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Fire Tower Lighting planned for night of Saturday, Sept. 1

The Forest Fire Lookout Association invites everyone to find a place with a view of your favorite fire tower for the fifth annual Lighting of the Fire Towers Event on Saturday night, Sept. 1. More...

Twilight on the Rails fun at D&U Sept. 1

Arkville — Labor Day weekend excitement in the Catskills will include a family-friendly Twilight on the Rails scenic train ride on the Delaware and Ulster Railroad (D&U) on Saturday, Sept. More...

Family History Afternoon at HSM Saturday, Sept. 8

Margaretville — Learn about, share, and celebrate your family’s heritage at HSM’s first Family History Afternoon Saturday, Sept. 8. This free event runs from 1 to 4 p.m. at the HSM hall, 778 Cemetery Road, Margaretville, and is open to all. More...

SEASON ENDER

SEASON ENDER - The last Emerson Supergroup show of the season went off without a hitch on Saturday night with more than 150 people on the banks of the Esopus. More...

Top Pacheco at ESRM

On Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 1 and 2, Tom Pacheco comes to the Empire State Railway Museum (ESRM) in Phoenicia for his traditional Labor Day Weekend concerts there for Flying Cat Music. The ESRM is located at 70 Lower High Street. More...

Gazebo dedication in Big Indian Sunday

On Sunday, Sept. 2, residents, friends and visitors of Big Indian will celebrate the inauguration of a new gazebo in Big Indian Park. The gazebo is the culmination of many years of dedicated community efforts to improve the park.  More...

Battista, Green pace the field at Wawaka Lake 5K Run/Walk

Halcottsville — A total 57 participants took part in the Wawaka Lake 5K Run/Walk on Saturday with Garth Battista and Danyelle Green winning the men’s and women’s divisions, respectively.  More...

Tyler Smith Memorial Scholarship Walk/Run set Sept. 8

Margaretville — Friends, family members, and community activists will gather in Margaretville September 8 for the fifth annual Tyler J Smith Memorial Scholarship Walk/Run event. More...

Rotary Rewards

CONGRATULATIONS — Martie Gailes, Secretary of the Fleischmanns-Pine Hill Rotary Club presented a check in the amount of $500 to Anne Yang. More...

Bidders can land fish at BAM auction Aug. 31

Margaretville — The Business Association of Margaretville (BAM) will host a Something Fishy Auction as part of its First Friday event on August 31 from 5 to 8 p.m. on Main Street. More...

That's Entertainment

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Exaggerated features in Roxbury

Caricature is the art of being cruel. Recreating someone's image in an exaggerated manner is a centuries old art form, usually aimed at real life targets such as politicians or celebrities. More...

Baseball, bands and fireworks in Roxbury on Sunday

Roxbury, NY’s historic Kirkside Park will resound with the excitement of a true community experience this Labor Day weekend. The MARK Project in partnership with the Roxbury Arts Group and the Town of Roxbury offers a full day of family fun. More...

Hanford Mills Museum offers Family Saturday

September 1 program highlights farriers, blacksmiths, farmers, millers, and coopers

East Meredith — The Free Family Saturday series at Hanford Mills Museum continues on September 1 with a Labor Day theme. More...

ANDES' GOT RHYTHM

ANDES' GOT RHYTHM - A beautiful day made for a great fundraiser for the Andes Library at the Andes Rhythm and Food Festival. Dave Keyes stole the show and had people up on their seats. More...

Ramblin' Jug Stompers play on Roxbury

Stamford — Bringing the 2018 Concerts in the Park series to a close are the musically accomplished, humorously gifted Ramblin’ Jug Stompers! More...

Local Swimmers Tame Lake Champlain

IN THE SWIM — Three area residents, from left, Jo Bernhardt of Margaretville and Taylor Diepold and Patti Rudge, both of Big Indian, competed in the Lake Champlain Open Water Swim on August 18 More...

Sanfords Gathered

GETTING TOGETHER — The 37th annual Lucy and Myron Sanford reunion was held at the home of Kellie and Ed Sanford on July 7 in Roxbury with more than 75 people in attendance. More...

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