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t’s easy to see – literally – why people return to Bridle Hill Farm. The rolling green fields are interrupted only by tall trees and white fences, in between which meander all manner of horses and ponies. This is the kind of farm you’ve dreamed about, high atop a hill offering panoramas of yet more farms and fields. And by the time your day is over, you’ll feel like you’re part of the farm, thanks to the hands-on approach of Bridle Hill’s owners Dan and Elinor Young and their talented team – previous experience with horses and farms not required!

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“We take all ages,” says Elinor as she brushes one of the 11 specially-selected horses available to the public. “Eighty-five to 90 percent of our customers are first-timers,” adds Dan. “They’ve just got to be able to sit on the horse on their own.” Up to eight people at a time can set out with a trail guide across Bridle Hill’s 35 scenic acres, any time of the year under virtually any daytime weather conditions. The gentle horses and ponies don’t mind the rain or the cold. “We’ll go out in anything, except hail and thunderstorms,” Elinor affirms. But there’s far more to Bridle Hill than

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Relish the fresh air and wide-open spaces of Bridle Hill Farm’s 35 acres amidst the hills above Jeffersonville, NY. Board and ride your own horse here, or take a guided trail ride, or host a private birthday party or wedding in one of the most scenic spots in the Catskills! You can even catch horse shows both outside and within Bridle Hill’s spacious arena.


simply horse and pony rides. You can learn all there is to know about riding, boarding and caring for horses; send your kids to afterschool and summer camp programs; watch and participate in equestrian events; or even find the perfect spot for your wedding or birthday party. Stay outdoors amidst the splendor of what was long ago the Hemmer dairy farm, or head inside to the enormous, 144’x80’ solarpowered riding arena, with plenty of room for humans and horses.

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Here’s the complete list of activities and pricing (and yes, you can give these as a gift!): • Trail riding for all ages, any season – $40 per person for a group and $60 for a single ride (helmets, orientation and trail guide provided) • Lessons for all ages and skill levels, any season – $30 per person for groups of three or more, $30 for a half-hour private lesson, $45 per person for a two-person semi-private lesson, or $60 for a one-on-one lesson • Pony parties for all ages – $90 per horse for one hour (as many riders as wanted), with the party itself lasting up to two hours (tables and chairs provided, but bring your own food and utensils – a BBQ grill can be rented for $15) • Group educational tours – learn the workings of Bridle Hill Farm and farm life in general, available for any size group, no riding required • Summer camp for school-age children – starts June 22 and ends September 4, running from 9 a.m.-noon Monday through Friday – $45 for a day (first time), $40 per day for five or more days, $30 per day for customers who’ve pre-purchased a riding package (and everyone who participates gets to ride a horse) • Afterschool program runs each week one day a week (Thursday) Monday through Friday during the school year for groups of children – $20 per two-hour class, package of five for $100, or $15 per student for customers who’ve pre-purchased a riding package, with lessons in horseriding, grooming and more • Regularly scheduled horse shows open to the public – next up is the Jeffersonville Lions Club Charity Horse Show on August 1, 2015 • Horse boarding – in a 12’x12’ stall with automatic waters, dust-free bedding and access to both indoor and outdoor arenas and pasture – $300 (pasture board only) to $600 (full stall board), depending on package selected, plus $250/month half-leases of school horses available More info, expirationless package deals and direct online payment are offered at bridlehillfarm.com, but you’re welcome to check out the facility firsthand – and meet Dan and Elinor – by punching “190 Hemmer Road, Jeffersonville, NY” into your GPS. Just remember: this is a busy farm, so anything more than a quick visit needs to be set up in advance, either online or via telephone (845-482-3993). C AT S K I L L S C O N F I D E N T I A L

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While a bevy of outdoor sculptures catch the eye outside the Dancing Cat Saloon and Catskill Distilling Company in Bethel, NY, did you note the cozy fire pit behind them? You won’t find any “don’t walk on the grass” signs here – owners Stacy Cohen and Monte Sachs invite everyone to sit a spell on their wide front lawn and enjoy one of their growing list of locally-made and finely distilled spirits. Can’t stop for a visit? Their product is shipped to a variety of retailers, too! 12 C AT S K I L L S

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alk about a destination ... The Woodstock festival and Bethel Woods Center for the Arts are no longer Bethel, NY’s only claims to fame. Have you stopped by the Catskill Distilling Company and sampled their awardwinning spirits? (It was voted Best Distillery in NY by the Village Voice, People Choice 2014) How about the Dancing Cat Saloon right next door, where a great meal can be enjoyed indoors and out, with views of the rolling countryside and the live sounds of area bands? Have you wandered across Route 17B to the Stray Cat Gallery to view the photos, sculptures and paintings of some of the region’s most talented artists? Or literally gone to The Store Next Door to indulge in a bit of antiques shopping? All this is the handiwork of Stacy Cohen and Monte Sachs and their staff, led by Chief Business Development Officer Dr. Pietro Bortolotti. The local couple have melded Bethel’s rural agricultural roots with its near-50-year status as a musical Mecca, producing an entirely unique series of attractions that promise to tickle any fancy. M AY / J U N E 2 0 1 5

