Arts & Leisure

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Actor Emrhys Cooper’s performance in “Trophy Boy” (which also showed at Cannes) was a highlight at the Catskill International Film Festival held in Callicoon, NY last weekend.

It’s a matter of life and death

And music… there will always be music. Every so often all three subjects collide, creating a “perfect storm” in the entertainment world. Such was the case over the last few days, as I spent some quality time in a library, celebrated a milestone with good friends at a tavern, and saw seven films all in a row at a movie theater.

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Joe Flood

Joe Flood and The Needy Greedies

HONESDALE, PA — Joe Flood will take the stage at The Cooperage on Saturday, September 15, joined by fellow Lost Wandering alumni also known as the Needy Greedies (Ron Sunshine on harmonica and percussion, Mark Herschler on guitar and vocals, and bassist Andres Villamil). The doors open at 7 p.m. with music starting at 7:30 p.m.

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Little Sparrow

BBQ celebrates Master Gardeners

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, NY — Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County (CCESC) is celebrating its Master Gardener volunteers at the annual Cornell Country BBQ & Live Auction, to be held Saturday, September 15, at the White Sulphur Springs Fireman’s Park on Shore Road. This event is rain or shine, under a covered pavilion.

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The Fall Music Festival will be held at the bucolic amphitheater at the Dorflinger-Suydam Wildlife Sanctuary, seen here during a previous concert.

Fall Music Festival: music and friendship

There are few events in life more painful than the untimely passing of a loved one. Tragedy can be the source of immense sorrow and hopelessness, but for a group of friends in Wayne County, tragedy has been the inspiration for making the most of their time together, giving back to the community and memorializing those they have lost.

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This 1930s Western Electric plant is located in a workshop next to the farmhouse. Purchased by farmers, electric plants generated electricity to the farm before electric lines were run to rural areas.   

Lost Catskill Farm opens

GRAHAMSVILLE, NY — The Time and The Valleys Museum will open the 1930s Lost Catskill Farm behind the museum on Route 55 on Wednesday, September 12 with a program and reception at 4 p.m. Including a two-story house, outhouse, milk house, barn and electric plant; the farm is interactive, informative and fun for both children and adults.

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JEMS and Junior JEMS members prepare for the popular duck race on Callicoon Creek as part of the Jeffersonville Jamboree.

Jeff Jamboree: ducks, tractors, laser tag and more

JEFFERSONVILLE, NY — The Jeff Jamboree on Saturday, September 15 will kick off with a pancake breakfast from 7 to 11 a.m. at the First Presbyterian Church. At 10 a.m., bakers participating in the “Best Baked Pie Contest” may drop off entries at the Jeffersonville Firehouse. At 11:30 winners will be announced, and a pie auction will follow.



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