Town of Lumberland 4th of July parade, 12 noon. Parade route from the Lumberland Firehouse to the Town Hall. Followed by Family Fun Day at Circle Park. Food, games, activities. Free admission. 845/856-8600.
Sullivan County Horse Council's Cowboy Challenge at the Grahamsville Fairgrounds. Food and prizes. Visit www.schs-ny.org or call 845/886-6140.
Celebrate your independence with farm fresh food, live music, painting around the farm, farm tours, hot-tubbing, swimming, BBQ contest and fun at Root n' Roost farm, 1-11pm. $25 per person gets you all of the above. Kids 5 to 10 are $10, under 5 free. RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community flea market hosted by the members of the Kauneonga Lake Fire Department, 10am-2pm. Food and drinks sold by Kauneonga Lake Fire Department. 845/807-8554.
Community flea market hosted by the members of the Kauneonga Lake Fire Department, 10am-4pm. Food and drinks sold by Kauneonga Lake Fire Department. 845/807-8554.
Yankees vs Tigers. Package includes grandstand infield ticket to game, round trip transportation on Rolling V Coach Bus, goody bag and tailgating. Bus departs from Liberty municipal parking lot at 8am. Pickups at Wurtsboro and Circleville Park & Rides. Game time is 1:05pm. Visit www.cdtrips.com.
“Raid on the ’Lower Fort’ of Cushetunk” at Fort Delaware Museum, 1pm. 845/252-6660.
All day encampment by the 24th Connecticut Military Regiment of reenactors at Fort Delaware Museum. Organizing and training the militia in the colony of Connecticut, 1775: marching, formations, musket and bayonet drills, 1pm. 845/252-6660.
General George Washington and his Aide d’Camp deliver the Declaration of Independence to the assembled, 12 noon. Sullivan County (NY) Historian John Conway discusses the Declaration of Independence in the Upper Delaware River Valley, 1:30pm. Fort Delaware Museum staff and volunteers participate in Narrowsburg’s annual Firemen’s parade, 3pm. 845/252-6660.
Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) Sullivan County celebrates 100 years at the Gerald J. Skoda Extension Education Center, 4-6pm. Attendees can enjoy music played by a local musician, youth performances, speakers, door prizes, and light, local fare catered by Natural Contents. 845/292-6180.