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Catskills Take One Free

Sullivan County’s Premier Visitors’ Information Resource

C O N F I D E N T I A L Volume 19 Number 8

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Fred Stabbert III Joseph Abraham Rosalie Mycka Liz Tucker Barbara Matos Susan Panella Lillian Ferber Petra Duffy Sue Owens

Catskills Confidential is published monthly May through September and in November, January and March by Catskill-Delaware Publications 845-887-5200 issuu.com/scdemocrat

ON THE COVER The advent of spring is heralded by certain heroic blooms that abound in our country setting. Come enjoy the return of warmth and the creative processes that the season inspires.

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hotspot for spring’s warm-up re you aware...? Harper’s Bazaar lines us at the No. 9 spot of the 20 Best Places to Travel in 2020 –– a place “destined to be an international hotspot by the end of the decade.” We’re an unconventional destination –– a place where you create your own rules, make your own fun, and have it your way whether it’s outdoor fun, arts and culture or our fresh and inventive Catskill-icious food and drink. Be on the lookout for New York’s March Syrup weekends – March 2122 and 28-29, 2020. During Maple Weekend(s) maple farms across New York State invite visitors to their sugar houses to experience firsthand how pure, mouth-watering maple syrup is made. We are home to some expectational sugar houses; Catskill Mountain Sugar House, Justus Asthalter Maple Syrup and Winterton Farms! On April 25, the 5K

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Sap Run will be held in Jeffersonville, NY! Keep your eyes peeled for upcoming events: May 2 is SUNY Sullivan’s Annual Kite Festival; April 25-26 Makers Market and Garden Party at The Arnold House and March 8 the Spring Reset - Health & Wellness Event will take place at YO1 Wellness Resort & Spa. The Tourism Industry is preparing to celebrate “Tourism Works for America” during National Travel and Tourism Week May 3-9; be on the lookout for our Annual Brochure Exchange and BBQ! Our peaceful serenity awaits you to create a pleasant interlude from the hustle and bustle of your everyday life.

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Catskill Art Society by Joseph Abraham

he Catskill Art Society (CAS) is a place you have to visit when taking a stroll in the wonderful hamlet of Livingston Manor. Located right on Manor’s Main Street, CAS offers a great place to see creative and captivating art. For more information, call 845-436-4227 or visit www.catskillartsociety.org. Here’s a look at their 2020 lineup!

Liza Phillips, Uncontained March 21 - May 2 Artist Talk: March 21, 3-4pm Opening Reception: March 21, 4-5pm

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Exhibition: Matthias Neumann June 27 - August 22 Artist Talk: June 27, 4-5pm Opening Reception: June 27, 5-6pm AT RIGHT: Suzanne

Joelson August 29 - October 25 Artist Talk: August 29, 4-5pm Opening Reception: August 29, 5-6pm

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Delaware Valley Arts Alliance by Joseph Abraham

creative indulgences R elish in the arts at the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance (DVAA), located on 37 Main Street in the gorgeous river hamlet of Narrowsburg, NY. They have an exciting 2020 season ahead (see dates below). For more info about the DVAA, call 845-2527576 or visit delawarevalleyartsalliance.org.

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Aug 22 - Sept 29 (Gallery exhibits) “Captivity” Thierry Gourjon in the Main Gallery. Sharon Molloy in the Loft Gallery. RIGHT:

September 25 - October 31 (Gallery exhibits) “Another Way of Looking at Love” Janelle Lynch in the Main Gallery. Peter Maslow in the Loft Gallery. BELOW:

May 2 - June 6 (Gallery exhibits) Nathaniel Leib in the Main Gallery “Tactile” curated by John Back in the Loft Gallery.

March 21 - April 25 (Gallery exhibits) Camille Laoang “Mandalas” in the Main Gallery, DVAA, 37 Main St, Narrowsburg. “Betty and Me” Kevin Gref and Elizabeth Harms in the Loft Gallery, DVAA, 37 Main St, 2nd floor, Narrowsburg. March 28 (Salon Series event) “Life in the Past Lane" with Jonathan Charles Fox, Krause Recital Hall, 37 Main St, 2nd floor, Narrowsburg. May 16 (Grants event) Sullivan Arts Grantee Award Showcase, Tusten Theatre, 210 Bridge St, Narrowsburg. June 13 - July 11 (Gallery exhibits) Richard B. Aakre in the Main Gallery “Tuning Scores for the Nervous System” by Kathleen Anderson in the Loft Gallery. July 18 - August 15 (Gallery exhibits) “All the Stories We Do Not Tell” Meghan Udell in the Main Gallery “Double Trouble” Michelle Weinberg in the Loft Gallery. July 26, 2020 Riverfest, Main Street, Narrowsburg August 14-16 (Gallery exhibit) “Art in Bloom and Verse” in Krause Recital Hall. October 2-4 Ninth Annual Big Eddy Film Festival (with a special October 1 pre-festival event at Bethel Woods).

