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June 2012

UDGLBT holds Pride Weekend

MILFORD, PA — The Upper Delaware GLBT Center (UDGLBT) will hold its first Pride Weekend in Milford on Saturday, June 30 and Sunday, July 1. To kick off the new event, the UDGLBT community will march, for the first time, in the NYC Heritage of Pride Parade on Sunday, June 24. To participate, email event@udglbt.org.  Read more

Rent Money Readings return

KAUNEONGA LAKE, NY — On Thursday, June 21 at 7 p.m., the Liberty Free Theatre will kick off its second year of Rent Money Readings at the Beekman House Pavilion across from the Fat Lady Café with two comedies.

Chet Carlin and Valerie Mansi will read “Post-Its,” by Paul Dooley and Winnie Holzman. The play traces the history of a marriage from young love to mature love by looking at the Post-Its the couple have left for each other over the years. In “The Rental,” by Mark Harvey Levine, Rebecca Robbins is taken aback by a surprise birthday present brought to her by Ben Hudson.  Read more

Make-Think-athon

LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — Artists and thinkers in residence at the School of Making Thinking (SMT) will present artwork and performances in a Make-Think-athon in the galleries at the CAS Arts Center at 48 Main St., on Saturday, June 23 from 12 noon to 5 p.m. Based in the Catskills, the School of Making Thinking residents explore interdisciplinary projects collaboratively and experientially. The Make-Think-athon will be open to the public and is free.  Read more

MicroCosmos... Bugs!

July 2, 2012

Documentary of insect life in meadows & ponds follows presentation by Barbara Leo, NEPA Audubon Society, at PPL Wallenpaupack Environmental Learning Center, 6pm, free. 570/253-2364.

SUNY pool opens for season

Loch Sheldrake, NY - The pool at SUNY Sullivan will open on Sunday, June 24 and remain open through Labor Day weekend.

Beginning on June 24, the pool will be open 7 days a week, from Noon until 7:00 pm. A lifeguard will be on duty during operating hours. The pool will close for the fall after September 3 (Labor Day 2012).

The college is offering a variety of individual and family pricing options for use of the pool this season. Pricing is as follows:

FULL SEASON FAMILY PASS
. $100.00 for a family of four
. $10.00 for each additional dependent child (under 16)  Read more

Motion to renew in Middlefield case denied

WAMPSFIELD, NY -- The Supreme Court of the State of New York in the County of Otsego has denied a motion to renew by the plaintiff in the Middlefield home rule case, in which the town's zoning, banning natural gas drilling, is being challenged by Cooperstown Holstein Corporation. In its first ruling, the court affirmed the right of the town to zone drilling. The denial leaves that finding standing.

The motion to renew is separate from the appeal of the original ruling, and will not affect the progress of the appeal.  Read more

Busy busy busy!

One would think that I’d know better by now. Once Memorial Day hits, and the summer visitors begin their annual migration to the Upper Delaware valley, the always active world of arts and entertainment here in the Catskills amps up big time... and I hit the ground running. This past week, I found myself busily trying to do it all, with limited success. Thankfully, my community support is firmly in place, and a few kind souls assisted me in my efforts to cover the endless array of events spanning two states and four counties, over the river and through the woods.  Read more

All Nighter

Today is still yesterday and tomorrow didn’t happen yet. It’s true. See, I got to work about 24 hours ago. I’ve been up all night, working on a video presentation that my boss is going to give in a few hours.  Read more

Tyner carries on FDR’s legacy

I ask for your support at the primary on Tuesday, June 26. Ours is the only Congressional district in the country that was home to FDR and Eleanor Roosevelt. FDR’s words to us seven decades ago are still on the mark today, and I dedicate my campaign to them:  Read more

Thanks for the info

We all owe Tom Shepstone a debt of gratitude for letting us know about the comprehensive work the Park Foundation is sponsoring on behalf of our river communities to stop the frack invasion. It’s nice to know someone is willing to expend resources to protect our environment against charlatans that care only about how much money they can make, no matter the consequences to their neighbors.

Thank you Tom!

Brian Grady
Narrowsburg, NY