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Jazz” featuring the Fred Moyer Jazz Trio, 8 p.m. n the Catskills, there are August 10 – “Evening of Chamber no shortage of options when it comes to seeing Music” featuring Verona Quartet, 8 p.m. an excellent range of musical August 12 – “An Evening of Guitar performances. Music” featuring Duo Siqueira Lima, 8 p.m. Shandelee Music Festival August 15 – “An Evening of The Shandelee Music Festival is Chamber Music”featuring the proud to celebrate its 24th year of Manhattan Chamber Players, 8 presenting internationally p.m. renowned classical artists from August 17 – “Rising Young Artist around the world in its much acConcert” featuring Ivan Vihor, solo claimed Sunset Concert Series. All piano, 8 p.m. summer performances take place August 19 – “An Evening of at 442 J. Young Road in Livingston Chamber Music”featuring Manor, NY, and are followed by a Borislav Strulev, cello and Irina specialty dessert reception. Nuzova, piano, 8 p.m. Tickets are $30 for members, $35 for non-members and $10 for stuCallicoon Center Band dents 17 and under (with ID). Call The Callicoon Center Band is has 845-439-3277 for more informabeen entertaining audiences for tion. 80+ years. You can catch these talented local August 5 – “Evening of Classic musicians every Wednesday at 8

Parksville USA Music Festival The Parksville USA Music Festival’s 2017 schedule offers a variety of music lovers. Performances take place inside the Dead End Café in Parksville, NY (right off Route 17’s Exit 98). The performances are followed by a buffet dinner. Each performance begins at 3 p.m. and the ticket price is $25 per person including dinner. For more information visit parksvilleusa.com or call 845-292-0400. August 6 – The Lyric Quartet performs music from around the world. September 10 – The Brooklyn Time Machine sings Doo wop that’ll have you tapping your feet and singing along! October 15 – The Lyric Quartet re-

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music all around you•music all around you turns to celebrate the discovery of America. November 5 – Contemporary music performed by some of the Sullivan County’s best musicians. December 10 – Holiday Music Celebration. Be warmed with the joys and memories of the Holidays.

Songbook. Gilbert and Sullivan’s popular favorite The Mikado will be performed at 8 p.m. on Saturday, August 12 and 19, and 2 p.m. on Sunday, August 13 and 20. Admission is $20, and tickets can be purchased at www.delawarevalleyopera.org.

Delaware Valley Opera The Delaware Valley Opera celebrates its 31st season this summer with three weekends of opera at the Tusten Theatre, located at 210 Bridge Street in Narrowsburg, including Trouble in Tahiti and The Mikado. Leonard Bernstein’s Trouble in Tahiti will be performed on July 28 and 29 at 8 p.m., as well as Sunday, July 30 at 2 p.m. This one-act opera about a young suburban couple whose marriage is on the rocks will star Matthew Samluk and Jenny Gac, who will also sing selections from the American

Weekend Chamber of Music Weekend of Chamber Music’s 24th season is here, and this year’s festival, The Musical Soul, runs from July 15-30, presenting nine events at various venues. For more information, visit www.wcmconcerts.org/. July 15 – Barn Raising! A festival kickoff and fund-raiser at the Eddie Adams Barn, 5 p.m. July 16 – Market Music at the Callicoon Farmer’s Market; solos, duos, trios & quartets, 11 a.m. Suite italienne, Cooperage Project, Honesdale, Pa.,7:30 p.m. July 20 – MusicTalks! at the

Castkill Distilling Company, Bethel, NY. An Evening With Jesse Jones; Conversation and music of Jones and more, 7:30 p.m. July 21 – Eddie Adams Farm, Jeffersonville, Open Rehearsal; Music of Jones; Watras; Beethoven; and Brahms, 7 p.m. July 22 – Eddie Adams Farm, Jeffersonville – 8 p.m., pre-concert talk at 7 p.m. July 27 – MusicTalks! at the Catskill Art Society The Musical Soul, 7:30 p.m. July 28 – Open Workshop at the Eddie Adams Barn, Jeffersonville, NY, 7 p.m. New Work by WCM Fellows, and works of Jones; Messiaen; Waggoner; and Beethoven Nurit Pacht, violin; Caroline Stinson, cello; Gloria Cheng, piano July 29 – Gala Concert at the Eddie Adams Barn, Jeffersonville, NY, 8 p.m. with pre-concert talk at 7 p.m. continued on page 6