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A Sullivan Renaissance volunteer waters the profusion of blooms on Pearl Street in the hamlet of Livingston Manor.

‘It’s great to live here’ ow often have we visited a place and thought, “It would be great to live here.” What gave us that impression or feeling? Was it the well-kept streets and public spaces? Maybe the variety of events and activities for a range of audiences. Could it have been the connection to nature; or the proximity to a big city? Was it diversity; a bustling main street; or stillness and quiet? Perhaps it was a palpable sense of connection, community pride and spirit. Sullivan County has all of this and so much more. We have historically been a place of healing. Our industries have been based in agriculture and tourism. In the next generation, when they speak about Sullivan County, they will also reflect on a community that is resilient, tenacious, made up of individuals who knew how to pull themselves up by their bootstraps; change agents who did not stand by idly, but rather took matters in their own hands to make things happen. That is the essence of Sullivan Renaissance. Since 2001, thousands of volunteers have championed

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hundreds of initiatives in all 15 towns and 6 villages of the county. What began as a gesture to spruce up and bring people together through the act of planting flowers, has become a grassroots movement. This movement unites efforts of volunteers, with investment by businesses, changes in policy by municipalities, and an allaround feeling that we can be, and are, a place people love to call home. As Sullivan Renaissance enters its 20th year, the impact has resulted in a profound sense of purpose. A connection to neighbors and places, and a renewed pride for Sullivan County is tangible to those who live, work, and visit. We are 20 years and growing strong. Be part of the movement. Dig In! For more information, visit www.sullivanrenaissance.org. Denise Frangipane, Executive Director, Sullivan Renaissance

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Warmer times are on the way. So take your meal outside to the patio. Last Licks recently renovated the inside to be more cafe style.

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where cravings are created ast Licks is no doubt a staple in the Village of Liberty. When owners Louis DiCostanzo and Jonathan Martinez took over at the end of 2017, they not only kept the tradition customers love, but also brought about many exciting changes. DiCostanzo and Martinez, who are brother-in-laws, renovated the whole place in 2019, making it more cafe style, and added a full kitchen, which now allows them to offer breakfast and hot items. Also, on the culinary side, Martinez has enhanced the freshness of ingredients used and increased the quality of meats. Last Licks uses Boars Head meat products, and aside from that, everything else is sourced locally and prepared in house. The duo work well together, with DiCostanzo handling business operations, while Martinez makes the magic happen in the kitchen. They also have a wealth of experience with food. DiCostanzo also owns Luigis Zeppole in Bethel, NY. You’ll often see them at local festivals and street fairs, and at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. Martinez is a U.S. Army combat veteran. Before entering the military, he spent several years in the bakery at

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Kutshers, working his way up the ladder. After returning from the military, he found comfort in the kitchen as he thrived on the intensity and pressure it presents. Before Last Licks, Martinez spent six years working at The Heron, a popular restaurant in Narrowsburg, NY. Martinez’s fiance and Louis’ sister, Meagan, is also very involved. “She’s a big help to me and the business,” Martinez said, adding that she assists in developing and researching their social media, and was the influence behind a number of their dishes.” At Last Licks, DiCostanzo and Martinez were adamant to keep the menu items customers love. For example, many of their sandwiches are named

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Many of Last Licks’ deli sandwiches are named after Sullivan County’s local towns and hamlets (see menuboard). If you’re looking for something hot, try the Chicken Cheese Steak (above) or find out what co-owner and chef Jonathan Martinez is whipping up in the kitchen. His chef special board always has a number of tasty options for you to consider like the roasted vegetables (below). Martinez often asks his staff for input on menu items to keep things fresh.

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LAST LICKS 89 Sullivan Avenue Ferndale, NY 12734 845-292-2992 Open Mon-Tues 7 a.m. - 4 p.m. Wed-Fri 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. SPRING 2020

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Warmer times are on the way. So take your meal outside to the patio. Last Licks recently renovated the inside to be more cafe style.

