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Great Train Robbery set Aug. 11 at D&U

Arkville — It will be a day of good-natured stick-ups and great-tasting BBQ when the varmints from the Great Train Robbery return to the Delaware & Ulster (D&U) Railroad excursions on Saturday, Aug. 11. More...

Growing & preserving local food workshop Aug. 10

Delhi — A workshop titled Growing & Preserving Local Food will held on Friday, August 10 from 2:15-4:15 p.m. at the 4-C Camp, 2420 Arbor Hill Rd, Delhi.  More...

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Energized Event

HELPING CREW — The Community Technology Service has a handy crew trying to prep for Friday’s mini-fair in Delhi sponsored by the Delaware County Electric Cooperative. More...

Versatile performers at Mt. Tremper Saturday

Mount Tremper Arts is proud to present Percolate: (The Thirst, the Hum, the Trickle, the Bubble), an evening of new performance curated by Monstah Black and produced in partnership with Dixon Place. More...

New Orleans jazz band Tuba Skinny to rock at Roxbury Revelry

Hot weather demands hot music and Roxbury is likely to boast both on the Sunday of Labor Day weekend when Tuba Skinny brings the best of New Orleans jazz to Kirkside Park. More...

Maverick Concerts to present Pedja Muzijevic for Woodstock concert Saturday afternoon

Celebrated concert pianist Pedja Muzijevic will perform at a concert exclusively for the Friends of Maverick on Saturday, August 11th at 4pm. A reception with wines and hors d’oeuvres immediately follows the concert. More...

“Under One Sky” and “Nature/HHuman Nature” open at Longyear Gallery

Margaretville — Opening this week at Margaretville’s Longyear Gallery are two featured artists’ shows, Patrice Lorenz’s “Under One Sky” and Marilyn Silver’s “Nature/ Human Nature.” Displayed in se More...

Hanford Mills Museum offers special tour for CCCD

Take inside look at mill’s renewable power generation

Arkville — Hanford Mills Museum Operations Manager, Robert Dianich will lead a behind the-scenes look of the mill’s renewable hydropower generation and the operating complex on Saturday, Aug. 18.  More...

ACS Drama Club Summer Cabaret kicks off festivities

Andes — The Andes Central School Drama Club will be holding its annual Summer Cabaret to kick off the Andes Community Day activities on Friday, Aug. 10 at 7 p.m. in the school auditorium.  More...

Lake Champlain swimmer is using event as fund-raiser for Woodchuck Lodge project

Patti Rudge to swim with local friends

Big Indian resident Patti Rudge will soon be putting her passion for swimming to use as a fund-raiser for the John Burroughs Woodchuck Lodge in Roxbury. More...

Strong finish earns title in Emerson Resort Open

Assistant pro from Queensbury takes championship

Woodstock — Scott Berliner, a 43-year-old assistant professional at Hiland Golf Club in Queensbury, chipped in twice during his 6-under-par 64 to win his third Emerson Resort & Spa Woodstock Open on July 31 at the Woodstock Golf Club. More...

Franklin Stage Company presents "Doubt" by John Patrick Shanley

Franklin — Franklin Stage Company, Delaware County’s only admission free professional theater, will present John Patrick Shanley’s Tony award-winning drama Doubt, A Parable, August 9 - 26, at FSC’s historic theater, Chapel Hall in Franklin. More...

"Adventures In Success" films in Arkville

“Adventures in Success” became the latest movie to film in the area when a 20-plus person film crew descended upon the Ark Bowl and BBQ in Arkville to shoot a scene last month. More...

Roxbury Arts Group Decentralization Grant Information Sessions

Delaware County artists and presenters seeking grants for arts projects and programs for 2019 seasons are encouraged to attend an information session to learn about the grants.  More...

Radio play to honors community history

Judy Canova will come back to life Saturday when The Fleischmanns Play Readers, a professional Actors Equity company, performs a dramatic reading of a classic episode of The Judy Canova Show. More...

Poet adds new dimension at Farmers Market

Stationed behind his Smith Corona Classic 12 typewriter and the siren song it produces, poet and artist Norman Douglas is a most welcomed addition to the Pakatakan Farmers’ Market in Halcottsville.  More...

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