Enter the Adult Summer Reading Challenge Program now through September 7th. Borrow a book or audiobook from the Western Sullivan Public Library through curbside pickup or via OverDrive or Libby and …
Enter the Adult Summer Reading Challenge Program now through September 7th. Borrow a book or audiobook from the Western Sullivan Public Library through curbside pickup or via OverDrive or Libby and tell them what you think of it.
To enter, complete the book review form found on the Adult Programs page on their website at WSPLonline.org. Multiple entries are permitted. See website for official rules.
A $50 gift certificate to a local restaurant will be awarded to the winner of each of the categories, the funniest book review, the book review that makes you want to read the book, and the patron that reads the most books and, therefore submits the most reviews! For more information call (845)482-4350.
Domesticities & The Cutting Garden (located at 4055 State Rte 52, Youngsville) lists their August hours as Friday & Saturday 11-5, Sunday 11-4 and Monday 11-5. Stop in and see their flowers and vegetables.
Friday, August 14th there will be live music at Lorenzo's Bistro -outdoors weather permitting and indoors if the weather doesn't cooperate, with limited seating. ( now at 4887 State Route 52 in Jeffersonville) Ross Mandel (Lucky Louie Blues Company) will be playing. This event is hosted by Lorenzo's Bistro, Lucky Louie Blues Co. and David J. Lorenzo. Then on Saturday night, they will be hosting “Prime Rib Night” with king & queen cuts and 2 sides. Reservations are suggested as seating is limited, call (845) 482-2215.
A Big “Thank You” to the Sullivan Renaissance Gardening Team, JEMS Members and our Intern Henry and his sister Arly for all of their work over three very hot and humid days last week! They cleaned out and mulched the gardens by the firehouse and Peck's Market as well as other gardens on Main Street in Jeff. Terrific job and so appreciated by all of us!
My “Cub Reporter” Jack Costello has been very busy selling the duck race tickets for Saturday, September 12th. He asks that I tell everyone we are only selling 1000 tickets with four chances to win a cash prize. He is running out of tickets fast - don't wait until the last minute if you are interested in getting some!
The Cornell Cooperative Extension Center will offer tai chi again using Zoom, starting a second session of 16 classes on October 13 and on Tuesdays and Thursdays thereafter, at 3:30 p.m. Tai chi is an ancient Chinese practice that combines slow, smooth movements with deep breathing, helps increase strength, balance, and posture, prevents the risk of falls, and reduces stress. Visit sullivancce.org for more information and to register.