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Study Group at Saint James

Lake Delaware — Far from a mere set of truth claims, the historic Christian Church has always understood its spiritual life to entail the correct diagnoses and the appropriate application of medicine in order to heal the sicknesses of the soul. More...

Bovina Farm Feast planned on Nov. 5

Bovina — Friends of the Bovina Public Library will hold their sixth annual Farm Feast on Saturday, Nov. 5, from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. at the Bovina Community Hall.  More...

Margaretville Holiday on Main family fun Nov. 26

Special events planned in village as part of Small Businss Saturday

Margaretville — Holiday on Main in Margaretville is set for Saturday, Nov. 26 with a parade kicking things off at 11 a.m. and a tree lighting capping the events at 4:30 p.m.  More...

Phil Ochs Song Night is music with a conscience Nov. 5

Hunter — Sonny Ochs and WIOX Community Radio will present an evening of live music, broadcast live across upstate New York and Pennsylvania, this Saturday, Nov. 5 starting at 8 p.m.  More...

Casting for performances of “A Christmas Carol” at Open Eye

Margaretville — Actors of all ages, male and female, are needed for a new adaptation of the popular Charles Dickens story A Christmas Carol at the Open Eye Theater. Tania Myren has adapted the holiday favorite, and will direct the show. More...

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Art exhibit by Tom Rapin opening at Longyear Gallery

Margaretville — Opening this week on Friday, Nov. 4 at Longyear Gallery is Tom Rapin’s exhibition “Light in the Early Twenty-First Century,” accompanied by a group show of all Longyear Gallery member artists. More...

Classic Rides

POPULAR RIDE — George Long's classic hearse “Morticia” is always a Catskill Mountain Car Club favorite at this time of year. More...

Herbs de Provence is topic of program

Roxbury — “Making Your Own Herbs de Provence” is the scheduled activity for the Tuesday, Nov. 8 Roxbury Library Association (RLA) Tuesday For- um program session at 1 p.m., at the library. More...

Frightful Fun In Fleischmanns

PARTY TIME — Fleischmanns residents turned out for two Halloween parties at LaCabana on Main Street on Saturday. More...

WIM to celebrate National Novel Writing Month with programs

Roxbury — Writers in the Mountains (WIM) will celebrate National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) to support novelists and encourage them to finish their works. More...

Burroughs & Woodchuck Lodge highlight DCHA Awards of Merit

Program planned Nov. 6 in Delhi

Delhi — The annual meeting of the Delaware County Historical Association (DCHA) will be held on Sunday, Nov. 6. A potluck luncheon buffet at 1 p.m. sets the scene for the gathering of members and guests in the large gallery at DCHA. More...

‘Mary Poppins’ coming to ACS

Andes — The show must go on. There have been more twists and turns than a best selling novel as the Andes Drama Club readies to stage Mary Poppins this weekend. More...

Halloween Marchers

BETTER LATE THAN NEVER — Roxbury Central School's annual Halloween parade was a day late this year after a water-supply problem in the hamlet caused the school to close before noon on Monday an More...

Costume Characters

HALLOWEEN TRAVELERS — With Roxbury Central School closed on Monday for a water main break, Taylor Hubbell and Deanna Cilento joined MCS students on parade in Margaret- ville. More...

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