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June 2012

Good flower news, and bad

The good news is that the community was very generous and the large ceramic planters that had been stolen, with plants and all, from Veterans’ Park on May 20 have been replaced.  Read more

Community reserve may not be pierced; court sides with Beechwood over developer

Judge Mark Meddaugh was straightforward in his decision. He wrote, “The Boymelgreens are completely mistaken when they assert that they have an express easement to cross over Beechwood’s lands. The Boymelgreens have failed to present either express language or circumstances supporting their claims to unfettered access to and through Beechwood. The Boymelgreens are also mistaken in claiming that there is any ambiguity in the descriptions of the property and/or the rights of way that were transferred to them that would work in favor of their claims of greater access to Beechwood.”  Read more

SullivanArc Garden Tour to focus on Roscoe

ROSCOE, NY — There are a couple of big changes in the Sullivan Arc Garden Tour this year, the fourth year of its existence. One change is that participants can choose to take a seat on a 55 passenger bus and have a guided tour of the selected gardens on display, or they can embark on a self-guided tour of the gardens.  Read more

Fun and games at Bethel School

HONESDALE, PA — This summer, for the 14th season, the Wayne County Historical society will host open houses at the Bethel School celebrating “The Way It Was,” the life and times of students attending the one-room schools in times past, times when students of all eight grades gathered in one room with one teacher who taught all subjects.  Read more

Kindred Spirits kicks off with Genticorum

MILFORD, PA — Genticorum, a Quebec band that has become a fixture in the traditional, folk and Celtic music scenes, will perform at the Milford Theatre on June 24 at 4 p.m.

Composed of Pascal Gemme, Alexandre de Grosbois-Garand and Yann Falquet, Genticorum performs music that evokes Celtic reels, French chansons and Cajun hijinks.  Read more

Summer Fun Fair

June 30, 2012

Vendors, kids' activities, music, entertainment, food & tours at Kadampa Meditation Center, 11am-4pm, free admission. kadampanewyork.org or 845-856-9000.

Neversink Farm dinner benefits Mountainkeeper

CLARYVILLE, NY — There will be an intimate afternoon supper at Neversink Farm on Saturday, June 30 from 4 to 7 p.m. to benefit Catskill Mountainkeeper. Tour the farm while sampling cuisine and non-alcoholic beverages sourced from the Catskills, all prepared by Chef Patrick Connolly. There will be food stations by the river, a cut flower field, barn, pasture and vegetable field. For the kids, there will be friendly chickens and donkeys to pet.

All proceeds go to support the Agricultural Program of Catskill Mountainkeeper. Visit tinyurl.com/cbay6dp to register.

Tour Honesdale’s secret gardens

HONESDALE, PA — The Wayne County Historical Society’s Secret Garden Tour will take place on Sunday, June 24, between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. This year’s event promises a tour of seven gorgeous Wayne County gardens. Tickets cost $15 per person, available at the Wayne County Historical Society, 810 Main St., or call 570/253-3240. The society is open from 10 am to 4 pm, Monday through Saturday, and Sunday from 12 noon to 4 p.m.

RiverFolk presents MacDonald

CALLICOON, NY — “Politics, passion, and a sense of humor,” The Village Voice says of singer-songwriter Rod MacDonald, who will perform with bassist Mark Dann at an intimate house concert on Sunday, June 24 in Callicoon. Rod MacDonald was a big part of the 1980s folk revival in Greenwich Village clubs. He co-founded the Greenwich Village Folk Festival and is perhaps best known for his songs “American Jerusalem,” about the “contrast between the rich and the poor in Manhattan,” “Coming of the Snow” and “My Neighbors in Delray,” a description of the 9/11 hijackers’ last days in Delray Beach, FL.  Read more

Opening gala at BlueStone Studio

MILFORD, PA — The BlueStone Studio will hold a grand opening “Blue Party” on Friday, June 22, from 6 to 9 p.m. Artists David Greenbaum and Joann Wells Greenbaum, an award-winning potter and painter duo, are proprietors of the new pottery studio and gallery space at 206 Broad St. Guests are encouraged to join in with the theme by dressing in blue attire. There will be blues music, complimentary blue appetizers and beverages, blue gifts and other creative surprises.  Read more