HONESDALE, PA — The RiverFolk concert series continues with the Meghan Cary Trio, comprised of storytelling troubador Cary, with Peter Farrell and Bob Beach, on Sunday, January 27 at 3 p.m. at The Cooperage.
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Of course, I’m referring to the epic ice storm that rained down on the Upper Delaware River region a few days ago, and not the Broadway play written by Eugene O’Neill in 1946. Yep, it’s that time of year again, when I’m tempted to whine incessantly about the weather.
NEW YORK — With vast areas of farmland and many local groups and politicians focused on renewable energy, New York’s Hudson Valley has become a landmark location for solar energy. According to the Poughkeepsie Journal, in 2013, New York had 4,372 completed solar projects and by 2017 that number had jumped to 13,582 projects.
NEW YORK — A state initiative to reduce greenhouse gas emissions sparked a slate of programs across the state dedicated to motivating homeowners into renewable energy systems this winter.
What’s new in sustainability in Sullivan County? No better people to ask than the county’s Office of Sustainable Energy. Here are a few environmentally focused projects, headed by a number of different individuals and organizations, at work for the Earth in our area.
Organics management plans
NARROWSBURG, NY — Volunteers at Repair Café Tusten want the things you might otherwise toss. They want your tired clothing, your small, broken appliances. Your electric toothbrush that doesn’t run. Your holey sock (or, more likely, your 25 holey socks, one of which matches nothing.)
LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — Prepare to laugh it up with nationally recognized comedians Jodie Wasserman and Rich Kiamco at the Arnold House on Saturday, January 19 at 8 p.m.
MONTICELLO, NY — In honor of Leonard Bernstein’s 100th birthday year, retired music teacher Kenneth Korn will discuss the life and work of the multi-talented musician at the Ethel B. Crawford Library on Wednesday, January 23 at 6 p.m.
STROUDSBURG, PA — Submissions are due Friday, February 8 to the Pocono Arts Council, which, along with other partners, will host “The Earth Speaks: A Juried Exhibition on the Environmental Crisis,” in spring 2019 at the Dunning Art Gallery, Northampton Community College Monroe Campus in Tannersville.
While many of you are fans of winter and all things associated with it, I’m not that guy. Oh, sure—it can be picture-postcard-pretty here in the Upper Delaware River region, and I do enjoy taking photos in the winter wonderland, which helps the days pass.