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Benefit concert: bluegrass & folk

May 12, 2012

Anne Loeb & Mike Baglione w/ Breakneck Annie perform at D&H Canal Visitors Center, 7:30pm, $5 members NV Area Museum, $7 non-members. 845/754-8870.

Breakfast & flea market

April 22, 2012

All-you-can-eat at D&H Canal Park Visitors' Center, 8am-noon, adults $6.50, members $5, under age 12 $3. Maple syrup demonstration & flea market. 845/754-8870.

Historian lecture

April 11, 2012

Frank Salvati speaks on "The Colonial Life & Legacy of Sir William Johnson" at D&H Canal Park Visitor's Center, 7:30pm, $5 suggested. 845/754-8870.

Fundraising concert

November 18, 2011

Kenny Young & the Eggplants perform at D&H Canal Visitor's Center, 7:30pm, $7, museum members $5. Benefits Neversink Valley Area Museum. neversinkmuseum.org or 845/754-8870.

Railroads in early films

November 2, 2011

Screenings of "The Iron Mule" & "The General" at D&H Canal Park Visitor Center, 7:30pm, $5 suggested. Refreshments. 845/754-8870.

Benefit concert

October 28, 2011

Anne Loeb & Mike Baglione w/ Breakneck Annie band perform bluegrass & folk at D&H Canal Park Visitor's Center, 7:30pm, members $5, non-members $7. 845/754-8870.

Lecture: 'A Deerpark Murder'

October 5, 2011

Norma Schadt & Glen Plotsky discuss the October 1877 murder of William Springsted at D&H Canal Park visitor center, 7:30pm, members free, $5 suggested non-members. 845/754-8870.

Apple pancake & French toast breakfast

October 2, 2011

D&H Canal Park Visitor's Center, 8am-12noon, non-member adults $6.50, member adults $5, under 12 $3. Flea market follows. 845/754-8870.

Walk for shelter animals

September 25, 2011

Refreshments, info booths, demonstrations, live music, vendors & more at D&H Canal Park Visitor Center, 11am, rain or shine. Benefits Humane Society of Port Jervis. pjhumane.org or 845/856-3677.

LEAF: life-changing nature internships

Preparing tomorrow’s environmental leaders is an effort underway today, in a special program with a 17-year history conducted by The Nature Conservancy (TNC). Leaders in Environmental Action for the Future (LEAF) is a long-term initiative to empower future conservation leaders and equip them with the skills and knowledge to address pressing environmental challenges.  Read more

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