Birthday wishes to Emily Morey, Elias Hart, Sue Foss, Evelin Schuster, Joan Farrow, Luke Farrow, Stacey Moyer, Jenny Vielandi, Nicholas Johnson, Scott Samuelson, Michele Hindley and my favorite lady, …
Birthday wishes to Emily Morey, Elias Hart, Sue Foss, Evelin Schuster, Joan Farrow, Luke Farrow, Stacey Moyer, Jenny Vielandi, Nicholas Johnson, Scott Samuelson, Michele Hindley and my favorite lady, Holly White.
Our condolences extend to the family and friends of Aaron Terpstra, a local White Lake Fireman, who passed in a tragic accident. Firematic Services were held on March 3rd. Sympathy to the family and Seventh-day Adventists’ congregation of Pastor Thomas Cusack, who passed on the 25th. His funeral service was on the 6th.
Michael Pappas, races in the USASA and leads the Catskill Mtn Series (Giant Slalom, Slalom and Boardercross), having won four gold medals on January 30th at Hunter and another four at Bellayre on February 12th. This 12 yo Monticello Middle Schooler, regionally ranked 1st in his age group and third nationally for slalom and giant, is eligible for Nationals to be held in April.
PSA: Mask. Get free test kits. Get vaxxed. FMI: 807-0925. SCPH- 292-5910.
To Do: Send me your news in advance. For local info: Townofbethelny.us and email@example.com.
Assistance: Contact Town for local CEAP Heat-Energy program applications. County-wide, for HEAP, use 807-0142. Take advantage of the ‘Save a Life’ program, installing fire-smoke alarms in qualified Bethel residences. For the county/state water and waste assistance program application, use my.ny.gov.
Donate nonperishable food and personal care items to Shephards Pantry.
Stop by the Past Perfect Bookstore Duggan location-Weekday hours are limited, but they have a vast selection of used books. FMI: 794-0017.
Business Watch: Dine in our local restaurants and cafes. Shop antiques, artists, services and retail or support their on-line business sites. Join Bethel Business Association. FMI: www.bethelbusiness.com. Use the BBA website Member Directory as a resource for services. News: ‘Bridge and Tunnel Brewery’, the former Killian Transfer Sta, is opening soon in Liberty.
Crawford Library offers trained AARP Tax Aide until April 7th. Appts: 794-4660.
Stop in for ‘Mixed Doubles Pool’ at Hector’s Inn on Tuesdays at 6:30pm.
The Town of Bethel Board Meeting will be at Duggan and on Zoom on the 9th at 7:30pm. Register to attend ‘Action Painting with Candace Rivela’ at the Bethel Woods Conservatory on the 9th at 6pm.
Join ‘Dance It Off’ on Thursdays at Duggan at 4:45pm.
Ski Villa Roma with special Bethel resident pricing on Friday Nights.
We celebrate and support Sub Zero Heroes on Saturday, the 12th. They’ll literally ‘go jump in a lake’, frozen Borean Lake in Highland, for a cure for Alzheimer’s. FMI:763-4697 or act.alz.org. DVAA hosts the ‘Thurman Barker Trio’ at Krause Recital Hall on the 12th at 2pm. Cab Franks has the music of ‘DMac Burns’ on Saturday night at 7:30pm.
Daylight Savings Time changes our clocks ahead one hour on Sunday, March 13th at 2am. Attend the March 13th Rock Hill Marathon. Check details at Celebratelifehalfmarathon.com.
Culture: Support the arts! Join Bethel Council of the Arts. Contact: BCABethelArt@gmail.com. Bethelwoodscenter.org, Catskillartsociety.org, Delawarevalleyartsalliance.org, Hurleyvilleartscentre.org, Narrowsburgunion.com, Nesinculturalarts.org, and scdw.net. Crawford Library programs: www.ebcpl.org.
Get your tickets for the Bethel Woods concert season.
“The Batman” is featured at Callicoon Movie Theater from March 11-14th. (7:30 all plus 2pm Sat and Sun). 887-4460.
DVAA has two exhibits, Thurs-Sun 11-4pm, through March 27th.
Youth can register for Bethel Woods ‘Studio at the Woods: Art’ held through April 13th or ‘Project: Identity Photography’ through May 15th. Sign up for Nesin Cultural Arts “NCA Spring ‘22 Programs” for Music, Dance, Theater and Visual Art through May 14th or FBP’s Academy series (fbplayhouse.org).
Hector’s Inn offers weekend entertainment. Cab Franks’ has Wednesday ‘Open Mic’, Thursday ‘Cab’raoke’ and weekend music. If owners would send me news, I’d add it, but for now, check events at area restaurants, bars and breweries.
Suz Sez, “Is this madness? As I write this column: An interview in Lviv, Ukraine with ‘Elana’, in a bomb shelter with her 3 children. Her English is fluent, she somehow presses on with hope as each day passes and admires ‘her people’ and her president, Zelensky. Support from NATO is present, sanctions are enforced, the US and other countries send aid as they are able, all the while civilians become more resolute, individually fighting with little weaponry compared to their foe. As the world watches, Putin charges on, innocents are killed, cities destroyed and war crimes mount... Note: US and NATO have yet to block Russian oil sales.” “Tyranny and oppression cannot be based on the price of a gallon of gas. What is the cost of freedom?”
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