Narrowsburg News 9/28
What beautiful weather we have been having and just perfect for the Honey Bee Fest last Saturday. Main Street was truly buzzing with children and adults dressed in black and yellow honoring the bees, and many wore a “Save the Bees” T-shirt. There was a lot to learn. It is surprising how many ways we can use honey. A new favorite is to drizzle a bit of honey over a small bowl of ricotta cheese, and you have an instant dessert, kind of like a cheesecake in a bowl. Yumm!
One may have thought an all-day event was enough on Saturday, but Saturday evening marked the first of the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance Fall Concert Series at the Tusten Theater. Andie Rae and the Black River Bullies sang their hearts out during their country music concert. The fall series runs through November 11 and is packed with music of all kinds from country to classical. Next in the series will be Five Play, an all-female jazz quintet on Saturday, October 14 at 7 p.m. Tickets, $25, can be reserved by calling 845/252-7576. It certainly is nice to be using the Tusten Theatre so much lately.
Well it’s not all about play this fall. It’s time for that big fall cleaning, and this year there will be a Tusten fall trash day on October 28 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. As is the case at the town’s spring clean-up, you may bring a pick-up truck filled with refuse (not household trash) to the town barn for free disposal. There will be a small charge for tires, and no electronics will be permitted.
We are on the brink of election season, and soon roadside signs will begin to appear. Learn about the candidates and issues to be an informed voter. A meeting sponsored by the League of Women Voters will be held at The Narrowsburg Union on October 22 to help you understand issues. More on that meeting in a future writing. In the meantime, reserve the date and enjoy this beautiful fall weather.