products on the shelves like their very own coffee blend made in collaboration with 2Queens Honey of Narrowsburg, as well as spice blends and whiskey glasses. The Distillery's bourbon whiskey is pot distilled and then aged in charred toasted oak barrels for a color and taste that's unprecedented.

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Prohibition Distillery owner Brian Facquet stands alongside his father, Philip Facquet, Jr., who makes the trip up to Roscoe from Long Island every week to help out his son. continued from page 11

crazy for quitting my job but here I am, and himself didn’t have much experience distilling it’s pretty cool.” when he first started, but it was something he Facquet did have a consultant come in at always had an interest and love for, so he the beginning to help him start learning the went all in and gave it his best. His ambition art and craft of distilling, and is still a good and passion has turned into award-winning friend to this day. local craft spirits like the perfectly balanced “He’s really awesome,” Facquet smiled with Bootlegger 21 NY Gin with pleasant notes of hands clasped together. “He’s an authentic juniper berry and four other botanicals, Boot- Kentucky moonshiner. His family has been legger 21 NY Vodka named one of the seven moonshining since the 1800s, and he’s kept it best craft distilled vodkas in the world by going.” Travel+Leisure, Bootlegger 21 New York What Facquet stresses importance on at the Bourbon whiskey and their Distillery is the tasting newly released Beaverkill room experience. Each cusBourbon Cream. tomer that walks through “I just wanted to make the doors is invited to a something. I wanted to sampling of each spirit and leave a lasting mark, and discussion of spirits comfor some reason I thought I pletely free of charge. The could make spirits,” back of their bottle is emlaughed Facquet. “I have bossed with a poppy no background in spirits flower, which honors solother than drinking them at diers and sailors who have the bar. But craft spirits was been lost in combat. The in its infancy and I loved it. Juniper berries give Prohibition Distillery's continued on page 14 Bootlegger gin its lovely taste. Everyone thought I was 12

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Top: "Coxhinhas" are Brazilian chicken croquettes, crunchy on the outside and delicious on the inside. Above: The cheese board features Italian gorgonzola dolce, Portuguese queijo, Sao Jorge Topo, and French triple cream cheese Delice de Bourgogne paired with dried fruits, local honey, and fig confit. Below: The garlic shrimp with local sweet corn is a sweet and savory dish.

french cuisine & brazilian flavors story and photos by Autumn Schanil hen she was just nine months old, Tim and Andrea, took inspiration from their daughter and decided to open a small toy store on Jeffersonville’s main street called Little Duck House. “Truth be told,” Tim said as he looked around at what was once part of the toy store, “we did really well. People loved the toy store, we had a lot of inventory, and it was fun.” But as the years went on they began to outgrow the shop as Andrea’s culinary pas-

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sion began to surface. They ended up dividing the toy store space to create a small bookshop and cafe. “People loved the food and we were only doing a little bit at that time, so we thought maybe we should add a dinner menu,” stated Tim. “It was a hit. Andrea is from Brazil, so the food she makes has a South American influence. The food is infused with Latin flavor.” Andrea also has a French culinary school background, so the way she styles and continued on page 20

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Top: "Coxhinhas" are Brazilian chicken croquettes, crunchy on the outside and delicious on the inside. Above: The cheese board features Italian gorgonzola dolce, Portuguese queijo, Sao Jorge Topo, and French triple cream cheese Delice de Bourgogne paired with dried fruits, local honey, and fig confit. Below: The garlic shrimp with local sweet corn is a sweet and savory dish.

french cuisine & brazilian flavors story and photos by Autumn Schanil hen she was just nine months old, Tim and Andrea, took inspiration from their daughter and decided to open a small toy store on Jeffersonville’s main street called Little Duck House. “Truth be told,” Tim said as he looked around at what was once part of the toy store, “we did really well. People loved the toy store, we had a lot of inventory, and it was fun.” But as the years went on they began to outgrow the shop as Andrea’s culinary pas-

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Left: Albondigas, Spanish meatballs, taste as good as they look and smell.

sion began to surface. They ended up dividing the toy store space to create a small bookshop and cafe. “People loved the food and we were only doing a little bit at that time, so we thought maybe we should add a dinner menu,” stated Tim. “It was a hit. Andrea is from Brazil, so the food she makes has a South American influence. The food is infused with Latin flavor.” Andrea also has a French culinary school background, so the way she styles and continued on page 20

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plates her dishes is inspired by French cuisine, while the flavors and ingredients stem back to her childhood in Brazil. And so, the Samba Cafe/Marketplace was born. It is both a cafe and espresso bar as well as a gift store, and they still have other ideas coming to fruition. “Everything is homemade, made right here by me, and all of our dishes are made in small batches,” Andrea smiled proudly. “I pick and get everything fresh every week, so I don’t have a walk-in cooler or anything like

that, and the menu changes all the time depending on what ingredients I can get.” You can sense the passion put into Andrea’s cooking just by the delicious smells that permeate your nose as you open the door, inviting you inside, while the colors of the walls and the furniture light up your eyes. The vintage style makes you feel right at home, and being greeted by Andrea and Tim makes you feel welcome and warm. The food is simple, rustic, ingredient-driven and packed full of luscious flavors. The plates are Spanish tapas style, meaning they’re meant to be shared by many hands, invoking conversation and laughter. “This isn’t just a place where people come and leave, this is a place where people know us and we know them,” said Andrea, “and every type of person comes in here with all kinds of different stories. I want people to come and spend time here, enjoy the food, enjoy each other’s company. What is the point of going somewhere, eating just to eat, not talking, and then leaving? It’s beauticontinued on page 22

Andrea makes all of her own condiments and toppings right at the cafe, designed with an inviting retro theme.

