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Sunday, March 18, 2018

Community Calendar

Friday, March 16

Movers and Shakers Dance Party, 11 a.m., E.B. Crawford Public Library, bring your little ones (infants-5 years old)

Monticello High Dance Competition - Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Competition starts at 7 p.m. $3 donation recommended.

Saturday, March 17

Delaware Riverkeeper, Maya van Rossum! Join Maya for a signing and talk on her new book, The Green Amendment: Securing our Right to a Healthy Environment. Come out and meet Maya, pick up a copy of the book, and learn about the future of environmental advocacy! At 4 p.m., Mamakating Library, 128 Sullivan Street, Wurtsboro. This event is open to the public.

Sunday, March 18

Annual Spring Pancake Breakfast- Buttermilk pancakes, eggs, sausage, home fries, coffee, juice. Adults $7, Seniors $5, children $4, under five free. Located at Monticello Firehouse, 23 Richardson Ave.

Alcoholics Anonymous 10 a.m. at Ted Stroebele Recreation Center, 10 Jefferson Street, Monticello, NY. (845) 234-4841.

Tuesday, March 20

Breakout Game for Kids, EBCPL, 4 or 5 p.m., Kids ages 7-11 are invited to join. Call the library at (845) 794-4660 ext. 5 to register. This month there are two sessions.

Local Events

Santa Express arrives early in Fallsburg

FALLSBURG - Everyone knows that Santa Claus comes but once a year, and this year he came a little bit earlier than usual to the Town of Fallsburg. The huge float containing The Santa Express turned the corner at Route 42 and heading up to the Town Square exactly at 5 PM. With headlights beaming, ... read more

A musical afternoon to raise money for Nesin Scholarship

FORESTBURGH - Attendees were treated to local musical talent and brunch as Nesin Cultural Arts recently held its 8th annual fundraiser for the Eugene D. Nesin Memorial Scholarship at the Forestburgh Playhouse tavern.
“My husband passed away in February 2009,” Ellen Nesin explained. The memorial ... read more

Town of Liberty Plans Annual Halloween Parade for Saturday, October 28

LIBERTY - The Town of Liberty's annual Halloween Parade will take place Saturday, October 28. The parade will step off at 12:00 noon, and marchers and floats will journey down Main Street. Lineup for the parade will begin at 11:00 a.m. at the municipal parking lot behind the Elks Lodge.
There ... read more

Hancock to hold 10th annual Harvest Days

HANCOCK - Hancock celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Hancock Harvest Days this year on Friday and Saturday October 6 & 7 at the Hancock Town Square. This much-beloved annual event is presented by the Hancock Education Foundation.
Returning by popular demand to perform this year at the ... read more

Literacy Volunteers celebrate Family Literacy Week

SULLIVAN COUNTY - Literacy Volunteers of Sullivan County encourages people throughout New York State to observe National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week, September 24th through September 30th. Despite the significant role of literacy in today's world, often little attention is paid to ... read more

Last call for DVCS All-Class Reunion

CALLICOON — If you were a proud DVCS Eagle, then you won't want to miss this year's Delaware Valley Central School All-Class Reunion which will be held on October 7 at the Villa Roma Clubhouse Restaurant.
For just $39 per person, you will have a chance to reminisce with your former DVCS ... read more

John Neilson Gallery to host ‘Mystical Forest'

WURTSBORO - From September 30 to October 29, the John Neilson Gallery in collaboration with the Wurtsboro Art Alliance will be hosting an exhibit entitled “Mystical Forest.” The exhibit will feature a variety of images and media featuring the flora and fauna of mystical forest. The John Neilson ... read more

Jeffersonville Lions Club holding charity horse show

JEFFERSONVILLE - The Jeffersonville Lions Club will be hosting its annual charity horse show at Bridle Hill Farm on Saturday, September 30. Hunt seat and western classes for all levels of horse and rider are on the schedule. The farm is on Hemmer Road outside of Jeffersonville and spectators are ... read more

Introduction to Abhidhamma for Artists

NARROWSBURG — A talk by Karen Morris, “Introduction to Abhidhamma for Artists,” will be held on Friday, October 6, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Two Rivers Zen Community, 76 Main Street. Q&A and light refreshments will follow the talk.
The Abhidhamma discourse on the nature of perception and reality ... read more

Forum on Constitutional Convention set

LIBERTY - The New York State Constitution requires that every 20 years the people decide if a Constitutional Convention should be held to consider amendments to the State Constitution. The purpose of this Ballot Question - “Shall there be a convention to revise the Constitution and amend the same?” ... read more

Extension offers Yoga4Classrooms training for local schools

LIBERTY - Yoga4Classrooms uses mindfulness practices in the classroom to support students and teachers in behaviors that lead to a peaceful and engaged classroom environment. This is a multi-year program, spanning two academic years. With funding from the NYS Department of Health, Cornell ... read more

Discover the story of Sullivan County's new arrivals

SULLIVAN COUNTY - The Sullivan County Human Rights Commission is proud to sponsor County Historian John Conway's presentation “Strangers in Our Midst: New Ethnicities in Sullivan County History.”
Sullivan County has long been home to a rich tapestry of ethnic and religious diversity. The area ... read more

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