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October 2012

Story Time & Chess for fun!

October 12, 2012

Story time starts at 1pm and chess for fun starts at 6pm at Western Sullivan Public Library, 198 Bridge Street. Open to all!

Story Time

October 11, 2012

10am - 11am at Western Sullivan Public Library, 19 Center Street.

Dessert with Mr. Q

October 10, 2012

Mystery Book club, discussion with dessert! 6:30pm at Western Sullivan Public Library, 19 Center Street.

13th Annual Black Bear Film Festival Opening Gala

October 12, 2012

6pm - 8:30pm at St. Patrick's Event Venue, 4th & High Streets. Join us for a truly Hollywood experience! For more info,

Board of Directors Meeting

October 8, 2012

5pm, at Western Sullivan Public Library, 19 Center Street. All welcome!

A Visit From Johnny Appleseed

October 7, 2012

Sunday, 1pm at Western Sullivan Public Library, 198 Bridge Street. All Ages! Stories and music!

Tribute: Woody Guthrie's 100th Birthday

October 6, 2012

w/ Poet musician Ray McNiece from Ohio. At Western Sullivan Public Library, 198 Bridge Street,845/252-3360

New exhibit at the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance

NARROWSBURG, NY — “The Continuing Line,” an exhibit of paintings and works on paper by Elise Freda, opens with a reception on Friday, October 5 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Delaware Arts Center’s Alliance Gallery at 37 Main St. The exhibit will be on view through October 27.

Admission is free. Call 845/ 252-7576 or visit  Read more

Fall spiders

The leaves are changing color, and many insects are easier to find; they have reached full size and some species have just completed, or are in the midst of, breeding. For many insects and other arthropods, the fall season signals the end; they die after breeding or with the first hard frost.  Read more

Fall hike planned at Tusten Mountain

TUSTEN, NY — Delaware Highlands Conservancy and Catskill Mountainkeeper announce a fall hike at the Tusten Mountain Trail in Sullivan County on Sunday, October 14 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. This moderate strenuous trail is maintained by the National Park Service. Participants should wear hiking shoes, comfortable clothes and bring water.

The hike is free and open to the public, but registration is required. Contact the Delaware Highlands Conservancy at 570/226-3164, 845/583-1010, or send an email to to reserve your space and receive directions.