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By Bookbunny on Monday, Jun. 27, 2011
We will have a selected stock of newly acquired unique science fiction at our booth for the Roxbury Sidewalk Fair this Saturday.  We had a good time at the Fair last year, and enjoyed having a good location to see the town 4th of July Parade going past. ... Read more
By Chace-Randall on Friday, Jun. 24, 2011
Chez Shay and Union Jack, photograph 1/3 by Lisa Candela Chace-Randall Gallery presents Featuring All, a group exhibition by the gallery's permanent exhibiting artists, Jun 24 - Jul 31, In the spirit of Featuring All, the gallery will be serving... Read more
By jes.vec on Thursday, Jun. 23, 2011
Christina Viafore is planning to run for Delhi Town Board. In this video, she talks a little about herself, why she loves Delhi and what she would get involved with if elected to the board.
By CDOG on Wednesday, Jun. 22, 2011
Carpooling and wearing blue encouraged. Light colors photograph much better than dark. This event will provide the material for a video that will be distributed widely. You'll have the opportunity to have your personal message to Governor Cuomo become... Read more
By Bookbunny on Tuesday, Jun. 21, 2011
We have installed an old-fashioned cork bulletin board in the bookstore for use by people advertising an event or a business or looking for information.  Anyone who would like to use the bulletin board should simply stop by the store at 300 Main Street,... Read more
By wateradmin on Sunday, Jun. 19, 2011
Something happens when you cross from Ulster into Delaware County, the crest of Highmount, the winding slide down Belleayre Mountain. The Catskill Mountains open, welcoming. The hills loosen in pastures and meadows. Steep climbs yield some of the most... Read more
By Chace-Randall on Friday, Jun. 17, 2011
Chace-Randall Gallery presents Featuring All, a group exhibition by the gallery’s permanently exhibiting artists Jun 24 – Jul 31. In the spirit of Featuring All, the gallery will be serving refreshments All day Saturday, Jun 25.     Featuring All is Chace... Read more
By GMRCS on Thursday, Jun. 16, 2011
Above: GMRCS, Inc. celebrates its victory purchase of the Sidney Center former Elementary School with a Dinner at the Silo Restaurant in Greene New York. This new not-for now renting wonderful, modern space in its facility. Visit the website... Read more
By GMRCS on Thursday, Jun. 16, 2011
  A small group of local residents and friends, after meeting every Saturday for 10 months, has successfully become a brand-new not-for-profit organization and miraculously purchased the former abandoned Sidney Center Elementary School building from the... Read more
By Chace-Randall on Wednesday, Jun. 15, 2011
Last weekend to "catch" Catskill Trout, new works in oil on plaster by Alberto Rey, through Jun 19 only. Come cast your line! Chace-Randall Gallery is located at 49 Main Street, Andes. Gallery hours: Fri - Sun and Holiday Mondays 11 - 5 and by appointment... Read more
By Bookbunny on Wednesday, Jun. 15, 2011
Paintings and photographic works by artist Richard Treitner are featured during June at Pine Hill Books, 300 Main Street, Pine Hill, until after the Fourth of July.  Treitner, a former resident of Woodstock, has been working from his home studio in Pine... Read more
By Tay Tea on Saturday, Jun. 11, 2011
Many friends and fans attended, drank Wild Woman cocktails and enjoyed the seemingly endless and beautiful vignettes in the charming old 1840's Greek Revival House that Tay Home now calls home ... Tay Home located at 131 Main street has a sprawling... Read more
By laurie on Monday, Jun. 6, 2011
 The season for local organic produce is here.      Other fabulous foods you'll find here:   Locally-raised pastured chicken Fresh seafood every week Organic ground meat, sausages, bacon, etc. Local fresh-baked whole grain breads Croissants from France... Read more
By jjefferson on Thursday, Jun. 2, 2011
Antique, Vintage, Upcycled, Hand-crafted ...Country Weekend has it all. Upstairs in the Margaretville Commons, at the intersection of Main and Bridge. Open Saturday 11-4:30, Sunday 11:30-4, by chance and by appointment. 845-586-2112... Read more
By jes.vec on Thursday, Jun. 2, 2011
The Village of Fleischmanns was recently awarded a matching grant from New York State Parks and Recreation to build a playground as part of a park restoration project. This Memorial Day weekend the three Vintage Baseball teams in Delaware county... Read more
By Chace-Randall on Thursday, May. 26, 2011
 Tune into WIOX, Roxbury, for an interview with world renowned painter and avid fly fisherman Alberto Rey, as he discusses his latest body of work: "Catskill Trout," currently on exhibit at Chace-Randall Gallery, 49 Main Street, Andes. Interview: Sunday,... Read more
By wateradmin on Monday, May. 23, 2011
May 30 • Monday • 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM • Holiday ANDES MEMORIAL DAY PARADE Come to the village and join us for the Andes Memorial Day Parade. Kick off time is around 10am or after the Trailways Bus comes through. Fire trucks, marching bands and much more... Read more
By Karen Levey on Monday, May. 23, 2011
Above: New works by James Walton Fox. Karen Levey and Larry Breakstone welcome you to visit their gallery, located in the Heart of Andes, New York at 61 Main Street. Join us Memorial Day Weekend for the opening of our Fourth Season! Thursday, May 26th -... Read more
By Pure Catskills on Friday, May. 20, 2011
The Watershed Agricultural Council is hosting the 2nd Annual Schoharie Watershed Month Environmental Film Series this weekend. Four movies, six screeenings over three days, at the Doctorow Theater on Main Street. Film Series was all made possible by... Read more


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