HURLEYVILLE, NY — The Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop will hold open auditions on Saturday, January 11, 2014, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for an original dramatic play by Michael Corriere. “For England, For Love” will be presented May 16, 17 and 18, 2014, at the Rivoli Theatre. Read more
My interest in birds was casual when I was younger, but got a boost in the late ‘70s when I returned to the U.S. from military service and started flying small aircraft over our region's scenic Upper Delaware River Region as a way to unwind. Read more
At first glance, the winter landscape can appear to be devoid of life. But for the observant person, nothing is farther from the truth. All around us are clues to the existence of animals, and the stripped-down landscapes of winter provide opportunities to learn more about the activities of wildlife in the Upper Delaware region. Read more
NARROWSBURG — Upper Delaware Council (UDC) annual meeting, including election of officers, 211 Bridge St., 7pm. Open to the public. Call 845/252-3022 or visit www.upperdelawarecouncil.org.
BEACH LAKE, PA — Upper Delaware Unitarian Universalist Sunday service about personal renewal as a spiritual experience and how it relates to making New Year’s resolutions, at Berlin Township Community Center, 10:15 a.m. Refreshments and a social time follow.
The organizational meeting of the Narrowsburg Fire District Board of Fire Commissioners will be held at the Narrowsburg Firehouse, 203 Bridge St. Narrowsburg, NY at 7pm. The meeting is open to the public.
On the rare occasion when you have leftover champagne, there are an amazing number of ways to use this special wine, and not only for cocktails, mimosas, or champagne punch.
Over the years, I have seen recipes for:
Champagne cake (and cupcakes), where the bubbly is one of the liquid ingredients in the batter and is also stirred into the icing. (BTW: You can find this and all of the recipes that follow on the Internet. Just Google the word “recipe” along with the key word and the word “champagne.” Read more
Port Jervis Free Library hosts readings by two local authors: Joe DeMono from his book "Ciro" and Sheldon Scriggs from "Tyler, the Strongest Boy on the Block". Both books touch on the topic of bullying. The first is loosely biographical.The second is fiction and contains graphic language; it is for readers over 12.