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October 31, 2023

Suzanne White
Posted 10/31/23

Birthday wishes to Henry Bloom, Bradley Somerville, Ben Cohen, Mike Salomon, Rochi Ramos, Laurie Frunzi, Sharon Jankiewicz, Sharon Thomas, Perry Florano, Ashli Tolli, and Edie Epstein.    

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October 31, 2023


Birthday wishes to Henry Bloom, Bradley Somerville, Ben Cohen, Mike Salomon, Rochi Ramos, Laurie Frunzi, Sharon Jankiewicz, Sharon Thomas, Perry Florano, Ashli Tolli, and Edie Epstein.   

Congratulations to Courtney DiBona and Richard Stieglitz who were married in Beacon this past weekend.

Kudos to Steven Raabe: Kiwanis’ recognized him for serving eight years as Monti High School Key Club Faculty Advisor.

PSA: Emergency: 911 or 988. OD: 866-832-5575. SC Health: 845-292-5910. Think you have a cold? Test for Covid.

Town info, meeting links, minutes: www.townofbethelny.us. For Parks & Rec activities: website or 845-583-5360.    Applications for local CEAP are available at Town offices. A one-time $150 grant is given to those in need.

See Rita: Leftover Doe Management permits will be available on Nov 1-First come, first served until all units are taken.

Nourish Your Neighbor is collecting non-perishable food for Shephard’s Pantry at Town Hall, WL and KL Post Offices, and 

Business Watch: Dine, shop and support local services and professionals! Refer to www.bethelnybba.com.

The Bethel Business association welcomes and supports the most recent member, Santorini Mix Grill in Kauneonga.

Order Thanksgiving Dinner from BigKev’s BBQ by November 12th- 845-796-8199.       

Play The RWC Monster Golf Course to see if it lives up to your expectation. Watch Holiday Mountain’s progress. Season Passes are discounted until Nov 9th  (845-796-3161).

Peace! For a holiday gift, get one of the last hand-painted, Woodstock-themed (NYS reg) logo disks or logo Tshirt (845-798-0818) or a Peace Fence Peace-sign necklace, created from the original fencing from Woodstock! Check out Lori Rae Jewelry’s inventory on-line or at a local Market booth!   

Join the Food Scrap Recycling Pilot Program-845-807-0291.

Until the 31st, Monticello Rotary Coat Drive is collecting at EB Crawford Library. Coats are distributed by United Way.

Halloween is finally here! Go to the Halloween Haunted House & Trunk or Treat on Tuesday, the 31st at 6pm at Liberty’s Panda’s Parlor or choose the trip to Monroe for Museum Village’s free ‘All Hallow’s Eve’. It’s been a Go-To for years! 

DST rule is to turn your clocks back one hour on the 5th at 2am and then complain about the new schedule of darkness... There will be a special mass at Monticello St John’s Church on the 5th at 9:30am to honor and bless SC Firefighters.   

Mark your calendar: Town Departments will be closed on Election Day, the 7th, and the 10th, in honor of Veteran’s Day. Vote on Election Day, November 7th at Duggan Community Center from 6am-9pm.

Eileen Morey reminds us that Smallwood Mongaup Valley Auxiliary will be selling Krispy Kreme donuts at Duggan on Election Day from 7am until sold out. Support the SMVFD Auxiliary fundraiser! A Kenoza Lake group also sells donuts at the Fire House on the 7th from 9am and soup and chili from 10am and Jeffersonville offers a Soup Sale at the Presbyterian Church from 11am until sold out.

Arts & Culture: BCA@BethelArt.org, Bethelwoodscenter.org, Bashakillvineyards.com, Callicoontheater.com, Catskillartspace.org, Cobaltstudios.net, Delawarehighlands.org, Delawarevalleyartsalliance.org, Ebcpl.org, Farmartscollective.org, Fbplayhhouse.org, Hurleyvilleartscentre.org, Narrowsburgunion.com, Nesinculturalarts.org, Theeldredpreserve.com, sccoplayers.org, scdw.net, shadowlandstages.org, and scnyhistory.org.

Bethel Woods offers the Museum with unique exhibits and docent tours, Event Gallery shows, and special events.  

Serious artists should check out Cobalt Studios’ fall seminar schedule.

CASpace hosts the Davidson-Nolen exhibit through November 25th.

DVAA is calling for submissions for ‘Art in Sixes’ with a deadline of November 5th. The exhibit will run 11/18-12/23.  

Narrowsburg Union hosts Mark Goff Photography and Chris Ramirez photos.

Hurleyville PAC screens “Priscilla” on the 3rd -12th (F-6pm, Sat-3&7pm, Sun-2pm).   

Callicoon Movie Theater gives us a Halloween Show on the 31st at 7:30pm and “Killers of the Flower Moon” on the 3- 6th (7:30 all, 2pm Sat and Sun). 

Farm Markets: Callicoon, every Sunday. 11-2pm.    

Fall Foliage Report: iloveny.com. We finally had a nice weekend. One out of eight or nine. Hooray!

Send me your news that’s fit to print. 

Suz sez: “Lately there are more frightening realities than Halloween”.


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