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where cravings are created ast Licks is no doubt a staple in the Village of Liberty. When owners Louis DiCostanzo and Jonathan Martinez took over at the end of 2017, they not only kept the tradition customers love, but also brought about many exciting changes. DiCostanzo and Martinez, who are brother-in-laws, renovated the whole place in 2019, making it more cafe style, and added a full kitchen, which now allows them to offer breakfast and hot items. Also, on the culinary side, Martinez has enhanced the freshness of ingredients used and increased the quality of meats. Last Licks uses Boars Head meat products, and aside from that, everything else is sourced locally and prepared in house. The duo work well together, with DiCostanzo handling business operations, while Martinez makes the magic happen in the kitchen. They also have a wealth of experience with food. DiCostanzo also owns Luigis Zeppole in Bethel, NY. You’ll often see them at local festivals and street fairs, and at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. Martinez is a U.S. Army combat veteran. Before entering the military, he spent several years in the bakery at

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Kutshers, working his way up the ladder. After returning from the military, he found comfort in the kitchen as he thrived on the intensity and pressure it presents. Before Last Licks, Martinez spent six years working at The Heron, a popular restaurant in Narrowsburg, NY. Martinez’s fiance and Louis’ sister, Meagan, is also very involved. “She’s a big help to me and the business,” Martinez said, adding that she assists in developing and researching their social media, and was the influence behind a number of their dishes.” At Last Licks, DiCostanzo and Martinez were adamant to keep the menu items customers love. For example, many of their sandwiches are named

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Many of Last Licks’ deli sandwiches are named after Sullivan County’s local towns and hamlets (see menuboard). If you’re looking for something hot, try the Chicken Cheese Steak (above) or find out what co-owner and chef Jonathan Martinez is whipping up in the kitchen. His chef special board always has a number of tasty options for you to consider like the roasted vegetables (below). Martinez often asks his staff for input on menu items to keep things fresh.

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LAST LICKS 89 Sullivan Avenue Ferndale, NY 12734 845-292-2992 Open Mon-Tues 7 a.m. - 4 p.m. Wed-Fri 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. SPRING 2020

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after surrounding hamlets. Martinez spent a large amount of time learning the essence of Last Licks, ensuring it remains what people love about it. Martinez has also added a bevy of tasty, new additions to the menu. So bring your appetite. You can never go wrong with one of their Reubens. The sweet and spicy roast beef is another favorite, as the sandwich features caramelized onions which are marinated for eight-to-12 hours. Martinez has also received rave reviews for his ‘El Cubano’ sandwich with roasted pork, ham, swiss cheese, pickles with mustard and garlic aioli, all served on a panini. In addition to their everyday menu, Martinez has a series of rotating specials based on what he feels inspired to make. One of these recent specials was a Pico De Gallo Burger! His homemade soups are another favorite among customers. Last year he made over 370 different varieties. So always check his chef special board. There’s also plenty for vegetarians as well. A popular go to has been Martinez’s Power Bowl, which features sauteed Blackened Spinach and a fried egg over easy. Last Licks also offers a number of salads and a tasty sandwich called the Bella Portobello –– a marinated porto-

Chef Jonathan Martinez gets rave reviews for his soups. Last year, he made 370 different kinds. bello mushroom, with an optional choice of cheese, spinach, tomato and onions with a garlic aioli on a Brioche Bun. Last Licks boasts a comfortable and relaxed vibe, even during the busy lunch rush. But no matter the crowds, Martinez and his friendly staff will make sure you’re taken care of. They pride themselves on their customer service, always going the extra mile. In the rare event a customer is unhappy, they always reach out and find out why. Locally, it’s no secret that Sullivan County’s health ranking is less than ideal –– the second worst in the state to be exact. Last Licks is doing their part to improve it. “I want to introduce people to healthier eating,” Martinez said, “and introduce our customer base to creativity and understanding quality of ingredients.” One of his favorite memories was when a child ordered his Italian Sausage and Kale soup. When the child heard the word Kale, they said, “That’s too healthy.” After trying it, they instantly loved it and ate the whole thing. Children are often hard to please. Changing people and especially children’s perspective on food is what Martinez loves most. “If people see how food is created and prepared, it changes their perception and they’re like, ‘wow that’s great.’” The Mediterranean Quinoa Salad Bowl is always a healthy option. Whatever you choose, stay awhile as Last Licks boasts a friendly atmosphere.

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Sunday, March 15

Annual Spring Pancake Breakfast 7 a.m. - 12 p.m. Buttermilk Pancakes, eggs, sausage, home fries, coffee and juice. Adults $7, Seniors $5, Children $4, under 5 free. Monticello Firehouse, 23 Richardson Ave., Monticello. Sullivan West Musical Production Club presents Shrek the Musical 2 p.m. Tickets: Adults, $10, Students $6, Seniors: Free. Sunday Special: Family 4 pack $24, Family 5 pack $30. Tickets available at the door or email sayersjen@swcsd.org. Sullivan West Auditorium, Lake Huntington.

