Repair cafe slated for Roxbury on Saturday, Oct. 26

ROXBURY — Broken toasters, lamps whose switches won’t work, favorite shirts that are ripped and more will get a new lease on life at the Transition Catskills Repair Café in Roxbury on Saturday, Oct. 26. The free events, where talented volunteers show up to help friends and neighbors with a host of repair activities, have grown steadily in their popularity. […]

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18 Last day to register for Delaware County Clean Sweep chemical disposal day. Business and farm chemical waste accepted October 25. Household chemical wastes accepted October 26. Service is free but walk ins are not accepted. To register online, To register by phone, call 607.865.6474. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19 The Roxbury Arts Group Monthly Make with Patrice Lorenz […]

Solar power info session free to public

Apex Solar Power will hold a Solar Power Info Session that will be free for the public on Tuesday, Oct. 29. It will be held at Cornell Cooperative Extension of Delaware County from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. The info session will cover how solar power works and the trends in the renewable energy industry. Those who attend will also be […]

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SATURDAY, OCT. 12 Fiddlers!26 – Constant action from Noon until 7:30 p.m. includes multiple nationally famous musicians, The Tremperskill Boys fiddlers and callers John Jacobson and Dana Scudder, locally produced foods and beverages, and a closing jam session with performers and audience members. Just a few tickets remain, and they’re all free. Call 607.326.7908. Plattekill Fall Family Festival with food, […]


DURR DINING – MARK Project staffers, local business people and regional retirees were among the many passengers enjoying dinner on the Arkville based DURR in September. The train continues to run through the fall. Photos by Joan Lawrence-Bauer


CREATURES GREAT AD SMALL — The annual blessing of the animals was held at Holy Innocents Cathedral, in Halcottsville on Sunday, Oct. 6. Pictured is Father Dante Tarantini, FCR, offering the blessing of St. Francis of Assisi, for two of the many participants, one dog and one cat! Contributed photos.

HSM Annual Meeting Oct. 26 features Fleischmanns talk

MARGARETVILLE — Marilyn Mayes Kaltenborn will be the featured speaker, with a talk on “Growing up in Fleischmanns in the 1950s and ‘60s.” when The Historical Society of the Town of Middletown (HSM) holds its annual meeting and luncheon Saturday, Oct. 26. Kaltenborn, whose family was one of the leading business and political families of the community, will deliver her […]

Dick Bowden’s Bluegrass Rangers Free Concert Oct 6 in Big Indian Park

BIG INDIAN — Big Indian Park will close out this summer’s monthly music series on Sunday Oct. 6 with a free concert of traditional, acoustic bluegrass music by Dick Bowden’s Bluegrass Rangers. The show will run from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Dick Bowden has been performing bluegrass music for more than 50 years. He’s originally from Maine where he […]

New shows open at Longyear Saturday afternoon

MARGARETVI LLE — Margaretville’s Longyear Gallery plays host to an incredible array of work in its latest show, opening this week at the Common’s Building in Margaretville. “Links in Time,” featured artist Corneel Verlaan’s new exhibition, and “The Big Clock: Photographs,” with featured artist Christopher Moore’s will be the primary focus of the show displayed in separate spaces of the […]

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3 – SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6 “Louisa May Alcott: The Power of a Woman” written and performed by Pamela Sterling, begins with an Opening Night Reception at 6:30 p.m. with the performance 7:00 p.m. at The Open Eye Theater, 960 Main Street, Margaretville. The 90-minute solo play reveals secrets and surprises in the adventurous life of the author of […]

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