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Bethel - June 1

Suzanne White - Correspondent
Posted 6/1/21

Birthday wishes to John Abramshe, April Scardino, Karen Siegel, Catherine Witt, Beth Weiss, Cathleen Doherty, Lou Monteleone, Olivia Hindley, Judge Cynthia Dolan and the talented Laurie Kilgore. …

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Bethel - June 1

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Birthday wishes to John Abramshe, April Scardino, Karen Siegel, Catherine Witt, Beth Weiss, Cathleen Doherty, Lou Monteleone, Olivia Hindley, Judge Cynthia Dolan and the talented Laurie Kilgore.

Anniversary wishes to Karen and Mike Fisher.

Public Service: Get vaccinated! There have been protocol and restriction changes. Masking is now optional, but wise and useful in certain situations.

Info: SC Public Health - (845) 292-5910. Mental Health - 292-8770. Community Assistance - 807-0925.

To Do: Check the Townofbethelny.us site for the newsletter, jobs, and Parks and Rec info. See P&R for the summer scheduled basketball, Zumba, TaiChi, Pickleball, and workshops that start in June.

Support the Bethel Business Association (www.bethel business.com). Join with the 2021 application and discounted $30 fee. The BBA welcomes its newest members: Michael Rushanski, Realtor and Myriam Lopez, Catskills Pilates.

Volunteer with local organizations like Bethel Lions, Senior Citizens, or any of the Emergency groups or Fire Departments. Form a Litter Pluck and use the SC Catskills Program's free offers until 6/30. FMI: 807-0287. Tour the Bethel Heritage Trail www.bethelheritagetrail.org or ride the Dove Trail (sullivancatskills.com).

Apparently, Bethel will be a Sullivan Renaissance Municipal Partnership participant this year. The Town will be installing pavers at a Heritage Trail site and hiring two landscape-beautification and caretaker employees with the grant.

Mark your calendar for the start of Bethel Lakeside Music on Thursday, June 24th! Support our Ag community and drop by the farmer's markets that have opened in almost every town. Kauneonga Lake Market will open on June 26th.

Register for the R4-Rhulen Rock Hill Run & Ramble using rockhillrun.com.

Let's get out: The local restaurants and our favorite ice cream spots are open. The Fat Lady Cafe has opened. Friends Bar & Grill joins the list soon. The Eldred Preserve-Bradstan Boutique Hotel and Old Homestead Restaurant is exquisite and taking reservations. We await dates for the Chatwal Lodge at Chapin and Callicoon Hills. The Kartrite, under new management, opens July 1st.

Purchase tickets and attend Bethel Woods “More Than a Meal” with Glenn Heller Jazz/ Food Fusion Dining at the Market Sheds on the 3rd at 5 p.m. (ticketmaster.com). Attend ‘Dance It Off' on Thursdays at Duggan at 5:45 p.m. Bethel Yoga with LeeAnna is held at the Kauneonga Lake Community Park on Saturdays at 10 a.m.

Ora hosts ‘Wagging Tail' Yoga in her Bethel studio on Sunday mornings (Waggingtailyoga.com). Join “Walk Lakeside” on Mondays at Duggan at 4:15 p.m.

Culture: Arts center visit planning: Bethelwoodscenter.org, Delawarevalleyartsalliance.org, Catskillartsociety.org, Nesinculturalarts.org, Hurleyvilleartscentre.org, fbplayhouse.org, Farmartscollective.org, and Narrowsburgunion.com.

You can view previously recorded Crawford Library programs/youtubes on www.ebcpl.org or the Louv're Art Database at (collections.Louvre.fr). Use VanGoghExpo.com to book their NYC summer event or (banksyexpo.com) for the “Banksy Expo: Genius or Vandal?” city street pop up in August.

Register for Youth programs: ‘Academy at Shadowland Stages', the Forestburgh Playhouse Music-Theater education, NCA's August Arts Academy (akiko@SCCOplayers.com) and Bethel Woods P.L.A.Y Summer Sessions. Visit Bethel Woods Museum, take a Virtual or In-Person Field Trip, do the Bindy Bazaar Trail and Monument Photo Op or attend a ‘More than a Meal' event. Keep tabs on the ‘21 concert calendar.

As of Memorial Day, six headliners have made the pavilion list and a number of concerts are scheduled for the Events Gallery in the fall. Watch for and stop by local hot spots that will be adding entertainment.

“Support Local 845”: Now that we're free to roam, it's time to spend and support local business! Let me know your news.

Suz Sez, “It does not require many words to admit or speak the truth.”

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