Wednesday, July 30
The Roxbury Arts Group presents a concert in Veteran’s Memorial Park, Stamford at 7 p.m. with regional group “Harmony Street & Second Avenue”. In case of rain, the performance will be relocated to Stamford Central School. Come with family and friends, bring boxed dinners from home or pick up a bite to eat at a local restaurant, and don’t forget a chair or blanket to sit back on and enjoy an evening of doo-wopp and rhythm and blues in the park. Admission is free. For more information please visit www.roxburyartsgroup.org, or call the Roxbury Arts Group at 607 326-7908.
The Andes Roundtable welcomes attorney and Middletown Town Justice John Fairbairn III. John will speak on the experience of growing up, going away to school, returning to the same small town for a career, what it’s like to be a lawyer and a judge in Margaretville and the differences of dealing with the law as an attorney vs. a judge. John, the son of Dr. John and Sally Fairbairn, was raised on an ever-evolving farm right here in the Catskills. He graduated from Margaretville Central School, earned his bachelor’s degree from Binghamton University, and his law degree from Albany Law School in 2006, passing the bar exam on the first try. He practices law in Margaretville and in January of this year he was elected town justice serving the Town of Middletown. Hunting Tavern, 7 p.m.
Retired teacher Deborah Olivero will lead a how-to bead program at the Fairview Public Library at 5 p.m. During the Beautiful Beads program, participants will use their imagination to create a unique piece of jewelry with beads. Registration is required. Contact the Fairview Public Library at 586-3791 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more or to register.