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ful to be a part of something special like sharing a meal and sharing conversation. That’s how I was raised.” Currently, the cafe is open Friday through Sunday serving a tapas and dinner menu Friday and Saturday evenings with a brunch menu Saturday and Sunday mornings. Brunch is 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and dinner is 5-9 p.m. Andrea prepares anything from an Artisan Cheese Board to flatbreads, patatas bravas, sticky fried chicken wings, garlic shrimp with local sweet corn, and saucisson en croute. Whatever you order, they’ve got a wine to match, and you can sit outside or inside. “To me this place feels more like a place where friends gather than a restaurant,” said Andrea, “and I love that.” A cozy reading nook below a painting by the late E. Morisot sits off to the side of the cafe. Below is the adjoining store full of unique goods.

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or those who don’t know, the iconic Woodstock Festival which changed the world in 1969, took place right here in the Sullivan Catskills. Here’s what is going on locally to commemorate the iconic event’s Golden Anniversary! Callicoon pays tribute The Inaugural Callicoon PorchFest 2019 will be a 3day music and art festival commemorating the spirit of Woodstock 69’ which took place just 12 miles away in Bethel, NY. The event will feature over 50 performances, presented on front porches, stoops, lawns of and public spaces throughout the picturesque and historic hamlet of Callicoon on the Delaware. This event will assemble the best local and national talent, in a block-party setting celebrating community through music, art, poetry, film, and performance. Dozens of spaces in Callicoon including private homes and businesses will be turned into performing arts venues with musicians performing various types of music to include: Blues, Bluegrass, Country, Folk, Rock, and Jazz.

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The PorchFest concept was originally conceived in 2007 in Ithaca, NY, as an opportunity to celebrate the sense of community and creativity. Callicoon’s PorchFest will celebrate that same sense of community and creativity that has brought artists to the area since 1969 and the past several decades. Starting on Friday, August 16 – the celebration will begin with a Callicoon Block Party featuring music at Callicoon Brewing Company, Rafters Tavern, The Western Supper Club and outdoor porches on Lower and Upper Main Streets. The following bands and musicians will be featured on Friday from 6-10 PM. Yard Sale Band, Crier Brothers, Brotality, Fisher & Kean, Hal Galper Trio, with Drum Circle led by Deerheart Drumming and Fire Dance performance by Raina Bowers and Co. On Saturday, homes and businesses will serve as stages from noon to 8 PM presenting artists, ranging from Bluegrass to Blues to Rock and Soul. Several bands will pay tribute to the music of Woodstock 69. The line-up to date includes: Bob Tellefsen / Richie Havens tribute, Poison Love Band/ Neil Young tribute, Slam Allen Band, Allen Brothers, Yasgur, Little Sparrow, Cliff Westfall, Shlomo Franklin, The Greg Castro Band, Oxford Depot, The Electric continued on page 26

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Cords, Beat the Devil, Side FX, Sage Clearing, Kazrie Jaxen, Kathy Geary, Janet Burgan to name a few. Performance groups to date include the Catskill Dance Company, LAVA as well as Farm Arts Collective. An Indie Market will be at Callicoon Creek Park featuring a selection of jewelry, art and crafts by local and regional artisans plus craft beer and food trucks. The park will also include a variety of children’s activities such as face-painting and picnic area with a music stage. On Sunday – music will continue at the Farmers’ Market and several eateries will feature Jazz Brunches, galleries will have book signings and art tour will round out the day showcasing the work of Frosty Meyers at the Wild Turkey Sculpture Park in Damascus, PA just across the river from Callicoon. Throughout the weekend local breweries and distilleries will be featured – including Callicoon Brewery, Catskill Brewery, Roscoe Brewery, Catskill Provisions & Catskill Distillery. So head to Callicoon for a weekend of Live Music, Performance, Fine Art and celebrate the spirit of the legendary Woodstock 69’ Music and Arts Festival.

Three nights of concerts at Bethel Woods Bethel Woods Center for the Arts has three nights of great concerts celebrating Woodstock on August 1618. First on Friday, August 16, Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band will be joined by special guests The Edgar Winter Band and Blood, Sweat & Tears. Then on Saturday, August 17, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame guitarist Carlos Santana is joined by the Doobie Brothers. Finally on Sunday, August 18, John

Fogerty is coming to town and he’ll be playing his iconic Creedence Clearwater Revival hits. He’ll be joined by special guests Tedeschi Trucks Band, Grace Potter and more. For event and ticket info, visit www.bethelwoodscenter.org/events.

