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Roxbury is chosen as winner of "Re-Store Design Challenge"

Roxbury —After a competitive and lengthy selection process, the hamlet of Roxbury was chosen to host the inaugural “Re-Store Design Challenge,” with “stores” to be unveiled in late July and open every weekend this August. 


Square dance Friday features Tremperskill Boys

Arkville — The Tremperskill Boys will provide the music and John Jacobson will be doing calling for an old-fashioned square dance at Casey Joe’s Coffee House in Arkville on Friday, May 28 starting at 7 p.m.


Regulation of farmstands a growing concern for town

By Jay Braman Jr.
With only a handful of spectators present, as compared to previous pubic standoffs on the issue, Shandaken officials gathered last Tuesday to try and hash out what to do about the farmstand fracas that has plagued the community for several years.


"Catskill Mountain Native Flora" exhibit featured at Erpf Gallery

Arkville — The Catskill Center’s Erpf Gallery will present an exhibition entitled “Catskill Mountain Native Flora” by painter Helene Manzo. A public opening reception will be held on Saturday, May 29, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Erpf Gallery in Arkville. The show will hang through July 31.


Public hearing is June 5 on Middletown Comprehensive Plan

By Brian Sweeney
A public hearing on the proposed Town of Middletown Comprehensive Plan will be held Saturday, June 5 at 10 a.m. at the Margaretville Fire Department on Church Street. The Middletown Planning Board will conduct the hearing. Public input on the Draft Plan is critical in order to ensure the plan addresses the concerns of the residents and landowners in the Town of Middletown.


Beginning beekeepers workshop is June 21

Hamden — Cornell Cooperative Extension in Delaware County will host a beginner beekeeping workshop on Monday, June 21 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.  The program will be held at Cooperative Extension, 34570 state Highway 10, Hamden. In the afternoon the participants will visit a nearby apiary and learn from a local beekeeper.


Volunteer assistance is needed for fire tower interpretive work

Arkville — For nearly a century, observers watched the forests of New York State, including the Catskill Forest Preserve, from more than 100 fire towers perched atop the highest peaks, searching for the dangerous telltale signs of forest fires.  In the Catskill region, there were 19 towers.


Belleayre Music Festival hosts BBQ, dance and auction May 30

Highmount — The Belleayre Music Festival is kicking off its 19th summer season with a BBQ Dinner Dance and Benefit Auction, featuring the music of Special Delivery, on Sunday, May 30. The evening will begin at 5 p.m. with the silent auction viewing and a cocktail reception, wine and refreshments provided by the Board of Directors of the Belleayre Conservatory.


"Flower Alchemy" show blooms at Longyear

Margaretville — Opening this week at the Longyear Gallery is “Flower Alchemy” featuring the photographs of Helane Levine-Keating of New Kingston. An artist’s reception will take place Saturday, May 29, from 3 to 6 p.m. The works on display include archival photographic images of various flowers, including amaryllises and orchids from Levine-Keating’s indoor winter garden in New Kingston, as well as orchids from the New York Botanical Gardens.


DEC warns public not to touch fawns

Albany — The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has reminded New Yorkers to keep their distance and not disturb newborn fawns, as deer are currently in the peak season for giving birth. Fawns are typically born from late May through June.


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