Monday, March 16 The Marywood Jazz Ambassadors at The Cooperage 8 p.m., doors open at 7:30 p.m. A lively jazz performance by the Marywood University’s Jazz Ambassadors! This event is BYOB, donations accepted at the door. For info call (570) 253-2020 or email info@thecooperageproject.org. 1030 Main Street, Honesdale, PA.

Tuesday, March 17 Annual Potluck Luncheon 12 p.m. Members of the Community Garden Club of Liberty will share their favorite dishes at the Liberty Presbyterian Church on Main Street in Liberty. For info call Kathlyn McCormack at (945) 8031506.

Thursday, March 19 ‘The Celtic Blend Band’ 6 p.m. This musical group is sure to provide everyone with an evening of Irish delights! Free and open to the public. For info call 794-4660 or ebcpl.org. Ethelbert B. Crawford Public

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Library, 479 Broadway, Monticello. Astronomy Movie Night - Mercury and Venus: The Inner Planets 7 - 8:30 p.m. Catskills Astronomy Club will present an astronomy documentary film from the History Channel series “The Universe" entitled "Mercury and Venus: The Inner Planets”. Hosted by Catskills Astronomy Club and Mamakating Environmental Education & Interpretive Center, 762 South Rd., Wurtsboro. If the weather permits, stargazing will occur after the film using an astronomical telescope. Please call (845) 6445014 to register. Walk-ins are welcome if seating space permits. Alcoholics Anonymous 8 p.m. Every Thursday. St. Anthony's Church Hall, 25 Beaver Brook Rd., Yulan. For info call 234-4841 or visit sciaaa.com.

Friday, March 20 Matinee Movie 12 - 2 p.m. Something's Gotta Give (PG13-2003). Bring a brown bag lunch and enjoy the feature presentation while "dining". Coffee/tea provided. Mamakating Library, 128 Sullivan St., Wurtsboro. Call (845) 888-8004 to register. Drum Circle Celebrating Spring Equinox 6 -7 p.m. Feel the joy of drumming together as our ancestors did. Be inspired by ancient to modern percussion instruments from around the world. All levels are welcome. Drums not necessary; you may bring one if you have it. Led by world-renowned Fre Atlast, a multi-instrumental performer, resident teaching artist, composer, producer, foley artist, and community activist. Currently President of the Board/ founding member of the Rosendale Theatre Collective, Fre Atlast has introduced her programs in many schools, prisons, nursing homes, community centers, colleges, festivals, conferences, and private gatherings. Please register as space is limited to 30 participants. Cost is $20 each. Please register. Call director Jackie Broder, 644-5014. The Mamakating Environmental Education & Interpretive Center is at 762 South Road, Wurtsboro. Shadowland Cinema at Shadowland Stages 7 p.m. Friday Evening Classic Film Series: The Phantom Of The Opera, Jungle Belles, We Faw Down. Tickets: $10. 157 Canal St., Ellenville. For info shadowlandstages.org or 647-5511. Alcoholics Anonymous 7:30 p.m. Every Friday. Community Church Hall, 134 Sullivan St., SPRING 2020


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Woodbourne. For info call 234-4841 or visit scia-aa.com.

Saturday, March 21 Grahamsville United Methodist Church Thrift Sale 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Grahamsville United Methodist Church, 356 Main St., Grahamsville. Frost Valley YMCA Free Maple Sugaring Open House 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Sat. and Sun. Have you ever wondered how maple syrup is made? Frost Valley YMCA announces Open Houses for individuals and families to tour its maple sugaring operation and learn all about how pure maple syrup is made. Learn how to identify a sugar maple tree, how sap is collected, and how that sap is turned into maple syrup. Families are encouraged to visit Frost Valley’s Maple Sugar House, which sits one mile east of the main entrance during one of the Open Houses. The main entrance, marked by prominent signage, is located at 2000 Frost Valley Road in Claryville. For info call 985-2291 ext. 217. Basha Kill Nature Club 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. March topic: Wildlife Tracking. Hands-on learning fun designed to accommodate youth of all ages. Learn about wetland wildlife, water and weather through handson exploration of the Basha Kill wetlands. Call 888-8004 for info. Mamakating Library, 128 Sullivan St., Wurtsboro. 4th Annual Maple Open House 12 - 5 p.m. Free event open to the public. Visit our Sap house & watch Adam & crew make delicious SPRING 2020

