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Bethel

Concert: The New York Pops

August 28, 2011

CANCELLED DUE TO IMPENDING STORM. "Big Band American Songbook" w/ John Pizzarelli & Jessica Molaskey at Bethel Woods, 8pm, $18.50-$78. 800/745-3000.

Concert: Selena Gomez & The Scene

August 5, 2011

Bethel Woods, 8pm, $19.50-$69.50. 800/745-3000.

Hinchey visits value added farm in Bethel

At a time when dairy farms are closing down at a record pace, Bob Franklin, who owns Pelleh Farm on Happy Avenue in the Town of Bethel, is expanding his dairy operation. He recently installed a small bottling plant and now sells up to 500 gallons of organic, kosher milk every week. He sells to grocery stores in the region, and to the people who stop by the farm to get their supply. He’s aiming to sell about 1,200 bottles per week, and to expand into other products, such as yogurt and cheese.  Read more

Concert: Deep Purple

June 12, 2011

Featuring a concert orchestra & special guest at Bethel Woods, 7:30pm, $20-$89.50. 800/745-3000.

Concert: Sublime w/ Rome & special guest

July 25, 2011

"Unity Tour 2011" at Bethel Woods, 7pm, $30-$85. 800/745-3000.

Concert: 'Lullaby' artist Shawn Mullins

October 22, 2011

Event Gallery performance, 8pm, $35 advance, $40 day of. 800/745-3000.

Motor Speedway opening night

April 30, 2011

Motor Speedway kicks off its 51st anniversary, gates open 3pm, cars on the track 5pm, race 7pm. 845/319-7908.

Motor speedway practice day

April 23, 2011

Motor Speedway kicks off its 51st anniversary, gates open 3pm, cars on the track 5pm. 845/319-7908.

Concert: Neil Sedaka

August 21, 2011

Featuring the NJ Symphony Orchestra at Bethel Woods, 7:30pm, $19-$79.50. 800/745-3000.

Phish fears in the land of peace and love

Many of the business and community leaders are welcoming the coming of Phish. The jam band is scheduled to perform three nights in a row over Memorial Day Weekend beginning on May 27 at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. Hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts and camps in the area are being flooded with reservations, according to Roberta Byron Lockwood, president of the Sullivan County Visitors Association, and the concerts might well get the summer season started with a bang.  Read more

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