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"Local" video at Roxbury Library

The Roxbury Library Association (RLA) will offer a screening and a group discussion of “Catskill Mountain Locals,” a video directed by Margaretville resident Roger Bobley on Tuesday, May 12 at 1 p.m.
Regular RLA Tuesday Forum attendees will provide refreshments following the film screening and discussion session. The RLA welcomes the public to all Tuesday Forum events, programs, and activities, which are free of charge.


Life issues forum topic

Roxbury — Engaging the World Forum, a gathering where people of faith look at and share thoughts on difficult issues of contemporary life, will meet this Sunday, April 26 at 3 p.m. in the Carriage House at the Jay Gould Memorial Reformed Church in
Roxbury, to address the question: “Is it OK to Die?”


RCS students fared well at Olympiad

Close to 300 junior high schools started competition last fall with only the top 38 in the state qualifying for the state finals held last weekend at SUNY at New Paltz. Roxbury finished a respectable 26th including four of the 25 events in the top 10.


Doors of Roxbury project set to open April 25

Roxbury — Whether you are a painter, sculptor or even a welder, area artists are invited to unlock the doors of their creativity with an exciting new public arts project.
Sponsored by the MARK Project and funded in part by the NYSCA Community Arts Funding Program administered in Delaware County by The Roxbury Arts Group, the Doors of Roxbury came to light through the efforts of local artist Herrat Sommerhoff who will be working with another local artist, Nat Thomas, on this re-claim, re-use and recycle group effort.


Roxbury News: April 22, 2009

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The annual spring card party for the benefit of the Roxbury Senior Citizens Club happens on Wednesday, April 29 from noon to 4 p.m. at the Firehall in Roxbury. Lunch will be served. All are welcome to attend an afternoon of cards and other games, raffles and door prizes. Cost for this fun event is $5.


Exhibit to be unveiled at Burroughs Field

Roxbury — A new outdoor exhibit will be unveiled Saturday, May 2 at 11 a.m. at Burroughs Memorial Field State Historic Site in Roxbury, Delaware County.
The kiosk, first erected in the mid-1980s, has been redesigned with fresh photos and updated text interpreting the life and legacy of literary naturalist John Burroughs who is buried at the site.


Roxbury News: April 15, 2009

by Barbara Scudder
It was a full house at the John Burroughs 172nd Birthday Party held at Cassie’s Café in Roxbury on Saturday, April 4. A dramatic reading “A Delaware County Life,” composed entirely from Burroughs’ works, was compiled and edited by Francis (Frank) Carbone of New Kingston. Fourteen readers from Roxbury and surrounding communities shared Burroughs’ reflections on everything from stone walls to birds’ nests. Mark Doerrier of LaGrangeville rendered Burroughs’ poem “Waiting” accompanying himself on the guitar.


Local teams battled in spring diamond play

Local teams saw plenty of action last week on the baseball and softball diamonds.


National Geographic Traveler gives The Roxbury a top rating

Roxbury — The cover story of the April 2009 issue of National Geographic Traveler Magazine is The 2009 Stay List: 129 Hotels We Love.  The Roxbury is thrilled to announce that it was chosen out of thousands of hotels in North America to be included on the prestigious list. The Roxbury was one of only 30 hotels selected from the Eastern Half of the United States.  In total, 90 were selected from the United States, 13 from Canada, 14 from Mexico, and 12 from the Caribbean.


Roxbury News: April 8, 2009

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Twenty-five Roxbury Central School students took part in the Delaware County Music Festival in Walton on the last weekend in March.
Participating in the Elementary Chorus were Isabel Battista, Kaitlyn Beck, Judith George, Michaela Jordan, Hailey McGinnis, Molly O’Brien, Larissa Shultis, Shannon Sprague and Lacey Stewart.


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