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July 30 – WCM at the Liberty Museum, Liberty, NY, 3 p.m. NACL Celebrating 20 years, the North American Cultural Lab (NACL) provides a variety of unique and entertaining performances. Performances take place at the NACL Theatre (110 Highland Lake Rd., Highland Lake, NY) unless otherwise noted. Tickets start at $12. For more info, visit www.nacl.org, call 845-5570694 and/or email nacl@nacl.org. July 22 – The Slipper Room, 8:30 p.m. Whether it's salacious Mel Frye or loquacious Walt Whitman, the Slipper Room emcee is sure to ensnare you in his web of intrigue and indiscretion, leading the talented and tawdry band of nouveaux vaudevillians—burlesque dancers, acrobats, comedians, magicians—in a variety show that

Brecht’s 1939 anti-war classic each year raises the temperature of Highland Lake to the hottest on Mother Courage and Her Children, written in response to the devasrecord. tating rise of fascism in Europe. August 5 – William Burke: Keeners! 7:30 p.m. Inspired by a trip to August 25 – Bedi, Marting & Newhard: Assembled Identity, the Lower East Side's Tenement 7:30 p.m. Exploring ethnic ambiMuseum, William Burke and guity, race and identity, this duet Alaina Ferris resurrect a group of uses original and found text, live female professional mourners cinematography, and contempofrom the late 1800s, and invite rary music to explore the science them into our lives to wail and of identity, including genomics, keen for our inanimate and anigenetics, eugenics, and cloning, all mated modern appliances. of which impact our culture. August 18-20 – NACL presents: Courage. On Aug. 18-19 at 6 p.m.; October 14 – BENEDICTINE & BRANDY: Seasonally Affected, Aug. 20 at 2 p.m. Performances take place at Apple Pond Farm (80 7:30 p.m. The musical duo comprised of BarHahn Road) in Callicoon Center, bara Gogan and Brett Keyser, who NY. over the course of two years have NACL premieres the newly-comput together a cycle of songs inpleted Courage, an immersive spired by the changing sounds walking journey inside an imagand atmospheres of the passing ined refugee camp occupied by seasons. Seasonally Affected is stilt-patrolling soldiers, and poputheir first public performance to lated by a host of characters that feature songs forming a complete engage the audience along the circuit round the sun. way. Courage is based on Bertolt

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back tuna melts and crab cakes on the patio of Matthew's on Main as you recount memories from yesteryear and plot your day's adventures.As you wander through vintage shops and pass by old train tracks, mighty mountains infuse your view with vivid greens in one of the Sullivan Catskills' finest undiscovered gems.” Make sure to visit this beautiful Main Street for yourself.The perfect opportunity to do so comes on Saturday, July 29, at the Callicoon Country Fair – a town-wide event taking place on Upper and Lower Main Street (more info below). Callicoon Country Fair Sat. July 29, 2017 11 a.m.- 5 p.m. Musical and dance performances will be intermingled with over 60 vendors from throughout the region. Local farms, artisans and craftsmen will display and sell their wares. The Fair will have several music venues including The Railway Stage and the newly re-opened Western Hotel – showcasing the best local and touring band. Local distilling and brewing companies will have tastings in the center of town, with various food vendors featuring Funnel Cakes, Ice Cream, BBQ and more! Have your photo taken with the Sullivan County Dairy Princess who represents our proud farming tradition. Your children will love the hands-on demonstrations from the local 4H groups – meet their cows, rabbits, alpacas. Kids will enjoy games, pony rides and archery. Great bands from the area will be performing.

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From elegant fashions, a wonderfully stylish front window and... even the hangers themselves, everything impresses at the “famous” Helen Morrell’s. Not to mention that the boutique is located on beautiful Masten Lake. The breathtaking view offers a nice place for men to relax and do some fishing, while the special lady in their lives does her shopping.

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t’s great knowing that you’ll look absolutely classy wearing one of the fashions from the “famous” Helen Morrell’s to your special event. The boutique is located on the shore of Masten Lake on Sarine Road just off Exit 110 or 112 on Route 17 (Future Interstate 86), between Wurtsboro and Rock Hill, N.Y. This charming destination has a long history of exceeding the expectations of women of all ages and sizes from the tristate area and beyond. Patty Morrell’s fabulous collection of gowns for social occasions is extensive and cannot be found in department stores. Her categories include: mother-of-the bride/groom, second wedding, tea-lengths, guest dresses, silk evening jackets, chic pantsets, traditional Bar/Bat Mitzvah as well as unique sportswear and more. A large array of costume jewelry and collectible evening purses are available to create the perfect look. Patty’s talented mother, Helen Morrell, started her business selling knitwear in 1955. With the help and encouragement from her husband, Helen expanded to many other

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From elegant fashions, a wonderfully stylish front window and... even the hangers themselves, everything impresses at the “famous” Helen Morrell’s. Not to mention that the boutique is located on beautiful Masten Lake. The breathtaking view offers a nice place for men to relax and do some fishing, while the special lady in their lives does her shopping.