“The bottom line is, we make a good product here,” says Monte, whose distilling prowess has produced Peace Vodka, Most Righteous Bourbon, Defiant Rye, Curious Gin, One & Only Buckwheat, among others. Their spirits are available at the distillery with a tour and a tasting at the restored 1939 World’s Fair Bar via the long gone Jeff Lake Inn and are also distributed throughout NY State and beyond. “We still have a process that is artisanal,” adds Pietro, a native of Italy who has brought his considerable skills (and a Ph.D. in economics) to bear on this complex. The Cat Stills Café is the newest addition to the Distillery, pairing light meals with signature drinks. But what they produce goes beyond spirits made of locally-sourced grains. The tasting room in the distillery, for example, has become one of the prime spots to catch up-and-coming musical talent in the region. “We want to be here for the local community which is unique 2nd home community and the visitors,” explains Stacy, who grew up in the Catskills. Artists are showcased across the road in continued on page 14

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The Stray Cat Gallery and The Store Next Door are full of the work of talented artists and craftsmen, be they modern paintings and sculptures or an array of guitars and mandolins and assorted antiques. Stacy Cohen’s collecting skills and eye for a good find are unrivalled in the region, making any visit to these shops a truly worthwhile experience.

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While a bevy of outdoor sculptures catch the eye outside the Dancing Cat Saloon and Catskill Distilling Company in Bethel, NY, did you note the cozy fire pit behind them? You won’t find any “don’t walk on the grass” signs here – owners Stacy Cohen and Monte Sachs invite everyone to sit a spell on their wide front lawn and enjoy one of their growing list of locally-made and finely distilled spirits. Can’t stop for a visit? Their product is shipped to a variety of retailers, too! 12 C AT S K I L L S

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alk about a destination ... The Woodstock festival and Bethel Woods Center for the Arts are no longer Bethel, NY’s only claims to fame. Have you stopped by the Catskill Distilling Company and sampled their awardwinning spirits? (It was voted Best Distillery in NY by the Village Voice, People Choice 2014) How about the Dancing Cat Saloon right next door, where a great meal can be enjoyed indoors and out, with views of the rolling countryside and the live sounds of area bands? Have you wandered across Route 17B to the Stray Cat Gallery to view the photos, sculptures and paintings of some of the region’s most talented artists? Or literally gone to The Store Next Door to indulge in a bit of antiques shopping? All this is the handiwork of Stacy Cohen and Monte Sachs and their staff, led by Chief Business Development Officer Dr. Pietro Bortolotti. The local couple have melded Bethel’s rural agricultural roots with its near-50-year status as a musical Mecca, producing an entirely unique series of attractions that promise to tickle any fancy. M AY / J U N E 2 0 1 5

“The bottom line is, we make a good product here,” says Monte, whose distilling prowess has produced Peace Vodka, Most Righteous Bourbon, Defiant Rye, Curious Gin, One & Only Buckwheat, among others. Their spirits are available at the distillery with a tour and a tasting at the restored 1939 World’s Fair Bar via the long gone Jeff Lake Inn and are also distributed throughout NY State and beyond. “We still have a process that is artisanal,” adds Pietro, a native of Italy who has brought his considerable skills (and a Ph.D. in economics) to bear on this complex. The Cat Stills Café is the newest addition to the Distillery, pairing light meals with signature drinks. But what they produce goes beyond spirits made of locally-sourced grains. The tasting room in the distillery, for example, has become one of the prime spots to catch up-and-coming musical talent in the region. “We want to be here for the local community which is unique 2nd home community and the visitors,” explains Stacy, who grew up in the Catskills. Artists are showcased across the road in continued on page 14

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The Stray Cat Gallery and The Store Next Door are full of the work of talented artists and craftsmen, be they modern paintings and sculptures or an array of guitars and mandolins and assorted antiques. Stacy Cohen’s collecting skills and eye for a good find are unrivalled in the region, making any visit to these shops a truly worthwhile experience.

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the Stray Cat Gallery, including signed exclusive images of the 1969 Woodstock Music Festival by Jason Laure – and more of Paul Stark’s amazing wood carvings. An example of his custom carving is evident in the Cat Pole found in the dining room of the Saloon featuring 20 cats happily playing music. Chances are you’ll be introduced to far more than good food, drink and art, thanks to Stacy and Monte’s neighbor: Bethel Woods. “The people who come to visit the Museum at Bethel Woods are from all over the world,” says Stacy – and they make it a point to also stop by the Distillery, Saloon, Gallery and Store. “I love the people that we serve and meet" she adds with a wide smile. “They are such an eclectic group!” To find out how to make your own memorable visit, check out catskilldistilling.com and dancingcatsaloon.com or call 845-583-3141.

Bring home a memento of your visit to Bethel with a locally-created photo, painting or sculpture from the Stray Cat Gallery (top right). Antique dishware and furniture fill The Store Next Door (above), and Stacy may even entertain an offer on this gorgeously detailed cash register (above right)! Afterwards, relax on a curving bench underneath the trees lining 17B, the path to Woodstock. 14 C AT S K I L L S

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this is the year to head n evening at the Forestburgh Playhouse is an unforgettable experience. Reviewers have commented that the Playhouse provides “Broadway in the Catskills,” and they are right! The Forestburgh Playhouse, a professional and celebrated regional theatre in Sullivan County, NY, is celebrating its 69th season. In 1947, a troupe of actors from Greenwich Village came to the Catskills in search of a place to make theatre happen. They found an old barn and transformed it into what is now known as the Forestburgh Play-

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house. New Producer Franklin Trapp is carrying on the tradition of his predecessors and presenting a season full of blockbuster hits for all to enjoy. “Damn Yankees,” Mel Brooks’ zany hit “Young Frankenstein,” “Oliver!” “Music Man,” “42nd Street,” “The Fantasticks” and “Driving Miss Daisy” starring Loretta Swit from the hit television series “M*A*S*H” are all sure to delight audiences. The 2015 season at the Playhouse is not to be missed. So, make sure you get your tickets today!

