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September 28, 2021

Suzanne White
Posted 9/28/21

Birthday wishes to Christine Miraglia, Rosemarie Romano, Carmela Hugel, Amanda Tweed, Antoinette Sorrentino, Blake Herfield, Randy Resnick, Judy Rhuleln, Cori Parsells, David Rosenberg, Jacob …

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September 28, 2021


Birthday wishes to Christine Miraglia, Rosemarie Romano, Carmela Hugel, Amanda Tweed, Antoinette Sorrentino, Blake Herfield, Randy Resnick, Judy Rhuleln, Cori Parsells, David Rosenberg, Jacob Friehling and DeeBee Kula.

Welcome to the world, Jake Myles Herfield and congratulations to Ilana, ‘Always Todd’ and family.

Anniversary wishes to Carole and Stanley Levinson, Marie and Dennis Dietrich, the Kilgores, the Renos and the Youngs.

Condolences to the friends and family of Frank Alipo.

Sympathy extends to those who feel the loss of Daria Kerry.  

Congratulations to Judge Josephine Finn upon her retirement. Congrats to Kim Simons and team for winning 1st episode of Food Network’s ‘Halloween Wars’!

Kudos to Denise Van Lowe for teaching Kindergarten Religious Ed class at St Peters Church. Thanks to Sullivan Correctional Facility for the United Way donation.

Kudos to Town of Thompson for the purchase of (defunct Camp Jened site) and continued development of Lake Ida Park in Rock Hill. Congrats to Sullivan Renaissance Scholarship winners: Victor Blinov, Nicole Davis, Nathaniel DePaul, Andralyn LaGuttuta, Jesse Ouimet, and Dylan Price.    

Congrats to Brendon Cunningham, Kristopher John Gwiozdowski and Anthony Freeman, honored as SCVFA Firefighters of the Year! Other Awards were also doled out at the 93rd SCVFA Parade Event: Kauneonga Lake Fire- 1st in Best appearing Pumper (20yr or older) and 1st Place, Best Appearing Small Dress Company. White Lake Fire captured Best Appearing Large Regulation Co. and Best Appearing Color Guard. PS: WLFire Co’s new rescue boat has already been used in service training.

What about Musk’s SpaceX flight and return to earth- How cool are the Dragon civilian Inspiration4 Space Crew: Jared Isaacman, Sian Proctor, Hayley Arceneaux, and Christopher Sembroski?

PSA: Recent milestone: Covid has now taken as many lives as the Spanish Flu Pandemic. Follow protocols, mask, and vaccinate. Public Health - 292-5910 Mental Health - 292-8770.  

To Do: Send me your news. Use Townofbethelny.us for information. ‘Dance it Off’ is scheduled on Thursdays at 6pm at the Town Park Pavilion / Duggan. The Sunday Running program for 6-12yo is held at the Forest Reserve at 10am.

Spend some time at Cunningham Family Farms, open Sat-Sun, 11-5pm (583-4083).                                                                                                                                               Business Watch: Apply for work locally. Contact the Bethel Business Association, Chamber, or NYS Employment office for advice. Presently, these businesses are hiring: 7X Motors, Villa Roma, Eldred Preserve, SUNY Sullivan and area restaurants.

For NYS Small Business Grants: apply at (esd.ny.gov) or Nysmallbusinessrecovery.com. Plan to attend ‘BBA Happy Hour Socials’ in the fall to network and showcase and support our local businesses.  

Engage in Bethel Woods free ‘Project: Identity Photography’ course, for Teens 14-18yo on Tuesday and Sundays at the Conservatory at 6pm. Celebrate Simchat Torah on the 29th.

Opening night of the Big Eddy Film Fest on Thursday, the 30th, serves up the NY premiere of “The First Step” at Bethel Woods (outdoors, weather permitting) at 8pm. Re: Van Jones’ attempt to pass a landmark criminal justice bill while under fire from all sides. Lance Kramer, producer, will attend. Tkt req.

River Ramblers play the ‘Uktoberfest’(in Eldred 12-5pm) at the Shrewd Fox Brewery on October 2nd at 2pm and at the Cochecton Pump Hose on Sunday, the 3rd, at 2pm. ‘Slam’ will bring down the house at the Forestburgh Tavern on Saturday night! The Hawley Harvest Hoedown-Bluegrass and Folk Concert happens at the Ritz on the 2nd at 8pm.  

Narrowsburg Union and Barryville Farm Markets continue Saturdays, 10-1pm. Callicoon’s Market happens every Sunday, 11-2pm.                                                                                                                           The Bethel Woods Art of Wellness program presents ‘Yoga with LeeAnna Maniace’ on the Field on the 3rd at 10am.

Attend the last Bethel Woods Harvest Fest this Sunday from 11am-4pm. Free / $5 parking fee. Enjoy live music (‘Shades’ perform), food truck court, corn maze, activities, and over eighty craft and regional vendors – including local farmers, artisans, homemade foods, spirits and specialty items.

‘Nourish Your Neighbor’ accepts food donations at the entrance for Shepherd’s Pantry. Add the Bethel Woods “More than a Meal” event, scheduled for 5pm before ’The Outlaws’ take the Events Gallery Stage on Sunday, the 3rd at 8pm.    

There will be a public hearing at the Planning Board meeting on the 4th at 7pm to discuss “@woods”, the ‘Catskills Tech Hub, LLC’ project proposed on Bethel’s Segar and Rosenberg Road.

Culture: Arts center contacts: Bethelwoodscenter.org, Delawarevalleyartsalliance.org, Catskillartsociety.org, Scdw.net, Nesinculturalarts.org, Hurleyvilleartscentre.org, Fbplayhouse.org, Farmartscollective.org, Nacl.org, Narrowsburgunion.com, ShadowlandStages.org. Crawford Library: www.ebcpl.org. Bethel Council of the Arts: (fb). Bethel Woods-tkts (583-2058).                       Visit the Museum. Do a guided docent tour.

FYI, the October 10th Vintage Run is canceled.                                                                        FBP also offers ‘Beyond the Page-To the Stage’ Fall Sessions for youth 8-17yo on weekends: 10/2, 3, 9,10 (794-1194).                        

Attend the Narrowsburg Union ‘Group Exhibit’ until Saturday. DVAA hosts Gourjon-Bieltvedt’s ‘Captivity’ and Macyn Bolt’s “Slow Drift” exhibits and the CAS-Laundry King offers Kalina’s “Over Time” exhibit until the end of October.                                      

While able, get tickets: NYC offers the MET-Metropolitan Opera, the NY Philharmonic at Lincoln Center and the “Fall for Dance Festival” at NYCity Center (10/13-24). Among others, ‘Hamilton’, ‘Lion King’ and ‘Wicked’ are running, too.      

Suz Sez, “675,000 and counting. It’s upsetting that you’d want to see how far we can go.”


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