Works by Friedman, Gundlah, Jeffers, McAllister & Schneider on display at Catskill Artists Gallery through 6/19, Fri.-Sun. 845/292-0310.
Lecture, discussion & video presentations at the community center, 9am-4pm, $12 members, $14 non-members. RSVP: 845/434-8922.
Bus departs 5/19 Lumberland Center 10:30am, returns 6:30pm, $25 incl. slots, live tables, food coupon. RSVP by 4/28: 845/856-1464.
Fire hall, 4-8pm, free, all welcome. 845/985-7026.
Biondo Bldg., 10am, public welcome. 570/409-9089.
WHITE LAKE, NY — Melinda Ketcham, land protection coordinator for the Delaware Highlands Conservancy, will present the “The Financial Benefits of Land Conservation” on Thursday, March 31 from 7 to 9 p.m. The workshop will be held at the Dr. Duggan Community Center located at 3460 Route 55. Read more
BETHEL, NY — The newly formed Town of Bethel Agricultural Implementation Committee is seeking participants for inclusion on a new web page dedicated to promoting Bethel’s farming community on the town website. Whether you are retail, wholesale or a manufacturer, this will be a place for potential customers as well as other local farmers to be made aware of what you have to offer. Email email@example.com or call 845/583-4531.
PLANET EARTH — Earth Hour 2011 will take place on Saturday, March 26 starting at 8:30 p.m. Earth Hour is a worldwide event that will take place in 128 countries and hundreds of cities. To participate, just turn off your electric lights for one hour. The idea is to bring attention and awareness to our dependence on electricity.
This is the third Earth Hour, and it is organized by the World Wildlife Fund. Visit earthhour.org.
With the first sign of spring comes time for year-round resident birds to repair nests or build new ones in preparation for a new breeding season. For our resident eagles, that work has already begun over the course of the winter, and as of the beginning of March, a few pairs have already started to incubate eggs. Once incubation has started, the adults will share this duty until the eggs hatch about 35 days later. Rearing the young takes another 12 weeks or so until they are ready to fledge. Read more
HORTONVILLE, NY — Harp, viola and flute are on the bill as Weekend of Chamber Music (WCM) ushers in its 18th season with two unique spring concerts: at 2:30 p.m. on April 3 in Hortonville, and at 4 p.m. on April 17 in Brooklyn. Harpist Elaine Christy joins violist Dov Scheindlin and flutist Judith Pearce in both programs, the centerpiece of which is Debussy’s penultimate work, his Sonata for Flute, Viola and Harp. Read more