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GO, STAY, DINE A special section of the Sullivan County Democrat

Summer 2013

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OUTDOOR RECREATION • GOLF • DINING • LODGING ART GALLERIES • ANTIQUES • GIFTS & SHOPPING 1940s MOVIE THEATER • BOWLING ALLEY FARMERS’ MARKET • WILDLIFE • FESTIVALS

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Great Events All Year Long Callicoon Flea Market

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CATSKILL-DELAWARE PUBLICATIONS, INC.

Welcome Dear Readers, The Sullivan County Democrat would like to welcome you to our nineteenth edition of “Where to Go, Where to Stay, Where to Dine.” We hope you use this handy 56-page guide as your ticket for summer fun in Sullivan County. And what a summer we have planned for you! From street fairs to fireworks, concerts to the Little Worlds Fair, Sullivan County has never had more events on tap than this year. Check out our handy summer calendar, which begins on page 27. Also, throughout this publication you will find stories about some of the more popular summer venues like Bethel Woods, The Forestburgh Playhouse and the Delaware Valley Opera. And as our cover shows, Sullivan County is really a sportsmen’s paradise. We have camping, boating, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, biking, hiking, floating, swimming, running, walking, zip lining, segwaying, water skiing, jet skiing, rock climbing, exploring, sightseeing and historical adventures, to name a few. If you haven’t explored Sullivan County’s great outdoors, now is your time. The Delaware, Neversink, Beaverkill and Willowemoc rivers all run through it, with some of the best fly fishing stretches in the entire United States. And there are reservoirs and lakes galore to suit any water lover’s needs, with plenty of bass, perch, pickerel and panfish. So keep “Where to Go” in your car as you travel around the county to make sure you don’t miss a beat. Best of all, all of our advertisers stand ready to prepare your favorite meal, help you with your purchase and answer your questions. Sullivan County is truly “customer friendly” and it shows. Stop by one of our many advertisers and please don’t forget to say “Where to Go, Stay & Dine” sent you.

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Very truly yours,

Fred Stabbert III Publisher Sullivan County Democrat

Publisher Frederick W. Stabbert III • Senior Editor Dan Hust • Editor Frank Rizzo • Editorial Assistants Jeanne Sager, Kaitlin Carney Kathy Daley, Eli Ruiz • Advertising Director Liz Tucker • Advertising Coordinator Sandy Schrader • Advertising Representatives Katie Peake, Cecile Lamy • Marketing Director Laura Stabbert • Telemarketing Coordinator Michelle Reynolds • Classifieds & Circulation Janet Will, Linda Anderson • Production Associates Sue Conklin, Ruth Huggler, Tracy Swendsen, Rosalie Mycka, Jacob Stein, Elizabeth Finnegan, Petra Duffy • Business Manager Sue Owens • Business Department Patricia Biedinger, Jasmine Rivera • Distribution Richard Conroy

Where To Go, Stay & Dine Published by Catskill-Delaware Publications, Inc. Publishers of the Sullivan County Democrat (845) 887-5200 Callicoon, N.Y. 12723 June 28, 2013 Vol. CXXIII, No. 3


