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Narrowsburg News 11/8/18

Welcome back to standard time. Setting the clocks back an hour last weekend was a welcome change for this Narrowsburg mom. It’s much easier to justify an early bedtime when it’s dark at 6 p.m., and easier to be on time in the morning when the sun’s coming up at 6 a.m.


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Narrowsburg News 10/25/18

Getting ready for next Wednesday, October 31, we’ve been giving our house a good dose of spookiness: carving Jack-o-lanterns and decorating our front porch with ghosts, gourds and ghouls. But we weren’t expecting the real life mysterious creature that came out of the dark night to give us a thrill last week.


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Narrowsburg News 10/11/18

Geographically, Narrowsburg sits in a unique position at the halfway point along the Upper Delaware Scenic Byway, a 70-mile stretch of New York State Route 97 from Port Jervis to Hancock, NY. Unless you’re coming from Pennsylvania, that’s the only way to get here. And what a way it is.

Narrowsburg News 9/13/18

This weekend, Narrowsburg will be bustling with moviegoers and filmmakers as the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance presents the Big Eddy Film Festival from Friday night through Sunday afternoon (September 14 to 16) at the Tusten Theatre (210 Bridge St). Now in its seventh year, the festival has grown a lot in its relatively short life.


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Upper Main Street looking toward bridge, circa 1900 (postcard)

and Main Street looking toward bridge, 2018

Narrowsburg News 8/30/18

I recently came across a rare circa 1900 postcard of Narrowsburg’s Main Street. Given that more than a century has passed since the picture was taken, things really haven’t changed all that much. Today’s Main Street skyline is remarkably the same as it has been.


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Narrowsburg News 8/2/18

Welcome to August: high season in Narrowsburg. The shops and restaurants are busy with visitors. The Delaware River is full of rafters and kayakers. And the nightly accommodations around town are booked solid.


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Lulu Spangler, Wally Iavarone and Pedro Spangler play Scully on Narrowbsurg’s Main Street.
 

Narrowsburg News 7/19/18

The Delaware River gets a lot of the glory when people share what they love about Narrowsburg. Yes, the river is spectacular, but my money’s on Main Street when it comes to Narrowsburg’s best asset.


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Narrowsburg News 7/5/18

Have you noticed all the balloons decorating Narrowsburg’s intersections this week? It is a festive indication of all the graduation parties being held in backyards around town. We enjoyed some devilled eggs, pasta salad, and s’mores at Will and Vanessa Reeves’ last week, celebrating their oldest daughter Ally’s graduation from high school.

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