June 16-28: “Damn Yankees” A light, fast-paced, and devilishly clever home-run musical comedy hit! All-American subject matter and an irreverent sense of humor, coupled with an all-hit score including “Whatever Lola Wants,” “You Gotta Have Heart,” and “A Little Brains, A Little Talent” make it a show you won’t want to miss! Baseball never sounded better!

July 28-August 9: “The Music Man” Seventy-six Trombones at the Forestburgh Playhouse – “The Music Man” is family entertainment at its best! This story of con man extraordinaire Harold Hill features an irresistible score: “Goodnight, My Someone,” “Till There Was You,” “Shipoopee,” and more. This sunny, funny slice of red, white, and blue Americana is sure to delight! A feel-good hit!

June 30-July 12: Mel Brooks’ “Young Frankenstein” From the genius of Mel Brooks and the creators of the record-breaking Broadway sensation “The Producers” comes this monster new musical comedy. The trademark wacky humor of Mel Brooks, matched by his equally wacky and clever songs, turn this story of a misunderstood monster into the funniest event of the summer. A laugh riot! July 14-26: “Oliver!” Take one plucky orphan searching for a home, add great songs, plenty of laughs, and one over-the-top villain, and you’ve got “Oliver!” the perfect show for the whole family! And those great songs include classics like “Food, Glorious Food,” “I’d Do Anything,” “Where is Love?,” “Consider Yourself,” “As Long As He Needs Me,” and so many more! Not to be missed!

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August 11-23: “42nd Street” “Shuffle Off to Buffalo” in this toe-tapping tale of a chorus girl who becomes a star. “You’re Getting to be a Habit with Me,” “We’re in the Money,” “The Lullaby of Broadway” – all the great songs are here, and of course, all that tapping! The quintessential Broadway musical – what the Playhouse is all about! August 25-30: “The Fantasticks” "Try To Remember" a time when this romantic charmer wasn't enchanting audiences around the world. “The Fantasticks,” a sweet and funny musical about a boy, a girl, two fathers and a wall, is the longest-running musical in the world. Timeless song and story wrapped in pure theatre! Think about it – how long has it been since you’ve been seduced by “The Fantasticks”? J U N E / J U LY 2 0 1 5


to Forestburgh! The cast of “My Fair Lady” brought the house down during the Playhouse’s ‘14 season.

September 1-6: “Driving Miss Daisy” starring Loretta Swit This warm-hearted, humorous and affecting study of the unlikely relationship between a crotchety white Southern lady and the proud yet soft-spoken black man who chauffeurs her won the Pulitzer Prize, and here at the Playhouse it will win your heart! Full of laughs with a few tears – the perfect theatre experience, starring Emmy Award-winner Loretta Swit! All evening performances begin at 8 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. All matinee performances begin at 2 p.m. Wednesdays and 3 p.m. Sundays Come to the Cabaret! The Cabaret in the Forestburgh Tavern is a perfect start or finish to a Playhouse performance! On Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, the Cabaret opens up for a delicious buffet dinner at 6 p.m. followed by a fantastic cabaret performance. On Fridays and Saturdays, the action switches to late nite when the Cabaret opens up after the evening mainstage performance (usually at 10:30 p.m.). A delicious and inexpensive menu, cocktails and a great show await the patrons! Children’s Theatre at the Forestburgh Playhouse A green ogre has come to Forestburgh! Bring the kids to the Playhouse’s production of “Shrek The Musical.” Join Shrek, Fiona and the storybook gang on their hilarious adventures, every Thursday and Saturday at 11 a.m., starting June 25. Stick J U N E / J U LY 2 0 1 5

around after the show and meet the cast of characters! Tickets for kids are just $12, and adults are $20. Brunch at the Forestburgh Tavern July 19 and August 2 from 12-3 p.m. Whether you’re coming to the show or not, come to the Forestburgh Tavern to enjoy a delightful brunch! Enjoy a delicious brunch menu, refreshing mimosas or our Bloody Mary Bar! Sit outside and enjoy the best brunch in the Catskills! Back by Popular Demand: The Forestburgh Tavern Fall Series This fall, every Friday and Saturday starting September 11, the Forestburgh Tavern will be presenting concerts, cabarets, comedy, trivia and more. The Fall Series will last until Halloween Weekend! With a tasty Fall Menu, fabulous cocktails, The Fall Series is a great time! Halloween at the Forestburgh Tavern: “The Rocky Horror Picture Show – Live at the Tavern” Let’s do the “Time Warp” at the Forestburgh Tavern this Halloween Weekend! For a limited engagement only, you can enjoy Halloween in style with a live performance of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.” Performance dates are October 30 and 31 at 8 p.m. at the Forestburgh Tavern! Call the Box Office at 845-794-1194 for tickets and reservations, or go to www.fbplayhouse.org for more information and tickets!

