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Two diverse artists opening shows at Roxbury Arts Group on Saturday

Roxbury —Two artists with very different backgrounds and approaches to putting brush to canvas will have exhibits at The Roxbury Arts Groups’ galleries with opening receptions on Saturday, May 23 from 2 to 4 p.m.
“Cityscapes: As Seen Through the Eyes of Lubomir Thomas Kralicek (Lubo)” will be at The Walt Meade Gallery at The Roxbury Arts Center on Vega Mountain Road, and “Painting Light: Capturing the Moment,” landscapes and interiors by Doug Jamieson will be at The Roxbury Arts Group’s Old Bank Gallery. Both exhibitions will be on view through July 11.


Fleischmanns will be hopping with holiday weekend fesitivites

Fleischmanns — Fleisch-manns will once again host a village-wide celebration this Memorial Day Weekend worthy of its festive history as one of the greatest summertime resort towns of the Catskills.
On Saturday, May 23, the entire Main Street will be bustling with vendors and tag sales, vintage base ball on Wagner Avenue ball park, the season opening of the Museum of Memories, the Community Church’s annual Quilt Show and Skene Library’s annual book and bake sale.


RUPCO names Lawrence-Bauer to development post

Kingston — Rural Ulster Preservation Company (RUPCO) Executive Director Kevin O’Connor announced that Joan Lawrence-Bauer has joined the organization’s staff as Director of Communication and Resource Development.
In that capacity, Lawrence-Bauer will take a leadership role in both internal and external communication with all agency stakeholder groups.


Burdick to be honored by Delaware County Democrats

Delhi — When the Delaware County Democratic Comm-ittee holds its annual dinner on Saturday, June 20 at the SUNY Delhi Hospitality Center, it will present its “Peg Pandick Woman of the Year” award to Pandick’s current successor as the county election commissioner.


Shakespeare reading at Fairview Library

An informal free workshop for those interested in reading Shakespeare is held on Wednesdays at 6 p.m. in the Fairview Public Library on Walnut Street, Margaretville.


Cooperative venture places spotlight on "wellness"

By Brian Sweeney
The Auxiliary of Margaretville Hospital and Mountainside Residential Care Center has completed a whirlwind of events to commemorate Wellness Week. The auxiliary has the goal of promoting spiritual, social and emotional wellness through an ongoing series of community events.
This year featured almost daily activities as the auxiliary continued to work in cooperation with a growing number of organizations that has similar goals.
John Riedl, who chairs the auxiliary’s wellness committee, said his group was very pleased with the Wellness Week programming.


Historical Society to conduct barn survey

Margaretville — The Historical Society of the Town of Middletown will conduct a photographic survey of barns this summer. Armed with digital cameras and data forms, teams of volunteers will fan out across the town, which covers 98 square miles.


Pakatakan Farmers' Market opens Saturday

Halcottsville — The Pakatakan Farmers’ Market, held at the historic Round Barn in Halcottsville, opens on Saturday, May 16 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The market, which is starting its 18th season, operates every Saturday through mid-October. Admission is free. Special events will be planned throughout the season.


School districts vote on budgets Tuesday

By Julia Green
Voters in the Andes, Margaretville and Roxbury central school districts will vote to approve proposed budgets for the 2009-2010 school year on Tuesday, May 19.


Art Et Cetera making a move in Fleischmanns

Fleischmanns — Art Et Cetera has moved to 1033 Main Street in Fleischmanns, centrally located across from the post office and two doors from the Skene Memorial Library. Gallery owners John and Gloria Mulloy want to do their part in the revitalization of Fleischmanns and plan to renovate the entire building which houses the Art Et Cetera gallery and flea market.


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