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he Delaware Valley Opera (DVO) announces its 2013 Season: Mischievous, Magnificant Mozart! The DVO’s 2013 summer offerings will explore the comic side of Mozart’s operas with three productions: “Mostly Figaro”, a performance of comic scenes; “The Impresario”, and “Abduction from the Seraglio.” The season will begin with the launching of “Opera ADVANTAGE” – a two-week summer intensive program for singers and collaborative pianists in partnership with the New York Opera Studio. Singers and pianists will study music, diction, and performance practices, culminating in performance sof comic scenes from “The Marriage of Figaro” and other Mozart operas. “The Impresario” is a story about the trials of an opera general manager as he begins auditions for his next season – as hilarious and timely as it was when Mozart wrote it! The DVO version of Mozart’s comic one-act opera, sung in English and set in modern time, will not only include Mozart’s two rivaling divas but many other ambitious singers looking for positions in the opera company. This hilarious and stunning little piece will delight and entertain audiences of all ages. “Abduction From the Seraglio” will crown the season. Mozart’s charming story of a man’s attempt to rescue his beloved from a Turkish harem, contains some of Mozart’s most sparkling and poignant music. It is a colorful adventure in a foreign land with spectacular vocal challenges. In addition to the summer season the DVO and Bethel Woods Center for the Arts will again join forces by offering the Youth Opera Experience – a two-week summer program for children (ages 8 - 14). Parficipants will explore costume and set and prop design, advertising, marketing, composing, singing, dancing, and performing Victor Herbert’s “Babes in Toyland.” The DVO will again partner with the Northern Dutchess Sumphony Orchestra with Verdi’s “La Traviata”. The DVO will celebrate the holiday season with a family production at Bethel Woods Center for the Performing Arts and throughout the community. July 11 & 13 - Opera ADVANTAGE Summer Program for Singers and Pianists at SUNY Sullivan (Opera Concert 7/11; Songs Concert 7/13) July 20 & 21 - “Mostly Figaro” (SUNY Sullivan 7/20 and Tusten Theater 7/21) August 2 - 4 - “Impresario” at Tusten Theater in English August 3 - “Babes in Toyland” with Youth Opera Experience at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts August 16 - 25 & September 15 - “Abduction from the Seraglio” (SUNY Sullivan 8/17; Wallenpaupack H.S. 8/18; Tusten Theater 8/16, 23 - 25; Mongtomery 9/15) October 20 - “La Traviata” with Northern Dutchess Symphony Orchestra (Rhinebeck H.S. Theater) December: Family opera at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts For detailed information, visit www.delawarevalley opera.org.


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FINE DINING Your Guide To

Treat yourself to a Great Meal Out

See pages 10 - 18

Fine Italian Cuisine

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Featuring our own, Callicoon Country Lager

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Sullivan County’s 1st Brewpub

Deli-Style Sandwiches 2 Texas Wieners 2 Full Bar 2 Growlers to go!


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Your Hosts Bill & Bob Sipos Call for info & Reservations

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Danny’s Serving Lunch & Dinner Sandwiches, Burgers, Steaks, Pastas, Seafood, Pizza Reserve Our Banquet Room For Special Events

~ Look for our Daily Specials ~ Sullivan Street Wurtsboro, NY

(845) 888-2000

Custard’s Last Stand Soft Ice Cream, Shakes, Sundaes

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The 5K Callicoon River Run is a flat, out-and-back course along the scenic Upper Delaware River. It will take place on Sunday, July 21 beginning at 8 a.m.

Serving Lunch Hot Dogs, Chili Dogs, Burgers, Fries 888-4761 Wurtsboro, NY

Indoor & Outdoor Lakeside Dining

Peppino ’s OPEN DAILY

FAMILY RESTAURANT & PIZZERIA 31 Main Street, Callicoon, NY 12723

DELICIOUS ITALIAN CUISINE

Gift Certificates Available

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Dutch’s Tavern & Cafe Serving Incredible Food for Lunch & Dinner

Eat In or Take Out

Open 7 Days

“Kitchen is Always Open Late Night”

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Dutch’s Tavern & Cafe Rt. 17, Exit 109 Rock Hill, NY

845-794-8950

Daily Specials

Proudly Serving Our Community for 27 Years

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The 20th Annual July 4th Street Fair and Parade will take place on North & South Main Streets in the Village of Liberty. Streets will be closed for the day as 100 vendors set up from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. Entertainment includes the Carl Richards Band, car show at 10:30 and parade at noon. Call 292-9797 for info.

3095 Hancock Hwy., Equinunk, PA 18417 Phone: 570-224-6636 Fax: 570-224-6690 Hunting & Fishing Licenses and Supplies Hunting Knives Breakfast Sandwiches Hoagies, Hot Specials, Fresh Coffee Daily!

Cordaro’s Family Restaurant,

Country Café and Pizzeria

Lounge and Banquet Room

“Home Style Cooking with an Italian Touch”

186 Grandview Ave. • Rt. 6 East Honesdale, PA 18431

Senior Citizen Menu $8.95 All Day Every Day • Breakfast All Day • Early Bird • Full Gluten Free Menu • Menu $7.99 Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

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7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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Mouthwatering dinner specials served 4-10 pm, that will delight your palate

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(570) 253-3713

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NEW LOCATION 641 Route 739, Lords Valley, PA (570) 257-0444 CPIR-124368

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Angelo’s Kitchen Italian American Food “Daily Specials” • Open 6:30 am

