Narrowsburg Farmers’ Market opens for the season
NARROWSBURG, NY — Welcome the Narrowsburg Farmers’ Market back on Saturday, May 20 behind the Narrowsburg Union.
NARROWSBURG, NY — Welcome the Narrowsburg Farmers’ Market back on Saturday, May 20 behind the Narrowsburg Union.
The market is a platform for local farmers, artisans and food producers to showcase their products and connect with the community.
And the community can meet the people who grow its food.
The market offers fresh, locally grown produce and food products such as cheese, bread, baked goods and more. All products sold at the market are grown or produced within a 75-mile radius of Narrowsburg.
“We are thrilled to kick off our 2023 season and welcome back our loyal customers and community members,” said Greg Swartz, market manager. “Our farmers and vendors have been working hard to bring their best products to the market, and we’re excited to showcase their incredible talent and dedication to local agriculture.”
The Narrowsburg Farmers’ Market will be open every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., rain or shine, through October 28.
The market is located at 7 Erie Ave.
For more information, visit narrowsburgfarmersmarket.org.
FORESTBURGH, NY — The Forestburgh Playhouse will kick off its Spring Series with a performance by Cady Huffman, starting at 8 p.m. on Friday, May 19 at the Forestbugh Tavern.
Tony Award-winner Huffman will star in “Welcome to Broadway: My Date with a Famous Scientologist.”
Each evening of the Spring Series will offer entertainment, food and drinks.
Huffman will present a brand-new original cabaret that showcases her vocal prowess and comic genius, a playhouse spokesperson said.
On Saturday, May 20, the “Judy & Barbra Show” takes center stage at the tavern, with Summer Orlando and Barbra Joan Streetsand in the starring roles.
The tribute to Judy Garland and Barbara Streisand features impersonations of these iconic divas.
The cost for either show is $30 per person. The doors open at 6:30 p.m. for dinner and drinks, and the show starts at 8 p.m.
The Spring Series wraps up on Saturday, May 27 with the Electric Chords live at the tavern.
The trio hails from the Catskill Mountains, and the music blends tones of rock, funk, blues and more. A happy hour will run from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., and the band plays from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. There will be no cover charge, but there will be a $15 minimum cost per person.
For more information and tickets, visit fbplayhouse.org or forestburghtavern.com, or call 845/794-1194.
MILFORD, PA — The Pike County Historical Society and Museum will hold the annual Civil War encampment on the museum’s grounds on Saturday, May 20 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The ladies and gentlemen of the 142nd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Company G reenacting group will be on hand to demonstrate life in camp during the Civil War. They will also depict the routines of civilians, wear period dress and explain weaponry, food, medicine and the folklore of the times.
A $10 donation is suggested, and children under 15 years of age attend for free.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 570/296-8126.
LAKE ARIEL, PA — On Saturday, May 20, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, the public is welcome to spend a few hours volunteering with Lacawac Sanctuary to help remove brush, hang trail rags and remove leaves from trails.
This ensures that the trails are accessible for hikers and are primed for another year of use.
Volunteers should meet at the Visitors’ Center, located at 94 Sanctuary Rd. Come prepared wearing hiking boots and clothing that is weather appropriate. Supplies will be provided.
Register at www.lacawac.org/programs.html.
For more information, call 570/689-9494 or email email@example.com.
YOUNGSVILLE, NY — A reception for the authors of “Musings: Short Stories to Inspire and Delight,” will be held at Domesticities and the Cutting Garden, 4055 State Rte. 52, on Sunday, May 21 at 2 p.m.
The book includes contributions by Marylou Ambrose, Dana Bree, Donna Consiglio, Laurie Gudza, Elaine Leet, Carol McManus, Sue Martha Thompson and Mike Vreeland. The authors will read short selections from their works and share their writing journeys. Refreshments will be provided.
For more information, call Domesticities at 845/482-3333 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adds art, not pounds
MONTICELLO, NY — Sullivan County’s Bagel Festival is adding a mural, arts and culture festival to its offerings this year; the deadline for submissions is Monday, May 22. More information can be found below.