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June 16 “Drawing Big” group exhibit at Loft Gallery, of the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance, in Narrowsburg. Tuesday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday - 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For info, call 2527576 or visit www. delawarevalleyartsalliance.org. Continues until July 4. Exhibit: Threads Connecting ’60s and Modern Rockwear at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Bethel; $5 for this exhibit only; or regular admission to museum for full visit. For info or tickets, call 583-2000 or 800-745-3000. “Esoterica” Ioannis Glykokokalos Paintings, at Delaware Arts Center, in Narrowsburg, Tuesday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday - 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For info, call 252-7576 or visit www. delawarevalleyartsalliance.org. Continues until July 4. Cabaret at the Forestburgh Tavern, at 6 p.m. Cabaret shows are presented at the Forestburgh Tavern, right next to the playhouse, before the main stage show Tuesday through Thursday and after the main stage show Friday and Saturday. Tuesday through Thursday dinner/ cabaret begins at 6 p.m. sharp and cabaret show starts @ 6:40 p.m. Friday and Saturday post-show, late night supper cabaret begins after the main stage production ends (approx. 10:30 p.m.). A full bar is available, featuring premium wines and specialty cocktails. Reservations are a must, and can only be made by calling the Box Office at 794-1194. There is no cover charge. Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, until September 3. “Damn Yankees” at the Forestburgh Playhouse, at 8 p.m. Baseball never sounded better! Tues-Sat @ 7:30pm AND Wed @ 2pm, Sun @ 3pm. Call for ticket rates. For info, call 794-1194 or visit fbplayhouse.org.

June 17 Sara Hulse Band at Albella Restaurant, in Monticello, from 7 to 10 p.m. For info, call 794-8866 or visit www. albellafamilyrestaurant.com.

June 18 Root n’ Roost Farm Tours are open to the public and are held every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday until October 30. Tours are 1 hour long and cost $30 minimum for up to 6 people: $7 per additional adult and $5 per child, kids 3 and under are FREE! Located on Mineral Springs Rd., in Livingston Manor. Call 292-9126 or visit www.rootnroost. com for info or reservations. “Material Being” Exhibit at Catskill Art Society, in Livingston Manor, 11 a.m., featuring the artwork of Ed Smith & Joni Wehrli. Continues Thursday - Monday, until June 28. For info, call 436-4227 or visit www.catskillartsociety.org. Thirsty Thursday Brew Tours - $65 per person. Hop on the bus and leave the driving to CD Trips. There will be pick-ups and drop-offs beginning at 1pm at Villa Roma Resort in Callicoon followed by the Arnold House and Catskill Brewery in Livingston Manor. Your tours and tastings will begin at Catskill Brewery in Livingston Manor fol-

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lowed by stops at Roscoe Beer Company and Prohibition Distillery in Roscoe. Drop-offs begin at 4:30pm at Catskill Brewery and conclude at the Villa Roma at 5pm. Every Thursday, until September 3. For info, call 798-2188 or visit www.cdtrips.com. Exhibit: “Reflections” at Rolling River Café, Gallery & Inn, in Parksville; Solo photography exhibit featuring photographer/psychologist Flora Hogman. Every Thursday and Friday until September 4. For info, call 747-4123 or 413-627-6981; visit www.rollingriver.net.

June 19 Exhibit: “Earth Fusion” at Cafe Devine, in Callicoon; new ceramic sculpture by Naomi Teppich; Friday - Monday, until June 30. For info, call 887-3076 or visit www.cafedevine.com. Farming with Kids at Apple Pond Farm, in Callicoon Center, 10 to 11 a.m., every Friday and Saturday. Kids do real farm chores: milking goats, feeding chickens, collecting eggs, grooming horses, harvest from the garden. Activities vary. No reservations required. $6/person, under 3 free. Minimum of 5 people required to hold event. For info, call 482-4764 or visit www.applepondfarm.com. Exhibit & Sale: Ron Lusker Art I, at The Left Bank, in Liberty. Six decades of art by Ron Lusker. Benefiting local American wounded veterans. Continues until September 30. For info, call 857-8208 or visit www.ronlusker. com. Curious Cat Friday, at Dancing Cat Saloon, in Bethel, at 6 p.m. Enjoy a creative gathering of interesting and imaginative minds. For info, call 583-3141 or visit www.dancingcatsaloon.com. Bryan Adams in concert, at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, at 7 p.m. Pavilion only. Doors open @ 7pm; Showtime @ 8pm. $48.50, $69, $79, $89 for reserved seating. For tickets or information, call 583-2000, 800-745-3000 or visit bethelwoodscenter.org. Firebrand at Albella Restaurant, in Monticello, from 7 to 10 p.m. For info, call 794-8866 or visit www.albella familyrestaurant.com. Tusten Theatre’s Spring Concert Series continues with Loudon Wainwright III, at the Tusten Theatre, in Narrowsburg. Doors open at 7 p.m., performance at 7:30 p.m. $15 at the door; $12 in advance. For info, call 252-7576 or visit delawarevalleyarts alliance.org. Performance: “Idiot” at NACL Theatre, in Highland Lake, at 7:30 p.m. (Continues also on June 20). Idiot—based on The Idiot by Dostoevsky, this multi-disciplinary performance features the gestural choreography of Kristin Marting (founder of HERE in NYC) and text by Robert Lyons (director of The New Ohio Theatre.) Using original text, and innovative video art, the performance invokes a complex brain scan of Prince Myshkin’s “truly beautiful soul” as he faces a fearful, corrupt society. Cost is $20 General admission; $20 under 30