Catering for All Occasions

238 Rock Hill Drive Rock Hill, NY

TONI’s

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BREAKFAST Eggs, Egg Sandwiches, Omelets, Pancakes, Assorted Muffins LUNCH Hot & Cold Sandwiches, Burgers, Wraps, Wings, Hot Pasta Dishes, Delicious Homemade Salad

Bethel Woods Events for 2013 7:30 PM HEART and Jason Bonham's LED ZEPPELIN Experience Pavilion Stage $21.50 Lawn; $37.50; $47.50; $62.50; $88.00; and $112.50 Reserved

TUE, JUL. 2

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7:00 PM Dave Matthews Band with special guest Fitz and the Tantrums Pavilion Stage $47.00 Lawn; $87.00 Reserved

Open Mon-Sat 11-10PM • Sun 12-9PM

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FRI, JUL. 12 7:00 PM Big Time Rush & Victoria Justice with special guest Olivia Somerlyn & Jackson Guthy Pavilion Stage $36.50, $59.50, $81.50, $89.50 and $111.50 Reserved; $29.50 Lawn; $95.00 Lawn 4-Pack

SAT, JUL. 13

LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS

7:00 PM Searching for Sugar Man 2013 Film Series Community/Education $8.00 regular admission; $6.00 members; $5.00 children 3-12; 2 and under free

FRI, JUL. 19

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8:00 PM Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons Pavilion Only Pavilion Stage SOLD OUT!

SAT, JUL. 20 11:00 AM The Wiz The Rock & Motown Musical Community/Education $10.00 per person

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8:00 PM Natalie Merchant with The Hudson Valley Philharmonic Randall Craig Fleischer, conductor Pavilion Stage $19.50, $39.50, $49.00, $65.00, $79.50 Reserved

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8:00 PM Allen Yueh, solo piano Presented in Collaboration with Shandelee Music Festival Event Gallery $25.00 Reserved; $10.00 Students 17 and under

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“The Nugget” Restaurant-N-Pub

The Eagles Nest

Live UNDER Music NEW Fri. & MANAGEMENT Sat.

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OPEN 7 DAYS 11:30 ‘TIL ?

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THU, JUL. 25 8:00 PM EAGLES - Pavilion Stage SOLD OUT!

FRI, JUL. 26 7:00 PM Tim McGraw with Brantley Gilbert, Love and Theft Pavilion Stage $36.00 Lawn; $81.25 Reserved

SAT, JUL. 27 7:00 PM Bad Company and Lynyrd Skynyrd special guest Black Stone Cherry Pavilion Stage $30.00 Lawn; $50.00, $82.50, $100.50, $139.50 Reserved

SUN, JUL. 28 11:00 AM 2013 Family Day $5.00/person

SUN, JUL. 28 3:00 PM Claudia Hu, piano, Helen Shen, piano, Doris Lee, piano - in Collaboration with Shandelee Music Event Gallery $25.00 Res; $10.00 Students 17 and under

Food & Drinks

SAT, AUG. 3

Open 7 Days All Year Ourdoor Patio on Golf Course with beautiful views 182 Rockland Road | Roscoe, NY 12776

607-498-4130

11:00 AM Babes in Toyland A one-act operetta with music by Victor Herbert, Adapted by Mark A. RobinsonCommunity/Education $5.00/person

THU, AUG. 8 7:30 PM George Thorogood & The Destroyers & Buddy Guy with special guest The James Hunter Six Pavilion Stage $91.00; $71.00; $51.00 and $36.00 Reserved

SAT, AUG. 10

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11:00 AM All That Jazz! Community/Education $5.00 per person

SAT, AUG. 10 7:00 PM Alice's Restaurant 2013 Film SeriesCommunity/Education $8.00 regular adm.; $6.00 members; $5.00 children 3-12; 2 and under free

SUN, AUG. 11 7:30 PM Blake Shelton with Easton Corbin, Jana Kramer Pavilion Stage $35.50 Lawn; $118.00 Lawn 4-Pack and $75.75 Reserved

Distinctive Italian Cuisine Lunch & Dinner

THU, AUG. 15 7:30 PM Cheech & Chong: Live In Concert! "Up In Smoke Tour" w/ WAR, Tower of Power Pavilion Stage $79.50, $65.00, $49.00, $35.00, $18.50 Reserved CONTINUED ON PAGE 20

