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May 2011

Eileen Ivers & Immigrant Soul: not just fiddlin’ around

Clearly, the folks at the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts ( www.Bethelwoods.org ) had their thinking caps on when dubbing the “Event Gallery.” My dictionary describes “event” with words like “momentous,” “important” and “exciting.”

Grammy-winning fiddler Eileen Ivers and her band, Immigrant Soul, who performed to a sold-out crowd at the venue this past Saturday, were (IMHO) above and beyond any musical “event” that I have ever personally attended.  Read more

Bloomingburg man for arrested for kicking door

NY State police in Wurtsboro arrested a man for Criminal Mischief charges after a domestic incident in the Town of Mamakating.  Read more

Audubon week

June 25, 2011 - July 3, 2011

Main St. merchants feature nature & art presentations, nature-themed merchandise & more. livingstonmanor.org.

Audubon arts & crafts fair

June 26, 2011

Birdhouse competition, chainsaw art demo, artists' tent, vendors & more at Water Wheel Junction, 11am-3pm, free. livingstonmanor.org.

Art exhibition: 'Audubon & Friends'

June 24, 2011 - July 17, 2011

17 artists & photographers on display at Flour Power Bakery (upstairs gallery) through 7/17. livingstonmanor.org.

'Buzz Off Cancer'

July 1, 2011

Music, food, drinks, good cheer & head shaving to benefit the Northeast Regional Cancer Institute at Mick's Barber Shop, 5-8pm. 570/253-2910.

Concert: Elton John

September 3, 2011

"Greatest Hits Live" concert at Bethel Woods, 8pm, $36.50-$179.50. 800/745-3000. SOLD OUT

Sullivan towns lead POW flag effort

Three Sullivan County towns are believed to be the first within the county to voluntarily agree to fly the POW/MIA Flag on a daily basis at town facilities. Leading the movement by passing a resolution to display the flag was the Town of Highland, followed soon thereafter by the towns of Lumberland and Tusten.  Read more

A line between neighborhoods; a developer plans to cross it

As promised, James Bacon, an attorney representing property owners in the neighborhood called Beechwood, produced a letter from a title company that said that a five-foot boundary created during a land dispute back in the 1930s cannot legally be breached.  Read more

Neighbor’s Helping Hand’ forms in Highland

Sometimes a helping hand comes along just when you need it most. For two children battling cancer in the Town of Highland, that time is now. To aid in their plight, a new community charity has formed, and the founders of Neighbor’s Helping Hand have begun organizing fundraisers that they plan to conduct on an annual basis to continue helping community members in need.  Read more