As the sun beams brighter and the days grow longer, it's time to dive headfirst into the carefree and playful spirit that May brings. The warmer weather means more days on the lake and fun with the …
As the sun beams brighter and the days grow longer, it's time to dive headfirst into the carefree and playful spirit that May brings. The warmer weather means more days on the lake and fun with the family.
Here are a few upcoming local events that are happening in our community and nearby towns.
Announcing Catskills Hidden Jewel Lake Huntington, NY: Photography of Lindita Lushaj, held at the Narrowsburg Union Digital Gallery. An opening reception will be held on Sunday, June 4 at 12 noon.
It features the Delaware Valley Opera, photography and a music performance.
This show is a heartfelt tribute to the captivating natural beauty of Lake Huntington throughout the year.
It’s about sharing and appreciating the beauty of this place that we call home.
The show takes place from Saturday, June 3 to Sunday, July 2.
The Union Digital Gallery is located at 7 Erie Ave., Narrowsburg NY.
There will be a 3D archery challenge on Sunday, June 11 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Sullivan County Conservation Club. The club is located at 140 Kortright Rd. in Ferndale. There’s a $20 entry fee.
For more information, contact Mike Leavitt at 845/742-2769.
The 2023 Bowhunter Youth Camp will take place on July 8 and 9 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Youth Bowhunter Camp is open to all youths aged 11 to 16 in DEC Region 3, which includes Sullivan County. Space is limited and the deadline for applications is Friday, June 30.
For more information, call 845/794-6752 or email email@example.com.
Chi Kids Summer Camp is built on a foundation of mindfulness. It’s a community-based camp that honors the journey of a child.
With mindfulness and SEL (Social Emotional Learning) tools for success interwoven into their everyday play, the camps offer campers, camp counselors, and CITs (Counselors in Training) opportunities to explore nature, get messy and to create lasting friendships!
With a Montessori-style set up the campers, along with CITs and counselors, will engage in a variety of activities that support personal and group expression, and physical and mental health, while cultivating a child’s overall sense of well-being.
Some of the activities they include in the camps include (but are not limited to) archery, soccer, aerial arts, movement, art, animal husbandry, herbalism, gardening, theater, music, foraging, wild fort building and MORE!
Activities are led by professional teaching artists. It’s a real gift to have these teachers sharing their passions with the children.
There are two sessions: July 3-July 15 and July 17-28, both from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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