Serving Pasta, Veal, Chicken, Seafood & Steaks

EVERYDAY SPECIAL 2 Large Pies $17.99 Toppings Extra

ALSO THE FINEST PIZZA

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607.498.4702

Try Our

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Open Daily • 11AM - 11PM Exit 94, Stewart Ave., Roscoe, NY

Create Your Own

Mild, Medium, Hot, Thermo, BBQ, Teriyaki, Lemon Pepper, Honey Mustard or Ranch

Only $7.00/dozen boneless wings available pricing does not include sales tax


Memorial Day thru Labor Day Seasonal Sites Available Mother’s Day to Colulmbus Day

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Sunshine Cottage

Great places to

STAY & CAMP in our area

Sunshine Cottage and Pottery Bed and Breakfast

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Find a ray of sunshine at the end of your journey in our DELUXE COUNTRY SUITE with private bath & whirlpool tub for two. Shop our Pottery Studio for a unique gift. Only 10 min. from Bethel Woods.

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Historic Circa 1840 Tavern

LODGING PUB FOOD • FULL BAR • Catered Parties • Outside Deck • Live Music

4 Quaint Victorian Style Bedrooms

– Daily Specials –

Narrowsburg Inn 182 Bridge Street, Narrowsburg, NY 12764 • 845.252.3998

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Wednesday Nights – $5 Wings • Thursday Nights – $1 Make Your Own Taco DJ – Every Friday Night • Band – Every Saturday Night

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Landers River Trips Raft • Kayak • Canoe • Camp

Narrowsburg, NY Riverfront Camping Group Discounts

CONTINUED FROM PAGE 18

FRI, AUG. 16 8:00 PM Yo-Yo Ma Stuart Duncan, Edgar Meyer, Chris Thile with guest vocalist Aoife O'Donovan Pavilion Stage $35.00, $49.50, $69.00, $99.00, $125.00 Reserved

SAT, AUG. 17 7:00 PM ZAC BROWN BAND with special guest Levi Lowery Pavilion Stage $38.00 Lawn; $67.00 & $89.00 Reserved

TUE, AUG. 20 7:30 PM John Mayer with special guest Phillip Phillips Pavilion Stage $67.00 and $87.00 Reserved; $42.50 Lawn and $139.00 Lawn 4-Pack

FRI, AUG. 23 7:00 PM Luke Bryan with Thompson Square, Florida Georgia Line Pavilion Stage $35.75 Lawn; $66.00 Reserved

SAT, AUG. 24 8:00 PM Rosanne Cash Event Gallery $59.00 Reserved

SAT, AUG. 31 Delaware River Outfitter Celebrating Over 50 Years

landersrivertrips.com 1-800-252-3925

SUN, SEP. 1 11:00 AM Rosehaven Alpaca Festival Harvest Festival $2.00 Parking; Free Admission;

JCEN-127693

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LRIV-125927

8:00 PM MAUREEN MCGOVERN "A Long and Winding Road" Bradstan Cabaret Series Event Gallery $49.50 Reserved cabaret-style seating


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Thurs., July 4 – Catskills Artists Gallery: 13th Annual Members Art Exhibition, Liberty Museum & Arts Center. For info, call 292-2394. (Also on 7/5-7, 11 - 14.) Thurs., July 4 – Children’s Theatre: Rapunzel, at Forestburgh Playhouse, at 11 a.m. For info, call 794-1194, or email info@fbplayhouse. org. (Also on 7/6, 11, 13) Thurs., July 4 – Jeffersonville Farmers Market, at St. George’s Parking Lot, Main St., in Jeffersonville, from 3 to 6 p.m. A seasonlong farmers’ market. For info, call 866-270-2015. (Also 7/11, 18, 25) Fri., July 5 – The Great Catskill Resorts: Collection of Ross Padluck. Artist talk Aug. 11 @ 2pm, at Liberty Museum & Arts Center, from noon - 4 p.m. For info, call 292-2394. Every Thurs., Fri. & Sat., until Sept. 29. Fri., July 5 – Children do some farm chores (activities vary) at Apple Pond Farm in Callicoon Center, beginning at 10 a.m.: milking goats, feeding chickens, gathering eggs, grooming horses, etc. Minimum of 5 people. No reservations needed. Cost $5 for adults, $4 for children age 4 and older. Call 482-4764. (All weekends through July). Fri., July 5 – Liberty Farmers’ Market, SCVA Parking lot, 3 to 6 p.m. A season-long farmers’ market. For info, call 747-4449. (Also on 7/12, 19, 26) Fri., July 5 – Kauneonga Lake Farmers Market, from 3 to 6 p.m., at the Kauneonga Lake Firemen’s Pavilion. (Also on 7/12, 19, 26) Fri., July 5 – Creating Community: The Life of Allan Berube Exhibition: Exploring the late historian and MacArthur “Genius Grant” recipient’s expansive vision of community. Open from noon to four at the Liberty Museum & Arts Center, in Liberty. For info, call 292-2394. (Also on 7/6, 11 - 13, 18 - 20, 25 - 27) Sat., July 6 – Independence Day Parade and Festival - Parade lineup will be at the Roscoe Central School Parking Lot at 10:00. Parade begins at 11:00am. All are welcome to participate. All marchers are