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t’s great knowing that you’ll look absolutely classy wearing one of the fashions from the “famous” Helen Morrell’s to your special event. The boutique is located on the shore of Masten Lake on Sarine Road just off Exit 110 or 112 on Route 17 (Future Interstate 86), between Wurtsboro and Rock Hill, N.Y. This charming destination has a long history of exceeding the expectations of women of all ages and sizes from the tristate area and beyond. Patty Morrell’s fabulous collection of gowns for social occasions is extensive and cannot be found in department stores. Her categories include: mother-of-the bride/groom, second wedding, tea-lengths, guest dresses, silk evening jackets, chic pantsets, traditional Bar/Bat Mitzvah as well as unique sportswear and more. A large array of costume jewelry and collectible evening purses are available to create the perfect look. Patty’s talented mother, Helen Morrell, started her business selling knitwear in 1955. With the help and encouragement from her husband, Helen expanded to many other

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Helen Morrell Fashion Boutique 75 Sarine Road on Masten Lake, Wurtsboro, NY 12790 (845) 888-2468 www.helenmorrell.com/ www.helenmorrellguestcottages.com/ Open year round by appointment Visit Helen Morrell’s Fashion Boutique and take advantage of this seasonal special: $25 off your first $100 or more purchase!

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categories, starting with just one yellow gown. A customer loved it and that was the beginning of the gown business. Helen felt the need for more stylish and “better” fashions. So…they built a charming shop. People discovered the new venue and in no time, business was buzzing with a clientele made up of locals to hotel owners and their guests as well. In the 80s, Patty became her business partner. Together they went on buying trips to Las Vegas, Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami and more often Manhattan. Patty, a graduate of Parsons School of Design, assisted customers, worked with the models preparing them for the runway and took charge of many of the office responsibilites. Together, they presented over 100 events for numerous organizations, hotels, churches, synagogues, hospitals and helped raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for their charities.

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That included working with Anne Landers at a Waldorf Astoria show, Designer Oleg Cassini, Congressman Ben Gilman and many other prominent people. Barbara Bedell, of the Times Herald Record, happily did the show commentary for 20 years. Patty’s relationship with the ladies who visit her shop is beyond that of a traditional one. “Some of my customers have become my best friends,” Patty says. “Quite frequently, I’ll change my personal plans to accommodate the busy schedules of all my clients.” It’s worth the drive to stop by and visit this very unique “treasure” of Masten Lake. For the men, there’s a floating dock to relax and do some fishing while their “special lady” does her shopping. Gift certificates are always available. Her lovely fully equipped one and two bedroom cottages are available for seasonal rental – weekends, weekly and monthly. Make sure to visit the website for more information and call for reservations.

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rom the state of New York, Italy is over 4,000 miles away. Or is it? Believe it or not, Italy has never been closer. The opera singing talents of owner Tom Caltabellotta and delicious cuisine prepared by fiorentino chef Roberto Uccelli at the Dead End Café in Parksville, N.Y., a short drive off Exit 98 on Route 17 (Future Interstate 86), will transport you there. As soon as you enter the Café, you’re greeted by Tom before the friendly staff escorts you to your seat. Tables are neatly arranged, each decorated with a bottle of red wine. The restaurant, softly

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continued from page 21 lit, sets a great mood, whether you’re hoping to entertain a date or have a party of guests to celebrate a special occasion. Entrees include vegetarian cuisine such as Fettuccini Alfredo to Penne Alla Vodka to chicken dishes like Florentina (peppers and portobello mushrooms in a sherry sauce), meat and seafood dishes, and much more. All entrees come with a salad and several choices of dressing. The Dead End Café also has several tasty appetizers including Crespelle al Forno (homemade Italian crepes filled with spinach, prosciutto and parmesan cheese, oven baked in a parmesan sauce). Before receiving your food, guests are treated to sliced Italian bread and olive oil. While it doesn’t appear on the menu, make sure to ask your server what’s available for dessert. Tom and his late wife, Michele, bought the old house which has since been transformed into the Café in

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1989. They were on a vacation in Key West, eating at different restaurants, when the idea to start one of their own was born. They’d been living in the region since 1985 when they bought a home on the Willowemoc. The restaurant was a success and they were soon cooking over 100 meals a night. When Michele became ill, they closed down the restaurant for a few years, but reopened in 2015. On what he loves the most about owning the Café, Tom says, “Feeding people. My wife would have said, ‘I don’t miss the work, but I miss the people.’” As if the food isn’t enough of a reason to visit the Dead End Café, Tom’s amazing opera talents are free of charge. His parents from Sicily, relocated to Staten Island, where he grew up. Having worked for several printing companies and having spent time as a proofreader, words have always been important to Tom. He has performed for over 67 years

Dead End Cafe Owner Tom Caltabellotta (top right), a talented opera singer, often treats guests to a performance. His songs, paired with delicious cuisine such as the Chicken Florentina (left), has guests feeling like they’re in Italy. There’s plenty of space, whether you want to bring a date or host a party. Also, make sure to ask what’s for dessert!