The Sullivan County Chamber of Commerce has announced that the Catskill ReVibe Mural, Arts and Culture Festival will be part of the bagel celebration this year. It showcases live mural art by local and national artists
The arts festival will be presented by Lowkey Creative. Founder and artist Josh Deitchman said that the Catskill ReVibe Mural, Arts and Culture will “beautify and revitalize Main Street, celebrate and inspire local arts and artists from a very diverse socio-economic background, as well as engaging community youth in the artistic process.”
Interested artists can apply to be part of this year’s festival by visiting thebagelfestival.org, filling out the short application and submitting past work samples. Selected artists will be notified by Wednesday, May 31.
The bagel festival takes place on August 13.
The Sullivan County Bagel Festival will include over 130 vendors, a car show and the RadioBold Music Festival.
For more information, visit thebagelfestival.org.
MILFORD, PA — GAIT will hold an event for veterans and their families to learn about therapeutic riding programs, at 6 p.m. on Friday, May 19 at the GAIT facility.
It’s the official start of Veterans with Horses, a new program designed for veterans and their families in Pike County and the tri-state region.
Veterans are not required to be enrolled in the VA system to join the Veterans with Horses program.
The GAIT facility is located at 314 Foster Hill Rd. There is no charge for veterans or their family members.
For more information, visit www.gaittrc.org, call 570/409-1140 or email email@example.com.
MONTICELLO, NY — The Monticello, Liberty and Livingston Manor Rotary Clubs, plus community partners, will present The Wellness Experience: Connecting Mind, Body and Spirit on Saturday, May 20, to be held at Resorts World.
It’s as part of the Rotary District 7210 Day of Service, which features multiple events that take place at varying times.
All events and activities are open to the public and free of charge. Walk-ins are welcome.
Attendees will receive a goodie bag and chances to win door prizes.
Resorts World is located at 888 Resorts World Dr.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 845/798-1770.
Inuit-inspired event to be held on Sunday, May 21
HURLEYVILLE, NY — When Sullivan County native Dr. Frederick Cook first stepped off a ship in Greenland, he was greeted by Inuit natives who invited him to an evening ceremony of drum dancing, an Inuit form of art for at least 4,500 years.
Such a ceremony had a multi-faceted purpose as entertainment and to solve interpersonal conflicts. The drum, consisting of bones or wood and varying in size, was also the indispensable tool of the angakoq — the Inuit shaman.
Inspired by that century-old gathering, the Frederick Cook Society will host a drum circle at the Sullivan County Museum in Hurleyville on Sunday, May 21 beginning at 2 p.m. Congas, bongos, djembes and all types of percussive instruments are welcome.
A small collection of drums will be on hand for those who do not have their own—call to reserve an instrument.
The circle will be led by local drummer Larry Steiger, who began playing drums at the age of 13 in a rock band at the Concord Hotel.
Refreshments will be served and donations are welcome.
For more information, call 845/434-8044.
WAYMART, PA — The Chamber of the Northern Poconos invites the public to attend an open house/ribbon-cutting at Backforty Designs on Friday, May 19 at 1 p.m. at the printer, located at 36 Belavitz Rd.
Backforty Designs, previously known as Backforty Window Tinting, was founded in 2015 by owner Ed Belavitz. “We have constructed this facility to achieve the highest level of productivity,” he said in a press release. “With our new facility, we have streamlined the vinyl print process while delivering the highest quality products and services to our customers.”
For more information, visit www.backfortydesigns.com.
GRAHAMSVILLE, NY — The fourth annual take-out chicken barbecue will be held on Saturday, May 20 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the Time and the Valleys Museum parking lot.
With barbecued chicken, a variety of sides, brownies and ice cream, you can have dinner, support the museum and never leave your car, organizers said.
The museum is located at 332 Main St.
Tickets cost $15 per meal and can be purchased at www.timeandthevalleysmuseum.org or by sending a check to Time and the Valleys Museum, PO Box 254, Grahamsville NY 12740.
For more information, call 845/985-7700 or email email@example.com.
