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Blood Drive set July 20 at MRCC

Margaretville - The Margaretville Hospital Auxiliary will host a summer blood drive on Friday, July 20, at Mountainside Residential Care Center on Rt. 28 in Margaretville.  More...

That's Entertainment

Thursday-Saturday, July 12-14   Midsummer Madness a new comedy on Open Eye Theater Stage, 960 Main Street, Margaretville, Thursday -Saturday July 12-14 at 7 p.m. and Sunday July 15 at 3 p.m. More...

Toni Brogan weaves her own way in the Catskills

While there are many talented artists in the Catskills who specialize in all kinds of disciplines, Toni Brogan of Roxbury may be one of the few to call herself a fiber artist. More...

Doyle to headline SpillianFest in Fleischmanns on Saturday

Fleischmanns - SpillianFest, a glorious July celebration of mountain magic, world class food, and seriously fine music, hits Spillian in Fleischmanns on Saturday, July 14. More...

Gilboa “Paint Out” uses history, art

Gilboa — Had the illustrious artist Thomas Cole taken the Susquehanna Turnpike to Middleburgh instead of Route 23A from Catskill to Haines Falls, he would have discovered the picturesque beauty of the Schoharie Valley. More...

“DIAMONDS AND RUST” and “ELEMENTS” to open with artist reception at Longyear Gallery

“Diamonds and Rust” by Gerda van Leeuwen and Robin Halpern’s “Elements,” two solo shows, open this week at Margaretville’s Longyear Gallery. More...

The West Kortright Centre hosts yoga event July 14th

East Meredith — The West Kortright Centre will host a Franklin Method wellness workshop on Saturday, July 14th, from 10am-1pm. More...

Heather Pierson Acoustic Trio concert at Phoenicia museum

The brilliantly eclectic Heather Pierson Acoustic Trio will perform for Flying Cat Music at the Empire State Railway Museum (ESRM) on Saturday, July 14. More...

Catskill Farm HOEDOWN set July 28 in Grahamsville

Grahamsville — Swing your partner at the 1930s Catskill Farm HOEDOWN on Saturday, July 28 from 6-10 p.m. at the Time and the Valleys Museum on St. Rt. 55 in Grahamsville, Sullivan County.  More...

Lara Hope & the ArkTones to play free show in Stamford

Stamford — Come on out for the always popular Concerts in the Park series on July 26 at 7 p.m. we welcome the dynamic and sassy Lara Hope & the Ark- Tones to Veterans’ Memorial Park, Main Street and Railroad Ave, Stamford.  More...

Profile survey of railway featured at museum event

Phoenicia — The recently conserved Profile Survey on the Catskill Mountain Railway will be featured Sunday, July 15 at the second event of the “Besides The Tracks in the Historic Phoenicia Railway Station” summer series of presentat More...

Thunder in the Valley Pow Wow July 21-22

Big Indian Park is event location; Historical museum placing more focus on Native American Catskill Region roots

Big Indian — The annual Thunder in the Valley Pow Wow is planned for Saturday and Sunday, July 21 and 22 from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. each day. More...

DEP hosts Andes community hike at Shavertown Trail near Pepacton

Shavertown — The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) will co-host a community hike and unveil its new boot-brush station at the Shavertown Trail near Pepacton Reservoir on July 13. More...

Noted cellist performs in Delhi, Fleischmanns

Fleischmanns — Noted cellist and music educator Nicholas “Nicky” Swett will perform two concerts in the region this coming weekend. More...

Elemental Pop Up

Six artists will show their varied work for one weekend only at Elemental: A Pop-Up Art Exhibit in Roxbury on July 14 and 15.  More...

Music Man staged at Woodstock Playhouse

Woodstock — By twists & turns, funny, warm, romantic and touching, “The Music Man,” family entertainment at its best will light up the stage at the Woodstock Playhouse until July 22. More...

Franklin Stage Company’s production, Bitter Banquet: A Review

The Franklin Stage Company in the town of Franklin opened its 22nd season on Friday, July 6 to a packed, lively audience with a unique and challenging musical performance called Bitter Banquet: A Euripidean Song Cycle. More...

Concert to celebrate B’nai Israel Centennial

Jewish-American songwriters from Irving Berlin to Billy Joel featured

Fleischmanns — A special concert titled “The American Songbook 1918-2018: Featuring Jewish American composers from Irving Berlin to Billy Joel,” will be among the highlights of the 100th anniversary celebration of Congregation Bnai More...

Festival returns to Windham

Windham — The Blackdome Music Festival returns to Windham for its 2nd year on July 28-29. Exploring different genres of music, the festival aims to bridge the gap between diverse styles, creating a distinctive offering of musical experiences. More...

Poets All

POETS ALL - Robin Factor, left, and Sharon Israel introduced poets for Raining Poetry in Roxbury. // Photos by Joan L. Bauer. More...

Living History

ALL IN THE FAMILY — In photo above, Burr Hubbell, right, portrayed George W. More...

Revolutionary War Re-enactors at Matthewis Persen House July 14

Kingston — The 1st Ulster Militia will be hosting a Revolutionary War era re-enactment Saturday, July 14 at the Matthewis Persen House located at 74 John Street in uptown Kingston, at the corners of John and Crown streets.  More...

Crafting program & more at DCHA

Delhi – The Delhi Historical Society (DHS) will host a Day for Crafting enthusiasts on Saturday, July 14 from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the home of DHS at 47 Main Street.  More...

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