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and has yet to get tired of it. “When one sings…it’s quite an experience,” explains Tom. “It’s next to God.” There used to be several Italian newspapers and radio stations in NYC, which for the most part have gone away. However, Tom is keeping the tradition alive. “The songs I sing are the old songs from Naples and Sicily,” he said. Tom sings at the restaurant a couple days a week. Talented 23year-old pianist Danielle Strassman accompanies his singing. The Café is open year round Wednesday through Sunday.

Dead End Cafe 6 Main Street Parksville, NY (845) 292-0400 Open year round at 5 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday. Now the Café is open for brunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sundays throughout the summer. The regular dinner menu will follow. Also, Friday night is karaoke night, beginning at 6 p.m. in the catering room!

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Saturday, July 15 Grahamsville United Methodist Church Thrift Sale, 9 a.m. - noon, 356 Main St., Grahamsville. Call 9852283 for info. Forestburgh Playhouse presents Disney’s The Little Mermaid, a bubbly and beautiful love story for the ages, at 8 p.m. 39 Forestburgh Road, Forestburgh 12777; Box Office: 845-794-1194

Sunday, July 16 Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Hurd Road in Bethel, presents Indie immortals Incubus with Jimmy Eat World and Atlast Genius in the Pavilion at 6:45 p.m. Tickets: $37.95-$105.95. Check out bethelwoodscenter.org or call 1-866-781-2922 for the latest info, tickets and special offers. Forestburgh Playhouse presents Disney’s The Little Mermaid, a bubbly and beautiful love story for the ages, at 3 p.m. 39 Forestburgh Road, Forestburgh 12777; Box Office: 845-794-1194

Tuesday, July 18 Forestburgh Playhouse presents Disney’s Newsies, inspired by the real-life ‘Newsboy Strike of 1899,’ it tells the captivating story of a band of underdogs who become unlikely heroes when they stand up to the most powerful men in New York, at 8 p.m. 39 Forestburgh Road, Forestburgh 12777; Box Office: 845-794-1194

Wednesday, July 19 Forestburgh Playhouse presents Disney’s Newsies, inspired by the real-life ‘Newsboy Strike of 1899,’ it tells the captivating story of a band of underdogs who become unlikely heroes when they stand up to the most powerful men in New York, at 8 p.m. Matinee at 2 p.m., 39 Forestburgh Road, Forestburgh

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Thursday, July 20 Forestburgh Playhouse presents Disney’s Newsies, inspired by the real-life ‘Newsboy Strike of 1899,’ it tells the captivating story of a band of underdogs who become unlikely heroes when they stand up to the most powerful men in New York, at 8 p.m. 39 Forestburgh Road, Forestburgh 12777; Box Office: 845-794-1194 Program at Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library, Monticello. 6:30 p.m. Interesting and informative discussion about pets and pet care/ Presented by Veterinarian Dr. D’Abbraccio. Free and open to the public. For more information, please call 845 794-4660 The BETHEL LAKESIDE MUSIC Series is scheduled every THURSDAY at sunset until August 31. Musician’s performances take place at the Kauneonga Lake Gazebo Park, corner of Rt 55 x Lake Street, from 6:30 – 8 p.m. Musicians vary from week to week. Free. Limited seating - bring chair / blanket. Rain TBA. More Info: bethellakesidemusic@gmail.com, BETHEL LAKESIDE MUSIC on Fb or 845-583-4808 Alan Sorenson

Friday, July 21 Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Hurd Road in Bethel, presents Rod Stewart with special guest Cyndi Lauper at 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $47.50 - $202.50. Check out bethelwoodscenter.org or call 1-866-781-2922 for the latest info, tickets and special offers. Forestburgh Playhouse presents Disney’s Newsies, inspired by the real-life ‘Newsboy Strike of 1899,’ it tells the captivating story of a band of underdogs who become unlikely heroes when they stand up to the most powerful men in New York. With music by Alan Menken & Jack Feldman and a book by Harvey Fierstein, at 8 p.m. 39 Forestburgh Road, Forestburgh 12777; Box Office: 845-794-1194