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June 20 Rhulen Rock Hill Run and Ramble 5K, at the Frontier Building, in Rock Hill, at 9 a.m. The R4 is one of the largest footraces in the Hudson Valley, and has raised over $1.2 million to date. R4 raises funds for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and the Trevor Loughlin Foundation, which benefits individuals battling blood cancer and other acute catastrophic illnesses. For info, visit rockhillrun.com. Jeffersonville Outdoor Market takes place at 9 a.m., across from the post office. The Outdoor Market will run every Saturday through and including Saturday, September 5. No pets. For more information, contact Michelle A. Gadoury at 482-2169 or facebook. com/michelle.gadoury. Barryville Farmer’s Market takes place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., at 3385 State Route 97, in Barryville, behind River Market. The market offers local products including: fruits, vegetables, cut flowers, baked goods, milk, cheese, jams, meat, poultry, eggs, wine and more. Saturdays until the end of October, rain or shine. Garden Tour - 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Seventh Annual SullivanArc Garden Tour will feature an exclusive look at the private gardens of Master Gardener Volunteers from Cornell Cooperative Extension of Sullivan County. Approximately seven beautiful gardens will be open for visits on Saturday, June 20. Cost is $40 per person for the guided bus tour, which includes travel on a Rolling V coach bus, tip, guide, door prizes and snacks. Self-guided tour tickets and maps will also be available for those who want to drive their own vehicles for $25 per person. Following the tour is a complimentary wine and cheese reception for all ticket holders and garden owners. Tickets go on sale March 2 online from SullivanArc at www.sullivanarc.org – click on “Buy Tickets”. Tickets are $40 for the guided bus tour, $25 for the self-guided tour. Call

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796-1350, ext. 1050 or visit www.sullivanarc.org. An Artists Event is being held on June 20, at the Main Events Stage area on Main Street in Jeffersonville. Participating artists will be selling their paintings and prints. For info, call 482-5354 or visit www.jeffersonville jems.org. Rock Hill Farmers Market, 223 Rock Hill Drive, every Saturday until September 5; 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Shop for a wonderful assortment of locally grown produce, beverages, home baked goods, herbs, flowers and more. For info, call 8072034. Samplin’ Saturday Brew Tours - Hop on the bus and leave the driving to CD Trips. There will be pick-ups and drop-offs beginning at 1pm at Brew in Rock Hill followed by Cracolici’s on the Green in Liberty and Catskill Brewery in Livingston Manor. Your tours and tastings will begin at Catskill Brewery in Livingston Manor followed by stops at Roscoe Beer Company and Prohibition Distillery in Roscoe. Drop-offs begin at 4:20pm at Catskill Brewery and conclude at Brew at 5pm. Cost is $65 per person. For info, call 798-2188 or visit www.cdtrips.com. Live Music at the Jeffersonville Events Stage - featuring Thurman Barker, Noah Barker, Matthew Hoffman and Noelle Tannen - open air stage. Bring a chair, but leave the pets at home, 4 to 8 p.m. For info, call 482-5354 or visit www.jeffersonvillejems.org. Live Music at Downtown Barn, in Liberty, from 8 to 11 p.m. Jazz/ rock/fusion with Jazzmosis. For info, call 747-9665 or visit www.downtownbarn.com. Natural History Walk at 8:30 a.m. Stroll 2-3 miles on level terrain through the beautiful Basha Kill with naturalist Jack Austin as you see and listen to what is nesting, growing, and maturing in mid-summer. Wear good walking shoes as there may be wet areas and bring insect repellent. Meet at Haven Road, off Route 209, south of Wurtsboro. For information, contact Jack at 856-0706 or cell at 649-8720. SponC AT S K I L L S C O N F I D E N T I A L

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sored by the Basha Kill Area Association, www. thebashakill.org. “Things We Like” Art Exhibit, featuring works by Janet Campbell and Cynthia Hall, at the Wurtsboro Art Alliance Gallery. Gallery is open every Saturday and Sunday, from noon to 4 p.m., Exhibit ends on June 28. For info, visit www.waagallery.org or email info@waagallery.org.

June 21 Workshop: A Lotta Ricotta, at Apple Pond Farm, in Callicoon Center, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Meet the goats, and try milking one. Make whole milk ricotta cheese, and learn ways to serve it. Sample local artisan cheese. $40 per person, reservations required. For info, call 482-4764 or visit www.applepond farm.com. Farmers’ Market at Niforatos Field, in Roscoe, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. A season-long farm market featuring local farm-fresh produce and artisan products. For info, call 607-498-5222, ext. 306 or 607-498-5464. Every Sunday until October 11. Sponsored by the Roscoe Chamber of Commerce. Callicoon Farmers’ Market will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Callicoon Creek Park, on A. Dorrer Dr. Over 25 farmers, food producers and artisans bring you the best of local farm fresh goodness. Vegetables, fruit, meats, eggs, cheese, baked goods, prepared foods, wine and more! Every Sunday until November 22. For info, call 866-270-2015 or visit www.sullivancounty farmersmarkets.org. Brunch at the Cat - Breakfast and live jazz, at the Dancing Cat Saloon, in Bethel, at 11 a.m. Every Sunday, until September 6. For info, call 583-3141 or email dancingcatsaloon.com.