Maple Syrup. Enjoy Maple Syrup with pancakes & sausage cooked fresh by Chef Ross & family. Dress for outdoor activities please. Diehl Homestead Farm, 93 Diehl Road, Callicoon. Jeffersonville Saint Patrick’s Day Parade 1 - 2 p.m. Line up at Noon, parade starts at 1 p.m. Stay tuned for more information as it becomes available! Main St., Jeffersonville. Protecting Your Personal Information Online 1:30 p.m. How is your personal information used in the digital world? What's the big deal about cookies? Do you really need to have so many passwords? How can you recognize potential threats? What can you do to protect yourself online? Find answers to these questions and more. Call 888-8004 to register. Mamakating Library, 128 Sullivan St., Wurtsboro. Liza Phillips at the Laundry King Artists Talk and Opening Reception 3 p.m. Uncontained a solo exhibition from Liza Phillips at the Laundry King at 65 Main St, Livingston Manor. Refreshments will be served and admission is free and open to the public. The exhibitions will be on view March 21 – May 2.

Sunday, March 22 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 985-7270 for info. SPCA Pet Pictures with The Easter Bunny 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. All pets and family members are C AT S K I L L S C O N F I D E N T I A L

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invited. The price is $15 and pictures will only be available online. All proceeds benefit the Sullivan County SPCA. We are an independent, not-for-profit 501(c)3 shelter that is not affiliated with nor receives funding from any animal welfare organizations or governments. We rely totally on private donations. Professional photography will be provided by 3R Studios, Patricio Robayo. For info please contact the shelter at 796-3120. Held at the Rock Hill Fire House, Glen Wild Road, Rock Hill. The Delaware in the American Revolution 2 p.m. Members: FREE, non-members: $5. Frank Salvati, a specialist in northeast colonial history, has been speaking on Native American related topics since 1990. He will discuss the Delaware’s part in the “frontier war”. At the outbreak of the American Revolution, the Delaware Native Americans desperately tried to stay out of the conflict, but eventually proAmerican and pro-British factions emerged. Time and the Valleys Museum, 332 Main St., Grahamsville. Info at timeandthevalleymuseum.org. RiverVibes Presents: The Black Feathers at The Cooperage 4:30 p.m., doors open at 4 p.m. Tickets: $20 advance, $25 at the door. Buy tickets online at thecooperageproject.org. This event is BYOB. For info call (845) 2526783 or email rivervibes@thecooperageproject.org.

Monday, March 23 ‘Sullivan County Poet Laureate’ 6 - 7:45 p.m. Mark Blackford joins the E.B. Crawford Writers’ Group to assist in exploring what he calls “the weight in the moment” and what it is, where it is found and what it means to show it in writing. In addition, Mark will share his own work and provide writing prompts to help all of us begin to feel the weight that lives within each moment of our lives. Free and open to the public. For info call 7944660. Link: ebcpl.org. Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library, 479 Broadway in Monticello.

Tuesday, March 24 WSPL Storytime 10:30 a.m. Join us for an hour of fun filled storytime. We'll read together, sing songs, learn age-old rhymes, participate in felt board type activities, craft and play with our friends! For ages 2-5, but all are welcome. Tusten-Cochecton Branch of the WSPL. Register online at WSPLonline.org.

Wednesday, March 25 Alcoholics Anonymous 6:30 p.m. Every Wednesday. St. James Episcopal Church, 7 Mountain View Dr., Callicoon. For info call 234-4841 or visit scia-aa.com. WJFF Movies & Music Presents ‘Stop Making Sense’ 7 p.m. Stop Making Sense Directed by 22

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Thursday, March 26 ‘Secrets of the Paranormal’ with author Sasha Graham 6 p.m. Join tarot author and tarot deck creator Sasha Graham for an intimate evening: discover your personal psychic superpower, learn the difference between psychic ability & intuition, spiritualism and séance and why Tarot & Astrology readings work. Free and open to the public. For info call 794-4660 or ebcpl.org. Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library, 479 Broadway, Monticello. Medicare 101 6 p.m. Get your Medicare-related questions answered. Licensed Agent Jim Farnham returns with this popular program to explain all aspects of Medicare. Free seminar part of our “Get It Done” series. Call 888-8004 for info. Mamakating Library, 128 Sullivan St., Wurtsboro. Fantastic Fungi Day! 7:30 p.m. Simulcast with Director Louis Schwartzberg & renowned Mycologist Paul Stamets. Fantastic Fungi Day is bringing the fungi kingdom and all of its inspiration and beauty above ground for a one-of-a-kind immersive consciousness-shifting screening event that will interconnect global communities as we mirror the wisdom of the underground mycelium network and connect with one another. Cost: $15. Hurleyville Arts Centre, 219 Main St, Hurleyville. Get tickets now at hurleyvilleartscentre.org.

