If you have not yet been to “Peace, Love & Lights,” the holiday light show at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, you do not know what you are missing. This past weekend, there were six …
If you have not yet been to “Peace, Love & Lights,” the holiday light show at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, you do not know what you are missing. This past weekend, there were six of us in my friend’s SUV. We all had our masks on and the windows open for fresh air. The light show was amazing—a must-see. It is open now through Sunday, January 3. At the start of the ride, tune in to the recommended radio station for Christmas songs. We had so much fun singing and laughing when we messed up the words; it made me feel like a little kid. A great time was had by all.
Here’s a very important reminder: If you sold or brought a house in Cochecton in the last year, please make sure you contact the assessor, Lorry King, with the new owner’s information. King can be reached by calling 845/932-8360 ext. 12.
The members of the Lake Huntington Presbyterian Church Ladies Aid wish to thank its members, friends and community who supported our Bakeless Bake Sale. It was a tremendous success! We thank you all for your generous donations to our fundraising effort during this difficult time.
In the past, I told you I have new neighbors, Colin and Holly Gallagher. Colin sent me an email letting me know that Holly opened Botanist Vegan Taco, a pop-up, takeaway food vendor located in The Narrowsburg Union that’s open Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Stop by to order! Here are just few things on the menu: not-chicken and mushroom Asada tacos, Indian-spiced chickpea and sweet potato curry, market vegetable and lentil shepherd’s pie, and more items to come. Payment is debit or credit card only. Narrowsburg Union has free parking. There’s a firepit outside to warm customers who take advantage of the outdoor, socially distant seating. Please stop by and enjoy a yummy taco in a safe environment. Visit them online at www.botanistvegan.com.
If you’re looking to donate toys to local families, there are drop-off locations in Pete’s Market, the Narrowsburg Post Office and St. Francis Xavier Church.