June 23 Renewable Energy Tour and Talk, at Root n’ Roost Farm, Mineral Springs Rd., Livingston Manor, at 5 p.m. Also on June 27. See our solar electric and solar hot water systems in action and see how you too can save money, add energy into the grid, and even make money off of a renewable energy system! We will also show you the components and build a small-scale solar electric system right before your eyes! Sean works with a Solar Installer and can help you get started towards energy independence while reaping all the other benefits! Cost is $10 per person. For info, call 292-9126 or visit www. rootnroost.com.

June 24 Save Energy, Save Dollars Workshop, at Cornell Cooperative Extension, in Liberty, at 6 p.m. Free to attend. Homeowners and renters can learn to reduce energy consumption and lower energy bills at a Save Energy, Save Dollars workshop. Participants who attend this free event will learn about reducing energy bills by following some low-cost and no-cost energy conservation methods. Each person will receive three (3) compact fluorescent light bulbs at no cost to them. Advanced registration is encouraged. For info or to register, call 292-6180. Live Music at Albella Restaurant, with Albi Beluli, from 7 to 10 p.m. For info, call 794-8866 or visit www.albella familyrestaurant.com.

June 25 Young Audience Festival at Forestburgh Playhouse “Shrek - The Musical”, at 11 a.m. This hilarious and heartwarming tale of an ugly green ogre who finds true love is a family favorite. Shrek’s madcap adventures are fun for the whole family – adults and kids alike! Shrek will be presented every Thurs

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June 26 Train, in concert, at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, at 7 p.m. Train featuring special guests The Fray and Matt Nathanson at the Pavilion. Gates open at 5:30pm. $48.50, $62.50, $79, $107 Reserved; $32 Lawn; $103 Lawn 4 Pack. For info or tickets, call 583-2000 or 800-745-3000 or visit bethelwoodscenter.org. Barry Scheinfeld Group, at Albella Restaurant, from 7 to 10 p.m. For info, call 794-8866 or visit albella familyrestaurant.com.

June 27 Concert: Mormon Tabernacle Choir with The Orchestra at Temple Square, at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. Doors open @ 6:30. Showtime @ 7:30. $117.49, $87.49, and $67.49 Reserved; $41.99 Lawn & $133 Lawn 4-Pack. For info or tickets, call 583-2000, 800-745-3000 or visit bethelwoodscenter.org.

June 28 Bernie Williams & His All-Star Band, at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, in Bethel, at 4 p.m. ” Doors open 3pm. $107 VIP Ticket includes post-show Meet & Greet with Bernie Williams; $77; and $72 Reserved seating. Call 583-2000 or 800-7453000; bethelwoodscenter.org.

June 30 Stage Performance: “Young Frankenstein” at Forestburgh Playhouse, at 8 p.m. Continues until July 8. Tues-Sat @ 7:30pm AND Wed @ 2pm, Sun @ 3pm. Call for ticket prices, 794-1194 or visit www.fbplayhouse.org.

July 1 “Esoterica” - Ioannis Glykokokalos Paintings, at Delaware Arts Center, in Narrowsburg, Tuesday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday - 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For info, call 252-7576 or visit www. delawarevalleyartsalliance.org. Continues until July 4. Nailed Shut at Albella Restaurant, in Monticello; 7 to 10 p.m. Call 794-8866 or visit albellarestaurant.com.

July 2 Comedy Night at The Arnold House, in Livingston Manor, at 8 p.m. For info, call 439-5070 or visit www.thearnoldhouse.com. Exhibit: “Reflections” at Rolling River Café, Gallery & Inn, in Parksville; Solo photography exhibit featuring photographer/psychologist Flora Hogman. Every Thursday and Friday until September 4. For info, call 747-4123 or 413-627-6981; visit www.rollingriver.net. Thirsty Thursday Brew Tours - $65 per person. Hop on the bus and leave the driving to CD Trips. There will be pick-ups and drop-offs beginning at 1pm at Villa Roma Resort in Callicoon followed by the Arnold House and Catskill Brewery in Livingston Manor. Your tours and tastings will begin at Catskill Brewery in Livingston Manor followed by stops at Roscoe Beer Company and Prohibition Distillery in Roscoe. Dropoffs begin at 4:30pm at Catskill Brewery and conclude at the Villa Roma at 5pm. Every Thursday, until September 3. For info, call 798-2188 or visit www.cdtrips.com. YAFF (Young Audience Festival at Forestburgh) “Shrek the Musical” at 11 a.m., at the Forestburgh Playhouse; every Thursday and Saturday, until August 22. Call for admission rates, 794-1194 or visit www.fbplay house.org. Farm Tours - Root n’ Roost Farm, MineraSprings Rd., Livingston Manor, 10 a.m. to

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5 p.m. Farm Tours are open to the public and are held every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Tours are 1 hour long and cost $30 minimum for up to 6 people: $7 per additional adult and $5 per child, kids 3 and under are free. For info, call 292-9126 or visit www.rootnroost.com.