Friday, March 27 Shadowland Cinema at Shadowland Stages 7 p.m. Friday Evening Classic Film Series: Life With Father, Strife With Father, So, You Want To Be In Pictures. Tickets: $10. 157 Canal St., Ellenville. For info shadowlandstages.org or 647-5511.

Saturday, March 28 Winter Waterfowl Walk 8 a.m. Meet walk leader John Haas at the Haven Road Parking Lot DEC parking lot (on left coming from Route 209). Bring binoculars and a scope if you have one. An array of early ducks, geese and mergansers. Then travel to DEC Boat Launch on South Road, Wurtsboro, to see additional species. Boots may be of help in this area. The event lasts about 2 hours. Visit to Mamakating Environmental Center included. To register and/or for more info, contact John at 888-0240. Info: facebook.com/thebashakill.org. SPRING 2020


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Maple Sugaring Frost Valley YMCA Free Maple Sugaring Open House 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Sat. and Sun. Have you ever wondered how maple syrup is made? Frost Valley YMCA announces Open Houses for individuals and families to tour its maple sugaring operation and learn all about how pure maple syrup is made. Learn how to identify a sugar maple tree, how sap is collected, and how that sap is turned into maple syrup. Families are encouraged to visit Frost Valley’s Maple Sugar House, which sits one mile east of the main entrance during one of the Open Houses. The main entrance, marked by prominent signage, is located at 2000 Frost Valley Road in Claryville. For info call 985-2291 ext. 217. Penny Social at Lake Huntington Presbyterian Church Doors open 11:30 a.m., calling 12:30 p.m. Hot dogs and sauerkraut, soda, chips, and water available for purchase. Sponsored by the Ladies Aid. 2nd Annual PJYFL Designer Bag Bingo w/DJ Rock A Fuller 1- 4 p.m. Join the PJYFL and DJ Rock A Fuller for Designer Bag Bingo & Tricky Tray at the VFW Post 161, 47-51 Owen St., Port Jervis. Doors open at 11 a.m., calling starts at 1 p.m. Bingo cards are $45 per person with at least 10 great handbags to win. Day ends with a 50/50. Raffle prizes! Refreshments are available. Cash Bar. Pre-register with Charlotte (845) 741-6760. Bring your friends and pre-register and we will RESERVE your table. Pre-registration not required to attend. 2020 Winter Salon Series 2 p.m. “Life in the Past Lane” with Jonathan Charles Fox and his sidekick Dharma the Wonder Dog. Free event. DVAA, 37 Main St., Narrowsburg. More info available by calling 252-7576 or visit delawarevalleyartsalliance.org. SPRING 2020

Neversink FD & Grahamsville FD Annual Spring Breakfast 7 a.m. - 12 p.m. Adults $8, Kids 6-12 $5, Kids under 5 Free. Takeout available $8. Neversink Firehouse, 7486 ST RT 55, Neversink. Meet the Artist Reception WOW: Water on Water Catalogue 1 to 3 p.m. FREE. Join us as we welcome many of the artists and contributors featured in the WOW: Water on Water catalogue, who will speak about their work. Catalogues will be available for signing and sale, $8 for members and $10 non members. Refreshments will be served and viewing of the artist’s work in the second 50/50 silent auction. Time and the Valleys Museum, 332 Main St., Grahamsville. Info at timeandthevalleymuseum.org.

Tuesday, March 31 Caesar’s Extravaganza Luncheon Starring Anthony Duke Claus 2 - 5 p.m. Enjoy Our Famous Caesar’s Extravaganza Luncheon, a seven-course banquet fit for a king! Afterward, enjoy a matinee show starring Anthony Duke Claus, an up and coming sensational singing star entertaining you with popular standards, Broadway tunes, and modern classics. Cost $49. Villa Roma Resort & Conference Center, 356 Villa Roma Rd., Callicoon. For reservations or info visit villaroma.com. Alcoholics Anonymous 6 p.m. Every Tuesday. Ted Stroebele Center, 10 Jefferson St., Monticello. For info call 234-4841 or visit sciaaa.com.

Thursday, April 2 Resorts World Catskills DoubleTop Bar & Grill, Karaoke Night. 7 - 10 p.m. Come unleash your inner rockstar at Doubletop Bar & Grill with karaoke every Thursday. Must be 21 or over. 888 Resorts World Drive, Monticello. Call 1-833-586-9358 for info and reservations.

Saturday, April 4 3rd Annual Easter Egg Hunt 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Free event for children ages 0-14. All are welcome to join us in the days festivities. This year there will be over fifteen thousand eggs for the children to find. Enjoy egg dying, a DJ, basket raffles, bake sale, refreshments, and much more. Let’s not forget a special guest appearance from the Easter Bunny! Rock Hill Fire House, 61 Glen Wild Road, Rock Hill. Rain date of April 5.

