Upper Delaware articles
Did you know that our diverse river valley contains pockets of unique bands that are continually introducing new and original music to audiences all about our towns? Some of these independent artists are even taking their show on the road, and most have at least one CD under the belt.
When it comes to hiking, autumn is probably an even better time than summer. Not only are the temperatures generally more comfortable, but with the leaves already starting to fall, spectacular vistas open up that are hidden or only dimly glimpsed in the warmer months.
Abandoned Hard Cider’s first batch was brewed in a farmhouse basement four Septembers ago. It wasn’t necessarily a passion for apples that attracted co-founder Martin Bernstein to the endeavor, but a curiosity—and certainly a hunger—to utilize at least some of the autumnal abundance of his Catskills home.
CALLICOON, NY — If the Abandoned Cidery is a great example of “up-cycling” abandoned apple trees, the young orchards of the upcoming Seminary Hill Cidery demonstrate another variety of environmental good stewardship: they are a wonderful example of holistic growing practices.
Sat., Sept. 8
11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Mostly Harford and Broad streets, plus the Ann Street Park and the Milford Theatre
The Upper Delaware River region is known for many things. Rafting, canoeing, camping and swimming are some that spring to mind. The scenic splendor of the area serves as a perfect backdrop for community-oriented events throughout the year.
Two hundred yards up the hill from my home in Bethany, PA, hidden in the heart of the borough park, is a small canister that few people have found or even noticed during the six years of its existence.
As the cooler temperatures start to hit and the leaves start to change, we all know that fall is in the air. For some of us, this time of year may signify hay rides, pumpkins and hot apple cider. For some, it may mean it is time to find the closest corn maze for an annual corn maze adventure.
Say the words “The Poconos” or “The Catskills” and your listeners will probably conjure up wonderful images of lush forests, sparkling lakes, exhilarating speedboat rides, fly fishing in mountain streams, challenging golf games or tubing and kayaking on the Delaware.