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Saturday, July 22 North American Cultural Laboratory (NACL) Theatre, celebrating its 20-year anniversary, hosts THE SLIPPER ROOM, the Dons and Divas of neo-vaudeville leave the Lower East Side for a steamy night in Highland Lake, from 8:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. at NACL Theatre, 110 Highland Lake Road in Highland Lake. Call 845-557-0694 for more information. Buy a CSArts PASS NOW at NACL.ORG Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Hurd Road in Bethel, presents Chicago & the Doobie Brothers in the Pavilion at 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $43 - $126.95. Check out bethelwoodscenter.org or call 1-866-781-2922 for the latest info, tickets and special offers. Forestburgh Playhouse presents Disney’s Newsies, inspired by the real-life ‘Newsboy Strike of 1899,’ it tells the captivating story of a band of underdogs who become unlikely heroes when they stand up to the most powerful men in New York. With music by Alan Menken & Jack Feldman and a book by Harvey Fierstein, at 8 p.m. 39 Forestburgh Road, Forestburgh 12777; Box Office: 845-794-1194 Fort Delaware, an authentic depiction of the life of the Delaware Company Pioneers who settled in the Upper Delaware Valley in 1754, including demonstrations of early settlers’ lifestyles and craft-making. Gift shop, vending area, picnicking facilities are located on the grounds. Open weekends, 6615 Route 97, Narrowsburg, (845) 807-0287 (Sept.-April); (845) 252-6660 (MayAug.).

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beautiful, flat course along the scenic Delaware River, in Callicoon. Novice to experienced runners and walkers welcome. For information email 5k@delawareyouthcenter.org. Forestburgh Playhouse presents Disney’s Newsies, inspired by the real-life ‘Newsboy Strike of 1899,’ it tells the captivating story of a band of underdogs who become unlikely heroes when they stand up to the most powerful men in New York. With music by Alan Menken & Jack Feldman and a book by Harvey Fierstein, at 3 p.m. 39 Forestburgh Road, Forestburgh 12777; Box Office: 845-794-1194

Tuesday, July 25 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. Forestburgh Playhouse presents Disney’s Newsies, inspired by the real-life ‘Newsboy Strike of 1899,’ it tells the captivating story of a band of underdogs who become unlikely heroes when they stand up to the most powerful men in New York. With music by Alan Menken & Jack Feldman and a book by Harvey Fierstein, at 8 p.m. 39 Forestburgh Road, Forestburgh 12777; Box Office: 845-794-1194

Wednesday, July 26 Forestburgh Playhouse presents Disney’s Newsies, inspired by the real-life ‘Newsboy Strike of 1899,’ it tells the captivating story of a band of underdogs who become unlikely heroes when they stand up to the most powerful men in New York. With music by Alan Menken & Jack Feldman and a book by Harvey Fierstein, at 8 p.m. Matinee at 2 p.m. 39 Forestburgh Road, ForestC AT S K I L L S C O N F I D E N T I A L

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Forestburgh Playhouse presents Disney’s Newsies, inspired by the real-life ‘Newsboy Strike of 1899,’ it tells the captivating story of a band of underdogs who become unlikely heroes when they stand up to the most powerful men in New York. With music by Alan Menken & Jack Feldman and a book by Harvey Fierstein, at 8 p.m. 39 Forestburgh Road, Forestburgh 12777; Box Office: 845-794-1194 The BETHEL LAKESIDE MUSIC Series is scheduled every THURSDAY at sunset until August 31. Musician’s performances take place at the Kauneonga Lake Gazebo Park, corner of Rt 55 x Lake Street, from 6:30 – 8 p.m. Musicians vary from week to week. Free. Limited seating - bring chair / blanket. Rain TBA. More Info: bethellakesidemusic@gmail.com, BETHEL LAKESIDE MUSIC on Fb or 845-583-4808 Dennis Newbeg & Dave Milner

Rural Sullivan Housing Corporation in Monticello. On Sunday, July 30th between 1pm and 4pm plastic ducks will set sail on the stream at Town of Thompson Park. With fresh barbecue prepared on site to thank our participants and donors. We will be selling tickets for a $20 donation, one ticket covers admission to the barbecue and one numbered duck in the race. We are also offering ticket packages of 2 for $35 and a 4 ticket family pack for a $60 donation. This should be a fun day in the sun for the whole family and prizes will be awarded to race winners. Forestburgh Playhouse presents Disney’s Newsies, inspired by the real-life ‘Newsboy Strike of 1899,’ it tells the captivating story of a band of underdogs who become unlikely heroes when they stand up to the most powerful men in New York. With music by Alan Menken & Jack Feldman and a book by Harvey Fierstein, at 3 p.m. 39 Forestburgh Road, Forestburgh 12777; Box Office: 845-794-1194 Fort Delaware, an authentic depiction of the life of the Delaware Company Pioneers who settled in the Upper Delaware Valley in 1754, including demonstrations of early settlers’ lifestyles and craft-making. Gift shop, vending area, picnicking facilities are located on the grounds. Open weekends, 6615 Route 97, Narrowsburg, (845) 807-0287 (Sept.-April); (845) 252-6660 (MayAug.).

