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Justice League talks Tull at Andes Library

Andes — The Andes Library will bring something a little different to the usual Italian Circle night, which is taking a three-month winter hiatus, on Thursday, Dec. 15 at 7 p.m. More...

‘Miracle on 34th Street’ old-time radio play staged at STS

The Shandaken Theatrical Society has opened its holiday show, which runs for two more weekends at the STS Playhouse on Church Street in Phoenicia, and with tickets for kids under age 12 set at only five bucks each this family friendly production can More...

Having a “Fab!” Christmas!

GO WILD!—Local artist and wildlife rehabilitator Christopher Durham was one of many artists displaying their wares in the Hilt and Stella Kelly Hall at the Roxbury Arts Group last Saturday. More...

Double Stitch!

A WIN-WIN FOR THE LIBRARY—The Roxbury Library Association will continue its annual Holiday Bazaar and Thrift Shop from 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. More...

Surprises abound in Open Eye’s new ‘Christmas Carol’

Margaretville — When the lights go up on Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” at The Open Eye Theater on December 16, 17, and 18, the popular holiday story takes on a new look. More...

Roxbury Arts Group names program director

Roxbury — After an extensive search, the Roxbury Arts Group (RAG) has announced that Miguel Martinez-Riddle has joined their team as program director. More...

Holiday Happenings

LOVES A PARADE — Klara Bush was among the many spectators who turned for for Saturday's Andes Holiday Parade. // — Photo by Joan Lawrence-Bauer More...

In Good Spirits!

The Shandaken United Methodist Church hosted another successful holiday ba- zaar last Saturday thanks in part to, left to right, Jane Van Etten, Kathy Williams, Blanche Van Etten, Dale Van Etten and More...

Burn Off the Bird event was held at recreation ctr.

Arkville — The Catskill Recreation Center (CRC) hosted the second annual Burn off the Bird Swim Meet on Saturday, Nov. 26. People of varying ages participated, with the youngest being age six.  More...

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