TRR photo by David Hulse

Tom Shepstone, principal of Shepstone Management Company Planning & Research Consultants of Honesdale

Senior planner advises caution

NARROWSBURG, NY — Tom Shepstone, principal of Shepstone Management Company Planning & Research Consultants of Honesdale, came before the Upper Delaware Council on May 2 to recount some history and perhaps provide them some guidance for the future.

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To market! To market!

Often on a Saturday I would find myself at home, bored, munching on a celery stick and wishing there was somewhere, anywhere to go for a walk amongst neighbors and like-minded people. I longed to peruse artisanal cheeses, fresh pastas, quail eggs and freshly baked breads in the brisk spring air.

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Tannis Kowalchuk of Farm Arts Collective, seen here, collaborates with neuroscientist Allison Waters to explore the brain-science of depression in a lecture/theater performance titled “Out of Mind” at the DVAA this Saturday.

Rafter’s Tavern kicks of inaugural art exhibit, ‘Out of Mind’ at the Tusten Theatre and more

Zen Buddhist poetry and Cinco de Mayo

NARROWSBURG, NY — On Sunday, May 5 from 3 to 4:30 p.m., celebrate Poetry First Sunday at the Forage Space Art Gallery hosted by Karen Morris.

TRR photos by Jonathan Charles Fox
Wildly creative masks and puppets propelled the story of “How the Sea and the Mountain Became Friends” in Arm-Of-The-Sea’s “The Rejuvenary River Circus” presented last weekend at the Tusten Theatre in Narrowsburg, NY.

It’s for the kids…

Last week was all about the kids. My schedule originally called for spending time outdoors, but the mercurial nature of spring in the Catskills had different plans, and with the onset of a late April snow, I switched gears and headed for the Tusten Theater in Narrowsburg, NY.

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Muralist Matthew Willey is committed to hand-painting 50,000 honeybees.

Fresh Paint

NARROWSBURG, NY — The Narrowsburg Honey Bee Festival began five years ago to spread awareness about the declining pollinator population.

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Narrowsburg News

Spring is making itself known throughout Narrowsburg, although the first sprouts are usually eaten by a starving deer after winter’s long fast. While it’s nice to see a crocus, I’m more excited to see Main Street thaw.



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