Friday, July 28 Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Hurd Road in Bethel, presents Brantley Gilbert’s “The Devil Don’t Sleep” summer tour in the Pavilion at 7 p.m. With special guests Tyler Farr & Luke Combs. Tickets: $39.95 - $75.95. Check out bethelwoodscenter.org or call 1-866-781-2922 for the latest info, tickets and special offers. Forestburgh Playhouse presents Disney’s Newsies, inspired by the real-life ‘Newsboy Strike of 1899,’ it tells the captivating story of a band of underdogs who become unlikely heroes when they stand up to the most powerful men in New York. With music by Alan Menken & Jack Feldman and a book by Harvey Fierstein, at 8 p.m. 39 Forestburgh Road, Forestburgh 12777; Box Office: 845-794-1194

Saturday, July 29 Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Hurd Road in Bethel, presents Blondie & Garbage: The Rage and Rapture Tour in the Pavilion at 8 p.m. Tickets: $53 - $105.50. Check out bethelwoodscenter.org or call 1-866-7812922 for the latest info, tickets and special offers. Forestburgh Playhouse presents Disney’s Newsies, inspired by the real-life ‘Newsboy Strike of 1899,’ it tells the captivating story of a band of underdogs who become unlikely heroes when they stand up to the most powerful men in New York. With music by Alan Menken & Jack Feldman and a book by Harvey Fierstein, at 8 p.m. 39 Forestburgh Road, Forestburgh 12777; Box Office: 845-794-1194 Time and the Valleys presents the Old Time Fair & Chicken BBQ from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Chicken BBQ: 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Grahamsville Fairgrounds. FREE Admission. Rain or shine, this year's Old Time Fair (our annual fundraiser) will feature old fashioned activities such as corn shucking, the popular skillet toss and new adult and children's games. There will be vendor booths as well as demonstrations of old time crafts. The very popular pie auction as well as live music to entertain you while you enjoy the famous and delicious Miller’s Chicken Barbecue. Plenty of free parking and free admission.

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Tuesday, August 1 Forestburgh Playhouse presents Bye Bye Birdie. It’s the 1960s and Army-bound rock star Conrad Birdie's farewell appearance in Sweet Apple, Ohio is the talk of the town. But it's a teenage crisis for new "steadies" Hugo and Kim: she just won the chance to give Birdie one last kiss before boot camp. Show at 8 p.m. 39 Forestburgh Road, Forestburgh 12777; Box Office: 845794-1194

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Wednesday, August 2 Forestburgh Playhouse presents Bye Bye Birdie. It’s the 1960s and Army-bound rock star Conrad Birdie's farewell appearance in Sweet Apple, Ohio is the talk of the town. But it's a teenage crisis for new "steadies" Hugo and Kim: she just won the chance to give Birdie one last kiss before boot camp. Show at 8 p.m. Matinee at 2 p.m. 39 Forestburgh Road, Forestburgh 12777; Box Office: 845-794-1194

Thursday, August 3 Forestburgh Playhouse presents Bye Bye Birdie. It’s the 1960s and Army-bound rock star Conrad Birdie's farewell appearance in Sweet Apple, Ohio is the talk of the town. But it's a teenage crisis for new "steadies" Hugo and Kim: she just won the chance to give Birdie one last kiss before boot camp. Show at 8 p.m. 39 Forestburgh Road, Forestburgh 12777; Box Office: 845794-1194 The BETHEL LAKESIDE MUSIC Series is scheduled every THURSDAY at sunset until August 31. Musician’s performances take place at the Kauneonga Lake Gazebo Park, corner of Rt 55 x Lake Street, from 6:30 – 8 p.m. Musicians vary from week to week. Free. Limited seating - bring chair / blanket. Rain TBA. More Info: bethellakesidemusic@gmail.com, BETHEL LAKESIDE MUSIC on Fb or 845-583-4808 Moon Dog will be performing.