POND EDDY, NY — The Delaware Valley Arts Alliance (DVAA) invites all to the Starling Cabaret, a one-night-only improvised cabaret benefit performance at 7 p.m. on Friday, May 19 at the Starling at Pond Eddy.
That night, the country retreat will transform into a speakeasy and host an improvised cabaret inspired by audience suggestions. Greg Triggs hosts and introduces performers Deb Rabbai, Daniel Tepper and Katie Hammond. All are accompanied on piano by Gary Alder. The Starling at Pond Eddy is located at 1954 Rte. 97.
Tickets cost $75 per person and can be purchased by calling 845/252-7576 or online at delawarevalleyartsalliance.org.
MILFORD, PA — The Delaware Valley Dance Company will perform Swan Lake on Sunday, May 21 at 1 p.m. at the Delaware Valley High School Auditorium.
Swan Lake tells the story of Prince Siegfried, who falls in love with the swan queen, Odette. Unfortunately, she can only take human form between midnight and daybreak.
The role of the Swan Queen will be danced by Rachel Masker, a senior at Port Jervis High School. Prince Siegfried will be danced by Minisink Valley High School senior Tyler Powley. The supporting lead role of Odile (the Black Swan) will be danced by Jacelyn O’Brien, also a senior at Minisink Valley.
The school is located at 256 U.S. Rte. 6.
Tickets will be available at the door. For more information, call the Dance Center at 845/856-3373.
JEFFERSONVILLE, NY — The Sullivan County Chamber Orchestra (SCCO) will present an evening of music, wine and culinary delicacies at the “Tastes and Sounds of Italy” fundraiser, to be held at 4 p.m. on Sunday, May 21 at the Jeffersonville Bake Shop.
The evening will be accompanied by Italian music, performed on the mandolin, accordion and guitar. The day will also offer a six-course aperitivo, meant to whet one’s appetite. Each small plate highlights a region of Italy.
The bake shop is located at 4906 Rte. 52.
Individual tickets cost $115, or you can put together your own table of eight for $864. Purchase tickets at secure.givelively.org/event/nesinculturalarts/scco-fundraising-gala, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn about Catskill bogs on Sunday, May 21
LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY — Who knew that the Catskills were home to bogs amd fens? Or that you can find them near here?
On Sunday, May 21, the public is invited to a two-part program with Dr. Michael Kudish, one held indoors and one outdoors, focused on Catskill bogs and fens.
These wetlands tell us much about the history of the Catskills, but unlike written records and tree rings, they chronicle events up to 15,000 years ago.
The indoor program, which has no size limits, begins at 11 a.m. at SUNY Sullivan, located at 112 College Rd.
At 1 p.m., the group field trip—which can only accommodate 20 participants—will accompany Kudish to the Flying Trillium Preserve in nearby Bradley, NY.
The afternoon field trip will include a demonstration of peat-sampling techniques.
To reserve a seat for the talk and to register for the optional limited group field trip, call Lisa at 845/693-4181 or email email@example.com.
For more information, visit morgan-outdoors.com.
HONESDALE, PA — The Wayne County Dairy Princess Committee invites the community and dairy promotion program sponsors to the Wayne County Dairy Princess and Jr. Promoter pageant at 2 p.m. on Sunday, May 21 at the Park Street Complex.
This year’s dairy princess candidate is Sydney Roberts.
Sydney is the daughter of Jason and Chandra Roberts of Calkins, and is currently a sophomore at Honesdale High School.
She was involved in the Wayne County Dairy Promotion Committee as a Dairy Miss in 2018, and later as a Dairy Maid in 2021. Sydney is also highly involved in the high school girls’ wresting team and Honesdale Future Farmers of America. She has recently lettered in wrestling. and was named to the PA state all-academic girls’ wrestling team. She likes horticulture and landscaping.
A basket raffle and a free ice cream social will follow the pageant.
The Wayne County Park Street Complex is located at 648 W. Park St.
For more information or to watch the event, visit www.facebook.com/waynecodairypromotion.
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