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April 2011

‘Bye Bye Birdie’ at DVHS

MILFORD, PA — The Delaware Valley High School (DVHS) Drama Club will present “Bye Bye Birdie” in the DVHS auditorium. Showtimes are at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 29 and Saturday, April 30, and at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 1.
The performances will also feature the Sweet Apple Cafe. The café will be open for one hour before and after each performance, and during intermission. Come early to see the student art show presented by the DVHS art department.
The story of “Bye Bye Birdie” was inspired by the phenomenon of popular singer Elvis Presley and his draft notice into the Army in 1957.  Read more

‘Man vs. Mother Nature”

NARROWSBURG, NY— “Man vs. (Mother) Nature,” an exhibition curated by Karen Hudson and featuring a group of 20 local and regional artists, opens at the Loft Gallery at the Delaware Arts Center in Narrowsburg on Friday, April 29, with a reception from 7 to 9 p.m. The show will be on view through May 28.  Read more

Big D features Jones, Cuellar and Harrow

STARLIGHT, PA — The Big D Arts and Crafts League will feature artists Karen Jones, Dorlene Cuellar and Caroline Harrow at their May show at the Starlight Inn. The opening reception will be on Sunday, April 30 at 7:30 p.m., and the show will be there for the month of May.
Jones lives in Liberty, NY, and says that digital photography has opened up a whole new world for her. She has found that there is more out there than just taking photos of people. She most enjoys taking photos of local spots as well as popular vacation sites.  Read more

Earth Day celebrations

Earth Day Festival at Monti high

MONTICELLO, NY — The Monticello High School Eco Club will host an Arbor-Earth Day Festival on April 29 from 4 to 8 p.m. at Monticello High School by the auditorium.

There will be school clubs, environmentally friendly exhibitors, and activities and crafts for children. The club will present awards to the winners of the elementary school poster contest and middle and high school essay contests, as well as its second Eco Hero Award, at the festival.  Read more

Easter celebrations


Easter Bunny visits Shohola

SHOHOLA, PA — In spite of chilly weather and an overcast sky, 35 children and their parents came to Rohman Park in Shohola on Saturday, April 16 to hunt for Easter eggs and meet the Easter Bunny. The event was sponsored by the township’s Park and Recreation Committee.  Read more

Celebrating Easter

Native son’s opera to be performed in NYC

NEW YORK CITY — The opera “Angel of the Amazon,” by Evan Mack, will be performed from May 6 to May 22 in the Jerome Robbins Theater at the
Baryshnikov Arts Center,
450 W. 37th Street (www.smarttix.com/show.aspx?showcode=ANG18). Mack was born and raised in Forestburgh and is a 1999 graduate of Port Jervis High School.  Read more

DIGit calls for submissions

NARROWSBURG, NY — The Delaware Valley Arts Alliance (DVAA) is calling for video and audio works for the DIGit Media Exposition, to be held from June 3 to 25. Both amateur and professional media artists are welcome to submit. Works will be presented in several venues throughout Narrowsburg, including the Delaware Arts Center and the Tusten Theatre. A panel of professional videographers, filmmakers and sound artists jury the works.  Read more

When it rains, it pours

There must be a better way. As I perused my calendar of events this past week, I became a little overwhelmed. I know the weather is improving and that everyone wants to get out and do something, rather than sitting by the fire waiting for the (seemingly) endless winter to draw to a close, but does it all have to happen at once?  Read more

From dead ends to lifecycles

In recent years, electronic devices have become an increasingly large percentage of the human waste stream, a problem exacerbated by the fact that so many of the products seem to become obsolete after a few months. It’s a problem not only in terms of sheer bulk—as Sullivan County in particular knows all too well, we are running out of landfill space—but because electronics contain substances that are harmful to the environment and human health.  Read more

Earth awareness

New programs launch at Stourbridge
HONESDALE, PA — Lucky students at Stourbridge Primary Center in Honesdale are having real-life learning experiences that allow them to explore the natural world and their relationship to it, thanks to new programming developed by John José of Otter Creek Environmental Education Services.

José has begun offering “Schoolyard Habitat Evaluations,” which are followed by the establishment of on-site environmental education programs based on his findings.  Read more