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Callicoon

Unearthed: oral history project

September 27, 2011
October 25, 2011

Introductory courses in oral history to help volunteers collect oral histories from older members of the community at the library, 11am-1pm, free. 845/887-4040.

Grand opening: Girl Scout Gold Award Nature Trail & Exercise Circuit

August 27, 2011

Come see the Sullivan Renaissance award-winning trail at Delaware Youth Center, 11am.

Illegal fishponds to be closed; no permits sought before construction

A blue heron was trapped in monofilament line that had been strung across the pond to prevent it and other birds from eating the teaming tilapia fish in the water below. Exhausted, the big bird struggled to lift its head out of the water to take a breath then let its head drop back below the surface.  Read more

Preserving food demonstration

August 28, 2011

Maia Grimaldi demonstrates lacto-fermentation at farmers' market, 11am-2pm, free.

Opening reception: Ramon Siopongo

August 13, 2011

Café Devine, 4-6pm.

What the heck is NaNoWriMo?

October 25, 2011

How many novels can Sullivan County/NEPA produce in a month? Find out at the library, 5:30-7pm. NaNoWriMo.org.

Tricky tray

August 20, 2011

St. Joseph's Hall, Holy Cross Church, doors open 6pm, calling 7pm, $5 admission. Refreshments, 50/50, raffle.

Street fair

July 30, 2011

Merchandise, art, antiques, crafts, food & live music, 10am-4pm. 845/887-3016.

Haystock walks the talk

“Sustainability, a love for the land and for each other—that’s what Farmhearts is about,” said Michael Lang at Haystock, a fundraising event held as a benefit for Farmhearts in Callicoon on July 2.  Read more

5K river race

July 24, 2011

Delaware Youth Center benefit, registration 7am at Bank of America parking lot, $22. Walkers 8:20am, runners 8:40am. Trophies. 845/887-5155.

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