Celebrate Woodstock early in the Town of Bethel On Saturday, July 27, the Town of Bethel is hosting an event for the ages! As part of their 50th anniversary of the 1969 Woodstock Festival celebration, the town will be hosting a parade, live music and free outdoor movie on July 27. The movie is a free event, registration required through Eventbrite. Also, the Kauneonga Lake Fire Company will be hosting a Chicken BBQ. There’s a free shuttle bus starting at 12:30 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. Feel free to hop on for the parade, movie, bbq, restaurants or to just stroll and visit the Kauneonga Lake Community park overlooking White Lake and take in the beautiful surroundings. Follow signs for free shuttle bus. Parking is located at 3398 State Route 55, White Lake, NY. The parade starts at Town Hall into Kauneonga Lake at 1:30 p.m. The Chicken BBQ starts at 3 p.m. - 6 p.m. or until sold out. BBQ sponsored by the Kauneonga Lake Fire Company $12 per dinner, take-out only. Live Music at the Firemen's Pavilion 4 p.m.- 8 p.m. featuring Vinnie Sticks, Little Sparrow, Keith Newman and Lynn Reno, Debbie Fisher and Paul Kean. The free outdoor movie starts at 8:30 p.m. and is over at 9:30 p.m. Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. For more info, visit www.eventbrite.com/e/town-ofb e t h e l - p a r a d e - b b q - o u t d o o r- m o v i e - t i c ke t s 59080699964.

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Monday, July 15 Jedi Academy at the Western Sullivan Public Library! 10:30 a.m. Come learn the ways of the Jedi with Panniken Moonjumper, a true Master of Intergalactic fun and adventure and discover the great Force within yourself. Kids encouraged to dress as their favorite Star Wars character. For all ages! Tusten-Cochecton Branch in Narrowsburg. Register at WSPLonline.org or call 845252-3360. Sullivan Fresh Farmers’ Market at Monticello 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. 10 Jefferson Street, Monticello. Every Monday in July & August. Monday MexiPINS at The North Branch Inn, yearround. Every Monday night, we’re spicing up our menu with tacos, pozole, guacamole, margaritas, and more! Dive into some nachos or just enjoy an abbreviated version of our regular menu. Roll a strike on your first roll in our 100 year old alley and get guacamole on us. Sample menu at northbranchinn.com.

Shenanigans”. Hector’s Inn, 14 Dr. Duggan Road in Bethel. $10 minimum donation, and tickets are now available at the Inn, call 845-583-9740 to reserve. Thursday, July 18 3-2-1 Blast Off with Eileen Stelljes at WSPL 10:30 a.m. Follow the star path, make an astronaut stick puppet, fly a straw rocket and craft a mosaic rocket ship picture. At the Delaware Youth Center in Callicoon. Register at WSPLonline.org or call 845-887-4040. Comets & Meteors with Eileen Stelljes 1:30 p.m. Explore flashy space travelers to learn what they contain. Test impacts of meteorites on a planet. Craft a meteor to compete in the Galactic Meteor Toss. Make a galaxy jar! For ages 5 and up at the Delaware Free Branch of the WSPL. Register at WSPLonline.org or call 845-887-4040. Thursdays at The Arnold House Tavern 5 - 7 p.m. year-round. Half price all appetizers & drinks in

Tuesday, July 16 Wayne Co. Public Library 5 p.m. Apollo and Beyond. Mr. Cris DeWolf, a Michigan teacher, NASA Airborne Astronomy Ambassador, and science instructor at Camp Watonka will be speaking on the history that led to this momentous event, as well as developments for the future. (ages 10 and up) Call 570-253-1220 or ewilson@waynelibraries.org to register. 1406 Main St., Honesdale, PA. Wednesday, July 17 Storytime under the Stars 4:30 p.m. Join us as we read together, sing songs, learn age-old rhymes, participate in felt board type activities, create a stellar craft and play with our friends! Jeffersonville Branch of the WSPL. Register at WSPLonline.org or call 845-482-4350. Wednesday Wing Night at The Cabin at Hessinger-Lare 5 - 9 p.m., year-round. Join us for Wednesday Wing Night every week at The Cabin at Hessinger-Lare. $6 per order. www.thecabinny.com. 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. Acoustic Bluegrass Jam 7 - 9 p.m., doors open at 7 p.m. Led by Ron Penska. The Cooperage, 1030 Main Street, Honesdale, PA. For more info visit www.thecooperageproject.org or call (570) 2532020. “Shorts & Sweets” to benefit the Alzheimer's Association 7 p.m. Hector’s Inn Presents Big Sky Productions in “Shorts & Sweets Summer

