Arts & Leisure

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Calder House

Calder’s Cafe re-opens for season

EQUINUNK, PA — Calder Cafe’s First Friday events will recommence starting on November 3. Located in the Equinunk Historical Society’s gathering room, 1726 Pine Mill Rd. in the center of Equinunk, the evening consists of solely acoustic music performed by talented local musicians.

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Toast to Milford

MILFORD, PA — Taste, toast and tour your away around the streets of Milford on Saturday, October 28 as dozens of specialty shops and eateries offer samplings of the best food and beverage selections in the region.

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Locally shot film premieres

PARKSVILLE, NY — The new film, “Chuck—Lost Object Found,” will be featured at Movie Night at Beaverkill Studio, 36 Main St., on November 18 at 7:30 p.m. This is the premier opening of a film shot entirely on location in and around Livingston Manor.

The rut is on

Right now mature bucks are chasing does and fighting off rivals.  This means they’re more likely to run into roads without heeding traffic. Watch not only when driving but also when hunting, as these bucks have one thing on their mind. If you’re out hunting right now here are three tactics to use.

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The Rivoli Theatre marquee advertises its annual Haunted Theatre at 5243 Main Street in South Fallsburg.

Scary fun in South Fallsburg

SOUTH FALLSBURG, NY — On Friday the 13th, Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop opened its third annual Haunted Theatre event at the Rivoli—a maze of masks, costumes and creepy backdrops in the haunted house tradition, spread out across 20 rooms and three floors, each designed to provide a unique fright for the Halloween season.

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Boys & Girls Club Senior Unit Director Barbi Neumann Marty was beaming during the social hour, making my job that much easier as I photographed the Farm-to-Table experience last weekend

Please, and thank you!

Such simple words that cost us nothing to say, and yet, they seem to be vanishing from our collective vocabulary. It’s not often that I use this column to rant, but every once in a while I do take advantage of the space the fine folks at The River Reporter grant me to discuss something other than puppet shows and bake sales.

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Chuk Obasi will star in the one-man play ‘The Actual Dance” at the Tusten Theater on Saturday, October 21.

‘The Actual Dance’ at Tusten Theatre

NARROWSBURG, NY — The Delaware Valley Arts Alliance will present “The Actual Dance,” a one-man play with live musicians about the transformative power of love in the face of illness, on Saturday, October 21 at 7 p.m. The autobiographical piece is based on playwright Samuel A.



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