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October 2013

‘Threads’ opens: Six artists, one theme

YOUNGSVILLE, NY — Domesticities will open a new show featuring six artists, including some not before seen in the area. The opening reception is Saturday, October 26 from 4 to 6 p.m. The show will run through Sunday, November 24.

The six artists wind their way through the exploration of texture, light and color with fabric playing an integral part in the process. Fabric kites and wall hangings by Wilfredo Aponte emphasize color and shape.  Read more

A folk legend in the making

BETHEL, NY and HAWLEY, PA — There will be two chances this weekend for area residents to see Connor Garvey, a singer/songwriter whose “rhythmic detail and winsome way with a melody bring to mind the music of Paul Simon in his Rhymin Simon days as well as contemporaries Josh Ritter and Jason Mraz,” (music blog Direct Current). On Friday, October 25, Garvey will appear at the Dancing Cat Saloon on Route 17B in Bethel, NY, starting at 8 p.m.  Read more

‘A Landscape Meditation’

BETHEL, NY — The Stray Cat Gallery’s next show, “A Landscape Meditation,” features the work of two local artists who are expert in capturing the rural beauty and ambiance of their surroundings. There will be an opening reception on Saturday, October 26 from 4 to 7 p.m.  Read more

Birds in the neighborhood

LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — There will be a book signing with John Haas, author of the newly revised “Birding Guide to Sullivan County, NY” (third edition, 2013) on Saturday, October 26 from 1 to 3 p.m. at Morgan Outdoors. There will also be displays and a colorful take-home map about one of the region’s top birding area—the Basha Kill wetland, compliments of the Basha Kill Area Association. You’ll learn about their many free programs and walks throughout the year too.  Read more

Americana and bluegrass at the D&H

CUDDEBACKVILLE, NY — The Neversink Valley Museum presents an evening of Americana and bluegrass music featuring Hudson Valley favorites Anne and Mike Baglione and friends on Saturday, October 26, at 7:30 p.m. at the D&H Canal Visitor’s Center, 58 Hoag Rd. (just off Route 209). Admission costs $7 general admission, $5 for museum members.  Read more

Local artist wins 1st place in New York City

QUEENS, NY — Local artist Stephen P. O’Donnell Sr. was recently presented with his first-place award by SUNY Empire President Merodie Hancock at the annual SUNY Empire State College art competition at the New York LaGuardia Marriot Hotel in New York City. More than 100 international, national and New York State artists competed in the competition.  Read more

Enjoy ‘Tea with Friends’

MONTICELLO, NY — Elizabeth Knight, author of several best-selling books on tea and entertaining, will share her expertise during a tea tasting program at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, October 30 at the Inn at Lake Joseph. The program is sponsored by the Friends of the E.B. Crawford Public Library.  Read more

Nesin Cultural Arts holds recital

MONTICELLO, NY —The Fifth Annual Eugene D. Nesin Memorial Scholarship Recital will take place at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, October 25 in the Eugene D. Nesin Theatre, 22 St. John St. Featured performers will include current and retired Monticello Central School District (MCSD) faculty, Monticello High School alumni and special guest artists and music educators from Sullivan County.  Read more

‘50s-themed dinner and dance in Milford

MILFORD, PA — There will be a ‘50’s Dinner/Dance hosted by St. Joseph’s and St. Patrick’s Knights of Columbus Council #13935, at St. Patrick’s Church Hall on High Street on Saturday, October 26 from 7 to 11 p.m. to benefit the food pantry and other local charities. It will include a full dinner including dessert, coffee and soft drinks (BYOB); music by Rich Wilson; and a 50/50. Tickets cost $25 per person (limited tickets available at the door for $30). Tickets will be sold after all Sunday masses at St.  Read more

Historical Society will bring characters to life at the Old Stone Jail

HONESDALE, PA — Usually people will do anything to stay out of jail, but when the Wayne County Historical Society brings history back to life at the historic Old Stone Jail on Friday and Saturday evenings, October 25 and 26, they’ll be in for a special treat (no tricks). From 6 to 9 p.m. on both evenings visitors will discover at least some of the secrets behind the thick dungeon-like walls of the stoic stone structure.  Read more