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April 2011

Keesler to challenge Canfield in Damascus

Dolores Keesler has decided to conduct a write-in campaign for the office of supervisor against Joe Canfield. Keesler, who was until recently the Damascus Township representative to the Upper Delaware Council and the president of that body for two months, was removed from her position at the instigation of Damascus supervisor Joe Canfield, with the agreement of the other two supervisors. Justifying the move, Canfield said “Just say that she doesn’t represent the whole township, that’s all.”  Read more

Penny social

May 22, 2011

Firehouse, doors open 12:30pm, calling 2pm. Benefits Liberty PBA. 845/557-8715.

‘Water: A Love/Hate Relationship:' Paintings by Raul Serrano

NARROWSBURG, NY — “While looking over all of the works I had produced in the last few years, I realized that water—used as a symbol or as a physical manifestation of an emotional state—was an important element in many of them,” said painter Raul Serrano, who will exhibit work in an exhibition titled “Water: A Love/Hate Relationship” opening with a reception on Friday, April 29 from 7 to 9 p.m. at Alliance Gallery at 37 Main Street.  Read more

Carrot juice on the rocks

The Easter Bunny’s stump on Cotton Tail Lane was thumping until late in the evening on Easter Sunday. Creatures from every walk of life had come to hang out, eat some candy and pay their respect to Tommy “The Easter Bunny.”

Tommy sat in his favorite chair in the corner and looked around the room. The Young Bunny from across the street was there; she was so cute. He really wanted to talk to her, but didn’t have the energy. His feet ached from all the hopping. As usual, things had gone off without a hitch and it had been a long day of hiding eggs and waiting for children to find them.  Read more

I’ve fallen and I can’t get up...

I guess it was bound to happen, but given the fact that my crystal ball is once again in the shop, I didn’t see it coming. For something completely different, Mother Nature gave me some trouble last week, so there were fallen trees, insurance agents and piles of aggravation to occupy me and keep me close to home.  Read more

Port Jervis students exhibit at Up Front

PORT JERVIS, NY — The Port Jervis Council for the Arts will sponsor the Port Jervis High School Students Exhibit at Up Front Exhibition Space, with an opening reception on Saturday, May 14 from 6 to 9 p.m. A variety of works, including ceramics, printmaking, drawing, painting, and collage will be exhibited.  Read more

Foodstock celebrates foods and wines

CALLICOON, NY — WJFF 90.5 Radio Catskill in Jeffersonville and Catskill Harvest Market will present Foodstock, a festival of fine local foods and wines, on Saturday, May 7 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Villa Roma Resort’s tennis building in Callicoon.  Read more

Grey Towers offers special tours

MILFORD, PA — Special pre-season tours of all three floors of the mansion at Grey Towers National Historic Site, 151 Grey Towers Drive, will be offered on Saturdays and Sundays at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. from May 1 until Memorial Day weekend, when the site opens for the season seven days a week.
The second and third floors of the mansion are not included in the regular tour because they are used for conferences and meetings, limiting visitor access. Regular fees apply for these special three-floor tours.  Read more

‘Pasta for the Arts’

LAKEVILLE, PA — The Black Bear Conservatory of Music in Hawley will partner with the Wallenpaupack Area Middle School Jazz Band for an afternoon of music and food on Sunday, May 1, from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Capri Restaurant.

The fundraising event will feature an opening performance by conservatory students. A salad and pasta buffet will follow. The program will conclude with a 45-minute program of classic jazz by the 20-member Wallenpaupack Area Middle School Jazz Band.  Read more

Bucky Covington at ThunderBash

LIBERTY, NY — Bucky Covington, American Idol finalist and country artist, will headline the sixth annual ThunderBash, presented by Thunder 102 and the Town of Thompson at the Monticello Casino and Raceway on May 14. The free event will also feature Nashville recording artists David Adam Byrnes and Tommy Steele, along with regional favorites Iron Cowboy and Sullivan County’s own (and Nashville singer/songwriters) Somerville with Alyssa Startup.  Read more