GRAHAMSVILLE, NY — Operations to halt the turbid flow below New York City’s Cannonsville Dam are proceeding faster than originally envisioned, according to Adam Bosch, director of public affairs at the New York City Department of Environmental Protection (NYCDEP). As of Monday, engineers working on the project believed that it might only take three or four relief wells to halt the turbid flow, instead of the eight originally projected, meaning that stage one of the repair plan could be complete as early as sometime this week. Read more
Old-fashioned fun, old-fashioned prices at Grahamsville Fairgrounds, 10am-5pm. Annual fundraiser for the Time and the Valleys Museum. Miller's chicken BBQ ($11 adults/$7 kids, 2-5pm), pie auction, games of skill and chance for kids and adults, vendors, crafters and more. Visit www.timeandthevalleysmuseum.org.
An opening reception with refreshments for the Studio Monday Art Group at the Daniel Pierce Library, 328 Main Street, 2-4pm. The show and sale will remain on display in the lower level throughout the year. The Studio Monday Art Group meets weekly at the library on Mondays from 9:30am-12:30pm. 845/985-7233.
The Time and the Valleys Museum’s annual fundraising chicken BBQ at the Grahamsville Fairgrounds during the Old Time Fair, 2-5pm. Miller’s chicken, macaroni salad, three bean salad, corn on the cob and dessert. Eat in or take out. Cost: $11 adults, $7 children under 8 years old.
Maple Weekend Tour at the Catskill Mountain Sugar House from 2-3:30pm. The tour will be followed by a short hike or snowshoe, depending on conditions, around the mountaintop farm. Reservations: 845/439-5507 or email email@example.com.
Sullivan County Audubon Society Field Trip for ducks and other waterfowl, led by Ruth McKeon and Valerie Freer. Meet at 9am at the traffic light in Grahamsville (intersection of Routes 55 and 42), and carpool to spot and return about 11am. Free. All ages welcome. 845/434-4629.
The Grahamsville United Methodist Church will host a holiday craft fair and luncheon in their Fellowship Hall, 10am-3pm. Local artists and craftsman will sell their jewelry, watercolors, pottery, handmade soaps and much more. A lunch of soup, sandwiches, and desserts available. 845/985-7427, 845/985-2283.
The 29th annual Giant Pumpkin Party and Children’s Parade will be held at the Fairgrounds, 9am-5pm. Costume parade, pony rides, giant pumpkin growing contest, haunted house, petting zoo, hay maze, book sale, harvest baking contest, food and more. Free. Benefits Daniel Pierce Library. 845/985-7233.
Free admission includes refreshments, tours and discounts in the shop. Learn about Upper Rondout and Neversink Valley History, New York City’s water supply system, farming, museum membership, volunteering and all of the museum’s current projects. 845/985-7700.
The Grahamsville United Methodist Church will host a holiday craft fair and luncheon in its Fellowship Hall, 10am-3pm. Local artists and craftsman will sell their jewelry, watercolors, pottery, handmade soaps and more. A lunch of soup, sandwiches and desserts will be available. 845/985-7427 or 845/985-2283.