Jeffersonville Enhances More of Sullivan (JEMS) eight annual duck race, 1:30pm. Begins at Mill Pond and ends at Schadt Memorial Bridge. 845/482-5354.
JEFFERSONVILLE, NY — WJFF's annual auction, Sat., Aug. 30 at Jeffersonville Firehouse. Preview items—from furniture and antiques to electronics and decorative items—from 11AM-1PM. Live auction bidding opens, 1PM. Bidder registration, free. Call: 845/482-4141.
Sullivan County CROP Hunger Walk in Jeffersonville. Registration begins at 1:30pm with the step-off at 2pm. Join us to help raise funds for local food pantries and global efforts to end hunger.
How can you help? Join a team, form a team or donate at www.cropwalk.org.
JEFFERSONVILLE, NY — Old fashioned BBQ & barn dance, Bridle Hill Farm. Dinner 6-7PM, dancing 7-10PM. Music by Little Sparrow. Fundraiser for Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County. Prepaid registration required by 4:30PM, Tues., Sept. 2. Cost: $30, adults; $15. youth. Email email@example.com or call 845/292-6182.
JEFFERSONVILLE, NY — Bands perform in the Main Street Event Stage, 7-11PM. "Made in Motion" with Johnny Vitulli, Rob Cahill and Noah Barker. "Big Sun," with Noah Barker, fusing pop, electronic and jazz. Plus visual artist Josi Deitchman. Bring a chair.
Monet paint party at The Janice Center, 7pm. They provide everything from the paint to the apron as well as wine and cheese. Cost: $30. 845/482-3324.
Gala Grand Finale / Crossings Remembered – Works That Cross Between Nostalgia, Illusion & Memory, 7pm talk, 8pm concert, reception follows; Adams Barn. Music of Ravel, Ran, Waggoner & Mendelssohn. Admission $30; free for students 18 & under. 845/887-5803.
Free open rehearsal and dialogue at Adams Barn, 7pm. Part of the Weekend of Chamber Music summer festival Crossings. 845/887-5803.
Celebrate National Hot Dog & Ice Cream Month at the Jeffersonville Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library, 5pm. Make fresh ice-cream and then enjoy Chaljeri Meat’s locally farmed all-beef hot dogs.
In an event that has become all too familiar in recent years, heavy rains pounded the region on the afternoon of July 2, causing Panther Rock Creek and Callicoon Creek to jump their banks and flood Jeffersonville and Youngsville. Read more