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Narrowsburg News January 5, 2016

Happy New Year! We did it—managed to make it through another holiday season.

This Christmas, many of you may have been fortunate enough to receive an electronic gift—but you may need assistance in understanding the operation of your new gift. For example: a Fitbit. How do you link it to your computer, smart phone or iPad? What information is available? How do you charge it? Simple questions for some and difficult for others.  Read more

Narrowsburg News December 24

As the year comes to a close, we are thankful for many things, as we continue to live Narrowsburg. At the very least, we should take a moment to thank two individuals who served us well. Norman Meyer leaves his position of town councilman. He has served for four years and addressed the issues with sincerity and often expressed deep passion as he offered his guidance. Thank you, Norm.  Read more

Narrowsburg News December 10

On Saturday evening, December 5, the stars twinkled, the temperature was cool and a crowd of about 200 to 250 people gathered in front of The Union (aka the Narrowsburg School). The Christmas tree out front was all lit up for the arrival of the Santa Express and Santa’s special sled glided into Narrowsburg as planned. The sled arrived with lights ablaze, music playing and holiday favorite characters aloft. The Snow Queen sang to the crowd while Santa, the elves, Olaf and Rudolph circulated and visited the children.  Read more

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There is no denying it; the holidays are here. Decorations have begun to show at our local stores, and the annual Art in Sixes event at DVAA is a great success. There was a record number of artists, over 100, and a record number of their artworks are for sale. This is a great way to purchase a unique gift for the difficult one on your list, or a way to add to your own collection. Or you can just stop by and enjoy the beautiful array of small works of art created by local artists.  Read more

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It just seems so unfair that here we are in the midst of a fabulous fall season with lingering colors on the mountainsides, balmy, almost warm weather, and holiday catalogs are already beginning to make an appearance in our mailboxes. At the same time, TV programing has begun the “Christmas Countdown.” If you are over 50 years of age you are probably saying, “Didn’t we just have Christmas recently?”  Read more

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Ghosts, goblins, princesses and more were seen on Main Street as the children from the Tusten Youth Commission marched in the annual Halloween Parade on Saturday, October 24. The group seemed larger than in previous years and caused all heads to turn in their direction. One couldn’t help but smile at this group of happy children and possibly recall the years of one’s own youth.  Read more

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The weekend the Honey Bee Festival seemed to attract a swarm of people to Narrowsburg for the activities. The festival was just the excuse so many tourists needed to visit, while enjoying the colors Mother Nature provided. Speaking of colors, lots of black-and-yellow striped honey bees of all ages were spotted throughout town.  Read more

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Just when you think “the season” has ended there is still more to do in our town. The Delaware Valley Arts Alliance is in full swing with its Autumn Cultural Series. Next up is the acoustic trio, Ameranouche, Saturday, October 3 at 7:30 p.m. This unique group, a sure crowd pleaser, mixes Flamenco, bebop and jazz swing music. Phone 845/252-7576 for tickets.  Read more

Narrowsburg News

The theme in Narrowsburg these first two weeks of September seemed to be “memory lane.”

The month began with a celebration and reminiscence of the 40 years of publication of The River Reporter and was held at the Narrowsburg Inn.  Read more

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Whether you are still in school, or have been out of school for years, when fall approaches, you can’t help but think of “back to school.” Maybe no classes will be held or tests given, but all students from the classes of 1961 and prior are asked to gather at the Central House, Beach Lake, PA for a reunion on Friday, September 11. A social hour will begin at 3:30 p.m. followed by a buffet dinner at 5:30 p.m. It’s not too late to join your classmates and reconnect with your roots. For information, call Dot McCormack, 845/252-3888, Janet Orr, 570/729-7171 or Beth Peck 845/252-3356.  Read more

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