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Trivia at Roscoe Beer Co. 6 p.m. Sign up at 6 p.m., with the first question starting at 6:30 p.m. Kitchen will be open. For info call (607) 290-5002 or www.roscoebeercompany.com. Monthly Game Night at The Cooperage 6 - 9 p.m. Bring your own game from home to share and teach. We also have a selection to play from including board games, card games and brain games. The Cooperage,1030 Main Street, Honesdale, PA. For info visit www.thecooperageproject.org or call (570) 253-2020. Trivia Night 7 p.m. Hosted by Adam Owens. Every Thursday. Rafter’s Tavern, 28 Upper Main St. Callicoon. Compete for nightly and bi-monthly prizes! For info call (845) 886-9882. Alcoholics Anonymous 7:30 p.m. Mountaindale Fire House, 132 Main Street, Mountaindale. www.scia-aa.com. 845-234-4841. Friday, July 19 Select Summer Weekends at The DeBruce and The Arnold House. Join Kim Noble of Catskills Raja Yoga and Andrea Lanzetti, co-founder of Bodies & Plants provide yoga and pilates classes Saturdays at The DeBruce. All levels welcome! Open to the public. For more information, visit fostersupplyco.com. Sullivan County Board of Realtors Golf Tournament 10 a.m. Please join us for a day of fun and help two local charities. Two events are planned: Teams will compete during the golf tournament starting at 10 a.m. and then at 2 p.m., we will hold a Cornhole Tournament to raise additional funds to be donated to the Sullivan County Federation for the Homeless along with Ride 2 Survive, Sullivan County charities. SCBR President

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Cathleen Breen will lead the day with registration, news, and announcements. Call 845-7942735 for more info. Movie Matinee: Woodstock: 3 Days of Peace & Music (2009) 1 - 4 p.m. Call (845) 888-8004 for info. Mamakating Library, 128 Sullivan St., Wurtsboro. Also Happening: Memories of Woodstock 7 - 9 p.m. Scheduled Speakers: Julia Fell, Assistant Curator of The Museum at Bethel Woods; Bobbi & Nick Ercoline, the famous couple wrapped in a blanket on the Woodstock album cover; Myron Gittell, Author of Woodstock '69: Three Days of Peace, Music & Medical Care. Please call to register as space is limited. Happier Hours at Roscoe Beer Co. 5 - 9 p.m. Every Friday. Live music, Delicious Food & Drink specials Every Friday Night. For info call (607) 2905002 or roscoebeercompany.com. Summer Fridays at The Arnold House. Live music, bonfires and drinks is our favorite way to kick off the weekend! Admission is free and all are welcome - rain or shine - kids too! Dancing is good for the soul. For info call 845-439-5070. St. Francis Church Bazaar 6-10 p.m. Church Parking Lot. 4020, 12791 NY-52, Youngsville. Bumper Jacksons at the Hancock Town Square 7:30 p.m. 20 East Front Street, Hancock. Bring your lawn chairs -- and your friends -- and be ready for another party at the Hancock Town Square! Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop presents “A Bright New Boise” 8 p.m. Performances Fri. and Sat. By Samuel D. Hunter at the Rivoli Theatre, South Fallsburg. Tickets $15, $12 for Seniors/Students/Vets. (845) 436-5336. Check out trailer on YouTube – search Sullivan County Dramatic C AT S K I L L S C O N F I D E N T I A L

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6 p.m. REPORT, 1963-1967, 16mm, b&w/sound, 13 minutes. Laundry King, 65 Main St, Livingston Manor. Free admission. For info visit www.catskillartsociety.org. Swan Lake Fire Dept. Golf Outing Shotgun start is at 1 p.m. BBQ after at Swan Lake Firehouse Field. Swan Lake Golf Course, 38 Eagle Dr, Swan Lake. The Cooperage On Tap: A Northern Pocono Mountains Craft Beer Festival Preview Hour 2 - 3 p.m., 3 - 6 p.m. Tickets: $10 entry fee - purchase beer & food tickets as you go $25 taster ticketsunlimited beer tastes and purchase food tickets as you go. $40 preview hour ticket - entrance into the event 1 hour prior to other ticket holders, unlimited beer tastes, 5 food tickets included and a special gift. Kids are welcome and free to attend. The Cooperage--1030 Main Street, Honesdale, PA. For more information or to buy tickets please visit our website thecooperageproject.org. St. Francis Church Bazaar 6-10 p.m. Church Parking Lot. 4020, 12791 NY-52, Youngsville. Phillipsport Community Center Monthly Music Night 7 p.m. Jason Rosen Singer/guitarist playing rhythm, blues and soul followed by C Curtis Circus: This eclectic and energized band features Matt Taylor, Clark Fain and Doug Farshley. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Suggested donation $3. Homemade food and desserts available for purchase. For more info call 845-313-1772. Sunday, July 21 Rock Hill Fire Dept. Waffle/French Toast and Pancake Breakfast. 7 a.m. - noon. Adults $8, kids under 12 $6, under 5 free. 61 Glen Wild Rd., Rock Hill. Call 794-6865 for more info. 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. Sunday Funday at Roscoe Beer Co. 1-4 p.m. Every Sunday in summer. Live Music By Albi, Food Specials, Fun & Games. For more info, please call (607) 290-5002 or www.roscoebeercompany.com. Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop presents “A Bright New Boise” 2 p.m. By Samuel D. Hunter at the Rivoli Theatre, South Fallsburg. Tickets $15, $12 for Seniors/Students/Vets. (845) 4365336. Check out trailer on YouTube – search Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop. Uncorked: A Northern Poconos Wine & Spirits Festival 3 - 6 p.m. Tickets: $25 per taster, $10 per non taster. Purchase tickets at thecooperageproject.org. All proceeds raised will benefit The Cooperage Project and Lacawac Sanctuary. This is a 21 and older event. For more info visit www.thecooperageproject.org or call (570) 2532020. 1030 Main Street Honesdale, PA. Open Mic 3 - 6 p.m. Every Sunday. Hosted by Elizabeth Rose. Sign up to play or just come to

