Takeout chicken BBQ at the Hortonville Firehouse, 1-3pm. Benefits Hortonville Presbyterian Church. Tickets pre-sold $10. 845/887-4214.
Hortonville Volunteer Fire Company 82nd annual Fireman's Parade and Field Day. Noon street parade, 3pm chicken BBQ, games, food and drinks. Live music by 110 Whitehall St. Music by DJ Rockin' Rebel Ron.
Free tai chi demo and class at the Hortonville Fire Hall, 100 Main St. from 5:30-6:30pm (enter on N. Horton Ave.). New beginners class will meet each Monday thereafter. Join anytime up through May 25. Learn more at www.longrivertaichi.com. Email Lenny@LongRiverTaiChi.com or 845/887-3056.
The 29th Annual Hortonville Talent Show at the Hortonville Presbyterian Church, 7pm. Anyone interested in performing contact Jane at 845/887-4346. Come display your talents: singers, comedians and performers of all kinds. Come enjoy the fun filled night with local talent.
Palm Sunday Unity Service at the Hortonville Presbyterian Church, 10:30am. Food and Fellowship to follow.
The For Faith Parish and the Transformation Choir invite everyone to a covered dish supper and to stay for the sing along afterwards. March 14th and 28th supper and sing at Livingston Manor Presbyterian Church, 6pm. March 21st supper and sing at Hortonville Presbyterian Church, 6pm.
Recent storms and flooding dominated the Town of Delaware August 13 meeting. The town board authorized an emergency stream restoration and flood mitigation program and also a relief program for households that need help with replacing items damaged in the storms.
The council passed two resolutions to authorize the programs. Read more
Family talent show featuring local acts at the Hortonville Presbyterian Church, 7pm. Richard Ross is the MC. $5 a person/$10 family donation, to benefit the Callicoon Main Street Thrift Shop. Judges award certificates for each act. Drawings for prizes, refreshments. 845/887-4346.
At the Town of Delaware meeting on December 11, Tom Kappner, who’s worked on United Nations Development Program and is a town resident, presented his update on the Sullivan County Economic Plan. He was invited to be a member of the Economic Development Steering Committee by the county legislature, and is working with one of its groups, the Agricultural Development Group. Read more
Town of Delaware’s September 11 meeting had two hopeful messages about help available to both businesses and individual property owners. Sullivan County Industrial Development Agency (IDA) CEO Allan Scott said, “I want to remind everybody that there are various loans available through the IDA, and we have a fair amount of funds available to put down into the system. These revolving-loan funds are low interest. We encourage you to let your people know about this. They are to encourage contribution to our economy and to detain or to create new ones.” Read more