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Liberty

T'ai Chi demonstration

September 20, 2012

Instructor Diosdado Santiago demonstrates sword & hand forms at Town of Liberty Parks & Recreation Dept., 6pm. 845/292-7690.

Youth program: outdoor education

October 1, 2012

Classes relating to nature & the environment at Walnut Park Mountain through 11/5, Mon., 3-4:30pm, Liberty residents $10, non-residents $20. RSVP: 845/292-7690.

Walking program

October 9, 2012

In the halls of the high school through 11/20, Tues. & Thurs., 6-7pm, Liberty residents $10, non-residents $20. RSVP: 845/292-7690.

Pet bird show

October 14, 2012

Catskill Exotic Bird Club holds its annual pet bird show at the firehouse, 10am-5pm, adults $3, under age 12 $1. Owners encouraged to enter birds: $1/bird. Vendors, raffles, bird judging. 845/292-5242.

Biomass fuel symposium

September 21, 2012

Cornell Cooperative Ext., 11am-2pm. Light lunch served. RSVP: 845/807-0578.

High tunnel production for crops training

September 24, 2012

Live webinar presentation at Gerald J. Skoda Ext. Education Center, 9/25, 6:45-9:15pm. RSVP by 9/24: 845/292-6180.

Steak bake

September 29, 2012

Masonic Lodge #521, 3:30-6pm, $10. Take-out avail. 845/866-4000.

Poster festival

September 29, 2012

Main St.: book fair noon-4pm; book signings noon-2pm, performance 2pm. 845/292-2394.

Geocaching walk

September 28, 2012

Outdoor treasure hunting along the Turtle Spring Nature Trail, 5:30pm. RSVP: 845/292-6180.

Nurse’s aide charged with stealing narcotic patches

The Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office has concluded a two-month investigation into the theft of narcotic pain patches from patients at the Sullivan County Adult Care Center in Liberty.

Sheriff’s detectives have arrested 37-year-old Robin Nash of Neversink, a nurse’s aide, and charged her with larceny, criminal possession of a controlled substance and tampering with evidence. Supervisors at the county’s nursing home alerted deputies in late June when they noticed Fentanyl patches missing from several patients.  Read more

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