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December 2012

New Year’s Eve dinner at Gerard’s

NARROWSBURG, NY — There will be a New Year’s Eve dinner on December 31 at Gerard’s River Grill. The early seating is at 6 p.m. and includes a four-course pris fixe chef’s tasting menu with live jazz by Bob Keller and Kevin Vertrees. The late seating is at 8:30 p.m. and includes a five-course pris fixe chef’s tasting menu with live music by the RKQ Jazz Quintet. Hats, noisemakers and a glass of champagne are included.

Reserve seats early. Call 845/252-6562.

‘Friday Night Goulash’

HAWLEY, PA — An evening of monologue, theatre and music capped off by an exciting giveaway at Harmony Presents at the Hawley Silk Mill on December 14 at 7:30 p.m. This show features Neil Genzlinger, television critic for The New York Times and occasional monologist, award-winning actor and writer Chris Harcum, and Joanna Parson, a stage, film and television actress and singer.

Celebrate a global ‘ReBirth’

CALLICOON, NY — A “Global Birth Day Party” will be held on Saturday, December 22 at the Callicoon Youth Center from 1 to 6 p.m. Organizers of the day Brenda Seldin, Hana Marritz, Kazzrie Jaxen and Pat Carullo, explain their aspirations for this “Celebration of Quantum Awakening”—to co-create community for a life of harmony and happiness, to cultivate gratitude and forgiveness, to acknowledge planet earth as a living body, to shift our awareness from unconscious to conscious and to build a field of resonance, love and synchronicity.  Read more

Leslie Rutkin signs copies of her book at Signature Gifts

NARROWSBURG, NY — Leslie Rutkin will sign copies of her book “Counting the Days: 366 Days in Prison” at Signature Gifts at the Delaware Arts Center on Sunday, December 16 from 1 to 3 p.m.

The book is about Rutkin’s husband, a police officer, who was indicted on charges of grand larceny on the fourth day of their honeymoon and went to prison for 366 days. Based on over 650 letters, notes and cards sent between the couple, the book is the true story of their journey to stay together through seemingly impossible circumstances.

Rutkin is a part time resident of Barryville, NY.  Read more

On the Road to Milford: History, elegance and charm

Milford, PA is a magical place. Sitting on a ridge above the banks of the Delaware River, very near a spot where New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey intersect, it is blessed with scenery, history, tasteful shopping and dining. It is the perfect place to explore on a crisp fall day.

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Sullivan County Community Chorus holiday concert

WOODBOURNE, NY — The Sullivan County Community Chorus will present its 36th annual winter concert on Sunday, December 16 at 2 p.m. at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. The chorus, under the direction of Kevin Giroux with accompanist Keira Weyant and a chamber ensemble, will present Mozart masterworks and holiday selections.  Read more

Holiday performance at Milford Theatre to benefit local food pantries

MILFORD, PA — City Stage will present “Happy Holidays: A Spectacular Musical Revue” at the Milford Theatre at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, December 21 and 22.

City Stage is partnering with local food pantries and asks audience members to bring an unexpired, non-perishable food item to the performance.  Read more

Highland Farm: The Next Generation and Calkins Creamery artisan cheeses

According to author Jonathan Swift, the fare of a bachelor is “bread, cheese and kisses.” But the sound of that is delicious to just about everyone, and not in small quantities. The proof? In 2011, the average American consumed 30 pounds of cheese, an amount that has been steadily increasing since the 1990s. Our affection for artisan cheese, made in small batches from local sources, is growing at a pace that exceeds even the growth rate of general cheese consumption.  Read more

Celebrate the holidays with Safe Haven

MILFORD, PA —Safe Haven of Pike County, Inc. will hold a holiday open house on Wednesday, December 19, from 2 to 6 p.m. There will be light refreshments and holiday music.  Read more