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workshops, arts & crafts, music and fun! Lunch runs until August 6. The Cooperage, 1030 Main Street, Honesdale, PA. Eating Bravely: A Nutrition Support Group 4:15 5 p.m. Join us to learn tips and tricks to eating healthy. Bring your questions and favorite healthy recipes. Ellenville Regional Hospital, Lower Conference Room. To sign up call Shanna Nigro at 647-6400 ext. 336. Gian Carlo Menotti's The Medium 5:30 p.m. An introductory lecture by Delaware Valley Opera. Ray Scheindlin, a member of DVO’s chorus and retired literature professor, will introduce Menotti’s opera to our community. Delaware Free Branch of the WSPL. Register at WSPLonline.org or call 845-887-4040. Wednesday, July 24 Planet Earth & Planet "X" with Eileen Stelljes at WSPL. 1:30 p.m. What's needed for life on planets? Decorate Earth & use markers/watercolors to create your vision of an as-yet undiscovered “Planet X”. At the Jeffersonville Branch of the WSPL. Register at WSPLonline.org or call 845482-4350. Mandala Making at WSPL 3 p.m. Join us for some stress-relief & FUN! Use information cards to explore gemstone meanings. Choose a grid, mount on backing and use a variety of stones, glass, shells, etc to create a decorative, changeable grid. At the Jeffersonville Branch of the WSPL. Register at WSPLonline.org or call 845482-4350. Thursday, July 25 Stories & Theatre Games with Lori Johnson 1:30

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p.m. Join us at the Delaware Free Branch of the WSPL. Register at WSPLonline.org or call 845887-4040. 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. Beer Bingo at Roscoe Beer Co. Join us for a night of Bingo fun! We will have lots of different prizes, food, great craft beer, cider & wine. Get your first card free with the purchase of any drink, earn an extra card if you grab some food too! For info call (607) 290-5002 or roscoebeercompany.com. E. B. Crawford Public Library in Monticello 6 p.m. ‘The Beatles-50 Years later’ Back by overwhelming public demand, Barry Wiesenfeld, teacher, author and internationally respected musician, gives a very popular lecture on the iconic Beatles. Expect a very entertaining and educational evening! Free and open to the public. Call 7944660 for info. Shakespeare on Film: Titus Andronicus 7 p.m. Discussion and Commentary by Dr. Robert Dugan. For more info visit www.thecooperageproject.org or call (570) 2532020. 1030 Main Street Honesdale, PA. Friday, July 26 Penny Social 6:15 p.m. Drawing begins at 7:30 p.m. St. Bernard’s Catholic Church, Catholic Church Rd., Beach Lake, PA. Fun for the whole family! Door prizes and raffle prizes! Refreshments available. Shear Madness at Shadowland Stages 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday. 2 pm showing on Sunday. A hilarious whodunit. Tickets: $31 - $39. 157 Canal St., Ellenville. Saturday, July 27 Kenoza Lake Fire Dept. Chicken BBQ TBA. 485 Old Taylor Rd., Kenoza Lake. Call 482-5676 for more info. Livingston Manor Fire Dept. Chicken BBQ. TBA. 43 Main St., Livingston Manor. Call 439-4490 for more info. The Great Train Robbery & Barbecue by The Catskill Mountain Bushwackers. 10:45 a.m. Other times available. A BBQ luncheon is part of the fun. The D & U Railroad, 43510 State Highway 28, Arkville. Call (800) 225-4132 or (845) 586-2929 for more info. Saturday Morning Yoga in Bethel 9 a.m. $5 donation. Beekman Pavilion, Kauneonga Lake. Summer Salads Demo & Tasting with Channery Hill Farm at The Narrowsburg Farmer’s Market 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. Narrowsburg Union, 7 Erie Ave, Narrowsburg. Callicoon Country Fair 10:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Kicks off at The Callicoon Theater, where Sullivan County historian John Conway will give a talk on the history of our region. A walking tour (presented by Callicoon Walking Tours) will begin at 11:30 a.m. outside the theater. The tour will wander the streets of our hamlet and dive deeply into local lore and history, followed by a C AT S K I L L S C O N F I D E N T I A L

