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October 12, 2021

Suzanne White
Posted 10/12/21

Birthday wishes to Nancy Buck, Crystal Tweed, Cris Sarosy, Angela Rien, Tierney Meddaugh, Liz Brasington, Matt Shortall, Nicolas Sforza, Cathy Travis, Louie Gold, Stuart Hirsh, Christopher VanLowe, …

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October 12, 2021


Birthday wishes to Nancy Buck, Crystal Tweed, Cris Sarosy, Angela Rien, Tierney Meddaugh, Liz Brasington, Matt Shortall, Nicolas Sforza, Cathy Travis, Louie Gold, Stuart Hirsh, Christopher VanLowe, Fred Williams, and Chris Halperin.

Anniversary wishes to the Benjamins, Grays, Liffs, Rebbas and the Zedeks.

Condolences to the family and friends of Susan Gabriel. Our sympathy to Stanley Tremper’s family. I heard there was a lovely life celebration service held for Jessica S Rankin last week.

Congratulations to Judge Mark Meddaugh, having received the Howard A. Levine Award for Excellence in Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare. It is a well deserved honor given by the state Bar Association. Kudos to Jason Feldman who added sponsorship to the NYC Halloween Parade ensuring ‘it’s a GO’! Today, the world can thank science and the researchers for a Malaria Vaccine.

PSA: Follow protocols, mask, vaccinate. Get your booster! This time of year, add the flu shot. How about Pneumonia or Shingles? Public Health - 292-5910 Mental Health - 292-8770.

To Do: Send me your news. Use Townofbethelny.us for information. Try Tuesday afternoon Raquet Ball at Duggan. ‘Dance it Off’ is scheduled on Thursdays at 6pm. The Sunday Youth Forest Reserve Running program is held at 10am. Find your pumpkin at Cunningham Farms or go apple picking at Majestic Farms.

Business Watch: Apply for work. Bethel Business Association, the Chamber, or the NYS Employment office can help. Businesses accepting applications: Annie’s Ruff Cut, Center for Discovery, 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.

Stop by the Workforce Development Job Fair at EBCrawford Library on Tuesday, the 12th, from 1-4 p.m. Bethel Woods offers the free ‘Project: Identity Photography’ Teen course on Tuesday and Sundays at the Conservatory at 6 p.m. (reg req).

Check out ‘Free Days at the Bronx Zoo’ on Wednesdays, 10-5 p.m. Req tkt available on line the Monday before!

The Bethel Business Association and Local Table & Tap welcome you to a ‘BBA Happy Hour on Thursday, the 14th, at 5:30 p.m. Network, ‘meet and greet’, join the membership. (Cash bar). Register for Crawford Library’s ‘The Secrets of a Mockingbird: The Life of Harper Lee’ virtually on the 14th at 6 p.m. Albi plays the Cochecton Pump House on Thursday evening.

Bethel Woods opens ‘Peace, Love & Pumpkins’ Walk Through in the evenings from the 15th to the 31st. Get advance tickets: $20A, 10Y, 3-17. Open 6:30-10 p.m./ last entry 9 p.m. (Look forward to the Night Fall Festival Market to be held on the 29-31st). Burn Brae Mansion offers ‘Forest Fright Trail’ from 7-10 p.m. on the 15th and 16th and following weekends. 856-3335. Rocky Horror shows continue at FBPlayhouse on the 15th and 16th at 8 p.m. with dinner and drink service available from 6-7:30 p.m. Performances continue every weekend though October. Spend some time locally at Cunningham Family Farms with family fun activities, hay ride, mazes, a small market and more. It’s open Sat-Sun, 11-5 p.m. (583-4083).

Don your buffalo plaid as Narrowsburg hosts the annual Logging Days Event on the 16th from 11-5 p.m. There will be a ‘Celebration of Life’ for Frank Alipo at Hector’s Inn on Saturday, the 16th at 2 p.m. Bring covered dish. Music provided by Johnny Jules and The Electric Chords. Attend a SPCA Wine & Tequila Tasting Fundraiser at Ciao Bella on the 16th at noon. $35pp. FMI: (845) 313-0338. ‘Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes’ play the Events Gallery at Bethel Woods on the 16th at 8 p.m. Attend a Market Shed ‘More than a Meal’ beforehand at 5 p.m. Hope Alive 845 hosts a Trunk or Treat at Bright Eyes Childcare Center in Fallsburg, on the 16th at 6-8 p.m.

It’s Deja Vu at Bethel Woods again, this time on Sunday, the 17th, with ‘More than a Meal’ at 5 and Marty Stuart in the Gallery at 8p.m.

Stop by Monteleone Gardens in Eldred (hydroponic, fresh, clean and reasonable) or order ahead for Thursday pick up: www.monteleonegardens.com or (914) 357-5843. Barryville Farm Market ends this Saturday. Narrowsburg continues until the 30th and Callicoon’s Market happens every Sunday. Canned or boxed ‘Nourish Your Neighbor’ donations can be dropped in the bin provided at Shephards Pantry-WLReformed 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 BW Museum. Docent tours are available Friday-Sundays. Contact Shadowland about Youth Sessions held through November 20. DVAA hosts Gourjon-Bieltvedt’s and Macyn Bolt’s exhibits and the CAS-Laundry King offers Kalina’s exhibit until the end of October. HPAC offers the ‘Indigenous Women’s Voices’ Exhibit until Nov 7th.

NYC: Get tickets. Fall is a fabulous time for the MET, the NY Philharmonic, dance at City Center, or any number of shows!

Suz Sez, “Happiness is not about getting everything you want- It’s about enjoying everything you have”.


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