July 3 Kid Rock at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts - Kid Rock—Detroit’s self-proclaimed “American Bad Ass”. Doors open 5:15, show time 6:45pm. $225 Platinum Reserved Sec 1-5; $29 Reserved; $29 Lawn. For info, call 583-2000 or 800-745-3000 or visit bethelwoodscenter.org. Live Music - 1st Friday Bluegrass Series, at Downtown Barn, in Liberty, from 7 to 10 p.m. Continues through September 3. For info, call 747-9665 or visit downtownbarn.com. Exhibit & Sale: Ron Lusker Art I, at The Left Bank, in Liberty. Six decades of art by Ron Lusker. Benefiting local American wounded veterans. Continues until September 30. For info, call 857-8208 or visit www.ronlusker. com.

Callicoon Farmers’ Market will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Callicoon Creek Park, on A. Dorrer Dr. Over 25 farmers, food producers and artisans bring you the best of local farm fresh goodness. Vegetables, fruit, meats, eggs, cheese, baked goods, prepared foods, wine and more! Every Sunday until November 22. For info, call 866-270-2015 or visit www.sullivancounty farmersmarkets.org. Brunch at the Cat - Breakfast and live jazz, at the Dancing Cat Saloon, in Bethel, at 11 a.m. Every Sunday, until September 6. For info, call 583-3141 or email dancingcatsaloon.com. Concert: The Bronx Opera, at the Dead End Café, at 3 p.m. The Bronx Opera is back and will present a special and unique program. Celebrating America’s birthday and the musical contributions of our diverse ancestors. A full buffet dinner will follow the concert. Cost is $25. For info, call 292-0400 or visit www.parksvilleusa.com.

July 4 Catskill Art Society (CAS) Member’s Show, at Catskill Art Society, in Livingston Manor. Thursday - Monday, until August 2, 11 a.m. Opening reception 4 to 6 p.m. For info, call 436-4227 or visit catskillartsociety.org. Independence Day Parade, at 11 a.m., in Roscoe. The Annual Independence Day Parade will be held on Saturday, July 4th. Lineup will take place in the parking lot of the Roscoe Central School starting at 10:30. Parade will begin promptly at 11:00. We are asking for community participation as well as all those who are visiting and want to join in the fun. Make a float! March! Ride your bikes! BE CREATIVE!!! There will be no vendors on this date. Call 807-6215 for information. Samplin’ Saturday Brew Tours - Hop on the bus and leave the driving to CD Trips. There will be pick-ups and drop-offs beginning at 1pm at Brew in Rock Hill followed by Cracolici’s on the Green in Liberty and Catskill Brewery in Livingston Manor. Your tours and tastings will begin at Catskill Brewery in Livingston Manor followed by stops at Roscoe Beer Company and Prohibition Distillery in Roscoe. Drop-offs begin at 4:20pm at Catskill Brewery and conclude at Brew at 5pm. Cost is $65 per person. For info, call 798-2188 or visit www.cdtrips.com. The Weather Project - 1 p.m., in Liberty; The Weather Project at Liberty 4th of July Celebration – an outdoor theatre performance about climate change. Directed by Tannis Kowalchuk, the play features song, dance, and stilt-walking, performed by members of NACL and the community. The Weather Project tours Liberty in collaboration with Liberty Chamber of Commerce, Sullivan Renaissance, and Liberty School. Workshops for children and adults will be held at Liberty School. For info, call 557-0694 or visit www.nacl.org. Liberty Farmer’s Market, Darbee Lane, Liberty, from 3 to 6 p.m. Shop for a variety of fresh vegetables and fruit, meats, eggs, cheese, baked goods, prepared foods and more! Every Friday, until September 4. Call 866-270-2015 or visit www.catskillmountain keeper.org. Albi Beluli at Albella’s Restaurant, in Monticello; 7 to 10 p.m. For info, call 794-8866 or visit www.albellafamily restaurant.com.

July 5 Farmers’ Market at Niforatos Field, in Roscoe, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. A season-long farm market featuring local farm-fresh produce and artisan products. For info, call 607-498-5222, ext. 306 or 607-498-5464. Every Sunday until October 11. Sponsored by the Roscoe Chamber of Commerce.

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July 6 Eat Healthy Farmers Market, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Ted Stroebele Neighborhood Facility, in Monticello. Shop for produce and healthy alternatives. For info, call 866-270-2015 or visit catskillmountainkeeper.org.

July 7 A thrift sale and luncheon will be offered at the Grahamsville United Methodist Church - sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., lunch available from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. For info, call 985-2283.

July 8 Sara Hulse Band at Albella Restaurant, in Monticello, 7 to 10 p.m. For info, call 794-8866 or visit albellafamily restaurant.com.

July 10 Exhibit: Joan Giordano, Mixed Media, at Delaware Arts Center, in Narrowsburg. Tues-Fri 9am-5pm & Sat 10am-4pm until August 1. Call 252-7576 or visit delawarevalleyartsalliance.org. Fiber Revolution Group Show, at Loft Gallery of Delaware Valley Arts Alliance; Tues-Fri 9am-5pm & Sat 10am-4pm, until August 1. For info, call 252-7576 or visit delawarevalleyartsalliance.org. “Art in Bloom”: art and floral arrangements in the Recital Hall at Delaware Arts Center, until July 12. Call 252-7576, visit delawarevalleyarsalliance. org for information. Greek Festival at Callicoon Center Fireman’s Field, at 4 p.m. Everyone is welcome! Enjoy traditional Greek food, music & dancing. There will be raffles, prizes, rides, games and more! Fireworks will be held on Saturday at 9 p.m. There’s free parking & admission. Friday @ 4pm, Sat & Sun @ 12pm. Rockridge Band at Albella Restaurant, in Monticello, from 7 to 10 p.m. For info, call 794-8866 or visit www. albellafamiC AT S K I L L S C O N F I D E N T I A L

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lyrestaurant.com. Sullivan Country Dramatic Workshop presents “Godspell” at the Rivoli Theatre in South Fallsburg, at 8 p.m. Tickets are $22 for adults, $18 for seniors (60+), as well as students and military personnel/veterans. Call 436-5336 for details or email SCDWemail@aol.com.