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free beer tasting at The Callicoon Brewery. From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. there will be live musical performances at the Train Depot stage. Antique car show in the parking lot of Wayne Bank. Callicoon Creek Park a series of children’s activities and carnival games. Raffles and local vendors! Main St., Callicoon. Summer Fest at Roscoe Beer Co. 11 a.m. Live music, craft beer, and delicious local cuisine. Large market with farm fresh & artisan products. Festival will be followed by an after party in the beer garden at 4 p.m. For info call (607) 2905002 or roscoebeercompany.com. Bruce Conner Film Festival Showings at 12, 3 and 6 p.m. VALSE TRISTE, 1978, 16mm, sepia/sound, 5 minutes and MARILYN TIMES FIVE, 1968-1973, b&w/sound, 13 minutes 30 seconds. Laundry King, 65 Main St, Livingston Manor. Free admission. For info visit www.catskillartsociety.org. 50th Woodstock Anniversary Parade 1:30 pm. Music at Kauneonga Lake Pavilion after parade from 4 - 8 p.m. History of Family Farming and Plein Air Reception 2- 4 p.m. Join us at the Jeffersonville Branch of the WSPL for a free reception to see the works or art inspired by Hilly Acres Farm and a brief presentation on the History of Family Farming. Call 845-482-4350 for info. Kauneonga Lake Fire Dept. Chicken BBQ. 3 -6 p.m. 3574 State Route 55, Kauneonga Lake. Call 583-4700 for more info. ‘At The Farm’ Series 3 -7 p.m. Second District Vineyard and Hops Farm (163 Fallsdale Rd., Milanville, PA). Educational Tour of Hopyard from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. by Scotty Kurtain of Second District Vineyard & Hops Farm. Family friendly, rain or shine, no animals please! Seating is limited so you may bring lawn chairs, please no BYOB. Donations accepted at the farm. For info visit www.thecooperageproject.org or call (570) 253-2020. 1930s Catskill Farm Hoedown 5 - 9:30 p.m. Eat 1930s-themed food, drink prohibition cider and bathtub ginger ale, dance to knee-slapping tunes, pitch a game of horseshoes, bid at the entertaining Pie Auction and socialize with family and friends at the Museum’s major annual fundraiser. Visit www.timeandthevalleysmuseum.org to order tickets. Contra Dance 7:15 p.m. Beginners are most welcome! Dancing will start at 7:30 p.m. Suggested Donation: $10 per person, under 15 Free. The Cooperage,1030 Main Street, Honesdale, PA. For

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info thecooperageproject.org or call (570) 2532020. Alex Prizgintas: History Major & Cellist performance 7:30 p.m. Performing at the 110th Music for Humanity held at the Noble Coffee Roasters, 3020 NY-207 in Campbell Hall. Outdoor Movie 8:30 p.m. Kauneonga Lake Firemen’s Pavilion. Sunday, July 28 Woodstock Special Event at Roscoe Farmers Market 10 a.m. Music, vendors with special Woodstock themed products, a “Woodstock bus” complete with “Woodstock characters” for people to have their photographs taken with. Very special guest and author book signing and sell the Woodstock 50 years book, just released this year. 1978 Old Rte 17, Roscoe. Weekend Of Chamber Music: Sommerwind 4 p.m., doors open at 3:30 p.m. Suggested Donation: $15 advance, $20 at the door. To reserve, please call 570-253-2020 or email info@thecooperageproject.org. 1030 Main Street Honesdale, PA. Sunday Wine Dinner Series at The DeBruce. A 9 course tasting menu paired with wines from our beverage partners. Package Sunday night room rate includes tasting menu with beverage pairing & breakfast. Reservations required. Dinner only reservations welcome! July 28th wine dinner will feature Swick Wines. More dates to come! Call 845-4393900 to reserve now. Monday, July 29 Sullivan Fresh Farmers’ Market at Monticello 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. 10 Jefferson Street, Monticello. Every Monday in July & August. Author Talk 5 p.m. Local author Stacy Wakefield will be doing a reading from her book The Sunshine Crust Baking Factory. Q&A to follow, plus books available for purchase. Call (845) 439-5440 for information. Livingston Manor Free Library. Tuesday, July 30 E. B. Crawford Public Library in Monticello 6 p.m. Gilles Malkine remembers playing at Woodstock in 1969. He will recall his experience playing the guitar in Tim Hardin’s Band. Hear from him first hand what it was like to be playing there!! Free and open to the public. Call 794-4660 for info. Enchanted Cooking Class with “Tarot Diva” Sasha Graham 6 - 8 p.m. Sasha Graham is the author of several books and tarot decks, and leads tarot, magic and metaphysical workshops around the world. Registration Required. For more information and to register, visit us online at WSPLonline.org or call (845) 482-4350. Jeffersonville

