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June 2011

Primitive landscapes at River Gallery

NARROWSBURG, NY — An exhibit of paintings by local primitive artist Cheryl Korb is on display at The River Gallery – The Art of Living from now to August 20.

A self-taught artist from Northeastern Pennsylvania, Korb still lives on the farm where she was born. After raising a family of three children, she had time to pursue her dream, which was to make paintings inspired by Grandma Moses. Throughout these finely sketched works are people doing their chores, waving hello, sitting for a picnic, flying a kite, riding a bike.  Read more

A Becker retrospective

On Saturday, July 2, The Looking Glass Art Gallery & Studio, Ltd., 229 Main Ave., Hawley, PA will present a retrospective exhibit featuring the art work of Howard D. Becker. Becker is an iconic figure in Wayne County’s rich artistic history who, during the course of his career, produced a range of work from watercolors created during his years in Europe during the Second World War, to oil landscapes later in life.  Read more

Be part of a Great Train Robbery

HONESDALE, PA — Masked marauders on horseback, a sack of loot and a train full of passengers are all part of the Stourbridge Line Rail Excursions Great Train Robbery Runs, which depart every Saturday now through September 3 from the Wayne County Visitors Center at 1 p.m.
Reservations are recommended for all rides. For reservations call 866/637-2457. For more information visit www.thes tourbridgeline.com. or call 570/253-1960.

The impossible dream in Forestburgh

FORESTBURGH, NY — The musical classic “Man of La Mancha” is the current show at the Forestburgh Playhouse. It will run through July 10, with showings from Tuesday through Saturday at 8 p.m. and matinee performances on Wednesday and Sunday at 3 p.m.
The show is inspired by Miguel de Cervantes’s “Don Quixote,” the story of the “mad” knight and his quest to rid the world of injustice and teach those around him the code of chivalry.  Read more

Pledging to protect a way of life

SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — The goal was $100,000. The effort to raise it began on June 4 and already more than $55,000 in pledges have been received in support of a legal defense fund to protect three Sullivan County towns in the event of a legal challenge to zoning provisions prohibiting high impact industrial activity.  Read more

Artisan fair in Barryville

BARRYVILLE, NY — The Brookhouse Gallery Artisan Fair will be held on July 2 from 12 noon to 7 p.m. along Austin Road. The fair will feature artworks by over 15 regional artist in a wide range of media. Email kim@kimlustpottery.com.

Philharmonic and fireworks in Bethel

BETHEL, NY — Bethel Woods Center for the Arts will welcome back the New York Philharmonic for Fourth of July weekend. The performance, which starts at 8 p.m. on Sunday, July 3, will be conducted by Bramwell Tovey, with special guest pianist Kirill Gerstein and the United States Marine Drum and Bugle Corps, and will conclude with a fireworks display.  Read more

‘Peaceable Kingdom’ at the Loft

NARROWSBURG, NY — “Peaceable Kingdom,” an exhibition about the world of animals curated by the Outsider’s Studio Collective, opens at the Loft Gallery at the Delaware Arts Center on Friday, July 1, with a reception from 7 to 9 p.m. The show will be on view through July 23.  Read more

‘Little Farm Show’ in Liberty

LIBERTY, NY — “The greatest show on dirt,” NACL Theatre’s “The Little Farm Show” will come to Liberty’s Main Street stage on North Main Street on Friday, July 1, at 4 p.m. This is an all-ages musical extravaganza about farming, food and the environment.  Read more

Liberty Free comes to Kauneonga

LIBERTY, NY — The Liberty Free Theatre will launch a series of Rent Money Readings at the Beekman House Pavilion across from the Fat Lady Café in Kauneonga Lake on Thursday, July 7 at 7 p.m. The inaugural plays will be “In the Western Gardens,” by Stuart Spencer, with Thomas Bosket, Chet Carlin, James Sullivan and Karen Young; and the classic comedy, “The Love of Don Perlimplin,” by Federico Garcia Lorca, with James Heisel, Kathy McKenna and Dana Priebe.  Read more