Sunday, April 5 Callicoon Kiwanis Club Pancake Breakfast 7 a.m. - 12 p.m. Adults $8, Child 6-12 $4, Under 5 Free. Benefitting the youth of the Callicoon area. Delaware Youth Center, Callicoon. C AT S K I L L S C O N F I D E N T I A L

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Tuesday, April 7 Grahamsville United Methodist Church Thrift Sales & Luncheon 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Thrift Sale until noon. Lunch starts at 11 a.m. Grahamsville United Methodist Church, 356 Main St., Grahamsville.

Saturday, April 11 The Met: Live in HD at SUNY Sullivan 12:55 p.m. Tosca. Adults $20; Students with valid I.D. $10. Seelig Theatre, SUNY Sullivan, 112 College Rd., Loch Sheldrake. For info call 434-5750. The Arnold House Comedy Night 8 p.m. The Laugh Tour brings live stand-up comedy to The Arnold House featuring comedians from The Tonight Show, The Late Show, Conan, The View, Comedy Central, HBO, Saturday Night Live, LOGO and more! Tickets: $ 20 available at the door. Call 4395070 to reserve your ticket and/or dinner reservations. 839 Shandelee Rd, Livingston Manor.

Saturday, April 18 Nature Watch at the Basha Kill 10 a.m. 4 p.m. Sat. and Sun. Join trained Nature Watch Volunteers at DEC boat launch, across from Bashakill Vineyards, 1131 South Road, Wurtsboro, to learn more about the many residents of the amazing Basha Kill wetland. View the nesting bald eagles and other birds. Equipped with two powerful spotting scopes and lots of information, the volunteers will help you get to know the Basha Kill a little better. Bring your children, other family members and friends of all ages for some fun in the outdoors! From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday between April 18 and June 28. Call Kevin Keller at 434-6209 or Maryallison Farley at 888-0261 for info. Info: facebook.com/thebashakill.org.

Tuesday, April 21 Grahamsville United Methodist Church Thrift Sales & Luncheon 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Thrift Sale until noon. Lunch starts at 11 a.m. Grahamsville United Methodist Church, 356 Main St., Grahamsville.

Saturday, April 25 Grahamsville United Methodist Church Thrift Sale 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Grahamsville United Methodist Church, 356 Main St., Grahamsville. Nature Watch at the Basha Kill See April 18 for details. “Come Dance with Me” Show & Dance 7 - 10 p.m. Brought to you by the JEMS Group and the Jeffersonville Bake Shop. Come out for a great night of entertainment with Al Russo, one of the best Frank Sinatra Impersonators you will ever get to 24

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Sunday, April 26 Birding for Beginners with Scott Graber 8 a.m. Experience the variety of birdlife that inhabits the scenic Basha Kill area with naturalist Scott Graber. This walk will focus on basic identification of birds by sight and sound. If you’re new to birding or have always wondered what birds exist beyond your backyard, this is the field trip for you! Binoculars are required. Wear sturdy walking shoes. Meet at the Haven Road DEC parking lot (on left coming from Rt. 209). Visit to Mamakating Environmental Center included. Call Scott to register and/or for info at 914-799-1313. Info: facebook.com/thebashakill.org. The Great Covered Bridges of the Mid-Hudson Region 2 p.m. Members: FREE, nonmembers: $5. Sullivan and Ulster Counties stand at the forefront of New York State's covered bridge history, and Sullivan County can claim the first covered timber bridge built in the state! Several of New York's most significant covered bridges still stand in the Hudson Valley today. Ronald Knapp, the co-author of America's Covered Bridges: Practical Crossings--Nostalgic Icons, will connect our covered bridges with the national history of nineteenth century covered bridges. Books will be available for signing and sale. Time and the Valleys Museum, 332 Main St., Grahamsville. Info at timeandthevalleymuseum.org. Bethel Woods P.LA.Y.: The Classics Series 3 p.m., doors open 2 p.m. An Afternoon of Choral Artistry featuring Young People’s Chorus of New York City. Held in the Event Gallery, presented in collaboration with Shandelee Music Festival. 200 Hurd Road Bethel. Info at BethelWoodsCenter.org.

Tuesday, April 28 Motown Tribute Starring Soul City 2 - 5 p.m. Soul City brings you the very best renditions of Motown stars like the Temptations, the 4 Tops, Smokey Robinson, and so many more. A rocking good time! Cost $49. Villa Roma Resort & Conference Center, 356 Villa Roma Rd., Callicoon. For reservations or info visit villaroma.com.

