October 5 - Birthday wishes to Anne A Dubrovsky, Heather Meachum, Nolan levine, Joanna Gass, Elana Milano, Mark Meddaugh, Talya Schlang, Jaye Nydick, Myra Rappoport, Donna Leyden, Neil Bell, Alice …
October 5 - Birthday wishes to Anne A Dubrovsky, Heather Meachum, Nolan levine, Joanna Gass, Elana Milano, Mark Meddaugh, Talya Schlang, Jaye Nydick, Myra Rappoport, Donna Leyden, Neil Bell, Alice Herzog, Laurie Kline, Alan Zuckerman, John Tomasulo, George VanArsdall, Clara Lemaire-Pratt, John Conway, Leslee Howard and the ‘Music Man’, Steve Schwartz.
Anniversary wishes to Dina and Dan Sturm, the Bonnacis, Levis, Somervilles, and the Sorensons.
Kudos to Monticello and Woodridge Kiwanis for their donation of baby clothes and infant paraphernalia for newborns and families in need at Garnet Health Medical Center Maternity.
PSA: Follow protocols., mask, and vaccinate. It’s suggested that you get a flu shot this time of year. How about Pneumonia or Shingles? 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. The Sunday Youth Running program is held at the Forest Reserve at 10am.
Spend some time at Cunningham Family Farms, open Sat-Sun, 11-5 p.m. (583-4083).
The Liberty Coat Drive Event is 10/9, 9-2 p.m. Donations should be delivered by the 8th for Rotary at Garnet Hospital, Jeff Bank branches, Kristt, or other locations. FMI: (libertyrotaryclub@ gmail.com)
Business Watch: Apply for work. Bethel Business Association, the Chamber, or NYS Employment office can help. Businesses accepting applications: 7X Motors, Villa Roma, Eldred Preserve, and local restaurants. Plan to attend ‘BBA Fall Happy Hour Socials’ to network and showcase and support our local businesses.
Engage in Bethel Woods’ free 10-Week ‘Project: Identity Photography’ Teen course on Tuesday and Sundays until 11/23 at the Conservatory at 6 p.m.
Pre-register for SC residents only Rabies Clinic on Wednesday, the 6th, sponsored by SC Public Health in Eldred at Town Clerk’s office from 6-7:30 p.m. FMI: 292-5910.
The Crawford Library hosts a great band, “Shades”, on stage on Thursday, the 7th, on the Outdoor Stage at 6 p.m. Bethel Woods Adult 5-week Photo Workshop starts on the 7th from 6-9 p.m. and runs until Nov 4th. Fee is $150/ must register.
Camille A. Brown and Dancers, as part of BW@Home, perform live and give dance lessons virtually on the 8th at 11 a.m. Rocky Horror shows start at FB Playhouse on the 8th and 9th at 8 p.m. with dinner and drinks service available from 6-7:30 p.m. Performances continue every weekend though October. “Callicoon Station” plays Rafters on Friday night. Bethel Woods hosts ‘The Big Sip’ on the 9th and 10th from 1-5 p.m. (Advance tkt) VIPs enter at 12 p.m. and includes all day wineries, distilleries, and our favorite breweries on hand with food court and live music. Day 1 hosts Lara Hope and the Ark Tones followed by Smash Mouth. Day II is Restless Age and Remember Jones. It’s ‘Sensory Friendly Museum Day’ at Bethel Woods with trained staff and augmented lighting and sound features on the 9th from 9-10:30 a.m. Mountaindale’s ‘Second Saturday’ event happens on the 9th from 11 a.m. Narrowsburg Union hosts the “Catskills Cannabis Consortium” with panel leader David Holland on the 9th from 4-6 p.m. (252-3100).
Enjoy Pilates with Andrea Lanzetti of Bodies and Plants on Sunday, the 10th on the BW Terrace Stage at 9 a.m. (Alert: Vintage Run was canceled)
Banks, schools and offices may be closed for Columbus Day on the 11th. Narrowsburg Union and Barryville Farm Markets continue Saturdays, 10-1 p.m. and Callicoon’s Market happens every Sunday, 11-2 p.m. For now, drop canned or boxed ‘Nourish Your Neighbor’ donations in the bin provided at Shephards Pantry/ White Lake Reformed Presbyterian Church.
Culture: Arts centers: Bethelwoodscenter.org, Delawarevalleyartsalliance.org, Catskillartsociety.org, Scdw.net, Nesinculturalarts.org, Hurleyvilleartscentre.org, FBplayhouse.org, Farmartscollective.org, Narrowsburgunion.com, ShadowlandStages.org. Crawford Library: www.ebcpl.org. Bethel Council of the Arts: (fb).
Visit the Museum. Guided docent tours available Friday-Sundays. The last FBP Teen class is this weekend. Contact Shadowland about Youth Sessions from the 9th until November 20. 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. NYC: MET-Metropolitan Opera, the NY Philharmonic at Lincoln Center, the “Fall for Dance Festival” at City Center, and a number of popular shows’ seats are filling up!
Suz Sez, “More excitement! The celebrations list grows with Native Americans’ and Indigenous Peoples’ Day”.
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