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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 31 Sat., July 6 – Stand-up Comedy Show with host Rich Kiamco (Howard Stern, Bravo & WE-tv) with guest comedian Jessica Kirson (The Tonight Show & The View), at 8 p.m. at Henning’s Local, in Eldred. Cost is $20 online, $25 at the door. For info, call 917-4981810. Sat., July 6 – History of D&H Canal with Gary Keeton, at 10 a.m. A walk through time. Ever wonder about local stone walls and foundations? Curious about how people farmed the rocky soils or the relationship between the Basha Kill and Pine Kill? Learn about the D&H canal, too! Meet at the DEC access road on Route 209 across from the Pinekill Deli in Westbrookville. Contact Gary at 386-4892 for particulars. Sponsored by the Basha Kill Area Association. thebashakill.org Sun., July 7 – Callicoon Farmers Market: A season-long farmers’ market featuring farm-fresh locally grown produce and artisan products, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Callicoon Creek Park, in Callicoon. For information, call 866-270-2015. (Also on 14, 21, 28) Sun., July 7 – Parksville USA Music Festival 2013 - A whirlwind of jazz with that special Cuban touch, at 3 p.m. at the Methodist Church, in Parksville. Cost is $18. For information, visit www. parksvilleusa.com, or call 747-4247. Sun., July 7 – Songs & Stories: Songwriter Karen Hudson performs and hosts this twice monthly series at this beautifully restored Inn, The Old North Branch Inn, at 4 p.m. in North Branch. Format includes a guest band or songwriter, Hudson playing her own songs, and a reading by local and NYC writers. Cost is $4 per person. Call 482-5925 for information. (Also on 7/21) Tues., July 9 – Grahamsville United Methodist Church will host a thrift sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., with lunch being served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. For info, call 985-2938. Wed., July 10 – Armida, at the Seelig Theatre, of Sullivan County

Community College, in Loch Sheldrake, at 7 p.m. Cost is $15 for adults, $10 for students with proper ID. This mythical story of a sorceress who enthralls men in her island prison has inspired operatic settings by a multitude of composers, including Gluck, Haydn, and Dvořák. Renée Fleming stars in the title role of Rossini’s version, opposite no fewer than five tenors. Director (and Producer) Mary Zimmerman describes the work as “a buried treasure, a box of jewels.” Armida is a fanciful and magical tale with “an epic, enchanted quality and a tremendous visual element.” Conducted by Riccardo Frizza; cast includes Lawrence Brownlee, Bruce Ford, Barry Banks, Kobie van Rensburg. For info or tickets, call 434-5750, ext. 4472. Fri., July 12 – The Preservation Forum: 12th Annual Preservation/HIstory Conference - The Great Catskill Resorts Conference/ Workshop, at the Liberty Museum & Arts Center. For info, call 292-2394. (Also on 7/13 - 14) Fri., July 12 – Exhibit: Amusing the Muse - Richard Gubernick, drawings. Opening Reception July 12 @ 7-9pm, at the Delaware Arts Center, in Narrowsburg. For info call 252-7576, or email info@artsalliancesite.org. (Every Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri. and Sat. this month) Fri., July 12 – Exhibit: Art in Bloom, Group art show w/interpretive floral arrangements. Opening Reception July 12 @ 7-9pm, at the Delaware Arts Center, in Narrowsburg. For info call 252-7576, or email info@artsalliancesite.org. (Every Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri. and Sat. this month) Fri., July 12 – Victoria Justice will embark on The Here’s 2 Us Summer tour at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, at 7 p.m., The singer/actress best known for her lead role in the hit TV series Victorious will perform a mix of hit songs from the show, choice covers, and showcase a few tracks from her forthcoming solo album. Gates open 5:30pm. Tickets vary, call 583-2000 or 800-745-3000 for info or tickets.

