Cochecton Preservation Society hosts 10th annual Coffee, Tea and History at Cochecton Train Station, 8537 Rt. 97, 1pm. “Founding Families of Cochecton.” Guest speakers are Alice Scott, Anne Pierce, Debbie Bennedum, Edna Calkin and Ron Nearing. Free admission and refreshments. 845/932-8210 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Cochecton Preservation Society is hosting a Souper Sunday at Cochecton Town Hall, 74 Smales Rd., 11am-2pm. Over a dozen soup choices, with rolls, croutons, crackers, beverages and desserts. $10 adult, $5 kids 5-12, under 5 free. Call 845/932-8104 or email@example.com.
Dinner and dance at Angelina's on the Hill, sponsored by the Cochecton Democratic Club. Doors open 6pm, dinner 7pm, cash bar. Buffet includes sausage and peppers, lemon chicken, rice, baked ziti, meatballs, salad, rolls, soft drinks and dessert. Door prizes, raffle, 50/50. Cost: $25.
9th Annual Coffee, Tea and History at the Cochecton Train Station, 8537 Route 97, 1pm. The topic is Cochecton's First People. Guest speaker is professor Evan Pritchard, a descendant of the Mi’kmaq people, part of the Algonquin Nation. Admission is free with refreshments. Rain or shine.
A free, educational Corn Plot Field Day for farmers will be offered by Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County (CCESC), 11am-2pm. The event site is located near Cochecton Mills on My Place Road. Free, lunch included. Register, 845/292-6180.
ALBANY, NY — The New York State Appellate Court has overturned a Supreme Court order and handed a victory to a group of second homeowners in Lake Huntington, saying that they did have a right to vote in the election in November 2013. Read more
On Saturday May 16, 2015 at about 4:00 PM the Sullivan County Sheriff's Office was called to the scene of a motorcycle accident on State Route 97 near County Route 114 in the Town of Cochecton. Read more
Judge Stephan Schick handed down a split decision in the case of second home voters in the Town of Cochecton who voted in the November election. Read more
When Gary Mass, supervisor of the Town of Cochecton, heard that there were about six residents of a seasonal community who registered to vote in Sullivan County, he said he was not really concerned. But when that number rose to 24, a figure that represents about 5% of the voting population, he decided he should take action. Read more
The Cochecton Preservation Society will hold its annual Coffee, Tea and History event, 2-4pm, free with refreshments. The topic is "Growing up in Schools in Cochecton" from the 30s to 70s. Speakers will be Helene Indelicato, Gary Maas, Bill Grund and Art Hassis. The emcee is Jerry Yavarkovsky. 845/932-8104.