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way, was America's first million-dollar private enterprise. What did the canal mean for those in our area? Bring binoculars and insect repellent. Meet at DEC access road on Route 209 across from Our Hometown Deli in Westbrookville. Bring binoculars. Contact Gary at 649-5887. Info: facebook.com/thebashakill.org. Hikes for Seniors 2 p.m. Members: FREE, non-members: $5. Lisa Lyons from Morgan Outdoors in Livingston Manor, will give a talk on hiking for seniors, including identifying the best hiking places, hiking safety and more. Includes a short guided walk immediately after the program. Time and the Valleys Museum, 332 Main St., Grahamsville. Info at timeandthevalleymuseum.org.

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Saturday, May 2 Spring Migration Warbler Walk with John Haas 8 a.m. See an array of spring migrants including warblers, orioles, and grosbeaks. Meet at the first Haven Road parking area on the right when traveling from South Road, Wurtsboro. Bring binoculars. Travel to the DEC Boat Launch, across from Bashakill Vineyards, 1131 South Road, Wurtsboro. Visit to Mamakating Environmental Center included. To register and/or for more information, contact John at 8880240. Walk will last at least 2 hrs. Info: facebook.com/thebashakill.org. Nature Watch at the Basha Kill See April 18 for details. Designer Purse Bingo 1 - 5 p.m. Feeling Lucky? Kick off your Spring season by joining us at the Delaware Youth Center or a laughter filled day! Winning a Michael Kors, Coach, Dooney & Bourke or Kate Spade handbag would be a sweet treat just before Mothers Day! A chance to WIN a designer handbag with each Bingo game! Ticket includes Admission and approx. 10-15 Bingo Cards w/dabber to play. Tickets are $35 in advanced or $40 at the door. This event is BYOB! For tickets call Tanyia at (570)7602687 or email events.callicoon@gmail.com. Bring your friends and enjoy this fun afternoon presented by The Callicoon Business Association!

Sunday, May 3 History of D&H Canal with Gary Keeton 10 a.m. Join Basha Kill naturalist Gary Keeton for a walk through time. The Delaware & Hudson Canal, a 108-mile, 108-lock waterSPRING 2020

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Thursday, May 7 Resorts World Catskills DoubleTop Bar & Grill, Karaoke Night. 7 - 10 p.m. Come unleash your inner rockstar at Doubletop Bar & Grill with karaoke every Thursday. Must be 21 or over. 888 Resorts World Drive, Monticello. Call 1-833-586-9358 for info and reservations.

Friday, May 8 Moonlight Walk with Gary Keeton 9 p.m. Enjoy moonrise over the Shawangunk Ridge and see its beams reflected in the peaceful waters of the Basha Kill as you discuss the areaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s natural history. Meet at the Haven Road DEC parking lot (on left coming from Route 209). Call 649-5887 for info or facebook.com/thebashakill.org.

Saturday, May 9 8th Annual Allyson Whitney 5K at Kauneonga Lake Registration 8 - 9:45 a.m. The Allyson Whitney Run for Love 5k Event is THE EVENT where you run or walk in memory or in honor of YOUR loved one. All Cancers Matter even rare ones. For advanced registration and info visit runsignup.com/Race/NY/KauneongaLake/All ysonWhitneyRunForLove5k. Nature Watch at the Basha Kill See April 18 for details. The Met: Live in HD at SUNY Sullivan 12:55 p.m. Maria Stuarda. Adults $20; Students with valid I.D. $10. Seelig Theatre, SUNY Sullivan, 112 College Rd., Loch Sheldrake. For info call 434-5750. C AT S K I L L S C O N F I D E N T I A L 2 5


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yond the public venues as Sneak Peek Sullivan Catskills opens the doors to some fantastic spots that are little-known treasures in Sullivan County. There’s good reason we’re home to celebrities, accomplished professionals and notable figures who cherish seclusion! The weekend of May 16 and 17, 2020, visit places you’ve never been before, and some you will see in a new light. Take a special journey behind the scenes to the archives of a world-famous photographer or a mansion that entertained cardinals and bishops in the 1900s. The Sullivan Catskills Visitors Association, along with the Sullivan County Division of Planning, Sullivan County Chamber of Commerce, and Sullivan Renaissance, is sponsoring this free event that is most certainly open to the public! Details, a handy “Passport” and a map will be published in a handy pull-out “Passport” section of the Sullivan County Democrat (www.issuu.com/scdemocrat) in May. Your vision of Sullivan County will be 20/20 when Sneak Peek Sullivan Catskills opens your eyes to some of the most charming and interesting places you’ve ever seen! Make sure not to miss it!

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Get ready for Spring in the Catskills in our latest issue!

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