Friday, August 4 Forestburgh Playhouse presents Bye Bye Birdie. It’s the 1960s and Army-bound rock star Conrad Birdie's farewell appearance in Sweet Apple, Ohio is the talk of the town. But it's a teenage crisis for new "steadies" Hugo and Kim: she just won the chance to give Birdie one last kiss before boot camp. Show at 8 p.m. 39 Forestburgh Road, Forestburgh 12777; Box Office: 845794-1194 Fort Delaware, an authentic depiction of the life of the Delaware Company Pioneers who settled in the Upper Delaware Valley in 1754, including demonstrations of early settlers’ lifestyles and craft-making. Gift shop, vending area, picnicking facilities are located on the grounds. Open weekends, 6615 Route 97, Narrowsburg, (845) 807-0287 (Sept.-April); (845) 252-6660 (MayAug.).

Saturday, August 5 North American Cultural Laboratory (NACL) Theatre, celebrating its 20-year anniversary, hosts William Burke: Keeners!, a three-part meditation/celebration of mourning, loss, and our connections to objects both human and inanimate, from 7:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. at NACL Theatre, 110 Highland Lake Road, Highland Lake. Call 845557-0694 for more information. Buy a CSArts PASS NOW at NACL.ORG Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Hurd Road in Bethel, presents Santana’s Transmogrify Tour 2017 in the Pavilion at 8 p.m. Tickets: $37.50 - $136.50. Check out bethelwoodscenter.org or call 1-866-781-2922 for the latest info, tickets and special offers. Forestburgh Playhouse presents Bye Bye Birdie. It’s the 1960s and Army-bound rock star Conrad Birdie's farewell appearance in Sweet Apple, Ohio is the talk of J U LY / A U G U S T 2 0 1 7

the town. But it's a teenage crisis for new "steadies" Hugo and Kim: she just won the chance to give Birdie one last kiss before boot camp. Show at 8 p.m. 39 Forestburgh Road, Forestburgh 12777; Box Office: 845794-1194 Fort Delaware, an authentic depiction of the life of the Delaware Company Pioneers who settled in the Upper Delaware Valley in 1754, including demonstrations of early settlers’ lifestyles and craft-making. Gift shop, vending area, picnicking facilities are located on the grounds. Open weekends, 6615 Route 97, Narrowsburg, (845) 807-0287 (Sept.-April); (845) 252-6660 (MayAug.).

Sunday, August 6 The 38th annual Monster Run-a-thon fundraiser sponsored by the Monticello Rotary Club to benefit the Sullivan County Veterans Coalition. Bring the family! The Monster Classic 5K and 10K Road Races begin at Richardson Ave. near Pizza Hut in Monticello at 8:45 a.m. SHARP! Awards, prizes, refreshments and entertainment following the race. Children 10 and under $10. Preregistration: Walkers $15, Runners $20. Race Day Registration: $25. Special discount for camps: preregister 10 or more runners and get the special rate of $15 per runner. Save $5. Special $2 discount for Sullivan Striders Club members. There are a limited number of t-shirts. Register early to guarantee yours. For more information call Orshii Boldiis at 845-239-2107 or Les Kristt at 7946639. You can also sign up online at www.raceroster.com. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Hurd Road in Bethel, presents Kings of Leon Tour in the Pavilion at 7 p.m. Tickets: $37.95 -109.95. With special guests Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats. Check out bethelwoodscenter.org or call 1-866-781-2922 for the latest info, tickets and special offers. Forestburgh Playhouse presents Bye Bye Birdie. It’s the 1960s and Army-bound rock star Conrad Birdie's farewell appearance in Sweet Apple, Ohio is the talk of the town. But it's a teenage crisis for new "steadies" Hugo and Kim: she just won the chance to give Birdie one last kiss before boot camp. Matinee at 3 p.m. 39 Forestburgh Road, Forestburgh 12777; Box Office: 845794-1194 Fort Delaware, an authentic depiction of the life of the Delaware Company Pioneers who settled in the Upper Delaware Valley in 1754, including demonstrations of early settlers’ lifestyles and craft-making. Gift shop, vending area, picnicking facilities are located on the grounds. Open weekends, 6615 Route 97, Narrowsburg, (845) 807-0287 (Sept.-April); (845) 252-6660 (MayAug.).

Tuesday, August 8 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. Forestburgh Playhouse presents Bye Bye Birdie. It’s the 1960s and Army-bound rock star Conrad Birdie's farewell appearance in Sweet Apple, Ohio is the talk of

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the town. But it's a teenage crisis for new "steadies" Hugo and Kim: she just won the chance to give Birdie one last kiss before boot camp. Show at 8 p.m. 39 Forestburgh Road, Forestburgh 12777; Box Office: 845794-1194

Wednesday, August 9 Forestburgh Playhouse presents Bye Bye Birdie. It’s the 1960s and Army-bound rock star Conrad Birdie's farewell appearance in Sweet Apple, Ohio is the talk of the town. But it's a teenage crisis for new "steadies" Hugo and Kim: she just won the chance to give Birdie one last kiss before boot camp. Show at 8 p.m. Matinee at 2 p.m. 39 Forestburgh Road, Forestburgh 12777; Box Office: 845-794-1194