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Dwight Yoakam, Doobie Brothers Highlight Diverse Belleayre Lineup

HIGHMOUNT – Country star Dwight Yoakam and rock icons the Doobie Brothers highlight the diverse lineup for the Belleayre Music Festival’s 22nd season. Tickets go on sale April 15. Latin jazz, Broadway, opera and comedy will also be part of the mix as the summer music festival continues its tradition of presenting acts from across the entertainment spectrum. Dwight Yoakam kicks things off in hard-charging fashion on Saturday, July 6. Dwight traces the roots of his stardom to country music, but offers a universal appeal that spans genres. Up next on Saturday, July 13 will be the Manhattan Transfer, recognized as the world’s foremost vocal group. The music shifts to the ultimate in classic rock when the legCONTRIBUTED PHOTO endary Doobie Dwight Yoakam will start Brothers hit the stage Bellayre’s summer season. with their hit-filled

show on Saturday, July 20. The Belleayre Festival Opera presents Bizet’s “Carmen” on Satuday, July 27. The opera is an annual highlight on the mountain. The Catskill Mountain Jazz Series will span five extraordinary performances. The jazz series opens with three Hot Latin Nights. On Thursday, Aug. 1, it’s the Sammy Figueroa Latin Jazz Explosion in the Jazz Club. The phenonmenal Pedrito Martinez Havana Quartet will light up the Jazz Club on Friday, Aug. 2. The series moves to the Main Stage on Saturday, Aug. 3 with what promises to be an inspired performance by the Paquito D’Rivera and the worldrenown Dizzy Gillespie Big Band. The second weekend of the Catskill Mountain Jazz Series features “Two Piano Masters.” Keyboard wizard Bill Charlap will play the Jazz Club with his trio on Friday, Aug. 9. Kenny Barron's 70th Birthday Celebration will be marked on Saturday, Aug. 10 with Kenny Barron’s All-Star Quintet featuring a stellar lineup presenting a show guaranteed to among the season’s highlights. It’s Broadway at Belleayre on Saturday, Aug. 17 when Tony-winning song-and-dance legend Ben Vereen takes the stage. The action shifts to laughter the next weekend when the festival presents Comedy in the Catskills Dusty Strings Folk Harps, Master Works Hammered Dulcimers & Psaltrys, Deering Banjos, and Mountain Dulcimers from the Dulcimer Shop All American Made Violins for beginner to Pro. Plus, Classical, Parlor, Tenor, and Bass Guitars

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Wurtsboro’s Founders Day Street Fair is Saturday, July 6

WURTSBORO – On Saturday, July 6, the Village of Wurtsboro will close Sullivan Street to welcome thousands of visitors to their annual Founders Day Street Fair, which always promises to be a day of family fun! Sponsored by the Wurtsboro Board of Trade (WBOT), this annual event is the highlight of the summer season in one of Sullivan County’s most dynamic villages. From 11a.m. until 5 p.m. fabulous vendors will be up and down the street selling their arts and crafts, goodies and delicious foods. Children can have their faces painted, laugh on rides, challenge the rock wall, or visit with Truth Muller for his free Bat Education series. You might want to bring a lawn chair to enjoy Live Music from 11a.m. - 6 p.m. Midnight Slim kicks off with the Blues, The Bootlegger’s Band brings Soul, The Carl Richards Band - Keep’n Country Strong, The Ponytails take you back to the Fifties and Third Degree East Classic Rock finale. Need more music ? O’Toole’s Harley Davidson is hosting the band “Hot Rod” throughout their Bike Show and Danny’s is hosting Midnight Slim from 2 p.m. until? As if that’s not enough excitement, at 1 p.m. a One Woman Truck Pull, along with a Lumber Jack

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