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NARROWSBURG, NY — Upcoming local elections, Gerard’s Café, the Two Queens Coffee & Tea Shop—there are so many new and exciting things happening in Narrowsburg these days … more
My heart dropped at the sight of a deep-red leaf blowing across my yard. Squirrels are gathering nuts with a winter-is-coming vigor. Nowhere, however, is the change more evident than in my garden. A … more
I am a child of the 20th century. I almost feel sorry for kids who didn’t grow up in that simpler time. Pleasures such as walking to school and staying outside until the evening air carried a … more
The topic of a dog loomed heavily over our heads. I wanted one. My husband did not. We have even had heated discussions—okay, arguments—over an imaginary pet that wasn’t even in our … more
As a kid, my dad taught me to love a corny joke. Once when we passed a cemetery, he said, “Must be nice.” “Why do you say that, Dad?” I’d naively asked. “Because … more
It has been a busy couple of weeks for good ol’ N’burg, NY.  The New Narrowsburg (Newrosburg?) Farmers’ Market has proven to be a success, with lines at several vendors … more
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 … more
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
NARROWSBURG, NY — Cecilia and Tom Coacci are bringing the funk this Saturday at The Narrowsburg Union. All proceed from the Winter Dance Party at the union this Saturday, February 16 from 6 to … more
In one of my 2018 “Narrowsburg News” columns, I solicited information from readers on a house in the Luxton Lake section of town. I had just bought the circa 1860s farmhouse, which was … more
The single-digit countdown has begun. Christmas is next Tuesday and we’re in full holiday mode at our house. We baked and decorated cut-out cookies last weekend. We’ve watched … more
Gary Amerbach recently departed the Tusten Building Department after more than seven years as the town’s code enforcement officer. I worked with him on several projects to improve safety and … more
I thought we were still in leaf-falling season—but apparently it is snow falling season. Nearly a foot of snow came down in Narrowsburg last Thursday evening. My pumpkins and mums are buried … more
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 … more
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 … more
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 … more
Summer has officially transitioned into autumn. The last two weeks of were a whirlwind, with the Big Eddy Film Festival and the Narrowsburg Honeybee Fest on back-to-back weekends. Kudos to Delaware … more
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 … more
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 … more
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