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By laurie on Sunday, Jul. 17, 2011
In season, most weeks a wonderful array of astonishingly beautiful local produce arrives.  This week it's cucumbers, yellow summer squash, zucchini, new white potatoes, new red potatoes, white summer onions, leeks, early green cabbages, lettuces, swiss... Read more
By West Kortright Centre on Thursday, Jul. 14, 2011
Sponsored by Onontio Landscaping and Ambit Energy In the Franklin, Treadwell & East Meredith area July 24, Sunday, 11 AM–4 PM Journey beautiful northern Catskills roads to take a... Read more
By Bookbunny on Thursday, Jul. 14, 2011
The organizer of the Shandaken Art Studio Tour burst into the store this afternoon with his retired zookeeper sister from San Francisco in tow.  He thrust a stack of Studio Tour brochures into my hand, and said "get ready for lot's of people, where should... Read more
By Chace-Randall on Thursday, Jul. 14, 2011
Phrase of day: "without incident," as huge crate chair paintings arrives from Venice, Italy...the face on the FedEx man as he wheeled!...made his life easier, un-crated on lawn...Upcoming exhibition" Portraits," "East Enders" by Keith Cardwell and "... Read more
By wateradmin on Thursday, Jul. 14, 2011
ORNAMENTAL & SHADE TREES  Birch, European White Clump Whitespire (Betula alba whitespire clump) Very attractive tree with bark that turns white as tree matures.     Clump Form–3 or more stems. Zone 2. Resistant to Birch Borer   Birch, European... Read more
By wateradmin on Thursday, Jul. 14, 2011
The 9th Annual Catskill Community Garden Club Garden Tour Saturday, July 16, 2011 - 9am-4pm 9am-9:45am: begin the tour north of Roxbury. Make a right at Hubbell Corners, and continue over the little bridge. At the fork, GO LEFT up Montgomery Hollow Road... Read more
By wateradmin on Thursday, Jul. 14, 2011
    • America’s favorite apple! • "Branched" to produce apples quicker • Adaptable to various soil types Red Delicious Apples are the most widely grown apples throughout the world because of their delicious flavor. Juicy, crispy… everything you’d want.... Read more
By wateradmin on Thursday, Jul. 14, 2011
Planting a new tree is best done in the dormant season (late fall, or early spring). This allows the tree to focus its production on its root system rather than its canopy. A healthy tree will have strong healthy roots, so keep this in mind while planning... Read more
By Chace-Randall on Wednesday, Jul. 13, 2011
Just received UPS message, adult signature required, new Cali wines arrive Bastille Day...must open one or two, eat cake by the gallery stream...ummmm, idea: special collectors welcome streamside...for now shop dinner for 8 this Saturday, enjoy... Read more
By jes.vec on Wednesday, Jul. 13, 2011
This year Arc's Trout in the Classroom program raised a record 250 fish which were released into the Delaware River in June. Ira McIntosh entertains children with fishing songs, at Arc in Walton a few days before the release.
By Chace-Randall on Tuesday, Jul. 12, 2011
Last evening garden stroll, pick currants, gooseberries peas, sip prosecco, home of artist Meredith kitchen stir shrimp, scallops, talk upcoming exhibition, September, while husbands @ patio ping pong...dine w/torches blue/white linens,... Read more
By Bookbunny on Monday, Jul. 11, 2011
The work of Pine Hill artist Richard Treitner will be on display at the Pine Hill Books, 300 Main Street, next to the Post Office as a part of the Shandaken Art Tour.  Treitner's work was originally set for display at Tokval's in Willow, but a change in... Read more
By Chace-Randall on Sunday, Jul. 10, 2011
Chair Portraits, new works by Stacy Gibboni, Venice, Italy, just cleared customs, and Chace-Randall Gallery is quite excited! Ms. Gibboni arrives for her two-person exhibition opening August 5, 2011: Portraits, East Enders by Keith Cardwell and Chairs by... Read more
By jjefferson on Saturday, Jul. 9, 2011
The sound of a frog splashing in the pond, the smell of campfires and pine trees, fireflies, the coolness of a brook, writing a letter to a friend, sitting on the porch, eating blackberries, time to bake and read a whole book, slicing tomatoes from the... Read more
By Karen Levey on Saturday, Jul. 9, 2011
Above: "Little Grey Center," John Egner. Acrylic on canvas. SIXTY ONE MAIN GALLERY IS HAVING A PARTY SATURDAY, JULY 16th 5-7pm In Honor of Gallery Artists and Celebrating our Fourth Season of Exhibiting a Rich Collection of Contemporary... Read more
By CDOG on Thursday, Jul. 7, 2011
Thanks to Vecc Videography and Tim Ruggiero
By CDOG on Thursday, Jul. 7, 2011
  Then-current conditions prompted us to put the following on our website in 2009:Chenango Delaware Otsego Gas Group Position on Selective Protections by the State of New York:CDOG opposes any New York State natural gas drilling legislation or agency ... Read more
By trish adams on Thursday, Jun. 30, 2011
In honor of the passage of the Marriage Equality Law in New York State (finally!), Public would like to toast all of those, gay or straight, who are bravely tying the knot. Just "show us the ring" or let us know you're getting hitched, and enjoy a... Read more
By Tay Tea on Thursday, Jun. 30, 2011
HAPPY 4th of July!SUMMER is officially here and we're  SO ready for it... This season we are pleased to announce our collaboration with 3 talented local chefs (Lucky Dog, Taylor Foster & Lizabelle Burke) to create delicious, fresh foods (both sweet... Read more
By wateradmin on Monday, Jun. 27, 2011
For anyone interested, O'Connor Hospital is supporting a free seminar along with Bassett Healthcare Network on "Do You Have Scoliosis"? 'Dr. Reginald Knight is presenting a session on Diagnosis and Management of Adult Scoliosis on Wednesday, June 29th at... Read more


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