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October 2013

Aglow International Liberty Lighthouse meeting

October 12, 2013

Aglow International Liberty Lighthouse invites you to their breakfast meeting at Lighthouse Ministries, 5 Triangle Rd., 9am. Breakfast cost: $4. The speaker will be Marnita Johnson of Binghamton, NY. 845/798-8129 or email barbarazayas@yahoo.com.

For More Information: 
Barbara
Contact Phone #: 
845/798-8129

Roast pork dinner

October 24, 2013

Roast pork dinner at the Presbyterian Church, 568 Old Route 17, 4:30-7pm. Adults & take outs $10, under 12 $5. 845/439-4458.

For More Information: 
845-439-4458
Contact Phone #: 
845/439-5133

Roast pork dinner

October 19, 2013

Claryville Reformed Church roast pork dinner with all the trimmings, including homemade desserts, 946 Claryville Rd., 4-7pm. Adults $12, kids 5 to 10 years $5, under 5 free.

For More Information: 
David

Godspell

October 24, 2013
October 25, 2013
October 26, 2013

The renowned musical "Godspell" at the Milford Theatre, 113 E. Catherine St., 7:30pm. Tickets: $20, available online at www.MilfordTheatre.com; at Phoenix East, 322 Broad St., Milford; or at the door. Fauchere Hotel offers pre-show dinner/ticket combo: call 570/409-1212 for dinner reservations.

For More Information: 
try-citystage@hotmail.com
Contact Phone #: 
845/858-7925

Upper Delaware Council sets shutdown date

Following a brief executive session at their Thursday evening meeting, members of the Upper Delaware Council (UDC) set an October 25 date to shutdown the panel.  Read more

The biker’s way; Motorcycling is a frame of mind

To readers of a certain generation—we who were born under the Truman or Eisenhower administrations—mere utterance of the word motorcycle could invoke no other image but that of a young Marlon Brando: shades, comb, black leather jacket (“The Wild One,” 1953). Teen boys gazed admiringly. Young girls giggled nervously. Shopkeepers cringed and police officers scowled whenever a biker rolled into town…  Read more

Preserving and reinventing tradition

Long considered the birthplace of fly fishing in America, the Catskills offer dynamic opportunities to discover, rediscover and renew one’s interest in the sport. A unique combination of natural resources, proximity to urban areas and history leads to a bounty of hidden treasures, often in plain sight.  Read more

View from the Top

On a perfect clear day in the very beginning of fall (the trees teasing with hints of reds, yellows and oranges), I gathered a group of friends to do something that we locals have probably done once before, if not multiple times—hike Jensen’s Ledges.  Read more

Hidden treasures in the mountains

Say the words “The Poconos” or “The Catskills” and your listeners will probably conjure up wonderful images of lush forests, sparkling lakes, exhilarating speedboat rides, fly fishing in mountain streams, challenging golf games or tubing and kayaking on the Delaware. Shopping would probably not be top on the list—but really, there is a certain kind of shopping, a treasure hunt of sorts, that can be one of the top things to do here. Hidden on the main streets in our towns are wonderful antique shops that will challenge anyone’s desire to find a special unique piece to bring home from their vacation.  Read more

Fall fun down on the farm; Lost in a corn maze

As the cooler temperatures start to hit and the leaves start to change, we all know that fall is in the air. For some of us, this time of year may signify hay rides, pumpkins and hot apple cider. For some, it may mean it is time to find the closest corn maze for an annual corn maze adventure. If there is one certain way to adventure this fall, the corn maze would be it.  Read more