HONESDALE, PA — The Wayne County Creative Arts Council is gearing up for another summer season of outdoor music, but as concertgoers prepare their blankets and chairs, they might find something else to celebrate.
What can you do to support local farms? The Lackawaxen Farm Company (LFC) of Honesdale brings the solution to you with its community-supported agriculture (CSA) program, a multi-farm system that distributes fresh meat and produce across Wayne, Pike and Sullivan Counties.
The weather is finally settling into the consistent shape of summer, and local artists can finally take a break from indoor still life and bring their craft into the open.
The Chi Hive Studio has moved from The Narrowsburg Union to Main Street. There are still a few renovations to be done, and the signs still need to go up, but while the workspace is itself a work in progress, the studio has already established itself as a center for mindfulness, creative expression and spiritual exploration.
Long before the ‘60s and a little music festival called Woodstock, the Catskill’s attracted artists, writers, musicians and fans to our neck of the woods, where some came to visit, and others to stay.
HONESDALE, PA — “There is structure inherent in nature, which we constantly draw from and take for granted,” artist Samuelle Green says. Her project, “The Paper Caves,” is a large-scale art installation that elaborates upon the forms found in nature.
NARROWSBURG, NY — On Saturday, May 6 at 8 pm, the DVAA’s Tusten Theatre Spring Cultural Series continues with award-winning cabaret singer Marissa Mulder performing “Tom… In His Words,” a tribute to the music of iconic singer/songwriter Tom Waits.
LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY — SUNY Sullivan will host its 27th annual Kite Festival on Saturday, May 6 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the campus green, with a multitude of events happening throughout the college.
MONTICELLO, NY — The Monticello High School Music Department will produce its annual spring concerts on May 8 and May 9. The Monday concert will be held at Nesin Theater, 22 St. John’s St., at 7:30 p.m. It will feature solo instrumentalists along with small chamber ensembles, all upperclassmen.
ROSCOE, NY — April showers bring May flowers, but another sure sign of spring is the harvest of ramps. While becoming increasingly popular, ramps may still be unknown to some. Kind of like an onion and kind of like garlic, the ramp is somewhat mysterious.