July 11 Car Show and Swap Meet - sponsored by the Woodbourne Fire Department, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (rain date July 12). You must be present by noon to be judged. Preregistration $8, $10 day of show, spectators $5 (under 12 free). All proceeds from the car show to benefit Hope for Heroes. Preregistration $8, $10 day of show, spectators $5 (under 12 free) For info, call 798-8788. Art Walk and Chalk Walk, downtown Livingston Manor, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Join our local arts and craftsmen as they share their work on Main Street with you. Rain date is July 12. For more info, call 439-4325. Barryville River Road Fair, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., downtown Barryville - A quarter-mile of yard sales, antiques, art, crafts, jewelry, collectibles and more. Founder’s Day Street Fair, downtown Wurtsboro, from noon to 6 p.m. Join us for a family fun day with live music, quality vendors, great food, kids activities & much more! For info, visit www.wurtsboro.org. Lake Huntington Fire Co. Field Day & Parade. Parade kick-off is at noon from the Sullivan West High School. For info, call 932-8514. Concert: Def Leppard w/Styx and Tesla, at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, in Bethel; 5:30 p.m. doors open, showtime 7 p.m. $56.50, $89.50, $114, $148 Reserved; $36.50 Lawn; $116 Lawn 4 Pack. For info or tickets, call 583-2000, 800-745-3000 or visit bethelwoodscenter.org. Comedy Night at Sorella Pizzeria & Restaurant, in Kauneonga Lake, at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20 online or at the door. For info, call 1-800-838-3006 or visit www.thelaughtour.com. Performance: Mr. Choade’s Brilliant Surprise, at NACL Theatre, in Highland Lake, at 8:30 p.m. Book now for the a return engagement of the Lower East Side’s celebrated club for burlesque and variety, The Slipper Room. The Slipper Room returns to NACL for a 3rd season, selling out houses with their intelligent, funny, sexy, and visually stimulating nouveau burlesque and variety show for risk-taking adult audiences. $20 General admission; $20 under 30 yrs. of age. For info, call 557-0694 or visit www.nacl.org. History of the D&H Canal, at 10 a.m. Join naturalist and archaeology-enthusiast Gary Keeton for a walk through time. Meet at the DEC access road on Route 209 across from the Hometown Deli in Westbrookville. Contact Gary at 386-4892

for particulars. Sponsored by the Basha Kill Area Association, thebashakill.org. The Town of Neversink Parks and Rec Dept is sponsoring the 3rd Annual Community Yard Sale from 10 am to 3 pm at the Grahamsville Fairgrounds. Last year we sold 60 spots. The spots cost just $15 a piece. There are both new and used items. Free Admission Free Parking Something for everyone. Our website with a link for the vendors application is www.townofneversink.org. The Town Hall number is 9852262 ext.312. Sullivan Country Dramatic Workshop presents “Godspell” at the Rivoli Theatre in South Fallsburg, at 8 p.m. Tickets are $22 for adults, $18 for seniors (60+), as well as students and military personnel/veterans. Call 436-5336 for details or email SCDWemail@aol.com. The 11th annual penny social and bake sale will be held at the Cold Spring– Rileyville Presbyterian Church, in Rileyville, Pa. Doors open at noon, calling at 1 p.m. Prizes donated from many local businesses. Refreshments available. Proceeds benefit the church.

July 12 Weekend of Chamber Music (WCM) Summer Festival: Concert on the Lawn, at Jeffersonville Presbyterian Church, at 3 p.m. WCM presents music by Rosetti, Beethoven, Dylan & Ibert. For info, call 887-5803 or visit www.wmcconcerts.org. Suggested donation $20 per person. Sullivan Country Dramatic Workshop presents “Godspell” at the Rivoli Theatre in South Fallsburg, at 2 p.m. Tickets are $22 for adults, $18 for seniors (60+), as well as students and military personnel/veterans. Call 436-5336 for details or email SCDWemail@aol.com.

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The Goonies, at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, at 8:30 p.m. Relive the fantastic tale of The Goonies at Moonlit Movie Mondays on the Terrace Stage! Bring a blanket and some snacks, buy some popcorn, and dive into the treasure hunt while watching one of your favorite films. Tickets are $8 Adults (18+); $6 Members; $5 18 and under. For info, call 583-2000 or 800-745-3000 or visit bethelwoodscenter.org.

July 14 Stage Performance: “Oliver” at the Forestburgh Playhouse, at 8 p.m. Tues-Sat @ 7:30pm AND Wed @ 2pm, Sun @ 3pm. Call for ticket rates, 794-1194 or visit www. fbplayhouse.org.

July 15 Steve Schwartz and Jason Rosen, at Albella Restaurant, in Monticello, from 7 to 10 p.m. For info, call 794-8866 or visit www.albellafamily restaurant.com.

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