NARROWSBURG, NY — The stone figure that guards the Narrowsburg Union ditched its cell phone and picked up a new hobby. As of March 11, the statue is equipped with a fishing pole with a 32-inch Rainbow Trout
NARROWSBURG, NY — Curator of The Narrowsburg Union’s art galleries Brandi Merolla announced that there will be an opening and reception for four new exhibitions Saturday, February 9 from 5 to 7:30 p.m.
CALLICOON, NY — According to the minutes of the August 27 meeting of the Upper Delaware Scenic Byway (UDSB), the board voted in favor of renewing its commitment to move forward with creating a visitors’ center in the Callicoon Depot, located at the center of the hamlet.
NARROWSBURG, NY — Josh Fox, the Emmy award-winning director of “Gasland,” brings his newest piece, “The Truth Has Changed,” to The Narrowsburg Union on Saturday, September 8.
NARROWSBURG, NY — The Narrowsburg Union will hold an art opening for three unique women artists on September 1: Ula Nero, with the exhibit “Soul Artist”; Emma Switko, with “Next to Unconventional”; and Kum Mullen, with “Saws.” The opening reception will take place from 5 to 7:30 p.m.
NARROWSBURG, NY — Since July, The Narrowsburg Union, located at 7 Erie Ave., has housed a new resident: Fire Mountain Kitchen, a food production facility specializing in jarred goods and preserves. The kitchen is owned and operated by Dr. James Lomax, a retired physician and frequent contributor to The River Reporter’s Health section.
NARROWSBURG, NY — There will be a meeting for food entrepreneurs on Friday, November 17 at The Narrowsburg Union from 6 to 8 p.m. The featured speaker will be Danielle Gaebel, presenting “Social Storytelling”—harnessing the power of social media to grow your personal brand, business or community group.