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Patrick Dollard, president and CEO of The Center for Discovery, left; Lon Dolber, COE of American Portfolios; and Jason Kean, director of innovation at TCFD, pose as they mark a $500,000 commitment from Dolber.  

The ‘right to move’ gets a boost

HURLEYVILLE, NY — The Technology Hub and Incubator (THINC) at The Center for Discovery (TCFD) in Hurleyville is now comprised of five different labs. On January 10, TCFC announced the opening of the American Portfolios Assistive Technology Lab.

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Free ice skating

HURLEYVILLE, NY — The Town of Fallsburg is offering free ice skating at Morningside Park in Hurleyville daily until 9 p.m., when the pond is frozen and safe for skating.

Use of ice skates is free, as is use of the ice. Call 845/434-5877 for more information.

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‘We Are Loud Together’

HURLEYVILLE, NY — The Delaware Valley Arts Alliance (DVAA), in its role as Arts Council for Sullivan County recently, convened a meeting of arts organizations with the intent of exploring shared interests in fulfilling the organizations’ missions. The meeting was held at the Hurleyville Arts Centre.

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Kids clothing drive

HURLEYVILLE, NY — The Hurleyville Arts Centre is holding a kids clothing drive through Saturday, December 1. It is requesting new clothes for all genders, ages infant to 12 years. Wanted are hats, gloves, scarvs, long johns, socks, tights, coats and pajamas. The goal of the drive is to secure 150 clothing items.

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‘The Bullish Farmer’

HURLEYVILLE, NY — “The Bullish Farmer,” a feature-length documentary on sustainable agriculture, will be shown at The Hurleyville Arts Centre, 219 Main St., on Thursday, November 8 at 7:30 p.m. It will be followed by a Q&A with director Ken Marsolais.



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