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Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library. Alcoholics Anonymous 7 p.m. St. Francis Xavier Church, 151 Bridge St., Narrowsburg. www.sciaaa.com. 845-234-4841. Wednesday, July 31 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, August 1 Thursdays at The Arnold House Tavern 5 - 7 p.m. year-round. Half price all appetizers & drinks in the Tavern. It’s the happiest hour(s) of them all. Visit thearnoldhouse.com to view current menu offerings. Trivia Night 7 p.m. Hosted by Adam Owens. Every Thursday. Rafter’s Tavern, 28 Upper Main St., Callicoon. Compete for nightly and bi-monthly prizes! For info call (845) 886-9882. Friday, August 2 157th Wayne County Fair. August 2nd through 10th at the Wayne County Fair Grounds, on route 191 North in Honesdale, PA. All the best rides, one of a kind attractions, thrill shows, grand stand entertainment, games and food galore! Select Summer Weekends at The DeBruce and The Arnold House. Join Kim Noble of Catskills Raja Yoga and Andrea Lanzetti, co-founder of Bodies & Plants provide yoga and pilates classes Saturdays at The DeBruce. All levels welcome! Open to the public. For more information, visit fostersupplyco.com. Happier Hours at Roscoe Beer Co. 5 - 9 p.m. Every Friday. Live music, Delicious Food & Drink specials Every Friday Night. For info call (607) 2905002 or roscoebeercompany.com. Shear Madness at Shadowland Stages 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday. 2 pm showing on Sunday. A hilarious whodunit. Tickets: $31 - $39. 157 Canal St., Ellenville. Alcoholics Anonymous 8 p.m. First Presbyterian Church of Jeffersonville, 4907 Route 52, Jeffersonville. www.scia-aa.com. 845-234-4841. Saturday, August 3 Sunrise Walk with Gary Keeton 5:30 a.m. Rise and shine! Enjoy the Basha Kill’s wonders from a different view. Bring binoculars. Meet at Haven Road DEC parking lot (on left coming from Route 209, south from Wurtsboro. Call Gary at (845) 386-4892 for information. www.thebashakill.org. The Great Train Robbery & Barbecue by The Catskill Mountain Bushwackers. 10:45 a.m. Other times available. A BBQ luncheon is part of the fun. The D & U Railroad, 43510 State Highway 28, Arkville. Call (800) 225-4132 or (845) 586-2929 for more info. Fallsburg Fire Dept. Chicken BBQ TBA. Fallsburg Firehouse, 10 Railroad Plaza, South Fallsburg. Saturday Morning Yoga in Bethel 9 a.m. $5 donation. Beekman Pavilion, Kauneonga Lake. Follow Your Thirst 5k & Fun Run with Roscoe

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Beer Co. Runners start at 9 a.m. at the brewery as they race through the beautiful countryside and into downtown Roscoe, afterwards the day continues with an afternoon of fitness demonstrations and expo plus celebrate with a beer at the finish line. For info call (607) 290-5002 or roscoebeercompany.com. Ten Mile River Scout Museum Classic Car Show/Alumni Day 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Admission is free for spectators. Car owners to display their vehicle will be charged $10 per. Trophies and prize drawings. Rain or shine. 1481 Crystal Lake Road/Sullivan County Route 26, a ¼ mile east of the County Route 23 junction. Museum staff can be reached during operating hours at 252-3775. Kauneonga Lake Farmer’s Market 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. 3594 State Route 55 in Kauneonga Lake. 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. Shandelee Music Festival Sunset Concert Series 8 p.m. “An Evening of Extraordinary Guitar,” featuring multiple-award-winner Gladius. For tickets/info call 845-439-3277. Sunset Concert Pavilion, 442 J. Young Road, Livingston Manor. Sunday, August 4 Callicoon Car Show Registration starts at 9 a.m. Ends 3 p.m. TBA. Callicoon Center Town Park. Callicoon Center Fire Dept. Pancake Breakfast 7 a.m. - noon. TBA. 1669 Gulf Rd., Callicoon Center. Sunday Funday at Roscoe Beer Co. 1 -4 p.m. Every Sunday in summer. Live Music By Albi, Food Specials, Fun & Games. For more info, please call (607) 290-5002 or www.roscoebeercompany.com. Open Mic 3 - 6 p.m. Every Sunday. Hosted by Elizabeth Rose. Sign up to play or just come to watch some of the best local musicians and songwriters in the area! For info call (845) 8869882. Sunday BBQ Series at The North Branch Inn 5:30 p.m. Bring the kids, grab your friends & make some new ones for all you can eat smoked meats, classic BBQ sides and dessert. $29 per person, every Sunday in July & August. Full cash bar featuring buckets of beer also available. northbranchinn.com. Monday, August 5 Sullivan Fresh Farmers’ Market at Monticello 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. 10 Jefferson Street, Monticello. Every Monday in July & August. Monday MexiPINS at The North Branch Inn, yearround. Every Monday night, we’re spicing up our menu with tacos, pozole, guacamole, margaritas, and more! Dive into some nachos or just enjoy an abbreviated version of our regular menu. Roll a strike on your first roll in our 100 year old alley and get guacamole on us. Sample menu at northbranchinn.com. Tuesday, August 6 Shandelee Music Festival Sunset Concert Series 8 p.m. “An Evening of Chamber Music” with the C AT S K I L L S C O N F I D E N T I A L

