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By Chace-Randall on Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2011
We're taking apart, wrapping and unwrapping, hammering and pulling nails...spackle, paint, rehang...nope, a pinch too high, try again. By Friday gallery visitors will have no idea what a mess Chace-Randall Gallery was on Tuesday. Portraits: East Enders by... Read more
By West Kortright Centre on Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2011
(EAST MEREDITH) The West Kortright Centre is offering a workshop geared for women of all ages. East Meets West: A Theater Workshop for Women will be taught by actress/performance artist Lanny Harrison. The workshop will be held on three Thursdays, August... Read more
By chachahut on Monday, Aug. 1, 2011
WHAT: Cha Cha Hut @ The New Kingston Film Festival WHERE: 5177 County Highway 6 , New Kingston NY (the field behind the Presbyterian church) WHEN: Saturday August 6 : 6:00 – 9:00PM WHY: Great films & excellent BBQ under the stars We will close at 5PM... Read more
By Chace-Randall on Sunday, Jul. 31, 2011
Chace-Randall Gallery has had a virtual face lift: new pics, new color scheme, a new freshness! Visit our website and see what you think: Vist the actual space: 49 Main Street, Andes, New York. It's worth a gander. Hanging our... Read more
By Bookbunny on Saturday, Jul. 30, 2011
We will have a booth at next Saturdays Margaretville Antiques Fair for the fourth yesr in a row.  Our booth will feature vintage comic books and records at prices whcih cannot be matched in Brooklyn and other urban centers. We will have an extensive... Read more
By Chace-Randall on Friday, Jul. 29, 2011
As excited as Chace-Randall Gallery is to hang each new show, there is always a  sadness in dismantling the last. This weekend is the last chance to see Featuring All as it many treasures now to be dealt out of the closet, as we often do...... Read more
By laurie on Thursday, Jul. 28, 2011
Hello, neighbors far & wide - Every other Friday, God willin' and the creek don't rise, we deliver to Margaretville, Andes, & surrounds; the alternate Friday to Roscoe and the surrounding area.  A few days before the run, I send an e-mail heads-... Read more
By Pure Catskills on Thursday, Jul. 28, 2011
Photo:  The CRAFT group on its June visit to Willow Wisp Organic Farm. WALTON, NY - On Monday, August 8th, the Catskills CRAFT group will meet from 5 to 7 p.m. at Lucky Dog Organic Farm in Hamden, NY. Catskills CRAFT, or Collaborative Regional Alliance... Read more
By bedandbath on Wednesday, Jul. 27, 2011
Bed & Bath Shoppe carries JR Watkins Apothecary... offering natural products since 1868. ***New arrivals *** Sugar & Shea Body Scrub for lusciously soft skin! Coconut Milk & Honey Skin Lotion Lavender Body Oil for after bath or massage... Read more
By wateradmin on Wednesday, Jul. 27, 2011
“Ascent" is a tribute to the lives lost on Sept. 11th. It represents a celebration of life, the release from tragedy, and the process of healing. It is a marker of sacred memory. A testament not only to the lives we lost but to all of us who remain. Most... Read more
By West Kortright Centre on Tuesday, Jul. 26, 2011
The West Kortright Centre’s third exhibition of the season presents “Part of the Story,” new work by Walter Gurbo. There is an artist’s reception in the Roberts Room Gallery on Friday, August 5, from 5 to 7PM sponsored by Brewery Ommegang. The exhibit... Read more
By West Kortright Centre on Tuesday, Jul. 26, 2011
On Wednesday, August 3 at 7:30 PM The West Kortright Centre presents the renowned Irish band, Cherish the Ladies. There will be a Members Appreciation Reception at 6:30 PM. This performance is sponsored by Boynton Pro Audio. For the past twenty-five years... Read more
By wateradmin on Sunday, Jul. 24, 2011
Attention Gardeners in the Roxbury Margaretville area: It’s been a HOT summer so far this season! Maybe not so comfortable for working outdoors, but many of our local vegetable gardens have really taken off! If you have any fresh produce you would like to... Read more
By West Kortright Centre on Friday, Jul. 22, 2011
On Friday, July 29 and Saturday, July 30 the West Kortright Centre’s Young People’s Theater Arts Workshops will present its 24th Annual Shakespeare in the Valley weekend. Each evening will begin at 6 PM with the Introduction to Acting Workshop cast of... Read more
By Tay Tea on Wednesday, Jul. 20, 2011
I have always thought of my tea shop as an oasis for friends; a place where people can come to relax and enjoy themselves. Now with the addition of offering Massage & Yoga at Tay Home I feel that we are closer to that destination. Our recent move to... Read more
By Chace-Randall on Tuesday, Jul. 19, 2011
More new work arrives Chace-Randall Gallery, styrofoam peanuts covering parlor floor, as, excitedly, gallery director Zoe Randall unwraps Anhinga and Heron, new works in mixed media by Inverna Lockpez, just arrived from norhern Florida. Come see! 49 Main... Read more
By CDOG on Monday, Jul. 18, 2011
Link to complete 19-page document here: From the executive summary: “The potential transportation impacts are ominous. Assuming current gas drilling technology and a lower level... Read more
By Matthew Perry on Monday, Jul. 18, 2011
This lovely four-bedroom, two-bath house in New Kingston--between Margaretville and Andes--is available for rent, starting August or September (dates flexible). It's a classic American four-square from 1914, with original woodwork and detailing... Read more
By Country House Realty on Monday, Jul. 18, 2011
The Four-Season Lodge is an exceptional getaway for outdoor lovers who want to hike, bike, snow shoe, x-country ski, or swim, without leaving the 100 acre property. The 8' deep swimming pond (one of two ponds) stays nice and cool from the springs, and the... Read more
By GMRCS on Monday, Jul. 18, 2011
Excitement is building on the farms, in the village and throughout the valleys as GREATER MAYWOOD RURAL COMMUNITY SERVICES prepares to open its doors for its FIRST public event at the new COMMUNITY CENTER housed in the former Sidney Center Elementary... Read more


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