There are a couple of large hurdles with the wind projects that are proposed for the Town of Liberty. For one of the projects the estimated cost is $5.3 million, which is a figure that will surely put up an immediate red flag, as county legislators struggle with a double-digit tax increase for 2012.
But at a presentation of the projects at the Liberty Senior Center on December 14, members of the company Sustainable Energy Developments (SED) explained how the projects could be structured in such a way as to benefit the county. Read more
The Town of Liberty Parks and Recreation one week dance class for children in grades K-3 from 3-5pm, and grades 4-6 from 5:30-7:30pm in the Senior Center. Includes a snack, warm up, instruction, review and games. A small performance will be held at the end of the last day of class. $25 residents, $35 non residents. Pre-registration is required. 845/292-7690.
Stories, songs, crafts and snowman building at the Liberty Public Library, 1pm. For grades pre-K to 2. RSVP: 845/292-6070
The Master Gardener Program is sponsoring a “Suminagashi” workshop at Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County, 5:30-8:30pm.
Rubin Pollock Center Career & Tech Dining Room, 8-9am. 845/807-0385.
Pork schnitzel dinner with all the fixings, dessert & beverage at Liberty Elks Lodge #1545, 5-7pm. $10 for adults or take-outs, $5 for children ages 5-11, under 5 free. 845/292-3434.
Local author Helena Clare Pittman will read and sign her new novel "Ruthie Pincus of Brooklyn," Liberty Public Library, 6-7:30pm.
The monthly meeting of the Sullivan County Tea Party Patriots will be held at 240 Chestnut St., 7pm. Open discussion: the future of the tea party. All are welcome. email@example.com or 845/439-5401.
Middle School Ensembles will perform, High School Auditorium, 1pm. 845/292-5400 x5117.
Annual Middle School Winter Concert, MS Woodwind Ensemble, 5/6 Orchestra, 5/6 Chorus 5/6 Band, 7pm, HS Auditorium. 845/292-5400 x5117.