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triumphant return of the Hermitage Piano Trio. For tickets/info call 845-439-3277. Sunset Concert Pavilion, 442 J. Young Road, Livingston Manor. Wednesday, August 7 Drive-Thru Chicken BBQ 4 -7 p.m. Pick up only. Tickets $12. Monticello Elks Lodge #1544, 46 North Street, Monticello. Info: 794-1544. Wednesday Wing Night at The Cabin at Hessinger-Lare 5 - 9 p.m., year-round. Join us for Wednesday Wing Night every week at The Cabin at Hessinger-Lare. $6 per order. www.thecabinny.com. 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, August 8 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. Trivia at Roscoe Beer Co. 6 p.m. Sign up at 6 p.m., with the first question starting at 6:30 p.m. Kitchen will be open. For info call (607) 290-5002 or www.roscoebeercompany.com. Bethel Lakeside Music Series 6:30 - 8 p.m. Every Thursday until Aug. 29. Kauneonga Community Gazebo Park, Kauneonga Lake. Friday, August 9 Summer Fridays at The Arnold House. Live music, bonfires and drinks is our favorite way to kick off the weekend! Admission is free and all are welcome - rain or shine - kids too! Dancing is good for the soul. For info call 845-439-5070. Shear Madness at Shadowland Stages 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday. 2 pm showing on Sunday. A hilarious whodunit. Tickets: $31 - $39. 157 Canal St., Ellenville. Saturday, August 10 Neversink Fire Dept. Chicken BBQ TBA. 7486 State Route 55, Neversink. Reel Harmony Songwriter Festival at Roscoe Beer Co. A celebration of live, original music. Multiple stages with simultaneous performers showcasing original work bringing the true spirit of Woodstock alive in the Sullivan Catskills! The day will be filled with activities, arts and crafts, food, vendors, exhibits and more before closing out the day with fireworks. For info call (607) 290-5002 or roscoebeercompany.com. Alcoholics Anonymous 8 a.m. First Presbyterian Church, 81 S. Main St., Liberty. www.scia-aa.com. 845-2344841. Saturday Morning Yoga in Bethel 9 a.m. $5 donation. Beekman Pavilion, Kauneonga Lake. Shakespeare on the Farm 6 p.m. Performances also on Aug. 11. For info or to book tickets go to www.farmartscollective.org or call

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570-798-9530. Farm Arts Collective is located at 38 Hickory Lane, Damascus, PA. Shandelee Music Festival Sunset Concert Series 8 p.m. “An Evening of Chamber Music” featuring the Juilliard School’s Ansonia Quartet. For tickets/info call 845-439-3277. Sunset Concert Pavilion, 442 J. Young Road, Livingston Manor.

Sunday, August 11 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 845-985-7270 for more info. The Annual Bagel Festival 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. An annual street festival hosted by the Monticello Chamber of Commerce. Vendors line Bagel Boulevard (Broadway) with musical performances, family activities, and a bagel triathlon. Broadway, Monticello. Reprise of History of the D&H Canal with Gary Keeton 10 a..m. Join Basha Kill Area Association naturalist Gary for a walk through time. Bring binoculars and insect repellent. Oh, and learn about the canal, too! Meet at the DEC access road on Route 209 across from Our Hometown Deli in Westbrookville. Bring binoculars. Contact Gary at (845) 386-4892 for particulars. thebashakill.org. The Spanish American War 2 p.m. Members: FREE, non-members: $5. Join Charles Breiner of Claryville to learn about the role of Theodore Roosevelt before and during the war, and why the Battleship USS Oregon captured headlines for 67 days. Time and the Valleys Museum, 332 Main St, Grahamsville. Call (845) 985-7700 for more info.

Monday, August 12 Hospice of Orange & Sullivan Counties 13th Annual Golf Classic. Registration begins 10:30 a.m. followed with a barbecue lunch at 11:00, and Shotgun Start is at 12:30 pm. After golf, cocktail style dining and open bar begins at 5:30 p.m. and the awards presentations will be at 7:00 p.m. Our famous $25,000 cash raffle will follow with ten cash prize winners to be drawn, including a $10,000 winner! A maximum of 600 tickets will be sold and you need not be present to win. Visit hospiceoforange.com or call Maggie Sutter 845.561.5362 ext. 366 for more information regarding sponsorship opportunities, raffle tickets, registration and more!

Tuesday, August 13 Shandelee Music Festival Sunset Concert Series 8 p.m. “An Evening of Chamber Music” featuring a joyful sextet of all-star virtuosos called Ensemble Mélange. For tickets/info call 845-439-3277. Sunset Concert Pavilion, 442 J. Young Road, Livingston Manor.

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Catskills Confidential July/August 2019  

This issue features the Samba Cafe and Inn in Jeffersonville and Prohibition Distillery in Roscoe, as well as a preview of upcoming summer p...

Catskills Confidential July/August 2019  

This issue features the Samba Cafe and Inn in Jeffersonville and Prohibition Distillery in Roscoe, as well as a preview of upcoming summer p...

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