Thursday, August 10 Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Hurd Road in Bethel, presents Florida Georgia Line’s The Smooth Tour 2017 in the Pavilion at 7 p.m. with special guests Nelly and Chris Lane. Tickets: $36.50 -$85.25. Check out bethelwoodscenter.org or call 1-866-781-2922 for the latest info, tickets and special offers. Forestburgh Playhouse presents Bye Bye Birdie. It’s the 1960s and Army-bound rock star Conrad Birdie's farewell appearance in Sweet Apple, Ohio is the talk of the town. But it's a teenage crisis for new "steadies" Hugo and Kim: she just won the chance to give Birdie one last kiss before boot camp. Show at 8 p.m. 39 Forestburgh Road, Forestburgh 12777; Box Office: 845794-1194 The BETHEL LAKESIDE MUSIC Series is scheduled every THURSDAY at sunset until August 31. Musician’s performances take place at the Kauneonga Lake Gazebo Park, corner of Rt 55 x Lake Street, from 6:30 – 8 p.m. Musicians vary from week to week. Free. Limited seating - bring chair / blanket. Rain TBA. More Info: bethellakesidemusic@gmail.com, BETHEL LAKESIDE MUSIC on Fb or 845-583-4808 8/10 - Antione Magilano & the Rock Hill Ramblers with Laura Garone will be performing.

only, at 8 p.m., “Rocktopia: A Classical Evolution” melding world-class vocalists and top rock musicians. Tickets: $53 - $105.50. Check out bethelwoodscenter.org or call 1-866-781-2922 for the latest info, tickets and special offers. Forestburgh Playhouse presents Bye Bye Birdie. It’s the 1960s and Army-bound rock star Conrad Birdie's farewell appearance in Sweet Apple, Ohio is the talk of the town. But it's a teenage crisis for new "steadies" Hugo and Kim: she just won the chance to give Birdie one last kiss before boot camp. Show at 8 p.m. 39 Forestburgh Road, Forestburgh 12777; Box Office: 845794-1194

Sunday, August 13 Forestburgh Playhouse presents Bye Bye Birdie. It’s the 1960s and Army-bound rock star Conrad Birdie's farewell appearance in Sweet Apple, Ohio is the talk of the town. But it's a teenage crisis for new "steadies" Hugo and Kim: she just won the chance to give Birdie one last kiss before boot camp. Matinee at 3 p.m. 39 Forestburgh Road, Forestburgh 12777; Box Office: 845794-1194

Tuesday, August 15 Forestburgh Playhouse presents Crazy for You, a Gershwin Musical Comedy Revue, a Tony Award-winning evening of high energy comedy, mistaken identity, plot twists, fabulous dance numbers (this show is tap-dancing at its finest!) and, of course, the glorious music of the Gershwins. Show at 8 p.m. 39 Forestburgh Road, Forestburgh 12777; Box Office: 845-794-1194 Hyde Park Trip, sponsored by St. Tammany, order of the Eastern Star in Livingston Manor. The trip includes a visit to the Roosevelt Library and Museum and a tour of the home. Cost is $50. Bring a brown bag lunch. For reservations call Loretta Kratz at 845-887-9943.

Friday, August 11 Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Hurd Road in Bethel, presents REO Speedwagon & Styx with special guest Don Felder in the Pavilion at 7 p.m. Tickets: $35.50 115.50. Check out bethelwoodscenter.org or call 1-866781-2922 for the latest info, tickets and special offers. Forestburgh Playhouse presents Bye Bye Birdie. It’s the 1960s and Army-bound rock star Conrad Birdie's farewell appearance in Sweet Apple, Ohio is the talk of the town. But it's a teenage crisis for new "steadies" Hugo and Kim: she just won the chance to give Birdie one last kiss before boot camp. Show at 8 p.m. 39 Forestburgh Road, Forestburgh 12777; Box Office: 845794-1194 Learn to cook no-cook summer meals! Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County is overing a hands-on class in the CCESC Catskills Kitchen from 6-9 p.m. at the Extension Education Center on 64 Ferndale-Loomis Road in Liberty.

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Monticello Farmers Market North Street and Jefferson St., Ted Stroebele Parking Lot Monticello, NY June 12th - September 18 from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Rock Hill Farmers Market 223 Rock Hill Drive Rock Hill, NY June 3 - September 30 from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. www.rockhillfarmersmarket.com

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Learn about the famous fashions of Helen Morrell's, the delicious Italian cuisine at the Dead End Cafe, several places to see great performa...

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